The plot of the 1996 film, Nénette et Boni, from French screenwriter and director Claire Denis, involves the rather downhearted premise of a 14-year-old girl who is in serious need of an attitude adjustment; she's also pregnant and runs away from her boarding school only to end up at the door of her preoccupied brother, who is fixated on the. baker's seductive wife. It was a perfect marriage. Of course, the soundtrack is not exactly a normal Tindersticks album; in some senses it is a radical departure. The obvious difference is that the album mostly lacks the bizarrely beautiful Leonard Cohen-on-valium croon of Stuart Staples (present only on the gorgeous "Petites Gouttes d'Eau"), and so some of their usual somber romanticism is inevitably lost.
Nénette et Boni is the name of Tindersticks' soundtrack album to the 1996 Claire Denis film Nénette et Boni. All of the tracks are instrumentals, with the exception of "Petites Gouttes d'Eau", which is a retitled version of "Tiny Tears", from the band's second album. La passerelle" – 4:17. Nénette est là" – 1:32. Petites chiennes" – 1:59. Petites gouttes d’eau" - 5:25.
Music from Claire Denis' film "Nénette Et Boni". Nénette Et Boni (2xCDr, Promo).
1996 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. The First Tindersticks Album. Music for Claire Denis' High Life. 2019 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Jazz Only Jazz: Erotic Jazz Moments 2. Various artists.
It is a pastiche of mostly older songs, rearranged and rehashed into a mostly instrumental film music format.
Tindersticks (1995 album). 1995 studio album by Tindersticks. Trouble Every Day. Claire Denis Film Scores 1996–2009.
Nénette et Boni - (English: Nenette and Boni) is a 1996 feature film directed by Claire Denis, written by Denis in collaboration with Jean Pol Fargeau. The soundtrack to the film is by the English band Tindersticks.
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Teenage siblings Nenette and Boni were raised apart as a result of their parents' divorce. Their mother, who doted on her son Boni, has died. Either way, Nenette et Boni is a nice coming of age drama about growing up and changing as a person. It's innocent how the only character in the movie who isn't 'horny' is the pet rabbit. Everyone else is always on the look out for love, one way or another.