A Song of Love
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"A Song of Love" is French writer Jean Genet's only film, which he directed in 1950. Because of its explicit homosexual content, the 26-minute movie was long banned and even disowned by Genet later in his life.
- also known as Un chant d'amour, Um Cântico de Amor, Ena erotiko asma, Canção de Amor, Ein Liebeslied, Piesn milosci
- country: France
- producer: Nikos Papatakis
- production design by Maurice Colasson
- written by Jean Genet
- cinematography by Jacques Natteau
- edited by Jean Genet
- music by Gavin Bryars, Patrick Nunn, Simon Fisher Turner
- genres: Fantasy, Romance Film
- subjects: Masturbation, Homosexuality, Prison
- released in (40 years ago)
"A song of love" is a book by Barbara Cartland.
"A Song of Love" is a composition.
- music by Torrie Zito
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Encyclopedia of Classic Rock (2017)
by David Luhrssen, Michael Larson
included the fiery rock songs “Cinnamon Girl” and “Down by the River,” the former a love song and the latter a song of love ending in murder. Although “Down by the River ” ...
A Dictionary of Hymnology (1892)
Setting Forth the Origin and History of Christian Hymns of All Ages and Nations by John Julian
A Song of love , 50.
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Quotes about A Song of Love
You are the heart
of my song
every joyful note
a song of love
for you alone
in my veins
the heart of my song (Rita Umali)
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