As the title indicates, the film revisits the 1970’s, the Disco years, the Dance Clubs, the parties, the Jet set.  It’s a must for Disco fans!

The sound design is realistic; it was inspired by films from the same period. Music is one of the main attractions; it plays in the surround in the clubs, which clashes with the sobriety of the general treatment.

The film was shot almost exclusively around Montreal. We used several original recordings from the 70’s, among them, traffic, pedestrians, crowds, sirens, bus and old telephones. The use of vintage sounds brings originality to the soundtrack. The 1971 Jaguar was found on Sounddogs.com, a valuable resource in case of emergency!

Original Teaser:

Official Trailer with film release

Credits:

Country: Canada
Production Company: Caramel Films
Year: 2011
Director: Daniel Roby
Producer: André Rouleau
Music: Jean Robitaille
Supervising Sound editor: Martin Pinsonnault
Sound designer: Martin Pinsonnault
Sound effects editor: Antoine Morin
Production sound mixer: N.A.
Dialog editor: Carole Gagnon
Foley artist: Simon Meilleur
Assistant Foley artist: Maxime Potvin
Foley recordist: Jo Caron
Adr Supervisor: Mireille Morin
Re-recording mixer: Stéphane Bergeron
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