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Nico, is a biographical film based on pop singer Nico directed by Susanna Nicchiarelli. A co-production between Italy and Belgium, it was shot in English language.
The movie was a collaboration between the director and main actress Trine Dyrholm ; they co-created the character. Dyrholm stated: "We created this version of Nico together".
They worked into a music studio before shooting. She also interviewed Nico's son, Ari. He read the first draft and later the final script.
The film was shot in the square format instead of rectangular format. Nicchiarelli explained: "One of the main choices was the atmosphere of the second half of the s which is very interesting; it has the decadence and the quality of the VHS.
They worked on the quality of the VHS and tried to reproduce that, that kind of feeling. Domenico Karina Fernandez Laura Calvin Demba Alex Francesco Colella Francesco Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Marianna Cappi Journalist Leonardo Cesari French journalist Sebastian Dimulescu Kid Ari John Dobrynine Daniels Dylan Donnel German kid Freddy Drabble Edit Storyline The last year of singer Nico's life, as she tours and grapples with addiction and personal demons.
Taglines: The last year's of an inspiration of punk. Edit Did You Know? Trivia John Waters named this among his top ten favorite films of Quotes Christa Päffgen a.
Richard : Yes. I wasn't happy when I was beautiful. Was this review helpful to you? Though she neither looks like nor sounds exactly like Nico , she nails her sad and dreamy core.
Finding the right approach for the vocals proved tricky. Somehow Dyrholm found a sweet spot between accuracy and invention — as well as between sincerity and irony.
She told a story in her songs. I viewed her songs as monologues to capture the emotional state of the character. Her state often reflected a hard past.
The movie opens with a scene of a young Nico watching her city, Berlin, burn at the end of the second world war. Immediately following her musical work with the Velvet Underground, Nico began work as a solo artist, performing regularly at The Dom in New York City.
At these shows, she was accompanied by a revolving cast of guitarists, including members of the Velvet Underground, Tim Hardin , Tim Buckley , Ramblin' Jack Elliott and Jackson Browne.
For her debut album, 's Chelsea Girl , she recorded songs by Bob Dylan , Tim Hardin , and Jackson Browne , among others.
Velvet Underground members Lou Reed , John Cale and Sterling Morrison contributed to the album, with Nico, Reed and Cale co-writing one song, "It Was a Pleasure Then.
Nico had little say in its production, and was disappointed with the result; she said in "I still cannot listen to it, because everything I wanted for that record, they took it away.
I asked for drums, they said no. I asked for more guitars, they said no. And I asked for simplicity, and they covered it in flutes! They added strings, and— I didn't like them, but I could live with them.
But the flute! The first time I heard the album, I cried and it was all because of the flute. For The Marble Index , released in , Nico wrote the lyrics and music.
Nico's harmonium anchored the accompaniment, while John Cale added an array of folk and classical instruments, and arranged the album.
The harmonium became her signature instrument for the rest of her career. The album has a classical-cum-European folk sound.
The album also marked a radical change in Nico's appearance and image. She once again dyed her hair, this time from blonde to red, and began dressing mostly in black, a look that would be considered a visual prototype for the gothic rock scene that would emerge in subsequent years.
A promotional film for the song "Evening of Light" was filmed by Francois de Menil. This video featured the now red-haired Nico and Iggy Pop of The Stooges.
Returning to live performance in the early s, Nico accompanying herself on harmonium gave concerts in Amsterdam as well as London , where she and John Cale opened for Pink Floyd.
Nico released two more solo albums in the s, Desertshore and The End She wrote the music, sang, and played the harmonium.
Cale produced and played most of the other instruments on both albums. The End She appeared at the Rainbow Theatre , in London, with Cale, Eno, and Kevin Ayers.
The album June 1, was the result of this concert. Nico performed a version of the Doors' "The End", which was the catalyst for The End Between and , Nico made about seven films with French director Philippe Garrel.
She met Garrel in and contributed the song "The Falconer" to his film Le Lit de la Vierge. Soon after, she was living with Garrel and became a central figure in his cinematic and personal circles.
Nico also supplied the music for this film and collaborated closely with the director. His film J'entends Plus la Guitare is dedicated to Nico.
On 13 December , Nico opened for Tangerine Dream 's infamous concert at Reims Cathedral in Reims , France.
The promoter had so greatly oversold tickets for the show that members of the audience couldn't move or reach the outside, eventually resulting in some fans urinating inside the cathedral.
Around this time, Nico became involved with Berliner musician Lutz Ulbrich, guitarist for Ash Ra Tempel. Ulbrich would accompany Nico on guitar at many of her subsequent concerts through the rest of the decade.
Also in this time period, Nico let her hair return to its natural brown color but continued wearing mostly black. This would be her public image from then on.
Nico and Island Records allegedly had many disputes during this time, and in the label dropped her from their roster.
In September , Nico performed at the Canet Roc '78 festival in Catalonia. She read excerpts from " Ulalume " by Edgar Allan Poe.
She said that she was deeply moved by the music, so she couldn't help but make a contribution.
During the same year, Nico briefly toured as supporting act for Siouxsie and the Banshees , one of many post-punk bands who namechecked her.
In Paris, Patti Smith bought a new harmonium for Nico after her original was stolen. Nico returned to New York in where her comeback concert at CBGB accompanied by John Cale and Lutz Ulbrich was reviewed positively in The New York Times.
She began playing regularly at the Squat Theatre and other venues with Jim Tisdall accompanying her on harp and Gittler guitar. They played together on a sold-out tour of twelve cities in the East and Midwest.
At some shows, she was accompanied on guitar by Cheetah Chrome the Dead Boys. In France, Nico was introduced to photographer Antoine Giacomoni. Giacomoni's photos of Nico would be used for her next album, and would eventually be featured in a book Nico: Photographies , Horizon Illimite, Paris, Through Antoine Giacomoni, she met Corsican bassist Philippe Quilichini.