Juliette Gréco

Juliette Greco, Room 42

After the second World War, Juliette Gréco discovered the intellectual and artistic thrill that was the Left Bank and rapidly became the muse of Saint-Germain-des-Près. She was part of the existentialist poetry and philosophy movement which listened to jazz in the area's cellars. She sang songs written by Boris Vian and Jean-Paul Sartre, and fell in love with Miles Davis. In the 60s she had the iconic lead role in a French television series called "Belphégor". This elegant woman, dressed in black, still sings the words of contemporary poets.

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