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Daft Punk Inspired Film to Play at Sundance

Eden, a new “largely autobiographical” Daft Punk film about the rise of the French electronic music scene in the 1990s, written by DJ Sven Love, co-founder of the duo Cheers. Along with scenes of the house parties and underground clubs that helped establish an entire sub-culture, the film features portrayals of several real-life DJs, most prominently Daft Punk’s own Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter will premiere this week at Sundance Film Festival. The film, written by DJ Sven Love, follows the lives of several rising French DJ’s in the 90’s.
With Eden screenings this week, producers have released the trailer.

Watch below.

The real Daft Punk members even signed off on the film and allowed the use of three of their songs in the soundtrack, “without their consent, the project could not succeed,” Love told

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