Little Fugitive

A film concert by Pierre Fablet

Widely regarded as one of the most influential and enjoyable films of the American independant cinéma, Little Fugitive is an utterly charming fable that poetically captures the joys and wonders of childhood.
When a seven-year-old boy (Richie Andrusco) is tricked into believing he killed his older brother, he gathers his meager possessions and flees to New York’s nether wonderland : Coney Island. Upon and beneath the crowded boardwalk, Joey expériences a day and night filled with adventures and mysteries, resulting in a film that is refreshingly spontaneous and thoroughly delightful.
During this movie, the French guitarist and composer Pierre Fablet plays on solo acoustic guitar on a 1933 National Style O. A wonderful musical project, sensitive, blues inspired using a bottleneck and fingerpicks paying homages to the likes of Tampa Red, Bikka White, Son House or John Fahey.
A film by Morris Engel, Ruth Orkin et Ray Ashley (USA - 1953 - 1h20)
Pierre Fablet > acoustic guitar National Style O 1933, tampura, harmonica.

Ciné-concert Le Petit Fugitif par Pierre Fablet (extrait 2)

Ciné-concert Le Petit Fugitif par Pierre Fablet (extrait 4)