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Déjà Vu Laser Disc

This is not a typical Scenic Footage Video, it is more like a mute film with a love story and music played by Paul Mauriat and his Orchestra. Of course there are landscapes from beaches, streets, and other places but there is (mostly) one of this two lovers in the picture. Laser Disc edition, although unofficial DVD transfers are also available.


~ Thanks to the help of my friend Julio Portella  for supplying the information.

Labyrinth Deja Vu

Release Information:
Made by VideoArts of Japan, VAL-3804, Cinemage, 1984
LaserVision, CX, Digital Sound, NTSC, CLV, Stereo/Color
Running Time: 44 min

Deja VuTrack Listing:

  1. Baroque Cantabile (Paul Mauriat)
  2. The Seven Seas (Paul Mauriat)
  3. Le Piano Sur La Vague (Paul Mauriat)
  4. Love is Blue (Andre Popp / P. Cour)
  5. Last Summer Day (Paul Mauriat / M. Ressi)
  6. Sunset Opening (Paul Mauriat)
  7. Desert de Neige (Paul Mauriat)
  8. Romantic Laser (Paul Mauriat)
  9. Staccato (Paul Mauriat)
  10. Piano Star (Paul Mauriat)
  11. Nocturne (Paul Mauriat)
  12. Domino (L. Ferrari)

The music starts after 1:30 minutes of the beginning of the film. This is a story of a summer love, encounters and Deja Vú. The most idyllic scenes are on Love is Blue, but soon it is over. The film finishes with Nocturne. Domino are closing credits with a pantomime doing his routine in a street.


Deja Vu- Female: Karen Lynn Dahl
- Male: Laurent Hennequin
- Pantomime: Titus Kohler
- Accordionist: Pierot La Rose
- Chauffeur: Pierre Dourdin
Other Credits:
- Directed by: Kazufumi Ooki
- Director of Photography: Masanobu Seibe
- Music: Paul Mauriat
Recording Director:
- Assistant Director: Mototsugu Kawai
- Assistant Cameraman: Taku MUrakami
- Stylist: Miyuki Tashiro
- Deja VuAssistant Stylist: Mayumi Sudo
- Makeup Artist: Sylvie Lonchamp
- Casting: Chika Mogi
- Sound Effect: Takahijo Kanamaru
- Editor: Naoyasu Miura
- Coordinator: Jean Albert Lievre / Yoshio Kobayashi (GIPO)
- Fashion Adviser: Katsumi Fujino / Mariko Takeuchi
- Costume: Jhane Barnes / Crizma É Tellus Chaussures de Luxe
- Special Thanks to Valentin Coupeau
- Executive Producer: Hisao Ebine