Jacques Muyal devoted his entire life to one all-consuming passion: jazz. Throughout his entire existence, he promoted restlessly the music and the artists. Still, one musician would mark his life more than others: Dizzy Gillespie. Legendary trumpet player that used to perform with Charlie Parker, one of the founding fathers of bebop, would become his life-long friend. The film explores the rich and rewarding relationship the two men enjoyed while keeping the flame of jazz alive.

Jacques Matthey’s warm-hearted film fills a gap in modern jazz history and shines a light on the pioneering Jacques Muyal, a Swiss engineer who is now rightly considered as one of the most influential jazz messengers the world has ever known. Indeed: the beat goes on.

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