Pianist, composer, arranger and musical director for the likes of Phoenix and Sebastien Tellier, the charismatic and talented Christophe Chassol gave birth to an unclassifiable artistic piece. Ludi is a musical movie written and composed by Christophe Chassol, inspired by Hermann Hesse’s novel The Glass Bead Game, also published as Magister Ludi. The film presents several gaming situations put into music with the Ultrascore method, Chassol’s “signature”. Through Ludi, Chassol brings us from a school playground to Japan’s arcade games, from a basketball game to a rollercoaster, at the meeting of endearing characters, fun and surprising. Mixing once again documentary footage and musical composition, Chassol adds in Ludi some staging by including musicians and singers on screen to support the melodies, revealed by the documentary filming process. It gives birth to unclassifiable tracks, with jazz-pop sounds, definitively virtuoso.