As his fingers fly over the guitar frets at breakneck speed, Stephane Wrembel hardly glances down. He makes it look easy, but achieving that brilliant Django Reinhardt sound is anything but. It's no wonder that in 2011, when director Woody Allen needed the perfect music to capture the zeitgeist of the early-20th century in his film "Midnight in Paris," Wrembel got the call. Born in Paris, Wrembel began studying classical piano at the age of four. He picked up the guitar at 16 to learn his favorite Pink Floyd tunes, but once he discovered Reinhardt, he found his true calling.