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Showcasing his versatile talents, Pourquoi Tu Pleures? ("Why Are You Crying?") is French singer/songwriter Benjamin Biolay's official soundtrack to the Katia Lewkowicz comedy of the same name in which he stars as a groom battling commitment issues days before he is due to get married. Produced in conjunction with pianist Marc Chouarain, it includes the lead single "Pas la Forme," and duets with two of the film's stars, Sarah Adler (mistress Lea) on "L'Homme de Ma Vie", and Emmanuelle Devos (sister Cecile) on the title track. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Born: 20 January 1973 in Villefranche-sur-Saône, France

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Often compared to the legendary Serge Gainsbourg, singer/songwriter/arranger Benjamin Biolay is less apt to call on some lovely like Brigitte Bardot or Françoise Hardy to sing his songs when he can do it just as well himself -- although Gainsbourg did often duet with his protégées, most notably Jane Birkin on the scandalous international hit "Je T'aime...Moi Non Plus." Not that the handsome, honey-voiced Biolay hasn't worked with a few female vocalists on occasion, like, for instance, his younger...
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