CHACUN SA VIE ET SON INTIME CONVICTION21 june 2016 © Alain GRASSET for Le PARISIEN
Jean Dujardin and Johnny Hallyday will star in the forthcoming Lelouch feature film
The film will feature Jean Dujardin, Elsa Zylberstein and Christopher Lambert as well as Johnny Hallyday, Thomas Dutronc, Mathilde Seigner, Antoine Duléry, Vincent Perez, Julie Ferrier, Gérard Darmon, Audrey Dana, Déborah François, Béatrice Dalle, Francis Huster, Philippe Lellouche, Vanessa Demouy, Michel Leeb, Jean-Marie Bigard, Rufus, Nadia Farès, Zinedine Soualem, Marianne Denicourt and Liane Foly.
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FRANCIS LAI, ANTHOLOGYApril 8th 2016, an exceptional release - 7CD boxed set, complete original soundtracks
Spring 2016 is the 50th anniversary of the music for A Man and a Woman, Francis Lai’s birth-certificate as a film-music composer. To commemorate the event, Play-Time is proud to present this 7CD boxed set entitled Francis Lai Anthology, a collection whose simple aim is to present the (very) original soundtracks composed by the great Lai, now carefully restored for the occasion.
Each album in the set has its own concept: Lelouch-Belmondo for example, with the music from Itinerary of a Spoiled Child and Love is a Funny Thing, or Lelouch-Hallyday, notably for the electrifying score from L'Aventure, c'est l'aventure (Money Money Money), a pop tsunami that was never published after the film’s release… until now. The set also includes the CD Double polars (from the films Body of my Enemy and The Crook), the iconic original score of Bilitis, here for the first time in its splendid unabbreviated version, and also a CD devoted to the productive association between Francis Lai and René Clément (with the music from their films And Hope to Die and The Baby sitter). Along the way, the contents reveal previously unreleased music and other rarities: the complete signature-tunes that Lai composed for FR3 Television; pieces written for short films (notably works directed by Claude Pinoteau); and an iconoclastic reading of Les Etoiles du Cinéma, specially recorded by the brilliant pianist and composer Jean-Michel Bernard in tribute to his master. Francis Lai Anthology extends an invitation: to join a voyage through scores — both classics and some lesser-known pieces — that carry the signature of a melodic genius who has accomplished more than a career: a destiny.
7 CDs / 8 hours of music / 24-page booklet
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