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Alex Beaupain

Known for his smart wordplay and wistful love tunes, singer/songwriter Alex Beaupain is really a star in his indigenous France and it has often caused among that country’s more daring filmmakers, Christophe Honoré. Both began working collectively in 2002 around the film 17 Fois Cécile Cassard. Beaupain offered the soundtrack, which presented one track he’d made up for vocalist Lily Margot. Beaupain and Margot would also interact around the 2003 film Qui a Tué Bambi aimed by Gilles Marchand. In 2005, Beaupain released his personal recording, Garcon D’Honneur, which shown his like of French performers like Serge Gainsbourg and Etienne Daho alongside ’80s alternative rock and roll acts just like the Smiths. He’d use Honoré in 2006 around the film Dans Paris and once again in 2007 for the full-blown musical Les Chansons D’Amour.

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