Synonyms for pour_ça or Related words with pour_ça


Examples of "pour_ça"
Tout ça... pour ça! () is a 1993 French film directed by Claude Lelouch.
Rien que pour ça... is the second album by the French singer Elsa Lunghini and was released in 1990.
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In 1990 she made her second album, "Rien que pour ça" ("Only for that"). The songs were produced by her father and Elsa wrote the music for the single of the same name. "Rien que pour ça" was a top 20 hit. Two other excerpts were released: "Pleure doucement" ("Cry softly") and "Qu'est-ce que ça peut lui faire" ("How does she matter"). The two last singles were less successful. She made her first tour, at the Olympia.
"Il ne faut pas mourir pour ça" (1967), "Le vieux pays où Rimbaud est mort" (1977), and "Aujourd'hui ou jamais" (1997) make up his "Abel Trilogy"; 3 feature films starring the recurring character of Abel Gagné played by Marcel Sabourin.
In 2004, Sidaction released "Y'a pas un homme qui soit né pour ça" credited to "Sidaction (Florent Pagny / Calogero / Pascal Obispo)". The single made it to number 20 on SNEP, the official French Singles Chart.
The follow-up single "Elle" was a major hit also, breaking into the Top Ten, and though successive singles "Je Sais" and "C'est Pour Ça" were less popular, the run of hit singles helped carry Aime-Moi to number 11 on the French albums chart.
"Il faut du temps (je me battrai pour ça)" (English translation: "It takes time (I will fight for that)") was the French entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2002, performed in French by Sandrine François. The song was co-written by French singer Patrick Bruel.
The album contains songs from Elsa's first three albums : "Elsa", "Rien que pour ça" and "Douce violence". It contains all the songs released as singles, plus several titles that feature on the three studio albums and four cover versions in other languages of three of her hits from "Elsa" ("T'en va pas", "Jour de neige" and "Jamais nous").
Lefebvre was one of the first Canadian filmmakers to receive international acclaim for his work; his film "Il ne faut pas mourir pour ça" (1967) was the first Canadian film to be invited to the Cannes Film Festival. He proved to be successful again at Cannes when he received the International Critics' Prize for "Les fleurs sauvages" (1982) and his film "Le jour S..." (1984) was screened in the Un Certain Regard section. "Les dernières fiançailles" (1973) won the prestigious Prix de l'Organisation catholique internationale du cinéma in 1974.
Hercule Lavoie began recordings songs written by Beaudry in 1924, recording more than a dozen songs of Beaudry's over the next few years. These included "L’amour pardonne" (1924), "L’amour se souvient" (1924), "Berce mon rêve" (1924), "Chante rossignol chante" (1924), "Dis-le moi" (1924), "Hier, aujourd’hui, demain" (1925), "Il ne faut pas pleurer pour ça" (1925), "J’ai toujours vingt ans" (1925), "Mais si tu reviens un jour" (1925), "Laisse-moi te dire" (1926), "Il fallait des anges au paradis" (1927), "Pour quelqu’un qu’on aime" (1927) and "Tu prends plaisir à me voir souffrir" (1927).
Many commentators and authors line up along party lines, and consensus in their views is difficult to achieve. It is, however, widely accepted in France that Mitterrand's actions film 1934 to 1945 are open to contradictory interpretations. An example is his membership of the "Volontaires Nationaux" (National Volunteers), an organization related to François de la Rocque's far-right league, the "Croix de Feu", for one to three years, depending on the source. On 1 February 1935, Mitterrand joined the Action française march, more commonly known as "l'invasion métèque", to demonstrate against foreign doctors setting up in France with cries of “La France aux Français”. There are two photos that show Mitterrand facing a police line, published in "Les Camelots du Roi" by Maurice Pujo. Mitterrand admitted being there but denied taking part in the demonstration in a TV interview with Jean-Pierre Elkabach in September 1994. He was quoted as saying “Je n'y étais pas pour ça” ( “I was not there for that”) and in France, there was some debate over the significance of his presence at the march.