| Robert Benayoun|| Film critic|
| October 20, 1996, Paris, France|
Érotique du surréalisme, The look of Buster Keaton
Serious as Pleasure, Paris N’existe Pas
Richard Leduc, Daniele Gaubert, Pierre Kalfon, Denise Peron, Louis Malle
Robert Benayoun Wikipedia
Robert Benayoun (1926 in Kenitra, Morocco – 20 October 1996, Paris) was a French film critic and author, and one-time member of the jury at the Cannes Film Festival of 1980. He wrote books on Tex Avery, Woody Allen, Buster Keaton, the Marx Brothers, and Alain Resnais.
He wrote screenplays for and directed three films. Benayoun was one of comedian Jerry Lewis's greatest supporters and directed a film about him called Bonjour Mr. Lewis. He also directed the 1975 film Serious as Pleasure.