La Vie En Rose movie trailer - starring Marion Cotillard, Emmanuelle Seigner, Pascal Greggory, Jean-Paul Rouve, Marc Barbe, Sylve Testud. Directed by Olivier Dahan. Theatrical Release Date: 6/8/2007
The Code movie trailer - starring Samuel Le Bihan, Clotilde Courau, Michel Duchaussoy, Samy Naceri, Michael Duchaussoy, Marie Guillard. Directed by Manuel Boursinhac. Genre: Drama
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Marion Cotillard ("Big Fish", "A Very Long Engagement") won a Golden Globe and an Academy Award for her performance in this examination of the life of singer Edith Piaf (1915-1963), known as "The Little Sparrow." Piaf grew up in difficult circumstances, living at times with her mother, an alcoholic street singer; her father, a circus performer; and a grandmother, a madam at a brothel. A 20-year-old street singer, she is discovered by a club owner who is soon murdered, and coached by a musician who brings her to concert halls. Her rise to fame after that was fast, and her constant companions were alcohol and heartache. The tragedies of a love affair with Marcel Cerdan and the death of her only child belie the words of one of her signature songs, "Non, je ne regrette rien" (translated: "No, I regret nothing"). In addition to Cotillard's Best Actress Oscar, "La Vie En Rose" also took home an Academy Award for Best Achievement in Makeup. French-language film with English subtitles.
She was known as "the Little Sparrow." But behind Edith Piaf's tiny stature was a larger-than-life voice that captivated a generation. Featuring a powerhouse, Oscar(R)-winning lead performance by Marion Cotillard, this sensational film unveils the story of the French songbird whose road to international fame became suffused with poverty, illness, heartbreak, tragedy and addiction. "Four stars...one of the best biopics I've seen" (Roger Ebert). Winner of two Academy Awards(R), for Best Actress (Cotillard) and Best Makeup. Co-starring Emmanuelle Seigner, Jean-Paul Rouve, Gerard Depardieu and Clotilde Courau. Directed by Olivier Dahan; adaptation and dialogues by Olivier and Isabelle Sobelman, screenplay by Olivier Dahan.
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