Following in the universal footsteps of "Sex and the City", this romantic farce features Cotillard as Lena, a demure cellist whose sister, Ariane (Julie Depardieu) uses her love life for inspiration for the cheesy romantic photo-novels she writes. Amorous projections of her idealized dreams, Ariane's stories feature women who find love in the arms of a kind, wealthy strangers. Unfortunately for both sisters, their harsh realities with commitment-phobic boyfriends Farid (Tomer Sisley) and Francois (Eric Berger) are miles away from the dream world that exists on the pages of the magazine. However, when Ariane and Lena's love lives are thrown into turmoil by the charms of Pablo, a handsome Spanish construction worker, (Sergio Peris-Mencheta) and fiery violin soloist Mark (Jonathan Zaccai), their fantasies and realities may prove closer than they ever thought.
Just moved to their new home up the Hudson, Rosalind Russell as mom Louise Randall Pierson, screenwriter and author of the original memoir, with husband Rodney (Donald Woods), discovers very bad news about the kids, especially Louise Jr. (Jo Ann Marlowe), in Roughly Speaking, 1945.
Rosalind Russell is a headstrong woman who ends up with two marriages and seven children in the true story of Louise Randall Pierson.
Fashion editor Margot (Myrna Loy) with photographer pal Winkel (Felix Bressart), who's helping her maintain the myth of her fictional husband, in an early scene from Robert Z. Leonard's Third Finger, Left Hand, 1940.
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Master showman Cecil B. DeMille brings the wonder and excitement of the Ringling Bros.-Barnum & Bailey Circus magically to life in The Greatest Show On Earth. Loaded with big-top thrills and chills, it's no wonder this film won the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Cecil B. DeMille's The Greatest Show on Earth is a lavish tribute to circuses, featuring three intertwining plotlines concerning romance and rivalry beneath the big top. DeMille's film includes spectacular action sequences, including a show-stopping train wreck. The Greatest Show on Earth won Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Story.
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