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Jun 2007
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from Time Out Chicago (US) / by Cliff Doerksen Actress Marion Cotillard takes on the role of a lifetime in ‘La Vie en Rose’. To say that legendary chanteuse Edith Piaf (1915–1963) is an icon of French culture is a bit like saying that Elvis Presley has a healthy following in the U.S. This week a new biopic about the singer premieres in Chicago. Titled after her best-known song, ‘La

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Jun 2007
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from Time Out New York (US) / by Elisabeth Vincentelli Marion Cotillard finds herself by losing herself—in Edith Piaf. Biopic acting is its very own beast, as thespians maneuver to avoid both reverent imitation and showy histrionics. The challenge is even greater when the subject is known as a singularly magnetic performer. Such is the burden that fell upon Marion Cotillard, 31, when director Olivier Dahan cast her as Edith Piaf

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Jun 2007
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from The Village Voice (US) / by Leslie Camhi Already generating Oscar buzz, Marion Cotillard chats about channeling her inner chanteuse I’d last seen Marion Cotillard in La Vie En Rose, director Olivier Dahan’s film about the life of the great French singer Edith Piaf. Born in destitution on the streets of Paris, Piaf reached the summits of artistic achievement and international celebrity before dying of cancer at age 47,