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Jun 2007
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from The Telegraph (UK) / by Benjamin Secher Actress Marion Cotillard talks to Benjamin Secher about her performance of a lifetime as legendary French singer Edith Piaf ‘The first time I heard Edith Piaf sing, I cried,” says 31-year-old Marion Cotillard, who plays the legendary French singer in a heartbreaking new biopic, La Vie en rose. “I was so moved – and so impressed that in only three or four

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Jun 2007
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from The Star Ledger (US) / by Stephen Whitty French actress faced challenge in playing Piaf “You have to struggle,” the slight, saucer-eyed star says, leaning forward and speaking in an intense French accent. “You have to have your heart broken. That’s the reality of life and if you are protected from this sadness, then how can you grow? How can you recognize real happiness when you see it?” It

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Jun 2007
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Synopsis From the streets of the cutthroat Belleville district of Paris to the dazzling limelight of New York’s glamorous concert halls, Edith Piaf’s life was a constant battle to sing and survive, to live and love. Raised in abject poverty, surrounded by hookers and pimps, Edith’s magical voice made her a star on both sides of the Atlantic. Her passionate romances and friendships with the greatest names of the period

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Jun 2007
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from Reelz Channel (US) / by Heather Huntington Our interview with the explosive star of La Vie en Rose. You may not think you’ve seen Marion Cotillard before, but you’d probably be wrong. The stunning French actress has actually crossed over to American film a while ago, including roles in Big Fish and A Good Year. This Friday she takes on her biggest challenge yet in the impressionistic biopic about

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Jun 2007
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from Ioncinema.com (US) / by Benjamin Crossley-Marra If you met Marion Cotillard in person you probably wouldn’t draw any association with France’s beloved icon Edith Piaf. Marion is tall, demure and extremely striking. Edith was diminutive, held a slight hunchback never bothered to carry herself in an overly lady-like manner. But a peculiar aura surrounds them both. This aura is what director Olivier Dahan must have felt when he chose