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Jul 2007
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Just saw Variety’s Women’s Impact Report 2007 and their feature about Marion Cotillard. Click the link to read the full article, I’m only going to quote a few bits. Other women in the report include Helen Mirren, Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek, Tina Fey, Rosie O’Donnell, Paula Wagner, J.K. Rowling, Bjork and many more. She’s one of the year’s first real Oscar contenders, which is no small feat considering how few

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Jul 2007
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from Variety / by Peter Debruge ‘La Vie en rose’ thesp an Oscar contender She’s one of the year’s first real Oscar contenders, which is no small feat considering how few Americans will recognize Marion Cotillard when they see “La Vie en rose.” Even in her native France, where Cotillard co-starred in the first three installments of Luc Besson’s hugely successful “Taxi” franchise, the actress was not yet a big

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Jul 2007
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from The Age (Australia) / Stephanie Bunbury In an extraordinary turn as France’s ”little sparrow”, Marion Cotillard’s Edith Piaf is almost better than the original, writes Stephanie Bunbury. All the time she was shooting La Vie en Rose, says Marion Cotillard, she barely slept at night. Edith Piaf, the peerless French chanteuse whose life was being brought to the screen, had always slept badly. Now she did the same. “One

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Jul 2007
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from Adelaide Now (Australia) / by Kirsten Heysen WHAT became a labour of love could earn an Oscar for the rising French star Marion Cotillard, who plays Edith Piaf in a new movie. La Vie En Rose, directed by Olivier Dahan, follows legendary French singer Edith Piaf’s turbulent life from her childhood (she was born in 1915) to her death in 1963. Cotillard is unquestionably brilliant in the role. “Piaf worked

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Jul 2007
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from Sunday Herald Sun (Australia) / by Lawrie Masterson EDITH Piaf’s descent into drugs, booze, chronic arthritis and cancer was savage and swift. She died at 47, although in her final years she “looked 70 and acted like a child”, according to Marion Cotillard, the French actor who plays her with such distinction in La Vie En Rose. “What surprised me most about her was the consecutive happiness – huge