La Môme (2007)

La Vie en Rose

The Extraordinary Story of Edith Piaf

20072 h 20 min
Overview

A swirling, impressionistic portrait of an artist who regretted nothing, writer-director Olivier Dahan's La Vie en Rose stars Marion Cotillard in a blazing performance as the legendary French icon Edith Piaf. From the mean streets of the Belleville district of Paris to the dazzling limelight of New York's most famous concert halls, Piaf's life was a constant battle to sing and survive, to live and love. Raised in her grandmother's brothel, Piaf was discovered in 1935 by nightclub owner Louis Leplee (Gerard Depardieu), who persuaded her to sing despite her extreme nervousness. Piaf became one of France's immortal icons, her voice one of the indelible signatures of the 20th Century.

Metadata
Title La Vie en Rose
Original Title La Môme
Languages French
Country  France
Producer Alain Goldman
Director of Photography Tetsuo Nagata
Original Music Composer Christopher Gunning
Author
Writer
Adult No
Tagline The Extraordinary Story of Edith Piaf
Budget
IMDb Id tt0450188
Certification PG-13
Release Date 8 February 2007
Director Olivier Dahan
Revenue
Runtime 2 h 20 min
Details
Movie Subtitles French
English
Movie Media VoD
DivX
Movie Format HD
Movie Language English
French
Movie Status Available
Movie Rating Good
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La Môme (2007) Storyline

“little sparrow” French singer Édith Piaf (Marion Cotillard) has a legendary life. Piaf childhood was displaced, she was abandoned by his mother, and then his father sent her to a brothel raised by grandmother, when the father retired from the army, she was forced taken away to live with the circus. Then Piave followed his father make a living as a performer, later become a girl singing in the bar.

Finally Piaf successfully become a charming singing star, she singing a number of popular songs. However, her emotions were frustrated, especially with the boxer Marcel (Jean-Pierre Martins). Her old age has gone from bad to worse, and finally died on liver cancer.

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)
Rated PG-13 for substance abuse, sexual content, brief nudity, language and thematic elements

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Review:

The legendary French singer, Edith Piaf’s portrayal of life. She used songs to tell herself’s destiny, the film interspersed with different experiences of life, the last part is deep moving.

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