La Vie en Rose is a 2007 French biographical musical film about the life of French singer Édith Piaf. The film was co-written and directed by Olivier Dahan, and starred Marion Cotillard as Piaf. The U.S. and U.K. title La Vie en Rose comes from Piaf’s signature song.
The film is structured as a largely non-linear series of key events from the life of Édith Piaf. [note 3] The film begins with elements from her childhood, and at the end with the events prior to and surrounding her death, poignantly juxtaposed by a performance of her song, “Non, je ne regrette rien”.
The film opens with Édith as a small child in 1918, crying after being teased by other children. Her mother stands across the alley singing, busking for change. Édith’s mother writes to her child’s father, the acrobat, who is fighting in the trenches of World War I battlefields, informing him that she is leaving Édith with her mother so she can pursue the life of the artist. Her father returns to Paris and scoops up a sick Édith, then in turn leaves the child with his own mother, who is a madam of a brothel in Normandy. Now living as a child in a brothel, surrounded by the often brutal and demeaning business of prostitution, Édith is taken under the wing of the women there, especially Titine, a young troubled redhead who becomes emotionally attached to the little girl. Titine sings to, plays with, and tenderly cares for Édith through travails including an episode of keratitis-induced blindness.
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La Vie en Rose (2007) Details
Genre: Biography | Drama | Music
Score: 7.6 out of 10 - The average votes of 69,945 people
Director: Olivier Dahan
Players: Marion Cotillard, Sylvie Testud, Pascal Greggory
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Publisher: T. Mousavi
Quality: Bluray 720p | 1080p
Size: 1000 | 1700 megabytes
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Texted language(s):English, Swedish