History Film / LaVieEnRose

14th Jul '16 5:48:32 AM Saveelich
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* TheUnseen: Théo Sarapo (Edith's last husband) is barely mentioned at the end when Edith dies.
* UsefulNotes/WorldWarI: Edith's father was mobilized during the war.

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* TheUnseen: Théo Sarapo (Edith's last husband) is barely mentioned at the end when Edith dies.
* UsefulNotes/WorldWarI: Edith's father was mobilized during the war.
dies.
15th Jun '16 7:40:40 PM randomguy566
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* GoryDiscretionShot: There's an incident during Edith's childhood where one of the prostitues she lives with suffers a customer who wanted to "play doctor"; we're never shown exactly what it is he did to her but seeing her colleagues (including even the usually unflappable Madam) clutching themselves suggests you'd really rather not be.

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* GoryDiscretionShot: There's an incident during Edith's childhood where one of the prostitues she lives with suffers a customer who wanted to "play doctor"; we're never shown exactly what it is he did to her but seeing her colleagues (including even the usually unflappable Madam) clutching themselves suggests you'd really rather not be.YouDoNotWantToKnow.
2nd Jun '16 12:27:40 AM Doug86
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** Her life during WorldWarII and her father's death.

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** Her life during WorldWarII UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and her father's death.



* WorldWarOne: Edith's father was mobilized during the war.

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* WorldWarOne: UsefulNotes/WorldWarI: Edith's father was mobilized during the war.
21st May '16 6:40:46 AM Faberlich
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** Her MayDecemberRomance, marriage and concerts with Théo Sarapo in her final years. (he's barely mentioned at the end)

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** Her MayDecemberRomance, marriage and concerts with Théo Sarapo in her final years. years (he's barely mentioned at the end)end).
13th Apr '16 6:35:19 AM Faberlich
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'''''La Vie en Rose''''' (French title : ''La Môme'') is a 2007 romanticized {{biopic}} about the glorious and tragic life of French singer Music/EdithPiaf. It stars Creator/MarionCotillard in the leading role, for which she won the [[UsefulNotes/AcademyAward Oscar]] for best actress. It also became one of the only French films to win more than one Oscar, the other being for makeup. The international title comes from what is probably her most famous song, "La Vie en Rose".

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'''''La Vie en Rose''''' (French title : ''La Môme'') '''''La Môme''''') is a 2007 romanticized {{biopic}} about the glorious and tragic life of French singer Music/EdithPiaf. It stars Creator/MarionCotillard in the leading role, for which she won the [[UsefulNotes/AcademyAward Oscar]] for best actress. It also became one of the only French films to win more than one Oscar, the other being for makeup. The international title comes from what is probably her most famous song, "La Vie en Rose".
13th Apr '16 6:35:04 AM Faberlich
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''La Vie en Rose'' (French title : ''La Môme'') is a 2007 romanticized {{biopic}} about the glorious and tragic life of French singer Music/EdithPiaf. It stars Creator/MarionCotillard in the leading role, for which she won the [[UsefulNotes/AcademyAward Oscar]] for best actress. It also became one of the only French films to win more than one Oscar, the other being for makeup. The international title comes from what is probably her most famous song, "La Vie en Rose".

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''La '''''La Vie en Rose'' Rose''''' (French title : ''La Môme'') is a 2007 romanticized {{biopic}} about the glorious and tragic life of French singer Music/EdithPiaf. It stars Creator/MarionCotillard in the leading role, for which she won the [[UsefulNotes/AcademyAward Oscar]] for best actress. It also became one of the only French films to win more than one Oscar, the other being for makeup. The international title comes from what is probably her most famous song, "La Vie en Rose".
18th May '15 5:28:15 PM nombretomado
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''La Vie en Rose'' (French title : ''La Môme'') is a 2007 romanticized {{biopic}} about the glorious and tragic life of French singer Music/EdithPiaf. It stars Creator/MarionCotillard in the leading role, for which she won the [[AcademyAwards Oscar]] for best actress. It also became one of the only French films to win more than one Oscar, the other being for makeup. The international title comes from what is probably her most famous song, "La Vie en Rose".

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''La Vie en Rose'' (French title : ''La Môme'') is a 2007 romanticized {{biopic}} about the glorious and tragic life of French singer Music/EdithPiaf. It stars Creator/MarionCotillard in the leading role, for which she won the [[AcademyAwards [[UsefulNotes/AcademyAward Oscar]] for best actress. It also became one of the only French films to win more than one Oscar, the other being for makeup. The international title comes from what is probably her most famous song, "La Vie en Rose".



** As the result it managed to snatch 2 [[AcademyAwards Oscars]] - the only French film to do so. [[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0450188/awards?ref_=tt_awd Plus a long list of other awards.]]

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** As the result it managed to snatch 2 [[AcademyAwards [[UsefulNotes/AcademyAward Oscars]] - the only French film to do so. [[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0450188/awards?ref_=tt_awd Plus a long list of other awards.]]
15th Aug '14 9:46:18 AM Morgenthaler
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''La Vie en Rose'' (French title : ''La Môme'') is a 2007 romanticized {{biopic}} about the glorious and tragic life of French singer Music/EdithPiaf. It stars MarionCotillard in the leading role, for which she won the [[AcademyAwards Oscar]] for best actress. It also became one of the only French films to win more than one Oscar, the other being for makeup. The international title comes from what is probably her most famous song, "La Vie en Rose".

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''La Vie en Rose'' (French title : ''La Môme'') is a 2007 romanticized {{biopic}} about the glorious and tragic life of French singer Music/EdithPiaf. It stars MarionCotillard Creator/MarionCotillard in the leading role, for which she won the [[AcademyAwards Oscar]] for best actress. It also became one of the only French films to win more than one Oscar, the other being for makeup. The international title comes from what is probably her most famous song, "La Vie en Rose".


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9th Jan '14 2:25:05 AM LE0Night
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* GoryDiscretionShot: There's an incident during Edith's childhood where one of the prostitues she lives with suffers a customer who wanted to "play doctor"; we're never shown exactly what it is he did to her but seeing her colleagues (including even the usually unflappable Madam) clutching themselves suggests you'd really rather not be.
8th Sep '13 11:01:12 PM businka
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** As the result it maanged to snatch 2 [[AcademyAwards Oscars]] - the only French film to do so. [[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0450188/awards?ref_=tt_awd Plus a long list of other awards.]]

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** As the result it maanged managed to snatch 2 [[AcademyAwards Oscars]] - the only French film to do so. [[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0450188/awards?ref_=tt_awd Plus a long list of other awards.]]
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