La Vie en Rose Synopsis
The story of legendary French singer Edith Piaf.
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Movie Reviews

Outstanding acting, incredible legend

By Shepherdess
I caught this film on a flight in April 2007 at the insistence of the French couple sitting next to me. I was skeptical. To be perfectly honest, I never quite got the devotion of the French to this...

Absolutely Fabulous!

By piaffan
Saw the NY premiere last night, and was it breathtaking! The entire audience was captivated, and all burst into applause at its end. The performances are all remarkable, but a special place in film...

ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE

By venemiami
A very hard story told in an amazing way by the director OLIVIER DAHAN who should be nominated for his great job in this film, in the same way MARION COTILLARD must be called to compete for an OSCAR...

Superb Cotillard Makes "La Vie"

By artouthere
I was so happy to find this film playing in a city that art films often find no home in that I ran out the first night to see it. I was not disappointed. Fans of Edith Piaf will cherish this very...

BEST MOVIE OF THE YEAR!!!!

By neurotiko
I went and saw this movie trhee time, i loved it every single time, i loved how the movie was plotted out and Marion did a marvelous job doing t he role of Edih, she deserves an oscar, definately!...

Beautiful movie

By kinichristie
This is one of the most beautiful movies I have ever seen. What a film! Marion Cotillard was a master, definitely acadamy award winning performance. Her acting was so passionate, so deep, so...

umm... i'm pretty sure it never ended

By niki_nonsense
it was hard to follow because it jumped sequence a lot. it seemed like it dragged on and on and we kept wondering when it would end. we were the only three in the theater so we were yelling "THE END"...

Stirring lifestory

By Raerah
I didn't realize how much of her music I knew until I watched her life. Her story was amazing and tragic. Must see!!...

La Vie En Rose

By luanarubin
This is a very depressing but brilliant film. If you love the subject matter then definitely go. If grey depressing movies haunt you for days then skip it. Loved the music, the costumes, and the...

Oscar Nomination for sure...

By light_diva
Absolutely incredible! Brought me to tears. Marion Cotillard out did herself....

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Rated PG-13 | For substance abuse, sexual content, brief nudity, language and thematic elements
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Iffy for 16+ French Edith Piaf biopic sings one lady's blues.
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