From childhood to glory, from victories to sufferings, from Belleville to New York, “La Vie en Rose” presents the unusual life of Edith Piaf.
Along to a highly improbable destiny we discover the soul of an artist and the heart of a woman.
Full of life, fragile and, in the same time, indestructible she dedicated her life until sacrifice becoming an immortal singer.
“L`oiseau de Paris” was named by the press and public, the famous singer Edith Piaf (Marion Cotillard).
From the Paris’s pour neighborhoods to the New York’s dazzling lights, the life of the singer was a continuous struggle: to sing, to survive, to love, to live.
Grown in beggary, Edith’s salvation was her magical voice, her passionate romances and friendship that connected her to known names of that time: Yves Montand, Jean Cocteau, Charles Aznavour, Marlene Dietrich, Marcel Cerdan etc, succeeding as one of the greatest musical figures all over the world.
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