What you are thinking when you hear the word France? Let’s exclude politics. You’ll think culture, art, romanticism, French cinema, La Marseillaise, etc. I want to add something specific to your imagination. Today I am going to write an article about one of my favourite actresses Marion Cotillard. She is one of the best French actresses in 21st century. Marion Cotillard was born in 30 september 1975, Paris, France. A tiny and small girl can create miracles. That’s also the case for Marian Cotillard. She made her debut in 1993 in the film “The Story of a Boy Who Wanted to be Kissed”. Marion was a promising talent and her career slightly went up. Her famous films include “La Vie En Rose”(2007), “De jours, une nuit”(2014), “Un long dimanche de fiançailles”(2004), “Inception”(2010), “Jeux d’enfants”(2003), etc.


Marion Cotillard as Sophie Kowalsky in Jeux D’enfant film.


Marion Cotillard as Edith Piaf in La Vien En Rose film.

Marion Cotillard received two Academy Award nominations and won in one of them. She was awarded with Academy Award for Best Actress for her starring role in “La Vie En Rose”. She played one of the legendary singer’s role Edith Piaf. Another nomination was marioncotillardoscar

Marion Cotillard holding her Oscar.

for her role in “De Jours, une nuit” film.

She was made a Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters in 2010 and in 2016 she received France’s highest honor. Marion Cotillard was made a Knight of the Legion of Honour.

There will be a flash movie at the end of the year. In november, it is expected Marion’s new movie Allied will be released. She shares starring role with Brad Pitt in this movie, I am really excited and looking forward to see her new film, even my seat is ready in the cinema from now. 🙂

Now, as a tradition of my blog posts, I will add some videolinks for you to watch.

Cap ou pas cap? 🙂




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