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本帖最后由 weihongyan 于 2009-8-6 23:00 编辑

Movie Minutes:(54)法国香颂天后艾迪丝·皮雅芙出生卑微,但天生的优雅气质与天籁般的嗓音得到伯乐赏识,在脱去乡下女孩的土气和在市井阶层染上的俗气后,她成为纽约镁光灯下最耀眼的一颗明星…





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La Vie en Rose, a new film by Olivier Dahan , tells a story of Édith Piaf, the great French singer who is one of the icons of French culture in the postwar era. Piaf is played by Marion Cotillard, a fine-boned, big-eyed actress who gives one of those bravura biopic performances that seems bent on convincing you that you are actually watching not just the person,the movie is about but an even more real version of that person.

 

Now this movie has some of the standard satisfactions and also the standard limitations of the Hollywood biopic.It made me wonder if all famous musicians basically have the same life or if all movies about famous musicians basically tell the same story, like  Ray Charles in Ray and Johnny Cash in Walk the Line, this Édith Piaf rises up from an impoverished unhappy traumatic childhood to battle drug addiction, to have a series of love affairs, to collapse on stage, to get in car accidents, to have a lover died in a plane crash, to betray her best friends to sign record deals , and to just sing her little heart out.

 

The director seems to make some very odd choices about what to tell and what not to tell, for example it’s not until the very end of the movie when Édith Piaf is on her death bed that you suddenly have a flash back and discover that when she was a teenager she had a child who died of meningitis.It's kind of like "Oh, by the way, did I mention, I had a child and she died".One thing that’s not mentioned at all is the Second World War, the movie jumps from 1940 when Édith Piaf meets a soldier who is about to go off to the front to 1947 when she’s in New York falling in love with a French boxer. And it seems odd that a movie about such a major figure in the history of France would not have anything about her life in the major event of 20th century French history. So all in all, this is a rather baffling movie, just doesn’t feel particularly urgent or necessary.It doesn’t feel like it adds anything to your understanding of  this fascinating and strange figure.

 

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La Vie en Rose / filmed by Olivier Dahan , tells a story of Édith Piaf the great French singer who is one of the icons of French culture in the post world era. Piaf is played by Marion Cotillard, a fine bone big eye actress who gives one of those / biopic performances that seems bent on convincingly that you are actually watching not just the person the movie is about but an even more real version of that person.

 

This movie has some of the standard satisfactions and also the standard limitations of the Hollywood biopic and then you wander if all famous musicians basically have the same life or if all movies about famous musicians basically tell the same story, like  Ray Charles in Ray and Johnny Cash in Walk the line, this Édith Piaf rises up from a impoverish unhappy traumatic childhood to battle drug addiction, to have a series of love affairs, to collapse on stage to get into car accidents, to have a lover died in an plane crash, to betray her best friends in assign record deals , and to just sing her little heart out.

 

The director seems to make some very odd choices about what to tell and what not to tell, for example it’s not until the very end of the movie when Édith Piaf is on her death bend that you suddenly have a flash back and discover that when she was a teenager she had a child who died / its kind of like ”oh, by the way did I mention, I had a child and she died, one thing that’s not mentioned at all is the second world war, the movie jumps from 1940 when Édith Piaf meets a soldier who is about to be brought to the front in 1947 when she’s in New York fall in love with a french boxer. And it seems odd that a movie about such a major figure in the history of France would not have anything about her life in the major event of 20th century French history. So all in all this is a rather baffling movie, just doesn’t feel particularly urgent or necessary it doesn’t feel like it adds anything to understanding on this fascinating and strange figure.

 

 

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la vie en rose is a new film by Olivier Dahan, tells a story of Edith Piaf, a great French singer, who is one of the icon of French culture in the post*. Piaf is played by Marion Cotillard, a fine boned, big-eyed actor, because one of those previews by a pic performances, that's she has spent in convincing you that you are actually watching not just the person the movie is about but even more real version of that person. That movie has some of the standard satisfactions and also the standard limitations of hollywood biopic. You maybe wonder if all famous musicians basically have the same wine, or if all movies about famous musicians basically tell the same story, like Ray Charles in Ray and Johny Cash in Walk the line. This Edith Piaf rises up from an impoverished and unhappy * childhood to battle straggle diction to have serious love affairs to collaps on stage to get a car accident to have a love die in a play crash to betray her best friends to sign record deal and just to sing her little heart out. The director seems to make some odd choices about what to tell and what not to tell. For example, it's not to tell from the very end of the movie when Edith Piaf is on her death bed, you suddenly have a flashback and discovered that when she is a teenager she had a child who died meant in *. It's kind of like "oh, by the way, did I mention I had a child and she died. One thing is not mentioned at all is the second world war. The movie jumps from 1940 when Edith Piaf meet a soldier who is about to go off from France to 1947 when she is in New York, falling in love with a French bather. And that seems odd that the movie about such major figure in the history of France would not have anything about her life in the major event of 20 century from history, so all in all, this is a rather roughly movie. This doesn't feel particularly urgent or necessery. It doesn't feel like adds anything to your understanding of this fascinating and strange figure.

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La Vie en Rose, a new filmed by Olivier Dahan , tells a story of Édith Piaf, the great French singer who is one of the icons of French culture in the post world era. Piaf is played by Marion Cotillard, a fine bone big eye actress who gives one of those / biopic performances that seems bent on convincingly that you are actually watching not just the person the movie is about but an even more real version of that person.

 

This movie has some of the standard satisfactions and also the standard limitations of the Hollywood biopic.And then you wonder if all famous musicians basically have the same life or if all movies about famous musicians basically tell the same story, like  Ray Charles in Ray and Johnny Cash in Walk the line, this Édith Piaf rises up from an impoverish unhappy traumatic childhood to battle drug addiction, to have a series of love affairs, to collapse on stage to get into car accidents, to have a lover died in a plane crash, to betray her best friends in assigning record deals , and to just sing her little heart out.

 

The director seems to make some very odd choices about what to tell and what not to tell, for example it’s not until the very end of the movie when Édith Piaf is on her death end that you suddenly have a flash back and discover that when she was a teenager she had a child who died of *.It's kind of like "oh, by the way did I mention, I had a child and she died".One thing that’s not mentioned at all is the second world war, the movie jumps from 1940 when Édith Piaf meets a soldier who is about to be brought to the front in 1947 when she’s in New York falling in love with a French boxer. And it seems odd that a movie about such a major figure in the history of France would not have anything about her life in the major event of 20th century French history. So all in all this is a rather baffling movie, just doesn’t feel particularly urgent or necessary.It doesn’t feel like it adds anything to understanding on this fascinating and strange figure

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          not familiar with the French celebrity's name

    La vie en rose, a new film by o’levea dahang, tells us a story iea pea the great French singer who was the one of the icons of French culture in the post-war era. keya is played by maya pakian, a fine bone big eyed actress cause one of those bia performances that seem to bent on convincing you are just watching not the person in the movie about but even a real version of that person.

    And this movie has some of this standards of satisfaction also the standards of limitations of the Hollywood biopick. You may wonder if all famous musicians basically have the same life or if all movies about famous musicians basically tell the same story, like Charle in ray and John in work the line, this idesh peya rises up from an impoverish unhappy traumatical childhood to battle drug addiction, to have a serious love affairs, to collapse on stage, to get in car accidents, to have a lover died in a planecrash, to betreat her best friends, to sign a recondiles, and to just sing her little heart out.

    The draft seems to make some odd choices about what to tell and what not to tell. For example, it’s not untill the very end of the movie when Edie peaphes is on her death bed, you suddenly have a flashback and discover that when she was a teenager, she had a child who died mane and it’s a kind of oh, by the way I had a child one thing that did not mention at all is the second world war ,the movie jumps from 1940 when Edie meets a soldier who is back to go out the front to 1957 when she’s in New York fall in love with a french boxer and it seems odd that the movie about such a figure in history of France would not have anything about her life in the major event of 20C French histrory, so all in all this is rather best of the move just does feel particularly urgent or necessary it doesn’t feel at odds anything feel understanding and feel fascinating and strange figure.

[ 本帖最后由 holly@ 于 2008-9-27 21:01 编辑 ]

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La vie en rose, a new film by o’levea dahang, tells us a story iea pea the great French singer who was the one of the icons of French culture in the post-war era. keya is played by maya pakian, a fine bone big eyed actress cause one of those bia performances that seem to bent on convincing you are just watching not the person in the movie about but even more a real version of that person. And this movie has some of this standard of satisfactions also the standard of limitations of the Hollywood biopick. You may wonder if all famous musicians basically have the same life or if all movies about famous musicians basically tell the same story, like Charle in ray and Johny cation in work the line, this idesh peya rises up from an impoverish unhappy tremadic childhood to battle drug addiction, to have a serious love affairs, to collapse on stage, to get in car accidents, to have a lover died in a planecrash, to betreat her best friends, to sign a recondiles, and to just sing her little heart out. The draft seems to make some odd choices about what to tell and what not to tell. For example, it’s not untill the very end of the movie when Edie peaphes is on her death bed, you suddenly have a flashback and discover that when she was a teenager, she had a child who died mane and it’s a kind of oh, by the way did i mention I had a child and she died one thing that's not mention at all is the second world war ,the movie jumps from 1940 when Edie meets a soldier who is back to go out the front to 1957 when she’s in New York fall in love with a french boxer and it seems odd that the movie about such a major figure in the history of France would not have anything about her life in the major event of 20C French histrory, so all in all this is rather best of the move just does it feel particularly urgent or necessary it doesn’t feel like an adds anything feel understanding and of this fascinating and strange figure.

[ 本帖最后由 蜗牛牧师 于 2008-9-27 22:59 编辑 ]
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La Vie en Rose, a new filmed by Olivier Dahan , tells a story of Édith Piaf, the great French singer who is one of the icons of French culture in the postwar era. Piaf is played by Marion Cotillard, a fine-boned, big-eyed actress who gives one of those * biopic performances that seems bent on convincing / you that you are actually watching not just the person in the movie is about but an even more real version of that person.

 

Now this movie has some of the standard satisfactions and also the standard limitations of the Hollywood biopic.It made me wonder if all famous musicians basically have the same life or if all movies about famous musicians basically tell the same story, like  Ray Charles in Ray and Johnny Cash in Walk the Line, this Édith Piaf rises up from an impoverished unhappy traumatic childhood to battle drug addiction, to have a series of love affairs, to collapse on stage, to get in car accidents, to have a lover died in a plane crash, to betray her best friends to sign record deals , and just just sing her little heart out.

 

The director seems to make some very odd choices about what to tell and what not to tell, for example it’s not until the very end of the movie when Édith Piaf is on her death bed that you suddenly have a flash back and discover that when she was a teenager she had a child who died of meningitis.It's kind of like "Oh, by the way, did I mention, I had a child and she died".One thing that’s not mentioned at all is the Second World War, the movie jumps from 1940 when Édith Piaf meets a soldier who is about to go off to the front to 1947 when she’s in New York falling in love with a French boxer. And it seems odd that a movie about such a major figure in the history of France would not have anything about her life in the major event of 20th century French history. So all in all, this is a rather baffling movie, just doesn’t feel particularly urgent or necessary.It doesn’t feel like it adds anything to your understanding of  this fascinating and strange figure.

 

 

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La Vie en Rose, a new film/ by Olivier Dahan , tells a story of Édith Piaf, the great French singer who is one of the icons of French culture in the post-world era. Piaf is played by Marion Cotillard, a fine-boned big-eyed actress who gives one of those bra burner  biopic performances that seems bent on convincingly that you are actually watching not just the person the movie is about but an even more real version of that person.

 

This movie has some of the standard satisfactions and also the standard limitations of the Hollywood biopic.And make me wonder if all famous musicians basically have the same life or if all movies about famous musicians basically tell the same story, like  Ray Charles in Ray and Johnny Cash in Walk the line, this Édith Piaf rises up from an impoverished unhappy traumatic childhood to battle drug addiction, to have a series of love affairs, to collapse on stage to get into car accidents, to have a lover died in a plane crash, to betray her best friends in assigning record deals , and to just sing her little heart out.

 

The director seems to make some very odd choices about what to tell and what not to tell, for example it’s not until the very end of the movie when Édith Piaf is on her death bed that you suddenly have a flash back and discover that when she was a teenager she had a child who died of meningitis. It's kind of like "oh, by the way did I mention, I had a child and she died".One thing that’s not mentioned at all is the second world war, the movie jumps from 1940 when Édith Piaf meets a soldier who is about to be brought to the front in 1947 when she’s in New York falling in love with a French boxer. And it seems odd that a movie about such a major figure in the history of France would not have anything about her life in the major event of 20th century French history. So all in all this is a rather baffling movie, just doesn’t feel particularly urgent or necessary.It doesn’t feel like it adds anything to your understanding on this fascinating and strange figure

[ 本帖最后由 Chloé 于 2008-9-27 23:43 编辑 ]
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下次改稿要改全哦——蜗牛,这次就将你改成HW了,还请见谅O(∩_∩)O哈哈~

La Vie en Rose is a new film by Oliver Dahan, tells a story of Edith Piaf, the great French singer who was one of the icons of the French culture in the postwar era. Piaf is played by Marion Cotillard, the fine-boned, big-eyed actress who gives one of those bravura biopic performances that seems bent on (决心)convincing you that you are actually watching not just the person in the movie is about, but an even more real version of that person.

Now this movie has some of the standard satisfactions and also the standard limitations of the Hollywood biopic. It makes me wonder if all famous musicians basically have the same life or if all movies about the famous musicians basically tells the same story. like  Ray Charles in Ray and Johnny Cash in Walk the Line, this Edith Piaf rises up from the impoverished unhappy traumatic childhood, to battle drug addictions, to have series of love affairs, to collapse on stage, to get into car accidents, to have a lover died in a plain crash, to betray her best friend, to sign record deals and just to sing her heart out.

The director seems to make a very odd choices about what to tell and what not to tell. For example, it is not until the very end of the movie when Edith Piaf was on her death bed that you suddenly have a flash back and discover that when she was a teenager she has a child who died of meningitis. It is a kind of like, oh, by the way, did I mention, I have a child, and she died. One thing she's not mentioned at all is the second world war. The movie jumps from 1940 when Edith Piaf meets a solider who is about to go off to the front to 1947 when she is in New York falling in love with a French boxer. And it seems odd that a movie about such an major figure in history of France would not have anything about her life in the major event of 20th century French history. So all in all, this is a rather baffling movie, just doesn't feel particularly urgent or necessary, it doesn't feel like it adds anything to your understanding of this fascinating and strange figure.


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La Vie en Rose, a new film by Olivier Dahan , tells a story of Édith Piaf, the great French singer who is one of the icons of French culture in the postwar era. Piaf is played by Marion Cotillard, a fine-boned, big-eyed actress who gives one of those bravura biopic performances that seems bent on convincing / you that you are actually watching not just the person /the movie is about but an even more real version of that person.

 

Now this movie has some of the standard satisfactions and also the standard limitations of the Hollywood biopic.It made me wonder if all famous musicians basically have the same life or if all movies about famous musicians basically tell the same story, like  Ray Charles in Ray and Johnny Cash in Walk the Line, this Édith Piaf rises up from an impoverished unhappy traumatic childhood to battle drug addiction, to have a series of love affairs, to collapse on stage, to get in car accidents, to have a lover died in a plane crash, to betray her best friends to sign record deals , and to just sing her little heart out.

 

The director seems to make some very odd choices about what to tell and what not to tell, for example it’s not until the very end of the movie when Édith Piaf is on her death bed that you suddenly have a flash back and discover that when she was a teenager she had a child who died of meningitis.It's kind of like "Oh, by the way, did I mention, I had a child and she died".One thing that’s not mentioned at all is the Second World War, the movie jumps from 1940 when Édith Piaf meets a soldier who is about to go off to the front to 1947 when she’s in New York falling in love with a French boxer. And it seems odd that a movie about such a major figure in the history of France would not have anything about her life in the major event of 20th century French history. So all in all, this is a rather baffling movie, just doesn’t feel particularly urgent or necessary.It doesn’t feel like it adds anything to your understanding of  this fascinating and strange figure.

 

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La Vie en Rose,a new film by Olivier Dahan, tells the story of Edith Piaf,the great French singer who is one of the icons of French culture in the post war era.Piaf is played by Marion Cotillard,a fine-boned big-eyed actress who gives one of those biopic performances that seems bent on convincing you that you are actual watching not just a person the movie is about but an even more real version of that person.

 

This movie has some of the standard satisfaction and also the standard limitations of the Hollywood biopic.And make me wonder if all famous musicians basically have the same life or if all movies about famous musicians basically tell the same story,like Ray Charles in Rain and Johnny Cash in Walk the line.This Edith Piaf rises up from an impoverished unhappy traumatic childhood to battle drug addiction, to have a series of love affairs,to collapse on his stage, to get into car accidence,to have a lover died in a plane crash,to betray her best friends in assigning record deals and to just sing her little heart out.

 

The directors seems to make some odd choices about to tell and when not to tell.For example,it was not until the very end of the movie when Edith Piaf was on her death bed that you suddenly have a flash back and discovered that when she was a teenager,she had a child who died of meningitis.It's kind of like "Oh,by the way,did I mention,I had a child and she died."One thing that is not mentioned at all is the Second World War.The film jumps from 1940 when Edith Piaf meets a soldier who is about to go off to the front to 1947 when she is in New York falling in love with a French boxer.And it seems odd that the movie about such a major figure in the history of France would not have anything about her life in the major event of 20th century French history.So all in all,this is a rather baffling movie,just doesn't felt particular urgent or necessary.It doesn't feel like it adds anything to your understanding of this facinating and strange figure.

本帖最后由 weihongyan 于 2009-7-1 07:48 编辑

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