Édith et Marcel
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|Édith et Marcel|
|Directed by||Claude Lelouch|
Marcel Cerdan Jr
|Music by||Francis Lai|
|Running time||140 minutes|
In 1947, the singer Édith Piaf and the boxer Marcel Cerdan are both at the peak of their respective careers. Their encounter gives birth to a passionate love affair lasting some two years, cut short by Cerdan's death in an air crash.
- Title: Édith et Marcel
- Director: Claude Lelouch
- Music: Francis Lai
- Length: 140 minutes
- Release date: April 13, 1983
- In the film, the songs of Édith Piaf are sung by Mama Béa Tékielski.
- Marcel Cerdan is played in the film by his son, Marcel Cerdan Jr.
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