On DVD/VOD: February 16, 2010
PG-13 | 1h 50m | Drama
This is the story of a young French woman at the dawn of the 20th century. A young woman who was poor, without family or education, but who nevertheless transformed the promise of an ordinary life into a dazzling destiny. This is the story of Coco Chanel.
She turned her natural talent as a dressmaker into a weapon to cast off her chains, creating clothing that became a symbol of independence as well as elegance; she invented a style which not only outshone all other styles, but remains in fashion a century later. While the feminist movement was taking its first uncertain steps, she had the intuition that women could be attractive to men while freeing themselves from their dominance. She loved and was loved in return but remained a free spirit in the heart of an era that considered love and freedom contradictory terms.
|Studio:||Warner Bros. Pictures|
|Producer(s):||Carole Scotta, Caroline Benjo, Philippe Carcassonne|
|Cast:||Audrey Tautou, Alessandro Nivola, Emmanuelle Devos|
|Writer(s):||Anne Fontaine, Camille Fontaine|