Marion Cotillard to be honored with France’s highest honor, legion d’Honneur
As France celebrates its National Day on Thursday, the Oscar winning actress Marion Cotillard’s name has been posited for France’s highest honor, Legion d’Honneur. She is among 650 others whose names have been put forward for the same from vide adversity in politics, sports and some others to name.
The award is awarded three times annually- once at the start of the year, Easter and then at Bastille day which includes two- thirds of the civilians and others on the name of military men and forces. France is offering the award to Ms Cotillard for she has been the first French women since the year 1960 to get over America’s top actress for her portrayal as singer Edith Piaf in La Vie en rose and was once again nominated last year for her being a depressive mother in Two Days, One Night.
She was once presented the top artistic gong in the year 2010 but she blenched the award when the culture minister poke a pin through her blouse as he made her Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres after which she resented and winced taking the pride of honor.
With Cotillard being one of the prime recipients along with other Raymond Depardon and Sebastio Salgado were also recipients of the same. With so much of pride and honor in France we would like to congratulate Marion Cotillard for the award and would like to thank her for her immense contribution in the field of acting.