This definitive collection on the life and work of Edith Piaf presents, in two parts, a revealing look at a woman whose music echoes across time.
The Perfect Concert A unique collection of filmed and recorded performances from the 1950s and 60s captures Edith Piaf in some of her finest performances. Classic songs and mesmerising performances are brought together for the first time to create what could only be described as The Perfect Concert. Tracklisting: - La Foule - L'Accordeoniste - Je me souviens d'une Chanson - L'Hymne a I'amour - La Vie en rose - Sale petit Brouillard - Milord - Faut pas qu'il se figure - A quoi qa sert I'Amour - L'Homme a la moto - Mon Dieu - Mon Manege a moi - Les 3 Cloches - Mariage - La Goulante du pauvre Jean - Non, je ne regrette rien - Bravo pour le Clown Piaf: The Documentary This unique documentary tells the life story of the Little Sparrow, from her childhood raised in a brothel, performing on the road with her father and street-singing to avoid prostitution; to the heights of international fame, her great loves and her great losses. Featuring interviews with her childhood friend Mômone, her accordionist Marc Borel and more; rare footage of Piaf herself including home movies and an extraordinary interview at the time of her manager's murder in 1936, as well as an extract from Cocteau's Le Bel Indifferent from 1940; this is a rare opportunity to see Piaf as few in our lifetime have seen her, and discover the extraordinary depths of this slight young woman who became a towering legend.