Coco Chanel Trailer

Coco Chanel Trailer (2008)

13 September 2008 Drama, Romance 139 mins

Italian-French-British TV film targeting the US audience, about the fashion icon Coco Chanel. The film begins with the fashion goddess (deftly played by Shirley MacLaine) in her twilight years, steeped in wealth and fame, still issuing game-changing designs and collections. From here the biopic looks backwards to the woman's upbringing in an orphanage, and traces her path to ubiquity as it winds through poverty, wars, doomed romances, and rather glamorous betrayals.

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Cast

Shirley MacLaine

as Coco Chanel

Malcolm McDowell

as Marc Bouchier

Jean-Claude Dreyfus

as Paul Poiret

Barbora Bobuľová

as Young Coco Chanel

Brigitte Boucher

as Madame de Rochefort

Cécile Cassel

as Gabrielle Dorziat

Robert Dawson

as Lord Fry

Crew

International Releases Dates

France 29 December 2008

Italy 05 October 2008

United States 13 September 2008

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