La Vie en Rose (literally Life in Pink (with the figurative meaning "life through rose colored glasses"); released in France as La Môme, referring to Piaf's nickname "La Môme Piaf" (meaning "baby sparrow, birdie, little sparrow"), is a 2007 French and Canadian biographical musical film about the life of French singer Édith Piaf co-written, and directed by Olivier Dahan. Marion Cotillard stars as Piaf. The title La Vie en Rose comes from Piaf's signature song. The film won five Césars, including one for Best Actress, and Cotillard won an Academy Award for her performance, marking the first time an Oscar had been given for a French-language role. She is also the first French actress to win a Comedy or Musical Golden Globe for a foreign language role. La Vie en Rose became one of the only French films to win more than one Oscar; the other being for Makeup.