Céline (2008)

TV Movie   |  PG   |    |  Biography, Drama, Music

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A biopic on singer Céline Dion.


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1 May 2007 | david-black-1
| At last a biography of Celine Dions life shown on screen
This is the life story of Celine Dion from growing up in Charlemagne a small Provence of Quebec. Watching her family make music she was inspired to sing and be the centre of attention dropping out of school at a young age and singing live for the first time at the age of 5 at her brothers wedding.

This film chronicles her life as a success in Quebec and rising to the big time,her first big hit in France to moving on and winning the 1988 eurovision song contest. The following years sees the release of her her first single and in 1990 her 3 million selling Unison album. This film also shows her successful move up the showbiz ladder. Having most of her English albums sell over 10 million copies (2 of which sold over 32 million copies each eventually selling 250 million albums and singles to becoming a renowned las Vegas show girl.

This film is definitely one to look out for.

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10 May 2008



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Cambridge, Ontario, Canada

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