PLAY MORE FUN GAMES AT
On a cold day in January, Marion Cotillard, 37, got a warm welcome in Cambridge, Mass., where she was honored as the Woman of the Year by Harvard University’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals. After a parade through Harvard Square in a convertible, the Paris native was toasted and roasted at the club’s dinner, where she sang a bit of “La Vie en Rose,” the title tune from the film for which she won an Oscar.
CHANGES KEEP SCORE
1. The tail of the costume, left, is raised.
2. There are more trees on the blanket.
3. There is an additional pink ribbon on the headdress, left.
4. On the left performer’s finger, the ring has moved up.
5. The headdress, left, has a narrower chin strap.
6. Cotillard’s left lapel is wider.
7. The earring on the performer, right, has moved.
8. There is an additional tear-shaped pattern on the costume of the performer, right.
9. There is one more gold medallion on the sleeve of the performer, right.
10. The person in the background, far right, has moved down.