Entertainment Weekly ran an article about this year's Golden Globes, and gets a nice quote from Marion:
For the year's many provocative smaller films, like Diving Bell, No Country For Old Men, Juno, and There Will Be Blood, the spotlight of a glitzy awards show would have been particularly welcome. "A lot of movies this year are about something," says Schnabel. For her part, Marion Cotillard, who won best actress in a musical or comedy for her performance as Edith Piaf in La Vie en Rose, is trying to maintain a healthy perspective, despite the fact that she was deprived of her first big red-carpet moment. (Cotillard looks nothing like she did in Rose.) "I'm not disappointed or bittersweet," she says. "I'm just enjoying this. I can't try and think what it could have been."