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Interesting Movies of 2014

2014 has come to an end and it is time to reflect on this year. Like every movie lover this is time when I want to know what all good/bad movies I saw this year. 1,109 more words

Best Foreign Language

Two Days, One Night (2014) Movie Review

Will you sacrifice your bonus for a co-worker to get her job back?  295 more words


Friday film of the week: Two Days, One Night

Two Days, One Night (directed by the Dardenne brothers, Belgium, 2014)

                                                Marion Cottilard as the depressive Sandra fighting to get her job back

What a central performance by the ever talented Marion Cotillard – depression and brief moments of happiness achingly and subtlety conveyed through tone of voice, facial expression, body language. 194 more words

Friday Film Of The Week

Two Days, One Night (2014)

I’m still catching up on the work of the Dardenne brothers. I’ve seen The Child and just that was enough for me to get all the praise heaped on them. 200 more words

Media Diet

The Dardenne Brothers on Marion Cotillard 'Disappearing' Into 'Two Days, One Night'

Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne are effusive talkers on any number of subjects, but good luck getting them to shut up about the best movie they’ve seen recently — a marvel of beautifully observed realism, carefully grounded in the quotidian details of working-class life, and featuring an outstanding big-screen debut by a young actor with no formal training. 1,770 more words


'Two Days, One Night'

A superior slice of ‘everyday experience’, Two Days, One Night draws us into the debate unfolding on the screen. It’s another feather in the cap of the Belgian auteurs, the Dardenne Brothers, whose trademark exploration of social conscience results in natural and unsentimental features. 35 more words