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Two Days, One Night, and ten movies to go...*

Marion Cotillard is the heart of the quiet Belgian film, Deux Jours, Une Nuit (Two Days, One Night), which refers to the amount of time her character Sandra has to convince her coworkers to forgo their bonuses in order to let her keep her job. 401 more words


Two Days, One Night

Rating: 4/5

Directed by: Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne
Starring: Marion Cotillard, Fabrizio Rongione, Catherine Salée

There’s a bit of Mary Tyrone in Sandra, the working-class Belgian woman played with power and pathos by Marion Cotillard in… 822 more words

2014 Films

Deux Jours, Une Nuit [Two Days, One Night]- Film Review

Deux Jours, Une Nuit is a 2014 Belgian drama film directed by Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne. It is a realistic social drama witnessed through the eyes of a mother who tries to win back her job by desperately petitioning to her co-workers with the help of her husband. 385 more words

Movie review: Two Days, One Night gives praise for human spirit

Two Days, One Night
(Deux jours, une nuit)
Four stars out of five
Starring: Marion Cotillard, Fabrizio Rongione, Catherine Salée
Directed by: Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne… 606 more words


Two Days, One Night highlights power in minimalist filmmaking of Dardennes with Marion Cotillard

With their new film, Two Days, One Night, the sibling directors Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne have stayed true to their spare but powerful aesthetic, using handheld camera, extended scenes often featuring simple framing in two-shots and straight-forward, understated smash cuts to move the story along. 948 more words


Two Days, One Night, Two Films, Three and a Half Billion Women

Two days, two films about gorgeous women mentally falling apart, so completely different.

First, in theaters everywhere – well, in two theaters here in New York anyway – the Dardenne Brothers are showing that they still got it. 1,324 more words

Deux jours, une nuit (Two Days, One Night)

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My mother’s sisters and my father’s sisters and my grandmother all watched over us. If they hadn’t, I don’t know what would have become of us, in that sad house, where nothing ever changed, where life had come to a standstill.

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