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3 things about Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne's TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT

Two Days, One Night

1. After using the children’s water cup, she replaces the toothbrushes and puts it back on the shelf
2. She leans against the painted concrete wall and waits. 19 more words

An Introduction to Two Days, One Night (Dardenne brothers, 2014): Cinema made in Wallonia

This blog post was initially produced for http://blogs.exeter.ac.uk/screentalks/ By Jamie Steele In 2005, the Dardenne brothers became part of a select group of only seven filmmakers to have won the Cannes film festival’s Palme d’Or on more than one occasion. 1,762 more words

Belgian Cinema

0268 | Deux Jours, Un Nuit (Two Days, One Night)

This well-regarded 2014 film by the Dardenne brothers, Jean-Pierre and Luc, is a fine showcase for the talented actress Marion Cotillard, who is followed obediently by hand-held cameras throughout and delivers an excellent performance that was rightly nominated for an Oscar. 1,017 more words



Pareciera que las películas que he visto siguen los criterios de mis preocupaciones más recientes. Pero no, todo se trata de una mera coincidencia. Últimamente pienso en la fragilidad de la existencia humana ante las súperestructuras -ante la economía, la política y la disidencia colectiva-. 386 more words

REVIEW: "Two Days, One Night"

I have this insatiable appetite for watching great actors or actresses work. I mean we all appreciate good acting, but for me there is something special about losing myself in great performances – a type of overwhelming and unequivocal admiration which enhances any moviegoing experience I may have. 680 more words

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Two Days, One Night (Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne, 2014)

Continuing this week at the SIFF Uptown is the latest from neo-realist Belgian masters Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, Two Days, One Night, their first foray into movie-stardom thanks to an Oscar-nominated performance from Marion Cotillard (The Dardennes themselves have never been nominated for an Academy Award, though they have accomplished the rare feat of twice winning the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival). 287 more words

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Two Days or Bucharest (This Week's Movies)

Links to reviews I published this week in the Herald and Seattle Weekly.

Two Days, One Night. “Devastating.” (In case of Herald paywall, … 59 more words