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Rust And Bone


Release
02 November 2012
Certificate 15
Cast
Marion Cotillard, Matthias Schoenaerts, Armand Verdure
Director(s)
Jacques Audiard
Screenwriter(s)
Jacques Audiard, Thomas Bidegain

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OUT 02 NOVEMBER 2012

Rust And Bone

Genres Drama

Film synopsis Ali (Schoenaerts), a drifter in his twenties, takes his young son to the south of France to shack up in his sister’s garage. Scoring a job as a bouncer, he has a chance encounter with a killer-whale trainer (Cotillard) that will affect them both.

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Tomorrows the day and I plan on seeing it at the fantastic Duke of Yorks in Brighton. If this doesn't turn out to be one of the best films of the year and if I don't leave the cinema in floods of tears then it wil be a let down  More

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L: adambatman82 I caught it a few days ago, and completely fell for it. It's a different beast entirely for Audiard, who is one of my favourite filmmakers, in so much that it's not a thriller. It still feels very much in the vein of his post-2000 work tho (Scorsese-esque hyper-violence etc). It's a really beautiful film, and had me in tears more than once (I fear I won't ever be able to hear Katy Perry's Fireworks again without breaking down!), and is up there with my favourites of the More

Posted by ElephantBoy at 21:47, 22 October 2012 | Report This Post

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I caught it a few days ago, and completely fell for it. It's a different beast entirely for Audiard, who is one of my favourite filmmakers, in so much that it's not a thriller. It still feels very much in the vein of his post-2000 work tho (Scorsese-esque hyper-violence etc). It's a really beautiful film, and had me in tears more than once (I fear I won't ever be able to hear Katy Perry's Fireworks again without breaking down!), and is up there with my favourites of the year.  More

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This looks incredible.  More

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One of my favourite current actresses and one of my favourite current directors, this should be a treat.  More

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Looking forward to this one after A Prophet. One of the best trailers I've seen for a fair while.  More

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