• GIBSONS Gibsons Heritage Playhouse, MONDAYS at 7:30pm, doors at 7pm
• SECHELT Sechelt Seniors' Centre, SUNDAYS at 2pm.
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Fall 2013 November 4 in Gibsons
France/Belgium 2012, 120 min, drama. French with English subtitles.
Director: Jacques Audiard
Rust and Bone is a raw, unflinching, against-all-odds love story that set French box-office records. Broke, homeless, and drifting, Ali (Mathias Schoensaerts) struggles to make a living for himself and his son. They relocate to the French Riviera to live with his sister in her cramped apartment while he focuses on a burgeoning career as a back-alley boxer. He crosses paths with Orca-trainer Stephanie (Academy-Award-winning Marion Cotillard) — who suffers a horrible accident — and the unlikely pair falls into a tender, tentative courtship, generating an irresistible chemistry in their strange romance and creating a not-to-be-missed film.
Manohla Dargis wrote in The New York Times that “the movie worked me over, then won me over.”
Cannes 2012: Rust and Bone. Review in The Guardian by Peter Bradshaw, May 2012.
Wresting a new role into its full rebirth, Marion Cotillard talks about Rust and Bone with Kristen Hohenadel, New York Times, November 2012.
Cate Blanchett on Marion Cotillard in ‘Rust and Bone’, Variety, November 2012.
Best Independent International Film 2012 at the BFI London Film Awards.
Nominated for the Palme d'Or at Cannes, and two Golden Globes.
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