Two Days, One Night (2014)

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“Two Days, One Night, as many have said, is no genre change for the Dardennes. They do it so well, so why not keep doing it? It’s all here – the feel you’re thrown in the deep end with the characters, right in the middle of what’s happening, the trademark social conscience, even the soft colour scheme with plenty of plenty of pastels is here. Yes, by and large, there’s nothing new here. But, with the addition of established star Marion Cotillard (a rare quality in Dardenne films), other slight changes are made. So slight, in fact, they barely make the grass sway, but with many other filmmakers, they would very nearly whip up a cyclone.”

Check out my review on This is Film 


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