PARIS– Michael Haneke’s “Amour” swept the 38th Cesar Awards Friday, taking home wins for film, director, actress (Emmanuelle Riva), actor (Jean-Louis Trintignant) and original screenplay. “Amour”…
When Marion Cotillard first read the script of French-language drama "Rust and Bone," her character, Stephanie, was a mystery to her.
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Applause greeted Marion Cotillard's arrival at Sony Pictures Classics' "Rust and Bone" lunch Nov. 28 at Gotham's Brasserie Ruhlmann. Meanwhile, her lesser known co-star, Matthias Schoenaerts, proved…
A woman loses her legs in freak accident with killer whale after forming a bond with a drifter-bouncer who rescues her dignity from a nightclub brawl. A cinematic miracle has taken place in "Rust and…
Most of the time you find yourself observing a character from the outside. Occasionally, you are forced to sit in the driver's seat and not only empathize with but justify actions, regardless of how…
Jacques Audiard's "Rust and Bone" won the Star of London for film Saturday night at the 56th BFI London Film Festival's awards ceremony at Banqueting Hall in Whitehall.
Sony Pictures Classics has dated Jacques Audiard's romance-suspenser "Rust and Bone" for a Nov. 16 release in the U.S.
An impressive if somewhat overblown exercise in contrasts, starring "Bullhead" breakout Matthias Schoenaerts and French siren Marion Cotillard as a pair whose daily fight for survival all but…
Marion Cotillard ("The Dark Night Rises," "Inception") is set to star in Jacques Audiard's "Rust and Bone," the Gallic helmer's followup to "A Prophet," which took 2009's Cannes fest by storm.
Three adults are haunted by the emotional legacy of a child molester and murderer in "Rust," a strikingly made pic that, while crafted down to the last detail, lacks subtlety where it counts most.