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Rust and BoneAli (Matthias Schoenaerts), a former boxer and single father, meets Stephanie (Marion Cotillard) when he saves her from a brawl at the nightclub. After a horrible accident that leaves Stephanie confined to a wheelchair, Ali continues to help recover her will to live.Keywords:
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Directors of "Rust and Bone"Jacques AudiardBirthdate: 30 April 1952, Paris, France
Creators of "Rust and Bone"Jacques AudiardBirthdate: 30 April 1952, Paris, FranceThomas Bidegain
Critic Reviews of "Rust and Bone"Film.comJuly 27, 2013
An emotionally gripping if slightly meandering drama marked by two powerful lead performances.Miami HeraldJanuary 11, 2013
The movie wanders off course in the final act, as if none of its three screenwriters could quite figure out how to end it.Detroit NewsJanuary 11, 2013
"Rust" has some lovely scenes - Alain carrying Stephanie out to the sea - but it seems to wander off in search of something it already has, and in wandering, it loses its way.St. Louis Post-DispatchJanuary 11, 2013
"Rust and Bone" has heart and soul.Seattle TimesJanuary 10, 2013
"Rust and Bone" seems to wander unexpectedly into its heart; it feels organic in its casual unfolding, like life itself.NewsdayJanuary 10, 2013
You couldn't ask for a more random relationship, but "Rust and Bone" slowly, almost magically, gives it meaning, symbolism, even a kind of symmetry.CinemixtapeApril 17, 2016
Built like an old, beat-up bomber - not necessarily the sleekest or most reliable, but perfectly engineered to drop emotional projectiles on its audience.Independent Online (South Africa)March 02, 2016
A slow meander through the lives of two very different people who make a connection. Often difficult to watch because it is raw emotion and pain coming at you from all corners, it is still fascinating because of two intriguing performances.NewcityApril 10, 2014
Audiard visits a physicality that isn't necessarily female or male, but of the body, and toward the body, as in Cotillard's wide, lidded eyes when she watches him punching, thumping and bleeding in illegal bare-fisted takedown fights.Film Comment MagazineJune 20, 2013
It's a film for people who believe that fallen souls aren't inevitably destined to become lost ones.Arkansas Democrat-GazetteApril 27, 2013
...while all the admittedly well-wrought details engage us on an intellectual level and keep us watching, the film doesn't linger in the imagination the way truly great cinema doesScreenwizeApril 23, 2013
there is no denying the cinematic power of Audiard's fearless storytelling
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