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Sep 2012
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from Canoe – Toronto Sun (Canada) / by Liz Braun Marion Cotillard seems to have her feet firmly on the ground. This is no small thing, considering both her head-turning level of celebrity and the seven inch high heels she sported at in interview session in Toronto on Friday. The Oscar-winning actress, 37, is in town to promote Rust & Bone, a gala presentation at TIFF. The film is a

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Sep 2012
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from Vogue.com (US) / by John Powers After spending all that time undercover, I needed a drink, so I moseyed over to Moët & Chandon’s dinner for Rust and Bone, a satisfying new French melodrama by one of my favorite directors, Jacques Audiard, whose work is an almost perfect blend of French realism and Hollywood mythology. This movie is all about the relationship between a marine-world trainer (Marion Cotillard) who

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Sep 2012
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from The Playlist / by Rodrigo Perez While it may have seemed premature on paper, the Telluride Film Festival’s celebration of 37-year-old French actress Marion Cotillard’s body of work last weekend is arriving right on the crest of her career apogee, a period we may look back on in several decades and compare to the way Jeanne Moreau and Catherine Deneuve dominated the ’60s with their ubiquity. Valid Oscar talk

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Sep 2012
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from CBS Detroit (US) / by Karen McDevitt After only the first day, the Toronto International Film Festival is in full swing. Exclusive parties (and scuttlebutt about them) abound, including one for which, apparently, even the furniture was flown in from France. As for the films, last night’s premiere of Jacques Audiard’s “Rust and Bone” did not disappoint. Well, let me rephrase that a bit. The Elgin Theatre (I was

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Sep 2012
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from The Globe and Mail A small room in the Intercontinental Hotel feels for a moment as far away from Toronto as possible. Marion Cotillard is sitting on the sofa, playing with the strap on her red sandals. She moves continually as she speaks, her lips apart as she gazes across the room, searching for an English word. It’s odd being suddenly alone in a room with an Oscar-winning, Dior-modeling,