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Dec 2012
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from Popmatters / by Jose Solís Mayén Why do you think people think of Marion Cotillard as such an awards magnet? There is a moment in Rust and Bone that’s so unique and unexpected it even makes you wish Katy Perry had written “Firework” for the movie, just so it had a chance at winning the Best Original Song Oscar. This movie is a success on so many surprising levels

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Dec 2012
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from IndieWire / by Nigel M Smith If the Academy Awards pundits (Indiewire’s own Peter Knegt included) are to be trusted, Marion Cotillard will in all likelihood be up for her second golden statue next year thanks to her searing performance in “Rust and Bone,” Jacques Audiard’s moving follow-up to his Oscar-nominated 2009 crime drama “A Prophet.” (Cotillard made history in 2008 as the first to take home the Best

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Dec 2012
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from Newsweek Magazine (US) / by Marlow Stern Marion Cotillard on motherhood, the 1 percent, and her Rust and Bone role that will make you do a double take. I liked being watched. I liked turning guys on. Getting them worked up. But then I’d get bored. Such is the modus vivendi of Stéphanie, a callous temptress played by Marion Cotillard in the new French drama Rust and Bone. An