‘Rust and Bone‘ has been available to buy on DVD & Blu-ray in the UK since February 25. These are the extras: – Audio Commentary with Jacques Audiard, Thomas Bidegain and Arnaud Calistri – Making of Rust and Bone – The Special Effects of Rust and Bone – Deleted Scenes – Trailer There’s also a 2-disc exclusive edition, available for a limited time only at Sainsbury’s which includes these additional
Actress, mother, environmental campaigner – Marion Cotillard is a woman of many facets. With her long legs curled under her on a couch, huge soft eyes and heart-shaped face, the film character Marion Cotillard most immediately resembles is Bambi. It’s not an impression that lasts long, however. Cotillard, whose riveting performance as a drug-addicted Edith Piaf in La Vie en Rose won her an Oscar in 2008 and paved her
FOR most people, playing a young woman who has her legs amputated isn’t the easiest of film roles to take on, but Marion Cotillard says that she had the perfect distraction from the intensity of her Rust and Bone character.
SHE may have become a fashion icon, but Marion Cotillard’s heart lies in playing roles with soul. Marion Cotillard is exactly as I expect when I meet her. Clad in an ivory-hued Dior pencil skirt and shirt, with nude Louboutin heels, she’s sophisticated, glamorous and charming. But despite her poise and style, she’s famous for choosing roles that enable her to disappear into a character and mask her good looks.
Marion won Best Actress at Etoiles d’Or (Golden Stars) for her performance in ‘De rouille et d’os‘ (‘Rust and Bone‘). The film itself won five awards (Desplat also won Score). A reminder that the Césars are on this Friday. Credit to Cineuropa for information. Best Film, Best Actress (Marion Cotillard), Best Screenplay (Jacques Audiard and Thomas Bidegain) and Best Male Newcomer (Matthias Schoenaerts). With four prizes in this 14th edition of