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Rated R · 122 minutes · 2012

Drama, Romance
Actress Marion Cotillard burns a hole in the screen as Stéphanie, a marine animal trainer who loses her legs in a freak accident, and then finds peace of mind with a seemingly dull-witted bouncer/security guard named Ali (Matthias Schoenaerts). Director Jacques Audiard (A Prophet, The Beat that My Heart Skipped), working from a script he wrote with Thomas Bidegain (story by Craig Davidson), scores extra points by turning Stéphanie’s potentially mawkish situation into a story of rehabilitation by lust. Cotillard (The Dark Knight Rises, La Vie en Rose) has been sexy before, but never like this. (120 min.)


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Director: Jacques Audiard
Producer: Martine Cassinelli
Cast: Marion Cotillard, Matthias Schoenaerts, Armand Verdure, Céline Sallette, Corinne Masiero, Bouli Lanners, Jean-Michel Correia, Mourad Frarema and Yannick Choirat

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