Backstage presents An Evening With…Sony Classics’ “Rust and Bone," followed by a Q&A with actor Matthias Schoenaerts.
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“Rust and Bone,” filmmaker Jacques Audiard’s moving romantic drama based on Craig Davidson’s short story collection, boasts a thoroughly complex woman at its core.
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Jacques Audiard's script for "Rust and Bone" had a big impact on actor Matthias Schoenaerts. "He gave me the screenplay, and then I read it, and it just blew my mind," Audiard said at a Nov. 13 screening of the film.
In “Rust and Bone,” Cotillard plays Stephanie, an orca trainer who loses her legs in a tragic accident.
Even as the movie piles on melodramatic tragedies, Marion Cotillard and Matthias Schoenaerts give eminently watchable, painfully believable performances as the physically and emotionally damaged leads.