Rust and Bone

Rust and Bone

Put in charge of his young son, Ali leaves Belgium for Antibes to live with his sister and her husband as a family. Ali's bond with Stephanie, a killer whale trainer, grows deeper after Stephanie suffers a horrible accident.

Ali (Matthias Schoenaerts), a former boxer and single father, meets Stephanie (Marion Cotillard) when he saves her from a brawl at the nightclub. After a horrible accident that leaves Stephanie confined to a wheelchair, Ali continues to help recover her will to live. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Anne S (it) wrote: This movie finally touches the surface of how breast cancer is being exploited for profit. Research is not focused on prevention because there's no money to be made in it. The research that is being done is repetitive and typically not shared with other researchers because everyone wants to be first to market with a better drug to maybe extend someone's life by 3 weeks, not necessarily to cure someone, because theres's no money in that. I'd love to see some of this money flowing away from pharmaceutical companies to prevention. We DO know that pollutants, be it in our water, food or in our environment (air we breathe, exposure at home to household chemicals & the personal products we use) in and of themselves lead to breast & other cancers. The cumulative effect of all of them together spell disaster for people's health. We need to refocus the money and efforts on cleaning up these sources and educating people on prevention. Until then, sadly don't expect a decline in beast cancer and especially don't expect to see anything beneficial coming out of the pharmaceutical companies who are also tied to the ones polluting out water, food air and products. Einsteins definition of insanity comes to mind when I think about the billions of dollars being turned over to these people for research. This movie just touched the surface. It could have went so much further. Hopefully it will inspire more movies like this to bring this issue to light for the general population and we can cause a shift in where all this money is going. Until then, YOU can make an impact by not contributing unless you know your dollars are going specifically to prevention, to directly support the women with breast cancer, or bringing about change to pollutants & the people who produce them! When are we as a nation going to say, it's our health that's at risk and we've had enough of literally being poisoned by big business?

Luke W (us) wrote: Let's hope this is the first of many specials for Aziz, who is far too funny to be flying under the radar like he is today.

Ikaika W (au) wrote: Better actors and better dialogue needed

Aaron G (jp) wrote: How did something this smart slip through the cracks and get green-lit? It defies Hollywood.

Tomas T (it) wrote: Waking up in Reno is a rather weak comedy road trip movie which provides few laughts here and there but ultimately collapses on itself by the rather corny story and a very lame end resolve. The now late Patrick Swayze definitely is the best what this show, his performance as the slow witted average Joe is above average. Billy Bob Thornton seems to do what he does best, that is being a somewhat sensible moron for the whole movie. The lady cast in the show are somewhat on side roles as the men take the center stage. Without further ado, Waking up in Reno the movie is watchable if one sets the expectations accordingly to a very low level.

Craig R (nl) wrote: Top movie, wish it was released on DVD...

Sean C (ca) wrote: Gregory Peck is excellent and there are some great scenes and character moments, but the film never comes together the way "Patton" did.

bill s (jp) wrote: A lot of hits while a few misses but overall very funny.

David B (jp) wrote: Dreadfully acted melodrama set in Paris where fickle Yves Montand lets down 40 year old Ingrid Bergman down romantically time and time again so she takes up with younger American Anthony Perkins causing gossip and mild scandal. Substandard performances all around and flatly directed with no dramatic tension to speak of or to make you care. Life amongst the Parisian elite proves boring entertainment and all the stars were at the top f their game which says it all about why this film was made!

jackson m (br) wrote: "Holiday" features all the best qualities of a screwball comedy (namely, the always great chemistry between Grant and Hepburn). However, what separates this comedy from rest - and despite the prototypical ending - is that Cukor tackles the thematics with a melancholic tone that other films within this context would not dare to flirt with.

Laurent P (br) wrote: Un polar bouseux trousse a la Coen bros en un peu moins caustique mais avec les memes tetes connues (Thornton ou Malovich) pour assurer brillamment les seconds roles.

Alex V (gb) wrote: Crazy Burton-esque take on a serial killer. Really pleasant to see Ryan act in a way that isn't Deadpoolian. Crazy. Woah.