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Two Days One Night

TWO DAYS ONE NIGHT

OUT ON DVD & BLU RAY 20TH OCTOBER

Running time: 99 Minutes // Certificate: 15 // DVD £15.99 / BR £19.99

In what is already being heralded as one of her greatest performances, Marion Cotillard (Rust and BoneMidnight in Paris) plays Sandra who has her employment threatened by the very people she works with when, behind her back, upper management offer the workforce a significant bonus if they vote for Sandra to lose her job.

With only a single weekend to spare she must confront each of her co-workers and persuade them to change their decision so she can maintain her livelihood. Join Sandra on her precarious, humbling and inspirational journey.

EXTRAS

Interview with Marion Cotillard

Interview with Luc & Jean-Pierre Dardenne

Trailer

 

 

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