‘Two Days’ tracks desperation of working class (Our grade: B+)

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Fabrizio Rongione and Marion Cotillard, who has been nominated for a best actress Oscar, star in "Two Days, One Night." (Sundance Selects)
Fabrizio Rongione and Marion Cotillard, who has been nominated for a best actress Oscar, star in "Two Days, One Night." (Sundance Selects)

Fabrizio Rongione and Marion Cotillard, who has been nominated for a best actress Oscar, star in “Two Days, One Night.” (Sundance Selects)

By Moira Macdonald – Seattle Times

At the heart of the Dardenne brothers’ naturalistic drama “Two Days, One Night” is a dilemma so simple and so timely, it barely feels like fiction.

Sandra (Marion Cotillard), a mother of two and a worker in a small Belgian factory, is given notice of a layoff on a Friday; she was out on sick leave, suffering from depression.

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