Ever-enterprising French writer-director Jacques Audiard follows his brilliant crime picture A Prophet with his rather particular take on a modern love story, handled in characteristically abrasive and original fashion. Marion Cotillard plays a biologist who loses both legs in a freak accident at a waterpark tourist attraction, and unlikely salvation arrives in the form of Matthias Schoenaerts, a part-time bouncer and reluctant single parent who sees a money-making opportunity in the bare-knuckle boxing game.
To celebrate Rust and Bone screening at the IFI until November 22nd, we are exhibiting 8 visuals in our foyer (see image below!) and will give one of these, plus Craig Davidson’s collection of short stories (on which the film is based) to 8 lucky winners!
Simply answer the question below before midnight, Monday, November 12th 2012.
Prize courtesy of Studiocanal. Competition closes at midnight, Monday November 12th 2012. The 8 winners will be chosen at random from the correct answers on November 13th and notified soon after. Please note that winners cannot choose which visual they receive.
Rust and Bone runs at the IFI until November 22nd. Watch the trailer:
ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME DOUBLE BILL: MAY 2018
FAKE VIEWS: TIM’S VERMEER
IFI & ILFD: MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER (IFI Family)
LET THE SUNSHINE IN
ON CHESIL BEACH
15.40, 18.00, 20.20
THE YOUNG KARL MARX
TRUST NO ONE: THE LOST HONOUR OF KATHERINA BLUM
The IFI is supported by The Arts Council