Two Days, One Night

Two Days, One Night ★★★★½

It's been so long since I've watched a movie with such a low budget but with unquestionable quality which I even forgot how easily it can impress,this in particular follow a newly unemployed mother who due to an ex-coworker she gets a deadline to convince the employees of the company she worked to give up the salary bonus so that he can return to her job,during this journey,it's possible to realize each reaction with fairly distinctiveness of each person listening Sandra saying the same things which previously had already said to someone,there's selfishness,there's ignorance,but also there's compassion.Throughout embarrassing and frustrating situations,her emotional distress gradually worsens,Cotillard killed it and I highlight the camera movements able to add more veracity,by the way,the last dialogue between the lead role and the ex-boss is a cold slap of reality.

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