SPHE Press Release: Rust and Bone (Blu-ray)

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    “One of the Best Pictures of the Year.”
    Stephen Holden, New York Times and
    Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times

    “A Hypnotic Film That Means to Shake You, And Does.
    Matthias Schoenarts is Superb. Marion Cotillard is Astonishing.”
    Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
    Golden Globe®-nominee
    Best Foreign Language Film and Best Actress in a Drama, Marion Cotillard
    Debuting on Blu-ray™ and DVD on March 19th

    Culver City, CA (February 11, 2013) – Sony Pictures Classics and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment are pleased to announce the Blu-ray™ and DVD release of Golden Globe® nominee (Best Foreign Language Film and Best Actress in a Drama, Marion Cotillard), RUST AND BONE on March 19th. Directed by Academy Award®-nominee Jacques Audiard (2010, Best Foreign Language Film, A Prophet) and written by Audiard and Thomas Bidegain, the film is loosely based on Craig Davidson’s short story collection of the same name, and stars Academy Award®-winner Marion Cotillard (2007 Best Actress, La Vie en Rose) and Matthias Schoenaerts (Bullhead).
    In addition to its Golden Globe nominations, RUST AND BONE was chosen as Best Film by the BFI London Film Festival, and Cotillard was awarded Actress of the Year by the Hollywood Film Festival. Cotillard was also nominated for SAG and BAFTA Awards for her lead performance. An official 2012 selection of the Toronto International Film Festival, the Cannes Film Festival and the Telluride Film Festival, the film is also nominated for Best International Film by the Independent Spirit Awards and Best Film Not in the English Language by the BAFTA Awards.
    Special features on the Blu-ray and DVD will include a commentary track with Jacques Audiard and Thomas Bidegain, six deleted scenes with commentary, and two featurettes: The “VFX Breakdown by Mikros” and “Making Rust and Bone: A Film by Antonin Peretjatko,” giving a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film. The Blu-ray and DVD also come with “On the Red Carpet: Toronto International Film Festival,” capturing cast and crew on the red carpet, answering questions and introducing the film for the TIFF screening.
    From the director of the multi-award-winning A Prophet, comes a gripping tale of two souls finding strength from each other after tragedy reunites them. Marion Cotillard (Academy Award® winner, 2008, Best Actress, La Vie En Rose) gives a tour-de-force performance as Stephanie, an orca trainer whose life is transformed when tragedy strikes during a show. Faced with unbearable circumstances she turns to Ali (Matthias Schoenaerts, Bullhead), a street boxer amidst his own battle of life-changing events. As their stories intersect, they navigate a gritty relationship in a world where love and courage appear in many forms.
    Special Features Include

    [*] Commentary with director/writer Jacques Audiard and co-writer Thomas Bidegain
    [*] Six deleted scenes with commentary
    [*] Making Rust and Bone: A Film by Antonin Peretjatko
    [*] VFX Breakdown by Mikros
    [*] On the Red Carpet: Toronto International Film Festival
    [/list] Rust and Bone was directed by Jacques Audiard and co-written by Audiard and Thomas Bidegain, based on “Rust and Bone” by Craig Davidson. The film was produced by Jacques Audiard, Martine Cassinelli and Pascal Caucheteux and stars Marion Cotillard and Matthias Schoenaerts.
    Rust and Bone has a running time of 120 minutes and is rated R for strong sexual content, brief graphic nudity, some violence and language. The film is in French with English subtitles.
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