Brilliant, excellent, beautiful… You can find that on every single poster these days. But, let’s be honest, Rust And Bone, an upcoming Jacques Audiard‘s movie (opens this month, by the way) definitely looks like a powerfully human and life-affirming drama. You already had a chance to see some cool clips, TV spots and trailers for the movie, and today we’re here to share the latest quad poster for the whole thing. Hope you’ll like it!
Audiard co-wrote the Rust And Bone script together with Thomas Bidegain, and as we previously reported the story centers on an unemployed 25-year-old man played by Matthias Schoenaеrts who falls in love with a killer whale trainer, played by Marion Cotillard. The rest of the cast also includes Bouli Lanners, Celine Sallette and Corinne Masiero.
It all begins in the North of France. Ali suddenly finds himself with a five-year-old child on his hands. »
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