Two Days, One Night (2014), Luc Dardenne and Jean-Pierre Dardenne

I’ve never seen a Dardenne brothers film in a theater, and kept checking almost daily to see if it would play – and sure enough, a one theater limited release across town. I know this theater well as I drove out there to see The Grand Budapest Hotel and Moonrise Kingdom.

Two regulars from his previous films: Fabrizio Rongione and Olivier Gourmet. Two great songs, one rock, one by Petula Clark.

I sat glued to my seat through the credits until the screen went black, which doesn’t happen very often.

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