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Films to look forward to at Phoenix

Two Days, One Night [Deux jours, une nuit] / 15
Fri 29 Aug - Thu 11 Sep - SHOWTIMES & TICKETS

Dir. Jean-Pierre & LucDardenne
Cast: Marion Cotillard
Belgium/Italy/France 2014, 1hr 35mins, subtitled

The Dardenne brothers return after 2011’s The Kid with a Bike with this brilliant drama about Belgian working class life. Mother of two Sandra (Cotillard, Rust and Bone, La Vie en Rose) loses her factory job due to a vote made by her co-workers; forced to choose between keeping her or their annual €1000 bonuses . Demanding a re-vote, Sandra is left with one weekend to convince each worker to choose solidarity over personal gains and keep her career. Sandra’s plight, and her fellow workers’ various anguished reactions to her plea make for riveting viewing. Cotillard is electric in the lead role and the film thoroughly deserves the awards it has picked up on the festival circuit.

The Hundred-Foot Journey
A guaranteed crowd-pleaser from the director of Chocolat and The Cider House Rules, The Hundred-Foot Journey stars Helen Mirren as Madame Mallory, the austere owner of a prestigious French restaurant who is aghast when an Indian restaurant opens just across the road. Clashing with the Kadam family and in particular the determined patriarch ‘Papa’ (Puri), Madame Mallory sets about sabotaging their restaurant - beginning with buying up the town’s entire supply of ingredients on her competitor’s opening night! As a grudging respect develops, despite their cold war, a funny and heart warming tale unfolds; whilst the burgeoning romance between Mirren and Puri adds a dash of spice.

Coming in October

Gone Girl
David Fincher returns with this adaptation of Gillian Flynn's best-selling novel. With his wife's disappearance having become the focus of an intense media circus, a man sees the spotlight turned on him when it's suspected that he may not be innocent.

Mr. Turner
Mike Leigh directs national treasure Timothy Spall (in Cannes best Actor winning form) in an exploration of the last quarter century of the great, if eccentric, British painter J.M.W. Turner's life.

*Please note date changes may occur, please see Now Showing and brochure for final confirmed listings