Rust and Bone is a 2012 movie by Jacques Audiard featuring Mathias Schoenaerts and one of our favorite actresses Marion Cotillard.
Ali is in charge of his 5-year-old son and barely makes ends meet. He moves to his sister's and tries to work things out. Stephanie is a killer whale trainer with a complicated personal life. These two meet at a club for the first time but bond later after Stephanie goes through a terrible, life changing accident and loses everything.
Ali is the one who brings Stephanie back to life and helps her with readapting to the world. He is the only one who treats her as a normal person and doesn't pity her.
I knew Marion Cotillard was one of the most talented actresses out there but I fell in love with her all over again after this movie. She does such a great job portraying Stephanie's pain and suffering.
The movie is really emotional. Both characters struggle through life but in the end things go better for both of them and they find what they were looking for. We recommend this movie to everyone who wants to see a great acting and an amazing story of two very different people finding the peace together.
Akhvlediani (1898-1975) was Georgian painter,graphic artist and theater
decorator.Her parents were people out of the common.Elene,Just as the other
artists of her generation-David Kakabadze,Lado Gudiashvili and Keto
Magalashvili-started her works in the early decades of the twentieth
century.These masters achievements,based on the legacy of national and European
culturs,have largely determined the distinctive features of Georgian Soviet art
and have not lost their importance to this day.In 1922 Akhvlediani entered the
painting department of the Tiflis Academy of Arts.The class was conducted by
Gigo Gabashvili,the acknowledged master of genre and portrait painting.She
spent about two years in Italy and studied the Italian language and was drawing
a great deal.After 2 years spent in Italy,Elene went to Paris.In 1924 Elene
Akhvlediani continued her studies in Paris, at the famous Académie Colarossi,
founded by Italian sculptor Filippo Colarossi and took part in various
exhibitions.1925 - 1927 exhibitions organized by the “Salon of the
Independents” and the “Autumn Salon”. 1926 First solo exhibition at the “Quatre
Chemins” gallery.After returning to Georgia she held various exhibitions in
Tbilisi, Telavi and Kutaisi.She worked with Kote Marjanishvili for Kutaisi
Theatre as well as for the theatres of Tbilisi, Moscow, Kiev and Leningrad, in
total making the stage designs for 70 performances.From 1950s she began to work
in cinema design. She designed costumes for the films “Chrichina” (Cricket),
“Eter’s Song”, “Ceased Song” and for Sergo Parajanov’s film “Color of
Pomegranate” (unrealized project).At the end of 1950s she travelled to the
Baltic States and the Czech Republic and created series of landscapes of
Tallinn and Bratislavan.In 1960s she restored the tradition that had been
practiced by Boris Vogel and together with a group of artists started
travelling in different regions of Georgia, organizing various exhibitions to
encompass a wide range of their work along the road.