Two Days, One Night directed by Jean-Pierre Dardonne (Belgium/France/Italy) 2014 takes a look at work from an unusual perspective. It focuses on a tense, harrowing weekend challenge for an employee of a small factory fighting for her job.
She must convince colleagues to vote in favor of her return to work rather than choosing a large bonus for themselves. It’s a hard sell for individuals economically stressed and reveals the numerous difficulties faced by workers.
The film screens Saturday night 11 October 2014 at the Sequoia 1 and Sunday afternoon 12 October 2014 at the Rafael 1 during Mill Valley Film Festival 37.
Contact California Film Institute for more information.
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