Recommended. It’s clearly a coincidence, but the last two movies reviewed herein have been immersed in lefty politics. For Two Days, One Night, the message is the medium. Academy-Award winner Marion Cotillard (La Vie En Rose) gives another Oscar-nominated performance this time as a woman attempting to keep her job with for a vile company. The Dardienne brothers (The Child) use the petit bourgeoisie of Liège to document the way high-tech management successfully isolates and ruthlessly exploits non-union workers. Much as it does in the US. Cotillard’s talented expression needs no dialogue to indicate her motivation as she desperately tries to keep her job and sanity, even her life. The only misstep of this film is why she would cling to such a cruel employer, even out of economic desperation . . . a case which is never made. Fabrizio Rongione (The Words of My Father) also excels as her fiercely loyal husband.