You can't keep Marion Cotillard away from Cannes, it seems: as it stands, this will be her fifth film to screen at the festival in four years. The same could be said for the Dardennes, with Two Days, One Night being their sixth film in competition there. They've never come home empty-handed either, with a record-equalling two Palme d'Ors, a Grand Prix, a Best Screenplay award and an Ecumenical Jury Special Mention. Could they set the record outright with this, the story of a woman who is forced to convince her colleagues to refuse their bonuses if she is to save herself from redundancy. A British and Irish release will follow its Cannes competition screening on the 22nd of August; no US release has been determined at present.