Nov. 06 - ''Rust and Bone'' premieres at the AFI Fest in Los Angeles, California. Alicia Powell reports.
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Marion Cotillard and Matthias Schoenaerts bring their new film to the American Film Institute's film festival in Los Angeles.
The pair star in "Rust and Bone" -- a love story between a whale trainer and an unemployed 25-year-old man.
Their relationship is complicated after an accident leaves Cotillard's character an amputee and sees her longing for a deeper relationship with Schoenaerts' character.
Cotillard says the characters' circumstances draw them closer together.
SOUNDBITE: Marion Cotillard, actress, saying (English)
"Without what happens in their lives, without everything they go through, they probably wouldn't look at each other the way they finally look at each other."
"Rust and Bone" will have a limited U.S. release on November 23rd.
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