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In conversation with Marion Cotillard

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With film roles varying from the Oscar-winning performance of Edith Piaf to Batman, it should hardly come as a surprise that Marion Cotillard's latest film choice is daring.

In Rust and Bone, she plays Stéphanie, a killer whale trainer who suffers a horrific freak accident and is forced to live with the consequences amid an unlikely friendship with amateur fighter Ali (Matthias Schoenaerts).

Stylist sat down with the star to discuss the movie, as well as celebrity culture and what it's like to be a mother in Hollywood...

Interview: Sophie Haslett, video editor: Esther Hong

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