The Measure Of A Man DVD

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At the age of 51 and after twenty months of unemployment, Thierry (Vincent Lindon) starts a new job in security at a supermarket that soon brings him face to face with a moral dilemma. How much is he willing to accept in order to keep his job is the central question that Measure of a Man (La Loi du Marché) addresses. For his role as Thierry, Vincent Lindon, who was the only professional actor in the film, was awarded the Palme for Best Actor at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, as well as the Cesar for Best Actor in 2016, the French equivalent of the British BAFTA.... - See more at: http://www.newwavefilms.co.uk/view-film-detail.html?viewListing=MTM3#sthash.BY0r2HkH.dpuf [show more]

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Released
12 September 2016
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
New Wave 
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Runtime
91 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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5055159200813 
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Vincent Lindon stars in this French social drama co-written and directed by Stéphane Brizé. Having been laid-off more than a year ago, 51-year-old former factory worker Thierry Taugourdeau (Lindon) is increasingly struggling to make ends meet with his small monthly unemployment supplement. Trying desperately to provide for his wife (Karine De Mirbeck) and disabled teenage son (Matthieu Schaller), Thierry's lengthy search for work finally leads him to become an in-store security guard at a large supermarket where he is tasked with monitoring the store's CCTV system and deterring any potential thieves. How will he cope with dealing with his fellow desperate citizens who are also just trying their best to make ends meet?

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