Pieces of a Woman | Official Trailer | Netflix

Pieces of a Woman | Official Trailer | Netflix

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From award-winning director Kornél Mundruczó (WHITE GOD) and executive producer Martin Scorsese, PIECES OF A WOMAN is a deeply personal, searing, and ultimately transcendent story of a woman (Vanessa Kirby – Best Actress Winner, Venice Film Festival 2020) learning to live alongside her loss.

In Select Theaters December 30, 2020.
And on Netflix globally January 7, 2021.

Winner – Best Film – Arca CinemaGiovani Award
Winner – Best Actress – Vanessa Kirby
Nominee – Best Film – Golden Lion

Nominee – Best Canadian Feature Film

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Pieces of a Woman | Official Trailer | Netflix


22 thoughts on “Pieces of a Woman | Official Trailer | Netflix”

  1. Avatar of Mel4nie

    I agree that this subject was needed to be portrait in a movie for sure,. But I don't agree that when tragedy like this happens it's not always the midwive's fault and anybody's fault for that matter. And I don't agree that couples end up destroying each other and swaring at each other like that. It's one outcome exposed but some heal way differently than what is portrait in this movie, some couples live it togehter in a loving healthy way.

  2. Avatar of Gail A.

    Man, I wanted to like this movie more than I did. It was kind of boring and did not seem to have a message. Why did Martha promise Sean that she would not give their baby to science then completely go back on her word? Sean cheated on his wife with her cousin, accepted money from his mother-in-law, and left his wife, and that was it for his character? Martha planted apple trees and lived happily ever after with her new daughter? Seriously, what was the message of this movie? Why did they make a big deal about the trial if they were not going to show us the outcome? Eva definitely downplayed what was going on during the home birth, and Sean only said that they might have to go to the hospital. Martha never refused to go as Eva’s lawyer made it seem.

  3. Avatar of L.J. Harwood Esq.

    The basic message of the film was "losing a child at birth is terrible, but it could have been worse… like [accidentally] getting pregnant, not having access to a safe and legal abortion, then being forced to take care of a child that you know you couldn't afford to raise". Obviously, the last parts weren't the point of the film, but it might as well have been…since people love to put twists on things that have nothing to do with other things, because dichotomies exist for a reason. Art is whatever you make art to be, not what others told you it should. Also, Shia being a reasonable adult in this film is just laughable considering he's anything but that in real life. He is hell on the set, and hell on the screen as well. But hey, least that's being consistent…right?


  4. Avatar of Rinah Githaiga

    Just watched this film today and my heart broke. We're so used to see the pain of childloss from a mother's point of view. But this film depicted perfectly how it affects everyone not just the mother. Shia LaBeouf brought me to tears a number of times and I deeply sympathised with him. He was deeply emotional and vulnerable and raw and I loved that!

  5. Avatar of sirendipitybritt

    We just need to stop for a minute and talk about how fan f*cking tastic these two actors are. And together in these roles? . Just wow! Sometimes moments happen and I can be proud to be a millennial. Donald Glover, Lady Gaga, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Swift, Evan Peters. Beyoncé (Shia and V Kirby) Yeah, you know, etc. Some of us aren’t half bad. Thank you and you’re welcome! Let’s go cure cancer and aids now. 😊

  6. Avatar of Yono Pino

    Impeccable performance from Ellen Burstyn. I think she is the opposite pole that supported the entire script with Kirby. She was an actual believable character from the beginning until the end.

  7. Avatar of Petra Ka

    If somebody asks me What s my Worst horror movie, my Worst nightmare.. This should be it… Realistic deep… Fu*k exzorcizm, ghosts, devils and demon movies… This is real, could happen to anyone… A good movie.. But horror to me.

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