Pieces of a Woman | Official Trailer | Netflix

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

38 replies
  1. Thỏ Garden
    Thỏ Garden says:

    I know you stubborn but i love you. Show up strong while suffering is a human behavior, when it goes wrong you dont trust anyone blindly. The more the pain hurt and the more you repeat and remind it in your system the longer time it will take, it s natural to suffer. Be aware not to break the rest of your life because you r too angry. Blaming or simply expecting breaks family and couple. You expect someone will understand your pain, that will never happen…

  2. Erin
    Erin says:

    The endless possibilities of horror – miscarriage, stillbirth, Sudden infant death syndrome … endless horrors. I don’t know how some women do it, I could never.

  3. Nicole Poliskey
    Nicole Poliskey says:

    As a child of 11, I watched my mother be devastated by the loss of my two month old brother. At the time I couldn't imagine why she was so torn apart. In my mind, he wasn't here that long, how could she just lose herself and abandon her two living children. When I was 20 and gave birth to my first son, the moment he came into the world, I remembered my mother..I completely understood. I was so utterly in love, that love begins before they are here but in that millisecond you see them, you can not imagine life without them. My heart breaks for any woman or man that has gone through this loss. They are part of you, your essence as a being, it doesn't matter if they are born with life..they will always be your child. xoxo

  4. Lucious FOX
    Lucious FOX says:

    let me explain you all that she never had any baby, she was impotent it's a mental condition when a impotent woman pretend herself to be pregnant, so that she accept the truth of her impotency

  5. Hugo Valdez
    Hugo Valdez says:

    Overrated, movie is Grey and depressing, if you’re into that, the lights in the houses and the court room are dim. Court room lights are not dim. I feel like they tried too much to make the movie sadder. I like emotional dramas. This one was ok. The actress is beautiful, acting was good. Not out of this world. But good.

  6. sunshine
    sunshine says:

    i lost my baby after twelve days in the NICU, the hardest twelve days of my life. what makes it harder is people telling me to move on and im still young, i still can have other children not knowing that no one will ever replace my baby. you never move on…


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