The Dardenne brothers take viewers on a raw and emotional roller coaster in their latest film "Two Days, One Night", which won the Sydney Film Prize at the 2014 Sydney Film Festival. It is a moving piece that depicts the hardship of Sandra (Marion Cottilard), a wife and mother of two, who is being laid off from a solar panel company in her local town in Belgium. After fighting off a bout of mental illness, she returns to find that her position at the factory has been made redundant by a vote amongst employees. Despite this, she manages to obtain a 'secret ballot' that will commence in "Two Days, One Night". The only problem is that her 16 co-workers have been forced to choose between Sandra and a €1,000 bonus. Unable to support her family on the dole, and potentially unable to keep herself from falling apart, Sandra must fight for her job by visiting each of her co-workers individually to convince them to vote for her.