Wondering where to watch Pieces Of A Woman, the new film by Kornél Mundruczó, starring Vanessa Kirby and Shia LaBeouf? We’ve got you covered. The film is making waves at the Venice Film Festival and has received much critical acclaim.

Keep reading to find out where to watch Pieces Of A Woman what to expect from this harrowing tale of parenthood gone wrong.

What is Pieces Of A Woman about?

Pieces Of A Woman follows Martha (Vanessa Kirby) and Sean Carson (Shia LaBeouf) as a young couple starting out in their lives as parents. Their dreams of being parents are disrupted when a home birth goes awry, and the blame is placed upon the midwife. Martha must confront now her grief over the child and a spiralling relationship. She must also face up to the midwife in court.

This is a subtle portrayal of personal loss and learning to live with tragedy. Kirby and LaBeouf are both incredible actors and this is a must see. The most impressive shot of the film is a 25-minute single-shot sequence of the dramatic birth that has been praised for its rawness and honesty.

Where to watch Pieces Of A Woman

Don’t know where to watch Pieces Of A Woman? Netflix has just signed a deal to distribute the film globally. So, as long as you have a Netflix subscription, you’ll catch it.


Mundruczó said in a statement about the Netflix deal: “As a European film-maker, I couldn’t be more excited and appreciative of finding my home for this film with Netflix.

“Their taste in independent cinema feels like the United Artists of the 1970s. The true champions of film-makers and original voices for today.”

Lead actress, Vanessa Kirby, just won the Coppa Volpi for best actress for Pieces Of A Woman at the Venice Film Festival. Scorsese has described the film as: “A movie that takes you by surprise. It’s a privilege to help it find the wide audience it deserves.

“Pieces Of A Woman, for me, was a deep and uniquely moving experience. I was emotionally invested in it from the first scene and the experience only intensified as I watched, spellbound by the film-making and work of a splendid cast.”

British actress Vanessa Kirby poses after she received the Coppa Volpi for Best Actress for “Pieces of a Woman” during the closing ceremony on the last day of the 77th Venice Film Festival, on September 12, 2020 at Venice Lido, during the COVID-19 infection, caused by the novel coronavirus. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP) (Photo by ALBERTO PIZZOLI/AFP via Getty Images)
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