Mothers and Daughters
Mothers and Daughters

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- 49/100 based on 208 votes
  • Released: 2016
  • Runtime: 90 mins
  • Director: Paul Duddridge
  • Studio: Screen Media Films
  • Genres: Drama

Interwoven stories of what it is to be a mom seen through the lens of photographer Rigby Gray.... (Full plot summary below)

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Interwoven stories of what it is to be a mom seen through the lens of photographer Rigby Gray.

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Wall Street Journal - 10/10 by Joe Morgenstern The story demanded — and deserves — the services of a singular actress. Ms. Cotillard’s international stardom doesn’t hurt, of course, but the invaluable gift she brings to the production is her ability to play a working woman in naturalistic style while giving a transcendent performance.
The New York Times - 10/10 by A.O. Scott Her shoulders slumped, her eyes weary, her gait heavy, Ms. Cotillard moves past naturalism into something impossible to doubt and hard to describe. Sandra is an ordinary person in mundane circumstances, but her story, plainly and deliberately told, is suspenseful, sobering and, in the original, fear-of-God sense of the word, tremendous.
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Time Out London - 10/10 by Dave Calhoun Most importantly, the film involves us: it draws us into the debate, makes us complicit, demands that we have an opinion, and then upends that same opinion a few minutes later. It's engaging and rousing.
The Playlist - 10/10 by Jessica Kiang perhaps the greatest achievement is in how brilliantly the film balances the trademark Dardennes social conscience with a conceit that plays out almost like a ticking-clock thriller, as well as being a deeply felt character study.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch - 10/10 by Calvin Wilson Cotillard gets so persuasively inside Sandra’s skin that it’s not at all surprising that this performance has earned her another Oscar nomination. And she does so without resorting to shameless, award-baiting grandstanding.
The Guardian - 10/10 by Peter Bradshaw A tense dramatic situation and a subtly magnificent central performance from Marion Cotillard add up to an outstanding new movie from the Dardenne brothers.
Variety - 10/10 by Scott Foundas The Dardennes once again find a richness of human experience that dwarfs most movies made on an epic canvas.
Empire - 10/10 by Kim Newman Even if you’ve skipped the Dardennes’ work until now, this is a talking-point movie — and an outstanding lead performance — you need to see. It’s a rare film of unforced simplicity that will stick with you for a long time. And it’s honest right to its perfectly judged ending.
Austin Chronicle - 9/10 by Josh Kupecki The resulting film is an exceptionally crafted drama, anchored by the brothers’ mastery of their skills and Cotillard’s breathtaking performance.

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