I Killed My Mother

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I saw this wonderful narrative features years ago at a Film Society of Lincoln Center series in New York, and am delighted to discover here on Kanopy. This is a perfect example of innovative story-telling and filmmaking, with stunning performances by a beautiful young cast. I recommend it ...Read more

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