I Killed My Mother

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Laura

Dolan is fantastic. Mommy to me seemed to be more refined (which isn't really surprising since this is his debut) but they both are beautiful aesthetic-wise and really pack an emotional punch. Glad I finally got around to watching this one. Too bad the sound is a bit damaged here but it ...Read more

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LAMOUR

I am conservative and from the old school where people did not express the liberties they do today regarding disrespect for elders, great profanity and open sexuality. Based on my background and experiences, the film touched home and for me, not too entertaining but was heart wrenching. ...Read more

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Dylan

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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