Dir: Céline Sciamma France 2021 1hr 12mins Subtitled
With: Josephine Santz, Gabrielle Santz
Nelly is eight and her grandmother has just died. Returning with her mum and dad to granny's house in the woods to pack-up the old lady's things Nelly goes for a walk one autumnal afternoon and meets another eight-year-old girl called Marion. They quickly become friends and from this beguiling opening
Céline Sciamma's amazing film unfolds almost like a fairytale, though at its heart is a profound meditation on the mysteries of the bond between a mother and her daughter and the almost magical power such a connection holds between women.
"Whether you are six or 60, this astonishingly insightful and heartbreakingly hopeful cinematic poem will pierce your heart, broaden your mind and gladden your soul, even as you wipe away tears" The Guardian
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