Tag: Céline Sciamma

Petite Maman – Review

“A beautiful film in its direct approach, wandering through its gently fantastical world while quietly revealing the depths of its insights, its connections, and its extraordinary emotional reach.”

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Girlhood (Bande de Filles) — Capsule Review



“[Director Céline] Sciamma is clearly trying to develop a valid message at the center of her film, which goes deeper than a message of socioeconomics, and to be fair, she does reach it at points, but the problem is that it feels more like a wide-ranged barrage of ideas and scenes than a valid and smoothly moving project.”

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