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Those of which were poorly chosen iconic tracks that I can't tell whether Dolan actually knows how done to death and unsalvageable the Dido and Oasis songs are for instance.

He exercises zero restraint — but he does not care. There's somewhat of a charm to his contrarianism. What's most fascinating about the film and what particularly sets it apart given the familiarity of this type of melodrama is the aspect ratio.

It's boxed in at an unusual , imprisoning the characters so they feel crushed by the weight of the stresses of their personalities and consequences of their actions.

It occasionally breaks free of it when hope floods back into their lives. It's an incredibly expressive way to use the space of a frame, much more emotional than the intellectual way Wes Anderson did it this year for The Grand Budapest Hotel.

As such with a melodrama, the cinematography is vibrant with alluring colour, making good use of that voyeuristic box we watch the story from.

Fortunately, when Mommy hits the sweet spot, it's utterly overwhelming. Dorval is the only consistent aspect in an unashamedly bloated, indulgent and messy film.

It could be too polarizing to be a serious contender for the Foreign Language Film Oscar, but a nomination remains to be seen. Not what I expected.

It's a film that features quite a lot of dark elements, but the film somehow manages to be really touching in such an odd, but effective way.

I don't think it's flawless. The script has a few cracks here and there, and it sometimes feels a bit aimless in what it's trying to say.

I also very much enjoyed Dolan's directorial touches, but many times they're a bit jarring and too stylistic for its own good.

However, what I will not at all criticize is that 4-minute sequence near the beginning of its third act you know which one.

That glorious score with those images created a profoundly moving sequence, one of the most emotionally powerful scenes of the year.

But that's how a lot of the film is. I liked it a lot, but it can feel like many great individual scenes and yet not as cohesive as a whole The acting here is phenomenal though.

The three leads and the places they go to are harrowing and they probably rise the material greatly. The ending was a bit too obvious and not very original, but I'll take it Not as enamored with it as most, but I still found it to be a truly incredible experience that is no doubt so inherently interesting and entertaining, much like the only other Dolan film I've seen Tom at the Farm.

In a Montreal suburb, a single mother with financial and employment difficulties reunites with her violent teenage son who is being released from a detention centre.

More chaos ensues. It would be very tempting to call this film a "kitchen sink drama". There are many explosive scenes which are cathartic.

Most films would have only a few such scenes, maybe only one at the climactic finale. While the catharsis might seem too much, every one of those scenes works well because of the great talent of director Xavier Dolan and his equally talented cast.

There are thankfully lighter scenes that show the love in the dysfunctional family and their ability to have fun especially as they are joined by a mysterious neighbour across the street, Kyla, who seems to have her own troubles.

Her troubles seem lessened as she bonds with the unusual mother-son duo. Kyla's situation seems a bit too mysterious at times.

As a subplot, it could have used a few hints to tap viewers further into the reasons why she prefers the family across the street to her own.

The film's greatest strengths are two scenes near the end. One is the perfectly executed climactic scene.

The other is the one that follows - a very melancholy scene of transition with which most viewers could sadly identify. As mentioned, Dolan has directed a superb cast.

As the troubled teenager, Antoine Olivier Pilon has the perfect balance of rage and vulnerability. Her range in the final two pivotal scenes display true brilliance.

Black Emperor. Mommy is a film about extraordinary, ordinary people. Individual scenes may be small and everyday, but what Mommy has to say is bigger, deeper: about life itself.

The film reminded me of the above quote and freedom and our quest for it is the biggest thing Mommy has to talk about for me.

It's about this and also about love and family and how those closest to us are so entwined they're not entirely separate beings to us.

It's easily Dolan's most affecting work to date because within it every scene stems from and is full of emotion and conveys this to the audience.

In fact the film is so filled with emotion it is hard to remember the extremes it reached. It is so devastating by the end that I had to really think back to recall how I'd laughed out loud earlier on.

There is a lot of humour in the film in its observation of characters and what they say and do, but the time that got me most of all was when two characters laugh so hysterically you can't help but laughing out loud too — there's a real danger of us all descending into uncontrollable laughter alongside the ladies on screen!

Despite this, by the end Dolan puts you through the wringer, and all that is left is our heartbreak for his characters and that that quest could never be.

Dolan's characters, for me are always his greatest strength. Not so much the specifics of them though I must say these three are unforgettable in that sense!

Since his first film, he has managed to express often deep or complex aspects about who his characters and thus, who we all! It isn't a thing that is easy to talk about because for me Dolan can tap into the kind of things the people in his films are and feel and do that often defy rational logic but yet which we all understand totally.

Wow, confusing, much? Anyway, here too, Die, Steve and Kyla all exceptionally portrayed are the heart of the film. They all feel like real people and despite the 2.

All actors can convey so much in an expression or action that you feel a world of their emotion and understand things about them without them needing to be said.

The three main characters in the film all become tied to each other in a way where they're kind of enmeshed. This is most true with Steve and Die who I feel are not entirely two separate people.

They are Son and Mother, but more than this — they are man and wife, lovers, little kids — sister and brother, he's prince to her queen and Steve can be the father and Die the child.

He is she and she is he and this is a bond that is wrapped up in who these people are. This makes the love Dolan's familial pairings have for each other unbreakable.

Steve and Die fiercely are protective of each other: above all else. Yet in this, as in Dolan's other films, people entwined together struggle to exist almost as one being when despite how interwoven they are, they are individuals too.

How to be separate, yet one? Dolan's characters push each other away and pull each other tight but they can never be entirely individual, nor can they escape each other.

This is for me the true link between all of Dolan's films thus far. I just want to say something briefly about the very start to illustrate the detail I felt in the film, without describing every detail which would sound trite.

Though we'll come to know Die, Mommy of the title as many things, here we are first introduced to her as Mommy: she is shown in a visual sense as the roots, the trunk of the family tree.

I guess I should talk about the fact that the film is shot in a square of screen and to be honest I barely noticed it until a truly glorious moment when the screen opens up as a character exclaims their freedom and we see our three leads feeling free fleetingly.

It gave me chills. After this moment, when the screen closes again — now you feel what at least I hadn't really noticed until then — that this aspect ratio works as a visual representation of how trapped these characters are.

The screen closes in at a time that truly illustrates this and from then on the black sides feel as though they're kind of that-which-will-remain- forever-unreachable.

The only time the screen expands again attests to this for it is a character's dream of the future. Mommy is pitched in an ordinary world, but at extremes of emotion, but at the core there is always honesty in what it says and it's this that for me makes Dolan a great filmmaker.

Dolan gets people and when you understand people enough to not just make a film in which you care about the characters, but to make a film where no matter the character, their experiences resonate: then, you have something magic.

Though Mommy wends through humour to ultimate heartbreak, for moments in it its characters are free and perhaps through this as we escape in its world, it allows us to feel a little more free also?

When I thought of watching 'Mommy' there were two factors which militated against it. One was language barrier.

The movie is in fluent French and I know from experience that a lot of meaning is lost in translation via subtitles. Second was the cultural barrier.

Being a middle-class conservative Indian, I usually find it difficult to connect with many foreign thematic films. But to my sheer surprise, 'Mommy' was a complete riot — far better and stimulating than 'Batman vs Superman' crap which I crawled through the previous day.

This ingenuity shifts the film from art-house to entertaining realm. Despite the subject matter being serious, the film never appears to be dry.

Thorough importance is given to character development. I must add that I haven't seen such marvelous character development in my recent history of film-watching.

We get to know and empathize with all idiosyncrasies of the characters. We laugh and cringe with the on-screen characters. The plot of the film is not predictable at all.

Just when you think you figured out what is happening the story throws up a new dimension. At places hidden emotional feelings of Patrick are insinuated which compel the viewer to churn his mind.

Die's dream sequence towards the end of the film showing Patrick's life successful and happy was truly surreal and well placed - a mother's dream for his son.

Overall, 'Mommy' is the finest Canadian film I saw in a long time. The film is truly a riot - an excellent piece of cinema. Xavier Dolan, Canadian infant terrible's fifth feature, MOMMY is gratifyingly his maturest work to date, won the Jury Prize in Cannes last year, and gutsily challenges our traditional cinema habit by altering the frame to an idiosyncratic aspect ratio - bar two exceptions of ratio sequences involving a soul-liberating celebration of life and a fanciful imagination of a mother indulging in her proudest moments of his son, which is quite a bravura to pull off, centralises its characters and dramatises their interactions and emotions.

Their intimate mother-son life-pattern has gone through an extensive scrutiny from Dolan's invading camera with a tagline like this - sometimes love cannot save one person, anticipates the finale.

They fight and reconcile, confess their love but also swear to each other and even roughhouse, she has to walk on thin ice with him while he is recalcitrant and rebellious.

Then the triangle starts to stabilise into a wholesome dynamism, Kyla, a compulsive stutter who claims to be a high school teacher on sabbatical and very evasive about her past, albeit she lives across the street with her husband and a young daughter.

When Diane receives a citation from court, due to a previous wrongdoing of Steve, which demands a great sum of compensation, the screen retreats back to the square frame, life is just a winding road, a tentative plan to befriend with their lawyer neighbour Paul Huard , who has always been flirtatious towards Diane, goes awry thanks to the uncooperative Steve.

Strife emerges again and after Steve's unsuccessful suicidal attempt or just a way to raise attention and state his point, since who with a firm intent to die will cut his wrist in a packed supermarket?

Dorval, is utterly majestic to personify a stimulating mother image poles apart from I KILLED MY MOTHER, Diane has an uncouth and kitsch temperament which she cannot hide, then it materialises that it is a useful approach to communicate with her equally bad-mouthed son, but her unconditional love to Steve, sincere affinity with Kyla, and a strong faith in hope the poor man's luxury , all marks her as a remarkable and vivid human being out of Dorval's outstanding dedication.

As for the newcomer Pilon, his Stevie is a spitfire with explosive fierceness, a nightmare to any parenthood, with fitful charisma on the verge of dissipation at any minute due to inappropriate external stimulation, it is a prime casting choice and he chalks up a grandstanding presence.

MOMMY's soundtrack is an ear-worm hits collection, measures up to Dolan's eclectic taste in music, emblazons the youthfulness and urbanization in his filmic tack, better than lighting up the mood, it coherently indicates the progression of diegesis which will continue to be one of Dolan's trademarks.

Finally, MOMMY positively attests that a prodigy can survive the inevitable backlash and hopefully evolve into a bonafide maestro, Dolan's future cannot be brighter in this regard.

It can be easily said that Xavier Dolan is one the foremost directors of our time and he proved this by making this gorgeous film. The film contains so much dramatic elements and uses them accurately.

Furthermore, there are some scenes that are so humorous. You might see yourself while giggling those scenes. If we talk about cast and performances , we could say the actor,playing Steve, showed us one of the most perfect teenager performances who tries to deal with psychological problems and the mother made us feel the reality of the low class Canadian family.

Of course the other leading actress succesfully accompanied them. The way of Xavier Dolan's using musics was great.

Although the musics were well-known by people by us, we literally effected all of them thanks to Xavier Dolan's wise.

Espically the scene that consisted of the music Exprience by Ludovico Einaudi is the best scene of the film. I just froze.

The film has some shortcomings, one of them is scenario. The Script was relatively standart. It was usual and not able to make us really suprise.

But don't worry probably you won't care while watching because of its awesome atmosphere. Another shortcoming is that The film ,towards in the midlle of it,was dull.

It was not only dull but also boring. Nonetheless, it was be able to overcome after some boring scenes. You were being able to find yourself watching the film without even taking breath.

What is great about this film is that we could see marvelous performances and of course the expertism of the Xavier Dolan's directing.

Kosmologia 20 January There is definitely a lot to say about "Mommy". So many sides to it that I honestly do not know where to begin.

The first aspect that really got a hold on me was the cinematography, as well as the photography. The camera, directed by Xavier Dolan, manages to make the viewer breathe an aura of beauty and gleam in most of the scenes, insofar as the movie as a whole can actually be classified as one of those rare masterpieces in which you may - and often you do - easily get lost.

And the soundtrack certainly plays a role in this game. But I think the greatest aspect of the entire movie, if you can find one single aspect better than another one, is the structure and the interior complexity of the very few characters.

As visceral as their true essence. Only in this coinciding moments the framing widens, turning from a square to a giant rectangle, and the spectator is suddenly swallowed by the excitement of the characters, by their joy.

A brave acting effort that entertains in moments, but tends to miss its target. In general, the film is too schematic and too brief in the quiet moments, opting instead for highly theatrical poses.

This is more about a mom and mental health than it is about the characters of Diane and Steve. There is little character development, and, when it does develop, it's due to external circumstances.

The transitions in Steve, from calm to manic, are disconnected and ungrounded, making for random slice-of-life, not drama. There are too many nice-but-dysfunctional people in this film and they don't say interesting things or embark on any story arc, but merely prattle their dysfunctions.

They're wildly improbable and ornamented and often ring hollow, e. This was the first time, in nearly two weeks, that I had seen that warm, beautiful smile light up her face," Reynaud wrote on the website.

Having just spent 10 days in the hospital undergoing treatment, Louis was amazed by his mother's genuine apprciation for nature.

At one time Kelly Reynaud had a garden that she lovingly cared for and Louis now realized how much she had missed that experience. He believed that a garden would be the key to helping his mom fight her cancer.

In a letter that Louis sent out April 11, his mother's birthday, he explains, "Not only will it bring out that wonderful smile again and keep her active, which has been linked as a predominant factor in cancer survival, but most importantly it will inspire that optimism.

That hope, that will keep her glowing when things are dark and keep her uplifted on good days and bad days; good hair days and no hair days.

There were also well over 50 volunteers who showed up early Saturday morning to help plant, dig and haul. Instead, you ask yourself 'What more can I do and did I do enough?

I'm proud of Louis and all the effort and planning on his part, makes me incredibly happy at the end of the day to know we created something that will have a positive and healing impact on his mother, Kelly," explained Rigsby.

In addition, the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition has donated awareness bands for volunteers and many business owners have also stepped up to help Louis' cause.

Tim Newberry with Atlanta Tree Professionals provided wood chips for the path to the garden. Jonathan Clarke of River Plantation Landscape Design supplied a truck full of topsoil, a truck of top mulch and a weeping Japanese maple.

Clarke also advised on planning the layout and got Louis in contact with Stovall Nursery who provided flowers at a discount. Carol Anderson-Wood, the manager, was able to get perennials and vegetables to also add to the garden.

Not only did he get the day off but owners Ryan Turner and Chris Hall volunteered to cater the event at no cost and personally delivered the food to a hungry crowd.

With the overwhelming love and support from both loved ones and strangers, Reynaud has certainly feels blessed. While Louis describes himself as a "half glass empty" type of person, he has remained optimistic about his mom's health, this experience has definitely helped reinforce that optimism.

Her troubles seem lessened as she bonds with the unusual mother-son duo. Kyla's situation seems a bit too mysterious at times. As a subplot, it could have used a few hints to tap viewers further into the reasons why she prefers the family across the street to her own.

The film's greatest strengths are two scenes near the end. One is the perfectly executed climactic scene. The other is the one that follows - a very melancholy scene of transition with which most viewers could sadly identify.

As mentioned, Dolan has directed a superb cast. As the troubled teenager, Antoine Olivier Pilon has the perfect balance of rage and vulnerability.

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