Elisa My Love and Mom's 100 Years Old

Elisa My Love
“A marvellously rich and perceptive exploration of reality and imagination. It's a film of startling images, interweaving ghosts and real-life confrontations, built around the encounter between a dying man and his daughter. Chaplin, in one of her finest performances, is tender towards her father, destructive towards her husband. It's a reflective film superbly photographed in the Spanish countryside, recalling Alain Resnais' Providence in mood and texture.”

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