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VALDIVIA 2017: MILLA DE VALÉRIE MASSADIAN

Por Mónica Delgado

Milla es el reverso de Nana, el anterior largometraje de Valérie Massadian. Si en Nana una niña de cuatro años lidia en su inocencia con el mundo con independencia y agencia poco usual, en Milla, una adolescente de 17 años vive en función de su novio, ambos sin nada más que hacer que vivir como ocupas, sin trabajo y dinero. 

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Film Festival Reports

LOCARNO 2017: DEFYING THE ARCHETYPAL MOTHER

by Andreea Patru

Some films from this year’s Locarno Film Festival deal with motherhood on different levels, like an adjustment to a new lifestyle as it happens in Milla (d. Valerie Massadian), or as the condition of being a mother seems to have sucked the life out of a woman as in Scary Mother (d. Ana Urushadze) and Freiheit (d. Jan Speckenbach). All the three films have in common a feminist approach that questions the Victorian ideas of motherhood as the heart of a balanced domestic life, nurturing their families without concern for their own needs or desires.

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