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Centring on a middle-aged filmmaker and her mother, who spend a few nights in an old country hotel, a location that holds meaning for them both. The film is an intricately layered piece about motherhood, memory and loss, dressed up as a gothic chiller
This beautifully composed drama centres on a middle-aged filmmaker and her mother, who spend a few nights in an old country hotel, a location that holds meaning for them both. It’s an intricately layered piece about motherhood, memory and loss, dressed up as a gothic chiller.
Swirling mist, looming shadows, a ghostly presence half-glanced in a window… embracing some of the heightened stylistic flourishes seen in The Souvenir: Part II, The Eternal Daughter takes Joanna Hogg into exciting new territory, while retaining her distinctive naturalistic signature. The film exists entirely as its own deeply enthralling and moving drama, but fans of the filmmaker’s recent work will also find it a puzzle-box of meta-textual delights.
‘A gorgeous and enigmatic ghost story’ Time Magazine
‘An astounding Tilda Swinton gives the performance of the year’ The Wrap