The Staggering Girl (Short 2019)

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The Staggering Girl: Directed by Luca Guadagnino. With Julianne Moore, Marthe Keller, Kyle MacLachlan, KiKi Layne. Francesca, an Italian-American writer who lives in New York and must return to Rome to retrieve her aging mother.

“A woman (Julianne Moore) receives a call at her home in New York. She must return to Italy to convince her mother to move with her to the US She is a blind artist (Marthe Keller) who lives in a large house assisted by a caretaker (Kyle MacLachlan). The daughter is writing her memoirs, where her mother (the staggering-staggering-girl in the title?) May have a central role.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eLuca Guadagnino offers us a sophisticated medium-length film with permanent jumps in its temporality and in its locations, which even overlap, with flashbacks intervened from the present; Valentinou0026#39;s wardrobe, Italian cityscape, and Ryuichi Sakamotou0026#39;s music reinforce those dreamlike and fragmented qualities (like the title) of the story.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eWe witness the always difficult moment of resuming the role of daughter in person, in this case in front of a beautiful and talented mother (Mia Goth as a young woman and also Keller today) who became famous and who despite her limitations continues to create. The return to childhood at the same time as the role of an adult overextended by a declining mother. The story of both parades in front of the character of Moore and is headed towards a perhaps epiphanic end.”


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