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France, Portugal · 2018
2h 8m
Director Valérie Massadian
Starring Severine Jonckeere, Luc Chessel, Ethan Jonckeere, Élisabeth Cabart
Genre Drama

Milla and Leo are two young lovers, living happily, though barely scraping by. One day, an event changes the course of their lives, as Milla must take on the challenging role of being a young mother. This experimental film is about moving on through young adulthood, experiencing love, motherhood, responsibility, and the grief that comes with those things.

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Village Voice by Alan Scherstuhl

We observe moments of living rather than the beats of a story, all that natural lighting and everyday quiet stirring the sense of lives taking shape before our eyes.


Los Angeles Times by Gary Goldstein

Although this quietly daring, decidedly nonjudgmental film doesn’t ask or answer a lot of questions, it paints a cumulatively vivid portrait of young love and early motherhood.


Slant Magazine by Jake Cole

Valérie Massadian's Milla begins with a stylistic bait-and-switch that neatly summarizes the film's overall sense of formal balance.


The Hollywood Reporter by John DeFore

The emotional moments that push her life in new directions must be colored in by the audience. Though that never feels like much of an intellectual challenge, and the 127-minute film is in no hurry to paint its picture, something about Milla's ordinariness makes her worth getting to know.

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