Efira imparts her character’s early anticipation — and eventual yearning, bliss, and hurt — using nothing but a glance. Rachel is a woman of the world with a universe inside.
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Screen Daily by Fionnuala Halligan
It’s a halfway house between reality and the desires and dreams and disappointments of a 40 year-old woman, and should be appreciated as such by Francophone audiences everywhere.
Zlotowski’s deft, perceptive original screenplay is keenly attuned to the cutting emotional impact of a passing remark or overheard jab, and the unintended microaggressions that parents occasionally toss at their child-free peers.
Nothing particularly unusual or dramatic happens for the first hour of the film, and yet it is so beautifully done and engaging that the whole thing is riveting to watch.
The Hollywood Reporter by Jon Frosch
It’s never assembly-line generic: Zlotowski is coloring within the lines here, but with generous strokes of nuance and feeling.
The Guardian by Peter Bradshaw
It is a gentle, heartfelt relationship drama about – and for – intelligent adults.
The Playlist by Rafaela Sales Ross
Other People’s Children is a moving rumination on the pains caused by the unbudging pillars of traditional parenting. It is a rare offering in its enlightened kindness, and a heartbreaking one, too.