Mothering Sunday

MOTHERING SUNDAY

Review: It is a lovely warm spring day in 1924, Jane Fairchild a house maid finds herself alone on Mother’s Day. It is her rare chance to spend quality time with her lover as her employers are out. Paul, her secret lover, is engaged to be married to another woman. Disaster strikes that will change Jane’s life forever.
Director: Eva Husson
Actors: Odessa Young, Josh O’Connor, Colin Firth, Olivia Colman, Nathan Chester Reeve, Samuel Barlow, Glenda Jackson, Patsy Ferran, Emma D’Arcy, Simon Shepherd, Caroline Harker, Craig Crosbie, Emily Woof, Sope Dirisu and Forrest Bothwell
Year: 2021
Genre: Drama and Romance
Conclusion: 3/5
A really unusual film. Adapted from a short novel by Graham Swift. I think Josh O’Connor is brilliant not just in this but in general. I do think that this is a film that if you watch it a second time round it is a film that you would enjoy more than having just watched it once. The one thing that I was quite shocked about and was not expecting was the amount of nudity throughout the film. This film has themes of doubt, grief, remembrance and rebirth.

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