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Tully (2018)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Mystery


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A struggling mother of three forms an unexpected bond with the night nanny hired to help with her newborn baby.

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  • Charlize Theron in Tully (2018)
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  • Charlize Theron and Ron Livingston in Tully (2018)
  • Tamara Jenkins and Jason Reitman at an event for Tully (2018)
  • Charlize Theron and Jason Reitman in Tully (2018)

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7 May 2018 | CharlesAncelle
8
| Fresh and haunting at the same time
It's a daunting task to do this film justice with mere descriptions of what it may or may not be about. One thing is clear, it is about motherhood, it is about identity, and about self-acceptance, but one could argue most films are about identity and self-acceptance, which leaves us with motherhood.

It feels much more important to underline that Tully is a rare film with stunning writing and dialogue and acting, that takes the viewer through what it can feel like to be a mother of three children with rare sincerity, realism, lightness and freshness. Mostly, it just feels like we are there, we desperately want to lighten the load Marlo (Charlize) has on her hands, we are incredibly grateful for everything Tully (MacKenzie Davis - who is very far from Cameron Howe here, showing that she has great range on top of her talent) does for her. And when the film ends, it feels like what a movie is supposed to feel like: like we have journeyed somewhere else, both awed and scarred by some of what we've seen, and a little bit wiser than when we first came in.

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