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INDY MOVIE REVIEW
 
Mommy (2014)
 (บรรยายอังกฤษ)
 
   
 

Director:Xavier Dolan Producer:Xavier Dolan, Nancy Grant Screenplay by:Xavier Dolan  Music by:Noia

Cinematography:André Turpin  Edited by:Xavier Dolan Running time:139 min Country:Canada Language:French

Genre:Drama   Subtitle:English  Starring: Anne Dorval as Diane "Die" Després, Antoine-Olivier Pilon as Steve Després,
Suzanne Clément as Kyla
, Alexandre Goyette as Patrick, Patrick Huard as Paul Béliveau

 
 

หนังตัวอย่าง:

MOMMY ҧ Jury Prize Cannes 2014 :

MOMMY Ѻ standing ovation Cannes 2014 :



 

ǹ: College boy


รางวัล: 45 wins & 49 nominations.

 

 

Camerimage 2014

Won
Bronze Frog
Main Competition
André Turpin 
Nominated
Golden Frog
Main Competition
André Turpin 
 

Canadian Screen Awards, CA 2015

Won
Canadian Screen Award
Best Motion Picture
Xavier Dolan 
Nancy Grant 
Achievement in Cinematography
André Turpin 
Achievement in Direction
Xavier Dolan 
Achievement in Editing
Xavier Dolan 
Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
Antoine-Olivier Pilon 
Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
Anne Dorval 
Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
Suzanne Clément 
Original Screenplay
Xavier Dolan 
Achievement in Makeup
Maïna Militza 
Michelle Côté 
Colette Martel 
Nominated
Canadian Screen Award
Achievement in Art Direction/Production Design
Colombe Raby 
Achievement in Costume Design
Xavier Dolan 
Achievement in Overall Sound
Sylvain Brassard 
Jo Caron 
François Grenon 
Luc Landry 
Achievement in Sound Editing
Sylvain Brassard 
Benoît Dame 
Isabelle Favreau 
Guy Francoeur 
 

Cannes Film Festival 2014

Won
Jury Prize
Xavier Dolan 
Ex-aequo with Adieu au langage (2014).
Nominated
Palme d''Or
Xavier Dolan 
Nominated
Queer Palm
Xavier Dolan 
 

Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2014

Nominated
CFCA Award
Best Foreign Language Film
 

Chlotrudis Awards 2015

Won
Chlotrudis Award
Best Actress
Anne Dorval 
Nominated
Chlotrudis Award
Best Movie
Best Supporting Actress
Suzanne Clément 
 

CinEuphoria Awards 2015

Won
CinEuphoria
Best Director - International Competition
Xavier Dolan 
For 
Tom à la ferme
Nominated
CinEuphoria
Best Supporting Actress - International Competition
Suzanne Clément 
 

Cinema Bloggers Awards, Portugal 2015

Won
Cinema Bloggers Award
Best North American Film
Xavier Dolan 
Canada
Nominated
Cinema Bloggers Award
Best Actress - International Competition
Anne Dorval 
 

Críticos de Cinema Online Portugueses Awards 2015

Nominated
CCOP
Best Film (Melhor Filme)
Xavier Dolan 
Best Actress (Melhor Atriz)
Anne Dorval 
Best Original Screenplay (Melhor Argumento Original)
Xavier Dolan 
Best Film Not in the Portuguese/English Language (Melhor Filme em Língua Não-Portuguesa/Inglesa)
Xavier Dolan 
Canada
Best Scene or Sequence (Melhor Cena ou Sequência)
Wonderwall scene
 

César Awards, France 2015

Won
César
Best Foreign Film (Meilleur film étranger)
Xavier Dolan 
 

Film Club''s The Lost Weekend 2015

Won
Lost Weekend Award
Best Supporting Actress
Suzanne Clement 
Best Actress
Anne Dorval 
Best Director
Xavier Dolan 
Won
Lost Weekend''s Most Talked About Movie
Xavier Dolan (director) 
 

Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA) 2015

Won
Dorian Award
Foreign Language Film of the Year
Nominated
Dorian Award
Film Performance of the Year - Actress
Anne Dorval 
 

Hamburg Film Festival 2014

Nominated
Art Cinema Award
Xavier Dolan 
 

Independent Spirit Awards 2015

Nominated
Independent Spirit Award
Best International Film
Xavier Dolan 
Canada
 

International Cinephile Society Awards 2015

Won
ICS Award
Best Supporting Actress
Suzanne Clément 
Tied with Julianne Moore for Maps to the Stars (2014).
2nd place
ICS Award
Best Director
Xavier Dolan 
Runner-Up.
Best Film Not in the English Language
Runner-Up.
Nominated
ICS Award
Best Picture
Best Actor
Antoine-Olivier Pilon 
Best Actress
Anne Dorval 
Best Original Screenplay
Xavier Dolan 
Best Ensemble
 

International Cinephile Society Awards 2014

Won
ICS Cannes Award
Palme d''Or
Xavier Dolan 
 

International Online Cinema Awards (INOCA) 2015

Won
INOCA
Best Supporting Actress
Suzanne Clément 
Best Non-English Language Film
 
Tied with Two Days, One Night.
3rd place
INOCA
Best Picture
3rd place.
Nominated
INOCA
Best Director
Xavier Dolan 
4th place.
Best Actress
Anne Dorval 
4th place.
Best Original Screenplay
Xavier Dolan 
4th place.
 

Italian Online Movie Awards (IOMA) 2015

Won
IOMA
Best Picture (Miglior film)
Xavier Dolan 
Best Actress (Miglior attrice protagonista)
Anne Dorval 
Best Supporting Actress (Miglior attrice non protagonista)
Suzanne Clément 
Best Original Screenplay (Miglior sceneggiatura originale)
Xavier Dolan 
 
Tied with The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014).
Nominated
IOMA
Best Director (Miglior regia)
Xavier Dolan 
Best Cast (Miglior cast)
Best Cinematography (Miglior fotografia)
André Turpin 
Best Editing (Miglior montaggio)
Xavier Dolan 
 

Jutra Awards 2015

Won
Jutra
Best Actress (Meilleure Actrice)
Anne Dorval 
Best Actor (Meilleur Acteur)
Antoine-Olivier Pilon 
Best Supporting Actress (Meilleure Actrice de Soutien)
Suzanne Clément 
Best Cinematography (Meilleure Direction de la Photographie)
André Turpin 
Best Film (Meilleur film)
Xavier Dolan (producer) 
Nancy Grant (producer) 
Best Screenplay (Meilleur Scénario)
Xavier Dolan (writer) 
Best Editing (Meilleur Montage Image)
Xavier Dolan (editor) 
Won
Special Jutra
Film s''étant le plus illustré à l''extérieur du Québec
Xavier Dolan (producer) 
Nancy Grant (producer) 
Nominated
Jutra
Best Direction (Meilleure Réalisation)
Xavier Dolan 
Best Screenplay (Meilleur Scénario)
Xavier Dolan 
Best Art Direction (Meilleure Direction Artistique)
Colombe Raby 
 

Lumiere Awards, France 2015

Nominated
Lumiere Award
Best French-Language Foreign Film (Meilleur film francophone hors de France)
Xavier Dolan 
 

Online Film Critics Society Awards 2014

Nominated
OFCS Award
Best Picture
Best Film Not in the English Language
Canada
Best Actress
Anne Dorval 
Best Supporting Actress
Suzanne Clément 
 

Palm Springs International Film Festival 2015

Won
FIPRESCI Prize
Best Actress
Anne Dorval 

"As the somewhat unhinged mother of a throughly unhinged son, Anne Dorval appears in almost every ... More

 

Satellite Awards 2014

Nominated
Satellite Award
Best Actress in a Motion Picture
Anne Dorval 
Best Motion Picture, International Film
Canada
 

Stockholm Film Festival 2014

Won
Audience Award
Xavier Dolan 
 

Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival 2014

Won
Best North American Independent Film
Xavier Dolan 

For being a technical masterpiece, a generational echo and a declaration of love to those numerous ... More

Nominated
Just Film Award
Best Youth Film
Xavier Dolan 
 

Toronto Film Critics Association Awards 2015

Nominated
Best Canadian Feature Award
Xavier Dolan 
 

Vancouver Film Critics Circle 2015

Won
VFCC Award
Best Actor in a Canadian Film
Antoine-Olivier Pilon 
Best Supporting Actress in a Canadian Film
Suzanne Clément 
Best Screenplay for a Canadian Film
Xavier Dolan 
Nominated
VFCC Award
Best Canadian Film
Best Actress in a Canadian Film
Anne Dorval 
Best Director of a Canadian Film
Xavier Dolan 
 

Vancouver International Film Festival 2014

Nominated
Best Canadian Feature Film
Xavier Dolan 
 

Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards 2014

Nominated
WAFCA Award
Best Foreign Language Film
 
 

Forty-six year old Diane Després - "Die" - has been widowed for three years. Considered white trash by many, Die does whatever she needs, including strutting her body in front of male employers who will look, to make an honest living. That bread-winning ability is affected when she makes the decision to remove her only offspring, fifteen year old Steve Després, from her previously imposed institutionalization, one step below juvenile detention. She institutionalized him shortly following her husband''s death due to Steve''s attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and his violent outbursts. He was just kicked out of the latest in a long line of facilities for setting fire to the cafeteria, in turn injuring another boy. She made this decision to deinstitutionalize him as she didn''t like the alternative, sending him into more restrictive juvenile detention from which he would probably never be rehabilitated. However, with this deinstitutionalization, she has to take care of him ...

Mommy is a 2014 Canadian drama film directed by Xavier Dolan. It was selected to compete for the Palme d''Or in the main competition section at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival,[4] where it won the Jury Prize. It was selected as the Canadian entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards, but was not nominated.

The film won nine Canadian Screen Awards at the 3rd Canadian Screen Awards in 2015, including Best Motion Picture [8] and ten Jutra Awards at the 17th Jutra Awards, including Best Film.

Critical reception
On 21 May 2014, Mommy received a four-star rating from The Guardian reviewer Peter Bradshaw, who described the film as "a splashy, transgressive treat, from trailer-trash chat to unexpected sex and surprising emotional depth".[11] The film premiered on 22 May 2014, at the Cannes Film Festival, concluding with a 13-minute standing ovation. Following Dolan''s receipt of the Jury Prize at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, Guardian writer Xan Brooks introduced the film as "a boisterous Oedipal comedy".

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film received a 90% "fresh" rating, based on 108 reviews, with an average score of 7.9/10; the site''s consensus states: "As challenging as it is rewarding, Mommy finds writer-director Xavier Dolan taking another impressive step forward." On Metacritic, the film holds an average score of 74, based on 34 critics, indicating "Generally favorable reviews" in accordance with the website''s standards.

Accolades
On 19 September 2014, it was announced that Mommy would be Canada''s submission for Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

The film was included in the list of "Canada''s Top Ten" feature films of 2014, selected by a panel of filmmakers and industry professionals organized by TIFF.








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