Director Margherita is recording her new film about workers who occupy a factory when they are fired. The main role of that film is played by a demanding American actor named Barry Huggins. At the same time, her own life is in a very dramatic stage because her mother is dying and her teenage daughter is in a sensitive position because of unhappy love. The film has some autobiographical features. In Sydsvenskan, Annika Gustafsson writes: "Mia Madre is a deep human work. It is something existential that all individuals share with each other. Not surprisingly, the film was awarded the Ecumenical Jury award at the Cannes Festival."
The film is not playable outside of Sweden
|Actor:||Isabelle Huppert, Louis Garrel, Emma de Caunes|