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402 Ratings

No Home Movie

Directed by Chantal Akerman
Belgium, France, 2015


“This film is above all about my mother, my mother who is no longer with us. About this woman who arrived in Belgium in 1938 , fleeing Poland, the pogroms and the violence. This woman who is only ever seen inside her apartment (…). A film about a world in motion that my mother does not see.”

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No Home Movie Directed by Chantal Akerman

Awards & Festivals

Village Voice Film Poll

2016 | Nominee: Best Documentary

Indiewire Critics' Poll

2015 | Nominee: Most Anticipated of 2016

2016 | Nominee: Best Documentary

This dynamic work with the reality, that doesn’t want to transcend it but offers another angle to deal with memory, is the mirror or rather the diaphragm existing in between [Ray & Liz and No Home Movie].
December 28, 2018
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Rather than attempt to compress, quicken, or create tension in its narrative with the tight cuts seen in popular cinema, No Home Movie accommodates these ambiguities in screening both memorable and mundane encounters between Chantal and her mother.
October 05, 2018
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At once presumptuous and unpretentious, No Home Movie is an emotional, essentially private working-out of a second-generation Holocaust survivor’s conflicted feelings or maybe what Freud would call a woman’s pre-Oedipal attachment to her mother. Almost incidentally, it provides a prism through which to view the Brussels-born filmmaker’s brilliant, erratic, essential oeuvre.
October 04, 2017
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