Friday, 22 October 2021

The Lost Daughter - BFI London Film Festival

Stories centred around motherhood tend follow a pattern and always have characters that take a strong stance whether it is about believing that having children is the thing that women should do and on the other side believing that children is not a vocation that every woman can adhere to. The Lost Daughter is that painfully honest opinion that is rarely explored, whether motherhood is for everyone and how admitting that you regret having children is one of the biggest taboo subjects. So much so that it is never once said out loud. 


Full review over at Filmhounds HERE.