#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Teenager Hubert haughtily regards his mother with contempt, and only sees her tacky sweaters and kitsch decorations. In addition to these irritating surface details, there is also his parent’s cherished mechanisms of manipulation and guilt. Confused by this love/hate relationship that obsesses him more and more each day, Hubert drifts through the mysteries of adolescence – artistic discoveries, illicit experiences, the opening-up to friendship, and ostracism. The turbulent relationship between mother and son unfolds with a compelling combination of savage fury and melting affection. The stunning, semi-autobiographical directing debut of 20-year-old actor Xavier Dolan.
Plot: Hubert, a brash 17-year-old, is confused and torn by a love-hate relationship with his mother that consumes him more and more each day. After distressing ordeals and tragic episodes, Hubert will find his mother on the banks of Saint Lawrence river, where he grew up, and where a murder will be committed: the murder of childhood.
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Stark reminiscence of a teen’s painful coming out
I attended a screening of “J’ai Tué Ma Mère” at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival. Based on his own childhood and adolescence in Québec, Xavier Dolan’s film probes the relationship between mother and child when the son’s sexuality is in question. Awkward early relationships are difficult for any teen, let alone one burdened with his own fears and mother’s unwillingness to accept his “difference.” Arguments and fight scenes between Dolan and his mom (the stunning Anne Dorval) are painful to watch, but tender love scenes with François Arnaud provide a stark and welcome contrast.
The film is filled with anger, sadness, love, hate, and humor — lots of it. It’s a winner and received a standing ovation here. And some inspiration for budding filmmakers: Dolan wrote, directed, produced, and starred in J’ai Tué Ma Mère at the age of 19.
An achievement that can’t be ignored
With his first feature, Montrealer Xavier Dolan has delivered what is already one of the most talked-about directorial debuts of 2009. In a triple-threat feat, Dolan writes, directs and stars in J’ai tué ma mère, the semi-autobiographical tale of a young gay man coming of age while struggling with his tortured relationship with his mother.
Their fights escalate until mom hatches a toxic plan: Hubert will be shipped off to boarding school. He is aghast but has little choice, as mom has managed to convince her ex-husband that a change of scenery is in the lad’s best interests. Being banished to a mother-free zone might have seemed a good option for Hubert, but the move simply leads to an ultimate standoff between them. Dolan and Dorval navigate their way through the harried, increasingly vicious tête-à-têtes with delicacy, evoking sympathy for both characters.
Dolan’s enthusiasm for cinema can be felt throughout J’ai tué ma mère. Combining assured writing, a confident directorial style (the scene where Hubert makes love to his boyfriend is a standout) and a beautifully rendered performance, Dolan’s arrival on the big screen is an achievement that can’t be ignored.
Original Language fr
Runtime 1 hr 36 min (96 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Drama, Romance
Director Xavier Dolan
Writer Xavier Dolan (screenplay), Xavier Dolan (dialogue)
Actors Anne Dorval, Xavier Dolan, François Arnaud, Suzanne Clément
Awards 28 wins & 15 nominations.
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Red One Camera
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Digital (RED 2K)
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm (spherical)