The Thorn in the Heart

In this film, Michel Gondry gets more personal. He turns his camera on the life of his aunt, Suzette. Along with recounting her years as a school teacher, he unfolds the conflicted relationship between her and her son (her thorn), Jean-Yves. It’s a bittersweet, revealing story, which takes a while to become cohesive, but all the while it’s charming.

Gwenamon says: Worthwhile

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