A widowed single mother, raising her violent son alone, finds new hope when a mysterious neighbor inserts herself into their household.
Mommy premiered at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, where it won the Jury Prize. The highly celebrated film went on to win numerous other awards, among them nine Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Motion Picture.
The Toronto Star's four-star review praises the film's main cast for "delivering superb performances that result in a tremendous payoff."
Entertainment Weekly referred to Mommy as "an unsparing movie full of hope and bitter truth."
The Detroit News calls it "a shockingly honest, nerve-wracking and dazzling piece of cinema."
Rolling Stone highlights Anne Dorval's "tour de force performance" which "breaks through
barriers of culture and language."