Screen Slate’s review published on Letterboxd:
"There is something childish about making films. When you are replaying some things that were originally very difficult to live—when you have actors play them—it’s funny somehow, whatever the scenes are about. I guess that’s why I make films, too. It’s in order to transform some experiences of your life that were maybe horrible to live into something almost funny. Of course, it wasn’t only funny to watch and experience, but still it was healing to me. There is something deeply cathartic about shooting those scenes in the very same place where my father was."
Jihane Bousfiha interviews Mia Hansen-Løve for Screen Slate. Featured 1/27/23 at Film Forum.