Rated NR · 115 min. · 2016

Documentary

No Home Movie is a sober, profoundly moving portrait of the filmmaker's mother Natalia in the months leading up to her death, when she was mostly confined to her Brussels apartment. A Polish Jew who survived Auschwitz, Natalia suffered from chronic anxiety all her life, an affliction that fuelled much of her daughter's creative output and helped shape Akerman's thematic preoccupations with gender, sex, cultural identity, existential ennui, solitude, and mania.

Director: Chantal Akerman
Writer: Chantal Akerman
Producer: Chantal Akerman, Patrick Quinet and Serge Zeitoun
Cast: Chantal Akerman, Natalia Akerman and Sylvaine Akerman

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