Let Me Come In

by Kennerley, Annette

1991

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'A humorous view of the early relationship between a mother and child, exploring notions of control, power, identity and conflict through a dialogue of discordant and distorted repetition. The viewpoints of both mother and child are presented, depicting anxiety, oppression, frustration and anger on both sides. Wide-angle and close-up shots add a disturbing feel, challenging the stereotype image of the calm and patient mother figure.' - A.K.

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