Madeline’s Madeline – Review

Films as dynamic and different as Madeline’s Madeline showcase how art can truly push boundaries of performers, emotions, and story-telling. This experimental film by Josephine Decker revolves around the young titular character. Enamoured by a local drama group, Madeline gets swept up into the world of the stage. However, tensions between the hyper-aggressive Madeline and her wrought and over-attentive mother, Regina, reach breaking point, spilling over into her performance on-stage. Madeline’s teacher Evangeline uses and begins to abuse that spark…As art blends into reality, Madeline herself is pushed to the edge of her imagination and emotion. Madeline’s Madeline is an … Continue reading Madeline’s Madeline – Review