‘My Zoe’: An Exciting New Direction For Writer/Director/Star Julie Delpy [Tiff Review]
It’s no coincidence that so many of the best horror movies—“The Exorcist,” “Rosemary’s Baby,” “The Babadook”—focus on parents because there is nothing more terrifying than being one.
An early scene in Julie Delpy’s “My Zoe” captures that constant, low-key fear as vividly as I’ve ever seen.
Isabelle (Delpy), a divorced mother, is working; her daughter Zoe (Sophia Ally) is spending the day with her father, James (Richard Armitage).Continue reading ‘My Zoe’: An Exciting New Direction For Writer/Director/Star Julie Delpy [Tiff Review] at The Playlist.
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