Previously at the ICA - Films
11 Apr 2014
An unexpected call from a volatile former lover inspires Mia to reminisce about a turbulent spring in Paris – from riots and vespas to a cat named Baby. Intricately editing footage shot on everything from Super 16 to cell phones alongside an evocative score, Mia Engberg weaves memory, loss, politics, class, ageing, cynicism and hope into one deeply affecting tapestry.
A true gem of a film about love, time, and things that get lost along the way.
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Belleville Baby, dir Mia Engberg, Sweden 2013, 76 min. With thanks to Day for Night
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