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Mother Full Movie
Country: United States
Category: Drama, Horror, Mystery
Release Date: 11 September , 2017
Director: Darren Aronofsky
Starring: Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Ed Harris
Age Restriction: 18 years
Duration: 119 minutes
Mother is a 2017 American horror-mystery thriller film directed by Darren Aronofsky and written by Darren Aronofsky
Stuff is about to go to a whole new level with the upcoming Mother! starring Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem. Horror movies on the whole have given us a lot in the trailer most times, but Mother! is giving us almost nothing, and it’s all the creepier for it. Those that want that shocking pulse of action or evil on the screen so that they can understand just how bad things are going to get might be disappointed on the outset with this film at first, but when you really listen to the trailer you can tell that things are about to get a little crazy.
It’s already been surmised from the title that the film has something to do with a mother, either Lawrence’s mother or the fact that she might be trying to become a mother or something equally as diabolical and otherworldly. Keep this in mind after all, she is walking around an empty home, and voices are being heard in the background that allow you to think that something has happened or something is going to happen. Those voices, in which Lawrence contributes, are heard to be getting a little more testy and even panicked as the trailer goes on. As she finally begins to pace faster and faster you hear the conflict and terror in her voice as Lawrence attempts to get the strangers to leave her home.
The term “mother” can refer to so many things. If you look at the current movie posters that are out you might see a few things that will shock and even frighten you. But there are hints as to what the movie could actually be about.
Look at the left picture. Aside from Jennifer Lawrence holding her bleeding heart that has been cut from her chest you also see a rapt, almost fawning look on her face. Perhaps she is the one that attempting to become the mother? Or maybe she’s the one making the sacrifice to her mother, or A mother? It’s hard to tell at the moment but if you look at the right hand picture of Javier Bardem you can see that he’s holding his hand out for something even as the chair breaks around him. Look into the flames and you’ll see faces contorted in agony as though these are the fires of hell waiting to claim him.
It’s all extremely spooky and it’s all quite disturbing but it does have a point, we just need to find out what it is. Some believe that there is a type of cult that is being invited into the home that Lawrence is unaware of but that her father knows very well. Perhaps they are in some way colluding to get her pregnant, or to bring someone back to life, hence the heart cut from the chest, or something equally diabolical but much stranger. There is so much room for theory and conjecture but nothing concrete as of yet.
In the Movie which seems to depart from the tropes of a traditional horror film, Lawrence appears obsessed with a brick wall, which is at one point dripping with blood. In another flash, it looks to conceal a tunnel. Lawrence’s character also is alarmed at one point by a hoard of people approaching in a field.
The cryptic film was announced in October of last year and Aronofsky released an alarming teaser poster on Mother’s Day featuring a colorfully illustrated Lawrence holding her heart in her hands.
A previously released teaser revealed little about the plot of the film, besides hinting that Lawrence and Javier Bardem play a couple living in an isolated home whose lives are interrupted by visitors. The film is billed as a psychological horror-thriller, and is set to include an eclectic cast with Michelle Pfeiffer, Ed Harris, Domhnall Gleeson, and Kristen Wiig.
“Mother!” has a planned release date of Sept. 15 and is set to have its North American premiere at the Toronto Film Festival, in addition to competing at the Venice Film Festival.
The 23rd Sarajevo Film Festival has wrapped with the announcement of Ana Urushadze’s “Scary Mother” as winner of the fest’s top prize, while host country Bosnia-Herzegovina has picked its entry in the race for the foreign-language Academy Award.
“Scary Mother” won the Heart of Sarajevo on Wednesday night, the festival’s prize for best feature film which includes a €16,000 ($18,800) award. The Georgian-language movie, which is a co-production between Georgia and Estonia, was written and directed by Urushadze (pictured center).
The drama stars Nata Murvanidze (pictured, far right) as a 50-year-old housewife struggling to choose between her family life and a passion for writing which she has suppressed for years. Deciding to following her passion, she plunges into writing, sacrificing herself mentally and physically. The film, produced by Lasha Khalvashi (holding the Heart of Sarajevo) and Tinatin Kajrislvili (far left), also won the Cineuropa Nagrada partner’s award from the Association of Filmmakers of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Mexican director Michel Franco headed the festival jury, which also included Bosnian actor Goran Bogdan (“Fargo”); Turkish actress Melisa Soezen; Mark Adams, artistic director of the Edinburgh Film Festival; and Fatma Al Remaihi, CEO of the Doha Film Institute.
Romania’s “Meda or the Not So Bright Side of Things” took the prize for best director, for Emanuel Parvu, and for best actor, for Serban Pavlu. Ornela Kapetani won best actress for Albanian film “Daybreak.”
The festival’s audience award went to Swiss film “The Frog,” with Oliver Stone’s “The Putin Interviews” receiving the audience award for documentary. Stone was at the festival to receive an honorary Heart of Sarajevo for lifetime achievement. “Monty Python” legend John Cleese also received the honorary award.
The young audience award went to Alen Drljevic’s “Men Don’t Cry,” which won the special jury prize at the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival last month. The movie has now been announced as Bosnia-Herzegovina’s official candidate for the foreign-language Oscar. The ensemble film, which is released domestically in September, tells the story of a diverse group of veterans of the Balkan wars who gather at a remote mountain hotel to undergo therapy.
Bosnia previously won the best foreign-language film Academy Award for Danis Tanovic’s 2001 film “No Man’s Land.” The film secured Bosnia’s only nomination in the category to date from 16 previous submissions.
Darren Aronofsky tends to labor for years on his screenplays. But with mother! things went a little differently. “I was always jealous of singer-songwriters who can pop out a song in a couple of days or a few hours,” Aronofsky says. “I had this idea, and I felt it rise up in my head. I took a long weekend and got into this fever dream and just pumped it out. [Laughs] We’ll see what the results are. It’s been an interesting way to approach it — trying to capture a single emotion and trying to tell that two hour story out of that emotion.”
The idea is one he still struggles to talk about — “I’m still figuring it out!” — but we do know it centers on a married couple (Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem) whose relationship is tested when another couple (Michelle Pfeiffer and Ed Harris) visits. “It has home-invasion elements and is definitely a thriller,” Aronofsky allows. “It is closer to Black Swan in spirit than anything I have done in a while.”
On Thursday, a cake was delivered to the Refinery29 office. We were so stoked to indulge in a seriously delicious baked confection. When we opened the box, the cake inside was shaped like a giant anatomical heart, covered in blood red fondant, with dark shading to make it look even more gory. Quickly, we realized that Mother! had sent us the cake, and that this film was going to be even more macabre than we had imagined.
Mother! is of the most anticipated movies of the year. It stars Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem, and was written and directed by thriller master Darren Aronofsky. The premise is purposefully obscure — it seems to be about a run-down house that Lawrence and Bardem live in, where odd, possibly murderous people are gathering.
The press posters seem eerily pastoral, like a Sofia Coppola film meets Hostel, but they’re actually a treasure trove of clues and symbolism. The trailer is a whole other ballgame: While giving little away about the plot, we see flashing scenes of Michelle Pfeiffer staring down Lawrence, juxtaposed with a bloody basement, lots of broken objects, and piercing screams. And minimal, clanging music, which is a signature Aronofsky motif.