MY ZOE – Review by Jessica Kiang

There are two films in Julie Delpy’s ambitious, sharply-made but unbalanced My Zoe. There’s the scabrous relationship melodrama, about bitter exes sharing custody of a beloved child, which contains the story’s most potent emotions. And there’s the sci-fi-inflected ethical-dilemma grief movie, which houses its most provocative ideas. Both have much to recommend them, not least Delpy’s lithe filmmaking.

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