MOVIE OF THE WEEK September 13, 2019: ANGEL OF MINE

Moody and atmospheric, Kim Farrant’s Angel of Mine is part psychodrama, part thriller. Thanks to Farrant’s strong storytelling and confidently convincing performances from stars Noomi Rapace and Yvonne Strahovski, the film brings depth and nuance to its compelling tale of a woman convinced that her long-dead baby is actually alive and being raised by another family.

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Kim Farrant on acting, emotional health and ANGEL OF MINE – Leslie Combemale interviews

Kim Farrant’sAngel of Mine is an intense thriller about a woman whose tenuous emotional health is jeopardized when she encounters a girl she believes to be her daughter, whom she thought died in a fire years before. Farrant worked with the actors on expressing the enormity of grief and the power of healing in this gripping film with a big surprise ending.

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ANGEL OF MINE – Review by Sheila Roberts

From beginning to end, Angel of Mine is a stunning American-Australian psychological thriller with galvanizing, empathetic performances by Yvonne Strahovski and Noomi Rapace. It’s masterfully directed by Kim Farrant who collaborated with Luke Davies and David Regal on the beautifully crafted script inspired by the 2008 French film L’Empreinte de L’Ange.

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ANGEL OF MINE – Review by Susan Wloszczyna

Angel of Mine sets us up to expect a nightmarish conclusion, something that is a cross between Vertigo and Fatal Attraction. Except the object of desire is a child and her obsessed stalker is a grieving mother whose life fell apart after her baby daughter died in a hospital fire seven years ago. That director Kim Farrant and writers Luke Davies and David Regal actually deliver a surprise ending that crazily unfolds in a white-bread Melbourne suburb is one of their maternal thriller’s greatest strengths.

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