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The Lost Daughter  2021
Director:  Maggie Gyllenhaal
Producer:
  Charlie Dorfman, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Osnat Handelsman-Keren and Talia Kleinhendler
Screenplay:
  Maggie Gyllenhaal, based on the novel La Figlia Oscura / The Lost Daughter by Elena Ferrante
Director of Photography:
  Hélène Louvart
Cast:
spacer1 Olivia Colman
spacer1 Dakota Johnson
spacer1 Peter Sarsgaard
spacer1 Jessie Buckley
people1 Ed Harris
spacer1 Paul Mescal
spacer1 Oliver Jackson-Cohen
spacer1 Dagmara Dominczyk
spacer1 Jack Farthing
spacer1 Panos Koronis
spacer1 Vassilis Koukalani
spacer1 Alba Rohrwacher
spacer1 Olivia Colman spacer1 Dakota Johnson spacer1 Peter Sarsgaard
spacer1 Jessie Buckley people1 Ed Harris spacer1 Paul Mescal
spacer1 Oliver Jackson-Cohen spacer1 Dagmara Dominczyk spacer1 Jack Farthing
spacer1 Panos Koronis spacer1 Vassilis Koukalani spacer1 Alba Rohrwacher
spacer1 Olivia Colman spacer1 Dakota Johnson
spacer1 Peter Sarsgaard spacer1 Jessie Buckley
people1 Ed Harris spacer1 Paul Mescal
spacer1 Oliver Jackson-Cohen spacer1 Dagmara Dominczyk
spacer1 Jack Farthing spacer1 Panos Koronis
spacer1 Vassilis Koukalani spacer1 Alba Rohrwacher

Synopsis:
Leda (Colman) is a woman nearing 50, luxuriating alone in a quiet seaside spot in Greece, when a brash American family arrives. She’s disturbed by their presumptuous and aggressive-if-crossed takeover of the beach, but fascinated by a stunning young mum amongst them (Johnson) with a clingy child.

When the daughter momentarily gets lost, the two women connect. It’s a simple encounter, but below the surface lies a tangled and messy human tale of how some women don’t relish motherhood, a story about putting your own needs first and the consequences of that. Gyllenhaal confidently shifts between present and past – with Jessie Buckley brilliant as a young Leda – all beautifully captured by director of photography Hélène Louvart (Happy as Lazzaro, Rocks). As psychologically rich as a great book, Gyllenhaal crafts scenes of pleasure, regret, mystery and peril, always offering a thrilling sense of not knowing exactly what will happen next.

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