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The heart of the film, though, is Alice’s relationship with her daughter Lydia. Lydia comes intensely to life thanks to Kristen Stewart, who, like Moore, is easily a champ of TIFF 2014 thanks to her equally strong performance in Olivier Assayas’s Clouds of Sils Maria. Stewart grows Lydia from a self-involved flighty artist into a compassionate maternal figure, eager and willing to return the love her mother gave her as a child. Stewart arguably gives her most emotional and vulnerable performance to date. Her final monologue, in which she recites to Alice Harper’s final monologue from Tony Kushner’s Angles in America, is one of the most heartrending scenes you’ll see this year. Stills Alice responds with Moore’s finest scene of the film, which totally submerses Alice in her disease but brings to the surface the one true element that cannot be forgotten in a parent-child relationship: love. (cinemablographer.com)


While Julianne Moore and Kristen Stewart have received acclaim for their performances in Maps to the Stars and Clouds of Sils Maria, respectively, this year, I don’t hesitate to say that both actresses best their prior work here. (thefilmstage.com)

The heart of the film, though, is Alice’s relationship with her daughter Lydia. Lydia comes intensely to life thanks to Kristen Stewart, who, like Moore, is easily a champ of TIFF 2014 thanks to her equally strong performance in Olivier Assayas’s Clouds of Sils Maria. Stewart grows Lydia from a self-involved flighty artist into a compassionate maternal figure, eager and willing to return the love her mother gave her as a child. Stewart arguably gives her most emotional and vulnerable performance to date. Her final monologue, in which she recites to Alice Harper’s final monologue from Tony Kushner’s Angles in America, is one of the most heartrending scenes you’ll see this year. Stills Alice responds with Moore’s finest scene of the film, which totally submerses Alice in her disease but brings to the surface the one true element that cannot be forgotten in a parent-child relationship: love. (cinemablographer.com)
While Julianne Moore and Kristen Stewart have received acclaim for their performances in Maps to the Stars and Clouds of Sils Maria, respectively, this year, I don’t hesitate to say that both actresses best their prior work here. (thefilmstage.com)

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