Review: My Happy Family, 2017, dir. Nana Ekvtimishvili and Simon Gross

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And here’s my second Sundance review for The Playlist, detailing the exquisite My Happy Family, a Georgian film by the directing duo of Nana Ekvtimishvili and Simon Gross. I’ve never seen anything they’ve made together before. I want to go back and watch all of their works now. My Happy Family is absolutely wonderful, and while I have a bad track record when it comes to this kind of hyperbole, I feel confident in saying that it’ll be a shock if I see ten movies in 2017 that are better. 

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