FUCK YEAH XAVIER DOLAN
Sara. 22. Poland.
FUCK YEAH XAVIER DOLAN
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Q: Hi there! Thanks for running this blog, it's definitely a good one. I was also wondering if you had a link to watch Mommy? x
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Xavier Dolan for Telerama septembre 2014

by Jerome Bonnet
Xavier Dolan for Telerama septembre 2014

by Jerome Bonnet
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Xavier Dolan for Men’s Fashion
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mrsalabamaworley:

 Elephant Games stars Xavier Dolan as a highly intelligent but disturbed patient who ropes a therapist (Bruce Greenwood) into his mind games when another therapist goes missing after their last session. Fascinated by his new patient, and completely unprepared as to what he is up against, Greenwood soon discovers the longer they converse, the harder it is to discern the truth from a lie. Dolan gives a beautifully masterful performance as the manipulative patient, stealing the show scene after scene. Greenwood is strong, as is Catherine Keener who plays Dolan’s nurse, the person who knows him best but whose advise is dismissed. Certain character development could be stronger and the film could shave off the last few unnecessary and predictable closure scenes but overall is strong enough to make it a worthwhile watch.
7/10
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Xavier Dolan 
 Director and writer, Mommy
 Actor, Elephant Song
 TIFF14 in Portrait by Christopher Wahl
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▶ MOMMY soundtrack ; 10 (+ 2 from the trailer) tracks from Xavier Dolan’s Mommy


01. “Childhood” - Craig Armstrong // 02. “Building A Mystery” - Sarah McLachlan // 03. “White Flag” - Dido // 04. “Colourblind” - Counting Crows // 05. “On Ne Change Pas” - Céline Dion // 06. “Blue (Da Ba Dee)” - Eiffel 65 //07. “Vivo Per Lei (feat. Giorgia)” - Andrea Bocelli // 08. “Wonderwall” - Oasis // 09. “Experience” - Ludovico Einaudi // 10. “Born To Die” - Lana Del Rey // 11. “Counting Stars” - OneRepublic // 12. “Anything Could Happen” - Ellie Goulding
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photo by Jean Philippe Lebée
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Xavier Dolan accepts the Jury Prize for his film Mommy at the Cannes Film Festival, May 2014
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Winner of The Jury Prize, director Xavier Dolan poses as he attends the Palme D’Or Winners photocall during the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival (24mai2014)