Her Own Devices

The quiet mystery and harsh poetry of Valérie Massadian's Nana
by Robert Koehler   posted Jan 12, 2012

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Kelyna Lecomte in Nana, directed by Valérie Massadian
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First Look  |  Valérie Massadian  |  Nana  |  film review  |  French cinema  |  motherhood

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Robert Koehler is a film critic contributing to Variety, Cinema Scope, Film Comment, Cineaste and Film Journey, and a festival programmer.

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