The Eternal Daughter Review: Double Dose of Tilda Swinton Never Fails

Ever have a complicated relationship with a loved one? Grieving someone close to you? In the mood for a double dose of Tilda Swinton? After all, she's no stranger to playing dual roles — check out her standout supporting turn(s) in the Coen brothers' Hail, Caesar! But in award-winning filmmaker Joanna Hogg's latest indie effort with Swinton — having also collaborated on both The Souvenir and The Souvenir Part II — Swinton is at her best, on a more serious note, playing both the mother and daughter of a seemingly complicated yet loving relationship that we see further unfold in a ghostly, gothic, beautiful way. This is A24's The Eternal Daughter, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival and will hit the masses on December 2.


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