"Nana" marks the helming debut of artist/photographer Valerie Massadian, who combines an unmistakable Gallic cool with impressively controlled compositions. Lensed with a still camera, often at mid-distance, Massadian captures the child's inexhaustible sense of wonder amid nature's beauties and cruelties, yet proves less successful at grafting a rather unnecessary narrative onto innately primal sensations."
Sobre o filme
Prémios e nomeações
Áudio e legendas
- Versão original com legendas em português
- Áudio Original • Legendas Português
"Naturalistic and mysterious, “Nana” is terrifyingly dependent on its diminutive star. Insisting on neither written lines nor predetermined actions (the film’s short script was used primarily to obtain financing), Ms. Massadian, who worked with the child for almost two years, has coaxed a performance of remarkable lucidity. "
"Esta especie de cuento infantil, donde la directora se ha hecho amiga de la niña para poder obtener una de las mejores actuaciones infantiles, desconcierta en su transcurrir –como sucede con los cuentos."