Mother's Milk (2013)
An unassuming statistics professor abducts a young woman he sees jogging in the park with a baby, imprisoning her in his basement in order to steal her mother's milk. The kidnapping goes awry, however, when the dysfunctional professor discovers that the woman is in fact the child's aunt. Over the course of the next few weeks, the pair enters into a precarious relationship that threatens to end in tragedy.
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Critic Reviews for Mother's Milk
You wouldn't want to hang out with these people, but you might enjoy listening to them squabble from the other side of a fence.
Director Gerry Fox has made countless, award-winning arts documentaries but has bitten off more than he can handle with his feature debut.
There are a few achingly bad moments that unnecessarily point up the crudity of vacuous British expatriates, but this is generally a film that knows its foreign milieu without being sneeringly knowing.
The humour is brittle, British and throwaway, but with a tang of real poison.
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