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Mom is a heavy duty, darkly dramatic film that doesn't mince its ideas. It's a story full of brutality and shock. The dramatic punches are what make this film such a gratifying experience.
For all its narrative flaws, Mom does have some plus points, especially cinematographer Anay Goswami's frames.
Had Mom been narrated from Mathew's point of view, it might have fulfilled its neo-noir ambitions, but it ends up satisfying neither the thriller genre conventions nor the requirements of a psychological drama of a family coping with rape.
Mom does what it intends to: Become a film that can hold the audience's attention for 148 minutes.
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