A suburban mother who is mild
Begins to panick with the birth of her third child
Struggling with herself
A special nanny is hired to help
And helps her find a side that is wild
Shot Caller – Jason Reitman
Role Play (Charlize Theron, Mackenzie Davis, Mark Duplass)
“I should get this coffee home before it gets cold and black like my womb”
“How much pee do you fucking need do you want me to spread it all not the floor do you want me to make a hooded shower”
“Your 20s are great but when your 30s hit you like a garbage truck at 5 am”
“Thank you for keeping me alive.. same”
+Club dance shot
The Big Finish
I officially have had all I can take of breast milk. Now that I have that out-of-the-way Tully from start to finish is an exceptional body of work. Charlize Theron is incredible as always and I love her full on immersion into whatever role she is portraying. Mackenzie Davis continues to impress me as she has a very bright future ahead of her. Diablo Cody delivers yet another intelligent script as she a has a true gift for writing and partners well with constant collaborator Jason Reitman. This picture offers a very gripping take on postpartum depression as well as the economic factors of having a child. My only grievance with this film is that from my optics it really makes post thirty seem as though it is the beginning of the end. I am sure it is not that bad but it is fun to relive your younger years every once in a while not just for fun but to at least maintain some sense of sanity. If only we could all go back in time. Tully is an unapologetic illustration of both the complexities of child-bearing as well as the beauty of motherhood.
– Caleb Harris
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