Conceptually deviceful as a rendering on how a child may comprehend the all too serious; these curious experiments of imagination bring to life the impossible in time travel so that they may read between the lines, self-discovering their generational correlations. Minimalistic while still providing enough context. Embracive of its surrealism to a point where it feels solely natural. In other words, it definitely succeeds as the live-action Studio Ghibli Sciamma was going for. Cute!
“Petite Maman” is now playing in select theaters.