About Àma Gloria

by Ava Cahen

Marie Amachoukeli’s utterly truthful rendition of Cléo’s story, from her perspective as a six-year-old, reveals to us the emotions that flow through this wonderful character, and introduces us to another one; her nanny, Gloria. If the film is named after her, it’s because her comforting arms make up her whole world, where she can curl up and find refuge. A vibrant and personal film that resonates and echoes in our hearts like a soothing melody. 

Interview with Marie Amachoukeli

"In Àma Gloria, I wanted to talk about childhood, which I see as a volcano, a lullaby, and a time when you are madly in love with those who raise you. Whether they’re family or not."

At La Semaine de La Critique

Àma Gloria


Feature Film

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