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Questions of ethics and scientific capability are mixed with a mother’s torment in “My Zoe.” It’s the latest offering from writer/director/star Julie Delpy, who explores the struggles of parenthood and relationships with the feature, which provides a familiar overview of domestic frustration before it takes viewers somewhere unexpected. Dealing with a medical emergency threating the life of a 7-year-old girl, “My Zoe” is unavoidably heavy, and Delpy certainly provides moments of utter heartbreak. However, she’s not content to remain in a state of shock, creating a film that’s perceptive of extremity when it comes to guardianship, taking the story to a different kind of natural resolution that’s meant to inspire plenty of post-screen conversation. Read the rest at


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