"The recklessly talented Dolan is the most refreshing, impetuous and bratty voice in Canadian cinema. At Cannes, he cast an imposing shadow over the elder statesmen—Cronenberg and Egoyan, yes, but also Godard, master of the French new wave. Dolan wasn’t just getting called up from the kids’ table but kicking it over in the process. In ­September, following its successful premiere at TIFF, Mommy was named Canada’s submission for best foreign language film at this year’s Academy Awards.”

Source: Toronto Life