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- Caroline Poggi, Jonathan Vinel
Jessica is the leader of a group of lost boys with a violent past who now seek peace and harmony. She is the only one to have ever brought them love and understanding. They only wish to create a world where they can live in peace together, and forever.
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- Aomi Muyock
- Lukas Ionesco
- Maya Coline
- Paul Hamy
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Beautifully shot. A wild genre-bender with visual magic.
Dystopian drama from France stands out from the crowd. A high-concept panache. With the charismatic Jessica offering a ray of hope for the wayward souls in her care, the film presents a feminist subversion of typical savior narratives. Jessica Forever possesses an otherworldly look and feel […] that helps it stand out in the heavily populated dystopian realm. There’s poise and flair in the film’s overall stripped-back nature, echoed in its aesthetic touches as well.
A stylistically measured pace. A clinical look at the characters within. An oddly quiet strain of surrealism that takes hold of the imagery to share metaphor, give pain physical form, and unleash dark premonitions of impending carnage. These transitions from reality to hallucination are absolutely heartbreaking.
Its audacity makes it a potentially cult title, which for a first feature, is already somewhat of a success.