"Tully is both bitingly funny and observant-and a quietly radical statement on motherhood, sure to make mothers everywhere feel less alone." - Film Journal International

“In Tully, Jason Reitman’s third comedy with screenwriter Diablo Cody, everything about parenthood is a lie. Marlo (Charlize Theron, terrific) is days away from giving birth to her third child, and she tells everyone things are great. In truth, her husband Drew (Ron Livingston) plays video games every night, her special-needs son Jonah (Asher Miles Fallica) is close to getting kicked out of his private school kindergarten, and Marlo’s wealthy brother Craig (Mark Duplass) correctly fears she’s speeding toward another breakdown.

“One night, Craig announces that he’s bought Marlo a month with a millennial Mary Poppins, a night nurse who will watch the new baby so she can sleep. When Tully (a wonderfully bizarre Mackenzie Davis) arrives this magical hired hand solves everything overnight. Next to Marlo, a milk-leaking, primal mammal, the 26-year-old seems barely human. Her smile is almost too big, her eyes sparkle. Tully makes cupcakes. Tully cleans. But the best thing about Tully is that she’s honest, unlike everyone else in this polite suburban purgatory where no one says what they mean.

“Cody has a tremendous ear for dialogue. She hears the offhand mutters that speak volumes about a character, and lines that sound strange but ring exactly right.

“Tully is a marvellous movie about the lies we tell ourselves to stay sane—and the reasons why we might need to tell the truth.” - The Guardian


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