The most brutal birth
Sunday People|January 10, 2021
PIECES OF A WOMAN Cert 15 On Netflix now
DENIS MANN

There is much to admire in Pieces Of A Woman but not so much to like. The acting is skilful and committed as wife Martha (Vanessa Kirby) and husband Sean (Shia LaBeouf) fall apart when their baby dies during a home birth.

Yet I didn’t find the film convincing.

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