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The Lost Daughter
A woman sits near a beach shore.
Promotional release poster
Directed byMaggie Gyllenhaal
Written byMaggie Gyllenhaal
Based onThe Lost Daughter
by Elena Ferrante
Produced by
  • Charles Dorfman
  • Maggie Gyllenhaal
  • Osnat Handelsman-Keren
  • Talia Kleinhendler
Starring
CinematographyHelene Louvart
Edited byAffonso Gonçalves[1]
Music byDickon Hinchliffe[2]
Production
companies
  • Endeavor Content
  • Pie Films
  • Samuel Marshall Productions
  • In the Current
  • Faliro House Productions
Distributed by
  • Netflix (United States)
  • Spentzos Films (Greece)[3]
Release dates
  • September 3, 2021 (2021-09-03) (Venice)
  • December 17, 2021 (2021-12-17) (United States)
Running time
121 minutes[4]
Countries
  • United States
  • Greece
LanguageEnglish
Budget$5 million[5]
Box office$622,635[6]

The Lost Daughter is a 2021 psychological drama film adapted for the screen and directed by Maggie Gyllenhaal (in her feature directorial debut) based on the 2006 novel of the same name by Elena Ferrante. The film stars Olivia Colman, Dakota Johnson, Jessie Buckley, Paul Mescal, Dagmara Domińczyk, Jack Farthing, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, with Peter Sarsgaard, and Ed Harris. Colman also serves as an executive producer.

The Lost Daughter had its world premiere at the 78th Venice International Film Festival on September 3, 2021, where Gyllenhaal won the Golden Osella Award for Best Screenplay.[7] It began a theatrical limited release in the United States on December 17, 2021, prior to streaming on Netflix on December 31. The film was acclaimed by critics, and at the 94th Academy Awards received three nominations: Best Actress (Colman), Best Supporting Actress (Buckley), and Best Adapted Screenplay.[8]

Plot[edit]

While on holiday in Greece, middle-aged university professor and noted translator, Leda Caruso, meets Nina, a young mother, after Nina's three-year-old daughter Elena goes momentarily missing on the beach. Leda finds Elena and returns her to Nina, who expresses her growing exhaustion and unhappiness. Elena is upset after she loses her favorite doll, which Leda has secretly taken. In flashbacks, it is revealed that young Leda also struggled with being a young mother to her two daughters, Bianca and Martha, often losing her patience and becoming withdrawn from her family.

One evening, Leda has dinner with Lyle, her holiday apartment's caretaker, who sees that she has the doll but doesn't comment on it, nor does he tell Nina. Leda later discovers Nina is having an affair with Will, who works at the beach bar, and Nina explains that her husband Toni is very controlling. The search for Elena's doll continues, with Nina even putting up flyers offering a reward for its return.

At a market, Leda buys Nina a hatpin to help hold her sunhat in place. When Nina asks Leda about her daughters, Leda becomes emotional; she reveals that she had abandoned them for three years after she became too overwhelmed, leaving them with her now ex-husband, during which time she had an affair with a fellow professor. She admits that being away from her daughters felt "amazing," and she only went back to them when she genuinely missed them. Nina learns that Leda knows about her and Will, and Will later asks Leda if they can borrow her apartment to have sex.

The next day when Nina arrives at Leda's to get the apartment keys, Leda admits to being a selfish and "unnatural" mother and warns Nina that her depression will never go. Leda also gives her Elena's doll, confessing that she took it and that she was "just playing." Nina reacts angrily and stabs Leda in the stomach with the hatpin before leaving. That night, Leda packs her bags and leaves the resort, but drives her car off the road due to the pain from her wound. She stumbles down the beach and collapses on the shoreline.

The next morning, Leda awakens on the beach and calls Bianca, who happens to be with Martha. They express their relief to hear from their mother, from whom they had not heard in several days. Leda says she is fine and then looks down to discover an orange in her hands; she peels the orange skin off "like a snake," the way she had done for her daughters when they were little.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

Maggie Gyllenhaal acquired the film rights to the Elena Ferrante novel in October 2018, and wrote and directed the adaptation.[9] The lead character, Leda, says that she is named for the woman in the W. B. Yeats poem "Leda and the Swan", which Yeats based on the Leda story of Greek mythology.[10][11]

In February 2020, Olivia Colman, Jessie Buckley, Dakota Johnson and Peter Sarsgaard were cast in the film.[12] In August, Paul Mescal was added,[13] and in October 2020, Oliver Jackson-Cohen was cast as well,[14] with Ed Harris, Dagmara Domińczyk, Jack Farthing and Alba Rohrwacher joining in November.[15]

Principal photography began in Spetses, Greece, in September 2020 (from 28 September 2020 to 31 October 2020).[16][17]

Release[edit]

The Lost Daughter had its world premiere at the 78th Venice International Film Festival on September 3, 2021.[18] In August 2021, Netflix acquired distribution rights to the film in the United States and several other countries,[3][19] adding more markets, including the United Kingdom, in October.[20] The film screened at film festivals in the Telluride,[21][22] Hamptons,[23] London,[24] Lyon Metropolis,[25] Mill Valley,[26] Montclair,[27] New York,[28] San Diego (closing night),[29] Zurich,[30] and Whistler Film Festival.[31] It was released in the United States on December 17, 2021, in a limited release prior to streaming on Netflix on December 31, 2021.[32][33]

Reception[edit]

The performances of Olivia Colman and Jessie Buckley received critical acclaim and earned them Academy Award nominations for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress, respectively.

At its opening night world premiere, the movie received a four-minute standing ovation from Venice Film Festival attendees in the Sala Grande.[34]

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 94% based on 231 reviews, with an average rating of 7.8/10. The website's critics consensus reads: "A strikingly assured debut for writer-director Maggie Gyllenhaal, The Lost Daughter unites a brilliant cast in service of a daringly ambitious story."[35] On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 86 out of 100, based on reviews from 51 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".[36]

Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle wrote: "Still, no matter how flat The Lost Daughter can sometimes seem, there's always something to hold our attention. The movie is never great, but it's never exactly dull. There's always a reason to stick around for the next scene."[37]

Jeannette Catsoulis of The New York Times wrote: “Equal parts troubling and affecting, Leda epitomizes a type of woman whose needs are rarely addressed in American mainstream movies. We can dislike her, but we are never permitted to revile her.”[38] Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune wrote Gyllenhaal “keeps a close eye on what brings out the best in a scene, and in a story worth telling, with morally imperfect, fully dimensional, persistently human characters.”[39]

Alissa Wilkinson of Vox wrote “The movie captures the spirit of the novel well. It’s suspenseful, but it’s not a thriller; there are elements of obsession and eroticism, but they never quite go where you expect. The end is deeply ambiguous, neither punishing nor condoning its characters’ behavior. It simply asks us to sit with them — to pay them the respect of attention, and learn something about ourselves in the process.”[40]

Armond White gave a negative assessment in the National Review, saying the film “is so perfectly rotten that it surely reflects some twisted, deep-seated attitude held by Maggie Gyllenhaal, the actress turned director-writer, again taking to her soapbox for a politically modish statement”.[41]

Accolades[edit]

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients Result Ref.
Venice International Film Festival September 11, 2021 Golden Lion The Lost Daughter Nominated [7]
Golden Osella for Best Screenplay Maggie Gyllenhaal Won
Gotham Independent Film Awards November 29, 2021 Best Feature Charles Dorfman, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Osnat Handelsman-Keren and Talia Kleinhendler Won [42][43]
Bingham Ray Breakthrough Director Award Maggie Gyllenhaal Won
Best Screenplay Won
Outstanding Lead Performance Olivia Colman Won
Outstanding Supporting Performance Jessie Buckley Nominated
New York Film Critics Circle December 3, 2021 Best First Film The Lost Daughter Won [44]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Awards December 6, 2021 Best Actress Olivia Colman Nominated [45]
New York Film Critics Online December 12, 2021 Top 10 Films of 2021 The Lost Daughter Won [46]
Boston Society of Film Critics Awards December 12, 2021 Best Supporting Actress Jessie Buckley Won [47]
Best New Filmmaker Maggie Gyllenhaal Won
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards December 15, 2021 Best Actress Olivia Colman Nominated [48]
Best Supporting Actress Jessie Buckley Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Maggie Gyllenhaal Nominated
Milos Stehlik Breakthrough Filmmaker Award Nominated
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Awards December 19, 2021 Best Actress Olivia Colman Nominated [49]
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association December 20, 2021 Best Picture The Lost Daughter Runner-up [50]
Best Actress Olivia Colman Runner-up
National Society of Film Critics January 8, 2022 Best Supporting Actress Jessie Buckley Runner-up [51]
Alliance of Women Film Journalists Awards January 2022 Best Film The Lost Daughter Nominated [52]
Best Director Maggie Gyllenhaal Nominated
Best Screenplay, Adapted Nominated
Best Woman Director Nominated
Best Woman Screenwriter Nominated
Best Actress Olivia Colman Won
Most Daring Performance Award Nominated
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Jessie Buckley Nominated
Golden Globe Awards January 9, 2022 Best Director Maggie Gyllenhaal Nominated [53]
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Olivia Colman Nominated
San Diego Film Critics Society January 10, 2021 Best Director Maggie Gyllenhaal Nominated [54]
Best Actress Olivia Colman Nominated
San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle January 10, 2022 Best Director Maggie Gyllenhaal Nominated [55]
Best Actress Olivia Colman Won
Best Supporting Actress Jessie Buckley Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Maggie Gyllenhaal Nominated
Austin Film Critics Association January 11, 2022 Best Actress Olivia Colman Nominated [56]
Best First Film Maggie Gyllenhaal Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association January 16, 2022 Best Actress Olivia Colman Won [57]
Best Supporting Actress Jessie Buckley Won
Best First Feature Maggie Gyllenhaal Won
Houston Film Critics Society Awards January 19, 2022 Best Actress Olivia Colman Nominated [58]
Best Supporting Actress Jessie Buckley Nominated
Online Film Critics Society Awards January 24, 2022 Best Actress Olivia Colman Won [59]
Best Adapted Screenplay Maggie Gyllenhaal Nominated
Best Debut Feature Won
London Film Critics Circle Awards February 6, 2022 Film of the Year The Lost Daughter Nominated [60]
Actress of the Year Olivia Colman Won
British/Irish Actress of the Year (for body of work) Nominated
Jessie Buckley Nominated
Supporting Actress of the Year Nominated
Screenwriter of the Year Maggie Gyllenhaal Nominated
Set Decorators Society of America Awards February 22, 2022 Best Achievement in Decor/Design of a Contemporary Feature Film Christine-Athina Vlachos, Inbal Weinberg Nominated [61]
USC Scripter Awards February 26, 2022 Best Adapted Screenplay - Film Maggie Gyllenhaal Won [62]
Screen Actors Guild Awards February 27, 2021 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role Olivia Colman Nominated [63]
Art Directors Guild Awards March 5, 2022 Excellence in Production Design for a Contemporary Film Inbal Weinberg Nominated [64]
Independent Spirit Awards March 6, 2022 Best Feature Charles Dorfman, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Osnat Handelsman-Keren and Talia Kleinhendler Won [65]
Best Director Maggie Gyllenhaal Won
Best Screenplay Won
Best Supporting Female Jessie Buckley Nominated
Directors Guild of America Awards March 12, 2022 Outstanding Directing – First-Time Feature Film Maggie Gyllenhaal Won [66]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards March 13, 2022 Best Actress Olivia Colman Nominated [67]
Best Adapted Screenplay Maggie Gyllenhaal Nominated
British Academy Film Awards March 13, 2022 Best Actress in a Supporting Role Jessie Buckley Nominated [68]
Best Adapted Screenplay Maggie Gyllenhaal Nominated
Artios Awards March 17, 2022 Outstanding Achievement in Casting - Studio or Independent (Drama) Kahleen Crawford Nominated [69]
Satellite Awards April 2, 2022 Best Motion Picture – Drama The Lost Daughter Nominated [70]
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Olivia Colman Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Maggie Gyllenhaal Nominated
Academy Awards March 27, 2022 Best Actress Olivia Colman Nominated [71]
Best Supporting Actress Jessie Buckley Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Maggie Gyllenhaal Nominated

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