Watching our parents age is both a privilege and a source of heartache. This is the idea behind Natalia Erika James’ debut Relic, a supernatural horror film that artfully builds a sense of anxiety, although it notes that the purely natural process of aging is quite shocking, both for those who go through it and for spectators to happen. This is a horror movie with a soul. And ‘less ambitious and aggressive complicated than, say, Ari Aster hereditary-another film about the complexity sometimes grueling parent-child bond, but it is also, in the end, more thoughtful. His conclusion rings a bell of delicate ambiguity; You may not know how you feel the end, as you see it now, but could stay with you for days. Kay (Emily Mortimer) and his daughter, Sam (Bella Heathcote) are called to the house of the mother of Kay, in a remote pocket of the desert. She has not been seen or heard in days, and Kay and Sam are concerned. You will find the house empty but full of ominous signs: There are candles carved creepy hanging on a rack that look like pieces of meat fat marbled; a small mountain shriveled fruit sits in a bowl, almost before our eyes fall apart. Sam Kay, with the help of neighbors, scrub the nearby forest; Back home, tidy up, take note of the multiple, often hangs in newly built house some of the fixed ports, and the left to come along stretches of the wall and creeping appears to go out of shape. Scattered around the house, they found little evidence that a person whose memory could write failed “close the tap” to things like or “Turn off the lights.” It reads, “It does not follow.” And then, almost miraculously, the mother of Kay and Sam grandmother-her name is Edna, and is played by Australian actor shows Robyn Nevin. The awakening from a dream treacherous, Kay finds in a morning kitchen to make coffee. Besides Edna Edna it is not entirely, at least not all the time. There are strange bruises on his body; I’m Sam, then his stolen his deified only to accuse a ring. Are you cold, improve eyes of her daughter and grandson only Kays guilt and fear. It has a certain tension between mother and daughter were-they feel Edna quite resolute and always Kay was not so often been in touch with her, how he feels should have them. It ‘also the awareness that the mother may not be able to live alone. They visited a nursing home, where the conductor with objective serenity says: “Think taken as an independent life with the” Go edges, you should probably do not know much more about Relic, but you can trust that James pretty maintains the moving story. (He also co-wrote the screenplay with Christian Blanc.) Mortimer, with that voice that always sounds on the verge of tears, is an agile, multi-layered performance, playing a woman who is already thinking that they are too Teller she until he faced the daunting reality that the life of his mother is in their hands now. Kay stress, anger and sadness all come to the fore in Relic. Edna behave always ungeradees is normal or not? -Demands action on their part. And ‘the challenge? He does the only thing he can, and if it is right infestation, compassionate question that hangs in the air like smoke.