Baby Bump

11-year-old Mickey House is no longer a child. But who is he? He doesn’t know. He’s friendless. He doesn’t understand his mother. He hates what’s happening to his body. Reality and imagination come together in a toxic mix. Events escalate to extremes… at home and at school. Mickey has to find the strength within him to put a stop to what’s begun. Where will his encounter with his own maturing body take him?


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  • ★★★★ review by Garrett DeNardo on Letterboxd

    One of the more artful and visceral films about puberty I have seen. There isn't much to compare it to but it reminds me of Harmony Korine soaking frames of Amélie in a pink bucket filled with cum and urine.

  • ★★★★ review by Redwell on Letterboxd

    Having read this review several years ago now, I'm glad I finally got the chance to experience Baby Bump for myself. Definitely as as bizarre and polarizing as advertised. I'm content.

  • ★★★★ review by Kamran Ahmed on Letterboxd

    Review published at Next Projection

    80/100 - Baby Bump is not so much a story as it is a tapestry of the disturbing and uncomfortable experience of growing up.

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