An understated and delicately drawn drama, My Daughter, My Love penetrates the foibles and difficulties we face in talking about parenting, relationships, love, and family. During a trip to Paris to see a close friend since their childhood together in Marrakesh, who is recovering from a recent heart attack, Israeli widower Shimon, wonderfully played by Sasson Gabai (The Band’s Visit), visits his daughter, Alma (Sivan Levy), and her husband, Dori (Clément Aubert), whose marriage seems fraught with tension. He soon discovers that Alma has been seeing another man and wants to leave Dori along with their young son. This begins a complex web of interactions that reveal the desires and frustrations of each person in the family, parent or child, leading to Shimon’s revelation that there are limits to his control over his daughter’s life. Eitan Green’s film is a beautifully evoked and marvelously acted tale of acceptance and the feeling that it’s never too late to grow up.