It is the most fetishised human relationship: mother and child. From Mary and Jesus to Madonna and Lourdes, and everything in between. But what happens when visual imagery subverts the common narrative? What happens when a mother isn’t gazing into her baby’s eyes? What happens when the screen shows breasts being used as dispensers of food? What happens when a mother and her baby occupy a double bed together? This work duly comments on the medium of cinema itself and the stories it peddles, which serve to reinforce patriarchal hegemony.