Anywhere But Here, 1999
“Anywhere But Here” is a movie based on a biographical book by American author Mona Simpson. Who is Steve Jobs’ own sister, and about whom, by the way, he had no idea for almost 30 years? So, the picture essentially tells the story of the relationship between Mona and herself. A down-to-earth and pragmatic girl and her mother, perpetually hovering in the clouds. It is interesting that as in the case with Cher and Winona Ryder in the already mentioned “Mermaids”, Susan Sarandon gave the producers of the film. An ultimatum: her daughter should play only Natalie Portman.
Gilmore Girls, 2000 – 2007
“Gilmore Girls” is not a movie, but a television series. A series that is one of the best in its genre, a series that is just terrific at revealing the relationship between daughters and mothers. Is this what you would do if you found out at 16 that you were expecting a baby? For example, Lorelei Gilmore, for example, who failed to live up to the expectations of her wealthy parents, left home and had a baby girl. She called herself one of the smartest girls in school. The future of American journalism got a business degree himself and opened his own hotel. The series was aired until 2007 but recently announced in November there would be a 4-part sequel. Where viewers will learn the history of one of the most popular female characters on television.
White Oleander, 2002
The plot is built around two women—a mother and her daughter. Strong, independent, creative Ingrid and fragile, young Astrid. On the surface, these two heroines appear to be cold, snowy queens. But in fact, they are passionate souls. Yes, so passionate that she first decides to kill the man who cheated on her, not even thinking about her daughter and the consequences it may lead to. And the second is so passionate and stubborn that she can not forgive it.
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