Films That Capture The Complexity Of Mother-Daughter Relationships

Still Alice, 2014

Still Alice, 2014

USA

Waking up one day and realizing you’re starting to forget a word is terrible. especially for a linguistics professor. The makers of Still Alice brought up a disease that has been talked increasingly about lately, Alzheimer’s disease. However, what does a person with symptoms of this disease feel and what do their family members experience? And how can they help? Because these are the questions the director and actors seek answers to from Julianne Moore. Who won an Oscar for her role? Kristen Stewart and Alec Baldwin.

Juliet, 2016

Juliet, 2016

Spain

Director Pedro Almodovar calls his film “the most restrained” in his film career. However, there is no humor, and many close-ups and simple expressive means are used. The film was originally called “Silence,” but Almodóvar had to change it because it coincided with the silence of Scorsese’s new film. The film tells the story of Juliet, whose daughter mysteriously disappears. In an attempt to find her traces, the woman recalls her turbulent youth. Her love, and the terrible tragedy that drove her away from her daughter,

Mother and Child, 2009

Mother and Child, 2009

Spain, USA

Three women with different characters, three destinies, and three stories that share a mother-child relationship. Since, Years ago, a 14-year-old girl gave up her newborn daughter for adoption, and it became her lifelong pain. Her now-adult, 37-year-old careerist daughter is afraid to get people but, at the same time. Strives to prove her strength and importance to everyone around her. And on the other hand, a married successful young woman is unable to give birth to her child. A Mother, husbands, lovers, and neighbors are woven into the stories of these women, but one little girl will send the record straight.

Read More:-

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.