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Inspired by the Moretti’s own experience of losing his mother during the filming of one of his movies, Mia Madre is the story of a filmmaker trying to succeed in her career while dealing with a breakup, a disengaged teenage daughter and a hospitalised mother.
Pervaded by an unmistakable sense of intimacy and serious storytelling, the film is brightened by the ludicrous rattle between the protagonist Margherita (Margherita Buy) and the leading actor in her movie, American star Barry Huggins (John Turturro) and her tender relationship with her brother (Nanni Moretti) who always seems to be one step ahead of her.
Due to Rose’s ruthless and interfering attitude, mother and daughters will eventually grow apart.
After putting all her efforts into making a success of her girls, as her older daughter Louise (Natalie Wood) raises to stardom as burlesque star Gypsy Rose Lee, Mama Rose ends up resenting her for being famous, proving that chasing lost dreams through one’s children isn’t always the best way to make up for one’s failures.
Blissful and emotional, Pedro Almodóvar’s Oscar-winning cinematic soap opera shows us that family and home are where we find them.
Savage Grace (2007)Deeply disturbing yet tremendously performed, Tom Kalin’s tastefully composed drama is based on the real-life story of wealthy American socialite and artist Barbara Daly Baekeland (Julianne Moore) and her son Antony (Eddie Redmayne).
Stepmom (1998)If you don’t wash your eyes with tears in front of Susan Sarandon in the role of Jackie, a terminally ill mother of two forced to settle to her ex-husband’s new partner (Julia Roberts) then you’re probably an automaton.
Love, dedication and raw emotions are acted to tearful effect in this powerful depiction of a modern-day family.
Life is Beautiful (1997)At once uplifting and tragic, Roberto Benigni’s unforgettable tragicomedy tells the story of an Italian-Jewish family victim of the Holocaust and their spiritual triumph over the horrors of the war.
Loren’s dramatic interpretation of a passionate mother earned her an Oscar for Best Actress, the first to be awarded to a woman for a non-English speaking film.
Heartbreaking and compelling, Vittorio De Sica’s masterpiece is hailed as a staple of Italian neorealist cinema.