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MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS

by David Conolly, Hannah Davis

synopsis

Supermodels, lesbians, mother-fixated transvestites or simply lonely, eveyone needs a friendly ear and that is the chosen profession of Lorraine, a psycho therapist. But to whom does the therapist talk? Lorraine has to face the reality of her own destiny. Lorraine's mother Mary now has Alzheimer's. Lorraine delegates the problems of her mothers Alzheimer's between her cheque book and her sister, Nina, who has seen her dreams of a singing career and hopes of love and relationships slip by.

international title: MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS
original title: MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Gavin Films
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: David Conolly, Hannah Davis
film run: 83'
screenplay: David Conolly, Hannah Davis
cast: Joan Blackham, Jean Boht, Simone Bowkett, David Conolly, Caroline Burns Cooke, Hannah Davis, Miranda Hart, Alix Longman
cinematography by: Ben Turley
film editing: George Mallen, Ben Turley
music: Carl Davis
producer: David Conolly, Hannah Davis
production: La Plante Productions, Dolly Pictures, UK Film Council, Cougar Films
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