Friday, April 25, 2008

Then She Found Me

Then She Found Me, a new film starring actor/director Helen Hunt and Bette Midler, explores issues of American motherhood: ticking biological clocks, unintended pregnancy, single parenting, adoption, and mother-daughter relationships, for starters.

Stephen Holden reviews the film (which is based the novel by Elinor Lipman) in the NYT.

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