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Charles S. Dutton
A grounded, soulful, celebratory comedy about three mothers and their adult sons. The film explores the stage after motherhood, Otherhood, when you have to redefine your relationship with your children, friends, spouse, and most importantly, yourself.
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I say surprisingly good but with actors/actresses like Charles S. Dutton and Loretta Devine what could you expect. A story of broken relationships, miscommunication, fear, struggles that turn into new beginnings. I can't say things always turn out this way but this movie gives us an opportunity to see what forgiveness, truth, and the power of love look like. The best part that I loved was when the mother finally revealed the truth, although In this movie you are not made aware that there is some truth to be revealed. We understood that Tatiyana Ali was angry because her father simply left but why did he stay away? It seemed the mother and her father remained amicable and not at each others throats...they did like many people went their own separate ways. Ali's mother didn't appear to be bitter, especially when she got with Dr. Gyno! That part just through me off a little but what good story doesn't. My favorite part was the wedding dance scene...it was beautiful to the point of tears. Great job.
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