Mother

Alamouti, D. 2011. Mother.

TitleMother
CreatorsAlamouti, D.
Description

The Mother is one of the most primordial and deeply held symbols in our human lexicon. In this film, the symbol is given a modern reworking through the story of a single and lonely woman in her late thirties, who is desperately trying to change the course of her troublesome life. Living in a nondescript, industrial port city in the South of England, she saves the money from her cleaning job in order to pay for a planned artificial insemination but when the doctors discovers her past she is forced to find an alternative.

Year2011
Publication dates
PublishedDec 2011

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