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Naomi Watts in Mother and Child

Rodrigo Garcia is out with his next movie

motherandchild_samuelljackson_naomiwatts-500x267It has taken some time for Rodrigo Garcia to get to his next project. I have certainly followed this director from the days of Six Feet Under. He is one of those rare breed of directors who understands magic realism in mainstream cinema. I remember watching his beautiful Nine Lives and felt really touched by it. It was matter of time when huge brigade of actors would star in his next film.

The film is based on of the most familiar bonds between a Mother and a Child. It will hold no bar what is needed to be shown. The star cast includes Naomi Watts and Samuel Jackson who are feature in this lovely photograph. It also is filled with a interesting list of people Annette Bening, Kerry Washington, Jimmy Smits and David Ramsey. The film will be headlining in the Toronto Film Festival this year. So everyone was going to hope it turns out swell.

It tells the story of a woman, played by Annette Bening, who has grown bitter throw the years since she had to give up her daughter. Her daughter is played by the beautiful Naomi Watts. She has grown up to land a job at a firm which is headed by Samuel’s character. There is an internal connection that is so prevalent in most of Rodrigo’s movies that hold these two characters together.

The much needed warmth is in the form of Kerry Washington as Lucy, a baker longing for a child of her own. She is so passionate about parenting that she drives her husband to adopt a child.

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John

John has a keen sense of what ticks in the world of film. He can also be seen in three distinct short film titled Woken Shell, The Tea Shop in the Moon and The Waiting. Cinema has been the basic diet he has been on for the last 10 years. His personality can be judged by the choices of his films.

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