Substance-addicted Hollywood actress Suzanne Vale is on the skids. After a spell at a detox centre her film company insists as a condition of continuing to employ her that she live with her mother Doris Mann, herself once a star and now a champion drinker. Such a set-up is bad news for Suzanne who has struggled for years to get out of her mother's shadow, and who finds her mother still treats her like a child. Despite these problems - and further ones to do with the men in in her life - Suzanne can begin to see the funny side of her situation, and it also starts to occur to her that not only do daughters have mothers, mothers do too.
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ricky W (kr) wrote: want to see this come out on digital so i can watch it again
Richard T (mx) wrote: First movie where my children 4 and 8 years old wanted to leave in the middle because it was "boring". That should tell you how horrible this movie was. Just boring.
Jakob B (ru) wrote: It's rather the big-belly of Steven Seagal...
Sam W (br) wrote: Cheesy and corny with over the top stereotyping, but it is never done in malice, focusing on the comedy and absurdness of the premise rather than the Nazi ideology. There isn't much driving the plot onwards beyond the core concept, but it is funny in a peculiar way, mostly due to the cheap special effects and charm of it being an amateur production. The moments of enjoyable silliness do come at the end, but it does feel like too little, too late.
Takushi Y (au) wrote: TOHO CINEMAS Nagoya Baycity, 2014/2/15