My Mother Likes Women


Synopsis

MY MOTHER LIKES WOMEN is a staccato-paced comedy about three sisters whose lives are thrown off-kilter by their mother's sudden sexual awakening. Sofia, (Rosa Maria Sarda from All About My Mother), a renowned pianist, is long separated from the daughters' father. It is on the occasion of her birthday that she delivers a stunning announcement: she has fallen in love again. Clearly smitten, she begins to describe her new lover: somewhat younger... also a pianist. The daughters, thrilled and eager to hear more, are interrupted by the doorbell. A woman walks in... The daring feature debut of Spanish directors Ines Paris and Daniela Fejerman, MY MOTHER LIKES WOMEN traces the emotional landscape of a "modern" family that nevertheless registers seismic shock at this unexpected news. Sofia's daughters are the children of left-wing intellectuals. Yet, even their progressive background hasn't prepared them for the emotions they are about to experience.
Original Languages: Spanish , Czech
Genre: Comedy|Drama|GLBT|World Cinema
Running Time: 96 min.
Year: 2002

CREDITS

CAST
Leonor Watling ()
María Pujalte ()
Rosa Maria Sardà ()
DIRECTED BY
Daniela Feijerman

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