Messy and self-conscious comedy, taking place over a single day, about harried (and annoying) Manhattan mom and children's blog writer Eliza Welch (Thurman with dark brown hair and nerd glasses). Nothing much happens as Eliza checks her to-do list and schleps through her domestic and childcare routines, including gossiping on the playground with other moms and preparing for her 6-year-old daughter's birthday party.
Uma Thurman, recently in the Windy City for the Chicago International Film Festival, has been telling reporters that the reason she was interested in starring in Katherine Dieckmann's Motherhood is because there haven't been enough films made about
the day-to-day life of the modern matriarch. That's an undeniable ...Read More