Watching Adele and Ann struggle with their growing relationship is more tiring than emotionally satisfying. The story from Mona Simpson's novel is familiar in plot and theme although the details here are unique and especially well done. If you still feel the need to contact us, our preferred method is by email but you can phone us if you desire and we will gladly give you the original url s of where the content is hosted so you can get it removed there. Natalie Portman is absolutely fantastic as the daughter in this lovely mother-daughter relationship film. Ann, Portman and Susan Sarandon, who plays her newly divorced mother, Adele, travel from a small town in the middle of nowhere to Beverly Hills. In "Anywhere But Here", Mom Susan Sarandon is all nerves and constantly there for the daughter, much to the daughter's annoyance. They pay for everything in my life.
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Portman pulls this role off with such ease that you almost forget that she has not been making movies for 20 years. But I thought it was a fine movie. Or you could send your favourites along to Mart. Portman does a fine job of portraying a character undergoing changes as she takes on more responsibility. She has had 2 unsuccessful marriages. You can almost feel there is a bond there beyond the actual movie. Director Wang should be given the Oscar alone for his choice to just linger on Portman's face for extended times.