Thursday August 13, 2020

Stage Mother: Heavy-handed yarn is not worth the Covid-19 risk

Don’t bother breaking quarantine to head out and watch this faintly absurd film on the big screen

26th July, 2020
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Jacki Weaver, far right, in the predictable and clunky Stage Mother

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Stage Mother

Directed by Thom Fitzgerald

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