Posted on Thursday, February 1st, by Peter Sciretta. Returning from Sundance is a shocking experience. For almost two weeks I got to see some of the best that independent cinema has to offer. And there were quite a few films this year I did not like.
She is someone that I respect tremendously as an actor and any opportunity to get some time asking her even one question was something that I wanted to do. When she came into the room where the press conference was being held it was like a royal figure from England had entered. In the film Diane is an out of control mom. She constantly obsesses over everything little thing and is especially out of control with her youngest daughter — who is played by Mandy Moore.
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Directed by: Michael Lehmann. Because I Said So is a shameless chick flick about the relationship between a meddling mother and her daughter. It also demonstrates the double standards between women and men. Daphne is approaching her 60th birthday and wants nothing more than her youngest daughter, Millie, to find Mr Right and get married. She uses a very extensive personal ad and then interviews prospective suitors in a restaurant.