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The Other Woman (2009)

Love and Other Impossible Pursuits (original title)
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The story of a woman dealing with her daughter's death while trying to keep her marriage and her relationship with her stepson.

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The story of a woman dealing with her daughter's death while trying to keep her marriage and her relationship with her stepson.

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Love makes everything possible.

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Drama

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Rated R for sexual content and language | See all certifications »

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28 October 2010 (Russia)  »

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$6,224 (USA) (4 February 2011)

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$20,585 (USA) (25 February 2011)
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Scott Cohen plays a character with the last name Wolfe. He also plays a character named Wolf and also acts like one in the mini tv show The 10th Kingdom. See more »

Goofs

William's drawing from the middle of the movie is a different one from the one showed at the end of the movie. You can clearly see that drawn William on the first drawing is more sad than the William in the other drawing. See more »

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Featured in Ebert Presents: At the Movies: Episode #1.3 (2011) See more »

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After You're Gone
Written by Turner Layton and Henry Creamer (as Harry Creamer)
Arranged by Jay Weigel
Performed by Jay Weigel
Courtesy of Carondelet Music Group, LLC
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Very moving and somewhat inspiring story about a mother's loss and the fight to recover. Great acting, great movie, I say A
16 May 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Can you love someone's son after you lost your daughter? Emilia's (Portman) relationship with her husbands son is strained after the death of their 3 day old daughter. To make matters worse his ex wife (Kudrow) is doing her best to turn the son against her. This is a very heartbreaking movie to watch and it is a little difficult to make it through. Much more devastating then "Rabbit Hole". Portman is incredible in this and actually should have won the Oscar for this and not "Black Swan" (though she did deserve it). Although this is a very hard movie to get through it is entirely worth it and you will be glad you watched it. This is not a typical Hollywood movie and that's why it is so good. Very heart-wrenching and moving. It will make you examine your life to decide what is important. When you watch this make sure you don't have plans after, it will bring you down, though the ending is a little uplifting. I really enjoyed this movie, much more then I thought I would. I give it an A.

Would I watch again? - I might, but it would be tough.

*Also try - Rabbit Hole & Step Mom


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