A young orphan, heir to a vast fortune, is fostered into a somewhat bizarre family, primarily due to the fact that his foster mom can become invisible. When the child's cousins show up to ...
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A young orphan, heir to a vast fortune, is fostered into a somewhat bizarre family, primarily due to the fact that his foster mom can become invisible. When the child's cousins show up to get a bit of the youngster's fortune, his foster mom saves the day.Written by
It may be that I could not comprehend the intricate tangle of subplots and complex characterisations within this piece of cinema as I have not yet had the pleasure of enjoying the first in the canon of the Invisible Mother, the eponymously titled 'Invisible Mom'.
Certainly this film had a lot to say about modern capitalist America and the role of invisible parents and their effect on their progeny. Commendably the role of the 'Invisible Mother' was of a strong and independent woman struggling against the the adversity of being non visible.
Despite her lack of effect on photonic radiation she presented a strong role model for any invisible girls thinking of bearing children.
Sadly, and much to my dismay, this could not stop the film stinking like a bucket of prawns in the sun.
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