Mother (2014)

A father's death pushes a mother and daughter further apart. Simultaneously, a mother's death pulls a father and son closer together. Two intertwining stories about the tug of war between taking care of others and yourself.

Director:

Franz Maria Quitt

Writers:

Franz Maria Quitt, Natalie Johnson (story developer) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Cast overview:
Alexander Rolinski Alexander Rolinski ... Max
Ryan Jonze ... Philip
Kaylyn Scardefield ... Charlie
Darlene Cates ... Mother
Abraham Neme Abraham Neme ... Omar
Samantha Shane ... Redhead
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Storyline

Philip revels in a life without responsibilities until he's reunited with one that was taken away from him - his son, Max. After the passing of Max's mother, Philip is merely tasked with escorting him to his aunt's home, but, along the way, a long withheld truth provokes hope for an overdue bond. Meanwhile, Charlie, a physical therapist-in-training, is forced to take on her own mother, once a model, as her primary patient. Charlie decides a trip into nature is just what her obese and willfully homebound mother needs until what was meant to be a refreshing venture becomes overwhelmingly suffocating. While wading in the gravity of their loneliness, Charlie and Philip manage to find each other in a trash yard that separates their neighboring buildings and serves as a middle ground for Charlie to step out of her mother's shadow and Philip to step out of his own. Written by Franz Maria Quitt

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Genres:

Short | Drama

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Country:

Austria | USA

Language:

English

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Soundtracks

Mittelfinger
Performed by Bohren & Der Club of Gore
Produced by Morten Gass
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