A Piano for Mrs. Cimino (1982)

TV Movie   |    |  Drama


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An elderly widow must find meaning and activity in her life when her son suggests she is no longer capable of handling her own affairs.

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1 February 2002 | AristarchosTheArchivist
A charming look on the light and dark sides of old age.
In a very sympathetic and sensitive manner this fine little TV-movie portrays the difficulties of old age - and the problems that arise when the younger generation has to make a decision: what shall we do when our grandparents can't manage their lives any more. Bette Davis is very touching as she struggles for her self-responsibility. The film has many aspects, even love between older people, which gives it an additional touch of romance. Though the pacing is at times somewhat slow, this is not a flaw. It contributes to the overall atmosphere - the light and dark sides of old age.

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