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Yields beguiling nectar.
New York Daily News
A slog to get through, but Jeanie Drynan's nuanced performance as the enduring matriarch makes it all worthwhile.
TV Guide Magazine
This Australian tear-jerker finds more humor than you'd imagine possible in the story of a dying woman getting to know her adult children.
Bursting with grotesque burlesques of household relations.
The New York Times
The general talent and dedication of the ensemble mitigate the script's occasional lapses into sentimentality and noisy confrontation.
The characters...are so unlikable that one longs for a bit of cheap sentiment if only to make them palatable.
New York Post
Honest but also derivative and crude.
Los Angeles Times
Asks us to spend 101 minutes with people most of us wouldtake pains to avoid in real life.
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