Reviving Ophelia (2010)

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The difficulties two sisters face raising their teenage daughters


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  • Rebecca Williams and Nick Thurston in Reviving Ophelia (2010)
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  • Jane Kaczmarek and Rebecca Williams in Reviving Ophelia (2010)

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28 May 2011 | vgrace01
Overall good, but I did have a problem with it
I HATED the way that Kelly and her mom were treated by Lizzie and her mom. It was obvious from the start that Lizzie thought she was better than her cousin and her mother thought she was better than Kelly's mom. Several references to this throughout the movie. And through it all, Kelly was still kind to Lizzie and her mother was still kind of Marie. Even when Marie said that she must be happy to learn that her daughter (Lizzie) is even more screwed up than Kelly, Kelly's mom didn't say anything. Sorry, but you don't treat family like that. The rivalry between the girls I can understand, but between their mothers? Too much for my taste.

Also, the actor who played Mark wasn't the best actor.

Other than that, I thought it was a good movie, an important one.

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