Angela Logan is a single mother with three teenage boys, a completely chaotic life, and a house that's falling apart, the same house where she sat in the kitchen as a child and listened to ... See full summary »
Not To Be Confused With, nor does it have anything to do with Apple Macintosh & the Steve Jobs story.
Angela Logan had the support she needed & everything else just slotted into place at the right time.
When you have the support you need, or you partner-up with someone whose dream it is to help you complete your dream, rather than living for their own dream, your outlook & productivity is greater, as was the case with Angela Logan. Some people might call it being 'self-less'. Problems arise when individualism gets in the way.
From the movie I get the feeling that Angela Logan's children supported her ideas. They weren't in competition against her or with her - ie: they didn't feel their mother or the world owes them something. They weren't in competition with each other - ie: sibling rivalry, neither did they seem to suffer from a 'a disease of the times' - a 'neurotic malady' called 'syndrome' - ie: oldest child syndrome, middle child syndrome, youngest child syndrome, only child syndrome.