First Trailer for TWO MOTHERS, Starring Naomi Watts and Robin Wright as Women in Love with Each Other’s Sons

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The first international trailer for director Anne Fontaine’s (Coco Before Chanel) drama Two Mothers has, fittingly, found its way online on Valentine’s Day.  The film stars Naomi Watts and Robin Wright as two lifelong friends who unexpectedly fall in love with each other’s sons (yes, it’s basically a feature film adaptation of “Motherlover”).  I caught the film at Sundance at it’s a peculiar movie.  The story chronicles these two relationships over a number of years and shows the ups and downs that feel universal to any relationship, but it’s hard to forget that you’re watching two middle-aged women cuddle up to boys that they have known since they were babies.  It’s not a bad movie, but it did elicit quite a bit of unintentional laughter at its Sundance premiere.  You can read my full review right here.

Hit the jump to watch the trailer.  The film also stars Xavier Samuel, James Frecheville, and Ben Mendelsohn and will hit theaters later this year.

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  • sense 11

    That’s Hot

  • Kevin

    cos every mother’s day needs a mother’s night…

  • Shoerki

    what a pair of stunning beautiful women

  • Really?!?

    This is just a french woman’s version of every single porno that involves a mother and her son’s friend. Really just plain sad France, that you cannot come up with your own ideas.

  • BobLoblaw

    Yeah, for their sake, I’m glad the filmmakers weren’t at Eccles that night, because I seriously doubt their intention was to receive that amount of laughter.

  • TantricThunder

    Am I the only one who looked past the drama and sex, and noticed that the film is titled ‘Perfect Mothers’ and not ‘Two Mothers,’ as the headline for this article suggests?

  • TantricThunder

    Am I the only one who looked past the drama and sex, and noticed that the film is titled \’Perfect Mothers\’ and not \’Two Mothers,\’ as the headline for this article suggests?

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