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I was drawn to Hollywood, and not just for the beauty of the City, the architecture, the weather, the people - I was drawn for its ability to tell stories and create magic.
I knew I was drawn to " Hollywood" for all the right reasons. Art that helps promote evolution of modern mankind. This film shows that "family" means so much more than what was Ward and June Cleaver.
If ever there were a year for Annette Bening to have “Her Year,” 2010 might be it. The 51-year-old actress has a relative windfall of projects arriving in theaters, starting Friday with the drama Mother and Child and continuing this summer with the Sundance darling The Kids Are All Right. But one thing at a time: Mother features Bening as Karen, a nurse haunted by her decision as a teenager to give up her baby for adoption.