The DVD of MOTHERS & DAUGHTERS
contains two half-hour dramas: "A Rainy Day" and
"Summer's End," both dealing with mother-daughter issues.
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Running time: 62 min,
Year released: 2007
Starring: Mariette Hartley, Collin Wilcox, Tracey Gold, Eric Holland, Bill Vint,
Radha Delamarter, Jennifer Miller, Jordan Weeks, Graham
Timbes and Lisa Foster.
Written, Produced and Directed by Beth Brickell
First Prize, USA Film Festival (Dallas)
Top Winner, Indiana Film Festival
First Place, National Council on Family
First Prize for Cinematography, Panama
International Film Festival
Bronze Award, Houston International Film
CINE Golden Eagle Award
CINE Eagle Award
American Film & Video Festival (New York)
"Best US Short Fiction", Los Angeles
First Prize, National Association of Television Program Executives
First Prize, Corporation for Public Broadcasting
First Prize, Athens (Ohio) International Film Festival
First Prize, Baltimore International Film Festival
Top Honor, Ohio State Awards
Gold Plaque, Chicago International Film Festival
Second Prize, Chicago International Festival of
Second Prize, San Francisco International Film
Second Prize, Aspen FilmFest
Second Prize, Columbus International Film Festival
Special Jury Award, Houston International Film
Special Jury Award, USA Film Festival, Dallas
Golden Eagle, CINE
Selected Film, Association for Library Services
A RAINY DAY
A television star (Mariette Hartley) returns home for her father's funeral and renews a strained relationship with her mother (Collin Wilcox) whom she hasn't seen in five years. Seeking to relax the tension between them, the mother reminds the daughter of the many games they played when the daughter was a child (Tracey Gold). The memories only serve to increase the tension, however, and the daughter must make a decision about the future of their relationship.
The last day of the 1948 summer is a day ten- year-old Kath (Jennifer Miller) can be all the things she wants to
be -- pirate captain, Tarzan, marble champion.
Because she's entering the sixth grade on
Monday, her mother (Radha Delamarter) has decided that Kath must
get her pigtails cut off and
a perm in her hair. Her mother's desire to rearrange
Kath's hair is meant to change more than her
looks. Kath's father (Bill Vint), who helped
her build a clubhouse and taught her to play baseball, is
caught in the middle.
reminiscent film captures the heart of small town
America while transcending both time and place. All
audiences will enjoy this genuine tale of conformity
and growing pains.