Love & Stuff

Director: Judith Helfand

Institute History

Description

Grieving her beloved mother and living amidst 63 boxes of dead parents' stuff, filmmaker Judith Helfand gets the unexpected call of a lifetime and overnight becomes a new old single-mother, at 50. But saying "YES" to this much-long-for-adopted-infant means facing a weighty set of life-cycle challenges including mothering while motherless.

Screening Details

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