Netflix's 'Otherhood,' to release August 2, explores travails of motherhood after home nests go empty
The journey of its protagonist 'mothers' is something that the audience will look forward to for the freshness of its plot and profundity of the theme.
The upcoming Netflix movie 'Otherhood' is all set for release on August 2. The journey of its protagonist 'mothers' is something that the audience will look forward to for the freshness of its plot and profundity of theme.
Expect the unexpected as the journey begins with three friends who are upset about their relationship with their children. The three friends are on the same boat as they are faced with similar challenges in personal lives. They understand each other well and gently realize that they would have to be the ones to take the first step in making things work for them and their children.
'Otherhood' digs deep into the emotional turmoil mothers go through when they realize that their children have grown up and are living their lives independently. The journey that 'Otherhood' takes viewers on will be relatable to mothers, especially ones who are through some mid-life crisis. The main cast of the movie comprises middle-aged women, probably making it easier for them to get into the skin of the characters.
This upcoming mom flick sheds light on the transition of three women from moms to individuals with no mandatory tags attached. It rings out a message that mothers should make the most of their time and enjoy life to the fullest without thinking twice about the consequences once their children grow up and are self-sufficient.
Not one, not two, but three big-time actresses, namely Patricia Arquette, Angela Bassett, and Felicity Hoffman are joining forces to tackle being empty-nesters in Netflix’s 'Otherhood'. This trio sets on a journey to rediscover themselves, all the while trying to work out their bonds with their children. The story's stand-out plot makes the wait for its release worthwhile. These three middle-aged women have to let go of their inhibitions and go all out in trying to identify their purpose in life. All three venture out and make great revelations of themselves, giving this mom-flick a fresh feel altogether.