Mother and Child DVD plus fab £100 Goody Bag Giveaway

Motherhood takes many forms and for each Mother their journey can be incredibly different . . . Mother and Child follows the lives of three women and the power of an unbreakable bond between Mother and Child.


Annette Bening takes the role of Karen who at the age of 14 was forced to give up her newborn baby for adoption. Karen has never quite come to terms with saying goodbye to her baby and every day her baby is in her thoughts. As a grown woman she is a bitter and unhappy spinster who lives with her mother. Naomi Watts is Elizabeth, the grown up daughter that Karen has never met. Elizabeth is an ambitious lawyer who struggles with emotional relationships. Kerry Washington is Lucy, an infertile wife eager to adopt to fulfil her role as a Mother.

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The story will have you gripped from the moment you press play, it has an all star cast delivery powerful performances. Do not watch this DVD without a box of tissues, only those with a stone heart will fail to be moved by it.

Mother and Child is available to buy on DVD and Blu-Ray for the first time today.

“A tearjerker of the very first order”

Daily Mirror

Astonishing performances . . . magical”

The Evening Standard

Some of the best acting since The Kids Are All Right”

The Independent

Incredibly gripping . . .Annette Bening is absolutely glorious . . . A brilliant film”

Front Row, Radio 4

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82 thoughts on “Mother and Child DVD plus fab £100 Goody Bag Giveaway”

  1. ‘Mother’ means sleepless nights, 24 hour working days, no sick or holiday BUT also limitless love, affection and fulfilment x

  2. My mother to me means comfort. She’s always there for me and makes me feel comforable even in odd situations.

    My mother means home to me, my mom is always where my home is. She raised me, took care of me and loved me.

    My mother means love to me. She’s kissed all the boo-boo’s. Hugged away the pains. Cleaned up the spills and has loved me through the best and worst times of my life. I may have let her down plenty of times, but she’s never stopped telling me she loves me.

    My mother, to me, means courage. She’s gone through a lot in her life. But, she’s kept a good spirit about it all and has never stopped trying to do what is right.

  3. To me mother means…….

    M is for Maternal, loving and kind
    O is for Open, to whom i can confine
    T is for Trusting, a secret to share
    H is for Honest, always fair
    E is for Emotional, bursting with love
    R is for Respect, to you i look above

  4. My mother died when I was a young child, but I was brought up by my nan who I called Mum, to me she was what a mother is all about selflessness and uncondiotional love.

  5. Being there for your kids through thick and thin. Praising their accomplishments and encouraging them in everything they do. Loving them unconditionally. (this is in FB comments too – I wasn’t sure which one to do so did both, hope that’s ok!)

  6. It means everything to me, when I think about the word in association to my own mum, it means the one person in the world that I will always be able to trust.
    & when I think of it in association with myself, it means protecting, loving & being there for my children with every last breath.

  7. A pretty formal word IMO! I prefer mum or mummy which to mean sound more like what the word represents. Love no matter what, a cuddle whenever you want one and someone you can tell anything to.

  8. Mother is the person who takes care of you when you are sick, loans you money when you are broke and holds your hand when your heart is broken.

  9. The word Mother means to me – The person that is always there when you need someone and even when you don’t. A person who always puts their child before themselves. A role model, protector, comforter and also a best friend.

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