3 Generations (2017)
Critic Consensus: 3 Generations squanders a worthy premise on a thinly written story that focuses on dramatic signposts at the expense of genuine character development.
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as Dr. Brillstein
as John the Doorman
as Mr. B
as DSS Worker
as Boy in Alley
as Girl in Alley
as Man on Fire Escape
as Jenni Schwartz
as Real Estate Agent
as School Administrator
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"3 Generations" starts with a unique and intimate point of view, only to become yet another indie drama about the difficulties of motherhood.
"3 Generations" feels focus-grouped into existence, like its every development was fine-tuned to be as inoffensively on-message as possible in its treatment of trans issues.
3 Generations is contrived, but the heartfelt performances keep the threadbare material on track-witty, warm and wise.
This is a movie that derives most of its suspense on whether a piece of paper will be signed, not a strong basis for dramatic tension.
If you can look past the sitcom humor, that late-in-the-game melodrama and the usual cliche about the mature child in a family of immature adults, "3 Generations" does a few important things.
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3 Generations Quotes
|Maggie:||I went through raising my daughter all by myself and I will be raising my son exactly the same!|
|Maggie:||What if he turns around and says one day, "mom, I've made a mistake"?|
|Ray:||I'm not starting a new school in this body, I'm just not!|
|Ray:||Hey, I'm pretty excited as I gained five pounds. It's not much but at least it's a start.|
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