Happy Mother's Day!
We know every day is Mother's Day but today all of us want to show our love in a special way. Someones give gifts, someones prepare a feast and someones spend time more with their mothers. If your mother is a movie-lover or you want to spend time with her with a movie, we selected some movies about strong women for you.
1 Coco Before Chanel
This movie is about the story of Coco Chanel that change and rise from young Gabriella Chanel to Coco Chanel. The movie's director is Anne Fontaine. Audrey Tautou plays Coco Chanel in the lead role of the movie. Others stars are Benoît Poelvoorde, Alessandro Nivola, Marie Gillain, Emmanuelle Devos and Émilie Gavois-Kahn.
2 The Help
Based on a book, The Help movie is set in the 1960s. The movie plot is African American women work in white families and the troubles experienced by these women. Emma Stone (Eugenia Skeeter Phelan) portrays the author that encourages African American women. Viola Davis (Aibileen Clark) and Octavia Spencer (Minny Jackson) played the help of African American women. The movie's director is Tate Taylor.
3 Mona Lisa Smile
Mona Lisa Smile movie is set in the 1950s in the USA. Katherine Watson (Julia Roberts) that is an art professor, is an idealist. She learned that the success of the students in the college where she had just started working is marriage. And she is determined to change this situation. The movie's director is Mike Newell. The actress who portrays students are Kirsten Dunst (Betty Warren), Julia Stiles (Joan Brandwyn), and Maggie Gyllenhaal (Giselle Levy).
4 Hidden Figures
This movie is based on a true story. The film depicts the problems faced by African American women working at Nasa. The movie's director is Theodore Melfi. The movie stars are Taraji P. Henson (Katherine G. Johnson), Octavia Spencer (Dorothy Vaughan), Janelle Monáe (Mary Jackson), Kevin Costner (Al Harrison), Kirsten Dunst (Vivian Mitchell), and Jim Parsons (Paul Stafford).