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After the amazing turn out we had at the Film Streams showing of “Running From Crazy,” The Kim Foundation, in partnership with Behavioral Health Education Center of Nebraska, will be hosting a special showing of French-Canadian director, Xavier Dolan’s, “Mommy,” this Thursday the 19th at 6:30pm. Following the film will be a panel discussion.
Beginning with a car crash, “Mommy,” follows a widow named Diana (Anne Dorval), and her son Steve (Antoine-Oliver Pilon), through their chaotic life. Steve struggles with severe ADHD, and has the occasional violent outburst, which forces Diana to remove him from his special-care institution. Diana is then forced to home school him on her own.
“Mommy is a film about right now and always, about any family’s bonds and how the members fight to strengthen or break them,” says TIME film reviewer Mary Corliss.
Seats are limited so be sure to reserve your ticket today, or get to Film Streams early!
About Jill Sauser, The Kim Foundation Project Coordinator
Jill graduated with a degree in Journalism and a minor in Speech Communication from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2009. During her time at UNO, she completed a two year PR practicum program where she worked with numerous nonprofit clients including the MS Society, The Archdiocese of Omaha, The Omaha Food Bank and YWCA. Jill joined The Kim Foundation as Project Coordinator in April 2014.