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The Future Is Woman (Il futuro e donna)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 1984
Running time:99 minutes
Cast:Ornella Muti, Hanna Schygulla, Niels Arestrup, Maurizio Donadoni, Ute Cremer
Director:Marco Ferreri
Writer:Marco Ferreri, Dacia Maraini

Description: In this improbable, ponderous story about a couple who do not want to have children of their own, and a pregnant, single woman who needs a home for awhile, the relationship between the three protagonists is strange, at the very least. After Anna (Hanna Schygulla) and Gordon (Niels Arestrup) invite the expecting Malvina (Ornella Muti) to live with them, Anna becomes neurotically jealous and attempts suicide but is thwarted and in the end decides she really wants to be there for the baby when he/she comes into the world. Rather than trying to get rid of Malvina and the baby, both Gordon and Anna are in agreement on keeping it. When Gordon is accidentally killed, Malvina and Anna are left to plan for the future (now the best of friends), though it turns out the baby is destined to have only one mother after all. The confusion in the relationships of the main characters in this film is at times buried by clichés on the joys of motherhood and metaphors that overtake and bury the story.~ Eleanor Mannikka, All Movie Guide

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