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THE MOTHER SHOW

Directed by Tom Rubnitz, Tom Koken, Barbara Lipp
United States, 1991
Comedy, Cult, Short, LGBTQ+

Synopsis

Produced by Tom Rubnitz in collaboration with Tom Koken and Barbara Lipp, The Mother Show is a tribute to mothers everywhere, starring Frieda, the “living” doll. Frieda asks her mother a series of questions, such as “Mom, are there days when you feel not-so-fresh?” and spells out the meaning of the

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Synopsis

Produced by Tom Rubnitz in collaboration with Tom Koken and Barbara Lipp, The Mother Show is a tribute to mothers everywhere, starring Frieda, the “living” doll. Frieda asks her mother a series of questions, such as “Mom, are there days when you feel not-so-fresh?” and spells out the meaning of the

The Mother ShowDirected byTom Rubnitz, Tom Koken, Barbara Lipp

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Frameline: San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival
1992

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