It is a day of firsts for everyone, Frankie's first day of high school, where he finds out Heather Bluemyer knows he exists, Jack's first day of full time parenting, which isn't as cut and dry and simple as he thought.
Joanne's first day of law school and she's bogged down with homework.
In "Mama's Broken Heart," Lambert turned manic and unpredictable, cutting her hair and scaring everyone in town.
She explained, “He asked if he could write a script about a case in which Marty and I were involved in 1971 and I said, ‘Yes, if you like to spend your time doing that.’” The case in question centered on Charles Moritz, an unmarried man caring for his ailing mother who was denied a tax deduction because only divorced men or women were considered caregivers under the law.
Ginsburg’s plan was to pair Moritz’s case with one centering on a female plaintiff in order to demonstrate that sexual discrimination harms both sexes.
, a biopic chronicling Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s long career fighting for equal rights, including co-founding the Women’s Rights Project with the A. As for the Ginsburg project, script was written by the nephew of the Supreme Court justice’s late husband, Martin Ginsburg.
This news coincides with a recent open letter from the A. And one thing, interesting, that she insisted on, it held up the project for awhile. Meryl Streep recently funded a screenwriters workshop for women writers over 40, to be run by New York Women in Film and Television and IRIS, a collective of women filmmakers.
But it's also kind of hilarious for this black-and-white, Mars-and-Venus way of looking at complicated behavioral psychology.