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Cinema – Southern Mothers in the Movies

Jul 23 2012

by Whitney Long

Compiled by Whitney Long

“God could not be everywhere and therefore he made mothers.” Ruyard Kipling

Loving, compassionate, faithful, selfless, kind, caring, loyal, protective, generous, nurturing, strict, determined, fair, strong… the list could go on and on.

We gathered a list of movies that depict the best (and in some cases the worst) of southern mothers.

Norma Ray
Something to Talk About
Steel Magnolias
The Help
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
The Blind Side
Forrest Gump
Hope Floats
Sweet Home Alabama
Where the Heart Is
Fried Green Tomatoes
Driving Miss Daisy

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(all images and dvd’s found on www.amazon.com)

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Whitney Long is co-founder of The Southern C and The Southern C Summit. Mama x 4, wife x 1. Entrepreneur, thinker, doer, writer, researcher, believer. Enjoys working alongside creative entrepreneurs to build community while supporting established and upcoming brands. Hobbies include travel, reading, bike rides and clever craft cocktails.

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