Minnie Driver gets angry at Uma Thurman for exposing her most personal and private experience in the newly-outed clip of dramedy 'Motherhood'.
Entertainment Weekly (EW) has previewed an exclusive sneak peek at "Motherhood". Less than a minute long, the video features the scene in which Minnie Driver's character confronts Uma Thurman's for telling others about her most personal and private experience.
Obviously upset, Driver pours her anger over the phone across the street of what seems to be Thurman's apartment and doesn't even bother to come in to the building. When Thurman argues that she thinks Driver's experience is something that every single mom could relate, Driver gets even annoyed, claiming that she doesn't want everyone to feel sorry for her and that she's a grown up. The clip can be seen via EW.
From the director of "Diggers", Katherine Dieckmann, comes this independent drama comedy movie about a mother of two who faces a slew of urban challenges living in Manhattan when trying to prepare her daughter's sixth birthday party. Starring Uma Thurman, Minnie Driver and Anthony Edwards, the movie will be premiered at 2009 Sundance Film Festival on January 21.