Film Analysis: The Kids are All Right

with Lenita Newberg, MSW, LCSW

the-kids-are-all-rightNic and Jules have been raising their teenage kids with many typical bumps, bruises, and achievements.  But when the kids decide to meet their sperm donor, new issues get raised for the family.  Commitments, love, desire, and conflicts are old issues in families, but the twists can change over time.  This touching comedy takes a look at how family is defined and the changing nature of relationships.  Directed by Lisa Cholodenko.  Stars Annette Benning, Julianne Moore, Mark Ruffalo