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Ruben Lavrentiev
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The Other Woman (2009)


Vilified as a homewrecker, she attracts the unyielding ire of Jack's furious ex-wife, Carolyn (Lisa Kudrow), who is revealed to also be pregnant (after she heard about Emilia's pregnancy, she realized that she too wanted another child). Emilia thinks that this is purely out of spite. Now she must come to terms with her stepson, William (Charlie Tahan), who upsets her with constant references to her late little girl (including saying that under the terms of Jewish law, Isabel did not live long enough to be considered a full human being). Emilia's efforts to bond with William do not go well and succeed only in making both Carolyn and Jack think less of her.




The Other Woman (2009)



Conquered in her crisis and increasingly unfinished, Emilia finds the courage to tell Jack of the details never confessed about the death of their daughter Isabel. That morning, Emilia did not find her dead in the crib, but on her breast, where most likely the baby girl was suffocated after her mother had fallen asleep. Despite the fact that the couple had called an ambulance, there was nothing left to do. The terrible guilt of having killed her own daughter, is the real cause of her uneasiness.


She moves out, tentatively mends fences with her father (who earlier had cheated on her mother), and joins her old friends at a Legal Aid office. She is surprised when Carolyn calls her and asks her to come by her office. After initially being upset about Emilia moving out, Carolyn admits to telling William there is a possibility Emilia did accidentally kill Isabel because of Emilia's thoughtless ways; Carolyn seems chastened when she adds that her son was angry at her attitude and told her she should be ashamed of herself. She then tells a stunned Emilia that she has personally looked into the autopsy report on Isabel, and she can confirm that Emilia did not kill her baby girl. Emilia starts crying in realization that she has been punishing herself for so long, and that it was not her fault. Emilia later goes to Jack and tells him the full story, and while he tells her at that point that he cannot reconcile with her, a crisis involving Carolyn's City Hall wedding and William leads to Emilia getting through to his son and Jack saying he wants to go on a date with her, leaving Emilia happy and strongly hinting the couple will get back together soon.


hurt people hurt people. i guess everybody is hurt here and thats hurt me too ??all about the affair things, the loss, the grief, the try so hard to live, all so painful and stacked there, made me wonder to the end, so what is the essence of this? just wait until time heals you and go on with life? make peace with yourself? or what ? the one thing that interests me is William, the kid's mind. his way of thinking being surrounded by all those people who said loves him and prioritize him but acted the other way. i wonder how he cope with all of those ruckus.


Love makes everything possible.The Other Woman is a 2009 film starring Natalie Portman, Lisa Kudrow, Lauren Ambrose, and Scott Cohen, based on the novel Love and Other Impossible Pursuits (which is also the film's title in the UK). Natalie Portman plays Emilia, a woman who falls in love with Jack Woolf (Scott Cohen), a high-powered attorney at the firm at which she's working.


  • This film exhibits the following tropes: Ambiguous Disorder: William is emotionally distant and obsessed with facts, but this might be his way of coping with the breakup of his parents, as well as the great pressure his mother puts on him to excel academically.

  • Babies Ever After: Subverted. The Beta Couple of Dr. Soule and her new paramour have a child at the end, but Emilia and Jack seem content with William and the memory of Isabel.

  • Big Applesauce: The film is set in New York, with Central Park serving as a backdrop several times.

  • Divorce Is Temporary: The film plays with this. Emilia's parents get back together again. It's hinted that Emilia and Jack get back together again by the end of the movie. Jack and Dr. Soule don't, much to William's consternation near the end of the movie.

  • Guilt Complex: Emilia thinks that she killed Isabel. What Emilia sees and hears from others only seems to convince her of the truth of it and it nearly results in her losing everybody. She didn't.

  • The Mistress: Emilia plays the eponymous role. She has an affair with Jack, who's married. After becoming pregant with their baby, Jack divorces his wife and marries Emilia.



"We couldn't try on clothes," Colvin says. "You had to take a brown paper bag and draw a diagram of your foot ... and take it to the store. Can you imagine all of that in my mind? My head was just too full of black history, you know, the oppression that we went through. It felt like Sojourner Truth was on one side pushing me down, and Harriet Tubman was on the other side of me pushing me down. I couldn't get up."


When asked why she is little known and why everyone thinks only of Rosa Parks, Colvin says the NAACP and all the other black organizations felt Parks would be a good icon because "she was an adult. They didn't think teenagers would be reliable."


It just killed me to leave the bus. I hated to give that white woman my seat when so many black people were standing. I was crying hard. The cops put me in the back of a police car and shut the door. They stood outside and talked to each other for a minute, and then one came back and told me to stick my hands out the open window. He handcuffed me and then pulled the door open and jumped in the backseat with me. I put my knees together and crossed my hands over my lap and started praying.


MEANWHILE, schoolmates who had been on the bus had run home and telephoned Claudette's mother at the house where she worked as a maid. Girls went over and took care of the lady's three small children so that Claudette's mother could leave. Mary Ann Colvin called Claudette's pastor, the Reverend H.H. Johnson. He had a car, and together they sped to the police station.


The Other Woman did well at box office and became an instant classic for anyone who's ever been scorned or loves movies about female friendship. The following 10 films totally fall in line with The Other Woman's sensibilities, showcasing women coming together. After all, hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.


The First Wives Club may be an oldie, but it's a goodie. Starring Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler, and Diane Keaton, these three women play best friends who all undergo a transformation at the same time. After the death of their friend, the women reconnect and help each other in their respective marriages. From affairs to divorces to breakups, this trio prove that friendship can cure all.


The Women was released back in 1939 and told the tale of gossip and girlfriends. A woman named Mary (Norma Shearer) is disgusted when she finds out her husband was having an affair with a gorgeous saleswoman played by Joan Crawford. Mary wishes the gossip about her husband would fade away but she runs into her husband's mistress before it can. The confrontation gets heated when Crawford's character is unphased by Mary and continues seeing her husband. Things get juicier when Mary's friends and family get involved.


To test their theory, the two become friends with benefits and enter a whirlwind of ups and downs that they weren't expecting. When families are introduced and other possible relationships are explored, judgments are blurred. However, Kunis and Timberlake have great chemistry on screen. Friends with Benefits is a raunchy comedy that fans of The Other Women will love.


This French film centers on a woman named Julie (Jeanne Moreau) in mourning after her new husband is shot just minutes after saying "I do." It's when she's grieving that she decides to go after the men who killed her husband and becomes her victims' dream woman in order to get close to them. Once in their presence, Julie reveals who she is and kills them before they can do anything about it. Like The Other Woman, The Bride Wore Black is the epitome of female revenge.


He's Just Not That Into You is the genius story about women championing each other to the point of desperation. The movie does a great job at interweaving storylines that all have a similar message: what works for some relationships doesn't work for all. He's Just Not That Into You boasts a killer cast, including Jennifer Aniston, Ben Affleck, Drew Barrymore, Scarlett Johansson, and more. Similar to The Other Woman, relationships are tested throughout this film, but friends are always there to pick up the pieces.


Moms everywhere appreciated 2016's Bad Moms, starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathryn Hahn. The film shines a light on how so many moms do hard work with little recognition. The plot kicks off with Amy (Kunis) finding out her husband was having an online affair, but she uses this tragedy as her awakening. With the help of fellow moms, Amy grows into the woman she always wanted to be but felt she couldn't because of her marriage. Bad Moms did so well that a sequel released a year later. The female friendship dynamic is just as charming as it is in The Other Woman.


For any action lovers out there, A Vigilante is the perfect mix of a thrilling and dramatic love story gone wrong. Sadie (Olivia Wilde) she acts as a guardian angel of sorts for any woman or child suffering domestic abuse. Through a series of flashbacks, viewers learn that Sadie was in an abusive relationship where her husband tried killing her and her son. When she escaped his grasp, she went on the road to help others in need. However, was she secretly on a mission to find her husband for revenge, or was he on the road looking for her? This movie has gore, action, and thrills throughout the entire ride. While it sure isn't a comedy, A Vigilante is all about women standing up for themselves, just like The Other Woman.


Evidence would have shown that in November 2009, Wales and Pope recruited an 18 year old woman identified as S.M. to work for them as a prostitute in Indiana. S.M. was recruited by Wales on the Internet. Wales and Pope had several women working for them in Indiana. Wales would recruit customers on the Internet and would often times accompany the women when they met with customers. Around Christmas time 2009, S.M. and another woman who was working as a prostitute for the defendants agreed to travel from Indiana to the East Coast to solicit new customers in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. On December 27, Pope and the two women left Indianapolis heading for Rhode Island. 041b061a72


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