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"Unflinchingly honest!"
Richard Zwolinski, Psych Central

"It leaves the spectator in stitches without any surgical suturing. It's emotional graffiti on celluloid."
Molly Castelloe, Psychology Today


In My Nose, Gayle Kirschenbaum focuses on her mom's quest to get her to have a nose job. Barely touching the surface of their highly complex and charged relationship, Kirschenbaum knew it needed deeper exploration. The poignant journey is told in her new film, LOOK AT US NOW, MOTHER!

What emerges is a uniquely cinematic family study with humor and pathos in the midst of conflicts and affections that bind mother and daughter. It is an enlightening and inspirational film.  


"I LOVED MY NOSE the shorter version and I can't wait to see LOOK AT US NOW, MOTHER!. . . The relationship that Gayle explores with her mother all of us can identify with, male or female, Jewish or not Jewish." Bob Israel, Film Producer

"I support this film because this is a universal problem to live and grow up with abusive parents" Laszlo Santha, Filmmaker

"It's a wonderful story, a love story, a hate story." Lizzie Brown

"This is her life, this is her relationship with her mother, this is therapy, this is Borscht Belt, this is everything." Mark Urman, Film Distributor


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