"An earthy, intense, tangy look at one mother-daughter relationship. Kind of like a Jewish-American Joy-luck Club. It’s even got Mah Johng. Only with matzoh balls instead of won tons."
"Leaves the spectator in stitches without any surgical suturing. It's emotional graffiti on celluloid."
"This film is funny, sad, candid and insightful. It's a film for anyone who has ever had a mother or ever had a nose."
“You have a great style and infectious on camera presence and your mother is a force.”