The Nosy Anthropologist finds out what New Yorkers feel about their mothers

They love you, they hate the things you do, but that's who they are: moms.

 |  1-minute read |   14-05-2017
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Although it's barely years old, Mother's Day is one of America's most popular holidays. More long-distance phone calls are placed this day than any other of the year!

To learn just how New York's homo sapiens feel about their mothers, I travelled to Central Park with my camera and fishbowl of questions to make the short film, "Mother Lovers".

 

Some of them are overtly critical of your choices, and some of them are onboard with eberything you do. They love you, they hate the things you do, but that's who they are: moms. 

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Noam A Osband Noam A Osband @noamosband

Writer and filmmaker based in Brooklyn, NY. You can learn more about him at www.noamosband.com and www.facebook.com/TheNosyAnthropologist?

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