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Grandma is a American comedy-drama film written, directed and produced by Paul Weitz. It stars Lily Tomlin as Elle, a lesbian poet and widow whose teenage granddaughter played by Julia Garner visits her to ask for money for an abortion. Over the space of a day, they visit numerous people from Elle's past to call in favors in an effort to raise the money.
Weitz wrote the script with Tomlin in mind after working with her on the film Admission. After she agreed to star, they edited the script together. Most of the other cast members were actors with whom Weitz had previously collaborated.
The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival as the closing night feature and was released on August 21, , by Sony Pictures Classics.
The film was named among the top ten independent films of by the National Board of Review , and Tomlin was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for her performance. Elle is a lesbian poet coping with the recent death of her long-term life partner. She ends a four-month relationship with a younger admirer, Olivia, telling her their relationship meant nothing, before receiving a visit from her year-old granddaughter Sage.
As Elle is broke and Sage has had her credit card confiscated by her overbearing mother, the two embark on a road trip across Los Angeles to try and come up with the money. Sage presumes this to be Olivia's initial, though Elle insists it is only meant to be a circle.
She tells him she needs to borrow the money for rent, and he requests a kiss in return. This leads to an argument over how Elle ended their relationship, but when she pleads with him, he agrees to hand over the cash. When he asks her to be honest about the reason for needing the money, she tells him that Sage needs an abortion, and Karl becomes angry and emotional. Elle once aborted his child without telling him, yet went on to give birth to a baby born from a one-night stand.
She explains that she wanted a child but not a husband, and Karl angrily insists he will not pay for an abortion. Sage and Elle work up the courage to visit Sage's busy single mother, Judy, who is furious to learn Sage is pregnant. Judy reluctantly produces the money and Elle drives Sage to the abortion clinic.
After the procedure, Judy forgives Sage and takes her home. On her own way home, Elle giggles and rejoices at memories of her partner Violet. Before reaching home, she makes a short stop at Olivia's house to apologize for saying their relationship meant nothing. Afterwards, Elle walks down the sidewalk, laughing on her way home. Numerous commentators have labelled Grandma a feminist film.
The film has also been described as pro-choice because of its portrayal of abortion. So I just wanted it to be real. Paul Weitz conceived the idea for the story of Grandma long before he began writing the script. He never completed the story until he had met and worked with Tomlin on the film Admission , saying that "After meeting Lily, the voice and the character really clicked, I had thought about it for years, so I had a lot of it worked out in my head, and then I just went to a coffee shop and wrote it longhand.
Most of the cast was made up of actors with whom Weitz had previously worked. He directed Marcia Gay Harden in American Dreamz and decided to cast her as Elle's daughter, since she was the only actress he suggested for the role whom Tomlin "seemed mildly intimidated by". Filming took place in and around Los Angeles in the spring of , and was completed in 19 days after a week of rehearsal.
The film had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on January 30, , as the closing night film. The Blu-ray version includes an additional minute behind the scenes featurette. The site's consensus reads, "Boasting a stellar performance from Lily Tomlin and some powerfully empathetic work from writer-director Paul Weitz, Grandma is a dramedy that shouldn't have to ask you to visit.
The New York Times film critic A. Scott praised the film's pacing, dialogue, and supporting performances, describing it as "wry and insightful". Kurt Osenlund, on the other hand, felt that the plot was contrived and unfulfilling, and described the film as having "about as many ambitions as it does delusions".
Tomlin has been widely praised for the strength of her performance. Scott wrote that "the wonder that is Grandma can be summed up in two words: Lily Tomlin. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Grandma Theatrical release poster. I was really interested in this idea that somebody that is in their 70s can be more transgressive and have a more passionate voice than this person who is Archived from the original on February 19, Retrieved February 19, British Board of Film Classification.
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