For her first English language film, French filmmaker Anne Fontaine (best known for 2009's Coco Before Chanel) decided to direct an adaptation of Nobel Prize-winning author and bad bitch Doris Lessing's novella "The Grandmothers," about two lifelong friends who carry on affairs with each other's hunky surfer sons. Changing the title to the much younger-sounding Two Mothers probably helped attract stars Naomi Watts and Robin Wright to sign on for the title roles. But will that be the only Hollywood-friendly makeover the story received?
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