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Do I Have To Take Care Of Everything

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A comedy about a chaotic morning in a family with kids, and a mother who is determined that it's best to take care of everything herself.

  • DirectorSelma Vilhunen
  • StudioTuffi Films Tld
  • QualityHD

Reviews about Do I Have To Take Care Of Everything

Do I Have To Take Care Of Everything
Cynthia J. Griggs
Had me laughing out loud in the theater! Glad to find it on Amazon!

This short won my heart during the Manhattan Shorts film program here in our hometown. I thought it was hilarious and so well done.

Do I Have To Take Care Of Everything
Ralph Jollensten
VERY funny.

Nominated for Oscar Best Live Short. Only 7 minutes long buy well worth watching. VERY funny.

Do I Have To Take Care Of Everything
heloteschick
Fun and witty.

Very witty and smart. The unexpected moments made me laugh out loud. It's a great commentary on how we married women often feel they shoulder an inappropriate burden of maintaining the family...only to be humbled sometimes in the midst of a mistaken ego trip!

Do I Have To Take Care Of Everything
g
Hilarious!

This was wonderful and clearly deserved its Oscar nomination for best live short. It is very short (7 minutes), but said everything it needed to, in that time.

Do I Have To Take Care Of Everything
Lloyd Stewart
Congratulations

Very short, but hilarious. Quite believable in an odd sort of way. And the end was just right. Well done!

Do I Have To Take Care Of Everything
Mike K.
Short and funny

This was great for a quick laugh. Understandable that it was nominated for an Oscar. In Finnish with English subtitles.

Do I Have To Take Care Of Everything
H. L. Chappell
Hilarious Mom Antics

From the moment Mom and Dad wake up late, though their adventures trying to get ready for a wedding, get their small daughters dressed and ready and find the present, all in the chaos of family life and a deadline, this funny, 21014 Oscar-nominated short keeps you laughing and smiling, especially if you're the mom who holds the family together. Some of us think this Norweigan film should have won. But watch it, laugh, wince and go "Oh no, that didn't happen" and enjoy this sweet, funny film about family life.

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