Jennifer Aniston says that her role as an exciting mom in her new Netflix movie "Dumplin" "is reminiscent of her…
Jennifer Aniston says that her role as an exciting mom in her new Netflix movie “Dumplin” “is reminiscent of her own relationship with her late mom, Nancy Dow.”
“One of the reasons that I loved the mother-daughter aspect of it was because it was very similar to my mother and our relationship,” Aniston, 49, told Sunday Telegraph (via People).
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“She was a model and she was all about presentation and how she looked and how I looked. I did not get out with the model child she had hoped and it was something that really resounded with me, this little girl who just wants to be seen and wants to be loved by a mom who was also occupied with things that did not really matter. “
Dow died in 201
6 at the age of 79.
Aniston and Dow had been displaced for years but were reconciled just before Dows passes.
“The Friends” star told Hollywood Reporter 2015, “She was critical. She was very critical of me, because she was a model, she was wonderful, amazing. I was not. I was never. I do not think I myself believe in myself in this light, which is good. “
She acknowledged that they had been many years without speaking and also claiming that Dow” had a mood “and was” very insensitive “she would hold cruelty like me just found that petty. “
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Aniston is still focusing on the positive message behind” Dumplin. “”
“This movie is so special because it’s about remove the predetermined concepts of beauty, try to become individuals and not feel that we have to live up to any unrealistic ideal that society feeds up to us “
” My idea of beauty is what makes you feel beautiful and what makes me feel to feel beautiful are the people around me, the life I have. And maybe a good day of hair. “