Burbank Mom and co-writer of the film Moms’ Night Out, Andrea Nasfell, has helped create a piece of work that will resonate with everyone. Because chances are, you know a mom, or love one, or have one or you are one. And if that’s the case, you will get the message of this story. Even if you live under some rock or are from another planet and have no idea what a mother is or does, you should watch this film… from the beginning, you’ll understand, and you’ll be laughing.
The film stars Sarah Drew as a very busy, tired and stressed mother of three young children. Her husband, played by Sean Astin is extremely supportive of her and even encourages her to do something for herself, which is where ‘Moms’ Night Out’ comes in.
Sarah Drew (Grey’s Anatomy) and Sean Astin (Rudy, Lord Of The Rings)
BurbankMom.com held a private screening of Moms’ Night Out on Saturday at Big Boss Creative in Burbank. From the start, we were laughing. This comedy is very well written and speaks directly to the life of a modern day mother. We all could relate to the humanness in the chaos.
Trace Adkins plays ‘Bones’
The second thing I loved about this film is the monologue by country music legend, Trace Adkins. I will give you no details here, you must watch for yourself, but this 6 foot 8 inch man gives the most heartfelt, honest, straight to the heart therapy… I didn’t expect it at all.
As a busy mother of three children, I appreciate how this movie addresses the standards and stress we place upon ourselves. Sarah Drew’s character brought up a big question in the beginning of the film, questioning why she knows she has everything she’s dreamed for, but still finds herself unhappy.
Bam. There it is. You have to see this movie.
Q&A after our screening. Andrea Nasfell, Kevin Downes and Abbie Cobb
Contributor Lisa Robertson and I will be walking the red carpet at the premiere along with our winner Majena Murguia and a guest! We’ll keep you updated on that event.
Moms’ Night Out premieres in theaters on May 9th! This will make a fantastic Mothers Day treat for you and your friends…it will also make a great Moms’ Night Out!
Get your tickets and see this film!