Maggie Gyllenhaal Gets Emotional Discussing How Her Mother Inspires Her
When Maggie Gyllenhaal stopped by the Vulture Spot at Sundance to discuss her festival film The Kindergarten Teacher, the producer/star got emotional when reflecting on what her mother, the Oscar-nominated screenwriter Naomi Foner, taught her about how to navigate life as an artist.
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