"The conflicts enmeshing all these characters, as each becomes embroiled in Marcus and India's "assisted gestation" scheme, are gripping, and Weiner's elucidation of socio-economic determinism is as sharp as ever. However, the ending does not so much jump the shark as de-fang it."
Four women confront the quandaries surrounding modern motherhood, in Weiner's fraught latest (In Her Shoes
, 2002, etc.).
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