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Disparate housewives

Being happy as a parent and content in her career freed Kate Winslet to play a mother who feels trapped by life

By Ty Burr
Globe Staff / October 15, 2006

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NEW YORK Kate Winslet wants you to know she is not like Sarah Pierce. She doesn't have to say it. The moment the actress starts talking about her two young children, she's as removed from her most recent film role as baby formula is from gin. Which makes the performance the more startling: In ``Little Children," the film adaptation of ... (Full article: 1288 words)

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