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17 May 2004: Hudson Raises Herself In ‘Raising Helen’

Posted by Christina on February 28, 2009

raising_helenMovie reviews are starting to become more prevalent by this time. I found my reviews to become better constructed and articulated after I took on a second BA in Film & Media Studies. For now, it seems, I’m doing my best.

New University Newspaper: Hudson Raises Herself In ‘Raising Helen’

Hudson Raises Herself In ‘Raising Helen’
by Christina Nersesian
Volume 37, Issue 28 | May 17 2004

In the bustling city of Manhattan, Helen Harris (Kate Hudson) is about to be promoted from her job as assistant to Dominique (Helen Mirren) – head of one of New York’s top modeling agencies – to an agent. By day she works with some of the most prestigious modeling agencies around the world, attends fashions shows and gets herself onto any VIP list – even if it’s just for afternoon lunch. At night she waves a flirty ‘Hi’ at the bouncers and gets into the hottest clubs of the New York nightlife. She’s a star in her own world ready to get brighter and bigger with each passing day.

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