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Digital Subscriptions > Psychologies > No. 143 Reinvent your life with Yoga > “Every mother wants to do her absolute best as a parent”

“Every mother wants to do her absolute best as a parent”

Actress Naomi Watts talks about strength and purpose, the guilt of the working mum, and her new nail-biter, The Book Of Henry – and what she cannot tell us about Twin Peaks



Naomi Watts seems shy, and a little nervous when talking about herself off -camera – but she comes alive when she is speaking about films. ‘I love film and I’ve always loved it – ever since I was a child. I love being in films, but I also love being in the audience, getting lost in the escapism and mystery.’

In her new film The Book Of Henry, a twisting psychological thriller directed by Colin Trevorrow (Jurassic World), Watts plays a single mother in suburbia, who risks her safety and that of her two children to help the girl who lives next door. Her eldest child Henry is a genius, and has assumed many family responsibilities, including mentoring his younger brother Peter, and assisting their young neighbour, who Henry believes is being hurt in some way.

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