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Sarah Jessica Parker is a versatile actor. She is an American television, film, theatre actress as well as a stable producer. For what we all know the famous Sarah Jessica Parker is for her brilliant work as a leading role as Carrie Bradshaw on the HBO television series, Sex and the City (1998-2004). For those evergreen series, Sarah managed to win four Golden Globe Awards, three Screen Actors Guild Awards and nevertheless two Emmy Awards.
Sarah Parker didn’t wait for long and after four year of time, she played the same role on a feature film based on the same show, Sex and the City: the movie and also in its sequel which came after the next two years.
Sarah Jessica Parker’s latest comedy film is releasing on September 16th, 2011 worldwide. The movie is named: I don’t know how she does it. This comedy film is also known as: I don’t know how she does it, the Life of Kate Reddy, Working Mother. This film is about this character, Kate Reddy, which Sarah Parker is playing and who devotes her time in job in a Boston-based financial management firm.
Sarah gets time to go back home to her two children and a down-sized architect husband, Richard. Things soon become quite complicated in the film when Sarah Parker is handed over a major new account and that will demand her frequent visits to New York. Richard gets a new job which he really wanted but Sarah’s visits to a new city made situation complicated when she was tempted towards this new business associate, Jack Abelhammer.
Parents should realize that the comedy film is based on a book. This book tries to explore work, family and balance between the two by a working wife, Sarah Parker. Though this comedy based film does include some suggestive content but that might appear to be a bit mature for the younger children. This film is a struggle between the bake sales, corporate meetings, and an attempt to spend quality time with family. However, Sarah remains a step behind so many parents or children could relate to this absentee parent while watching this Film.