3 years old - “mommy, i love you” 13 years old - “WHATEVER MOM !” 16 years old - “Mom is so damn annoying” 18 years old - “i wanna leave this house!” 25 years old - “Mom, you were right” 30 years old - “i wanna be with my mom again” 50 years old - “i dont want to lose my mom” 70 years old - “i would give up everything for my mom to be here with me”
We only have 1 Mom. Reblog this if you appreciate your Mom.
"The brand of cigarettes Margot smokes throughout the movie were only sold in Ireland and were discontinued in the 1970s. According to director Wes Anderson in the DVD insert (detailing all of the setting and props and the reasons why he used them) this was intentional, both because of the theme of the 1970s and to make Margot's secret smoking habit just a little stranger."