Mothers and Daughters
Actress and teacher; actress, producer and director
What have you learned from each other?
Mary Stuart: How to love. How to cook. How to be married—that you each have to give 70 percent and take 30 percent. And how to be an artist and a working person and a mother, all at the same time.
Carlin: How to let go. Part of it was not telling her how to do anything professionally. She grew up in a house filled with cinema and theater, but I had to learn early on that her journey was not mine to manipulate.