Katie Holmes attends a special screening of "All We Had," hosted by The Cinema Society and Ruffino, at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema, Dec. 6, in New York.
Photo by Andy Kropa/Invision/AP
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Holmes said it's a specific story but one she can relate to.Holmes, who is raising her daughter Suri, said her work for directors like Curtis Hanson and Ang Lee over the years taught her how to lead actors on a set.Based on Annie Weatherwax's novel, the movie is set during the 2007 economic crisis and features Holmes teetering on the edge of poverty.Owen plays the daughter, Ruthie, and said she was inspired by Holmes' transition from movie star to the person behind the camera.Holmes was promoting her movie a few days after Lucasfilm head Kathleen Kennedy implied in an interview that there weren't women directors with enough experience to helm an upcoming "Star Wars" movie.
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