(Kim Cattrall) : I don't think it's a cautionary tale.
They say that children need their mother, but I think that children need their mother and their father - particularly later in life.When I started to go away to school and jobs, that was when I needed my father.Forty I felt, in 'Sex & the City' and shows like 'Sex & the City' we've been able to push the barrier back.I think that's why I've been working a lot over there because they celebrate it.(Q) : WHY IS IT IMPORTANT FOR YOU TO PLAY CHARACTERS THAT SHOW OLDER WOMEN HAVING A RIGHT OT SEXUALITY AND NOT JUST TEENAGERS?
And it's kind of easy to diet or get off a diet when you've got a juicy role to play.
Because I feel that this is really a story about a woman fighting for the right to have her daughter with her.
(Kim Cattrall) : Because I am an older woman who has a right to my sexuality at any age.
My professional life has a lot of ups and downs but in my personal life, I'm pretty easy-going.'Cattrall also discussed her relationship with her parents, secretary Gladys Shane and construction engineer Dennis Cattrall, who emigrated to BC in Canada from Liverpool when Cattrall was three months old.'Most of my teachers and mentors have been women - it's what I was exposed to.
My father travelled a lot when I was young and my mother was always there - so that was where I got my consistency and my values from, more than from my father's side.
They sent me the script and he was seeing quite a few actresses.