I do understand that but as a parent I think she should try especially at a time like this and she should never stop trying. I read an article about her where she talks about seeing her sons first movie Moon, seems like she accepts alot of blame as to why her son doesn't speak to her, for that reason, I think, as a parent myself, that she should try until she dies to make it right with him. This is part of the article :
Originally Posted by Tarryn
From what she said on the opening night it seemed her son did not want to talk to her.
My Mum & my Sister have a similar situation. Children can be just as cruel as parents.
I'm no Angie fan but can understand it must be really difficult to know what to do.
But for one woman, Moon has an even greater significance. Angie Bowie, Jones's estranged mother, watched his haunting film through a veil of tears. In an exclusive interview with The Mail on Sunday she reveals how her serious shortcomings as a parent underline the extent of his achievement.
'It is a great work of art,' she says. 'He deserves an Oscar. What upset me is how powerful and personal it is. It is all about alienation and abandonment, and for the first time I realised how much grief I caused my son by letting him go.'
Angie, 59, has not heard from her 38-year-old son in years. She claims he effectively cut her out of his life when he was 14 - and she places the blame on David Bowie who, she says, 'poisoned' her first-born against her and used his vast fortune to alienate her from her son.
Standing outside the cinema after seeing the film, Angie, who still has the peroxide-blonde hair and trim figure that made her an icon in the Seventies, admits her turbulent ten-year marriage to Bowie must have had a lasting impact on Duncan, whom she still calls Zowie.
He ditched the name in favour of the more sedate Duncan when he started his film-making career.
His mother says: 'When I saw the film I felt only one overriding emotion, and that was grief. My son is messed up. The film is about one man's isolation and confusion, and I now realise, through Zowie's art, what a mistake I made leaving him.'
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