This is where I leave you opens today across the country. Jane fonda leads an all-star cast. And ABC's Chris Connelly met up her to talk about it. Your father had one final request. Why did you want... See More
This is where I leave you opens today across the country. Jane fonda leads an all-star cast. And ABC's Chris Connelly met up her to talk about it. Your father had one final request. Why did you want to play this part? I'm 76 years old, and you don't find parts for older women very often that that that are this good. But for the next seven days, you are all my children again. Reporter: In the film, fonda's character is mother hen and hostess to the distungsal offspring who have gathered to mark the passing of their father. Your four children are taken aback by a certain change in your appearance. She has a boob job. And like a little women, just goes a little too far. Can you please close that robe, please. Cover it. Just breasts now. You have bionic breasts now. Reporter: What did you have to wear in order to play that? I hate to talk about it, because I want people to think they're mine. These really great prosthetics, they made me make boobs that looked really re ed really real. But if they were real, I would fall over. Reporter: You made Jason batheman cry on this movie. Jason made me cry, and Tina. I didn't know Tina could make me cry. Jason, he has eyes you can fall into. He moved me a lot. Reporter: What's it like to be in a mentoring role for these younger actors? I didn't see myself as a mentor. I guess I am. I was close to Betty Davis, Katherine help kurpbuhepburn, why didn't I ask endless questions? I didn't. The only person who's ever asked me questions, and, of course, Meryl Streep. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Chris Connelly, ABC news, Los Angeles.
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