divine ya, ya

divine ya, ya - Caitlin Rodenbeek Rector GERO 200 28...

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Caitlin Rodenbeek Rector GERO 200 28 November 2006 Movie Summary Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisters based on the novel written by Rebecca Wells is a sweet movie depicting the relationship between a mother and her daughter, and how it has changed. The mother’s closely knit group of friends desperately tries to take her daughter back to the way things were in order to mend a dysfunctional relationship. As a member of the audience, we are allowed to view each moment, past and present, and how each action had consequences. The daughter begins to see the other side of her mother and how important and special her bond is with her fellow cohorts. In the end, the two realize how important they are to each other and reconnect as a family. I enjoyed this film quite a bit and found that many families could learn from the story being told. There were points when I found the movie to be somewhat hokey and predictable. For instance, throughout the entire film we immediately know the mother and daughter will reunite and all will be mended. From a psychological standpoint, there
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