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Introduction This paper focuses on assessing the aspect of family in one of the fifteen movies provided. The selected movie in this case is The Notebook, which involves a story of two teenage lovers who were separated by parents but later reunited and lived together. The paper focuses in the aspect of family unit featured in the movie. It contrasts and compares the behaviors and characteristics of family in the movie to assess the criteria that include family processes, family values, family socialization and family rearing, healthcare practices and beliefs, genogram, adaptation, ecomap, and comparison of the family unit with Beavers Systems Model. The paper begins with movie plot and ends with the analysis conclusion. Movie Setting and Story Notebook is a movie that is based on modern love story rooted in the post- and pre- World War II era. It starts as a story where an old man reads a book to an old woman in a nursing home who is suffering from memory loss. The story involves a young girl; Allie, from a rich family who went to a holiday in their summer home when she was 17 years old and spend a great summer with a young man Noah. However, the girl’s parent are not in favor of the relationship and thus, they took the girl away and broke her contact with Noah. Noah tried his best to keep the contact but failed and he eventually decided to serve his country in war to forget Allie. After the war, he comes back and tried to restore the family farmhouse, and he appears in a news articles regarding the same, where Allie gets his contact and decided to visit, 14 years after their last contact. At that time Allie had established a relation with another man, though she still considered Noah to be the love of his life. Despite being engaged to, she still decided to spend her life with Noah, and abandoned the other man. The two completed each other and enjoyed their life together. The movie therefore involves three main families that include the Noah’s family, Allie’s family and Lon’s family. Lon is the man that Allie is engaged to (Cassavetes, 2004). Assessment of Movie Family Family Processes Allie comes from a rich family with high social status. She falls in love with Noah who is from a low social class. Based on Allie’s parents’ culture, Allie cannot be allowed to marry a man of lower social class than her. In this regard, the relationship is disregarded and Noah dismissed as trash. The
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