You just viewed a scene from the film "The Joy Luck Club".
https://online.fiu.edu/videos?vpvid=5440716f-fc7c-45ff-a168-4b5f0fda178a The film is about four women who were born and raised in China; and immigrated to the United States as adults. Each of these women has a daughter. Their greatest hope is that their daughters will have more choices, more freedom and be more assertive individuals than they were living in China. They try to teach their respective daughters valuable life lessons, but the daughters do not always understand the hidden meaning behind the message.
In this particular scene, one of the mothers is giving advice to her daughter who is going through a divorce. This mother uses the analogy of being like stairsgoing up and going down. Her daughter is confused by this.
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