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Bouquet is about a floral arrangement of people....It's beautiful!
I really enjoyed the Bouquet movie. This film is about struggling relationships that most people can relate to. Sometimes it takes a tragedy, or a loss of a loved one to awaken people to what is most important in life.
In the Bouquet movie, a father has a heart attack and dies on Easter. The saddest part, though, is that his two daughters were too busy in their lives to join the mom and dad for the Easter dinner... which ended up being the man's last here on earth! One daughter makes it to the funeral, but the second one arrives after everyone has left the graveside. She is seen at night, grieving over the father's grave. It is a heartbreaking scene!
However, the family blooms in a wonderful way, after the death of the dad. The sisters learn that family is more important then their personal pursuits and they gradually learn to love one another.
They learn that their mother needs them to unite to help her in restoring a failing floral business. The story, also, teaches everyone that special friends, such as a man who celebrated Easter with the elderly couple, can be more loving and loyal then the actual relatives. The man's story will melt your heart and you will learn how he became like a son to the elderly couple.
The Bouquet is about people, more then flowers. It shows how people from all races and walks of life can come together to help one another in Godly love. In a special way, we are the beautiful "Bouquet" This is a heartwarming movie and I highly recommend it to everyone! In closing, I would like to applaud the writer, Kele McGlohon and the director, Anne Wheeler, for making this great, meaningful Christian movie, that everybody can enjoy. Bouquet is a wonderful, non-rated movie, that does not have swearing, or any immoral behavior, or wild music or graphic violence. Thanks, and please keep making great productions, that are non-rated!
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