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A lifelong Carolina farm girl, now in her early 20's, Grace has dreamed all her life of the day when "Mr. Right" slips a Princess Cut diamond on her finger and swears to love her forever. Tonight may be that night as Stewart has something special planned after 15 months together! But when things don't go as planned, and romance crashes down around her, it launches her on a quest, aided by her father, to understand what it means to truly love another person. Will Grace finally discover love or ruin her chances for happiness forever? Written by
I liked the fact that the movie has Christian elements in it. To find a person to share your life with is indeed a blessing. Nowadays, most people forget Christian values especially when it comes to find your soulmate. It is sad to see how many girls surrender to the 'wishes' of their boyfriends or how they sell or change themselves just to be loved. Only one thing bothered me very much...the role of the mother. She was passive and had not much to say when her daughter needed advice. Instead she and her daughter went to the father to 'share his wisdom'. I mean...really??? Is she that dumb or is it just the fact that Christianity is coupled with a traditional female role? A woman that cleans up the house, cooks for the family and submits to her husband, whatever he says??? Of course, it's good to have a father or a husband that protects you...but it let's not forget that he doesn't always know what is right for you, he is also just human. Also the Christian Religion is evolving and the presented values are puritan.
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