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Based on a true story, What Girls Learn, is 'almost' a chick flick. A strong and outspoken woman with two daughters falls in love with a man who changes their lives only to meet with tragedy. Yet, despite the 'down' parts, there is great humanity here. Can't imagine a dry eye in the house.
I have devised a drinking game....watch a bunch of Scott Bakula movies and drink a shot everytime he takes his shirt off. Be loaded at the end of the night. lol.
Frances is a woman living a life of ordinary existence divorced and raising two girls. She has not, however, allowed her circumstances to steal her dream of what life can be-surprising, fun, what you make it, an adventure. She knows how to love without prejudice and knows it is "out there" somewhere if she will risk it. She believes she has found it in a long distance romance (Georgia to Long Island). It's noteworthy that it is discovered through letters and not an ever-present other. She risks it all and uproots her family to follow her heart. Something her daughters neither understand nor desire.
This is a story of great discoveries. The daughters discover how extraordinary (and rare) extravagant love is. It is worth throwing everything else away,especially surface appearances. Frances discovers that her risk costs much more than she thought. Happily ever after is not easily achieved, but it is attainable.
Enter Nick(Bakula), a quiet man who can, at times, nearly become invisible. He's not prince charming, not a romantic poet, but lives quietly, elegantly, a life of extravagant love. He loves Frances better than even she understands.Read more ›
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I saw this on youtube, some years back, and then again, on Lifetime. Very truthful coming of age story.Published 5 months ago by velly
If you are into family, love and Scott Bakula, you'll love film.Published on July 17, 2014 by Barbara Botfield
It's a beautiful movie, beautiful story.
A little bit sad, but I like it very much.
Buy it if you like to see a young Kyle Schmid
and an handsome Scott Bakula.:)
The 3 leading ladies had no chemistry what so ever, even when the 3 dare share a bubble bath. The oldest daughter Tilden was the most hateful and unlikable girl I have ever seen. Read morePublished on August 20, 2003 by Moviebuffer101