21 July 2006 | MsLiz
Enthusiastic packed informal screening
I watched this film tonight with a packed house at Pt. Washington library. One of the actresses and the assistant director were there to answer questions after the movie. People kept coming into the theater room after the movie had been running for a half-hour or more, and the room was filled with not just the usual in-town audience but many friends of the film who had traveled 20 or 30 miles to be able to see the film screened.
I think every father has problems adjusting to how their daughter(s) lives change as they grow up. My own father's favorite picture of me was taken in my freshman year of high school when I still wore glasses(!) and hadn't yet changed into the young woman that disagreed with many of his plans for her.
I was very pleased by the character development of the sisters and the father, they found ways to make changes in their lives even when the changes were difficult.
I liked the film very much, and most of the audience did too! Congratulations to Georgia Lee and the cast and crew for this great family film!