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Michael Cole over 4 years ago
Now and Then...in the south!
Alexander OBrien almost 6 years ago
Not at all what I expected.
Melissa Tonkin 6 years ago
Love Sandra Bullock! Read the book, movie didn't do it justice, but still good.
Hope Triplett over 4 years ago
Jason Gilmore 5 years ago
Becky over 6 years ago
erin almost 7 years ago
Jason Brown 7 years ago
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood is a 2002 American comedy-drama film starring Sandra Bullock and Ashley Judd, directed and written by Callie Khouri. It is based on Rebecca Wells' novel of the same name and its prequel collection of short stories, Little Altars Everywhere. The film opens in 1937 Louisiana with four little girls out in the woods at night, each wearing a home-made headdress. The leader, Viviane Abbott, initiates them into a secret order she dubs the "Ya-Ya Sisterhood," which they seal by cutting their palms and taking a blood oath of undying loyalty. Then we switch to 2002 New York City, where Viviane's daughter, playwright Siddalee Walker (Sandra Bullock), while overseeing production of her newest release, gives an interview with a Time Magazine reporter, mentioning her unhappy childhood as a major source of inspiration for her work. The reporter sensationalizes Sidda's complaint, implying abuse and deep, dark family secrets. Vivi (Ellen Burstyn) reads the...
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