This writing assignment explores "Little Miss Sunshine" (2006), discussing the film's ending, exploring the presence of a moral, and examining whether the Hoover family becomes more united.
[...] To be able to overpass all these issues they learn how to support each other and become closer than in the beginning. The end of the story In the end of the movie the entire family is dancing together with Olive on the stage instead of removing her from there. In this scene we can see how they are supporting Olive to save her from an humiliation and we can therefore understand that they are more united than in the beginning. [...]
[...] Little Miss Sunshine (2006) - Written expression and movie review Questions: What do you think of the ending? Is there a moral to the story? Is the Hoover family more united in the end than in the beginning? Why? Introduction I like the ending of the movie because I find it unexpected. Normally, in movies like this one once all the struggles are passed the protagonist obtains what he wants. On the contrary, in this movie Olive doesn't manage to win the beauty context of her dreams, quite the opposite she's forbidden to participate to any other beauty context in California. [...]
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