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The movie depicts a lot of aspects of love that actually feel very relatable, all the little weaknesses, that most of us will face some time in one way or another.
It also provides some humorous scenes that help to light up the serious plot.
What this post and those previous two have in common, is that they are about identity.
The topic of Status was a much easier discussion, because I avoided delving into identity issues in order to give you the bare bones legislative context.
I’m not a shut-in…I realised that there were different definitions out there, I simply hadn’t lived where I was by them before.
In another post, I talked about Pan-Indianism, and also Pan-Métisism.
More important, I’d argue, than just knowing the state of the categories right now…but you have to start from somewhere! If I have any academic readers, I apologise in advance for bringing up debates or issues that some academics think are settled, or should be moved past.
"Dating Daisy" is what you could call a classic love story placed in modern times.
We get to see Daisy and her Ex, two young adults, who once were a couple and still have feelings for each other, regaining trust in their troubled relationship.
It is easy to connect with the characters and to feel empathy for their relationship.
There are only two minor issues that smaller the otherwise good impression.