I should concede your being correct that Nicole Kidman brings charm to the character of Grace.
The movie brings up a few questions:
Is it a good idea to teach children to read Bible verses in some literal menaing context? Or is it better to encourage a discussion of possible meanings and present day ramificatins, to develop judgement for today?
Is it a good idea to punish children with punishments lasting days, or are shorter punsihments or loss of privileges better?
Is it a good idea to with drw privileges in anger or better to have things spelled out in advance?
Is it a good idea to keep changing the rules as you go for children, as your mood changes, or is it better to settle on a set of rules, and change only carefully?
What is the after life, and how will we experience ourselves and others?
When there is something that is annoying us, is a shotgun the best method of expression?
How should we judge trustworhtiness of character?
These are some of the questions that the movie answers in some form, but indirectly and not clearly.
Will we be able to offer someone a cup of tea in the afterlife?
I still enjoy re-watching the movie as something to go comforably to sleep with.
Thanks for your replies.
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