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Despite what was being said about SJP I still think that it was a brilliant movie with a brilliant cast and being a sucker for tear-inducing movie (not love stories) I just cried watching this. I just think parents, many people not realising, are so important (besides supplying the 1,000,000 and 1 cells with the DNA) in every child's life, esp gay child. Well done.


I agree. I know what they were trying to do with SJP - but it was very forced and seemed unrealistic.


I didn't love the dinner scene...thought it was way too unrealistic. The character that SJP played was very sophisticated and well-read. Living in Manhattan, she would have been the type to have many gay male friends - she wouldn't have been so clueless.

Also, desperate to impress her boyfriend's family, she would have been on her BEST behavior and would not have said anything offensive - ESPECIALLY at the dinner table.

But I did think the gay couple was cute and necessary. I wish there had been a gay sibling in Parenthood. It would have been more realistic.

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