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  1. Carolyn Howard-Johnson
    April 6, 2013 @ 9:55 pm

    I saw it, too. Rochelle. I liked the heroine. As writers (and humans) we all know that we are not perfect. When our heroine was a weak feminist, it was a lovely (if painful reminder) of what women have been through in the past. To the extent that she was strong (and somewhat manipulative), well…that was alos a reminder that women used what was available to them. Things are really not so different for most of us today, are they? And as writers ourselves, we know that when we write imperfections into our characters they are all the more real–and interesting.

    BTW, I do Twitter movie reviews. Find them #MovieReviews or–better–follow me at http://twitter.com/FrugalBookPromo. (-:

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