Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood

Corrected entry: At the end of the movie when the three Ya-Ya sisters and Vivi's husband get in the car to tell Sidda the whole truth there are four audible car doors slamming, but the car is a two door convertible.

Correction: I've listened to this over and over with the volume all the way up. I can hear the two doors opening and two doors closing and then the car starting and that's all. I listened again for four doors when they were all leaving Sidda, but again I only heard two.


Corrected entry: A timeline problem - the Ya-Yas are shown as young girls (13 or so) at the premiere of Gone with the Wind in 1939, and yet only a couple of years later when America enters World War II, they're all grown up and being played by much older actresses. I know puberty is dramatic, but give me a break.

Correction: If the girls were 13 in 1939, they're 16 at the party scene when the boys are going off to war. While the actresses playing the girls are older, they would be an appropriate age to be getting engaged, etc. Heck, they could even be getting engaged at 16, it was the 1940s, people got married younger then.


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