Loved the location and the story! It was so beautiful and I like the focus on their friendship over finding a romantic partner. Each character was well developed. There were a few things that I didn't understand, maybe there is an extended version and some stuff was cut? When Joy bonds with Renee and says she would make a great mom and starts opening up about college, Renee dismisses her and talks about Samara's birthday. I thought that was strange and would show she wouldn't be a great mom? Another thing was Samara's pitch - I have no idea what it is? I got the part of expanding finance and making it more accessible but something about families coming together and cards? And then summer travel, vacation? What does that have to do with finance? Who's family is going on soulful vacation? The people at work or customers? I've watched it twice and still don't know! Samara had the weird outburst at her friends when her basket was evaluated as unfinished and it causes a big rift among the three of them. I didn't feel like it was really resolved and the three of them at her apartment wasn't enough. Other than that I enjoyed the movie, the relationships, all of the locations, and the side storylines. I wished the ending focused on all three friends, all three standing together by the water like in the painting. It would have made a powerful impact of the friendship they shared. I know the whispering stone only called Samara back but I don't know it would have been nice to focus on the girlfriends rather than the romantic relationship which to me was a side thing and not the main focus.
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After a booking mix-up, Samara's birthday getaway turns into a weeklong journey where three friends rediscover passion, purpose and romance.
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October 09, 2022 at 02:29 AM