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"Driving Miss Daisy": Reflective Summary
A look at the aging process in light of the movie "Driving Miss Daisy."
# 141360 | 750 words | 1 source | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.) , Aging (General)

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The paper explains that Miss Daisy is an aging Jewish widow who crashes her car and consequently gets her driving privileges removed. The paper describes how the movie walks the viewer through the life transitions that result inevitably with the decline of perceptions and physical and emotional deteriorations that come with the aging process.

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""Driving Miss Daisy", with Morgan Freeman, Jessicah Tandy and Dan Akroyd; is a movie that examines the poignant circumstances of three individuals as they encounter new roles, situations and life transitions, while they grow older. In particular, Jessicah Tandy plays Miss Daisy, an aging Southern Jewish widow who wrecks her car and then struggles with her self-concept and dignity as Hoke, her black chauffeur played by Morgan Freeman, assumes responsibility of her transportation requirements. The movie uses the emotional impact of Miss Daisy's loss of driving capacity as a starting point, and then methodically but tenderly steers..."

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