Provide a 8 pages analysis while answering the following question: The movie my big fat greek wedding.
Provide a 8 pages analysis while answering the following question: The movie my big fat greek wedding. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required.
However, she does her role of taking care of male Greek babies which she usually feeds since her duty is a waiter. As time goes by, her family is in worries of whether of she may find a man in a life or remain single throughout her lifetime. Her father even reminds her in the play to get married since she is becoming old with time. It is because most men do not like to marry old ladies since they do not easily give birth at their old age (Fields and James, 2005).
Toula intends to go to college so that she can improve in her knowledge in computer and operations.
However, she falls for a handsome man who is not from Greek by the name Ian Miller. The man is a teacher in a given high school and also a vegetarian. She differs with her family in this situation since in this case she goes against the Greek traditions of marrying a person outside the Greek community. She claims that her soul objective of marrying the high school teacher is simply because she gives he gives her the total happiness she deserves in love. In fact it was outside the expectations of her parents from her on getting married to a non-Greek.
Therefore, in this situation, her father, Gus, rejects her new found lover since she went against the norms of the society. The father is so furious in the play that he finally utters such statements. He later takes a soft stand upon uttering the tough statements to her lovely daughter whom she is unhappy with in getting married to a person outside the Greek community. The soft position taken by Gus, the father to Toula on her decision to marry Ian who is a non Greek makes Toula a happy lady indeed.
After realizing that the soft stand he takes on Toula in marrying Ian, Gus follows Toula’s mother and accepts Ian embracing him as his in-law son. However, the tough moments that waits Ian ahead is whether the Toula’s community will also take their marriage just as the father agreed to it.