What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that the women pose nude, but in most cases their breasts are obscured by some sort of strategically-placed prop. There are several sex-related jokes and discussions. A teenage boy, who is embarrassed by his mother's antics, rebels by drinking and smoking what he thinks is pot.
- Families can talk about how the movie makes a distinction between nakedness and nudity, and the women argue that what they're doing is art, not pornography. Do you agree? What do the women learn from their experience? The women adopt the phrase "the last stage of flowers is the most glorious" as their mantra -- does our society reflect this sentiment in our treatment of older people? Finally, how does the group's sudden fame affect their friendships and family relationships?