There's a distinct human temptation at times to think we're beyond redemption, we're defined by our past, and there's nothing that can change that. When we're deprived of love, we can be tempted to think we don't deserve it. The movie is powerful example of how healing takes many forms and often is a long, but worthwhile, process. As the story comes to a close, Katie ultimately takes the challenging road of recovering from past pain, overcoming unhealthy habits, and opening herself to enjoying a relationship with greater potential for love. She made bad choices in the past, but she has the power to change her behavior in the future, which leads us to the last powerful takeaway from the film. At the start of the film—which, full disclosure, has some racy scenes—viewers quickly witness a dramatic interpretation of the realities that affect countless girls worldwide. As we see, it's hard to care for someone else when your own self-care is suffering. Katie has to live with the repercussions of her actions, but she ultimately realizes that despite her past mistakes, she is not a bad person. The narrative begins when Katie Seyfried loses her mom in a car accident; her father Jake Crowe survived the accident but not without injuries that affected his brain.
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