Talk to your kids about…
She’s the Man
Olivia’s mother wants her to be a different type of girl—one who is more interested in fashion and manners than soccer. Does Olivia ever really try talking to her mother about how she feels? Is it possible for a woman to be beautiful, polite, and physically active in competitive sports?
Why, after centuries, do Shakespearian plays still provide the structure for many modern stories? What present day authors do you think will be influencing audiences hundreds of years from now?