This is a film about understanding and grouth of an adolescent girl.She lives in a middle-class catholic family. She has a strong personality and is independant on many things. The first scene impressed me a lot and forshadowed the twists of the coming contradictions and incidents, when “Lady Bird ”had trouble with her mother and she jumped out the car right away without thinking about the consequences.
Growing up means accepting yourself. Accept the effort you have to make to realize your dream. I believe most of us have experienced or are undergoing what the female leading role experiences.
The so-called "growth", perhaps, is that we finally realize the complexity of the world and are able to treat people and things around us without a limited viewpoint. That is to mean, we begin to accept ourselves and what we really are, even if we are unbearable and have no approval with others, and are also willing to strive for development little by little.
The Lady Bird longed for her mother's approval.“I want you to be the best version of yourself you can be.”"what if this is the best version?" The mother and daughter are both strong-willed people. So when each other's feelings are revealed, the story turns to touching the audience. And at last, the daughter expressed her appreciation to her mother by saying these words, “and I want to tell you…I love you…thank you…and…thank you.”
The future will not wipe the thought of testing just because of our hopeful expectations; nor does the present life give up the amity and goodness just on account of our boredom.
“Being successful doesn’t mean any and anything. It just means that he is successful. But that doesn’t mean that you are happy.”