[boxes] with shadows” (Peace, Love & Misunderstanding). Diane does not realize yet that all she does in her life is to fight, even when people are not fighting with her. All she knows is that she and her mother are in conflict because they have different values and priorities in life. Diane has yet to open her mind to the real reason behind their conflict- her inability to fully accept her mother, especially her human faults and limitations and their differences as human beings. Apart from conflict with her family, the greatest conflict Diane has is with her own self because she has not accepted the fullness of her humanity. She misunderstands people because she misunderstands her identity most of all. Because of her mother’s free spirit, whom Diane learned to loathe, she decided to be more responsible and aggressive. She does not know how to have fun and appreciate life’s simple sources of happiness. An example is her displaced anger at her mother’s chickens. These chickens are free and have no troubles in the world. Diane does not want to be like that. She wants to know her roles and goals in life and to feel responsible for them. When something goes wrong, Diane blames herself. . Analysis of Peace, Love & Misunderstanding Film Directed by Bruce Beresford.
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