Top positive review
on June 3, 2015
Such a tremendous history and air given to the Bouvier name in this, without hardly any mention or attention to Jacqueline. Yet, throughout the observing, it's as if she's nearby. Or somehow her illustrious life is only a shade or two better than this distant relation. Even in squalor, disdain, and critical questioning - the downturn is only temporary. As long as the memories survive, the Bouvier name supersedes any dis-favorable speculation. Both their ships may have sailed long ago, but they have the endearing belief that the ocean is tending in awe of them still. Pitiful in one regard, but also diligent and optimistic in another. As long as you can live your history, you never really have to look back on it. The future shall always respect the past. And whether the viewer thinks they're crack pots, or Jackie should've diverted some of the wealth to them - they both deserve respect for what they have, are, and will be for living for time to come.