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Dotty, on a train by herself, reflects back on first year of married life. Flashbacks dramatize some of the major problems that arouse between pete & dotty; their first apartment, arguments, responsibilities, decisions, financial & personal adjustmentCoronet Films 1951 Sound 13 Minutes Produced by Coronet Films. Educational collaborator: Lemo D. Rock- wood, Ph. D., Professor of Family Relationships, New York State College of Home Economics, Cornell University. Synopsis : The film opens with Dotty looking back on her first year of married life. She remembers how wonderful the honeymoon was and the first few weeks after, when they returned to live in the downstairs part of the two- family dwelling owned by Pete’s mother, a widow. But time doesn’t stand still, and marriage is far more than loving each other and enjoying com- panionship. Dotty and Pete had to learn to plan as partners, to adjust to different sexual responses, to plan for the present and the future. Of course, their marriage had its ups and downs, as all marriages do, but they had worked out pretty well adjustments on affections and sex life, and decisions on money matters. Adjusting to each other, adjusting to their marriage, sort of showed them how to face these problems. Suggested Audiences: High schools, colleges, church and other adult groups.
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