The Resource After happily ever after
- After happily ever after
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- [filmmaker, Kate Schermerhorn]
- Filmmaker Kate Schermerhorn looks for the secret to a happy marriage and for answers to some timely questions about an institution that might just be due for some review. Why do 90% of Americans marry when half of those marriages will end in divorce? What better alternatives, if any, exist? Is marriage entering a new phase, a better and more flexible one or is it becoming obsolete?
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- .A38 2011
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- Target audience
- live action
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