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...best friend is getting married, he shows his jealousy by being cold toward Juliet at all times. In the end he expresses his feelings toward her so she knows, but she still ends up married to his best friend Peter. I see this happen to a lot of my friends throughout life. At some point everyone experiences jealousy, especially when it comes to relationships. Everyone wants what they can’t have. The point is to not let jealousy control your entire life. There comes a point where you need to come to terms with the things you cannot change.
In conclusion, this movie does a great job at showing different styles, and situations relationships go through on a daily basis. It brings up real issues such as culture, infidelity, death, jealousy, singlehood, heartbreak, and love. By focusing on 10 different story lines, this movie is able to become relatable to all who watch it.
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