The story of four friends, and their adventure from childhood to old age.
Welcome to the Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood Live Journal community. Created and maintained by Sandy ( Vivi ), along with her fellow Ya-Ya's Maura and Raychel.
Facts: - This community is completely based on the movie Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. It will include our personal own divine secrets, created by our own Ya-Ya sisters as well as fellow members. - The three Ya-Ya sisters that will be caring for this community have been friends for three years. Do not join to insult our friendships. Do not join to insult our community. Do not join to mock community members. No bullshit will be tolerated. - A fourth Ya-Ya sister will be added to complete the group. - This, all in all, is a community for females, based on the movie Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. This community will unite friendships, will unite females, will unite ideas as well as problems, heartaches, and advice. We are all here to help any member of this community that may need help. This community is a support to all females who join. - All layouts will be original. - Our number one rule; Have fun and mumbo gumbo.
Movie: Playwright Siddalee Walker (Sandra Bullock) has accidentally alienated her blowhard Southern mother, Vivi (Ellen Burstyn), with a Time magazine interview in which she honestly details what it was like to have such an overbearing mother during her tumultuous childhood. This ignites long dormant feelings of animosity between the two, and on the eve of Siddalee's nuptials, Vivi stops talking to her daughter. Coming to the rescue are three of Vivi's best friends, Caro (Maggie Smith), Teensy (Fionnula Flanagan) and Necie (Shirley Knight), who as children formed a secret club called the Ya-Ya sisterhood. The Ya-Ya sisters kidnap Siddalee from New York and bring her back home to study the sacred Ya-Ya scrapbook, which details the very same personal struggles in Vivi's life. The Ya-Ya sisters hope that Siddalee will understand just how her mother thinks, and how the information on the past might help her reach a better understanding with her mother in the present.