Sexual Beings The movie givesa glimpse into the sex live of Woody, a main that has very few words opens upto his son David’s questions about why he and his mother (Kate) married and hadchildren.
Woody’s response is simple, opening the eyes on older people’s sexualhistories: “I wanted to screw and your mother’s a Catholic, so you figure itout.” Kate (wife to Woody) is portrayed as an overtly sexual character. Kate’swillingness to “let Woody round the bases” while they were dating, to herplayful remarks upon ‘flashing’ a past love interest’s grave (i.e., “See whatyou could’ve had, Keith”), it quickly becomes apparent that Kate is not one tobe that Kate was not a shy girl when expressing herself sexually. The point ofshowing Kate in that manner to be viewed not as an old woman, with the taste ofwanting sex, but as a woman with a personality, and a sexual history whohappens to haven grown older.
e.) Mental declineWhen Woody was going to collect his lotterywinnings, it seems that Woody may have some cognitive issue, but at no pointduring the film is every formally diagnosed. In stead the film shows Woody’steenage sweetheart that “he was always a little confused” and from Kate that”he couldn’t say no to anyone, and it