The Art of Racing in the Rain (Family Central Idea)

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  • Denny and Eve get married the start of their family together.
  • Do you see my little angel Enzo this is Zoe, she is a part of our family now she's my daughter.
  • I'm so glad we can finally see each other again Zoe but I'm letting you stay with your grandparents just a little bit longer.
  • Ok Dad.
  • MARRIAGE SCENE
  • The central idea of the scene is that family is the most important thing. This is shown through the scene when Denny and Eve get married. In this scene Denny and Eve finally tie the knot starting their family together. They have a small ceremony with family present it is time for them to start their own. This is the happiest moment for both Denny and Eve.
  • ENZO INTRODUCED TO ZOE
  • The central idea of the scene is that family is the most important thing. This is shown in the scene when Denny introduces Enzo to his new born baby. They named her Zoe this is the beginning of the Swift family. Denny, Enzo, and Eve are glad for the new edition to their family. They couldn't be more happy on how life is going for them. Enzo has also vowed to always protect Zoe and him and Eve now get along.
  • DENNY GETS HIS DAUGHTER BACK!
  • The central idea of the scene is that family is the most important thing. In this scene Denny gets custody of his daughter and is glad to see his daughter. Denny does a kind thing. He decides to let Zoe stay with Maxwell and Trish a little longer even through all the hell they put him through, all the money he lost. This Shows family is the most important thing because Denny knew that Zoe had developed a relationship with the twins and couldn't just cut them off from Zoe. So Denny let by gone's be by gone's and let them stay with her one last time.
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