No, this is not a movie review. It's too late for that. This is about the lessons that stay with you (esp if you are a woman and they should even if you are a man!) long after you have watched the movie.
1. It is ok to not have a particular skill even if the rest of the world thinks that it is crucial.
2. Any skill is worth being respected, even if it is cooking, which is generally perceived as a mundane household chore.
3. Any age is good enough to learn a new skill. There is nothing to be ashamed of the attempt.
4. Respect for life partners in a marriage should be independent of what one's good at or weak in.
5. And finally, any woman who isn't "working" but is "just" a "housewife" is worthy of equal respect for the simple reason that she is the only person who puts others' comfort ahead of her own. (WE all would notice if we stopped for a moment and took notice)
This might look like just another one of those oh-women-are-so-great-and-should-be-respected post. But I can imagine people who have watched the movie nodding in agreement with what I have said here. And people who haven't yet should get a DVD, when it is out to understand what I have said. It is never too late to look at things differently!