Bella (2006)

A veiled film about abortion/adoption - but tastefully; no judgment is cast and the players are genuine.

A troubled yet talented soccer player/chef befriends a pregnant coworker and they spend the day together. Throughout the day, we learn more of each character's life defining moments and how they perceive their futures.

In the end it is a heartwarming and emotional film. The latino family is a pillar of values, love and support while the woman is alone in the world; it provides for some nice contrast.

The films title (Beautiful) is portrayed in fine cuisine, automobile, gentleness, and genuine caring.

Truth: Family is a core investor of morality, hope, and love.

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