Role Of Interpersonal Communication In Mrs Doubtfire

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Mrs. Doubtfire is a 1993 comedy starring Robin Williams as Daniel Hillard and Sally Field as Miranda his ex-wife. Daniel is an eccentric actor who specializes in dubbing voices for cartoon characters. He has three children, Lydia, Chris, and Natalie, whom he loves the most. His wife Miranda has different thoughts of him, as being a poor disciplinarian and a bad role model to their children. He lost his job and when getting home, he throws an elaborate and disastrous birthday party for Chris, against Miranda’s instructions. Miranda files for a divorce as she can no longer endure his little eccentricities and granted full custody of the children. Daniel is denied custody until he gets a stable job and a house. As a result of the divorce, Daniel, the father, is only allowed to see his children once a week. He later learns that Miranda wants a babysitter for her children and Daniel applies pretending to be a 70-year-old nanny from Scotland, Mrs. Doubtfire. The three concepts of interpersonal communication running through the film are Intimates, self-disclosure, and comforting. The first interpersonal communication used in…show more content…
The three concepts of interpersonal communication I used above is what I believe it’s easier for me to use. Communication is indeed important for a relationship to work. If avoiding and competing are in your relationship you'll likely end up being like Daniel and Miranda in the movie call “Mrs. Doubtfire.” After a sudden divorce, Daniel disguises himself as a female housekeeper to spend time with his children. Even Though it makes him uncomfortable he still does it because all he want is to be with his children. As the new nanny, Daniel becomes the perfect father and spouse. In the end, Daniel and Miranda come closer again after Daniel have been changed. They are able to maintenance their relationship and probably getting back together again after

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