The Top 100 Inspirational Movies: 40 - 21
33 - Driving Miss Daisy
Miss Daisy must overcome her own fears, prejudices, and insecurities to do the
most simple of tasks – travel. Her son finds Hoke, who is eventually able
to convince Miss Daisy to let him be her driver despite her completely stubborn
attitude. Over time the two form an
amazing friendship that transcends race and age. Daisy finds out that
Hoke is illiterate, and she begins to give back to him by teaching him how to
read. Driving Miss Daisy is a powerful
reminder that anyone can change, and that two people no matter how different,
can always become great friends.
~ Stephen Russ
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