4. She fully supported her husband
This is a woman who was 100% supportive of her husband. She gave up her dreams so that Ken’s dreams could come true. In fact, she left her world and her family behind when the two moved to California for Ken’s dreams.
There aren’t many women who would do that now. However, Mollie was a woman of her generation in this way. The support also meant that she wouldn’t show just how scared she was of something happening to Ken, getting rid of the cliche that most movies offer.
3. She gave as good as she got
Just like Caitriona Balfe, Mollie would give as much as she got. Yes, in a way, Mollie was a woman of her generation. Se would stand in the background to support her husband. As a stay-at-home mom and wife, she would fit the stereotype for the 60s. But that didn’t mean everything about her was a stereotype.
Mollie wouldn’t back down from a fight if she was in the right. She’d dish out just as much as she got, and not just when negativity arose. She would be happy to tease her husband just as much as he teased her.