HAHA JUST KIDDING, obviously it portrays everyone in southern America as white, backwards, conservative, and obsessed with Civil War reenactments, and aggressively puts forth the garbage essentialized notion that you are defined by where you grew up.
At least, that's what I'm getting from the trailer:
Southern Male Love Interest: You used to be a different person from what you are now. Would you like to ditch years of growth and self-understanding in order to revert to the un-complex childhood sweetheart that I remember you being?
Heroine: No, I'm fairly certain that I don't want to embrace a cult of youth where I never grow or change beyond the sixteen-year-old that you like to remember me as. I'm also pretty confident that the sixteen-year-old that you claim to remember was equally complex and complicated, but that you were either too self-involved to notice at the time or that you've spent the intervening years of our separation re-writing me in your head in order to idealize something that I never was, never will be, and wouldn't be happy as. Furthermore, your unwillingness to grant me the divorce that I want and using the law to force me to spend time and money to gratify your need for attention speaks to an abusive, controlling trait that doesn't mesh well with your insistence that I need to change to become the "real" me that you think you know so well. You're setting off major red flags, so here is my lawyer who will deal with you further while I extricate myself from any and all contact with you.
Northern Male Love Interest: Does this mean you'll marry me after all?
Heroine: No, I'd prefer to marry someone who can come up with a more personalized proposal than renting out Tiffany's for the night. Was that supposed to be romantic? It's like you thought the best way to win my love was to write a check. I appreciate you trying to honor my wishes for the ring of my choice, but there are ways to do that which still suggest that you know more about me as a person than just "probably likes sparkly things because women amiright". Furthermore, and I mean this in the nicest possible way, you seem to have some co-dependency issues with your mother that need working out, and coupled with that and the fact that she seems likely to be extremely hostile to me, I'd prefer to not get in the middle of that. Now if you'll excuse me, I need to go speak to my Sassy Black Gay Friend and ask him to not call me a "steel magnolia" anymore because I reject the cultural need to essentialize me into a stereotypical role based on the location of my birth. Ciao!