Now, I belong to a simple middle class family. I know what last minute flight tickets cost. It must have costed them months and months of saving. Yet, they were there. Right in front of me. Only for me.
“We decided that of all the bad things that could happen by leaving your door open in the middle of winter in a major city, to end up with a sweet dog, who has come off the street ... We have to at least give this a try,” Jokinen said.
There was a tree in a corner of the dining room. Full of gifts underneath. After the meal, Grandma announced to whom they were destined. Everyone had one. Abundance in everything, joy everywhere. Everything was perfect. Grandma amazed us.
Fatcat decided that we needed protection and became almost a guard cat. She tells me if I leave something, shout if a door is open and the night is dark, she warns us if someone stops outside and she watches us while we sleep.
Seeing him in my garden constantly barking and jumping on me, I thought there was something weird about it.
Now, in her late fifties, this woman dares to say who she is.
This is a film that I gladly offer to people who want to laugh intelligently to the subtle and unexpected humor of this English comedy so well done.