Dear PamelaR and Speak Your Truth et al.~
PamelaR: you are not taking over, you say as much here as you like, all good. Do you like Tom Waite?
Speak Your Truth: Vivaldi is a favorite for me too. When I met my second partner we were both of middle years so I gave her a copy of the Autumn concerto from The Four Seasons. Call the Midwife is a little too realistic at times, my partner likes it but I tend to steer clear. That being said I like the ABC, not only Classic FM but lots of podcasts, Robyn Williams has been a favorite for over 40 years.
I think the film you mentioned sounds OK, I enjoyed Last Orders and Big Fish, both of which have a death, so that give you an idea. So which one are you referring to?
Happy endings include Amélie and another work by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Micmacs, plus of course his more recent film The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet.
I used to find it almost impossible to settle down to read after the PSTD bit me, but eased my way back in reading very simple books. One that was packed full of puns to enhance the plot got me going again.
Do talk again when you are able.
Croix (who dispenses copious amounts of virtual coffee and tissues at vast virtual expense)