THE WEB TOWN OBSERVER - TERRENCE MCCARTHY
The movie's about this guy who gets his mind changed by the folks in the Scotch seaside village where he's come to do business. His intent, at first , is to exploit the place. Then he falls in love with it, inspired by its magical pull. When he gets back to New York, his " home," he longs for that other place he found. The ringing of the phone. He's making a call back. And you just know. He's going back to where he belongs.
Gag me with a spoonful of haggis.And, BTW, Scotch is whiskey. Seaside villages are Scottish.
Everybody in the flick was drunk half the time. That's why I called it a Scotch village.
OK. I stand irrelevant. AND incorrect.Whiskey is American. Whisky is Scottish. And Scotch too, I guess. Boy, is MY face red!
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