Kindly, local shopkeeper Mr Richards has a set of priceless Faberge eggs that are in need of restoration. When one of the eggs goes missing, Rupert and his staff are forced to come up with a series ...
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Rosie is a film about the circles of life. Although it centres on loss - both metaphorically and through narrative, it's setting in natural surroundings aims to lift the viewer and give them hope, while reminding us that nature moves on.
I have seen quite a few varied comments on this comedy (which starts tonight) I find it interesting how people can make any assumptions or JUDGEMENTS when it's not even been screened yet??! interesting that one! Or maybe people are just constantly sour/gloomy or just plain, 'want their voices to be heard'
What I like about the this type of comedy, is that it's simple, by that I mean, quite zany, which is, unconventional, outlandish and a bit quirky! Comedies like 'Fawlty Towers' was quite ridiculous, but if you get it, you're intelligent! and TRULY love comedies! If you don't? then you should just stick to stuff like you reality TV crap or anything else brain damaging!
I for one, know I am going to LOVE and understand it! Bring on the BULL
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