Its a pitty I could not watch a video but you can make a link to Youtube and this film if you still want it to be seen.Greetings Sandra
I was unable to watch the video from your post either - embedding was disabled - but I googled "youtube zoete tomaat" and it took right to the clip. Very interesting film; the little boy was very cute. It was nice to hear Dutch again.
Oh children, they're always so expressive.
The video is bittersweet. He has his parents and yet he has memories of his other parents.I guess it is hard when you feel you don't look like your parents.I remember buying Angelique and Nadalene ice cream at a store and a lady asking me if they were adopted. They aren't and I was so stunned that she would ask me. I was 'pardon me'. And I remember thinking what if they were? Why would someone ask that.If I had a penny for everytime someone asked me that I would have at least 10 dollars.Love Renee xoxoxo
It is amazing what people will ask about children. I had a daughter, and then a son and then was pregnant again.A woman asked me why I was having another when I already had a son and a daughter. I told her it was because I wanted one of each (sort of a koan) and she got the weirdest confused look on her face. I just laughed!Children are always precious and always complicated. this is a lovely look into what it might be like to be adopted but have early memories of the birth mother.
Thanks for the link and for the recommendation. I will look out for that film when it opens in Britain.Greetings from London.
Oh I'll have to watch this short film later, sounds good, thanks for sharing it with us! :)xoxo,S-C
Thanks Yoli for posting this video.I could find the clip with Spanish and Dutch subtitles here :http://www.overstream.net/view.php?oid=etm1rma3akez.Greetings from Andalucía (Spain)
After watching this video, I have decided that I must learn Dutch...like now. ;)
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