spying butterflies, birds, rabbits. She reaches the top of a
up, into the sun.
and into a suburban garden.
We fly over five or six gardens, over a barbecue, over
walks out onto the patio, where he sits in a chair, facing
his house, setting down a mug of tea.
Hello, hello. Hello...
know, love that comes out of the sky
like a thunderbolt and uh... This is
No. No no no. Nope.
He stands, turns and stretches.
Running. Reading. Going out. Staying
in. The countryside. Films, if they're
Thoughtful. Outgoing. Ambitious.
Well-read. Reasonably popular.
Balanced. Trusting. Quite attractive.
Birthday Girl (2002)
Synopsis: John (Ben Chaplin) is a mild-mannered banker who has never been lucky in love. Fed up with waiting for the right girl to come along, John takes a chance on a Russian mail-order bride arranged via the Internet. His Internet love connection is the enigmatic Nadia (Nicole Kidman). When Nadia's Russian cousins, Yuri and Alexei, turn up unexpectedly to celebrate her birthday, John's life is turned upside down as he learns the truth behind their relationship and is taken on an adventure.