The Third Wish

Genre: Drama

One, two, three, four... seven flowers!

Don't you fall. Please don't fall.

Dad and me have been waiting for so long.

Please help.

Dad says you stay under the tree.

Up here is where the flowers become fruit.

Don't eat in the wrong place.

Feng, you're going to be late for school.


The teacher says the scraps in the dumpster

at the back gate of the school,

you can take it for your compost.

Oh, did you say thank you to the teacher?

She is one of us. No need to thank her.

Who says that?

I helped you scratch yourself yesterday,

you didn't thank me.

You said no need to thank your teammate.

You cheeky monkey!

Stop tickling me! You're just like a kid.

Watch where you're going. Ha, ha ha.

Good morning.

Goodbye dad.

Good morning Teacher Chi.


Feng! About your lunch money...

My dad says he will pay it.

So teacher... thank you.

I have to do morning cleaning. Bye!

Thank you teacher.

I'll be off. Goodbye teacher. Goodbye.

Feng's dad! Are you okay?

I'm fine... I'm fine.

Teacher, shouldn't you help him first?

Oh, that's right.

My motorbike.

Feng's dad, are you okay? Are you ok?


Yes, speaking...

Oh, I know.

Thank you.

It's a coincidence that both my husband and

myself were interviewed at the same time.

Thank you for your appreciate

Thank you.

I've closed the Polish deal.

Let's celebrate.

I received the report

when I got off the plane.

The doctor says everything is normal.

There's no problem on my side either.


Since both of us are fine,

the doctor said we can proceed with IVF.

There'll be more

tests before the treatment.

I will always be with you.


Yes, speaking.

Yes... The documents are ready.

If there's any problem,

we can discuss later.

Ok, no problem.

Why do trees have flowers? Anybody knows?

Hands up if you know.

Ok, you.

Because the tree looks

prettier with flowers.

Ok, quiet everyone. Let Feng answer.

The tree will only

bear fruit if it has flowers.

Very good. That's correct.

But no pears come out of his orchard!

Ok, quiet down!

Feng gave the right answer.

Trees have flowers and

bear fruit so they can

go on from generation to generation.

Sorry, teacher. I've brought

Pear's lunchbox.

Ok, sit down. Now back to class...

There are lots of seeds inside the fruit

and those seeds, like all of you here,

will one day grow up to be big and tall.

Isn't it amazing? So trees have flowers...

Once we upgrade the system,

the efficiency will improve,

but initially there'll be some problems.

So, the client should know

this and must accept it.

Ok, that's it.

Why are we going so far for a meal?

Can't we have it closer to the office?

It's such a waste of time in this traffic.

I've taken my career to

a different stage now.

I really want a child.

Whenever I mention kids

you avoid the subject.

Tell me,

is it children you don't like, or me?

Who sent you that postcard?


You can have this.

Why don't you have it?

I get bored eating these every day.

Are there still no pears in your orchard?


How about trying some different fruit?

You don't get it.

It's hard to grow organic pears.

Dad says pears can't grow without pesticide.

He also says, your dad is...

An idiot, right?


That's ok.

He's not the first person to say so.

My mom doesn't like pesticide either.

She feels sick every time

dad sprays chemicals.

Is it the same with your dad?

I don't know!

What a cute kid!

Let mommy hold you...

Let mommy hold you. Such a good boy.

Hao, you will be the next.

Keep working on it.

Boss, would like to hold the baby?


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Jenna Mattison

Jenna Mattison is an American actress, screenwriter, producer, and director. She has appeared in many television programs including Party of Five and Melrose Place. She wrote the screenplay for and played the lead in the romantic comedy Fish Without a Bicycle. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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