After Carlos - a 12-year-old whose father has died in the Spanish Civil War - arrives at an ominous boys' orphanage, he discovers the school is haunted and has many dark secrets that he must uncover.Laura, a former orphan, raises her adopted son Simón together with her husband Carlos in an old house and former orphanage where she was raised.The screenplay, direction, acting and cinematography are great, disclosing a dramatic and sensitive plot that explores the disappearance of a young boy with touches of supernatural in the despair of his mother.However, the explanation of the mystery in the end makes this sensitive movie actually a drama, and not horror genre, and maybe that is the reason why some viewers have written bad reviews (or maybe they have not understood the plot). Title (Brazil): "O Orfanato" ("The Orphanage")Note: On 25 January 2015 I saw this movie again on Blu-Ray.I’ve been having more conversations with my friends, both married and on their own, about the possibility of combining households.The only caveat is to have a lot of conversation ahead of time about likes and dislikes and do a trial period to test compatibility.” “Check out the book by Beth Baker, With A Little Help From Our Friends: Creating Community As We Grow Older.” “Please check out my book on how to go about doing this from the inside out.
The former orphan Laura (Belén Rueda) raises her adopted son Simón (Roger Príncep) with her husband Carlos (Fernando Cayo) in an old house and former orphanage where she was raised.Since I work with aging experts at Senior Care.com, it’s high time I do.The matters that will get my attention in 2016 are my living preferences, my independence, my safety, and my care. A few months ago, Sixty and Me published one of my first posts on the subject of elder orphans.But I refer to the things that go beyond the legal paperwork and saving money.It’s no question that these matters are necessary and should be done long before anything else. What I want to talk about here is how to retire well; the community of people to cultivate, the person(s) who advocates for me and the place the best suits my preferences.
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