Reviewed by sharonmae
on 16/02/2016 02:07

Absolutely love the  final scene with Jack and his ex-nanny Letti seen on the car's window but also showing the face of Jack's mother inside the car as she looks on to them. Feelings of love, affection, compassion and joy all summed up in one frame.   Jack's inner revolution concerning religion, fanned by his devotion of his former nanny Letti contradicts with the ideals  that his parents want him to live by.  In this he triumphs as he gains the understanding of his mother, after all.  This film evokes emotions and invites viewers to make a quick assessment of their own convictions and beliefs.  A must-watch!