The Girl in the Cafe

While taking care of my grandmother this week, I got to watch the Emmys (something I would not otherwise do). We were tickled by the number of programs that we had never heard of that won awards. So, like good people of the 20th century, we updated our Netflix queue -- that's my grandmother's queue -- to get these unheard of films.

And it turns out, HBO does some super great stuff. And I must recommend this film which pushes the questions of poverty with a healthy dose of idealism. But, if we must think of the least of these with numbers and wonder why the big important people with all of the power do nothing, then this is the film to pose the question. With a silly love story to boot.

Um, and might I add, she's too young for him.

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