The Odd Life of Timothy Green
Movie Reviewer Andy McKinney says, "This odd trip into magical realism is a sort of Russian folk tale meets Disney. A childless couple, in an act of wine influenced catharsis, writes down the characteristics that their perfect child would have had. He would have a sense of humor, be artistic and musical but not very athletic and so on. They put the notes in a box, then bury the box, and they hope their sadness in the back garden. In true Disney fashion, that night a boy appears from the garden, their perfect son. But in Russian folk tale tradition, he has a terrible, heart breaking secret."
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