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A 1990 remake of the 1953 classic, this sweetly effective film, set in 1903, centers on the effects of the Boer War. Two young Scottish boys, Harry and Davy MacKenzie (Leo Wheatley and Charles Miller), orphaned as a result of the war, have been sent to live with their grandfather. Charlton Heston plays embittered James MacKenzie, who lives on an isolated farm in Nova Scotia with his wife and daughter Kirsten (Leah Pinsent). He's the town grump, making his hatred for the Dutch--who he blames for the death of his only son--loud and clear. This doesn't sit particularly well with Kirsten, who secretly fancies the kindly Dr. Willem Hooft (Bruce Greenwood, affecting the best accent--a Dutch one--in the film). Hooft reciprocates, but the couple can't act on their feelings for fear of what rifle-toting MacKenzie will do. It's to this physically and emotionally remote environment the youngsters come. When MacKenzie denies their request for a puppy, they "rescue" a baby (who they call a "babby") to raise as their own. Naturally, complications arise.

Wheatley and Miller are darling. From the earliest scene, as they disembark, dressed in ruffles and kilts, they are simply delightful. They prove to be charming and unpretentious young actors as well. While none of the actors playing Scottish roles (including Oscar-winner Heston) quite get the accent right, this is a warm film that audiences both young and old can rally around, rooting for the very young--and well-intentioned--heroes. --N.F. Mendoza

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Manhattan Couple Makes Home a Work of Art - Wall Street Journal

But on the Upper West Side, one apartment still honors the block’s past as an enclave for artists. It’s in the aptly named Hotel des Artistes, a landmark building constructed between 1915 and 1918 to house artists’ studios, many with grand studio windows. Past residents represent a spectrum of artistic royalty: playwright Noel Coward, dancer Isadora. Source: www.wsj.com

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  • Manhattan Couple Makes Home a Work of Art

    04/01/15 ,via Wall Street Journal

    Beatrix Ost, an artist and writer, and her husband Ludwig Kuttner, an entrepreneur—both in their 60s—purchased a co-op duplex there for $4 million in 2006, helping sustain the building's grand theme. Write to Erin McCarthy at erin.mccarthy@wsj.com.

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    02/16/15 ,via Huffington Post

    Greece and the European Union could face a showdown in their debt talks as early as this week. And if you had to place odds right now, the likelihood is that the stubbornness of Europe's senior leaders will create a catastrophe for both Greece and the EU.

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Erin Kuttner, Actress: The Little Kidnappers. Erin Kuttner was raised in a small town called Waverley in Nova Scotia. Her father, Paul Kuttner, was an audiologist.

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Erin Kuttner was raised in a small town called Waverley in Nova Scotia. Her father, Paul Kuttner, was an audiologist. Her mother, Rosemary Kuttner, was a caring nurse.

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