INTERIOR – EVENING – DINNER IN BARSINE’S HOUSE
SOUND OF TV IN BACKGROUND – CHANNEL SKY CINEMA
HE.- So, this is the film you want to see, right?
ME.- Yep (Internally Would you please shut up?)
HE.- And you say that this is the last one of three?
ME.- Yep (Internally You usually don’t say a word while eating… WHY Now?)
(Three minutes afterwards)
HE.- Oh! But that’s Mr. Thornton!!!!
ME.- Indeed (Internally: Would… you… please… SHUT THE F*** UP!!!!)
HE.- I must say, the film looks interesting. Who’s that guy? He’s so ugly he doesn’t even need the prosthetics.
ME.- You have seen him in “Sherlock”, he plays Watson there. And he just have the pointed ears as prosthetics in his face during the film.
HE.- He has already pointed ears.
AN HOUR LATER – HUBBY’S AFTER DINNER ZAPPING SESSION
(Frantic scrolling of channels stops at one of Sky Cinema Channels – Hobbit DOS – Scene with Thranduil/Tauriel/Legolas/The Orc)
HE.- I thought that the guy playing the Elf king was that one… that one that plays also the bad guy in Thor…
ME.- Tom Hiddleston?!?!? No, he’s not. (Internally OMG, I really have work to do with you…)
(Minutes later – The dwarfs are in Bard’s house)
HE.- These dwarfs are the ones of Snow White?
ME.- They’re not!
HE.- But they’re seven! Look: one, two, three, four…
ME.- No, there’re thirteen dwarfs in the company.
To cut a long story short: this weekend we will be in the nearest cinema with 3D screen to watch “The Hobbit – Battle of Five Armies”. I must confess that compelling hubby to watch “Interstellar” has been a successful Machiavellian move, I would not say that he’s enthusiast to watch BOFA, but he’s with the right mood now. When our little cat Beta crashes something to the floor he says “There she is, Smaug”.