So I asked my daughter "What's your favourite film? ... Is it 'High School Musical'?" - I remembered seeing her once (or more) watching it before trying to back out of the living room unnoticed. "Is it 'Grease'?" – I knew that dancing was a key factor. She pursed her lips and then raised her hand to me as if to say "Back off, I'm thinking". After some careful deliberation she replied "I don't know Daddy. What's your favourite film?"
Considering she's only six I gave this far too much thought, and there are dozens to choose from, but I eventually told her "You know, I think it might be Un coeur en hiver"
"What does that mean?"
"A Heart in Winter" I said. "It's a French film".
"Can I watch it?"
"I'm not sure you'd like it."
"I would…" she said. "What's it about?"
"A beautiful violinist who falls in love with a violin maker, but he is unable to love her in return."
"His heart isn't working properly."
"Why doesn't he see a doctor?"
"Good question…" I said, "I suppose some things aren't all that easy to fix."