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Sometimes Always Never
In Sometimes Always Never, Alan (Bill Nighy) lives with the sadness of losing his son Michael. Michael left home one day in a bad mood and hasn't been seen since. Alan's other son Peter (Sam Riley), now grown up, shares his father's grief and finds it hard to talk with his father about it. Alan's wife died early, leaving Alan to raise the children alone.
Since Michael went missing, Alan has spent every day searching for him. When Alan and Peter hear that a body has been found, they visit the morgue to see whether it's Michael. They declare it isn't. Also at the morgue are Margaret (Jenny Agutter) and her husband Arthur (Tim McInnerny), whose son Neville has been missing for some time too. Like Alan and Peter, they've suffered greatly because of their loss.
Alan moves in temporarily with Peter, his wife Sue (Alice Lowe), and their son Jack (Louis Healey). Alan has a good relationship with Jack, who lets Alan sleep in his bunk and take over his computer (at great personal sacrifice). Alan loves to play online Scrabble and has started to believe that he's actually playing with his long-lost son Michael. He arranges to meet up with this mysterious player, but things don't go exactly as planned. He does, however, find the son who stayed behind.
Loss of a child; loss of a parent; single parenting.
There is no violence of concern in Sometimes Always Never.
Sometimes Always Never has some sexual references. For example:
- Alan asks why Jack is using a girl as an avatar in his computer game. He asks whether it's the avatar with the big cleavage/large breasts/bosoms/bazookas. Jack replies that the game has sexual equality and is gender neutral.
- Jack plays Scrabble with his girlfriend Rachel. Words on the board include 'romantic' and 'erotic'.
Margaret talks about a 14-year-old girl who was groomed online by an older man. Peter says that no-one's been sexually grooming his father.
Alcohol, drugs and other substances
Sometimes Always Never has several characters who smoke.
Nudity and sexual activity
Sometimes Always Never has some nudity and sexual activity. For example, Alan comes out of Peter's bathroom wrapped in a towel. Margaret follows him out, and she's also wrapped in a towel. Peter asks whether they've had sex in his bed. Alan responds that they couldn't have sex in the bunk bed.
There is no product placement in Sometimes Always Never.
Sometimes Always Never has some mild coarse language.
Ideas to discuss with your children
Sometimes Always Never is a tragic drama with lighter moments that provide some humour and relief. It's quite slow moving and isn't likely to hold children's attention or interest. The movie's subject matter also makes it unsuitable for children.
The main message from this movie is to appreciate what you have rather than to mourn constantly for what you've lost.
Values in this movie that you could reinforce with your children include the importance of family.
Sometimes Always Never could also give you the chance to talk with your children about real-life issues like the effect on the whole family when one family member goes missing.
Poems for children by Emilio Ballagas
Emilio Ballagas He studied Pedagogy, Philosophy and Letters, and was a teacher and director of the Normal School for Teachers in the city of Santa Clara. Among his main books are: Nameless Elegy (1936), Eternal Taste (1939), and Jubilation and flight (1931), from which we take the poems that we reproduce below.
Emilio Ballagas was born in Camagüey, in 1908, and died in Havana, in 1954. In 1987, the Cuban publishing house Gente Nueva published, with the title of Color hunter, a selection of his verses aimed at children's readers.
In Guiainfantil we have compiled several children's poems by Emilio Ballagas so you can read them with your children and thus know the magnificent verses of the Cuban poet.
Fountain of India. Fuente de la India, a poem written by Cuban author Emilio Ballagas. Traditional poems for children. Short poems to encourage reading.
Poem of the ele. La ele, a children's poem written by the Cuban poet Emilio Ballagas. Classic poems to read to children. How to encourage the reading of poetry among children.
The seed. The seed is a short poem written by the Cuban poet Emilio Ballagas and which is contained in his book Hunter of Colors. A poem to read to children.
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It is an ancient Roman nomen gentilicium.
Derivdo of flaminium: "pertaining to the flamen (Roman priest destined to the cult of a deity)".
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History of the name Verneria
From the German Werner, Latinized in Vernerius. In Germany this name was extended by Saint Vernerio, patron saint of vine growers.
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Origin of the name Verneria
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