Based on a novel of the same name by Marilyn Pappano, the “miracles” kick in when the sister of a drug-addicted mother is permitted to gain custody of the troubled woman’s two kids, despite the fact she grabbed the tots and went into hiding roughly a month before.At the risk of getting ahead of things, the film’s denouement is even less plausible, involving a small-town cop with a heart of gold and a surrealistic courtroom pledge of everlasting love.One is apt to forget the fact that less than a century ago, this, with other portions of the county, was naught but a wilderness -- dense forests of trees and tangled glades covering the surface and infested with wild animals.Let us wander back in imagination through the vista of past years, and learn something of the pioneer life of ancestors of many of the present inhabitants of this township.Kit and Rose’s love life is a long and winding road.
The inhabitants of this township are, as a whole, in good circumstances financially, and their condition of life at the present tells the story of past thrift and providence.They could have even gone on double dates — Jon and Ygritte, Sam and Gilly. Yes! Something that I loved about that scene with Gilly was that you saw a different side of Ygritte, that she's not always ruthless or vicious, or always focused on making Jon Snow pay for the hurt.She's all about showing to the men, "I will make sure Jon Snow pays. Ygritte helped us get to know and like the free folk, to see them as actual human beings, and not just the dehumanized savages the rest of Westeros sees them as. And going around to the crew at the end, and hugging everyone, and telling them I loved them. I wish she confided in Tormund more, or that he was checking that she was okay, and checking up on her. The wildling who started out as Jon Snow's captive, who turned the tables and captured him — and his heart — and helped keep his secrets from Mance Rayder's army is one of the show's many casualties during the attack on Castle Black, but it's the one that tugs on our heartstrings the most. We did that last scene — where I die in Jon Snow's arms — on my last day, and I remember just crying profusely.