One of the advantages of re-reading a book or re-watching a film is that you may catch something that you never really noticed before. I have watched the film Houseboat (1958) a few times and I even own the dvd, but this weekend I watched it again and really took notice of the conversation that that Tom Winters (Cary Grant) has with his eldest son, David Winters (Paul Petersen-whom I had the pleasure to meet last year HERE).
The exchange between father and son about life and death really blew me away. I cannot believe I didn't notice it until now and I really wanted to share it with you. I kept thinking, "Cary Grant has the same believe system I have", which is totally silly but I did find it neat that my own personal understanding of the Universe was similar to that of Grant's character.
Take a gander at Cary Grant having a deep philosophical talk with his fictional son David:
What did you think? Have you discovered neat little bits like this after re-watching a film? Which film was it and what did it say?