About a nine-year-old amateur inventor, Francophile, and pacifist searches New York City for the lock that matches a mysterious key left behind by his father, who died in the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.Soon into the film I realize that the character surname of the 9 year old boy is "Schell"... timely considering the title of my recent March 1 post, Seychelles, note this excerpt from the post:
Seychelles is pronounced "say shells", which I consider to be a heads upNote the following excerpt from the films wiki page:
The actors first name means twin in origin and so we have a cryptic "twin horn". What I find most peculiar... and very inner twin like, is that the two surnames have a common ground-- a particular shell -- the conch, can be used as a horn.
- Thomas Horn as Oskar Schell
Note from Thomas Horn's wiki page:
He was born on my sisters birthday... and because my car accident occurred on December 13, we now have a "December __, 13, 14(x2), __/ Date Sequence" pattern-cluster. Another of the actors stand out:
- Thomas Horn (born December 14, 1997)
His birthday speaks volumes... as per the following excerpt from yesterdays post, Flight 387 doppelgänger:
- Jet Blue’s first commercial flight to the island on August 31, 2016, the first in 55 years. Flight 387
Don't you find it 'audd' that the MacGregor's failed to mention that Flight 387 occurred on their daughters birthday?!Note this excerpt from the Conch (instrument) wiki page:
- The American jazz trombonist Steve Turre also plays conches, notably with his group Sanctified Shells.
- Steve Turre (born 12 September 1948)