Friday, March 3, 2017

Schell

This evening, after perusing  the list of netflix films, we decided on,  Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close:
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.
Release date
  • December 25, 2011
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, Seychellesnote this excerpt from the post:
Seychelles is pronounced "say shells", which I consider to be a heads up
Note 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.

Note from Thomas Horn's wiki page:
  • Thomas Horn (born December 14, 1997)
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:
His birthday speaks volumes... as per the following excerpt from yesterdays post, Flight 387 doppelgänger:
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.[4]
  •  Steve Turre (born 12 September 1948)