Eating out might seem simple, but for an expat, it’s a minefield of potential embarrassment and offense, not to mention the possibility of ending up with something completely different to what you think you’ve ordered.
Well, our last entry that ranked a few of our favorite British actors certainly got tongues wagging in the comments section here and on the Smitten by Britain Facebook page.
Welcome to our first series of Brit Picks, wherein the Film Fatales list and discuss our favorite cinematic British luminaries.
“It’s as British as real ale, a pot of tea or even a bag of chips . . .”
Living in the USA has made me more aware of my love for British comedy.
About a Boy started as a novel written by one of my favorite British authors, Nick Hornby. Like many of Hornby’s stories, About a Boy was adapted for the big screen into a delightful film starring Hugh Grant, Toni Collette and Rachel Weisz.
In the United kingdom if you own a television set you are required by law to purchase an annual licence to watch it. This befuddles many foreigners, and is indeed a tad controversial in Britain also, but it looks like it is here to stay.
Spoiler Alert: This post includes spoilers for the series that just aired on PBS.
I am very relieved that the only casualty of the 2013 Christmas special is Sampson’s scheme. Rose’s debutante ball along with a visit from the American extended family set the stage for a calm end to Season 4.