Undertaking BettyStreaming Video - 2005
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Boris Plots, director of the Plots Funeral Home, dreamed of only two things as a young boy: dancing and Betty.
Betty secretly loved Boris, but could not fight her father's wishes, so she was married off to a gold digger.
Boris gave up his dreams and took over the family's undertaking business in their small Welsh village.
Everything has remained status quo in their lives until Betty's mother-in-law dies. Boris and Betty are thrust together again and as they discuss the funeral arrangements for Betty's mother-in-law, the old spark is re-kindled.
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Protagonist talking to young child gardening:
Betty: "Willie, you do know that those are all weeds you've left there?"
Willie: "Yeah? They were so pretty, I thought they were flowers. Who decides what's flowers?"
Betty: "What do you mean?"
Willie: "Well, it's a pretty nice plant. It's got beautiful flowers and everything, But then somebody comes along, calls it a weed, and I got to pull it out. Doesn't seem fair somehow."
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