The premise of “The Boy” centers around a woman named Greta, who escapes her monster of a boyfriend (Cole) by flying off to England to work as a nanny for the Heelshire family.
When she arrives at their estate, she discovers that the child she will be watching is an impossibly spooky doll named Brahms and, oh, by the way, his “parents” are leaving on a trip, here’s a set of “rules,” goodbye.
Besides that, knowing what I need to do to avoid being a crazy person might help me avoid more crazy people.
) supernatural events that lead her to question whether Brahms might actually be alive. Outside of the occasional phone call to a friend on a landline, her only contact with reality is Malcolm, the grocery “man,” who delivers food once a week.
Not to mention all the birthdays that have passed since I was in the bar scene. I feel like I have to know more about my potential date, more about the kids thing, and what job they have, and what their living situation is because at this age, I don't want to waste my time or someone else's.
There were fewer and fewer trips to bars and clubs where all you did was exchange numbers with a hot guy and more and more of dating websites where you had to fill out a checklist of what you want.
Actually, it probably changed around the time my friends started getting married.
I don't even really know when all that changed.