After Lilly suffers a loss, a combative Starling takes nest beside her quiet home. The feisty bird taunts and attacks the grief-stricken Lilly. On her journey to expel the Starling, she rediscovers her will to live and capacity for love.
"How are you sleeping?" "Terrific." "Are you eating okay" “Yes." I don’t know if they give Michelin stars to mental health facilities but if they did... How's he doing, really? It's gonna take some time. He's been through a lot. And what about you? Oh, I'm fine. People have been noticing you're acting sort of funny. You're distracted. There's a guy I used to work with, someone you could talk to. “What’s your pet's name?" “I don’t have a pet." No pet? That's a first. Come on back. Not you. Sit. Down. Stay. I had gotten a referral at New Horizons. My husband is there. I left the mental health field ten years ago. To become a vet? Isn't that kind of weird? I don't do this sort of thing anymore. No offense, but you can kind of tell. The bird thought you were a threat. I am now. Get the hell out of here! Go! You familiar with stage three of the grieving process? "It's anger." "What comes after that?" Depression. Great. I can't wait. What is your plan? I just need a minute to figure out what happens next. I carried her for nine months. So why are you here? Jack. It's not about Katie. It's about Jack and you. How do you restart? So you’re her shrink, but in a vet form? Well, yes, technically. Some things are out of our control. We're gonna move on and move up. We're gonna find an even better life than the one we had. My wife wouldn't know how to quit, and I love her so much for it. “I wanna not quit with her." "Yes, homie." Stralings are different than other birds. They build a nest together. They protect the nest together. They're just not meant to exist in the world alone, on their own. Real subtle stuff, Larry. I thought so.
1. Why does Lily and Jack suffers a loss?
2. What keep them to move on and move up?
3. As stated by the vet, how are “starlings” different from other birds?