Who is this baby boy with a potty in the new film ‘The Potty’?
The title of the film, directed by Robert Rodriguez, is a reference to a potter’s son from a previous film, ‘Brent Jones.’
The boy’s name is named in honour of his grandfather who passed away in the early 1900s.
According to the movie’s synopsis, this child will have the ability to move objects, speak, use his hands and even use a pair of scissors.
The plot of the movie involves the boy learning to use his potty skills by working on a local river and by working with his mother and his brother.
The boy is raised by his grandparents and will be taught by his mother how to use the water.
The child is also able to do a bit of gardening and even grow flowers.
Rodriguez, who was born in Spain, said he wanted to tell a story of love, friendship and family.
Rodriquez said the idea for the film came to him while watching a documentary about a boy who had been adopted and raised by a family in the UK.
He said he decided to bring the story of the boy’s adoption and its impact on him to the US.
Rodrellis mother, Jane Jones, also gave birth to him when she was 18 and has lived with him ever since.
Rodrieres brother, Willy, has also been adopted by the Jones family.
He was raised in a foster home until he was 12 years old.
He has also seen his grandparents in the US, including a time when they were filming a documentary on the family.
Willy said he was not given a chance to be part of the family in Spain but was given a “lot of freedom” by his father, who lived in California.
Willies mother is a pottery teacher and a teacher at the nearby local public library.
She said the experience of being in a film like this helped her to be a better person and has helped her understand what she needs to be happy in her life.
Rodreis father, Manuel, also adopted his son, who is now 17.
Rodrique said the family had been living in the same house for 20 years and they wanted to see what it would be like in the United States.
“We want to be able to visit him, so we can see him and talk to him,” he said.
RodRiguez said he hoped the film would help young people learn to be more self-reliant and that it would also encourage the families of children like Willy to adopt and raise them.
“When I was a kid, the only thing I had was a bucket, a pot and a broom,” he explained.
“It was just a toy.
Now I have two kids, I have a little more control of my life and my life is much more interesting.”