Twilight star, Robert Douglas Thomas Pattinson, a surprising U.K. native, plays a young father and a part which brings about an ending profound.
The Fight ~ After a wicked and unforgivable hood shoots a woman who stood in front of her child to protect her, she grows up to meet emotional bullet-proof Tyler, (Pattinson). Bail at the holdover-cell some future later, brings the two lovers to cross paths. “She loved her (museums) – but the Met was her favorite,” daughter, survivor and girlfriend recalls. “I understand if you don’t want some random girl here,” states his new girl to the daughter. “You’re not random. You’re Tyler’s girlfriend.”
The Suicide & The Arrest ~ This movie is a life; and despite the fantasy life of some, this life looks like what life despite planned sometimes turns out anyway. And even if in the middle of somewhere between fade & prayer, and what became after – so is this life story existential as is about the young father, Tyler. While sadly, you lived and died tragically, so does the young mother and another mystery person. A glass cathedral similar – did not cover the scent of his secret endurance either. Life for both proved difficult, and yet they lived it.
The Rejection ~ He sprays her with what she pours on him – a dishpan of water, and his son calls Charles and the rain ends on a note of somewhat spontaneity. Those fully clothed lovers fight over the water spout and both begin to laugh and spout fun before long over who gets to spray who first or next. But before he met her, there was that relationship or lack of it with a significant relative. Until he met her, the confrontation of his soul, that & his best friend who committed suicide. But, all musicians aside, companies such as Hawkins Stephens & Jacob care more about enforcing the non-smoking code than addressing sadness such as that minute bothersome loss of life.
The First Love Encounter ~ You think a woman would buy this with actual money – His friend both complains and introduces a method or methods to heal. Of his grief & loss, a hotel bar makes a second bad place for recovery from crime. But a good place in a way for our hero (Pattinson), who steps in unafraid to actually stop crime, and prevent a murder who charged $450 per hour later as gratitude for his hero exploit. A bad boy he is not. His serious hero desire and his deep and sudden want to protect someone from violence whom he observed, each subject throughout the film & the story begs for a measure of true worth. “So, you’re actually the second member of the family I’ve washed dishes with.”