Closeup David’s face (Crawford). He is in the room. A man and a woman is sleeping in bed. David has a gun. Big revolver. He pointed at the bed. Cut outside the house. David climbed out the window. We never heard shots, but that didn’t mean he didn’t pull the trigger.
He traces a block or more on the road to the battered house where he lives with his old father. Only to run, he told his father. The camera follows David to his old pickup truck and tells the drone, and other voice sounds troubling his mind work or inner work from our guts.
David Drive back to the same house he left earlier that morning:
To walk his three sons to the school bus. He used to live in this house with his family. He did not shoot: the woman he showed a gun was his wife and son of a boy, Nikki (Sepidah Moafi).
The man was a crane (Chris Coy), his new girlfriend, but he wasn’t here now. David and Nikki approved the separation of experiments, and dating another is part of the agreement. It might be clear that the situation did not sit well with David.
He begged Nikki that he wanted to keep this family together. He seems to be a good and devoted father. He joked with his children, and there was a lot of love there.
It’s Rockier with their teenage children Jess (Avery Pizzuto). He is older and more aware of possible destruction from their families.
David explained to Jess that she and her mother married and had it when they were young, and now they need to rate things back. But he is not old enough to understand it.
I will describe some of the scenes again. David moved his old truck after a crane in his shiny and newer truck. They looked at each other at the gas station, and David even poured crane coffee for him.
They know and know that others know, but does Derek know precisely what David is known? He did not know that David floated on it while sleeping that morning. Others: David and Nikki have a date set.
He asked if they could park the road to keep an eye on the house:
While the children were alone at home. They are friendly, maybe even happy. He said he wrote a new song; He asked him to sing it; He sang him; It’s about his destroyed heart.
They were cut off when the crane arrived to send flowers, and Jess shouted it from the terrace. Tension. Derek left, Jess took the flower inside, and a moment later, the children appeared from home with flowers and threw and stepped on them. David and Nikki laughed.
Murder of two lovers like several films in memory recently. Machoian engine attached to David’s viewpoint, and our heart broke for him – until his fierce impulse appeared, and he came with Gaus, very close to spoil them.
We understand David’s pain, desires, and confidence, but not his anger, at least not to the point that someone will direct the gun to the sleeping wife. Is there a refund for the opening order?
This film tests our capacity for forgiveness and toys with the moral dynamics of the story; We knew him at the worst, but no other characters did it. It was a dramatic irony, and it hovered, gnawing at our nerves for the whole film. The dark side of David is an untreated narrative ulcer.
The complexity made the murder of two lovers:
A heartbreaking tragedy, not a cold and cruel drama. (It’s not a spoiler – tragedy occurs before the first film frame.) The row is a thin razor, and Machoian and Crawford running with confidence. The show is excellent, living and adhering to family truth that faces fracture from inside.
Everything we see feels right; Only the sound design feels like a wrong step, the Doom tone sometimes shakes and overlooked. Machoian engine creates a situation that is getting darker between hopeful and desperate.
One or two degrees in one direction or another is enough to destroy it outside of repairs. Honestly, watching a film instead destroyed my day – his gloom is permeated – but that’s not I’ll soon forget.