schrade at akrobiz.com
Wed Jul 28 20:23:30 CDT 2004
> I didn't see much of a way for him to come to terms with responsibility, but
> I did get the part about no future and no joy. Do you think this was Pete's
> point? He sort of drifts through the film, as if visiting with the past,
> and then walks away at the end.
Well, these are people Pete has ties to, but, like I said, he's left them behind.
Pete is the juxtaposition in the film. He *may* be as messed up as Jimmy. But
he's not messed up *in White City.* This is a snapshot of a troubled man in
> Could this be about spiritual poverty?
Maybe. That's a stretch, too. If so, Jim becomes "spiritually" rich again by
attempting to put his life back together via his relationship with his estranged
wife (which is implied). If anyone is Jim's savior, she is.
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