"Two men with a hard voice who speak like a race, perverse funny dungeon for kidnapping
" Now I'm open "also delivers the last thing I expected from the real detective : a happy ending.
In its first stage, "Now Am Found" looks like a stew of toxic masculinity. Edmond Hoyt (19459042) Michael Rooker, gray and rising, and his bodyguards drive Wayne Hayes to the province where the two men can have a confrontation on the edge of a bluff with all the threat it implies. Hoyt walks through his tactical jacket by sucking whiskeys out of the bottle, talking about "returning his balls" and unclanned threats. "We're both soldiers," Hayes said. "You see a triage. – Wayne Hayes understands the trigger. As we saw in Woodard Altercation, he is incredibly brave and smart in the field. But when he is really under the fire – when his family's peace is at risk – he understands how to give priority. In the end, Hoyt's appearance adds little to the story, but it is a convincing reason why Wayne can finally turn his back on police work and a compelling reason to reconsider the life he has and make the life he wants. Sitting in the VFW with Amelia, talking about their marriage, Wayne Hayes shows the type of self-awareness and insight that most people come after years of therapy. "I just realized I wanted your approval," he says to his wife, "and sometimes I do wrong because you want it. He does not blame her, she does not try to deny she has promised to tell her everything. He makes a mistake and promises to change.
He promises more than that. Wayne is ready to leave his career in the state police so that Amelia can withdraw from her job as a primary school teacher so they can both get out of Purcell's case. This season we saw that these couples smile at each other with a quiet, painful precision. It is encouraging to see how they promote each other with the same certainty and see them connect to the simple, lasting holding of hands.
secretly between us, he continues. "And it is that you and I – who we are, our marriage, our children – all relate to a dead boy and a missing girl. "For the second time in minutes, Wayne Hayes interrupts years of family habits and conversations. for the things that have spoken so long. "Let's leave this thing," he says. "It's not ours."
Even before their deep, productive VFW conversation in 1990,
Wayne and Amelia strive to be vulnerable to one another. When you are
his superiors give a simple choice to deny the article of the Amelia newspaper,
Wayne selects the loss of betrayal. When
drunkenly throwing her into discontent, she chooses to give him "superiority" – also in the VFW, in 1980.
he thinks he's broke out of the Shootout, but instead it's bigger, better, more terrible. "I think I want to marry you," he says, trying to say words. "I did not think that would happen to me. I did not allow … I did not expect that. You .
The first seven episodes of the third real detective season were for concealment: hiding details, detention, retention, and care and attention. Wayne, Amelia, Roland, Henry, even the absent Beka, are behaving with vulnerability. In the final they all come out of their reserve. "I am now open" is a parade of hugs and hands that gently invite each other into a shared life.
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and Amelia make the 1990 crisis an opportunity to cure their marriage (indeed, to find the marriage that has somewhere under the suffocating fog of the Purcell case), Roland West sublimates and spoils the battle. Striking himself in a biker bar, he takes out a likely opponent and begins to reveal insults … but that's the nature of the insult. "I've always wondered that all of those sacked human garbage there are walking around the ground?" Who does it? Although Roland mocks the biker and his date, it's his mockery with the idea that they can create a family that earns him the first shot. But even Roland receives a hug from the distracted stray dog who is wandering, so Roland starts his own family.
Amelia tells Wayne that when you write a story, "It's important to know how you want to end." When Wayne tells her, that she would like to marry her, she asks, "How would you do that?" Amelia knows that the story of life is not something that happens to you. This is something did because the history of life is not summed up by its events. The story of your life is the story of the choices you make.
"What if the end is not really the end?", Asks Whean for Amelia, who stood behind him in his gruesome study. "What if there's another story?" What happens if something stays uninterrupted? All this life, all this loss. What if it was really a long story that went on and on until it was cured? Is not this a story that is worth saying? Is not this a story that is worth listening to? "
Julie Purcell's police file was the story of a lost little girl who could never be found. Her unclear story was the princess's dark tale, conquered in a pink underground prison. Her tale was tabloid feed, a fugitive, plundered in the streets, dying young in a monastery. But her true story is one of the open families, abandoning the past and building a life for herself and her family.
See Wayne Hays' eyes drinking his glass of water and standing
the thriving courtyard of the Alegra Alley. I believe he sees the truth
in front of him, just for a moment before slipping again. Me too
I believe he lets him slip away just as he decides to write down his address
but not the reason for that. Life is made out of elections, and Wayne Hayes chose to leave the answer he has been pursuing all these years to return to the bottom of his memory.