In short, I can't wait to watch it again.
Eat Your Art Out,
The Fine Art Diner
|Fire plays out on several levels of the film, so an image like this, when we see The Man In Black reflecting fire in his eyes, looks for a "companion," a symbol linking itself to something apparently different, but sharing a common thread of meaning. Jake's psychologist, during the meeting they have, does this with the drawings Jake makes and the night Jake's father died, so when this has been done at least once for us, we know it's an invitation to continue doing it throughout the rest of the film.|