The Singing Forest (2003) - full transcript

Two lovers are killed during the Holocaust. One reincarnates first. He has a twenty two year old daughter who falls in love with who her father believes is his past life lover.

(lighthearted music)


- Are you okay?



(lighthearted music)

Let me get some water for you.

- Thank you.

- Here, this will make you feel better.

- [Woman] Christopher is a man

who's aware of his surroundings.

- Thank you.
- Are you okay?

- Yeah.

- [Woman] Fate tore them apart.

Destiny brought them together.

(lighthearted music)

- No!

(dramatic music)


- Christopher?

Do you ever answer your phone?

- I don't want to talk to him.

- You look like hell.

Why aren't you ready?

- I'm not going into work today,

I'm not feeling well.

- Yeah, this is probably
why you're not feeling well,

you drink too much.

- Look, I only had a couple, all right?

- We missed you last night.

- Sorry.

- You've been late with your columns.

If you don't watch it,
you're gonna get fired.

I mean, I understand that, you know,

Savannah died six months-

- Will you shut up, please?



- Sorry.

- Is six months enough for you?

I spent 22 years with her, 22!

I miss her.

I loved her so much.

- I didn't mean...

I'm sorry, I didn't mean
to make matters worse.

Listen, but I was reading
your last article,

"The Singing Forest".

Very interesting.

About how searching for your soul and...

Do you really think people can connect

with their past lives?

- Yeah, some people can.

The psychic I interviewed
for this column last month

told me things not even Savannah knew.

And she donates her time to the police

to help solve crimes.

She helped me.

She took me back, to a
Nazi concentration camp

in the middle of the forest.

It's funny, because as she was talking,

I can see everything
she was talking about,

it was so clear.

But who's to know what's real.

(dramatic music)

- What were you doing in the camp?

- It's a little confusing, but,

she said I was helping
to hide and feed the Jews

who were being persecuted by the Nazis.

I was part of a Jewish
underground resistance group,

the Chug Chaluzi.

And we hid and fed Jews in the churches

to keep them from being
sent to concentration camps.

She kept referring to me as "Jo".

- As in Joe and John?

- No, as in J-O, Jo.

Anyway, after I became
the head of the resistance

I was captured when
another group was betrayed

shortly before the
Russians liberated Berlin.

I was tortured and hung.

- She told you this?

- Yeah.

- And you believed her?

- After telling me things only I know,

you're damn right I believe her.

Listen, tell the boss I'll be
going out of town for a while.

- Where out of town?

- Just out, to see my daughter, Destiny.

- I never knew you had a daughter,

and I've known you for many years.

- I'm a private person, you know that.

She's getting married next week.

- You never told me
anything about a daughter.

- Nevermind that!

Look, she turns 22 next week,

and she's getting married on her birthday.

- Look, Chris, I'm very
happy for you, I mean...

And you should be happy for her,

that's why you need to sober up,

you need to clean yourself up.

I mean...

I gotta go.

I've gotta turn in some
artwork to a client.

- Okay, I'll call you later.

- Keep your chin up.

- Yeah, thanks.

(thunder rumbles)

- Hi, honey, we're home!

- Hey.

You finally made it.

Come on in, I got stuff on the stove.

- God, he looks so familiar.

- Let me help you with that.

- I know we usually eat out,

but this is a special occasion, right?

- Yeah.

- [Ben] Excuse me, sir,
can you hand me that plate?

- Please, call me Christopher.

- Christopher.

You okay?

- Yeah.

I'm just glad Destiny's
done so well for herself.

- [Destiny] Thanks, Dad.

- Make yourself comfortable.

Dinner's almost ready.

- Yeah, sure.

- Oh, come with me.

It is time for the tour guide.

- How about a little champagne

to celebrate your arrival?

- [Christopher] Thank you.

- Oh, I forgot the salt.

- Oh, don't worry.

I'll get it.

- So, mister...


How was your trip?

- Pleasant, thank you.

So, how long have you known my Destiny?

- Um, seems like we've known
each other all our lives.

We've been together about three years now.

- Destiny tells me you're a model.

- As in a citizen?

I don't think so.

I'm a good example not to follow.

- You're perfect, sweetie.

Everything looks so wonderful.

- Thank you.

- You're a good cook.

- Thanks.

- So, honey, how was your photo shoot?

- I've been meaning to
talk to you about that.

It was good, and some of the guys

want to take me out tomorrow night.

- Mm.

I forgot, the bachelor party.

- [Ben] But if you want,
we can hang out tomorrow.

- Yeah, sure, I like that idea.

- Hm, how about a toast?

To family.

- What no one shall separate.

- [Christopher] Cheers.

- Cheers.

(dramatic piano music)

Good show, don't you think?

- Interesting.

- She always does this,
I've seen this film already.

But don't worry, I won't
ruin the ending for you,

it's best if you figure
it out for yourself.

- She's always slept like this in my lap,

ever since she was a little baby.

- I'm glad you're here.

- I'm happy to be here.

- See you tomorrow, bright and early.

- Bright and early it is.

- Dad?

- Hm?

- I've gotta go to work now.

Okay, there's coffee on the stove,

and bagels and fruit in the fridge,

so you help yourself to
anything you want, okay?

- [Christopher] Thanks, sweetheart.

- I'm so happy you're here.

Okay, I left my work number on the fridge,

so you call me if you need anything, okay?

- I'm sure I'll be fine.

- Okay.

I'm gonna be home late
from work again tonight.

Ben's getting ready to
take you around, though.

You guys have fun, okay?

- Yeah, we will.

- Okay.


(waves crashing)

(lighthearted music)

- I love coming here.

It's very relaxing.

And every time I feel down,

or I just want to clear
my mind, I come here.

- I know how you feel.

Nature has a way of putting us here

and sometimes forgetting about us.


Do you believe in reincarnation?

(waves crashing)

- You mean like dying and coming back?

- Yeah, something like that.

- I don't know, I never
really thought about it.


- 'Cause you remind me of someone that...

- That what?

- Nevermind.

- No, what?

- No, it would sound nutty, it's-

- No, go ahead, tell me.

I'm all ears.

- Okay.

Have you ever had an experience

where you feel like you've met someone

at another time or another place,

and then all of a sudden
you see that same person

in a different place?

- No. (laughs)

Hey, that's kinda weird.

- I told you it would sound nutty.

(waves crashing)

- Yeah, you know, I think
there's that TV show, "Sights".

Yeah, they had this
one story about a ghost

who took possession of
one of the family members

who lived in this house.

I mean, in no time at all, an uncle,

or I think it was a cousin,

he was running around acting like a ghost.

I mean, they have pictures
of it and everything,

it was freaky.


Hello? (claps)


- Yeah.

- Are you all right?

You kinda spaced out for a minute there.

- Yeah, I was thinking.

- Oh, great.

- I was thinking of
how miraculous life is.

You know, it's the little things

that make me stop and
wonder about our existence.

You know, like, even though
science is improved now,

you have to stop and
wonder how every object

like an airplane can fly through thin air,

or an ocean liner can float on
something as light as water.

Isn't that incredible
how nature prepares us

to deal with our own...

It's like our souls are driving
vehicles of flesh and blood.

You know, we cut ourselves, we bleed,

and our bodies would heal
the wound or the sickness,

or sometimes they...

(drowned out speaking)

- I try not to think too
much about that stuff.

All right?

Life is too short as it is,

I don't think we have
enough days on the planet

to even begin to figure all that out.

- There's got to be a
higher power at work.

When my wife died, I didn't want to live.

I felt empty.

There was a time I allowed
myself to waste away.

I just sat in my house and did nothing

until one morning I woke up and felt like

I needed to continue living,

not for my sake, but for
those who care about me,

those who need me.

- Look, I don't like to say I understand,

'cause I really don't.

Okay, I can't imagine
the pain and suffering

that comes with losing someone so close.

Someone you spent most
of your whole life with.

- Sometimes I open my eyes,
I'm in a different time,

a different place, floating through,

just waiting for the
next time I open my eyes.

(waves crashing)

- Yeah.

It's getting dark, we should go.

(dramatic music)

(catchy music)

- I'm just trying to make sense as to

why you feel the need to-

- Watch out, watch out!

Why don't you watch where you're going?

- Look, it wasn't meant to be.

- Look, would you stop it with that?

Christ, I've heard enough, okay?

I'm not some crazy ghost
from the spirit world.

I'm from Des Moines.

- I'm sorry if I...

I'm sorry.

- Look, let's just keep it here, on Earth.


- Listen, I didn't mean to piss you off.

- I know, I know, you're
just making conversation.

I mean...

We all have habits, all right?

That we either need to
control or quit altogether.

- What does that mean?

- Look, I'm...

I mean, what is it with
you and this, you know?

I mean, God!

- What?

We need to go, you're gonna be late

for your night out with your friends.

(dramatic music)

- I'm going to get ready.

(dramatic music)

♪ You have time to live ♪

♪ Let us all forgive ♪

♪ Running man will give you ♪

♪ Crazy people, crazy world ♪

♪ Crazy people, crazy world ♪

♪ Crazy people, crazy world ♪

♪ Crazy people, crazy world ♪

- Aw, shit.

♪ Crazy people, crazy world ♪

♪ Crazy people, crazy world ♪

(toy box music)


(Christopher muttering)

(dramatic music)

(catchy electronic music)

- Oh, come on, of course you can!

Now it's your turn.

- We're playing spin the
bottle without a bottle.

- Now, snort up!

- Happy trails!

You feelin' it?

- By the way, where are all the strippers?

Aw, you guys have a perfect
replacement for the strippers.

- I do.

We sure do.

(catchy electronic music)

- Here's to the groom to be!

Just relax, buddy.

Look ahead.

The strippers are dancing!

- Guys, I don't feel so well,

and I'm pretty sure
Steve's just on the bench.


(wondrous music)

- I'm sorry.

I'm sorry, I'm so sorry.

- It's okay.

I'm here now.

Hold me.

- From the first time I saw you,

I knew it was you.

Good morning, I made you coffee.

- Hm.

What happened?

- I don't know, you tell me.

- Mm.

I don't know.

I just remember being at Bill's,

and then I blacked out.

Why am I naked?

We didn't, um...

I mean...

Nothing happened, right?


- Shit, I'm sorry.

Let me put some cream in it.

Oh, shit!

- Where did you learn to
make such great coffee?

- I just added a few of your mother's

secret ingredients to her recipe.

- Oh.

Mm, I am so sorry.

It was crazy at the office.

Two coworkers called in sick,

leaving me with this pile of work,

all of it due this morning.

I tried to call late last night,

but I guess you guys were sleeping.

- Yeah, I went to bed early.

- I'm so tired.

All I want to do is curl up on this couch

and go to bed.

But I took the rest of the day off

so that I could be with you.

- You didn't have to do that,

I know how important your job is to you.

- Oh, nonsense!

I still have so much stuff
to do for the wedding.

I still have to get a wedding dress.

I was kinda hoping maybe
you'd help me with that.

- Sure.

- And maybe while we're there we can

just pick out your tux.

- Sounds like a plan.

Alexander, is that you?

I'm sorry, I didn't mean to wake you.

- Who's Alexander?

What time is it?

- It's almost 1 o'clock.

Destiny's asleep on the couch.

- Look, I wanted to
apologize, for yesterday.

- No, no, nonsense.

You certainly did nothing wrong,

it was me who was out of line, so.

- I feel like shit.

- (laughs) You're not alone.


What's so funny?

- Me.

Waking up in your bed.

I was fucked up.

- Don't worry about it.

If it'll make you feel any better,

it'll be our little secret.

- Why do I feel like I've
known you for quite a while?

- Maybe you have.

So, what are the plans for today, hm?

- I don't know.

Is there something you'd like to do?

- Not really.

Do you want me to make
you something to eat?

- Yeah.

How about some bagels with
strawberries and cream cheese?

- Great.

Anything else?

- No.

But I'll take a shower.

And some coffee?

- Sure, coming up.

(phone ringing)


Uh, he's in the shower, who's calling?

Yeah, hold on.

(shower running)


- Can I get out?

- Yeah, it's Bill.

- Okay.

Tell him I'll call him back.

- Uh, yeah, Ben can't talk right now,

he said he'll call you back.


- Can I get a little privacy, please?

- Yeah, sure.


Sorry, I'll just be making your bagels.

- Okay.

You know I'm getting married.

- Yeah, I know.

- Who's Alexander?

- Why do you want to know?


- Because you've been
calling me Alexander,

and I want to know why.

- You wouldn't understand.

- Try me.

- He was someone I knew some time ago.

- Do I look like him?

- We were very close.

- How close?

- Very.

- How long ago?

- From my past life.

- Jesus Christ!

- Look, would you believe it if I told you

he was in my dreams even
before Destiny was born?

I saw him over, and over, and over.

I just didn't know what
the connection was.

- You gotta give this up,

this is messing with your head.

- It's true!

I met with a psychic for my last column

and she confirmed everything.

- This is ridiculous!

- And she even told me
I'll find him again,

and she told me we were related.

- Did she tell you how crazy this sounds?

I mean, Christ, Christopher!

Listen to yourself.

Okay, let me see if I got this straight.

You're telling me that I'm
some kind of born again soul-

- Why is this so hard
for you to imagine, huh?

Didn't you say you also saw some things

you couldn't understand?

If everything is so okay with you,

then why are you trying to
hard to escape from reality?

- No one's trying to escape from anything.

- Then why the drug habit?

Huh, why?

Why the drug habits?

Tell me, talk to me, damn it!

- I don't want to get
into this again, okay?

Listen to me.

We're about to be related.

And I want to have a good
relationship with you.

But I'm not some old ghost from your past

who's back to haunt you,

nor am I some former lover of yours.


You need to put things into perspective.

You need to differentiate
between fantasy and reality.

- Yeah, I do have things in perspective.

All I know is I'm not the
one trying to force myself

into a fantasy world.

A very dangerous one, I might add.

- Look, why don't we just
forget this, all right?

- I didn't bring it up, you did.

- Well, just leave it alone.

- Ben, why are you so afraid of?


- I'm afraid to see you screw up my life.

- Ben, I'm not here to
mess with your head.

- It seems like it.

- I've gotta go get ready,

I'm going out with Destiny soon.

- Christopher?

- Yeah?

- I'm not Alexander.

- Yeah.

- Dad, please pass the carrots?

- Sure.

(dog barking)

- So, honey, how was your day?

- It was good, it was good.

(dog barking)

- "So, Destiny, how was your day?"

Oh, my day?

Honey, great, thanks for asking.

Let's see, what did I do today...

I got a wedding dress,

and I got my dad fitted for a tux.

Oh, yes, I went to your secret
hideaway place on the beach.

(dog barking)

Okay, what is going on here?

Why is this awkward?

Who wants to go first?

(dog barking)

- There's nothing going on here, right?

- Right.

- Okay, fine.

Since there's nothing going on here...

How 'bout dessert?

Does anyone want dessert?

We're having shit pie.

- I'll have some dessert.

- Me too.

- Do you want me to help you?

- [Destiny] No, why don't you
stay and get reacquainted?

- Did you call Bill?

- Um, yeah.

He just wanted to make
sure I made it home okay.

- I see.

- So, we have a lot of
RSVPs for the wedding,

I think we're gonna have a full church.

- Will any of your family
members be attending?

- Excuse me.

- Both his parents died in a car accident.

- I didn't know that.

- It's okay.

I don't think he's gotten over it.

Don't worry about it, Dad.

- Yeah.

- Don't worry, give him some
time, he'll come around.

- Um, has he...

What about the rest of his family?

- As far I know, he's an only child.

I know he had a really
rough childhood though.

His parents adopted him when he was 5.

- Has he ever tried to find out

who his real parents are?

- I don't know.

- Well, have you encouraged him to-

- I try to stay out of it.

- That must be hard on him.

- I'm sure it is.

- Can you imagine not
knowing where you come from

or who you really are?

(phone ringing)

- Hello?

Hey, Jennifer, how you doin'?

Uh huh, she does?

That's great, that is great.

Okay, when?

Does it have to be tonight?

Okay, okay.

All right, make it an hour.

That was my office.

They need me to come in, it was a client,

it was a proposal that we
submitted this morning and...

I gotta go.

I hate to leave you and Ben.

- Don't worry about
it, we'll be all right.

- It's just that...

With this wedding and the
client and everything,

I feel like I'm not spending
enough time with Ben.

- Don't worry.

I'll find something for us
to do until you get home.

It's okay.

- Thanks, Dad.

(lighthearted piano music)

I miss mom.

I wish she were here.

- Yeah, I miss her too.

- What do you think she'd be doing

if she was here right now?


- Well, I know she'd be very
excited about your wedding.

She'd be here helping you
pick out wedding invitations,

helping you shop for your dress,

throwing you a big bridal shower.

But watching you turn
into a grown up woman,

mostly, she'd be very proud.

Very proud, as I am, to be here with you.

- Dad...

I've never told anyone this,

but sometimes I can feel her presence.

Sometimes I can smell the
perfume she used to wear.

That rose, do you remember that?

I remember everything about her.

Her hair, her skin, the way it felt.

Her blue eyes, her smile.

(dog barking)

She always thought I could
have the world if I wanted it.

I owe you both for everything that I am.

- This is not the time to get emotional.

You've got to go to work, and I've...

I've gotta go apologize

to a certain special person in our lives.

- You're right.

Oh, god, look at the time, I have to go.

- Go, go, it's okay.

Savannah, are you here?

Are you listening to your daughter?

(melancholic piano music)

- Um...

I've been acting like an asshole lately,

and I want to apologize.

- No, I apologize asking
about your parents.

I wasn't aware that...

- Don't worry about it.

- Water under the bridge?

- Cheers.
- Cheers.

You've gotta give Destiny a
hand, she's quite a worker.

I don't know how she does it.

She's planning the wedding,

juggling a high pressure
job, she's amazing.

- What's amazing?

- You are amazing.

- No, I'm not.

I'm just some regular guy.

- No, you're not just a
regular guy, you're my family.

- Cheers to that.

- Cheers.

- Question.

- Yup?

- What was he like?

- Who?

- Alexander.


- Well, now that's a loaded question.

- It was just a question,

you don't have to answer
if you don't want to.

- No, no, it's not a problem.

My recollection of us meeting is at a bar.

I remember the Nazis keeping
this bar "The Owl" open,

to corral some of the Jews.

If they presumed you were Jewish,

they took you to these barracks
marked with pink triangles.

To many, they applied
the Paragraph 175 law.

- What's Paragraph 175?

- It was a law in Germany at the time

that prohibited people from
engaging in homosexual acts.

If you were presumed to be
gay you were imprisoned,

or used as a guinea pig
in government experiments.

You know, back then
Germany considered women

as reproductive vessels
to fill the country

with more citizens,

thereby making it a stronger nation.

- Sounds like a nightmare.

Sounds like my childhood.

- Tell me about it.

- My childhood?
- Yeah.

- Hopping around from home to home.

Shipped around, just...

I don't know, place to place.

But eventually a place with a family,

and they treat you nice,
send you to school,

teach you the importance of
doing what you believe in.

I always wanted to be a performer, so,

I'm in this showcase and
this guy approaches me,

offers me a job in New York.

And the rest is history.

- Cheers to that.

- And you?

What was your childhood like?

- I had a very abusive father.

He always beat my mother and
blamed her for my mistakes.

- How so?

- My father thought that
I wasn't good enough

to face the world.

That basically I was worthless.

Nothing I ever did was
good enough for him.

So, then I met Savannah.

We both ran away from home, we eloped.

- And what was she like?

- She was beautiful.

Inside and out.

She was a very generous,
very giving woman.

She always believed in people.

She believed in me, for one.

- What do you mean?

- We didn't meet under
the best of circumstances.

I was angry at my father
for beating my mother

and kicking me out of the house.

Nothing I ever did for
him was good enough.

Anyway, I was drunk and
looking to show him that

I could control someone,
that I could be a man.

That I could be just like him.

- What happened?

- Savannah was coming from
the library when I saw her.

She was so beautiful.

I followed her and...

(ominous music)

I don't want to talk about this anymore.

- That's okay.

Tonight's our night to celebrate.

- Celebrate what?

- Surviving.

- [Christopher] We're
already drunk as it is.

- Well, now it's time
to get really wasted.

- [Christopher] I don't
think I can drink anymore

without getting sick.

- Come on, one more, for me.

- No, I can't, it's-
- Come on!

- Ah, okay.

- Do the countdown.

Three, two, one...


Not so bad.

- Whoa, I don't like to mix alcohol.

- Let's do another one.

- Oh, I think I'm gonna be sick.


- Are you okay?

Let me get you some aspirin.

(heavy breathing)



You okay?

- Yeah, yeah.

Where do we go from here?

- I don't know.

- I'm in bed with my future...

Are you okay with this?

- Are you?

(dramatic classical music)

- Dad?


- [Ben] What, what?

- [Christopher] Destiny!

- I'm sorry.

I'm sorry, I'm sorry.

(waves crashing)

(lighthearted music)

- I love coming here.

It's very relaxing.

Every time I feel down or I
just want to clear my mind,

I come here.

- I know what you mean.

Nature has a way of putting us here

and sometimes forgetting about us.

Ben, do you believe in reincarnation?

Do you believe in reincarnation?

Do you believe in reincarnation?

(dramatic classical music)

(heavy breathing)


(heavy breathing)

(dramatic music)

(heavy breathing)

- What, what?

- Destiny!

- Let's go for a drive.

(dramatic string music)

Can I speak to Charlie Osborne please?

Hi, Charlie.

My name is Ben Ross, I'm a
friend of Christopher Hayes.


And I got your number from
the magazine here, X4.

I was wondering if you
could put me in contact

with an Elvia Flores.

He interviewed, yes, yes,
for "The Singing Forest".


Thank you.

(dramatic music)



Hi, are you Elvia Flores?

- That's my name.

- Do you have a minute?

- I'm sorry, I'm with someone right now.

- It's really important.

Do you remember a man by the
name of Christopher Hayes?

- His name sounds familiar.

- He interviewed you
regarding an article he wrote,

"The Singing Forest".

- Yes, I remember.

I don't know how long I'm
gonna be with my guest,

this could take a while.

- I can wait.

I don't mind, really.

- Okay, come on in.

As soon as I'm finished, I'll talk to you.

(dramatic music)

Keep the faith.

Please, have a seat.

- Thank you.

- What is so urgent you
need to talk to me about?

- Christopher Hayes spoke
to you some time ago

of a certain recollection
of memories he's having?

- I remember.

Christopher is a man who is
aware of his surroundings

when most are asleep.

He's developed a sensibility
to connect with his past life,

therefore avoiding the pitfalls

most of us fall into.

- I need to know if I'm
the one he keeps seeing.

- I can't tell you that.

- Why?

- I never talk to others about
anyone else but themselves.

I do it out of respect and courtesy.

- Please?

I need your help.

- I could read you.

- Okay.

- Do you believe in fate?

- Yes.

- You're about to get married.

- Yes.

Yes, I am.

- You have found your soulmate.

- I have.

- You two love each other very much.

Fate has town you apart.

However, you must unite with destiny,

that is your fate.

- Thank you.

- Be in tune with your spirit

and you will see how everything works out

for you and yours.

In two stories, there are
usually three realities.

Yours, theirs, and what really happens.

But who's to say what's
happening from what's not?

We might not be able to
control circumstance,

but we can control our actions
and act on our feelings.

You're hurting inside,

but don't let destiny pass you by.

I think you'll be able
to figure the rest out.

You've been here before.

Go and have a happy life
with your loved ones.

- Thank you.

(toy box music)

- I'm sorry.

I tried calling her job,

she hasn't been there since that night.

- What did you say?

- She took a leave of absence.

- What are you doing?

Are you leaving?

- It was wrong of me to come
here in the first place.

Scary is I haven't seen my daughter

since she left for college,

and this is what I do to her?

I just hope that she
can forgive me some day.

- I don't think you're
resolving anything by leaving.

- My father was right.

I'm not good enough.

- What do you mean?

Do you know how many
people's lives you touch

with your writing?

Like mine.

- You read my article?

- Yes.

I had to see for myself
what you were talking about,

so I went to see her.

- [Christopher] What happened?

- We spoke, and I think
you're right about this lady,

there's something very real about her,

and I believe her.

- Well, I'm not so sure about any of this.

(dramatic music)

The cab should be here any minute.

- I hate to see you go, I feel
like this is all my fault.

- We can't keep blaming ourselves,

what happened is done.

- I'm glad to see that you...

You know, we were drunk and-

- It's pretty clear what I saw.

- I believe you.

- No, I don't want you or Ben to leave.

I thought about this.

- And what?

What do you want me to do?

I'll do whatever you want.

- You're the only man I have ever loved

in my entire life.

I just want you to love me.

- I love you.

- But how can I compete with your desires?

- I love you, I-

- What about my father?

- You're a part of me,
and I'm a part of you.

I would never do anything
to hurt you, never.

It's all my fault.

I think I've caused enough
trouble around here.

- No, wait.

I've thought about this.

You came here to walk me down the aisle

to the only man I have ever
loved in my entire life.

And that's what I want you to do.


- We can't pretend this didn't happen.

- It happened.

I don't have anyone left.

You both are my family.

And I'm not about to give up on you,

either one of you.

(dramatic music)

- Are you ready?

- Whenever you are.

- So, tell me about the
people you've helped.

- I never talk to others about
anyone else but themselves.

I do it out of perspective courtesy.

- Sounds like you have
many great stories to tell.

- Actually, I do have a story to tell.

Now, I'm not going to name any names

of the living involved in
this tragic love story,

so, feel free to write it.

It's about an unborn
spirit called Destiny.

- [Charlie] What do you
mean an unborn spirit,

was she aborted?

- No.

She a product of rape, a miscarriage.

Destiny united two old
souls from their past life.

Fate tore them apart.

Destiny brought them together.

(dramatic music)

(somber music)