After the initial shot, Jeffrey must fight his way through rehab, a place he feared growing up as he remembered those old movies of crazy people walking the halls and talking to their imaginary friends . Frustrated by the fact that he failed at life, he comes to the conclusion that he has also failed at death. Lucky for him, Grace Monty enters his life.
Unable to see her face on their first day in the hospital, Jeffrey must settle for listening to Grace’s voice as she speaks to him from behind the curtain that separates them in the room. During their conversation, Jeffrey becomes intrigued by this person who seems to know so much about life and carries an upbeat tone in her voice.
Love was nowhere in the picture when Jeffrey decided to end his life, but after he finally lays eyes on Grace, he is immediately drawn to her red hair. He is captivated by the way the light bounces off her hair as she makes eye contact with him.
Is this another turning point? Is the universe trying to send Jeffery Wilson a message? That message comes through loud and clear when he stares into the eyes of his newborn son. Nothing more needs to be said; Jeffrey now knows what he must do.