even beautiful, but what we’re hearing
POV -EXT. FREEWAY -NIGHT
hear BREATHING. There are VOICES, SHOUTS, even SCREAMS,
but MUFFLED, far away. Only the breathing is distinct.
We come to realize it is our breathing, and we are inside
the edge of consciousness and not far from death. He
toward consciousness, slips again.
speaking, but we hear only SLIVERS of SOUND. He sees her
eyes and connects. We begin to hear her now --and there
Can you hear me?
This one’s conscious!
Paramedics on the way!
eyes, and she grips our hand.
Wait. Wait. Listen to me. Can
you feel that?
She holds on tight. We see that our hand, held in her
own, is bloody.
That’s my hand. Hold it. Go on
--as hard as you can.
It’s over, and I’ve got you, and
you’re safe. You’re safe now.
You got that? Don’t let go.
Don’t let me go.
some very rough edges.
since we saw her at the accident site. Her partner,
behind a car that is crawling along, an old 60s car,
That car is older than they are.
’67 Chevy Impala.
That’s what I said.
Needs a servicing.
Don’t we all.
Get it together, officer.
who each have an arm around the other. She is stroking
Angel Eyes (2001)
Synopsis: While pursuing a suspect one night, Chicago Police officer Sharon Pogue (Jennifer Lopez) nearly becomes the victim of a fatal ambush until a mysterious stranger, Catch (Jim Caviezel), intervenes, disarms the assassin and saves Sharon's life. A concerned citizen who just happened to pass by at the right time? But Sharon and Catch have met once before. As the two fall in love, they discover the truth about each other and are forced to deal with the secrets from their past.