What would that do to a person? What would it mean for their identity?
Would they hold to their old life? Or reinvent themselves in the moment? My influence on the world ranges from minimal to nil, which suggests my presence is not quantifiably necessary. Strangers on the internetwork? The other half is how children give us purpose. Go to work, get money, buy food, enrich his life, play games with him, and so on.
Exercise is a nice-to-have. So are TV shows and movies.
Review: A DARK PLACE, Where Motives Are Not So Clear
Video games are a luxury. And writing? Well, that has always been little more than a hobby anyway. And you know what? We only have purpose, and that purpose is defined by our DNA, by an endless series of mutations and abberations.
Maybe there is no end. Maybe there are no answers. The body in question belongs to Tyler Zeigler, the little boy who always waved at Devlin whenever his truck came to collect the trash.
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She responds by telling him that Tyler would never have wandered off. On that one detail, which may be apocryphal, Devlin assumes foul play. Why would Devlin trust her? He also adds possible child abuse, molestation and domestic violence into the mix simply because very little needs to be done to elicit an emotional response. Yet none of this feels earned. So I really identified with his desire to at least restore order in his own mind. But people just give him information whenever he shows up.
Scott is very good here, as is Waugh as the sidekick who carries a torch for him. Israel, Esq. A video essay about Mortal Engines, as part of Scout Tafoya's ongoing video essay series on maligned masterpieces.
A Dark Place (Steel Country)
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