Handicap people have all kinds of different affects on society. Some care
and feel saddened by their ill fate in life while others are completely appalled
or skeeved. Others even seem to get a kick at teasing them and making fun of
their disabilities and short comings. Jakob is a harmless man with disabilities
that is taken care of his overbearing mother.
Paige takes on a job as a caregiver for Jakob, she at first seems like she
is the most sweet genuine woman who enjoys her job helping others. She plays
games with him and tenderly takes care of him as any helping hand should. One
day she does the most outrageous act and you are left at first with the wonder
You see, Paige noticed bruises on the boys arms and body and is horrified and concerned for his safety. His mother Janice pretends to coddle him where as I
think she is secretly annoyed that she is stuck with a handicapped son but yet
won't seem to put him in a home for people like him.
The story is told from three separate angles and the acting in the film is
totally convincing where you feel like your a fly on the wall watching as this
life changing event happens. Could you handle the responsibility of watching
out for someone who can't help himself? Would you put yourself in a foul
situation to save someone else?