After seeing Elliott get in a struggle in the beginning of the movie and being arrested, audience be told that that is lovely feature of the fisherman. It is possibly no longer unexpected that he feels the desire to swoop in and be the only to protect any individual in a struggle, as he may do the similar for his oldsters. The anger, grief, and loss appear overwhelming now and then, particularly after he loses his boat and his final hyperlink to them. His screaming “They are in there,” as he watches his boat cross up in flames, displays simply how tightly he is been protecting onto the image and piano, the final closing possessions of theirs he had.
The lack of the boat, which he deliberate to fix up and sail world wide of their honor, marks the climax of the movie. Now additionally estranged from Lilly, it sort of feels like Elliott goes to let his fury weigh down him, particularly when he angrily screams into the reflect in his dressing room. As a substitute, he confronts his feelings and channels that power into one thing sure. The result’s “A Beautiful Life,” his tune for Lilly, and his dedication to changing into a just right spouse and father. Despite the fact that devastated through the lack of his boat, his final closing hyperlink to his oldsters, he does not turn into crippled through it, and Elliot learns that so long as he has a house with Lilly, Suzanne, and Patrick, he nonetheless has circle of relatives round.