Directed by Fisher Stevens, Palmer is an American film about a former college football Eddie Palmer who becomes the mentor of a young teenager. The film is beautifully portrayed by Cheryl Guerriero starring Justin Timberlake, Ryder Allen, and others and the shooting for this drama took place inside the United States only. However, ending of this movie is emotional yet inspiring, so let’s find out the whole storyline in brief and understand the Palmer ending scene.
Apple TV+ Palmer Movie Plot
Fresh out of a 12-year jail sentence for beating somebody up, Palmer strikes into his grandmother Vivian’s rural Louisiana home, penniless and crammed with remorse at having thrown away a probably profitable profession as a sportsman. His grandmother’s next-door neighbour is an addict named Shelly, who’s vulnerable to disappearing for lengthy stretches, forsaking her seven-year-old son, Sam, with Vivian.
Shelly’s newest bender coincides with Palmer’s transferring in. And after all, he needs nothing to do with the boy; Palmer has his personal issues to take care of. But quickly, he finds a job as a janitor on the native college, inadvertently scoring front-row seats to the every day harassment that Sam faces. Witnessing the mistreatment firsthand, and connecting with Sam on an emotional stage — each, in a approach, are outcasts — Palmer takes the boy beneath his wing in the Palmer ending.
Palmer Ending Explained
In the ending, Palmer is released from the police custody and Shelly accepts her past mistakes and happy to see that she finally found someone who can raise her child better than her. As far as Sam’s fatherhood is concerned, he will be an excellent father for Shelly’s child. He has some reservations on the dressing of the child but he tackles the situation very soon and accepts him his child wholeheartedly.
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