Yeah, you’re in the ballpark now.
One last word about OS>Situation: the border isn’t fixed… it keeps changing. I suppose that could be Universe>Progress in another movie, but it isn’t here.
I think you are thinking too hard here. When the extremely selfish CEO convinces the group in car 15 to seal the other ones out… that’s Self-Interest. When Sang-hwa stays behind in the train station to close (and lock) the glass doors against the hoard… that’s Morality. When they have to figure out how to traverse the trains full of zombies… that’s Approach. When the baseball team razzes the cheerleader/boyfriend… that’s Attitude.
Hope and Dream… maybe he dreams that his relationship with his daughter will magically repair itself. He hopes his investment advice is good. But pretty skim.
I see very little future, but I think you’ve nailed it by pinning it to the baby. He wants his baby to have a life.
I think these things are more about the MC and what he is like. [quote=“glennbecker, post:30, topic:2634”]
RS - Becoming
Becoming a functioning father/daughter relationship. Becoming a couple. Becoming parents. Benchmark would be being. The more we’re they’re for each other the closer we become.
I think this is exactly right. It’s good that you see Being as the benchmark, because how the relationships are measured is what stands out.
For Sang-hwa and Seok-woo, this would be “Becoming a functional team” I think.