A friend of mine recommended the movie, Hesher to me for two reasons:
First, after seeing Premium Rush and Looper in close proximity, I realized that I needed to see more Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
Unfortunately I started with Chaos, but my JGL film festival improved thereafter. His movies are weird, but he seems to perform better than well in all of them.
Second, the title character has this strange habit of telling odd, usually vulgar, out of place stories when he wants to share some wisdom.
Sometimes you have to think about it a minute or sometimes you’re distracted by his delivery, but he always makes his point; you’re probably used to that if you’ve been to this blog more than once.
Hesher is not the best movie you’ll ever see but it’s different in that its heartwarming moments aren’t all that conventional. Most of the characters are annoying, but you’ll be interested enough to keep watching, if only to see what Hesher will do next.
The story in this scene is one of the more poignant moments in the movie. You’ll have to check the whole thing out to understand the great joy that is that hunk of red junk in the driveway.