The last time we left 666 Park Avenue, Jane was descending a staircase to what I assumed was a hell like place, but what turned out to be a slow motion world of Time Square. 666 Park Avenue opens with Henry papering the neighborhood with “missing” posters featuring Jane’s face. It turns out that she’s been missing for 36 hours, and Henry is feeling really guilty about forcing her to stay in New York.
Cut to Jane’s vision, dream, hallucination, whatever of Time Square where an old woman tells her “You shouldn’t have come here”… “Here” being, where exactly? An alternate universe? Hell? Purgatory? I could speculate about this place for hours if given the chance. After Jane’s trip through Time Square where she yells for Henry the entire time, she wakes up in the hospital looking awful.
Henry visits and while Jane begs him to take her home, he explains that she has to stay there to get better, and watches as Jane has a flashback of being restrained and wonders if Jane has the samemental illness that her grandmother suffered from. Read More...