I watched Love Liza yesterday. I taped it when it was on Cinemax. It has Philip Seymour Hoffman, J.D. Walsh, Kathy Bates, Erika Alexander, Sarah Koskoff, David Lenthall, and Jack Kehler in it.
Big Warning: there are some disturbing scenes.
In this movie, a man named Wilson lost his wife to suicide. He goes into deep, deep depression. He loses his job and begins sniffing gasoline. (I realize now that he was doing that to be near her. He doesn’t say how she committed suicide, but I guess she used her car.) He finds a suicide node that his wife left him. He doesn’t bring himself to read the letter until the end of the movie. He also almost gets a new job, but loses the opportunity because of his addiction to gasoline. The letter says for him to find someone else to love and keep her in his heart.
At first I didn’t really like this movie. I do agree with someone on IMDB saying that hey should have had more about his wife’s life in the movie. Next week I’m watching The Signal (2014).