The Passion of Darkly Noon

Darkly Noon can't handle his divine obedience (from his learned beliefs) to god (which was drummed into his head by his late parents) clashing with his impure thoughts towards his opposite sex carer and eventually goes insane. Not content to self mutilate himself he decides to punish Callie and Clay for their sinful behavior in the eyes of his lord. Trapping them in their house by setting it ablaze he attacks the couple only to be shotgun blasted in the back (blowing open his chest) by Jude...who ironically was the one who discovered Darkly staggering about out in the forest and saved his life (by taking him back to Callie who nursed him back to health) in other words...not only did he save Noon's life...but he now has ended it too. Darkly departs from this life staring into the object of his repressed sexual desire's tearful she observes his passing from this world admist her burning down home.


Character mistake: While sitting on the bed, Darkly relays the story of how he got his name, saying it comes from 2 Corinthians 13:12. It, in fact, comes from 1 Corinthians 13:12. (00:10:55)

Greg Dwyer

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