After a breakup, I often have an image of a blake and kristina relationship. These are two friends, perhaps even more so, that have been forced to separate by their circumstances. They are together, but the relationship isn’t the same.
There’s something to this, too. I can’t give you all the details about how the relationship ends, because it takes place in an alternate dimension, but I can tell you that it ends in the same way it went for the other two. In that reality, kristina has returned to her former life as a nurse, and has moved her life and career to be with her high school sweetheart brian.
brian is clearly a much more interesting character, but I think it’s a bit too early to write that. In the alternate reality, they are married, have a daughter, and have been together for a long time. They had been together for several years at the time of the events in the movie.
In this reality, kristina has moved to a new town and is trying to find work as a nurse. I’ve only been able to get a few screencaps of her in the movie, and she looks like a beautiful woman. I’m sure we’ll see more of her in the movie.
I think kristina was meant to be a bit more like a bad girlfriend, like the movie’s villain, or maybe even a friend. I think she was written as someone who was so incredibly self-absorbed she didn’t get along with anyone else. She has no friends, and she has no one she can talk to about her troubles.
Blake is a really nice guy, and he seems to be trying hard to make a better life for himself. I would say he is a little like a “bad girlfriend” who could not stand to see herself in a better light (like a friend).
He tried to do the right thing and move to a different state to start anew, just hoping that was the only way he could make it. But he still has his problems, and he had to deal with the death of his mother, too, and even though he never said so, he always got the feeling that she was trying to ruin him, despite his best intentions.
The relationship between kristina and blake is definitely a good one, but it is a little difficult to see how it could work, because of the whole “I’m trying to make it better for her” thing. They seem to be on the same page and have the same goals, but it is a little difficult to see what is holding them back and what they could be doing differently, if they really were trying to be better friends.
I feel like if you really want to see the relationship between kristina and blake that you have to see it through the lens of their relationship; both of them are trying to fix something in their lives that they feel is wrong, but there is a barrier of mistrust between them, especially due to kristina’s past. She seems to be at a loss to trust anyone, and is even considering a breakup.
It seems like a lot of the reasons why blake and kristina are having a hard time being friends is because of the past, but I feel like this is something that may have happened long ago. It’s as if they are looking for someone to be friends with and someone to have a relationship with so they can work on the problems they have.