Becozy fell under Gerry’s spell when she watched Phantom of The Opera for the first time in May 2005, while recovering from knee surgery. She was smitten with the Phantom from the moment his face appeared in the mirror, falling in love during the Music of the Night. After searching the internet for information about the actor able to cast such a spell, she discovered Gerard Butler. Her life, and that of her family, hasn’t been the same since.
With Gerry as a common bond, becozy has an expanding world of cyber and real friends. Her family has greeted her new found ‘hobby’ with enthusiasm and her new friends with a warm welcome. Happily, her husband and two (now adult) children share her admiration of Gerry. Her family knows and understands all Gerry references in their correct context. Mention 3AM, camels, or yellow towels, for example and you’ll get a knowing nod!
Over ten years later, as much time as possible each day is spent in the care and nurturing of her Addiction. It is a delicate balancing act to fulfill her duties as wife and mom and her duties as a GAL, but one she is determined to master.
Starting with a black and white prologue, the film tells the story of budding young opera singer Christine Daae and the two men who fight for her heart: the noble Viscount whom she knew in childhood, and the mysterious Phantom of the Opera.
Peter is a novelist who is going out of his mind because his wife and daughter have left him. He's bought a Smith & Wesson and put one bullet in it. He's pulled the trigger once in despairing Russian roulette. Driving to his wife's office, he pulls the gun out again when an angry motorist assaults him.
In Chicago, the family man and executive of an advertisement agency Neil Randall has a perfect life: he expects to be promoted in his job sooner; he has a beautiful and sexy wife, Abby and a lovely daughter, Sophie; and he lives in a wonderful house.