The young killer is eating breakfast at home. His father is there.
The other older man is in another house, cheerful. He kisses his (not so young) bride-to-be. They talk about the wedding preparations. She seems unsure.
The groom-to-be is desperate to make it a special day but nothing seems to be organised. He tries to persuade a number of young women in the locality to be bridesmaids, apparently choosing them at random. No one’s willing.
A sinister man in a boxing gym talks to a nervous middle-aged woman about putting money and soul into boxing.
There’s a comic atmosphere at a dance class.
The bride-to-be gets her nails done. The beautician tries to talk to her but the bride-to-be storms out. Later in the cafe the beautician talks, sympathetically, to the bride-to-be again. She advises her to get her mother’s blessing for the wedding.
The sinister man in the boxing club tries to talk the middle-aged woman into being a mother figure for the young boxers.
In the pub, comic discussion about the dance class turns more serious.
The bride-to-be goes to see her mother in hospital.
The groom-to-be is still trying to drum up bridesmaids for the wedding. Men joke about his complicated and confused family relationships. This upsets the groom-to-be.
The sinister man convinces the nervous middle-aged woman to invest in the boxing club business. He reminisces about his own mother in a rather disturbing way. He believes she has literally gone to Hell. The woman gives him a hug because she’s motherly.
The groom-to-be is fretting about the wedding arrangements which are in disarray. He wants to give her a beautiful day so that she doesn’t feel worthless. Another man takes pity on him and helps.
The young killer is panicky about the groom-to-be’s forthcoming wedding and wants his father to do something about the situation.
The bride-to-be returns from the hospital. The groom-to-be is angry because she has cancelled the wedding. Then she tells him her mother is dead.