#teacher | Vince Gilligan on the Breaking Bad Movie’s Ending

Aaron Paul as Jesse.
Photo: Netflix

Spoilers below for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie.

After a most distressing turn of events in El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie — which include a touching and suspenseful reunion with his buddies, flashbacks of his torturous time in captivity, and having to commit two more murders — Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) is safe and free in the Last Frontier. Yeah, Alaska! Or, yeah, writer-director Vince Gilligan, creator of the Emmy-winning series that introduced the world to the immature, sweet, broken Jesse Pinkman, lover of pizza and connoisseur of magnets!

The Netflix film picks up after Jesse, driving his captor’s El Camino, smashes through the gates of the white supremacist compound where he was enslaved in the last season of Breaking Bad. What follows in El Camino is the story of how Jesse finally manages to pull himself out of the tragic chaos that became his life, after agreeing to a meth-cooking partnership with his former high-school teacher Walter White. Of course, his escape isn’t easy.


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