The Old man has got a story. A story of loss, and submitting himself to his lost mind. I believe that he may be a Priest or a relative of the child that we saw him mourning over. And as it showed before, he was a wonderful man. Spreading his beliefs, and joys. But at the tragic death of a loved one, he begins to lose faith, and becomes more depressed with every day that passed in his lifetime. Eventually, he gives up his religion, and abandons all happiness he once was so filled with. Then, not longer after, we see him committing suicide, leaping off of a bridge into the long, vast sea. The scenes with the Tower and Arrows, did not hit off until I watched a second time. After the death of his loved one, he finds himself in the position of: "Where am 'I' going?" Ever since the death of his loved one, he believed that God was not listening, and thus making him give up his religion. This was at first confusing, but given the time to watch it again, struck me. It was absolutely brilliant, the way the story is shown. Great work, Brush. Hope we something just like this soon.