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The trail he follows leads him into secret second life that Tessa led apart from him. Justin is a gardener by choice, and Tessa seems to have had a hobby of her own. Much of the relationship plays out in flashback as Justin tracks Tessa thru the clues she's left—the ones that haven't been ransacked and confiscated by Kenyan officials with their own agenda.
Justin's contacts give him some immunity that Tessa and her native doctor friend did not enjoy, leading to wonder what they could have accomplished if only she had confided in him As a result, both Justin and Tessa are made real and tangible characters, brilliantly brought to life by Fiennes and Weisz.Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir Are 'Definitely Not Dating'
But her death does spur him to action, albeit in a blundering, confused, and largely inept way. He fears what he will find, not only in terms of conspiracy, but emotionally.
Was she having an affair? Did she even love him or was she using him as a springboard for her true love: He's embarrassed to imagine such thing. In her personal effects, we learn that she was embarrassed by her own behavior. Call it slow, call it hand-wringing, call its camera work jarring, but these are matters of style that worked for the subject even if I wouldn't want to see more than a couple of movies a year that used them.
There are missteps, but not the sort that trip you up much during the watching.
There is at least one crucial Tessa scene—a misleading one at that—that we the audience see but which Justin has no knowledge of and which the characters involved would never divulge. If we can see this, why not other scenes that explain the mystery fully? But the only serious misstep is the ending. Justin may be a changed man, but he's still got a Englishman's stiff upper lip.
The story opens with two mysteries for its protagonist, Justin Quayle Ralph Fiennesto solve. His wife, a British aid worker in Kenya, has been raped and murdered in a remote area while on a trip of vague purpose.
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Rather than pausing to mourn, Justin sets out to discover not only why she was killed but also who she really was and if she ever truly loved him. Fiennes gives a spare, elegant performance as the quiet, unprepossessing Justin. He got it right with Eve. The sight leads Justin into a flashback about his first meeting with Tessa: Embarrassed by her fervor, the rest of the students audience?
Tessa has discovered that a corporation is testing an experimental tuberculosis vaccine on the Kenyan villagers, which they accomplish by requiring them to take part in the study in order to get the treatments they need.
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They dismiss her as a dangerous leftist nut and attempt to suppress her report. Justin is left wondering just what she found and if it was what led to her demise.
Tessa herself is a more compelling enigma than the circumstances of her death. The Constant Gardener is a rare murder mystery in which the victim is more than a body and the mystery is less who killed her than who she was when she was alive.
Affable, distracted Justin knows Tessa little better than the audience does, and the journey he begins after her death is far more about finding the truth about her than it is about finding justice.
His investigation ultimately reveals information about Tessa and facets of her personality that he had been too inattentive to notice while she was alive. What he discovers is complicated and moving, the richest part of the film.