Patrick thus sets out to prove that Steering is responsible so that he doesn't make her his next victim.
The story here is pretty typical, and there aren't many surprises along the way.
When she co-wrote and directed her 2006 film “Boynton Beach Club,” Susan Seidelman was trying to celebrate retirees living in a gated community but not retiring from the world.
Based on an idea from her mother who still lives in such a community in Boynton Beach, the film had a starry cast including Dyan Cannon, Sally Kellerman, Brenda Vaccaro and Michael Nouri as residents getting back into the dating game after the loss of spouses.
Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental, with the exception of Francis Crockett, who was modeled after the picture's producer.
The college student Patrick Costello shares an apartment with his childhood friend Nick and has a crush on his professor Laurel Young.
Patrick has premonitions through dreams and daydreams since he was a kid and recently he is foreseeing the deaths of young women.
He was married to Summer's mother until his daughter was 13 years old, when Summer's mother left for unexplained reasons.
This was at the time that Luke Ward had his 13th birthday party, which also when Seth had his Bar Mitzvah.