The feature-length film sequel to the acclaimed television drama catches up with Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) after the events of the finale.
One of the final scenes sees Pinkman handed a new identity by Ed the Disappearer (Robert Forster) as he begins a new life in Alaska.
He hands Ed a final letter to one individual and, as Jesse drives away, we see who it’s addressed to: Brock Cantillo.
Breaking Bad fans will remember that Brock, played in the series by Ian Posada, is the young child of Jesse’s girlfriend Andrea (Emily Rios), who is murdered in cold blood by Todd (Jesse Plemons).
It’s unknown what Jesse has written to Brock, but it’s no doubt an apology for involving his mother in his meth cooking drama.
More than 10 characters from the series returns for the film, and you can find a full list here.
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie is available to stream on Netflix now. Read our review of El Camino here.
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