On the way home from school one afternoon, a 10-year-old North Dakota boy named Wesley (newcomer Danny Murphy) stumbles upon a man (Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul, playing a character who is never given a name) passed out on the side of the road—bleeding, nearly frozen and clearly on the verge of dying. Wesley pulls the man to an abandoned barn next to his family’s rather isolated property, brings him food, medical supplies, blankets and anything else he may need to survive. As he continues his daily routine of going to school and being bullied relentlessly, Wesley learns that a terrible crime has been committed in a nearby town, leaving a handful dead and a suspect in the wind, one who may be injured himself. This is The Parts You Lose (2019) movie plot you are reading. Watch The Parts You Lose full movie online on filmxy.
Being a smart kid, Wesley figures out that his new friend is said suspect and that he may not be the nicest guy. But strangely, the two form a bond based on feeling like outsiders to the world at large, and they begin a partnership based on looking out for each other. Young Wesley is deaf (as is the actor who plays him) and he communicates via sign language that he, in turn, teaches Paul’s character. In return, Paul teaches Wesley how to stick up for himself, even if doing so means getting violent. Some of the lessons aren’t exactly appropriate but they instill just enough confidence in the boy that they seem to do the trick. The movie is available in HD free for download.
Wesley’s home is not an ideal place for a boy with his condition. His protective mother (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) is an absolute angel with Wesley and his younger sister. She’s learned sign language as well, and the three are clearly happy as a trio. Unfortunately, Wesley’s frequently absent father (Scoot McNairy) decides to come back from a spell working out of state at this moment, and becomes an additional (often drunk) burden on the family, particularly Wesley, whose deafness his father never bothered to adjust to. In fact, he sees the boy like a busted TV that you can just smack around a few times in order to get it working again.