In the Frank Capra's 1946 classic film, "It's A Wonderful Life", there are things about George Bailey that puzzle me.
In one scenario, Mr. Potter offers him a 3-year contract at $20,000/year (total of $60,000) and, at first, George considers taking it after wanting 24 hours to think it over. But, after George shakes Potter's hand, he suddenly turns it down and blows his chance at making it big.
In another scenario, Clarence (George's guardian angel) repeatedly tells him why things are different after he makes a wish to never have been born. But, George refuses to accept what Clarence tells him and thinks he's going crazy. He can't understand why everything is different...Martini's bar is now Nick's bar and nobody knows who he is (including his own mother)...even though Clarence already told him, time and time again.
As I said before, what's up with him? For those of you who have seen this movie, can you answer this question? Thanks in advance.