Later, Peter was credited with attempting to save his Tim. As a reward, Tim’s family gave him the art gallery. Peter was horrified as he watched the film of his life.
I'm glad I saved the mirror. Think of how much money I could've lost.
The mirror began to tell Peter’s story. “You were best friends with Daisy Waters from the time when you were little until you started your gallery. Daisy was a free spirit. The gallery changed you. You became materialistic and selfish, but Daisy remained untouched by the world.”
“Daisy was the only other person who knew what had really happened to Tim, and she did not speak to you for years on account of it.” Peter asked the mirror what happened to Daisy. “Daisy is dead. One night, she appeared at your house, soliciting a donation for one of her charities. You told her that you would make a donation if you were able to sell her one of kind mirror - me. She agree and you drove off with her and me.”
Why are you leaving me?
That night, the roads were icy and your car careened off of a bridge into the freezing water. The car began to sink, and you chose to rescue the mirror instead of Daisy. You swam with me back to this island while Daisy drowned.
Peter was appalled and asked the mirror how he could make everything right. The mirror told Peter that it would take the ultimate act of selflessness to be forgiven.
Peter promised that if rescued he will sell the mirror and use all monies to start the learn to swim foundation . As Peter says this, a yacht moors off the coast of the island. Peter joins the crew of the yacht, leaving the mirror behind. An unheard voice cries from the mirror.