If Jobs was prepping for conciliation, it didn't show in the choice of movie he wanted to see with Murray that night.
He picked Patton, the epic of the never-surrender general.
But he had lent his copy of the tape to his father, who had once ferried troops for the general,
so he drove to his childhood home with Murray to retrieve it.
His parents weren't there, and he didn't have a key.
They walked around the back, checked for unlocked doors or windows, and finally gave up.
The video store didn't have a copy of Patton in stock,
so in the end he had to settle for watching the 1983 film adaptation of Harold Pinter's Betrayal.