We start from the moment that Part I ends. Bella has just opened her eyes.
She sees everything. Tiny cracks in the walls. Dust in the air.
She looks down at his hand and then at hers.
She sees the ring and moves to embrace him.
She’s stronger than she thinks and he winces in pain.
“It’s your turn to break me,” he says.
He tells her she’s beautiful and takes her to a mirror. She looks at her new eyes.
She wants to see her daughter, but Edward says that she needs to hunt first to get her strength.
We cut to them running through the woods. They’re moving super-fast, but the world slows so we can see their perspective.
Again, Bella sees everything. Flowers in bloom. A spider spinning a web.
Bella leaps, gliding over a waterfall.
Edward tells her to listen. She hears owls. A chipmunk. Finally, a deer!
She moves in for the kill, but — all of a sudden — there’s a mountain climber in the distance who cuts his hand.
Unable to control herself, she races, rapidly climing to rock to attack.
Edward won’t let her attack the climber. He tells her that she’s doing great and that even experienced vampires have trouble with resisting the smell of human blood.
She’s angry, but stops her approach, jumping right off the mountain into the woods.
Deciding to go after the deer after all, she stalks her prey.
Just as she’s about to attack, however, a mountain lion moves in.
She leaps, catching the mountain lion in mid-air and tearing it apart.
She takes its life instead, letting the deer run free.
Edward and Bella head back to the house. Jacob is there and comes out to greet them.
He tells her that her eyes are weird.
He mentions the baby and Bella asks, “Since when do you care about Renesmee?”
Edward and Jacob exchange an awkward look.
Bella smells Jacob and tells him that she finally realizes what everyone has been talking about: he really does stink.
He smiles and tells them that they’re a beautiful couple.