There are a few observations that I made from the short but hightened trailer (with music to match). Sofia is houseproud and keeps her place nice, with pleasant pictures on the walls and fresh flowers. (Just like Summer herself would be, as photoed by a snapper at a market in Studio City).
We are led to believe that she is happy in her 'little life' and has all the ideals and things that a young mother would expect. She is probably tired, as it can also be seen that she has a baby (which she is holding when she answers the door to the lady DA). It's legs are quite long, so I'd guess a year old at least. The last thing a young mother needs is extra pressure in her life.
We are seeing it on the screen. Her husband has gone with another woman. Why the hell would he do that when he has his own wife? What made him go to another woman? Surely it is not the age old story, his wife has had a baby and now he does not see her the same way? I'm sure I know the answer; he is worried that he will give her AIDS.
In another clip, presumably the other woman is the reason for the fight. The cop-husband has to contain the situation, his job could be on the line. Perhaps this is why the DA lady has paid a visit? Did his wife complain. Did the husband complain.
Is it the camera observation outside the Gas station that made 2+2=4½ the reason she was called out?
The title itself and the glass of water is probably too much of a clue to discount as the ultimate reason for his not wanting to "fuck her before she shoots herself".
Why would the guy with the light brown leather jacket be peering and possibly yelling through a window and cause Sofia's officer husband any concern?
We know the film is about HIV and Texan laws based on fear of catching such a disease. It is likely understandable, that fear of these things can cause hysterical imaginings. Films on TV about killer viruses don't help.
I found this article and I'm pretty sure that this is what the film is based on: http://www.aidsmap.com/Texas-j....to-35-y