|“||I represent your ex-husband John. In the event of his death I was instructed to contact you.||”|
— Feldman tells Jill about John's last will[src]
He was portrayed by Jeff Pustil.
John Kramer's Final Request
Bernie Feldman was an executor responsible for informing the surviving dependants about the final requests of his clients in the event of their deaths. At some point, John Kramer, one of his clients, gave him a black box and an envelope for his ex-wife, Jill Tuck, and told him to contact her in the event of his death. Later, Feldman was shocked when he learned that John was an infamous serial killer known as Jigsaw. Nonetheless, he followed the instructions John had given to him. When John finally died at the hands of Jeff Denlon, one of his victims, Feldman called Jill to arrange an appointment with her. (Saw III, Saw V)
Shortly afterward, Jill visited him in his chancery. Upon entering, Feldman told her to take a seat. When she asked him about the reason for his call, he explained to her that he was John's executor and, thereby, voiced his surprise of the revelation of John's true identity. Afterward, he opened the envelope given to him by John, which contained a videotape that John had filmed before his death. In his video, he apologized to Jill for the death of their unborn son, Gideon, who died during a miscarriage when Cecil Adams, one of Jill's former patients, robbed her at the Homeward Bound Clinic. John deemed himself partly responsible for this tragic incident due to his support of her work at the clinic. He also told her that he still loved her and would always do so. Finally, John informed her about the box, saying that its contents were of grave importance. Despite their disagreements on his methods and moral beliefs, he claimed to fully trust her that she would know what to do with the things in the box. As the video ended, Feldman finally handed her the box and put it on a table. Jill took off her necklace, which had a key attached to it. John had given this key to her during their final conversation on the day of his death. Upon unlocking and opening the box, Jill seemed to be shocked by its contents. When Feldman curiously asked her what was in the box, she closed the lid, thanked Feldman for his call, and then left his office with the box. (Saw IV, Saw V)
Bernie Feldman was a very calm individual. During his work as an executor, he treated both his clients and their surviving dependants with great respect and showed an understanding of their difficult emotional situations. He was also very responsible and conscientious, as seen when he carried out John's last request even though he was shocked when he learned that John was the Jigsaw Killer.
- Feldman's receptionist was played by Dana Sorman, the real-life receptionist for Evolution Entertainment, the company that produced the Saw films under Mark Burg and Oren Koules.
Appearances and References
|Saw||Saw II||Saw III||Saw IV||Saw V||Saw VI||Saw VII||Jigsaw||Spiral|
|Full Disclosure Report||The Scott Tibbs Documentary||Saw: The Video Game||Saw II: Flesh & Blood|