These Final Hours (2013) Movie Script

306, do you copy?
212, this is 306. I've got you.
Everybody's gone.
Did you get that?
212, do you copy?
Hi, Mum.
It's Bernard. Um...
it's pretty scary. I'm OK.
I hope you and Dad are too.
Hey, it's me. I don't know
if you've heard the news yet.
I'm just at work.
They're telling me not to leave.
I don't know what to do.
I just hope
you get home safely.
Hey, kiddo.
It's your dad.
I'm looking forward
to seeing you tomorrow.
Just want you to know
I'm thinking about you
and I can't wait
to give you a big hug.
It's crazy, dude!
Can you at least call back?
I'm totally freaking out
right now.
I love you.
I love you. I love you.
You can survive this thing.
Just get out of the city
and stay away from the coast.
I told you we were gonna
fuckin' die from heat.
We're totally gonna die.
Please, can anybody
hear me? Please respond.
God, he loves you!
This is VK6DF checking in
for the first time today.
Is there anybody out there?
Here it is, folks.
It's happened.
Approximate location of impact,
the North Atlantic.
Approximate time of impact
at 7:30am Perth time...
- ...which was...
- Thy kingdom come.
...10 minutes ago.
I just hope you're all
keeping safe out there,
you're surrounded
by your families...
Fuck off.
looking after each other.
The eastern coastline of North
America has been affected.
Also the West African coastline.
As of now,
all of western Europe's gone.
It's gone.
As I speak to you right now...'s making its way
towards our fair nation.
Stop! Stop, please!
It's not too late
to change your mind.
Be a great view from here.
There's no shame in checking out
ahead of time, folks.
You gotta do
what you gotta do.
It's here. It's real.
We're already fucking dead.
It's gonna fucking hurt.
And I don't want
to feel it.
I don't want
to feel a thing.
Just want to get fucked up.
Go to your party.
Fuck your girlfriend.
You could forget about...
all of this.
We have 12 hours, people.
That's all.
- Go, go, go! Turn around!
- Fuck!
- What are you...?
- Get on with your fuckin' day!
Come on! Fuck me dead!
- Take the fucking car.
- Come on! Move it!
- Go easy!
- Come on!
He burnt me!
Fuckin' foil!
And they call me crazy.
They'll be the first to go,
down in their bunkers, waiting.
Like fuckin' beef in a stew.
Fuckin' beef in a crockpot.
There's just no telling
some people, is there?
- I said, fuckin' is there?!
- No, mate.
There he is.
Stop here! Stop, stop, stop!
Give us the keys!
Give us the fuckin' keys!
Give us the fuckin' keys!
I got some errands
to take care of, alright?
Like, I shouldn't be driving
in my condition.
You just fuckin' try me!
You won't believe
how fast I can run!
- Shit!
- Oi!
What did I fuckin' say?
Fuck me dead.
Hey! Hey! Hey!
- Hey, where are you going?
- Piss off!
Come here!
Come on.
Here, kitty, kitty.
Hey! Hey, come here!
Put me down! Please.
I just want my dad.
Let me go.
Somebody help!
Please, I just want my dad.
Help me, please!
Please help! Someone!
- Somebody help me, please!
- Shut up!
I said,
shut up in there!
Give us
some bloody peace and quiet.
- Let me out!
- Quiet!
What are you
talking about?
I said shut up! Jesus Christ!
We're not fucking around!
Let me out! Please!
Please let me out of here!
Let me out of here.
Please! Let me out of here!
- Let me out of here!
- Hey!
There's enough of her
for both of us.
It's OK.
Let's get out of here.
Get in the van.
I don't know these men.
I'm just taking their van.
What? What?
I want my dad.
Listen! It's just not safe here!
Get in the van!
Please. Please.
They said
they'd help me find Dad,
but they... they went
a different way.
They said
it was a short cut.
He's 42.
He's got black hair.
- I need some water.
- He was looking for some petrol.
- Maybe you've seen him.
- Shush! Can you just...
Is there any water?
There's this.
You shouldn't drink and drive.
It's dangerous.
- Where do you live?
- Dad burnt our house down.
He said he didn't want anyone
breaking in and living there.
Oh, fuck.
Said the house memories were
our memories, no-one else's.
- So he set it on fire.
- Well...
Where'd you
last see your dad?
When we ran out of petrol
on the way to Aunty Janice's.
Told me to hide
while he found some more.
No, there's gotta be somewhere
I can leave ya.
- Everyone's at Aunty Janice's.
- Where's that?
In Roleystone.
No, no, no, no, no.
Maybe Dad's back at the car,
looking for me.
In Malaga.
You know
where the ice rink is?
Shut up!
They're shooting again.
Central America.
10 hours, folks.
- Over.
- Dad!
- Dad!
- Fuck.
- He's not here.
- Dad!
- Dad!
- That's enough.
- Dad!
- Hey, it's enough.
He's not here.
He's not here.
Well, then...
he must be at Aunty Janice's.
He said if we ever got separated
that we should meet there.
This is what he looks like.
Where's your mum?
She died.
I've gotta get going.
Well... maybe you could
take me to my aunt's.
I've got hardly enough petrol
to get where I'm going.
Well, there'll be petrol
at my aunt's.
My sister lives near here.
You'll like her. She's nice.
She has three little girls.
You'll be safe there, alright?
Come on. We're going.
I need to be with my dad
when it happens.
I'm Rose.
This is VK6DF checking in
for the sixth time today.
My mother, she said that, uh,
science always had it
over religion,
and right up to this point,
I always believed that.
But I don't know.
Funny how you can
turn to God
when you got no real faith
in him.
Stace! It's Jimmy!
It's not Christmas.
Why don't you go
for a swim in the pool?
- I'm gonna look upstairs.
- But I don't have my bathers.
- Just go in your dress.
- Really?
So where's your sister?
She's not here.
Where are you going?
Big party-
Maybe someone at the party
can take me to Aunty Janice's.
How'd you find this place
We used to come here
when I was little.
I feel safe here.
Listen, Zo,
I know you're for keeping
your wits about you when it happens,
but, fuck, you sure
you won't take something?
Like, something to take
the edge off a little?
Hey, come on, Zoe.
You said...
Hey. You said
you wouldn't do that.
Come on.
It was... I just...
- Oh...
- Please.
I just, um...
I'm pregnant, James.
You took a test
or something?
I wanted to know.
I needed to be sure.
I mean, what difference
does it make?
What do you think, huh?
A little boy
or a little girl?
I don't know.
He would have been handsome,
just like his dad.
This is bullshit. Fuck.
This is bullshit.
You shouldn't have told me.
- Where the fuck are my keys?
- Stay here with me, James.
Why? And stare out into
the fucking ocean waiting for it?
There's still time!
What fucking difference
does it make?
We're already fucking dead!
We're already fucking dead.
It's gonna hurt a lot.
And I don't want
to feel it.
I don't want to
feel a thing.
Life is stronger
than death, James.
I can't.
I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
I just want to
get fucked up.
You know,
Dad says when it happens,
the earth's gonna
peel like an orange
but the peel
is made out of fire.
Didn't sugar-coat it
for you, did he?
This'll stop the bleeding.
You ever think you might end up in hell
instead of heaven?
That'd be awful.
Sometimes I worry, though,
I'm going to hell instead.
Why do you think
you might end up in hell?
There was this girl
in my class.
She used to tease me
all the time.
One day last year, I prayed
to God that she would die.
She died just before
this year's sports carnival.
She'd gotten leukaemia.
I don't think her getting cancer
had anything to do with you.
Or you praying to God.
It just happens.
Some people get sick
and some people don't.
But Dad always said that God
has a perfect plan for everyone
and that plan never fails.
Well, if this was
God's perfect plan,
then he was
a real fucking idiot.
- I want to go home!
- Come on, Jane.
- Get out of the car.
- Come on.
- Come on.
- Where are we going?
Just grab your bag.
- No! No!
- Shh! Shh!
- Oh, please, just listen.
- Hey.
- It's very important.
- Excuse me. Excuse me.
This girl's lost.
Can I leave her with you?
Gary, for God's sake.
Get them out of here.
Gary, please!
- Can we go, James?
- Yeah, come on.
- Sorry.
- Wait.
Can I talk to you,
just for a sec?
- Please.
- What?
Just sit down.
OK. Just go read a book
over there, Rose.
What? What do you want?
Hayley, please sit down.
I've tried to do what's right.
But I can't anymore.
I love 'em too much. I can't
watch 'em suffer like this.
- What sort of dad would I be?
- Hayley, get back here!
- Dad! Dad! Dad!
- Sweetheart, come back. Gary!
You listen to Mummy, please.
Could you do it?
Clean, right in the back of their heads.
- No.
- Please!
I've got a picture book.
I'll read it to them.
You just do it. Clean.
Right in the back of their heads.
They won't feel a thing,
and then it'll be over.
There's four bullets in there,
one for each of us.
- No.
- Please. Please.
Then forgive me, then.
Forgive me...
for what I gotta do.
Say it.
Say you forgive me.
Say it.
I forgive you.
Come on.
I hope
you're looking after yourselves out there,
and each other.
These are the things
we gotta hold onto.
When it reaches us here
in Perth,
I know for a fact
that I can sit here and go,
"I had my faults, but...
but I was a good man."
Hello, Freddy?
Oi, Freddy, it's James.
- Who's that, man?
- It's Jimmy. Open up the gate!
Jimmy! Where you been, man?
Vicky's mega-pissed, dude.
Just open up the gate,
will you, dickhead?
- Is Vicky your girlfriend?
- Yeah.
Well, why is she
mad at you?
'Cause I should have
been here earlier!
Bloody hell.
Hey. Jimmy!
Shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot,
shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot,
shoot, shoot, shoot,
shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot,
shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot,
shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot,
shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot,
shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot...
Shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot,
shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot,
shoot, shoot, shoot...
Fuck yeah!
Jimmy, you mad fuck!
You look like shit, man.
Bring it in, dickhead.
- Where's Vicky?
- Hey, man.
Can you believe I thought no-one
was gonna come to my party, man?
Just look at these fuckers.
They're just going off, man.
They're just... You know what I mean?
They're getting fucked.
Oh! And they're just
loving each other, man.
They're just aiming life the way
they want to have life!
- Where's Vicky?
- Who the fuck are you?
Oi! Where's Vicky?
Jesus! I don't know. Fuck!
She's gotta be fuckin' somewhere.
You should find her.
She doesn't like being left alone.
She's somewhere, man.
You'd better fuckin' find her, man!
- I know!
- Oi! Oi.
It's done. Downstairs.
It's fuckin' done,
and it's beautiful, Jim.
You wait till you see it, man.
Don't tell anybody.
Just keep it on the down low.
Just shh.
Alright, huh?
Fuck yeah!
Hey, Jimmy! You made it.
Nice one, bro! Whoo!
James, I don't think anyone here
will take me to Aunty Janice's.
- It's me, baby.
- Move.
Where are you going?
Um, is there
anything to eat?
Ah, Jimmy, bro,
what you doing?
Mandy? Hey, hey, it's me.
It's Mummy.
Hey, it's Mummy.
Mandy, don't be scared.
- It's Mummy. Mandy.
- Oi, oi.
- Oi! Her name's Rose, not Mandy.
- No, it's my little Mandy.
You want to be my little Mandy?
I don't mind.
- James!
- Hey! Piss off.
James, I don't like it here.
Just eat your chips.
How you been?
I've been going crazy, out of my mind.
This is Rose.
She's looking for her dad.
Oh! You brought a kid, James?
Are you fuckin' serious?
- I didn't plan for this.
- We need to fuck now.
Hey. Hi.
How about you go and cool off
in the pool
whilst Uncle James
and I go inside
and we have
a little chat, huh?
- Go on! Don't be shy. Jump in.
- Oi. Oi, Vic. Vic.
- James. What?
- James?
- Just go for a swim, alright?
- But, James, what if...
Rose, you'll be fine, OK?
It's hot. Just get in.
I never would have picked you
for the fatherly type.
I was so scared
you weren't gonna make it.
What's wrong?
What the fuck
am I supposed to do with that?
What the fuck, James?
Least you could do
is make me come.
Fuck, you can be
a selfish prick.
My sister's dead, Vic.
She killed herself.
She fuckin' killed herself.
Her and Greg topped themselves,
in the shower.
And the girls.
And the girls, I found 'em.
They're gone.
They're fucking gone.
What's the matter with you?
Did you hear what I said?
Why'd you
just tell me that?
I mean, what's the point
of knowing that?
You're here now.
Can't we just have
a good fuckin' time?
Selfish fuckin' prick.
What the hell's
the matter with you?
Come on. Freddy says we have
five, six hours max.
Let's just
make the most of it, OK?
Have some.
I'll tell you what, huh?
Baby. Look. Listen.
How about I give you
a sneak peek?
You're so beautiful.
Oh, hey, look. Hey.
You remind me so much
of my little Mandy.
I know how sad you're feeling
right now,
but I...
I have just the thing for it.
It's easy.
Ahh! See?
Now it's your turn. You do.
Now it's your turn.
Will you take me
to my aunt's place if I do?
First things first.
So pretty.
Give me the torch.
Pretty fuckin' cool, huh?
Freddy made it all happen,
just like he said.
I want to cover
every bit of cement with colour.
It'll make a real difference,
don't ya reckon?
Freddy reckons there's
enough supplies to last a year.
So, what do you think
of our new home?
- Huh?
- We're all dead, Vic.
We're all dead.
You, me, Freddy. Everyone.
It's the fucking end.
You need to be
a fuckload deeper than this.
A fuckload deeper.
Thousands of kilometres deeper,
just for a fucking start.
And then
what do you think?
Things are just gonna
fucking clear up
and that we can just go back out,
get on with fucking life -
whoop-de-fucking-do -
after a fucking year?
Huh? Look around, Vic.
I mean,
just fucking look around.
This is a fucking coffin,
not a home.
Why are you being so mean?
Freddy said we could
survive it down here.
Freddy's offering us hope
down here.
Don't you want to be with me,
down here?
You went and saw her.
You never even went
and saw your family, did ya?
This whole time, you were
fuckin' her brains out by the beach.
You could have stayed there.
Bet you're
fuckin' kicking yourself now.
You think you're better
than all of this?
Better than me, hey?
You're not.
You're worthless.
And you're a bad fuckin' liar.
Fucking hate you!
I fucking...
Fuck you, ya fuckin' prick!
Fuck you!
I don't want to die!
James, I'm so scared!
I don't want to die!
I don't want to die!
- Stop, Vic. Stop.
- I'm so scared, James.
I'm sorry. I'm so scared.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
- I'm sorry.
- Kiss me, James.
- Stop, Vic. Stop.
- Kiss me.
- Vic, stop! Please.
- Please, kiss me.
- Please stop, Vic, Vic.
- Kiss me!
Stop. Stop.
Stop. Stop. Stop.
Stop, stop. Stop.
- Kiss me.
- Please stop. Stop.
- Please. Kiss me.
- Please stop.
I'm scared.
I'm scared too.
I'm scared. Yeah.
Just listen to me.
I came here because
I didn't know what to think.
I didn't know what to do.
Just wanted to block it out
and get fucked up.
I can't.
I can't block it out.
What are you gonna do?
I'm gonna take that girl
back to her dad.
- No.
- It's where she belongs.
What about you, though?
Where do you belong?
Not here.
I'm sorry.
Vic, I'm sorry.
If you leave,
I'll kill you.
- Vic.
- And then I'll kill myself.
Oh! Jesus Christ, Vic!
What are you doing?
You knew I wanted to show Jimmy
this place myself.
And you had to
fuckin' do it, didn't ya?
Why are you crying?
Why is she crying, Jim?
What's going on?
What did I miss?
Why is she crying?
Jim? Talk to me, dickhead.
Why the fuck is she crying?
Stop fucking telling her
these crazy stories of survival!
It's not right!
She's your fuckin' sister!
Stop telling her
everything's gonna be OK!
- It is gonna be OK!
- It's not!
- You shut the fuck up.
- You don't belong down here.
- What are you talking about?
- You don't belong down here.
- What's he been saying, darling?
- We're not deep enough.
We're all gonna die.
You fuckin' killjoy!
You fuckin' get back here, Jim!
Rose! Rose!
- Hey, Jimmy, man.
- Rose! Rose! Rose!
- What'd you do to her?
- Never mind. She's mine.
- Mandy!
- Her name's not Mandy!
It's Rose! What's wrong?
She's burning up.
What'd you give to her?
- Nothing!
- What'd you fuckin' give to her?
- What did you give to her?
- I didn't give her anything!
- Sorry, Rose.
- Mandy!
Her name's Rose!
It's not Mandy!
He's got my daughter!
- He's got my daughter!
- Fuck off!
Not cool, man. Alright?
Not cool.
Not cool!
Not cool, Jimmy!
Just trying to have a good time
and you spoil it, man.
OK? You can't push women
like that.
Alright? You fuckin' killjoy.
You fuckin' ungrateful fuck!
She's not good. She's not good.
Just let us leave.
- No! He's got my Mandy!
- Oi! Fuck off!
- I want my Mandy!
- Put her fucking down!
Her name's Rose!
- Put her fucking down!
- She's fuckin' crazy.
Look at her.
She's off her fuckin' dial!
- I'm not putting her down.
- Yes, you fuckin' are.
- Just shoot him!
- I'm not putting her down!
Just shoot him!
Just shoot him!
- Fuck, man.
- I'm not putting her down.
I've got a bullet for your head
if you don't put her down.
- Give me the gun, Freddy.
- Vicky, what are you doing?
You're embarrassing me
in front of everybody.
- Just shoot him!
- Don't do that.
Shoot him!
Just fuckin' shoot him!
Vicky, please.
- Just fucking shoot him!
- Vic!
Just fucking shoot him!
Fuck, yeah, bitches!
No! No, no, no! No! No!
- No!
- Dad...
- Fuck!
- My skin's hot.
Come on. Drink. Drink.
..Tiger land
In any weather,
we will see us with a grin...
Hold tight, Rose.
Hold tight.
When we're behind,
we don't mind
We are gonna win
We're from Tiger land
The fighting fury,
Tiger land
And if you see us...
Oi, oi! Eh! Fuckin'... Eh!
Mate, mate,
mate, mate, mate!
Fuck's sake!
Get back here!
Hold on. Hold on, Rose.
It's Jimmy, Mum!
It's OK, Rose.
Mum, it's Jimmy! Mum!
I've got a little girl!
She needs help!
Mum, she's burning up! Please!
Mum, come on!
Don't kick
the fuckin' door!
OK, Rose. OK.
You little prick.
There's no way
you were coming back.
And now here you are,
just like that.
- I was.
- Oh, yeah.
I was, alright?
I wondered
what I'd say to you
if you did somehow
magically appear.
It's funny, you know, I...
I don't feel sad, happy.
Just numb inside.
I was gonna swing by, Mum.
What do you want me to say, huh?
Do you think
I planned for this?
- Can I bum a demon?
- Knock yourself out.
You seen your sister,
by any chance?
Well, I went round there
Had some chocolates
for the girls.
I knocked, waited, no answer.
Called out, like an idiot.
No-one came to the door.
Not even the girls.
Oh, so selfish.
I don't have rights
to see my own grandkids.
It's that husband of hers.
He's driven a wedge.
- Didn't you go inside?
- You even listening?
No-one came to the door.
I could tell that they were at home.
Well, I did
go around today.
- Thought you said you didn't.
- Well, I did.
I wanted to use the car.
So I went inside.
There was a note on the coffee table
saying they'd gone.
Packed up and left.
Gone? Gone where?
Didn't say, alright?
Just said they'd gone.
Explains why no-one went
to the fuckin' front door.
I mean, at least
they're all together, right?
Oh... who'd want
to live in a world
where you can't even
say goodbye to your grandkids?
Sometimes, I swear,
the end can't come soon enough.
How much petrol
you got in the Laser, Mum?
- You are unbelievable.
- How much?
Who you trying to impress?
Running around,
trying to help this girl.
I'm just trying
to help her, Mum.
If you can't understand that,
then that's your problem.
Well, maybe I can't understand.
I'm just your stupid mother.
What would I know?
What would I know about you?
- It's gone. Someone pinched it.
- When?
Does it matter?
You stubborn old bat.
Try the shed.
There's a couple of Jerry cans
floating round in there.
Mick down the street,
he never came back for 'em
once his shed was done.
He won't be
comin' back for 'em.
He went bush,
like a lot of those nut jobs.
Like that's gonna make
a bloody difference.
How about you, Mum?
What are you gonna do?
When it happens.
You got anything planned?
Got a few puzzles
I'll try and get finished.
Yeah. Good girl. Yeah.
There you go. Good? Yeah?
We're gonna see Dad.
You know what pisses me off
the most, James?
I already did this.
I already said goodbye to you
a number of times.
More than once.
And you had to turn up for real.
Sorry, Mum.
Don't be.
It's a good thing
what you're doing for her.
You better go.
Go on.
Good luck
with the puzzle, Mum.
South-East Asia's gone.
All of it's gone.
My brother Steve's
in Thailand.
I'm glad we got to
have that chat
before the phones
went down.
Hope you were
somewhere beautiful, bro.
Sorry, James.
What for?
That woman said
she'd take me to Aunty Janice's.
I shouldn't
have listened to her.
I keep getting you
into trouble.
No, no, no.
Don't be silly.
Alright? It's over now.
Don't be upset, alright?
You don't want your dad
to see you upset, do you?
- No.
- No.
You're a tough chick.
- Say it.
- I'm a tough chick.
- I didn't hear you.
- I'm a tough chick.
- I don't believe you.
- I'm a tough chick!
What happened
to your girlfriend?
Things didn't work out.
You broke up?
She was pretty
but not... that pretty.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
She was weird.
Thought you'd have had
a much nicer girlfriend than that.
Come on, James. Everyone's here!
Dad! Dad, I'm here!
Dad, it's me! Dad!
I'm here! Come on, guys,
it's me! Aunty Janice!
It's me! I'm here! Dad!
Where are you, Dad?
Dad, it's me!
- Hello?
- Dad!
Maybe they're
over at the pond.
Dad! Hello!
Hello? Dad?
- Aunty Janice!
- Hello!
- Rose!
- James.
- They're not here.
- You OK?
- They're not anywhere.
- Stop.
Did you find anyone?
- Rose, you can't go over there.
- Let me get past!
Rose, please.
Please. Come on.
Why not?
Why not?
You can't go down there
'cause they're...
- Dad! Dad!
- Hey! Hey!
Rose! Rose! You can't!
You don't know
what he looks like!
- Please, I need to see him.
- He's there, Rose. Stop!
Put me down!
Put me down, please!
- Put me down!
- Hey, sit.
- Sit down.
- Please!
I'm sorry. Rose. Rose!
I need to see him.
I need to make sure.
I'm sorry, Dad.
I love you.
- Rose? Rose.
- No!
- Now, come on.
- No. I don't want to go.
- Rose, he's dead.
- I'm not leaving him.
- Come on.
- No!
Come on, Rose.
Come on. Let's go.
- No, don't.
- Come on. Let's go.
Dad wanted us to be together
when it happened.
This is where
I need to be, James.
With Dad.
I'm sorry.
I wish you could have
met my dad.
It was in your dad's pocket.
I remember this day.
It was her birthday.
Dad got the waiters
to sing 'Happy Birthday' to her.
She looked
really embarrassed,
but I think
she secretly liked it.
You know,
I'd have been a dad, Rose.
Was that woman at the party
Not her.
Someone else.
Is she prettier
than the other one?
Then how come
you're not with her?
'Cause I messed things up.
I've messed
a lot of things up, Rose.
What did you do?
I left her all alone.
There's still time.
Sorry I bit you.
It's OK.
See ya.
See ya.
I'm gonna watch you
until I can't see you anymore.
Can you watch me too?
Until you can't see me?
Ladies and gents,
I'm sure you can all hear
that rumble in the air.
We've got
just under an hour.
I just...
...just don't know
what to say.
I'm trying to think
of something poetic.
It's coming.
It's coming.
No! No! No, no, no, no! No!
No! No!
Maybe it's nothing more
than hope.
Or maybe
we'll see each other again.
Well, wouldn't that
be something?
Wouldn't that be something?
Zoe! Zoe!
I'm here.
- Don't you touch me.
- I'm here.
- Don't you fucking touch me!
- Zoe!
- I'm sorry. Zoe!
- You left me alone!
I'm sorry. Zoe. I'm sorry.
- You left me!
- I'm sorry!
I'm sorry. I'm here!
I love you so much.
I'm sorry.
I'm here.
I love you so much.
I love you.
- I love you.
- I love you.
It's beautiful.