A Journey (2024) Movie Script

[vintage projector whirring]
[piano playing]
["Dito sa Puso Ko"
by Paolo Contis playing]
[man in Filipino]
Here, here in my heart
My love will never change
Oh, don't you worry, dear
My love will never fade away
Here in my heart!
- [in English] Hey, Thank you. Thank you.
- [crowd applauding]
[man] Oh, one more?
What's that?
No, I'm not allowed. Sorry.
How was it?
- How was it?
- Nice!
Yep. Uh.
Oh, I'm tired.
Last one, okay?
- Sorry.
- Ah, just kidding!
Oh, um remember a friend
who uh nearly became an actress?
- Janice Tibelin. [laughs]
- Janice Tibelin.
And, uh what about, uh Asher Paking?
That Paking, Asher! [laughs]
Uh what about Tina? Tina Galang?
What happened to her?
I don't know. I think she died.
[both laughing]
Oh, my God, you two.
Hey, we're funny.
No, you're not.
- Where to now?
- [both] Away.
- [all laugh]
- Another joke.
[bottles clink]
Hey. Hi.
We're your biggest fans.
Can we take a picture with you?
Ah, cool.
- [woman] Sit down.
- [man] I'll take one.
- I'm already up.
- Just sit down.
- Okay. Would you take it?
- Okay. Okay.
Smile. One, two.
- Do a wacky one! [laughs]
- [man] Okay.
You look great. Thank you.
- Thank you, Kristoff.
- Thank you, Kristoff. [chuckles]
Jeez, you guys.
- Was that your best wacky face? Oh my God.
- [Kristoff laughs]
Oh, you're on a whole other level.
Go easy on me.
They came to me, didn't they?
Yes, they did, but you love the attention.
[chuckling] Watch it.
I think Shane's feeling left out. Okay.
- We'll take a selfie then we're all happy.
- [Shane and Kristoff] Okay.
Yeah, yeah. The camera.
- Look. All ready.
- [Kristoff groaning]
- Okay, we'll see your wacky face.
- [Kristoff] Uh.
- [Shane chuckles]
- One, two.
[phone beeps]
- Okay. Then we'll all be wacky. [laughs]
- Wacky! [laughs]
- Okay.
- [phone beeps]
- Okay. Okay.
- [Shane and Kristoff chuckle]
Happy 39th birthday, Shane!
Happy 39th birthday!
- Oh, okay. Let's do this!
- [all cheering]
[crickets chirping]
[door unlocks]
[Shane groans] What the hell?
[man] Sorry, sorry.
[both groaning]
- Hold on, hold on.
- Where's the couch? I gotta sit down.
[both sighing in relief]
[Shane groaning loudly]
Oh, my head hurts.
Ugh, I'm never drinking again.
You're such a liar.
- Happy birthday.
- [chuckles] Thank you, honey.
Love you.
Love you.
You smell.
Ugh! You smell like alcohol.
You do as well.
You smell more because you drank more.
Come on.
Time for a shower.
- Yeah. Come on, come on.
- Why don't we get naked here on the couch?
[Shane grunting]
Come on.
Get up.
Let's find Layla.
- Come on, let's shower.
- [man groans]
- Next time, less drinking.
- [Shane groans]
[both exhale deeply]
- Careful.
- [man] Sorry.
[peaceful music playing]
[Shane] Can you?
- Can you? [chuckles]
- Can you handle me? [laughs]
[Shane] Ugh, no.
Can you even stand in the shower?
[man laughs] No.
[Shane] Okay, can we fit through?
- Ready? One, two, three.
- [man] One, two, three.
[both laugh]
[both groan]
[music fades]
[birds chirping]
[phone ringing]
[phone beeps]
Yes, Cindy.
[Cindy] Hello, Mr. Kristoff!
The director's here.
Where are you?
Uh yes. I'm on the way now with Bryan.
Uh yep. See you soon.
[phone beeps]
[breathes deeply]
[line ringing]
[disconnection beeps]
[upbeat music playing]
Ma'am, would you please
put my things in the car?
- [maid] Yes, sir.
- Oh, and, uh open the gate.
- [maid] Of course, sir. Sir?
- Yes!
Wait, you forgot your bag.
[Kristoff sighs] I'm already late.
[gate clanging open]
[music continues]
[music fades]
[speaking in Filipino]
[in English] Okay. Yeah, right.
Okay. Okay, yeah.
That's it. Yeah.
Uh okay.
- Okay. Hi.
- Hello.
- Hi.
- Josh!
Did you drive yourself?
- Sure I did.
- Where is Bryan?
I don't know, he's not answering.
Ah, okay. So makeup.
Go relax.
[lamps clicking]
[director] Action.
I told you before.
You don't need to speak formally to me.
And why shouldn't I?
Once more and I'll kiss you.
I must keep doing it then. [chuckles]
- Good.
- Playback.
Someone get them a seat.
Thank you.
Good take! Close sequence.
- Good take. Good take.
- Lunch break, everyone.
Hey, do you want to eat out?
- Sure. Will they mind?
- [crew] Guys, it's time for lunch.
Josh. We're done here, right?
We thought we'd eat out.
Uh, okay.
But make sure you're not late back.
Hey, ready?
- I'll just get my bag.
- [director] Yeah, okay.
Not her.
That's Delgado's girl.
Delgado Malls?
She's Delgado Malls' girl.
Okay, we're just eating.
Well, don't say I didn't warn you
'cause I did.
- It's not a big deal.
- Okay. I tried.
Go, go.
[car horn honking]
[continues coughing]
[dramatic music playing]
[doctor] You have
a white-gray mass here, Shane.
It may not be serious,
but it could be a tumor.
I'd like to do a biopsy
so we know what we're dealing with.
I will refer you to a TCVS,
or a thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon.
[inhales] What if it is a tumor?
[doctor] When was your last checkup
with your oncologist?
[dramatic music continues]
[Shane] Not for five years.
But they didn't see anything
in the tumor markers, Doc.
And when I had a breast CA before,
I didn't experience any coughing.
[doctor] Let's do a biopsy first.
[music continues]
[inhaling deeply]
[exhaling deeply]
[footsteps approaching]
[music fades]
[clock ticking]
[door opens]
[door closes]
[Bryan] Morning, honey.
Sorry. Did my alarm wake you?
[Shane] No.
What's this?
It's back.
[somber music playing]
[sobs] What do you want for breakfast?
Hot dog or bacon?
[Shane exhales deeply]
Have some coffee.
[somber music continues]
[breathes deeply]
[chuckles lightly]
Don't worry.
We'll get a second opinion, okay?
Already did.
How come you didn't tell me, honey?
I could've come with you.
I'm okay.
Shane, don't you care about this?
Well, of course I do.
What do you want me to do?
Break down and cry about it?
I'm tired of that.
Honey, we got through it before, right?
- [shakily] Promise we'll do it again.
- [Shane] I don't want to.
Honey, we're still paying the debts
from the last time.
So what?
We'll just get a loan then.
I don't care what it takes,
but I'll make sure there's money.
[sighs] I don't want that.
[somber music continues]
What do you want then?
A lot of things.
I want to do things I want,
and not be sick thanks to chemo.
And I want to do it while I still can.
Shane, what are you talking about?
What am I supposed to do?
Just sit back and watch you get weaker?
- I'm sorry, but that's not happening...
- It is because it's what I want.
I get to decide
because I'm the one that's sick.
It's me who's got cancer, not you.
I choose, okay?
And I don't want any more chemo.
[Bryan sighs]
[Shane sighs]
I'm sorry, honey.
Just please understand
what I'm going through.
- [Bryan sobs]
- Hey!
[both sobbing]
Does your mother know yet? [sniffling]
[Shane] Mm-mm.
Let's leave it for now.
[somber music continues]
Stop crying, okay? Come on.
I bet the coffee's cold now.
[Shane laughs]
[Bryan sobbing]
It's okay.
[Kristoff] Dude, why are you quitting?
Did I say something wrong
or do something wrong?
I really don't understand.
Hey, man, I'll find a replacement
and I'll train them as best I can.
I'll teach them everything. Don't worry.
I won't leave you in the lurch.
[sighs] Fuck that.
[phone beeps]
[phone ringing]
[door opens]
[woman] Are you still angry?
Perhaps you don't have
the energy to go another round.
[sensual music playing]
Well? [chuckles]
You were my childhood crush.
I watched you when I was a young girl.
[chuckles softly]
Of course you did.
And I know you're just saying that
to make me feel old.
[both chuckle]
[giggling] Okay, fine. You got me.
- [action music playing]
- [Kristoff growls]
What the fuck is this? Huh?
- What the fuck is going on?
- [woman whimpering]
- Hey! Fucking get him!
- [woman] No!
So this is why
you weren't answering my calls!
[woman] No, no, no!
- Please.
- [Delgado] Huh?
[Kristoff groaning]
[action music continues]
[music fades]
[Shane] Hello!
Hello. And what's my beautiful wife up to?
Something amazing, no doubt.
[Shane] Mmm.
I'm working on my magic list.
[Bryan] Hmm.
[clears throat]
"Fix funeral details."
"Choose urn."
"Declutter wardrobe."
"Donate clothes."
"Donate books."
"Fix finances."
"Pay credit card."
"Give a list of passwords to Bryan."
"Visit old school."
"Eat exotic foods."
"See penguins."
"Have hair colored."
"Zip line."
- "Skinny dipping."
- [oven dings]
First, let's do that.
Ugh! Pervert.
Extreme girl.
[Shane] Hmm.
Mmm mm-mm.
[Bryan] Oh. Why'd you cross it out?
Ugh. Not sure I could manage it.
Okay. Let's look at the next one.
"Meet Ogie Alcasid."
[Shane laughs]
You never know. He might be at a mall.
- Of course he will.
- [Shane] I do.
Next one is, "Discover new places."
- "Watch the sunrise with Bryan."
- [Shane chuckles]
Hey, baby, I think you're in love.
Ugh! So full of yourself.
And Mr. T? Put that in there?
Hmm? No.
Pretty sure that's impossible.
[Bryan] Impossible?
But Ogie Alcasid isn't?
[laughing] Yeah, okay.
Ogie Alcasid is here in the Philippines.
As for Mr. T
don't know where he is.
Add him anyway.
[phone ringing]
Mmm, who is it?
[Bryan] It's Josh.
Hello? Hey, Josh.
[Josh] Hello, Bryan.
Do you know where Kristoff is?
So Kristoff, the actor,
and Star, his on-screen girlfriend
Oh my goodness!
The story is
that they went home with each other.
[woman] What's wrong with that?
Kristoff is single.
[man] That's the crazy thing.
Kristoff is single.
But the girl, Star Oh damn!
- She's someone's girlfriend.
- [woman] Yeah.
Her boyfriend, he's a rich businessman
who chopped him off.
[woman yelps]
[man] That would be shocking.
Imagine that.
- So then Kristoff doesn't have a
- Well, that's right. I'm just curious.
How's he gonna pee
if they chopped it off?
[music stops]
- Excuse me. Um room 306, please.
- [clerk] Yes, sir?
- Straight down the hall, and on your left.
- Thank you.
- [Shane] Thank you.
- No problem.
They've moved him.
Kevin's here.
[Bryan] Kevin.
they've decided
to shelve your project with Star.
And I'm sorry to say this,
but even your major endorsements
have been canceled.
What the hell?
I got beaten half to death,
and now I lose my job.
Don't worry, Tupe.
Let's just focus on your recovery.
Shane's right.
Focus on your recovery first.
Shane, Bryan,
make sure you look after him.
I'll see you soon.
- Okay. Thanks.
- Thank you, Kevin. You've been great.
- [Kevin] Bye.
- [Shane] Take care.
- [door closes]
- Okay. What really happened?
Well, I'm an idiot.
It was totally my own fault.
I went because I was horny.
Bro, it's all over the news,
as well as the internet.
It wasn't chopped off.
You wanna look?
- What? No! Oh!
- [playful music playing]
Oh, my God. You two are disgusting.
- [Bryan] Oh.
- Ugh! I'm right here.
- Well, it did get shorter.
- Ugh!
No, it's just not hard.
- Ugh! Disgusting.
- [Bryan chuckles]
[whimsical music playing]
- Home sweet home.
- [maid] Welcome back, sir.
- [Kristoff] Hello, my baby. I'm home.
- I'll put this in the washing machine.
- [Shane] It's okay, I've got it.
- [Kristoff] She'll take care of it.
- [Shane] Why always her?
- Go ahead.
- Jeez, I'll do it. You're such a baby.
- [maid] I'll take that.
[Shane] I've got it. No, please, really.
[sighs] Okay. All right. Thank you.
[glass clanking]
Tupe, you didn't finish this?
Hey Tupe, drink some water.
Here you go.
So, what's the real reason
behind you resigning?
[Shane exhales sharply]
[Shane sighing]
[smacks lips] Well, here it is.
My cancer's returned.
- [glass clattering]
- Guys.
I'm serious.
But I told him he didn't need to resign.
Hang on. If your cancer has returned,
then why are you going around
like everything's normal?
What about treatment?
And chemo?
Not doing chemo or any other treatment.
[dramatic music playing]
[Shane sips] Mmm.
- [Kristoff] You're not getting treatment?
- Do I need to repeat that?
God, you're just the same.
What's the plan if you're not doing chemo?
I'm doing things off my magic list.
What magic list?
[crickets chirping]
[music fades]
Oh. [laughs]
Thank you.
Bro, I'm gonna need your help.
Let's help her with her magic list.
Because if she finishes it,
she might get treatment.
And I promised that if she does that,
I'll come back to work.
Even if you still want to resign,
you know I'll help you guys.
So what's on this magic list?
[breathes deeply]
Who's this Mr. T?
[Bryan] Hmm.
He's her dad.
You two still aren't done yet?
I'm gonna go home, okay?
- [Bryan] Mmm. Okay.
- [Shane yawns]
Make sure you take a bath.
- Yeah, you're starting to smell. [laughs]
- [Bryan laughs]
Ugh! And that's why you get beaten up.
[Bryan laughs]
[joyful music playing]
[Shane] Wait, I don't think
there are penguins here.
- Where are we really going?
- It's a surprise.
A surprise?
Where the heck is this?
Where are we going?
- Oh, babe, come on now.
- What?
I think you know exactly
where we're going.
- You remember?
- It's familiar. I mean, I think it is.
- [laughs]
- You're such a liar.
- You are a liar.
- [Bryan] Really?
[Shane] Oh!
Are we really going
where I think we're going?
- No!
- [Bryan and Kristoff] Surprise!
[all laughing]
- I'll open the window.
- Oh! Oh, wow!
[joyful music continues]
Oh, I miss this!
Hey, watch your head!
- It might get...
- It might get cut off? [laughs]
- [Kristoff] Oh!
- [Shane] Wow!
[Kristoff] At last!
- [Bryan] Hey, wait for me!
- [Kristoff] Hurry up!
- [Bryan] Honey, careful.
- [Shane] Hello! You're all grown up now.
Where's your mom?
Fine, go on.
Oh, look at all this!
My God, we were kids here.
I've so missed this place.
[Bryan] We still are.
[Shane laughs]
- [young Shane] That one, Tupe! One more!
- [young Bryan] That's it!
That one too, Tupe!
That one too, Tupe!
[joyful music continues]
["Tabing Ilog" by Vanessa Garcia playing]
Oh, catcher!
- Can you get down?
- [Kristoff] Maybe.
- Actually, can you help me?
- [Bryan] Get down yourself.
- [Shane] Careful, Tupe!
- [Kristoff] Hey, wait up!
[Shane] What would our old place look
like now, I wonder?
- [teen Shane] What is it this time, huh?
- [teen Bryan] Over here.
[teen Shane] What is it you wanna tell me?
[teen Bryan] I can't say it out loud.
So I carved it.
[singing in Filipino]
[Shane] So there is a forever.
[Bryan] And of course, there's a forever.
But look, it got a little dark.
[Shane] What did?
- Your back did. [laughs]
- [Shane laughs]
Okay, here I come!
[Shane] We can touch it up a bit.
- [Kristoff] I'm ready.
- [Bryan] Yeah, we can fix it.
- [Shane] We could paint the names.
- What?
- [Shane] Just kidding.
- Come on. Like old times.
Like old times, my ass. Do it yourself.
- Here, here.
- [Shane] Why?
For old time's sake.
- For old time's sake. Come on.
- No.
- No, no! Please, I don't want to.
- [Bryan] Why not?
- Ah, but
- You guys, wait.
I have cancer! I have cancer!
- No! No, no, no, no!
- Tupe!
Don't you dare! Put me down! Put me down!
Never mind the cancer. Put me down, okay?
Okay. I'll get in myself.
- What's going on with my life?
- Shoes off.
Guys, if you go slow,
this is what you get.
- [Shane screaming] Wait, wait, wait!
- [Bryan laughs]
- [Bryan] Don't get my wife too wet, okay?
- [Kristoff] Okay.
- But you do need a shower.
- You guys are so mean and I have cancer.
- [Shane continues screaming]
- [Bryan laughing]
- Shane, let's get Tupe.
- [Kristoff chuckles] Hey, hey, hey!
- [Shane] Get him, honey. It's his turn.
- Okay. Wait.
Okay! All right.
I'm stopping. I'm stopping.
- [Bryan] Hey!
- [Shane screaming]
- [yelps] I said stop!
- [Kristoff] Shane. Wow.
- What?
- [Kristoff] I can see them peaking.
[Shane exclaims]
- Hey. That's my wife!
- [Kristoff] Yep.
- She's your wife and I don't care!
- [Bryan cheers]
- [Kristoff] Come on! Show 'em some more!
- [Shane chuckling]
["Tabing Ilog" continues]
Back then, we only had problems like
assignments, exams, and projects.
- Life was simpler, wasn't it?
- [Shane] That's right.
Shane and I were so sad
when you moved to Manila
to become an actor.
- You didn't even make it to graduation.
- That's true.
I cried such a lot
and it turned out we'd meet up anyway.
Jeez, a waste of crying!
[Bryan chuckles]
Well, back then,
there weren't cell phones.
Every time I tried to call you,
it was like long distance.
And the line was busy.
Yeah, well, Shane and I talked for hours.
- [laughing] That's right!
- [Bryan chuckling]
- Always long calls.
- Oh my God.
Because you were so clingy.
You were like, "Okay, bye.
You hang up first."
"No, you hang up first. You go."
- "No, you hang up first."
- "We'll hang up in three."
[both] "One, two, three"
"Why didn't you hang up?"
- [both laughing]
- What?
Oh my God.
- You never did that.
- No.
- Well, of course, he never did.
- [Bryan laughs]
The Bad Boy, heart of stone.
- [Kristoff] That's right.
- [Bryan] Tupe, the Bad Boy.
[all laugh]
[song ends]
[Shane] Honey?
Honey, I don't see any stars.
They're there. Just wait.
- It rained earlier.
- [Shane] Mmm there isn't even one.
[crickets chirping]
- Yes, there is. Look behind you.
- [Shane] Huh?
Look there.
Fallen star.
- [Bryan and Shane laughing]
- [Kristoff] I heard that.
So we're having fun.
- [Shane] Tupe.
- Is it ready?
- [Shane] Hey.
- [Bryan] Yeah.
You didn't call me.
- We could have camped on a real mountain.
- We didn't need to do this.
The plan was to go stargazing,
and then wait for the sunrise.
[Kristoff sighs]
How was I to know
Bryan would set up a tent?
[Bryan] This is nice.
[Kristoff] Hmm.
Aren't you gonna ask
why I'm here with you?
[chuckling] Uh
Why are you here?
You weren't invited.
You're a third wheel.
Oh, I know.
There's reporters at your house.
Oh, you're so mean, Shane.
My surprise will make you nicer.
- [Shane] Huh?
- Surprise.
[Shane] Mmm. Mmm.
What's this?
Uh what?
- [Kristoff] It's a ticket.
- I'm aware of that. But to where?
We're going to Tasmania!
To where?
[Kristoff] Australia.
What? What are we gonna do there?
Well, for one thing,
I want to see a Tasmanian devil.
And you said you wanted
to explore new places.
So this is it.
It's about time I took a break,
and I want you two to come along with me.
And don't worry.
All expenses paid.
Ah, Tupe.
You're too generous.
I don't want that.
You go, okay?
Uh yeah, honey, but, um
did you know that in Australia,
that's where they have
the smallest penguins.
And do you know
what the scientific name is?
"Little penguin."
Yeah, we researched it for you.
We? You both did this?
- Oh, I'm caught. [chuckling]
- Oh, you guys!
You ugh! Whatever.
You keep complaining.
Do you want to see little penguins
or don't you?
[exhales] I do.
- Cool.
- All right.
["Dito sa Puso Ko"
by Paolo Contis playing]
[phone ringing]
Oh. Hey, Mom's calling. Hi, Mom!
- [Mom] Hi, dear. Are you there yet?
- [Shane] Yes!
We made it here and it's beautiful.
Hang on, hang on. I'll show you.
[gasps] Look, it's so great.
- And Tupe rented an RV!
- [song ends]
Wow. It's so beautiful there.
Shane, can you tell Tupe
to bring me along next time?
I thought I was his favorite auntie.
[laughs] Yeah. Hang on a second.
Tupe, Mom wants to say something.
He's driving, Mom.
Hi, Auntie! Love you!
- [Mom] When will you take me on a trip?
- She wants to come next time.
Next time, okay?
Say hi to Bryan.
- Hi, Mom!
- Hi, Bryan!
I love you!
- Okay, Mom. I'll go back. I might trip.
- Go ahead. Be careful.
[register beeping]
- Ah. Wow.
- [Kristoff] Okay. Thank you.
- A magnet?
- A magnet.
- [cashier] Thanks, love.
- Expensive?
No. Five dollars.
- Hey!
- [Shane] Oh.
So you're the ones
who really likes penguins.
- [Kristoff laughing]
- Yeah.
Where are we gonna eat? Nearby?
- Yeah, there's one over there.
- Better be fancy.
- Wow.
- Fancy man's here.
Well, you know me.
[Shane] He's rich!
- [Kristoff] Here we go, guys. Here.
- [Shane] Great. Thank you.
- Mmm! Yummy! [chuckles]
- [Bryan] Okay.
You can have this.
- Okay.
- [Shane laughs]
- [Kristoff] Looks good.
- [Bryan] Mmm.
Mmm. Mmm. Honey.
[chewing loudly]
You're the one who really likes penguins.
- Mmm. Come clean.
- [Bryan] Yeah.
Penguins are my favorite
because they're your favorite.
What? You idiot!
Don't you remember?
Penguins are my favorite
because of the love letter you wrote.
You drew penguins on the side.
[chuckles] Yeah, I remember.
I was trying to be cute.
[Shane] Really?
Yes, because penguins,
when they get a partner
- [Shane] Mmm.
- lt's for life.
They mate for life.
- [Shane] Mmm?
- Yeah.
Not your favorite,
but you seem to know a lot about them.
- They are your favorite.
- That's because they're yours.
They weren't my favorite. They became
my favorite because they were yours.
Yeah, they're my favorite
because they're your favorite.
Your drawings made them my favorite
because I thought they were yours.
[joyful music playing]
[Shane] Oh! How cute!
Oh, how sad. Why is it called a devil
when it doesn't look like one?
- Yeah, they're cute, right?
- Oh. It's so cute!
[Shane] Oh, it's so sweet.
It looks so shy.
Oh. Can we touch it?
- Yeah.
- Do you want to?
- Let's ask.
- You want to touch it?
[Shane] Oh!
Can she pet it?
Yeah, of course.
What I'll do is I'll bring her up.
- [Shane] Oh. I've always wanted to.
- [Bryan] Wow.
- Oh wow.
- [Shane chuckling] Oh!
[screams] Tupe! [laughing]
Oh. Who would've thought, huh?
We used to walk by a river,
and look at us now.
[Bryan laughs] Yeah, look at us now.
[Kristoff] You know what they say,
"It's not the destination,
it's the journey."
Why go through
whatever you're going through in life
if you won't end up where you want?
Everyone has their own goals.
You know, you wanna do something
or be someone?
We're not just cruising through life.
It's all about the destination.
[Bryan] That's deep, man.
You know, for me, it's the journey.
Because that's how you mature.
That's where you learn.
Sometimes the ending is different,
depending on the journey, right?
I believe that it's the journey
that helps you mature.
What about you, Shane?
Journey or destination?
I think
it's who you're with.
- [sentimental piano playing]
- Wow.
- Wow. [chuckling]
- You big kiss-ass!
No, really.
- Am I included in "who you're with"?
- [Shane] Of course!
- [Kristoff] Yeah!
- [Shane screams]
[all laugh]
- [Shane] Oh, so pretty!
- Oh yeah? I agree.
[Shane] So beautiful.
[Kristoff] Well, time for a switch.
[Shane chuckles] Okay.
You two hold hands now.
[Bryan] Okay. You jealous?
- Bry?
- [Bryan] Yeah.
So, how about you drive?
- What?
- Will I drive or you? What do you think?
I don't wanna drive. I'm tired. You drive.
[blows raspberry]
Okay, whatever. I'll drive.
- No, I don't mind.
- Sure.
- Yeah, I'll drive.
- Uh. I know how to settle this, you guys.
- It's me driving.
- [Bryan and Kristoff] I'll drive.
- I'm driving.
- Really. I want to.
- It can be part of my experience.
- You don't have to.
[Shane laughs]
[Kristoff sighs]
I guess she's driving.
- Okay, I'll sit in back.
- Good luck.
[Shane sighs] Okay! I'll start her up.
[Bryan] Wait. Do you know how to?
[adventurous music playing]
- [Bryan] Don't get too excited, honey.
- [Shane] Just relax! I got you!
[music fades]
[Bryan] Ah, so noisy.
Yep, yep, yep.
[crickets chirping]
- [Shane] Well, this is mine.
- [Bryan] That's it.
[Kristoff sighs] We've got no service.
[Shane] No service?
- I guess it's good to disconnect.
- Honey?
- Here, taste this.
- [Shane and Kristoff] What is it?
Wallaby meat and kangaroo meat.
[Shane] What?
- Come on.
- Wallaby!
- [Shane] Uh, I don't want it.
- What?
This is your magic list. Remember?
You wanted to try something exotic.
- Not anymore.
- Just try a little piece of wallaby.
- What does it taste like?
- I don't know.
- Smaller... it's too big! [laughs]
- Here you are. [laughs]
Make it smaller.
Please, honey. It's way too big.
- What does it taste like?
- Shane, you're so dramatic.
Make it smaller.
- It's better than your cooking. [laughs]
- Oh. Now it's personal. [laughs]
Just cut it up a bit. Please!
- Okay.
- Just a little bit.
- Oh, come on, it's not so bad.
- It's still hot. [blowing]
[both laughing]
- There you go.
- [Shane] Mmm!
- [Kristoff] What do you think?
- Mmm, that's okay.
- Mmm. It's sweet.
- There.
- The kangaroo now.
- Nice.
- Kangaroo?
- I don't... I wouldn't want
- You didn't like it?
- I don't want kangaroo.
- Oh, come on now.
- No, it was nice.
So guys,
this is nice, right?
[Bryan] Mmm. It smells like
We've done a lot, haven't we?
You know,
it's a good thing you got cancer.
- [Shane laughs] Asshole!
- Come on, man!
Do you know what?
I'm wondering
why people put things off in life.
It seems counterproductive.
Why don't they just do it?
Everyone should make a magic list,
including you two guys.
You should.
Why? We don't need to do that.
- You just eat your dinner.
- Hey! Okay, look.
Mmm We all got so busy in our adult life.
The only thing we really practice is
how to survive.
I think we forgot about dreaming and fun.
What was that saying again? Mmm
"Surviving is not the same as living."
- Good, isn't it?
- [soft piano playing]
Yes, dear.
One night. You should do it, all right?
You should write down
the things you want to try,
and things that you want to experience,
and, you know, things for yourself
that will make you happy.
And then do all of them.
No waiting,
or you won't have enough time left.
[soft piano continues]
What was that?
Was that encouragement or a threat?
You're pretty scary.
- [soft piano continues]
- No, it's not a threat.
I didn't even mean grand things.
Just simple things
that will make you happy or feel good.
Um oh, like call your grandma,
or reconnect with old friends,
or say sorry to someone you offended once,
or to someone that you hurt once.
- I know you've hurt girls before.
- [Kristoff] What?
[chuckling] I know you have.
I mean it.
I just mean enjoy the simple things.
You don't have to be sick or dying
to want to live a meaningful life.
Just enjoy life on earth, guys.
You know, I have something
that's been on my magic list,
and it involves you.
[Kristoff] Yeah, you.
You know, because I really want
to record you dancing.
Oh, fuck you, Tupe.
I don't want to be involved
in your nonsense.
Hey. I thought you were encouraging us to
- Oh. It's his magic list, honey...
- Is it really on your magic list?
- Oh, it is. Trust me.
- Go on. Take pity on him.
- Go on. Just dance.
- Is it really on your list?
- Don't butt in. If it's really
- [Bryan] Take pity on him.
[laughs] I don't really believe him.
- What kind of dance?
- Over there so we can see it.
- Yeah, just there, honey.
- Okay. Yeah, that's great.
- And the reflection of the fire.
- [Bryan] Okay, come on, just dance.
- [Kristoff] Great. Ready?
- [Bryan] Let's see it.
- Oh, yeah!
- [Kristoff] Oh!
- And this?
- [Kristoff] Wow!
- Is that from the eighties? [laughs]
- [laughs] You're saying I'm old.
Here I go.
- Uh, how about something like, oh?
- Yeah, yeah. Okay.
- [laughs]
- Take it off! Take it off!
Hey, if you post that, I'll kill you.
- Hey, come on, dance with me, okay?
- [Bryan sighs]
- Come on.
- Want me to dance too?
- Tupe, this is just for you.
- [Kristoff] Of course.
Why would he post it?
- Because, come on, the dance.
- Oh, what do you mean, that dance?
- You know. Five, six, seven, eight.
- Okay. Five, six, seven, eight.
[both vocalize]
[Kristoff] Yeah, yeah. That's it.
Show me. Show me more.
- Come on.
- Here we go. Go, go, go, go, go!
Oh, get that on video.
- Did you see what she did? [laughs]
- [laughing] Fuck off, you two!
[laughing] Oh my God.
- Okay. Okay. Here we go.
- [Shane] Oh.
- [Kristoff] Oh, how sweet.
- [kissing]
[Shane] Oh.
Oh, honey. You're sweet.
- Oh, K. You look sad.
- Oh, come on.
- Join us.
- Yeah, come on.
[Kristoff] Hey!
[Shane] Woo!
[all laughing]
- Now we're kangaroos.
- Just dance with us, Tupe.
- So is this how you got, Star?
- [Shane laughs]
- Hey!
- [Shane] Ah!
- Ah, he's mean.
- Sorry. Sorry. Sorry.
[Bryan and Shane laugh]
[uplifting music playing]
We're getting close.
[Bryan] How close?
Nearly there.
[music fades]
- [indistinct chatter]
- [waves breaking gently]
[seagulls warbling]
[children yelling]
- [Shane] Where's the penguin? It's all...
- There are lots of penguins.
I mean I mean, look, there's a big one.
Oh, come on, honey.
Did you really bring me here
for a penguin mascot?
[Bryan] It's a special mascot.
He's really sweet.
- Come on, look.
- You even brought a mascot here. [laughs]
Hey, the mascot was already here.
Look at his costume.
- Just get a picture with it.
- [Shane] Okay. I mean, all right.
- It is cute. I'll take a picture.
- Okay.
- Hi! [laughs]
- Let's take a picture.
[phone beeps]
- [Bryan] Okay. Now, hug the mascot.
- Oh, he's cuddly.
- [laughing] Cuddly.
- [Bryan] Yeah, he looks it.
- [phone beeps]
- [Bryan] Got it.
- Yay! Thank you!
- [Bryan] Okay.
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
- [Shane] Let's go.
- Hang on. Wait.
Let's both take a picture.
- Come on.
- I don't want a picture.
- So when I want a picture you won't do it?
- [Bryan laughs]
- God. Come on.
- Just one more of you and the mascot.
- Why not both of us?
- No, no.
- Just you by yourself.
- Huh? Why can't we?
[soft piano playing]
[inhales sharply] Oh.
Oh, honey
Dad [gasps]
[Kristoff] Good job.
[Shane sobbing]
I love you.
[Shane crying]
[music continues]
[indistinct chatter]
Honey, how did you find my dad?
When you're famous, uh
you have connections.
[Shane] Wow.
That's how I found Mr. T.
- Well, thanks. I'm glad. [chuckles]
- [Mr. T chuckles]
And I heard what happened to you.
Are you doing okay?
I heard that you were minus a part.
[Shane laughs]
Daddy, that's not true.
Hey, that's what I heard.
Hey, even so far away,
you're a big gossip.
Did you know it was the first thing
he asked on the video call?
About Tupe?
And not about me?
- You didn't exist. [laughs]
- [laughs]
Who is Shane?
[Mr. T] Okay, okay. Let's eat.
- [Shane] Oh, here you go.
- [Bryan] We can split it.
[ducks quacking]
[birds chirping]
[Mr. T] You know, dear,
you've grown so big. [chuckles]
Dad, I didn't grow big. I just grew up.
- [chuckles]
- [Mr. T chuckles]
I can't quite believe
that you're actually here.
Me as well.
[soft piano playing]
I thought that it would never happen.
I never even knew
where you went after that.
[Mr. T] Mmm
Uh, the last time we were together
was your elementary graduation.
And your mom and I had to go onstage
so many times because of your awards.
- [Shane chuckling]
- You won so many of those awards, huh?
I love you, Dad.
[Mr. T] Mmm.
That was the last time I saw you.
[soft piano continues]
[Mr. T sighs]
Sorry, honey.
[Shane] Mmm.
You don't need to apologize.
Mom told me what really happened.
That she was the one
that wanted you to go.
I was angry for a while.
I couldn't understand
that she would push
my father away from me.
I was really angry about her selfishness.
Eventually, I
I understood
that her decision was really
for everyone's benefit.
[music continues]
But you know what?
She never said anything bad
about you to me.
She was never angry with you.
Your mother is such a kind person.
[Shane] Mmm.
That's why I don't want to hurt her.
[inhales sharply]
But you did the right thing, Dad.
[Mr. T chuckles softly]
I know that you had
to protect your first family.
I understand that.
I promise.
[rock music playing over radio]
[indistinct chatter]
Shane and her dad are asleep.
What'll you have?
Uh, whiskey.
Whiskey, please.
[glasses clinking]
I'm really impressed
that you found Mr. T for Shane.
Thank you.
Well, I'm happy that you let me tag along
for Shane's magic list.
I feel like I'm doing
something meaningful.
[Bryan] Hmm.
Well, that sounds like you think
that you're a third wheel.
[inhales] Yeah, well, I'm wondering
what it is I do.
I flirt on film,
and I'm good-looking.
So what am I really contributing?
You know what?
You should consider
that it is a contribution.
You could see it
as the stories you tell give hope,
and escape, and joy.
There are people who are sad
or tired from work.
Your job is dreams.
Storytelling has always been
a contribution.
The characters you portray
are the embodiment
of all the things
that people wish they were.
You know?
You contribute by telling stories.
You think that's true?
It's like a band.
It's like when we're emotional,
and you know,
we have a a band or a song we like.
Then we listen and relax.
And we feel better.
[jazz music playing over radio]
[inhales deeply] But I want to do
something different
because it just feels like
I'm doing the same thing.
Over and over again.
I want a challenge.
Then you need to get
out of your comfort zone.
But they always give me the same things.
Then ask for something more challenging.
Make a few demands.
It could be that they think
you're happy doing the same roles.
I mean, tell them
that you want to play a villain.
Or even a smaller part
that you could sink your teeth into,
get out of your comfort zone.
A challenge.
Yeah, maybe.
I just want something else.
Although I'm scared, you know?
I feel like an idiot.
As well as that,
what if I can't make a comeback?
I think you can.
[calm music playing]
You can do it.
And I'm not just saying that
because I'm your friend.
I believe you can
because you are great at what you do.
You're a great actor.
And that's the truth.
[music continues]
Thank you, bro.
I love you.
Love you.
[glasses clink]
[joyful music playing]
- [Bryan groans]
- [Shane] Yay!
[Kristoff] We made it.
[Shane cheers]
[Bryan] Okay. Honey, are you ready?
Here we are.
Look, "At nighttime,
penguins may be located under vehicles."
- Over there?
- Yep.
- [Shane] Where are we gonna wait?
- Over there, at the end.
- [Shane] We're going in?
- Tupe and I researched this.
Okay, here we go.
See? "Little Penguins." Welcome!
- [Shane] Ah. Here we come, penguins!
- [Bryan] This is it, honey.
- [Shane and Kristoff laugh]
- You'll finally see penguins tonight.
Yeah. A real penguin this time,
not a mascot.
- [chuckles]
- [Mr. T chuckles]
Dad, have you been here before?
No, never. First time.
- Huh?
- But isn't it great?
A nice-looking place.
[Shane laughs]
- Let's sit here.
- Bryan looks excited, doesn't he?
- I will. They're not here yet.
- [Shane laughs]
Hey, take a picture of me.
[Bryan] Oh, you're bossy.
- Smile, Mr. Good-looking.
- [Kristoff] Asshole.
Hey, Dad. Wait here.
- I'll be back in a second.
- Okay.
- Okay. Enjoy.
- [Bryan] Okay, now something different.
Okay, Dad.
[Bryan laughing]
- Yeah, okay.
- [Kristoff] All right.
[peaceful music playing]
[Shane exhales deeply]
[camera beeps]
[seagulls cawing]
[Shane chuckling softly]
[waves breaking gently]
[seagulls warbling]
- [Bryan sighs]
- [Shane whispering] Where are they?
- Can you see them?
- [Bryan] Um Hmm.
- [animals trilling]
- [Bryan] Oh, I hear something.
[Kristoff] There they are.
[Shane] Oh my goodness.
- [magical music playing]
- [Shane and Kristoff] Look at that!
- Oh, look, look, look, look, look.
- Look at that, everyone.
- Oh!
- [Bryan] Oh!
[penguins trilling]
[Mr. T] Look, here they come,
marching up the beach.
- They're such little penguins.
- [Shane squealing]
[Shane chuckling, gasping]
- [Shane gasping] Oh, wow!
- [Bryan] They're coming.
[magical music continues]
- [Shane] Oh look.
- [Bryan] Wow, there's so many of them.
- Here they come. Here they come.
- [Shane] Hi. Hi.
- [Bryan] Hey. Hey.
- [penguins continue trilling]
Oh. Little guy.
[Shane] Penguin.
Oh, wow. Look at that.
- [Bryan] Hello, little guys.
- [Shane shushing]
Okay. Go on, say it louder.
- [Shane squealing]
- [Kristoff laughs]
- [magical music intensifies]
- [Shane] Oh, so cute!
- [Bryan] Wow.
- [Shane] Look at that one.
- Hi.
- [Bryan chuckles]
[Shane chuckles]
[Shane squealing]
[relaxing music playing]
[Shane] Here, Dad. I'll get it. It's okay.
- [Mr. T] Oh, you're strong.
- [Bryan] You sure, honey?
[crickets chirping]
- [Shane] Dad's number eight, right?
- [Bryan] Yeah.
- [Shane] Ah. Here we go.
- [Kristoff] What about you?
[Shane] Uh, number two.
[Kristoff] It's good to get away,
isn't it?
You can really recharge.
A restart.
And you can... What's the saying again?
"A fresh take on things."
I hope
we can do this every year.
Next year
Will Shane still be here?
- [Mr. T sighs]
- I'll just put this here.
[Mr. T clears throat]
[Shane] Hmm.
- [Mr. T] You know, honey
- [Shane sighs]
on the way here, in the bus
[Shane] Mmm.
I didn't move at all
because I didn't want to wake you.
[chuckles softly] Dad, did I snore?
No, you didn't.
even if you had,
I wouldn't have woken you.
Because that was the first time
I experienced you sleeping on me.
[both sighing]
- [Shane chuckles softly]
- Bryan's a good guy.
And he's handsome too.
You married well.
And you've been together
since you were kids.
- [Shane chuckles]
- So why don't you have kids yet?
[Shane] Mmm.
Uh, that is because we
we wanted to save up.
And then the cancer.
And I couldn't very well get pregnant
in the middle of chemo.
After that, we tried,
but it didn't happen.
That's it.
[Mr. T] Hmm.
It's up to God now.
- If he wills it.
- [Shane chuckles]
Mm-hmm. That's right.
[Mr. T] And Tupe,
he turned into a good man.
I always thought he'd become
a, uh, womanizer.
[Shane laughs] Well, you're right
about that.
He's terrible.
But he's a good man.
He's a good friend.
[Mr. T] Hmm, Tupe?
[Shane] Mmm, yeah.
He's given us a lot, you know?
He's really helped me and Bryan.
All my treatments for the cancer,
he paid for all of it,
and never once asked for any of it back.
And when I was fighting with Bryan,
I could always sleep at Tupe's.
And now he's helping you
with your bucket list.
[exhales] He's kind-hearted.
I hope you finish it.
And then you can go back
and begin your treatment.
[breathes deeply]
[Mr. T] They asked me too
if I knew of any specialists here.
- [somber music playing]
- Unfortunately, I don't.
[music fades]
[Shane] What is this I hear
about you looking for specialists here?
[Bryan exhales deeply]
I don't want to fight with you.
- [Kristoff] Shane.
- [Shane] You stay put.
What's wrong with you?
We talked about this,
and you know I don't wanna go
through treatment again. [inhales]
What is wrong with you guys?
What's wrong with us?
Tupe's your friend, and I'm your husband.
What did you think I'd do?
That I'd just
just sit around and not get treatment?
That I'd just wait for you to die?
[Kristoff] Bryan.
Do you know what I went through
last time you had cancer?
I was right there with you.
I suffered as well, you know?
It's not just you alone.
That's exactly why I can't do it again.
Like I said, it's not just you.
- You can't be so selfish about it.
- How can you call me selfish?
And tell me what a hard time you had?
But it was a hard time for me.
But I never gave up on you,
and I never will because you're my wife.
[somber music playing]
[Bryan] Why are you giving up on me now?
Shane, it's not just about you
when I'm the one left behind.
Have you considered
how unfair this is on me?
Jesus, I've already beaten cancer once.
So what is it you want from me?
You want me to do it again?
All that pain again?
Of course I do if it means
I get to be with you.
I just want you and me
to have a life together.
How sure are you that I'd even make it
through another round?
- [Bryan] I'm not!
- Exactly!
[Bryan sniffling]
Well, we'll never know unless we try.
[somber music continues]
Bryan, you just aren't getting it.
It has spread to my breasts
and to my lungs.
It's worse now.
There's not much of a chance I'll survive.
Any chance is worth trying.
Do you know even if I survive,
I'd only have five to ten years left.
Then that's five to ten more years
I get to be with you.
And that's what I want.
I think you can give me that.
[Bryan sniffling]
[somber music intensifies]
All we want is for you to get better
because we love you.
[melancholy music playing]
[music fades]
[birds chirping]
Dad, you're by yourself?
Have you seen Tupe and Bryan?
[Mr. T] Huh?
Well, they said
they were going for a walk.
And I told them,
"Take your time."
[both laugh]
And that gives us a bit more bonding time.
- Oh.
- Daughter.
[Shane] Mmm.
Hang on.
You're looking very fancy.
[chuckling] You think?
- Yeah.
- Of course I'm fancy.
I'm here with my daughter.
[Shane] Mmm.
- [sighs]
- Shane.
[Shane] Mmm?
I'm grateful that we can spend time.
[chuckles softly] You know something?
[Mr. T] Hmm?
- It's a dream come true for me, Dad.
- [Mr. T chuckles softly]
Besides, everyone's good.
Mom's doing great.
- I feel good. You're fine.
- [Mr. T] Mmm.
We're all doing good.
[Mr. T inhaling]
[Mr. T] Shane,
thank you for your love,
even despite my shortcomings.
- Thanks.
- [Shane chuckles]
[Shane sighing happily]
[bell tolls in the background]
- Come on.
- [Shane] Hmm?
Let's go there.
[Shane] Dad, what are we doing here?
[Mr. T] I just want to drop by
and give thanks.
[door creaking]
[emotional music playing]
Sorry I wasn't
around to do this with you.
I should have walked you down the aisle.
I'm sorry.
[music intensifies]
[music fades]
[Bryan sniffles]
If I was given the chance to
to do it all again
even knowing this was going to happen
[Bryan sniffling]
I would still choose to do it.
[sad music playing]
[Bryan] Even if God only gave me
just five years,
even five months,
five weeks, five weeks,
I'd be grateful,
and I would use that time
I would use it to look after you
and to love you.
[sad music continues]
Even with the pain,
even though
even though I would still hurt
it's okay.
It's okay.
All of it.
Being with you
would make it all worthwhile.
[both sobbing]
[Shane] It has always been you.
I'm so grateful you're my one and only.
And that we are one.
No matter how long or short
the time we have left is.
I wouldn't trade any of it,
not a single moment.
Always know I love you.
I always love you, even when we fight.
[Shane continues sobbing]
[Shane] I'll always choose you.
And the best gift I was ever given
in my whole life
[sobbing] will always be your love.
Bryan, I love you so much.
I love you.
[both sobbing]
Sorry we fought.
[both kiss]
[romantic music playing]
[Bryan crying]
How about a picture?
[Bryan] Oh.
- One, two
- [phone beeps]
- One, two, smile
- [phone beeps]
- Great.
- We're all crying.
I know.
[music fades]
Thank you for tracking me down.
Bryan, thank you, son,
for loving my daughter.
Take care of her.
I will, Dad.
Shane, my darling daughter,
I hope this isn't the last time
that we meet.
get well, okay?
- Okay?
- Yes, Dad.
And thank you again.
- [Shane] Mmm.
- [Kristoff] Daddy.
Thank you, Tupe.
After you.
[peaceful music playing]
[Mr. T] It's up to you now.
- [Bryan] I know.
- Thank you. Thank you.
[car beeping]
Shane, honey.
Yes, Dad.
I love you all the time, every day.
- [chuckling]
- [Shane chuckling]
Love you, Dad.
- Bye. Bye.
- Bye.
[car engine starts]
It's all good.
[waves crashing]
[peaceful music continues]
[music fades]
[seagulls cawing]
Thank you, Tasmania!
Thank you, Australia!
Just to Australia, huh?
I want to also thank you
both of you.
Me too.
Thank you, honey.
Thank you, Tupe.
Thank you, honey.
And thank you, honey.
[Bryan and Shane laugh]
[Shane sighing]
Really, thank you.
You guys are
the last men standing in my life.
Oh, stop it, Shane.
That sounds like goodbye.
- You want to lighten up?
- [Shane] No.
You guys are real allies.
You made me so happy on this trip.
I couldn't even imagine
how to say goodbye properly.
[inhaling deeply] That's enough, babe.
You said we'd come back every year,
didn't you?
Let's do it!
I hope that I'm still here.
I have decided to get treatment.
[joyful music playing]
- [Shane] Mm-hmm.
- You have?
[exhales sharply]
Thank you.
[Shane chuckles softly]
- [Bryan groans]
- [Shane laughs] Oh!
At last.
Okay, until next time.
Next year.
- Even if you're bald?
- Oh!
- Yeah, we'll still come back, but, um
- It'll still be your treat.
- No, yours.
- [Shane laughs]
We could go to Subic instead.
[all laughing]
It's so expensive!
And you never know,
next year there could be four of us.
[peaceful music continues]
With Star! [laughing]
[Kristoff] Or even five of us, huh?
You mean her businessman husband? Oh!
[Bryan and Shane laugh]
[Bryan] We have a surprise for you.
Come on. Over here.
- [Shane] What's this?
- Didn't you want to color your hair?
Oh! That's not what I meant.
Oh. That's great.
At least there's three. We can all do it.
Uh I want to do it for real. Bryan!
Okay. I'll get these.
No, come on.
- We're getting them. Come on.
- What are you doing?
- It's great. It'll look great. [laughing]
- [Shane laughing]
[dramatic music playing]
[music fades]
[parking brake clicking]
- All right.
- Yay! We're home!
- [Kristoff] Ah, it's so hot here.
- Bye, Tupe!
Thank you!
- I had so much fun!
- [Kristoff] You're welcome.
- I'm glad you had fun.
- [Shane] So much fun.
- Thank you.
- [Kristoff] All for you.
[Shane] Love you, Tupe.
Thank you, thank you.
- Hey, Bryan!
- Honey, you okay?
Coming, boss.
Bro, thank you.
What do you mean, "Thank you?"
You know, you're now in my debt.
The price?
Be my PA again.
Uh, well I have to come back to work
to stop you from jumping random ladies.
- [chuckles]
- [Kristoff chuckles]
But you know, seriously,
I'm glad you're rich.
A good friend to have.
[Kristoff laughs]
[in Australian accent] Love you, mate.
You are such an asshole.
Exactly like your wife.
But you know
I love you too.
- Yeah. [laughs]
- [Kristoff chuckles]
- Take care.
- Be good.
- [Kristoff] Yeah.
- [Shane] Straight home, Tupe.
[Shane] Okay.
Time to sleep.
[Bryan yawning] Yep.
[Shane] Oh yeah.
This is nice.
Are you tired?
Mm-hmm. Exhausted.
Mmm Yeah?
I was just thinking,
you know, we just got married.
Well, after a marriage,
there's a honeymoon.
- [Shane giggles]
- [soft music playing]
Well, you see,
it was difficult to do it Down Under.
I mean, there was Tupe
and there was your dad.
I mean, we could do a honeymoon now...
No, no, no.
You are just a crazy man.
Last chance.
Lights on or off?
[Shane chuckles]
- Off.
- Yes, ma'am.
Sex or chocolate?
Ah! Chocolate!
- Oh no! No, wrong answer!
- [Shane laughs]
[Shane] Chocolate. I said chocolate.
[Bryan] Okay. Here we go!
- Ooh!
- [Shane giggles]
[Bryan] It'll be
the best two minutes of your life.
[Shane] Hey! Two minutes?
- [Bryan] It's been a long time.
- [Shane laughing]
[both continue laughing]
[Shane yawns]
Layla! Good morning!
Good morning, baby girl.
Just wait.
Let me just make some coffee.
[continues yawning]
[dogs barking in distance]
- [bed creaking]
- [Bryan groaning softly]
[Bryan grunting]
[Shane] Hey, honey!
- Good morning! [chuckles]
- Mmm. Morning.
- You sleep well?
- Yep.
[both kiss]
You want breakfast?
- I'll cook something.
- Mmm. Spam.
We don't have Spam, just eggs.
- All right, then.
- So let's have eggs.
Has she been out yet?
No, can you do it?
- I'll make the eggs.
- Okay.
Thank you. I'll make scrambled eggs.
you know when I was looking
at our pictures earlier,
It looked like it was so much fun, honey.
And do you know,
the weather was just oh!
I really miss those penguins.
Honey, you could answer while I'm talking.
[tense music playing]
[breathing sharply]
[sad music playing]
[heart monitor beeping]
[defibrillator charging]
[defibrillator thuds]
[sad music continues]
[defibrillator charging]
[defibrillator thuds]
[heart monitor flatlining]
[music fades]
[melancholy music playing]
[doctor] It was an aneurysm.
A vein burst in his head.
How come we didn't know
he had an aneurysm?
It is common for aneurysms
to go undiagnosed.
With symptoms
such as headaches, dizziness,
sometimes people think it's a migraine.
I'm sorry for your loss.
[melancholy music continues]
[car horn honking]
[music continues]
[music fades]
[Shane] I made a magic list.
It includes
a "see you later" letter for Bryan.
I thought I didn't need to finish it.
[inhales deeply]
Did you know that
[melancholy music playing]
all this
I had already prepared this for me.
It was meant for me.
[Shane] I was getting ready
to say goodbye.
But not like this.
I agreed to get treatment
because you said
you said you'd take care of me.
You said
that you would hold my hand
and we'd face this battle together.
[melancholy music continues]
[music fades]
[crickets chirping]
["Hands to Heaven" by Lara Maigue playing]
As I watch you move
Across the moonlit room
There's so much tenderness
In your loving
Tomorrow I must leave
The dawn knows no reprieve
God give me strength
When I am leaving
So raise your hands to heaven
And pray
That we'll be back together
Tonight, I need your sweet caress
Hold me in the darkness
Tonight, you calm my restlessness
You relieve my sadness
I can't believe this pain
It's driving me insane
Without your touch
Life will be lonely
So raise your hands to heaven and pray
That we'll be back together
Tonight, I need your sweet caress
Hold me in the darkness
Tonight, you calm my restlessness
- You relieve my sadness
- [sobbing]
[songs ends]
[car door closes]
Excuse me, we're closed.
- [man] Sorry.
- Ogie
Sorry. Sorry.
- You're closed? I'm very sorry.
- [Shane] Mom?
Look, dear.
[Ogie] Hi. Is Shane de Castro here?
[Shane gasping]
- You're Shane.
- [mom chuckles]
[Ogie] Hi.
Yes. Well, these are for you.
[Shane gasping]
- [Shane] Uh
- [Ogie] Sorry I just barged in like this.
Let me give you a little background.
Someone who loves you very much
contacted me,
and he requested
that I sing for you.
Bryan, your husband,
is he here?
Uh he isn't.
That's too bad.
I tried contacting him
and there was no reply.
I was going to let him know
that I was on the way.
Yeah, but, well,
if it's okay with you,
I'd like to keep my promise to Bryan.
I have my PA with me.
This is Jomar.
Hurry up, come on.
["Dito sa Puso Ko"
by Paolo Contis playing]
[singing in Filipino]
[in Filipino] You gave life
To my world
That didn't have color anymore
And I think I did the same for you
Now our hearts and feelings are one
We, we started this
I hope our love overflows
Oh, my love, I'm so happy
My nerves all go away
When I'm with you
- Here! Here in my heart
- [Shane sobbing]
My love will never go
- [Shane continues sobbing]
- [mom sobbing]
[in English] Um
Was it bad?
- [Shane] No.
- Did I do something wrong?
[sobbing] Go on.
Keep singing, please.
- Shall I continue? Hey! Press play.
- [Shane] Yes, please. Please sing.
Okay. I was starting to think
you didn't like it.
- [in Filipino] don't worry, dear
- [Shane sobbing]
My feelings won't change
- Here, here in my heart
- [Shane chuckling]
My love will never fade away
[continues chuckling emotionally]
My feelings will never change
What happened?
Are you sulking because you
[song fades]
[in English] I heard that you didn't like
anything that they pitched earlier.
Why don't you want to do a love story?
It's not like that.
I just want something new,
something I haven't done.
Tupe, this is your chance for a comeback.
You know what they say.
"Love stories are all the same."
"They just wear different clothes."
I've got it.
Bryan's love story.
I want to do that.
[birds chirping]
I scheduled your treatment.
You promised Bryan.
You can do this.
[somber piano playing]
[car door opens]
[car door closes]
[car engine starts]
[somber piano continues]
[Shane crying softly]
[machine whirring]
- [woman] Tupe.
- Where is she?
- She's in her bedroom.
- Okay.
- [dramatic music playing]
- [Shane sobs]
[Kristoff] Shane!
- [Shane retching]
- [Kristoff] Let me help. It's okay.
[Shane retching]
Shane! Tupe!
I'll I'll call the doctor, just hold on!
[Shane continues vomiting]
[dramatic music continues]
[emotional music playing]
I heard a saying,
that it only takes
one person to believe in you.
And I have two.
To Bryan and Shane.
This is for you.
Thank you.
[applause continues]
[emotional music continues]
[knocking on door]
Mama loves you.
[groans] Love you too, Mom.
[Shane sighs]
[Shane chuckles softly]
[groans softly]
[chuckles softly]
I told you, you'd win.
[music fades]
[Shane groans]
thank you.
To you and Bryan.
You taught me how to love
and also love what I do.
[Shane groans]
And how to love myself.
[Shane] Hmm.
[inhales deeply]
You're amazing.
[labored breathing]
I know you can do anything.
[Kristoff sniffles]
If Bryan were here
I bet that he'd be proud as hell.
[groaning] Tupe
I tried to fight it.
But I miss Bryan so much.
[labored breathing]
[chuckling softly]
[dramatic music playing]
[Kristoff sobbing]
[Kristoff sniffling]
[music fades]
[crickets chirping]
[melancholy music playing]
[melancholy music continues]
[gate creaking]
[seagulls cawing]
[waves crashing]
[music fades]
[Kristoff sniffling]
[joyful music playing]
[seagulls cawing]
[music fades]
- [water trickling]
- [camera beeps]
Oh, I'm so sorry.
Oh, it's okay.
Hey. Aren't you Kristoff Desiderio?
Oh my gosh! I'm such a fan!
I saw your movie.
It was so good.
You deserved the Best Actor award.
Also, your friends' story
was very touching.
Thank you.
Mmm. Is it okay if we take a picture?
- Yeah, sure.
- [woman] Thank you.
- Are you ready? One, two
- [phone beeps]
Okay! [chuckles]
[smacking lips] Um
If it's not too much to ask,
could you do a video greeting?
It's my birthday today.
- [woman] Yeah.
- What's your name?
Oh, my name is Juana Korrinne.
Double R, Double N.
But you can call me Juako for short.
- [Kristoff chuckles]
- ["Tabing Ilog" by Vanessa Garcia playing]
[Juako] Yeah.
- [Kristoff] Can I invite you for a coffee?
- [Juako chuckles]
Yeah, sure.
[conversation continues inaudibly]
[singing in Filipino]
["Tabing Ilog" continues]
["Tabing Ilog" continues]
[song ends]