Abigail (2023) Movie Script

[logo audio]
[suspenseful music]
[rock music playing]
(SINGING) Staying up late.
Woke up with the sun.
The party didn't end
till the morning come.
No worries.
No regrets.
Would you just finish that
so I can smoke it already?
Ay, chill.
I'm almost done.
I'm going to take a
piss while you finish that.
Out here?
Yeah, out here.
Or you can hand
me that bottle.
You are such a chump.
Just go.
Why don't you do
me a solid and be
done with that by
the time I'm back
and maybe I'll
give you my sod.
You're such a fucking perv.
Don't make me wait long.
Don't make me
wait out here forever.
[radio playing]
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(SINGING) I keep my head up.
I put my foot down.
Never been.
A day in the life of
a super bad mother.
We're here.
Want to take a look around?
I suppose.
What's with all the stuff?
Belongs to the owner.
I think this will
be OK, though.
Fresh start.
It's OK, I guess.
EVE: Shall we?
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Found my room.
EVE: What's that?
I found my room.
I'm going to start
bringing in boxes.
Come help me?
EVE: Abby, this is our
new neighbor, Donna.
Abigail, but you
can call me Abby.
Well, nice to meet you, Abby.
It's just the
two of you alls?
No mister?
He's... well, he's
no longer with us.
DONNA: Oh, Lord.
I'm so sorry, sweetheart.
Had I known
that, I said nothing.
It's OK.
My good for nothing
husband left me
and my son about
two years ago.
Said he was going
to go visit a friend.
I guess he forgot to mention
his friend lived in Kentucky.
And that she was six
months pregnant with his child.
That's awful.
He's a keeper, all right.
You said you had a son.
He about your age.
EVE: Maybe the two of you will
be in some of the same classes.
Abby starts next week.
You want to meet him?
Yeah, sure.
Get your ass out here.
So what brings you
out here to Alabama?
Just time for a change.
Right, Abby?
Ain't nothing
wrong with that.
Little change ain't
never hurt nobody.
You better watch how
you're talking to me.
I want you to meet
our new neighbors.
They came all the way
here from California.
Y'all ain't celebrities
in hiding, are y'all?
Get back over here.
He got a little bit
of his daddy in him.
It happens.
I like your shoes.
EVE: Well, it was nice
to meet the both of you,
but Abby and I
really should start
bringing him boxes so that
we're not out here all night.
DONNA: Well, I'll tell
you what, how about I help
you with those
boxes and Lucas can
walk Abby down
past the school.
I'd like that.
And I'll make some sweet tea.
I suppose.
[train honking]
How far is it to the school?
I'm excited to make
new friends here.
Maybe I can start with you.
We ain't friends.
Why not?
Do you not like girls?
I ain't friends with nerds.
And I know you're
a goody two shoes.
You don't know that.
For all you know, I smoke and
I drink and I do the marijuana.
What do you think
about that, huh, buddy?
Do the marijuana?
Nobody who smokes says that.
That's what I think, buddy.
And if you want to
be my friend, you can
start by not calling me that.
How come your dad left you?
He didn't leave
me, he left my mom.
He's coming back for me.
He just got a lot
going on right now.
Your mom doesn't
seem to think so.
My mom is the reason he left.
Could you please
stop talking?
I could do that,
especially for a friend.
I know you don't
think I can, but I can.
Anytime I want.
[birds chirping]
Is this it?
Come on.
You sure we're allowed
to go through there?
I thought you weren't
a goody two shoes?
[chains rattling]
Told you.
You took the shortcut.
What's wrong?
DANIEL: Hey, shit stain.
Let's just go.
Hey, don't you walk
away from me, boy.
Who's the bunny?
What's she doing with you?
Answer the
question, shit stain.
I'm not a faggot.
Leave him alone, shithead.
So the bunny can talk.
Man, you got a mouth on you.
Why are you hanging
out with this faggot, bunny?
I said, I'm not a faggot.
Is that right, poor boy?
You're a stupid poor
loser with a slut mom.
Ain't that why daddy left?
You better leave him alone.
Or else.
Or else what?
What, are you
going to rat on us?
When you realize shit stain's
a loser, you come and find me.
Man, fuck this.
If my dad was
here, God, he would
have made him pay for that.
Well, he ain't.
And I don't need no daddy taking
care of me, especially yours.
- Who were they?
- Stupid jerks from my school.
Why did they
keep calling you...
Can we just drop it?
And what do you care anyway?
All you done was make
me look like a huge pussy.
I'm sorry, I was
just trying to help.
Well, you didn't.
What can I do to help?
You can stay away from me!
But I thought
we were friends.
Well, we ain't.
And never will be.
So stop asking questions.
I'm sorry.
[birds chirping]
I thought I told you
to make friends.
I was.
I was really
nice to him, but...
But what, Abby?
We came here to get away from
problems, not create new ones.
It's not like that.
When we got up to the
school, there was these guys
and they were
pushing him around.
And what?
What did you do?
When I tried to
help, Lucas got mad.
Don't lie to me, Abby.
Excuse me.
I said, don't lie to me.
Not excuse me,
what did you say?
Excuse me, I'm
going to my room.
[door slamming]
[water pouring]
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What's your problem?
I'm not the one
with the problem.
You're the one sneaking around
in the middle of the night.
What are you even
doing out here anyway?
That's my
business, not yours.
Now, go back.
I'm not... I'm
not going back.
Yeah, you are.
I don't need no goody two
shoes puppy dogging me out here.
I'll go back.
Straight back to
your house and I'll tell
your mom that you're out here.
- No!
How's that for a
goody two shoes?
If you're going with,
at least try and act cool.
And you can't tell
anyone we were out here.
What did I just say
about being cool?
Be cool.
[music playing]
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Where are we going anyway?
The old mill pond.
Wait, why?
What's with you and
all these questions?
Do you want to go or not?
You just asked me
like three questions.
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The train tracks used to go
through, but a couple of years
ago, they took them out.
So, no one really comes
back here no more.
I thought you said no one
comes out here anymore.
No one but
Daniel and his dad.
That's his RV over there.
ABIGAIL: Who's Daniel?
He's the one that
kept calling you bunny.
The other one was Ben.
What's their issue?
I don't know.
So, after my dad
left, Dan and his dad
used to come over a lot.
I'm not sure exactly what
happened, but after a while,
he just stopped coming over.
And that's when Daniel
started acting like that.
He's a stupid prick anyhow.
You don't really have
a lot of friends, do you?
I have friends.
They just don't
live around here,
so I don't get to see
them a lot, that's all.
You know, I could be
a pretty good friend.
Just give it a rest already.
[music playing]
[crickets chirping]
[metal banging]
You're going to
get us caught.
We probably better head back
in case someone heard you.
Thank you.
For what?
That was fun.
I mean, I guess.
I'll see you tomorrow?
[radio playing]
You hungry?
Is there something
I should know?
Ever since yesterday's
incident with that Lucas boy,
you seemed a little off.
Should I be worried?
I just didn't get a lot of
sleep with the move and all.
The diner has me on a
4-hour shift for my first day.
So I should be home by 2:00.
Please stay out of trouble.
[music starts]
DONNA: Bring me some.
Come on.
Why don't you
make yourself useful
and go and find me
some damn milk?
[music playing]
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Well, tonight I was
going to make a chili,
but you should come by
anyhow and I can make
you a little something extra.
You best watch yourself
around an officer of the law.
Do you know...
Best believe it.
Dammit, Lucas!
Look what you done did.
Come here.
Look at me.
You better quit
embarrassing me.
Now go give me a
new loaf of bread.
[suspenseful music]
Your total comes to 2.28.
Those beans are on sale.
Buy one get one free.
[light music plays]
[cash register opens]
That's right.
Got some change
in here somewhere.
You got change?
Thank you, good looking.
Excuse me, my son has
a staring problem today.
Just like his mama.
What'd you say?
It's so peaceful out here.
What are you doing here?
I couldn't sleep.
What are you doing here?
I couldn't sleep either.
My mama got someone over.
Sometimes I just don't
want to be home no more.
Yeah, I feel like
that sometimes too.
But I've never
had a place to go.
You could always come
down here, you know.
We have a place
to go and all.
It's nice to have somewhere
to go, especially with a friend.
I know you don't really
have a lot of friends.
I mean, it's OK.
I... I really don't have
any friends either.
You're actually
my first real friend.
So does that mean you've
never had a boyfriend either?
Me neither.
A girlfriend, I mean.
What if maybe I
was your girlfriend?
Does that mean
you want to kiss?
I mean, I guess.
We don't have to.
We should.
What now?
We should do something
that proves we really
are boyfriend and girlfriend.
Well, we did just kiss.
No. I mean...
No, I know.
I want you to have this,
but you have to promise
me that you'll wear it.
It's not exactly
what I meant.
ABIGAIL: Just promise
me that you'll wear it.
It will keep you safe.
Keep me safe from what?
Just promise you'll wear it.
What's going to
keep you safe?
You're stronger
than you think.
Ready for what?
OK, your turn.
In together, remember?
[glass breaking]
DAD: Shit!
Where are you,
you little shit?
Are you out here?
OK, let's go!
Let's go!
Let's go.
Put your ass
back in the house.
[music playing]
ABIGAIL: I can't believe
you broke his window.
Me neither.
I was aiming for the roof.
Felt good, I bet.
We probably
better get back in.
[door closing]
What are you doing?
Why are you dressed?
I can't do this again, Abby.
Then don't.
Can you leave?
Mom, I'm leaving.
EVE: Where are you going?
Outside with Lucas.
I am your mother.
And you're going
to listen to me, Abby.
You're not going outside.
Not after the
attitude last night.
You're grounded.
Now, I'm going to need
you to go to your room
and I'm not going
to tell you again.
Or what?
I'm going outside with Lucas.
Where are we going?
Anywhere but here.
Your mom again?
Sometimes all I want
to do is just run away.
Run away?
Well, how are you
going to run away
when you can't
even outrun me?
Come on.
Catch me.
Come on.
You're a drag.
Totally beat you.
Totally cheated.
Over here.
[suspenseful music]
How come you
hate it here so much?
It's not the town.
It's my mom.
She's always... it doesn't
matter what I do or say.
I always end up being wrong.
Doesn't matter.
So now we're gone.
What about me?
You can come with.
Where will we go?
Anywhere is better than here.
You know, like my dad...
Hey, bud.
What do you want, Daniel?
I know it was one of you.
I know one of you went
and broke my window.
Where are you
going, shit stain?
Man, you're bunny ain't going
to save you this time, faggot.
Better leave us alone.
Hit him, Lucas!
Lucas, hit him again.
You're so fucking
dead, shit stain.
I meant what I said
about running away.
I know.
I need your help
with dinner, please.
I have to go.
You don't.
EVE: Abby!
I'm coming.
I want to talk to you about
finding a new doctor out here.
Are you serious?
I just saw you with Lucas.
Were you spying on me?
I was gardening.
Why would you do that?
That's what I'm
supposed to do.
You know, it's bad enough
I had to deal with what
happened with your father.
The last thing we need is
some troubled kid next door.
You don't even know
anything about him.
And Lucas is my friend.
Whether you like it or not.
Abby, stop.
Do you think will be
OK with you putting
your hands on me like that?
You know damn well that's what
we came here to get away from.
And whether you like it or not,
your dad's not here anymore.
[suspenseful music]
[bell ringing]
up, I'm tired of y'all fooling.
I'm tired of being pregnant.
I'm tired of being here.
Y'all going to
work on them pigs.
And don't ask any questions.
When you're
done, let me know.
I'm tired and I
want to go home.
I thought you
were a tough guy.
Not so bad.
If you say so.
Ben, go on up to
the nurse's office
till you can
control yourself.
Go on now.
Why do you let him
treat you like that?
Look, can we
just finish this?
No, you don't...
I'm sorry.
I... I didn't
mean to do that.
Ms. Thompson, may I
please use the restroom?
Not unless your pig is done.
But I'm bleeding.
Take the hall pass.
Lucas, I'm sorry.
Hey, Ms. Thompson?
Maybe I ought to
bring Ben his things.
You know, since it
don't seem like he's
coming back anytime soon.
Is your pig done?
Just take the hall pass.
And please hurry.
[music playing]
[door slamming]
Where do you think
you're going, faggot?
Where's your bunny now?
You're so dead.
Oh, this is going to be fun.
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[upbeat music]
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You two, principal's
office now.
[door closes]
I'm sorry.
I know what I did was wrong,
but I did it for a good reason.
Save it, Abby.
I have to take
you back, Abby.
No, please,
please don't, mom.
I'm sorry, I can't
go back there.
Please, don't.
I have to do something.
If I don't, we both
know how this turns out.
No, it's not like
last time, I swear.
I really was just...
I was trying to help Lucas.
That doesn't explain the
way you've been treating me.
I'm... I'm sorry.
I'm sorry for snapping.
I... I...
I promise I'll do better.
And... and if I don't, then
you can just take me back.
Just let me try.
It's been hard without dad.
Thank you.
[suspenseful music]
[tires screeching]
What the hell?
[clock ticking]
[music playing]
(SINGING) Remember when
we burned together, yeah,
we were twin flames.
Two birds of a feather just
flying around in a golden cage.
But now that I'm free, I can see
everything and it's a new day.
Hey, I'm up and I'm
stuck and I ain't trying
to go back the other way.
If you need me, don't.
And if you want me now.
If you're sitting at home,
want to pick up the phone,
best just leave me alone.
If you need me, don't.
I guess.
Were you waiting for me?
Cause you sure
look ready to go.
- Do you want to go or not?
- Yeah.
Just know as soon as you
admit you were waiting for me.
OK, fine, fine.
I'm sorry.
It's fine.
Forget it.
[suspenseful music]
[music playing]
[upbeat music starts]
(SINGING) Then I met a
girl with eyes of solid gold.
I met a girl with
eyes of solid gold.
She got dreams in a
pocket and love in a soul.
Love, oh.
This isn't the way.
Yes, it is.
No, it's not.
The pond is over that way.
Yes, it is.
We're not going to the pond.
And where are we going?
I got you something.
Is it in the bag?
You'll see when we get there.
Well, how far is it?
Thought you didn't
like a lot of questions?
I learned it from you.
Well, we're almost there.
It's just hard to tell.
Everything looks
the same in the dark.
Are you lost?
Now come on.
I thought I heard something.
I don't hear
anything. [chattering]
I told you
someone's out here.
Now, let's go.
Are you scared?
Maybe I just don't want
you to get busted, all right?
[light cheerful music]
What's going on?
I told you, I got
you something.
[muffled yelling]
Shut up!
I said shut up!
[muffled speech]
Why is he like that Abby?
ABIGAIL: Because he's stupid.
A stupid, dumb
bully who thinks it's.
OK to pick on people who
can't do anything about it.
What are you
going to do, Abby?
Open it.
I don't get it.
What is all this stuff?
I'll show you.
We have makeup to make
him look like the little girl
that he is.
We have a camera
to get a picture of it.
And this.
[muffled yelling]
Is to cut him loose
when we're done.
What about these?
In case we get hungry, silly.
I... I really shouldn't
have to explain that one.
This doesn't feel right.
Doesn't feel right?
Does it feel right when
he pushes you around?
How about when he
calls you a faggot, Lucas,
does that feel right?
No, but...
We're getting a picture.
That way, if he's ever
mean again to anyone,
we can show the whole
school he's nothing but
a little crying
sissy girl, OK?
And that's why we're going
to be nice from now on.
Huh, little girl?
OK, fine.
If you're not going to
help, I'll just do it myself.
[suspenseful music]
[tape rips]
Who's the bunny now?
Get a good one.
Now, when I let you go,
you're going to be nice.
I swear I'll be nice.
Please, just let me go home.
You're not going to tell
anyone either, are you?
I swear I won't tell anyone.
And it better stay that way.
No, I promise.
I promise I
won't tell anyone.
[suspenseful music]
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I'm nobody's bunny.
Abby, stop!
[gasping for air]
[gasping continues]
[heavy breathing]
Lucas, I had to.
Now help me cut him loose.
Hey, man, I...
Abby, I can't...
I can't be a part of this.
You already are.
Your dad's not
coming back, OK?
Your mom hates you.
It's just you and me now.
Everything will be fine, OK?
We have each other.
In it together, remember?
Now, let's drag him to
the pond and chuck him in.
I told you the crackers
were a good idea.
Now grab a leg.
You're going to have to help.
I can't... I can't
do this by myself.
If I give you a
cracker, will you help?
[suspenseful music]
We're never going to make it.
Besides, even if we do,
they're just going to follow
the trail straight there.
But, Abby, we can't
just leave him here.
Sure we can.
But, Abby, we... we
have to do something.
We are.
We're going to go home.
I meant with the body.
No, we don't.
What if someone finds him?
And if they find
him, they find us.
And so what if they do?
OK, no one will
ever know that it's us.
They'll just probably think it
was some local child molester,
pedophile, or whatever guy.
Stop tripping.
We'll be fine.
[suspenseful music]
[TV show chatter]
[gravel crunching]
[door closing]
Hope y'all don't mind.
Thought I'd let myself in.
DONNA: Oh, you can let
yourself in any time you want.
Ain't you going to say hi?
Damn it, Lucas Dean
Wright, you better speak!
Now look here, boy.
I'm going to let
that one slide.
But before you know it, I
might be your new daddy.
Things are going to
change around here.
Copy that?
He's not your boy.
Don't talk like.
Don't talk like.
Don't talk like.
I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
DONNA: Lucas,
go to your room.
Damn it.
I am so sick and tired of
you acting like a little shit.
You are going to
go to your and you're
going to stay there
until I decide I'm
ready to deal with you again.
Do you understand me?
Or what?
Hi, Ms. Wright.
Is Lucas home?
Yeah, but he can't
come out right now.
He done gone and got
himself into some trouble.
Anyhow, a nice
little girl like you
shouldn't be seeing
a boy like Lucas.
Get on home.
Say, you don't know nothing
about that broken window at the
old Stetson place
now, do you?
Know what?
What's he talking about?
I don't know nothing.
I have half a mind to send
your ass back to your daddy.
Do it then.
You want to be an asshole?
You done lost your room.
Get in here.
No. No.
DONNA: Shut up.
This is your room now.
I wish you were dead!
I hate you.
I hate you!
[suspensful music]
You're just like
your father, Lucas.
Go live with your
father, Lucas.
You're a piece
of shit, Lucas.
You're a piece of shit!
I hate you!
Maybe if you weren't
such a pussy, none of us
would have to
deal with her shit.
Stupid pussy!
I got something to
say about that window.
[door opens]
[door closes]
[door closes]
[low droning]
[suspensful music]
[gravel crunching]
You're right.
I should have said
something sooner.
You're lucky
your mama and I...
Let's just say if it wasn't
me knowing your mama,
you'll be in a whole
different kind of mess.
Sorry, sir.
I knew it was
stupid when I did it.
I was feeling bad.
That's why I said so.
Well, I'm glad you did.
Being able to
take responsibility
for your mistakes, it's the
first step to being a man, son.
But that don't change
the fact you're still going
to be paying for that window.
Yes, sir.
I sure am glad
my mama met you.
It's been pretty hard
for the both of us
ever since my dad left.
It'd be nice to have like
someone around, you know.
Well, not like that.
Come on now, let's
get on out of here.
Get this over with.
Put it behind us.
[suspenseful music]
Hey, where are you going?
I was just...
I'm going to show you
where I threw the rock from.
That ain't necessary.
Come on, let's
go on and knock.
[low music]
[suspenseful music]
[suspenseful music]
[heavy breathing]
What the hell are you doing?
I slipped on some
mud on the way back
and I tried to wash
it off because I don't
want to make
no mess in there.
Then what do you call this?
I'll go grab a towel
and clean it up.
Yeah, you're
damn right you will.
And now.
Not an hour from now.
And get them
jeans in the wash.
Wait, hold on.
What kind of mud
you done slipped in?
You know what, I don't
even want to hear it.
Go get in the house.
Yes, ma'am.
[music grows]
[liquid pouring]
other news, a small town
is reeling after the
discovery of two bodies today.
One was identified as
a local sheriff's deputy.
The other was a 42-year-old
man whose teenage son
had been missing
for two days.
Police and volunteers
continue to search
the woods near
Telegraph Road for the boy.
has any information regarding
the missing teen, they
are urged to contact their
local authorities
No other family
has stepped forward
with any information
regarding the boy or his father.
Other classmates have
shared their sentiments,
saying that Daniel
was always a bit rough,
but they often felt
sad for his situation
and hoped to see him
safely back at school.
EVE: I was just thinking
about when you were little.
How I used to hold
you, keep you safe.
How I used to think no matter
what happens in this world,
I'd always be there
to keep you safe.
What you drinking?
Nothing, honey.
Doesn't look like nothing.
You know alcohol
can kill you, right?
A lot of things
can kill you, Abby.
[radio playing]
[gun cocks]
Something has
to be done, Abby.
It has to be this way.
I can't sit by and
watch it happen.
You have no idea
the pain I deal with.
And it's not just me, Abby.
Think of the pain and the
hurt you and your father
caused those poor families.
And it's so hard knowing
no matter what I do,
you'll never be
able to change.
That's who you are.
But it ends today.
[suspensful music]
Please, help me.
My... my mom
just shot herself.
I live at 415 Mayfair...
No, no, she's...
She's not breathing.
Please, help me.
No, I don't.
Please hurry.
DONNA: What are
these potatoes doing
all over the floor in here?
Are you even listening to me?
Lucas Dean!
Goddamn it, Lucas!
What kind of hell of a
mess is this anyhow?
Clean this shit up!
I'll show you.
This is what you want
to spend your time doing?
I mean, that little bag ain't
going to save you from what I'm
about to do to
your little ass.
[suspenseful music]
[suspenseful music continues]
I'm sorry, but
your mama, she...
Well, she didn't make it.
Now, I know this ain't
going to be easy and...
And believe me, this...
This ain't something
I want to be doing, but,
well, I got to ask, did...
Did your mama say anything?
She just kept saying that
she shouldn't have done it.
That she shouldn't
have killed them.
She said that she was sorry.
And then she...
and then she...
Why would she do
something like this?
I've been doing this
a long time, Abby,
and all I can tell you is
that sometimes people just
ain't who they seem.
In a minute, Garrett.
Is there... is there someone
we can call for you?
Maybe a family
member that's close by.
One of the other policemen
already called my grandma.
They said she's on the way.
All right then.
Well, I'll be right here
with you till they get here.
Ms. Wright said that I
could go stay at her place
until she gets
here, if that's OK?
Well, I'm not sure
that's such a...
It would make me
feel a lot better if I could
be with a friend right now.
I reckon that'll
be all right.
But... but I'll be right out
here in case you need me.
All right?
Go on.
Head over.
Yes, sir.
No, go on, keep it.
But when your grandma gets here,
I need to talk to her quick.
And then I'll send her over.
Thank you.
[light music]
[door unlocking]
Let me in.
[police radio]
What's going on over there?
Just let me in.
[light music]
We got to go.
No shit.
[suspenseful music]
[light music]
[suspenseful music]
[door opens]
[suspenseful music]
Sheriff Moxey to dispatch.
Go for dispatch.
We're going to need
all available units
out here at Mayfair Avenue.
Copy that, Sheriff.
It's a 4-17 this time.
Looks like we got
us another body.
We also got two missing
children, one boy and one girl.
So let's get an APB out with
a checkpoint on the roads,
say within about
30 miles or so.
RADIO: State troopers.
Someone's bound to drive
past soon and pick us up.
I don't think
anyone's coming.
What's so funny?
That's what started all this.
What's that?
You throwing rocks.
Hey, look.
Now what?
Do you know how to drive?
Well, if they're dead, they're
not going to need their van.
OK, let's go.
Get in the van.
Please, don't hurt him.
I said, get in the van.
[suspenseful music]
[door slams]
[suspenseful music continues]
[door slams]
[gravel crunching]
Driver, put your hands
outside the window.
ABIGAIL: Help, please!
Please, help!
Kids, slowly exit the
vehicle and walk towards me.
Driver, do not move.
Thank you.
Step aside.
Get inside the vehicle.
You'll be safe there.
Driver, put your hands
outside the window,
open the door
from the outside.
[suspenseful music]
Now put your hands behind your
head, interlock your fingers,
and drop to your knees.
Get your hands up!
I will shoot.
Get your hands up, I said.
[suspenseful music plays]
[shotgun racks]
[upbeat music]
I knew you could do it.
Come here.
In it together?
In it together.
Get in the van.
[upbeat music continues]
Dad, spill it.
Go ahead, Lucas.
Stop tripping.
We'll be fine.
[suspenseful music]
If you're going to
kill me, do it already.
That hole is never
going to work.
Grab the bat, let's go,
if you want my help.
Why are you helping me?
I'm not.
I'm helping the person
who gave you that necklace.
I want you to have
this, but you have
to promise me
that you'll wear.
Abby's my daughter.
My daughter.
[intense music]
DONNA: This reminds me of
your good for nothing father.
That little bag ain't gonna
save you from what I'm
about to do to
your little ass.
I told you it would
keep you safe.
[music playing]
[music continues]
I'm glad you're my friend.
small Alabama town, leaving five
dead and two
children missing.
Please urge anyone
with information
to call their local
authorities immediately.
[music playing]
[light music]
[car running]
[light music]
[music intensifies]
[upbeat music fades up]
(SINGING) I took a walk, met
a man with a burn in his hand.
I took a walk, met a man
with a burn in his hand.
He's a mysterious figure,
got the world at his command.
Then I met a girl
with eyes of solid gold.
I met a girl with
eyes of solid gold.
She got dreams in her
pocket and love in her soul.
Oh whoa.
I just walk on.
Oh whoa.
Baby, I just walk on.
Oh Lord, I just walk on.
I just walk on.
Ma ma ma ma my.