All I Need (2016) Movie Script

- Hey, hey Kevin.
How's it going?
No, no, no, no, no,
I'm just getting ready.
I'll be there in a minute.
Look but I.
Come on man.
Look is there anything
I can do for you?
Alright, thank
you for the offer.
I appreciate that I really do.
- Andrew.
- Hey Lindsey, is, is Zoe there?
- Yeah she's
getting ready for school.
- I just wanted to
talk to her for a second.
- It's not a good idea,
I don't want her to be late.
- I don't want her
to be late either, I just.
- Andrew, I
can't, I can't do this now.
- What do you
mean, you can't do this now?
Look I just want to talk to
my daughter for a second.
- Okay, we gotta go.
Maybe, you know maybe
try back after school.
- Lindsey!
Don't hang up on.
- Andrew,
your check didn't clear.
You say you want to talk to
Zoe, but she doesn't need that.
What she needs is for you to
pay the child support payments
you're supposed to.
I'm tired of having
this discussion
and I'm tired of relying on you.
If you want your daughter in
your life, pay what you owe.
- Shh.
- Wait, wait, wait.
Wait, wait.
I don't.
- That won't do us any good.
- What's going on?
- I don't know what's going on.
I don't know how we got here.
I don't know where here is.
Get your feet okay?
You never know how long
he's gonna be gone.
We need to hurry.
We need to hurry.
- How are you here?
- I woke up over there.
I worked on my bonds all night.
Lucky for me, not the other
girl, I was able to hide.
- He forgot about you?
- Is there any more back there?
- Yeah, there's a couple pieces.
- Hello.
- Uh yeah, I think I got
your package by mistake.
- It wasn't a mistake.
I was hoping you
would do a job for me.
- I don't understand.
- I have a job for you.
Are you interested?
- What's the.
- A delivery.
If you can deliver
the package for me
you earn another
two hundred dollars.
- I'm sorry man,
I'm not a mailman.
- Very well.
No hard feelings huh.
Listen, the amount that
you have is yours to keep.
Just put the rest outside,
I take care of it.
- What's in it?
- Open it.
- Look man, I don't want to get
involved in anything that's.
- It's nothing bad, open it.
- Books?
- That's all.
- I don't understand why
you couldn't deliver this.
- Look it's
hard to find good help.
People you can trust.
You just seem like a loyal
person that could use the help.
- Is this a joke?
- No, it's not
joke, is a job offer.
Do you want the job?
- Look, I just
don't understand why
you couldn't deliver this.
- I already told you.
If you don't want the job,
you don't have to take it.
Do you want the job?
- You don't even know my name.
- What's your name?
- Andrew.
- Do you want the job Andrew?
- Can I think about it?
- Of course, I'll be in touch.
- Hello.
- Do you want the job, Andrew?
- Yes.
- Great.
4437 Williamson road.
A package is outside
of your door.
Half the payment is included.
The remainder upon delivery.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa,
what about the other package?
- Keep it, a
new one's at the door.
- Please.
- I can't feel my legs.
- Shh.
- Please.
- Okay.
- Oh my god.
Is that him?
Oh my god, that's him.
That's him, he's
going to kill us.
He's going to kill us.
Oh my god.
What are you doing?
What are you doing?
Is that going to work?
- Come on!
I'll pull you up.
- Hey!
Please don't leave me.
No, no, no.
- Sir?
- Hello, Andrew.
How are you?
- I'm doing
very well sir, thank you.
- Great and the
business with your daughter?
- All taken care
of, can't thank you enough.
- Good, good.
If there's one thing we must do,
it's take care of
our young women.
- Yes sir, is there
something I can do for you?
- Now that you ask, yes.
I have an important delivery
I need taken care of.
This one is somewhat critical,
do you think you can handle it?
- It won't be a problem.
- Be careful with
this one, it's very important.
- Will do, sir.
- Andrew
- yes?
- Do you want to
know what's in the package?
- No, sir I
don't need to know that.
- Good man.
It will be in the usual place.
- Excuse me, sir.
I was wondering if you
could spare me some change?
Come on let's go.
- Hello?
- What happened, Andrew?
- Look, I got jumped but
don't worry about it.
I will find them and
I will get it back.
- I hope you
can fix this, Andrew.
If not, I fear our business
will come to an end.
- Hello?
Hello, hello sir?
- Yes.
- I can't find them, sir.
I'm sorry.
- It's very disappointing.
- I know, I can't
apologize enough.
- Andrew, I
need someone dependable.
Someone that will accomplish
the tasks they are given.
- I can be that
person for you, sir,
I just need another chance.
- I don't think you understand.
Finding true loyalty,
a person that will
act without hesitation.
That will not question my
guidance, that is of value to me.
- I can be that for
you, I know I can.
- 170 cherry Lane.
The gate will be open.
Make sure they
never do it again.
- I will.
- Woah!
- Take it easy, man!
It wasn't us!
- I did it.
- I have to say
Andrew I'm impressed, great job.
- Thank you.
- You know what Andrew?
I think it's time to
discuss your future.
- What about it?
- Well my employer
has been searching for
sometime for a partner
that could take on more
difficult tasks
tasks of a private
nature that require
a certain sensitivity.
- What would I have to do?
- I don't want to
get into that over the phone
but it would be a step
up, easily six figures.
More than enough to get
rid of all your problems.
- I don't know.
Why me?
- You have proven
yourself in many ways, Andrew.
Honestly I think
you'll be a good fit.
Are you interested?
- Yes.
- Great, I will
arrange a car for you.
My employer would like to talk
to you in person about it.
A word of advice,
keep an open mind.
- I will.
- I'm here for a meeting.
- The saucer as well.
- No, that's all for
now, thank you, Bindu.
Paul speaks highly of you.
He say's you're faithful,
you can be trusted.
Is that true?
- Yes.
- Sit down.
What do you want, Andrew?
Honestly, if you could have
anything, what would it be?
- I would want a
better life for myself,
be able to take
care of my family.
- You mean your daughter.
- Yes, my daughter.
- She's your only family?
- Yes.
- What would you do for her?
- I would buy her nice
things for school.
Put money away for her college.
- This is what you want?
- Yes.
- No, this is what
you need, not want.
You need to take care of her,
you need to provide for her.
The difference between
want and need is one
not many people understand.
What you want is to give
her the kind of life
that most only dream of.
Am I right?
- Yes.
- You see the difference?
- I do.
Why am I here?
- Won't you ask me what I want?
- What do you want?
- So many things.
I want my husband to have
survived that silly war,
but death is a part of life
and we will all face it.
I want to feel safe,
I want to feel like the
world isn't controlling me
but it's a fight
time is not on my side.
I want the years that were
taken from me while he was gone,
but time is fickle.
Youth and age do not
walk hand in hand.
But there is something
that can be done
and I need someone
to help me do it.
That's why you're here.
- What do you need?
- I will always remember my
husband just as he left me.
He will never age and for some
that's the best they could
ever ask for, to always be
that person, at their best,
even if it's only in memory.
However, the rest of
us aren't so lucky.
Our faults will only magnify
until we are unrecognizable.
Who would know it's us, once
time has run its course?
- I'm sorry.
- Elizabeth.
- Elizabeth, but I don't know
what we're talking about.
- We're talking
about youth, Andrew.
Keeping that which is yours.
Striking the uncertainty
of ageing from its hold.
- How?
- I found a way,
but it requires a
certain kind of skillset.
- What do you want me to do?
- It's not what I want
you to do, Andrew,
it's what you need to do.
- What is it?
- I will provide
specimens for you.
- What specimens?
- Young women.
And you will extract
their blood for me.
- Extract their blood?
- But only the freshest will do.
- I don't understand.
- You will do this because it
is the most fitting end to the
lives of these girls.
They will always be
remembered as they are,
young and beautiful.
Their youth will be
carried forward in
the memories of their families.
- I can't.
- You will do this because
I'm owed it for the youth
that was taken
from me years ago.
How old is your daughter?
- 14.
- What a wonderful age.
One that should be
savored, wouldn't you say?
You will do this because your
daughter will want for nothing
for the rest of her life.
She will be akin to royalty
and she'll have you
to thank for it.
You yourself will be given the
life you've always deserved.
Or we can go back to
where you started?
- Where do all the
girls come from?
- Everywhere.
- Why haven't you been caught?
- Wealth affords many
things, as you will learn.
- Wealth affords
many things, as you will learn.
- How much time do
I have to decide?
- Are you interested?
- Yes.
- Perfect, a vacancy
just opened up.