All Is Foreseen (2017) Movie Script

Every minute of the day,
we have a free choice.
Every one of us has a right to choose.
Our choices affect the rest of our lives.
Some of these choices are more
important, and some are less.
I believe wholeheartedly
that all is foreseen,
but freedom of choice is given.
We all have endless possibilities
within the lives we lead.
I'm sure you think to yourself
all that time, what if?
What if I had proposed
to my first girlfriend?
What if I had moved to New York?
When we step outside of our comfort zone,
amazing things can happen to us.
But what does it take in order for us
to actually get out of our comfort zone?
Good morning.
I hope this is how you take your coffee.
Did you eat anything today?
No, but...
coffee's a good start.
Today's lunch is on me.
I want you to take it.
I've got to go.
All right guys, I have got amazing news.
Cleveland came back to win
after being down three games to one.
Nobody's ever done that before!
We just made a ton of money.
We don't have to work for like six months.
The timing was perfect, 'cause
I could really use a rest.
It will be very good for my health.
Don't you have anything to say?
Hi, I need to make an
appointment with Dr. Adams.
Three weeks?
All right, what about the alternate?
Okay, make an appointment with her.
No, I need it as soon as possible.
Can I get in today?
No, it's okay, I'll just come in and wait.
All right, thanks.
WOMAN: So how late
did you stay last night?
I got it all done, though.
Everything is covered for the meeting.
Is it okay that we let
them have the recipes?
We can save all the
recipes on a hard drive.
We managed to keep up with our deadline.
We're just waiting on a final call
to set up the meeting for tomorrow.
Well, all the recipes are done,
and we'll just wait for
them to sign the contract.
I know you don't want to see him,
but we're going to have to
invite him to the meeting.
I don't mind seeing him.
He's still my best friend.
You're the best.
I'll call him right now.
I will have you know that
kids carry lots of diseases
and viruses that they get
from other kids at school.
You bring home new germs every day.
All right, I'm sorry.
I'm just not used to
being around children.
I think it's very unhealthy.
Did you get all your shots?
You're betting on the wrong team.
This one?
Yeah, they're gonna lose.
Yeah, that's a lock.
- No.
- Look.
Look at that.
That's how much they made me last time.
It's never gonna work.
No, I'm not gonna bet against them.
If you want to lose.
All right.
KID: There's no way.
MAN: All right, I'll do it.
KID: Hi, mom.
Hey, sweetie.
How was school today?
KID: Good.
Is your cough any better today?
I think so, I don't know.
I hope so.
Do you mind sticking around
for one more patient?
Okay, sure.
I'm sorry.
Mr. Wiley.
Hi, I'm Dr. Kareem.
Hi, nice to meet you.
Nice to meet you.
You too.
I can take you in back if you're ready.
I am ready.
Right this way.
Okay, deep breath in.
Okay, one more time.
I know you.
No, really, we've met before.
DOCTOR: Mm-hm.
I'm not just trying to pick up on you.
Well, not just trying to pick up on you.
I'll figure it out.
April and David's wedding.
You're the sister, right?
Wow, small world!
Yeah, David's a good friend of mine.
Oh, okay, yeah.
I'm sorry, I don't...
I don't remember meeting you.
Ah, that's just 'cause your brain's full
of all that medical knowledge.
That is true.
Look, I'm not offended
that you don't remember me,
even though I did ask you to dance.
I feel bad.
I'm sorry.
Oh, man, my heart rate.
It's just beating like a mother!
Well you're good!
Yeah, all your results are normal.
Do you think I need to
start taking beta blockers?
Besides, how do you even
know about beta blockers?
Well, I read.
A lot.
Well you have nothing to worry about.
You're actually in really good health.
You're fine.
Come on, I'll walk you out.
After you.
Oh, thank you. (LAUGHING)
Hi, April.
How are you?
APRIL: I'm fine.
Come in please.
Where is David?
Oh, he's not here.
I had the feeling you were
gonna give me some bad news.
Your studies came back.
they're not normal.
Do you remember the
miscarriage that you had?
Because of it, there is extensive damage
to your uterine wall,
and you have a syndrome
called Asherman syndrome,
which make pregnancy
very, very difficult.
I'm sorry.
Can I get you some water?
Can I get you some water?
Oh, um...
I mean, I was starving.
And yet I gave you the last apple
even though I knew you just had
a huge sandwich two hours before that.
Oh, man, your stomach was growling.
And you're like, "No,
baby, you should eat it.
"Don't worry, it's gonna go
bad if you don't eat it."
We really should have
gotten a map for the road.
How was I supposed to
know we'd run out of gas
in the middle of the desert?
You're the man, you're supposed
to take care of these things.
I'm supposed to pack the meals,
and you're supposed to
take care of the road.
God, I've missed you.
How long this has been?
16 days.
Still sure you want
to file these papers?
Look, I don't want to
waste your time, okay?
I'm not ready for kids.
I respect your decision.
I just think it's a huge mistake.
You deserve someone who's
gonna fulfill your needs.
Okay, don't give me that face.
What face?
You're a face.
- Thank you.
- Okay, I'll cover my face.
That's better.
Listen, guys, it's very simple.
We went over the details many times.
All we have to do at this
point is sign the contracts.
What about paragraph 57?
Can we revise it?
I feel like Mrs. Rogan's
recipes are not being protected.
Do you have any other
concerns other than that?
All right, may we have the room?
We need a few minutes.
Let them change 57.
We just need them to sign
the contract, revised or not.
Come see this.
They'll have no way to
protect those recipes.
I checked.
All right.
I want nothing to do with them.
That's okay, I'll go
tell them the deal is off.
Do we need to find another factory now?
Either another factory
or another sponsor,
but don't worry, we've got
plenty of time for a solution.
Oh my god!
Four years of all that work, just gone.
I could really use a drink right now.
I actually really need to talk to you.
You two grab a drink,
and we'll figure something out tomorrow.
All right, yes!
Oh, hey, it's you!
Hey, I won because of you!
Check it out.
How did you know?
Next time, we go 50-50.
Huh, we'll se about that.
Believe me, I can use the money.
All right, deal.
So, uh, what'd your mom say?
Are you contagious?
Oh, oh, hey! (CHUCKLING)
Mr. Wiley, how are you doing?
I'm doing a little better,
but I think I'm gonna have to set
another appointment with you very soon.
Oh, yeah, well, I can see
that your pulse is racing fast again.
Huh, right.
This thing.
Mom, can we sit with him?
Oh, honey, no, I don't
want to bother Mr. Wiley.
Wiley Oh, no, really,
it's no problem at all.
Please, have a seat.
No, no, seriously.
I mean, there's other tables open,
and he still kinda has a cough,
so we'll just sit over there, it's okay.
Take care, Mr. Wiley.
Thank you.
So glad we got desert for later!
Looks good, huh?
We'll save it for when we get home.
So, I've never seen
you guys in here before.
Do you eat here often?
I mean, we like the food.
It's good.
Oh, honey!
- Let me get you a kleenex.
- Thank you.
You're welcome.
So, is your dad joining
us for lunch today?
(GIGGLING) You don't
stand a chance with my mom.
Looks like you're having
a worse day than I am.
I'm Steven, by the way.
Nice to meet you, Steven.
I'm Sharon.
Did you have anything to eat today?
No, but I've lost my appetite.
That makes both of us.
You want to talk about it?
Something really unpleasant
happened to me today.
But I feel like...
your troubles are bigger than mine.
It's embarrassing to talk about.
Well you seem like
a good person, and...
my troubles aside, you can talk about it
if it'll make you feel better.
I just realized the
people I was supposed
to close a deal with were
planning to steal from me.
I didn't even see it coming.
It's the end.
But did they actually take anything?
You saved yourself from these thieves.
It's a pretty good day.
I think I'm relieved.
I don't even need to see my therapy.
You know what?
Let me give you something.
Take this.
You deserve it more than he does.
I'm serious.
You could use it.
And you know, this more importantly,
I want you to have my business card.
It has my office number, my address.
It's just right around the corner.
Please don't hesitate if
you need anything at all.
Thank you.
So you did well, huh?
Yeah, I won big.
Yeah, I'm on fire.
And what's with this place, by the way?
We never come here.
Oh, well I ran in to Lisa once here,
and I was kinda thinking
she might show up.
I'd really love to see her again.
Well you know she's got a
child, and you don't like kids.
She's got the whole package.
Yeah, but this kid's not like most kids.
This kid's a freaking genius.
No, he is, and he's really good at sports.
Oh, that's important.
It is to me.
You know it's like my life.
If only I could get her
to go to dinner with me.
Good luck with that.
So what can you tell me about her?
Speaking of which.
All right, go time.
Hey, Lisa!
(CHUCKLING) It's you again.
I wanted to give you
Holden's cut of the winnings.
Oh, no, please, keep your money.
Seriously, I just, I don't
think it's that educational.
All right, well at least
let me buy you lunch.
Oh, I'm actually in
a hurry, but thank you.
All right, well, how about you let me
buy you dinner sometime next week then?
Come on, just think about it.
Okay, I will think about it.
All right.
Well, David's here.
You should go talk to him.
Yeah, he'll tell you
what a great guy I am.
Huh, I'm sure he will. (CHUCKLING)
I mean, look at the two of us.
We'd be perfect together.
Young doctor and a hypochondriac.
Come on.
My mother would be so proud.
(LAUGHING) I'm sure she would.
- Hi.
- How are you?
I'm good, how are you?
I'm good.
How is April?
She's doing good.
I miss her so much.
I know, I'm sorry.
You guys are both such amazing
people, and I love you both.
I know you're gonna work this out.
Yes, just hang in there.
Okay, I will talk to you next week.
Yeah, great!
I'll get your number from David?
Sounds good.
Well one thing's for sure,
my son sure likes you.
He's a cool kid.
He likes him too.
I don't understand these instructions.
It says identify cables and wires.
Okay, honey, honey, it's okay.
We'll read it again.
Okay, all right.
Don't be hard on yourself.
All right.
We'll get this.
Do not install GFCI receptacle.
- Okay, so maybe the...
- Hello?
Hi, honey.
Oh, Peaches!
It's great to see you!
Oh, great to see you too.
I've missed you, kid.
I've missed you too. (LAUGHING)
Okay, I'm gonna put these groceries away.
Oh, honey, don't forget your jacket.
You left it here yesterday.
I put it on the chair.
APRIL: Okay.
Okay, so, sweetheart, I think you need
to maybe turn it the other direction.
You think?
Yeah, well why don't you try it.
All right.
The other direction.
All right, that's good.
All right, so now let's
look at the picture.
Is that the same?
Maybe turn it...
Well, no, the picture's like that.
You're home!
What a surprise!
I've missed you, kid.
APRIL: I've missed you as well.
You know, why don't...
Why don't you look for
another screwdriver?
Maybe these are the wrong ones.
Why don't you go check your toolbox
and see if you can get a different one?
Is Lisa coming as well?
She should be stopping
by some time this weekend.
Ah, good.
How was your day?
It's getting worse.
He left food on the fire today.
We have to get the
caregiver in more often.
I need help.
It's not a problem, okay?
I want you to be able to
go to the grocery store
and live a normal life.
And don't worry about the money.
I'm gonna take care of it.
Thank you.
I miss my grandson.
And I know she's busy.
I do, I know, but...
You have to make time every now and then
to see your parents, don't you?
Isn't that...
I know, but she's a single mother.
She works all the time.
She barely even gets to see Holden.
She sends her love, and
she misses you guys.
I'm sure she'll stop by this weekend.
That's what you said last weekend.
Maybe we should check on dad, huh?
Yeah, yeah.
Good seeing you.
Good seeing you too, honey.
I'm gonna take care of the money, okay?
Don't worry about it.
Please, don't tell Lisa.
I won't.
I won't say anything.
- Bye.
- Bye.
See you tomorrow.
Be careful driving home.
I will.
Are you all finished?
Hey, good to see you.
APRIL: Good to see you too.
How are you doing with everything?
MICHAEL: What's up, buddy?
Lisa will be here in a minute.
Oh, cool, sounds good.
Come sit with us.
You bring your laptop?
Of course.
I got something I gotta show you.
All right.
April, come look!
We're gonna win again!
Double up.
Last week we won $7,000 from one game.
Is that true?
It sure is.
So if I wanted to place
a bet, what would I do?
Well you just tell me
how much you want to make,
and my man here will make it happen.
Mom thinks it's very un-educational.
That's okay.
It's our little secret.
Hey, guys.
I am so sorry I am late.
Got holed up at work.
Did you get your homework done?
- Mm-hm.
- Yes?
Thank you.
No worries.
- For picking him up.
- Of course.
Where did you park your car?
I didn't see it in the driveway.
I sold it.
Yeah, I got a great deal.
You did not even tell me
that you were thinking
about selling your car.
Don't worry about it.
I needed the money, so
I'll get another one.
You guys have fun.
Holden and I are gonna go.
Come on, baby.
Good to see you.
Hi, yes.
Sorry, I got held up at work. (LAUGHING)
Don't worry about it.
Hey, you look exhausted!
Oh, yeah, thank you.
Tell you what, why don't
we just stay in and relax,
and we could order some sushi?
That would actually be wonderful.
That is the best thing I've heard all day.
Thank you.
Yeah, cool.
But we're gonna have to do it soon,
because my blood sugar's
starting to drop, so.
Sure, I'll grab my phone.
All right, let's do this.
What'd you guys do while I was gone?
Ah, we just played on my laptop.
You didn't make bets in
front of Holden, did you?
He's a genius, you know?
Yeah, I know.
He knows sports better than
anybody that I've ever met.
But I knew how you felt
about it, so we refrained.
Good kid.
All right, show me.
You just got the games,
there's the betting line,
and you can bet whatever you want.
Wait, what's that?
Did April make a bet?
Oh yeah, she asked me
to set this up for her.
I think she's gonna start trying it.
God, that's so weird.
I don't know, I think there's
something going on with her.
She made this bet, she sold her car.
She obviously needs money.
She's been going through a lot lately.
Yeah, I know.
I just wish she would take
money when I offer it to her.
It's like...
I have an idea.
She won't take money from me,
but she will take it if
she thinks she won it.
Michael, will you please just tell her
she hit it big on one of her bets,
and I'll give you the
money to give to her.
If that's what you want
me to do, then I'll do it.
Thank you.
There's actually something else
I want to talk to you about.
Actually, I don't even know
how to say this to you.
What is it?
Is it my blood work?
It is your blood work.
I don't know how to tell you this.
You're completely healthy!
Yeah, you have a complete bill of health.
Yes, you're like 100% healthy.
I don't know, I'm gonna
have to get a second opinion.
Well you're like a super-young doctor.
Right, okay.
Well I was thinking about
kissing you tonight,
but I don't know if that's
gonna happen anymore.
Heart rate picking up?
You gonna be okay?
Yeah, I'm good.
Luckily I have a doctor in the house.
You do, a young one though.
Still better than nothing.
Now you're really not
getting kissed. (LAUGHING)
95 miles per hour, ah!
Hi, sweetie pie!
Everything okay?
Yes, everything is fine.
Can I please have dad's guitar?
Sure, sweetie.
Super ultra beginner strumming,
nice and easy, with lots of patience.
Hi, it's me.
Hello, Steven, are you okay?
How are you?
How is he?
How's he doing?
He has you guitar again.
It's just so awful.
First he lost Natalie, and he's lost you.
He's watching videos on the internet.
He's trying to teach himself
how to play the guitar.
He misses you so much, Steven.
I, uh...
I have to go.
I only did what you asked me to do.
I'm sorry.
What have I done?
I miss him so much.
Good morning, my beautiful princess.
Good morning, my love.
Define love.
It's not like you to be so insecure.
DAVID: Seriously.
Define true love.
Love is...
Okay, so if the universe lined up
all the men in the world,
and I had to choose,
every single morning I'd choose one man.
Every single morning, I would choose you
without a second thought.
You are the most amazing
woman I've ever seen in my life.
You always knock me off my feet.
And I had a little production
planned for us tonight,
but because of what you've said,
I've changed my mind and
I'm gonna do it right now.
Hold on one second.
Oh my god!
Will you marry me?
Yes, yes, yes!
I guess we're not going to work today.
JAMES: I don't think so.
- I love you so much.
- I love you.
Wait, we gotta try this one first.
Oh, yes, make sure it fits.
There we go.
What do you think?
I think you're my wife.
I love you.
SHARON: There you are!
I've decided to have
lunch with you today.
It's tuna!
You want it?
Are you in a hurry?
Is there something I can help you with?
There he is!
With the red backpack!
His name is Adam.
I want you to give him this guitar.
Hi, Adam.
I know you problem don't know me,
but I have something very special
from someone who loves you very much.
Is it from my dad?
Can I see him?
I miss him.
I'm sure you're gonna see him soon.
I know you probably shouldn't
be talking to strangers,
so take it and go straight home.
You have a kid, huh?
Okay, lay it on me.
What, is mom complaining about me again?
No, she just wants to see you.
You know, her doctor.
I know.
I don't know, maybe we could
go visit her next weekend.
Well, no matter what I am, you
will always be her favorite.
Oh, no, they're so proud of you.
Mom always calls you wonder woman.
I have to agree.
I mean, I can barely get through the day,
and I don't have children.
I know, I felt like there's been
something going on with you.
You just, you haven't
been yourself lately.
You look sad.
There's something that I've
been meaning to tell you.
Last time when I went to the doctors,
they told me that, because
of the miscarriage...
I can't have kids.
Are you sure?
I mean, did you get a second opinion.
Of course.
Sweetie, I'm so sorry.
I'm sorry.
What did David say when you told him?
David wanted kids.
I wanted that for David.
I couldn't tell him.
I hate to tell you this, but
you have to tell him the truth.
Promise me that you will!
I mean, I'm not trying
to tell you what to do,
but trust me on this one.
He deserves to know.
Honey, this did not just happen to you.
It happened to both of you.
I know what you're thinking,
but it's more complicated than that.
He's better off this way.
Ever since I got back
from Afghanistan, my...
My mind has been wrestling
with the things that I've seen.
And I can be difficult to live with.
And a few months ago, Natalie
was diagnosed with cancer.
I lost the will to live.
I wish it wasn't true,
but he's better off with his grandparents.
I believe every problem can be solved.
Whenever you're ready,
please come and visit me at my office.
I could really use your help.
I know.
Unless we have more pieces
that have gone into the abyss.
I give up.
You give up?
- It doesn't look like that.
- We just started!
We're off to a bad start.
Hi, guys.
Hi, April.
Oh, hey, April.
Did you talk to David?
Okay, that's it.
You are coming with me right now.
We are not coming back to this house
until you tell him the truth.
Do you mind watching
Holden for an hour or so?
Yeah, sure, this'll take
us at least an hour to build.
Thank you.
Okay, let's go!
April, yes!
I give up.
So what else do you want to do?
I'll get the laptop.
Ah, not so fast.
I got a better idea.
Now, have you thought about
becoming a doctor like your mom?
I haven't decided yet.
Well can I get you to check my pulse?
No, I don't really know how.
Ah, it's super easy.
I'll teach you.
All right, take your
finger, put 'em right there.
You're gonna hit that main artery,
and you're gonna feel my heartbeat.
Now, just the fingertips.
Now, can you feel it?
Okay, now, I'm gonna have
you count that for 15 seconds.
And go.
All right, what'd you come up with?
Now you multiply that times four.
See, I knew that this thing was off.
We should do it again.
Mike, if you ever want me
to make you a hot chocolate,
I know how to make the best
hot chocolate in the world.
Well do you have almond milk?
'Cause I can't have dairy.
Yes, I think we do.
All right.
Okay, ready?
Go talk to him.
He deserves to know.
You can do this.
I love you, April.
Mm, here, taste it.
Not after you drank out of it!
No freaking way!
Come on, drink it!
My bacteria are super friendly.
You know I like you, kid, but
I don't like you that much.
Drink it!
Okay, you got me, it's good.
it's a little gross though.
May I help you?
Yeah, does Sharon work here?
Here, come on in.
Take any seat you'd like.
Cool, yeah.
I have this friend who might
be able to help you out.
His name is James Marver.
We served together in Afghanistan.
I heard he's a pretty
successful businessman,
and he's dabbled in stocks.
I don't have his number, but
we might be able to find it.
M-A-R-V-E-R, right?
Is that him?
Yeah, that's him.
I know you're the one that told Michael
to give me the money, okay?
And I'm not taking it.
I'm just trying to help you.
I know.
And I love you so much.
And I'm so lucky to have you in my life.
You know, I'm not saying
things aren't hard.
I want my husband back.
LISA: I know, sweetie.
I love you.
- Oh, honey, I love you too.
- Seriously, take this.
LISA: Okay.
I'm gonna be okay.
Steven Leary.
James Marver.
God, it's good to see you, man.
You know, I've been trying to reach out.
You're impossible to find.
We need to catch up.
But first, this is Sharon Rogan.
She made this whole thing happen.
Hi, pleasure to meet you, Sharon.
Pleasure to meet you.
Thank you for making this all happen.
Thank you.
It almost didn't.
Please, have a seat.
This is it?
So I looked everything over,
and apparently your
products are very unique,
and you're stepping
into an untapped market.
I mean, I'd say you're lucky
that contract fell through.
You really should be with someone
who's gonna give you full control.
Now, Great Foods Inc. recently dropped
their fresh produce market,
and they're looking for
someone with zero competition.
The CEO and I are already
in business together,
so I think if we show him this plan,
within six weeks you'll pick
up right where you left off.
I don't want to sound
pathetic, but you're my hero!
I'm here to stay.
How about refills, huh?
How do you take it?
Cream, sugar?
Leary, why don't we grab some dinner
and maybe head back to my place?
We got a lot of catching up to do.
Thank you.
Of course, yes, this is gonna be great.
All right!
You know what, I probably shouldn't.
Thank you.
You know what, you're right.
Let's stick to water, right?
Keep the minds clear.
I love it.
Thank you.
JAMES: I will be right back.
- Cheers.
- Cheers.
Hey, to you, man.
You must doing all right for yourself.
This is quite a place you've got here.
And tell me what's
been going on with you.
Tell me more about your kid.
He is so talented.
He just took up the guitar,
and he's teaching himself how to play.
He's a chip off the old block.
He's so smart.
Good, man.
Good for you.
Listen, I'm sorry again to
hear about Natalie, man.
It's just awful.
She seemed like such a great girl.
I mean, based on all those video chats
you used to have back
at the base, remember?
She used to call every weekend.
What a girl.
It's gotta be pretty tough
raising that kid on your own.
He's got a great dad.
Well, you know,
Rita, Natalie's mom actually has him...
a lot of the time.
And that makes it easier.
Oh, yeah, that's awesome.
Good, good.
So, uh...
Sharon said she could use
you in the office tomorrow.
That's cool.
Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah.
You never had good taste in clothes.
In this history of knowing you.
STEVEN: Shut up!
No worries, man, I got you.
Yeah, let's take a
walk, let's take a walk.
JAMES: Need a refill?
STEVEN: Let's top her off.
Now when we clothes that
deal, we'll go shopping.
But for now, I want you
to have a few things.
All right.
Either of these look good?
Thank you so much.
Boy, it's so good to see you.
Of course, man.
Of course.
You do need to do one thing for me.
I mean, I thought you liked the beard.
No, I do.
No, I like it man, just...
I'm messing with you, dude, come on.
Thank you, thank you.
Fresh start.
Fresh start.
Is that really you?
That's the man underneath the beard?
Wow, this is...
You're all cleaned up!
How good does he look?
Pretty snazzy?
- It's okay, it works?
- You look amazing!
Wow, Steven!
Looking sharp.
Quite a stud we have here on our team.
Come on, let's get back to work.
Let's get down to business.
I'm getting used to it.
It's good.
You're very clean cut.
It's a great image for you.
Yeah, you think it'll suit the company?
It's exactly...
That's what we're going for.
Fresh and original.
How did you know where to find me?
You know me.
I've got my ways.
I can't let you go.
If we end this, then I'll be staying young
forever in your mind,
and I don't want that.
I want to grow old with you.
I want to create our own family.
I don't care if we can't
have our own children.
We can adopt some.
Do you know how many kids out there
would love to have you as a mother?
You're in my family forever,
and I'm not letting you go.
Come back home.
Of course you are my family!
May I come in?
Yeah, sure.
What's the matter?
Something wrong?
Yeah, I have something to tell you.
All right.
Well, you know how I said that our plan
would take about six weeks to unfold?
SHARON: Mm-hm.
It's happening now.
You mean as in right now?
As in right now?
Oh my god, James, this is unbelievable!
You're a genius!
No, no, no, your product
did all the talking.
Wow, I can't...
I am just astounded.
I can't believe it.
Before you head out, I was wondering if
you would consider being
my business partner.
I don't have to consider.
I will be your business partner.
And I want you to consider...
going to dinner with me.
I don't have to consider it.
I'll go to dinner with you.
Pick you up at eight?
- Tonight?
- Mm-hm.
sitting on the bench is me.
I chose to be here.
Every single morning, I choose to be here.
I've lost all my drive.
I want to tell you a secret.
None of this really happened.
True, all is foreseen, and
freedom of choice is given.
We have the freedom of choice
and the opportunity to decide,
but what are the chances
that each of us will
leave our comfort zone?
Sharon never really stopped next to me.
She was too busy feeling
sorry for herself.
Michael, as a hypochondriac,
is too self-centered
to let someone dependent into his life.
April never got the courage
to tell her sister that she needs help.
So, yes.
We can decide to a certain
degree how our life will look.
So from now on, pay attention
to the next choice you make,
because you never know
where it might lead.