Animals (2014) Movie Script

It's almost 7:00.
Save those.
Save those.
Still hurts?
Yeah, and will soon.
I think a millimeter
from my lingual nerve.
Your lingual nerve?
My boob hurts.
I know.
What if I have cancer?
You do not have cancer.
Everyone says you're pretty.
I'm proud of it.
You don't count.
I'm just categorizing some CDs.
- Uh, yeah, the poetry ones.
- Cool.
- Do you like poetry?
- Yeah.
You know, it's like music
without music.
Oh, I love this.
- Any luck?
- Look what they have.
Do you guys have this
on cassette by any chance?
'Cause we don't have
a CD player in our car.
Oh, yeah, well,
we got a bargain box of tapes
around here someplace.
Um, I'll go look for it.
I don't know.
12 I think.
Anything good?
But... it'll sell.
Oh, shit, this is like 15.
Perry Mary better give me
a five apiece for this.
- 16.
- Oh!
My little Harry Houdini.
I guess he still has
that bargain bin
he was talking about.
I love you.
Now... wish me luck.
Good luck.
- Baby!
- Oh, my God.
I hate it when you do that.
I'm sorry.
How much did you get?
Perry Mary says nobody's bought
a CD in two weeks.
How much did you get?
What's up, bro?
Y'all got shit fucked up
doing everything
the way y'all want to.
He cool.
What's up, Adam?
- Hey.
- Haven't seen you in a while.
Yeah, just laying low, bro.
- No crazy hustles?
- Not lately.
- How much you need?
- Six.
Uh, seven.
I can seven for the 60.
Thanks, man.
Waiting on the bus?
Still with the old girl?
Yeah, she's out there.
That shit been hot, man.
Half the block
got locked up Thursday.
I gotta get out this shit.
I gotta play
that stock market, man.
Know what they say...
Buy low.
Sell high.
You take it slow, Adam.
- Thanks, man.
- All right.
We're in business.
He said it's strong, so go easy.
He always says that.
I've got to have
your good loving
I've got to have
your good loving
I've got to have
your good loving
Your good, good loving
Without you
My life ain't no good,
oh, no
I'd be dead,
dead, dead, dead
Like a piece of wood,
oh, yeah
I'm no good,
good to myself
For you
or nobody else
You'd better believe me,
what I say
Don't keep my hanging on
Let me die today
I've got to have
your good loving
I've got to have
your good loving
I need a minute here, love.
I need your lighter.
Kind of in a pinch, honey.
Just slide it across the floor.
You want me to slide it
across the floor.
- Yes.
- Across this dirty, germ-infested...
- Yes.
- All right, hold on.
Women, right?
I'll help clean you.
See, there's more nerves
in the bottom of the human foot
than any other part of the body.
It stimulates
the Babinski Effect.
- Babinski?
- Babinski.
I still say boobs
are much sensitiver.
But Gary didn't have boobs.
So what I would do
is I would tie him up,
and then I would nail
a bunch of pins
to the bottom of his feet,
like a hundred of them,
and he'd never walk again.
- What's wrong?
- It's no use.
I'm sorry.
I just... I did too much shit.
- I could...
- No.
- I could...
- I know, I know.
I'm sorry.
Wax on, wax off.
I love his little karate outfit.
Oh, my God, amazing.
Two windows over.
Holy crackers.
I want that to be us one day.
Top left.
30 seconds, go.
Hi there.
Are you lonely tonight?
Do you need a little company?
Well, I'm a sexy,
horny college girl
looking to blow off
a little steam,
if you know what I mean.
So call Roxy at mailbox 721.
- How was that?
- It was good.
Let me do it again.
No, it's good.
I want some of that.
Roxy? Really?
I went to high school
with a girl named Roxy.
She had a lisp.
We're too early.
What are we gonna do
for an hour?
How do I look?
Like a guy who works
at a funeral home.
Like the handsomest guy
who works in a funeral home.
Just act like we belong.
We do.
Do you think a prayer
gets more attention
if it's wrapped in a $10 bill?
A 20 maybe.
I could price, you know,
4,000 CDs in a year,
and wouldn't even come close.
No, shit!
I've always wanted one of these.
Oh, how perfect would this
be for our road trip?
Let's keep it.
Are you sure?
How close are we?
We are...
Aw, yeah.
Look at that landscaping.
I need a hit for this.
Do you have anything?
- I'm out.
- No.
I gotta like a rinse.
That's it.
Don't forget to honk this time.
Take this.
- For what?
- For protection.
What am I gonna do?
Put up shelves?
So... welcome.
Make yourself comfortable.
- Wow.
- Yeah, I was just watching the game.
...have already
surpassed their sack total
from all of last season.
Turn it off.
They have nine sacks,
have six...
I'm, uh...
My name is...
Oh, it doesn't matter.
I'm gonna call you Guy.
If that's okay with you, Guy.
Sit, Guy,
you're making me nervous.
Oh... I'm sorry.
So what do you do?
Uh, I'm in, uh...
I work at the Board of Trade.
You must be good at your job.
Oh, you know.
I do all right.
I had some good things happen
in grains.
I work in grains.
Not at all.
But, you know,
it's a job, though.
So you're gonna
behave yourself, right?
We can do our business
without Frank
having to come in here
and watch us the whole time.
Oh, y-yeah.
Of course.
I hate it when he watches.
I have some cocaine.
Do you, um...
Do you party?
This is... well.
It's supposed to be pretty
good stuff.
So, well, you know,
it's an option.
Oh, shit, um...
I almost forgot.
You talked to Frank
on the phone, right?
You know the rules?
Oh, yeah, yes.
He hates it
when I tell people this,
but a couple of months ago,
I was with this guy,
and he didn't want to pay,
and so then when Frank came in
to make him pay,
he called the cops,
said he was being robbed.
Can you believe that?
So now Frank
just makes me bring out
the first half and then,
you know,
the second half when we're done.
So what happened with the...
With the guy?
We went back a few days later,
and Frank set his house on fire.
Um... here.
You know what?
I'm gonna just give you
a bit more for just, you know,
because, and then...
And then I'll give you more,
um, you know...
Be right back.
They out of town
for the weekend?
No, they're... I get my kids
every other weekend.
My ex is, um...
They live in Skokie.
Um, make another drink,
and I'll be right back.
Fucking go!
Oh, man, I swear to God, babe.
This is the last time
that we're going to do this.
I get so nervous
when you're in there.
Just a rinse, right?
You just had a rinse left,
Our lives
still mean something
Where the desert
and the mountains meet
Where the desert
and the mountains meet
I wish I's
in the sunshine
Drinking tequila,
beer, and wine
the cactus flower bloom
We'll set up camp beneath
the moon
We'll set up camp
just me and you
And I will
sing you cowboy songs
Like Ramblin' Jack
and Townes Van Zandt
I will sing you
cowboy songs, babe
I will sing you
songs like that
I will sing you
songs like this
'long the county line
I'm a fugitive
running from the la-a-w
Mess with me
or a friend of mine
And you're never gonna find
a faster dra-a-w
I'm the quickest
Said I'm the quickest
I'm the quickest
Man you ever saw
My scalp's still burning.
That just means it's working.
Do you think he's gonna like
what we did with the place?
Ah! Ah!
Man, I got three times
as much as that.
I don't know.
I got it.
Oh, man, I got it.
Everyone and everything,
there's this one big... thing.
You know what I mean?
We couldn't handle it, right?
Um, because we...
Us was just like a me,
and it was fucking lonely.
We trick ourselves into thinking
that we're just surrounded
by each other,
and this, like,
infinite amount of other people
and babies and dogs
and fire trucks, but th...
There's not.
It's... it's... it's just us.
It's just... it's me.
You and me.
Maybe it's just us.
You got coke?
It's supposed
to be blue or pink...
But it's yellow.
I don't know what that means.
You don't even like coke.
I like coke.
Adrianne Balboa.
- And?
- Rocky.
Relationship to patient?
That's too many numbers.
So you're definitely
not pregnant.
I hope that's good news.
I'm still a little concerned
about this pain,
so I'm gonna order
some more tests,
if you don't mind hanging out
a bit longer.
Someone will be down here to
take you to radiology.
Let us know
if you need anything.
- Thank you.
- Thanks.
You got it.
I thought you got caught.
How'd it go?
Savvy. You?
Oh, good.
Let's go.
What'd he say?
Uh, fine.
What is it?
Let's just go, okay?
Fuck did he say, Bob?
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
Okay. Hey.
Okay, okay, okay.
Come here.
Come here.
Let me see.
Come here.
What is it?
I eat your tears and I save them
right up in my belly.
I'm Popeye.
Your tears are my spinach.
They make me strong.
That's not fair.
I'm the one
who might have cancer.
I need spinach.
Anything ever happen to you,
I'd... stop working.
Nothing before you, Bob,
and there's nothing after you.
We could call, um, Steve.
He's your brother.
Gary is a doctor.
Are you joking?
Even if he would help me,
which he wouldn't,
I would never ask them
for anything.
Sorry. Hey!
I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
Come here, please?
Come here.
I'm sorry.
Come here.
Listen, I'm gonna get you
a really good doctor.
I'm not taking you to county
or any shitty hospitals
in the city, okay?
And we'll pull Gary's hair plugs
out with a power drill.
You've never been swimming?
I ain't swimming in that.
Why not?
There's no sharks
in Lake Michigan.
That's what they want you
to think.
You know we couldn't
have been born
into more ideal circumstances.
We're white.
We're American.
You're a male.
College degree, middle class...
That's a double advantage.
So what happened, sugar toes?
I don't know, babe.
Why does the bird keep flying
in the same window?
Oh fuck.
Hold on!
There's somebody in here!
Jesus. Ooh.
Not even an M&M.
Jesus, Jude.
You haven't pooped
in over a week.
That's not healthy.
A few more hours,
I'm gonna have
the opposite problem.
I wanna do one more date.
One more.
One more, and then we'll buy
a bunch of methadone off Megan,
and we'll drive.
We'll figure it out.
I like that idea.
I like it a lot.
We get out of Dodge,
get enough methadone
to taper off
and go on a road trip.
We should go someplace there's
really good free clinics,
like Portland,
get to a really good doctor.
So one more date.
I got an idea.
Excuse me.
Hi, has anyone turned in
a laptop
from underneath that bench
over there
in like the last 20 minutes?
- A laptop?
- Yeah, it's a silver... God!
I'm so stupid.
I'm gonna lose my job.
I've been here
the last few hours.
- Nobody's turned anything in.
- There's a project on it...
And if I don't turn it by 3:00,
my boss is...
- I'm gonna lose my job.
- Where do you work?
At Burnham.
I... I work at Burnham.
If anyone turns it in,
I'll bring it over.
- What floor?
- No, no, you can't do that.
There's some...
There's some confidential
client information on it,
and if they find out
that I misplaced it,
I'm gonna be in deep shit.
Okay. Thanks.
Look, I'm sorry.
Do you think maybe
that you could ask around
to other security guards
and find out
if anyone's turned it in
in the area?
I'll give you my number,
and just call me
if you hear anything.
I have $2,000
that I can give as a reward.
It's the last
of my graduation money.
I just...
I cannot lose this job.
Thank you.
Stop it.
My little man.
Stop it.
I could've been a doctor.
You could've been a doctor.
I could've been a sailor.
It says average
entry level salary
for a four-year college grad
is $44,660.
I wonder how much we'd make
in a single day if that was us.
Mm, 260 working days in a year,
give or take Arbor Day
or whatever...
gross take home's
171 and change.
So between us,
we could bring in 343 bucks.
And 50 cents.
Or something.
Did you seriously just do that?
Excuse me? Sir?
Can I help you find something?
Um, you guys have a lost
and found office here?
Did you lose something?
Actually, I found something.
That's great.
A young woman lost that
just today.
She's gonna be really happy.
Oh, that's great.
Um, I'd love to give it
to her myself.
I can do it.
Don't worry about it.
No, I'd love to do it.
I mean, maybe she'll want
to buy me a drink, You know?
Maybe there's a reward in it.
You know, I think there
may be a reward for that.
How much?
I'll tell you what.
I'll split it with you.
She said she'd give 500 bucks
to whoever found it.
God, she must really want
this thing.
I tell you what, Norman,
I'm gonna keep 400
since I'm the one that found it.
Come on.
You know what, um...
thank you.
I bet I can find her
around here somewhere.
- Thank you.
- No...
All right.
400, man.
You're getting $100
to hand over a laptop.
You're right.
There's nothing left, babe.
Do you think we could get
another laptop?
It's Saturday.
Downtown's gonna be dead.
How much is left?
Five bucks.
I'm really starting
to feel fucking sick.
How much?
- How much?
- 50.
Don't you ask me
about the damn $2!
You take my money!
Keep your hands off me.
Keep your voice down.
You see people
come through the hallway.
They call the police.
You shut up.
I ain't trying to hear that.
You can't hear that
with your deaf ass.
- What up?
- Hey, what's up?
Buttercup's not working?
The fuck you know
about Buttercup?
I'm a regular.
Um, you guys open?
A regular.
Look man, I've been coming
to Buttercup for a while.
You guys serving?
Buttercup got bumped.
A motherfucker snitched on him.
I don't know anything
about that, man.
Are you...
He knows me.
Um, look, I got money.
This place
is crawling with cops.
We gotta scoot.
This one is higher.
You have to take into account
the height of it...
I see that.
This one's longer, look.
Are you...
Are you joking?
Look at that!
There's nothing in this...
Fine, then I'm picking this one.
Fine. Fine, fine, fine.
Fine, fine. Hold it.
Can you hold on a second?
Hold on, hold on, hold on.
Can you...
That's my stuff.
El bao, por favor?
Okay. Okay.
Oh, fuck.
Yes, yes, yes, yes.
Come on.
- No, no, no, no.
- No.
Why would you give him
all of our money
if you don't know who he is,
you don't him,
- you don't if his stuff is good?
- It's not my fault.
What are you doing?
I'm gonna see
if we have any messages.
No, I can't do a date
when I'm this sick, Jude.
It was your fucking idea.
Oh, God, you are so
protective of me, right?
"No more dates, babe.
No more dates."
But now that I'm fucking sick,
you don't give a shit.
Get you something to drink?
I'm fine.
Beer? Cocktail?
No, thanks.
So you...
talked to Frank.
You, um, know the rules?
So Frank can come in here
and sit with us
or if you think
that you can behave yourself,
he'll... he'll...
I'll just bring him out
the money,
- and he'll wait outside.
- Sure.
He just likes me
to come in first
so that I can...
check things out and make s-sure
that I feel safe.
Can I cum on your face?
Your mouth?
Can I cum in your mouth?
Well, whatever you want.
Do you like cum on your face?
Um, Frank's gonna be really
pissed if I don't come out soon.
- That's Frank.
- Yeah.
Oh, f... hey!
- Fuck.
- Go!
- What the fuck?
- Go!
What the fuck happened?
God d...
What the fuck... screwdriver!
Where's the screwdriver?!
Damn it!
Get the fuck back!
I swear to fucking God!
I'll poke your fucking eyeballs!
God damn it.
Are you okay?
Are you okay?
Bob, what the fuck...
God damn it.
C'mon, man.
I swear to God, we're not...
We're not gonna do this.
That's it.
Go right in
and go back to Hol... Holbart?
- Gonna go to Hallman.
- Hallman.
And if not Hallman,
then we'll try that spot
on, um, Shakespeare,
that one from a few months ago.
Remember that, um...
That guy?
He had the, um...
Like half
of his nose was closed?
His stuff was good, right?
There's fucking cops
all over this place, man.
Look, look over there.
That... that guy's working.
I don't see anybody.
Over there.
Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Go over there.
- Yep.
- Oh, yeah, okay.
Hey, man.
You working?
Got a little cocoa.
Were they open?
Ma'am, I'm gonna need you
to get out of the car.
The fuck,
are you living in this car?
Swear to God, officer.
The spot was closed.
We didn't get anything.
You just let us go,
we're not gonna come back to...
Shut up.
We don't have anything, okay?
Just please let us go home.
And we won't come back here.
I promise.
Take off your shoes.
Officer, I swear.
The spot was closed, we...
Take off your fucking shoes.
Let's go.
Jesus Christ.
Stupid fuck.
The spot looks open to me.
Now you.
She doesn't have anything to do
with this, she was waiting...
If I have to tell you again
to keep your fucking mouth shut.
Now I can get a female officer
over here in two minutes
to give you a full search,
or you can just shake out
your shirt
and take off your shoes.
I was just waiting in the car.
I don't have anything, okay?
I'm totally... we're out.
We're out, man.
I got rig... I've got rigs
in the car and that's it.
That's it.
Please, we're clean.
You know what these are?
These are my beat-down gloves.
face or body?
I said face or body?
I'd go for the body, kid.
I don't even know...
Fuck... body!
No, no, no, no!
Fine, fine, fine!
Please, stop!
Here, here!
Oh, fuck!
That's it.
That's what I got.
See, you still got a shoe
on there.
Take off your shoe.
Stop fucking with me.
Take off your fucking shoe.
- It's fucking nothing.
- We can be here all night.
- Okay, okay.
- Fuck.
You see that house down there
next to the street light?
Two weeks ago
we had to go down there
and help carry our friend out
of that fucking pile of shit...
in a body bag.
He got shot on the back
of the head with a MAC-10.
Every time you shop here,
you're helping these
fucking hood rats buy a MAC-10.
He didn't deserve to die.
You deserve to die.
You fucking piece of shit.
Ought to fucking kill you
right now,
you fucking piece of shit.
Let 'em go.
- Let's go.
- Get out of here.
I'm sorry.
You okay?
Sit down.
- Are you okay?
- Yeah.
I can't do this, Jude.
I need a second to think.
This hurts so bad.
Let me just get us
into the park.
I'll figure something out, okay?
What are you gonna figure out?
What is your big plan, Jude?
What the fuck
do you want me to do?
I can't keep getting sick
like this.
I just can't.
We gotta call your brother.
Why don't you call your mom?
I can't.
You know I can't do that.
Yes, you can.
Yes, you can.
You call her,
you tell her that you're sick,
and she will get you a doctor.
She'll wire you money.
I can't.
I don't understand it, Bob.
- Is it because of Gary?! Is that it?
- Shut up!
- Is that the big reason? Well, boo-hoo!
- Shut up!
Your stepdad's an asshole.
- Everyone has an asshole in their family!
- Oh, God, Shut up!
Oh, shit!
Oh, baby.
The guy at the new spot
wanted to give me two extra
for being a new customer.
I saw them fall out
of your shoe.
There was only six of them.
I had a feeling.
Oh, thank God.
I fucking love you.
Let's not get too carried away.
They were up my ass.
Oh, no.
Watch your head.
Watch your head. Ow!
- Come here.
- Look at our car.
What happened to our car?
Oh, no.
Babe, do you ever think
we'll go swimming?
Of course.
You've been saying that
a long time.
Two years.
Two years.
Two years.
When I was a kid,
I used to love gymnastics.
I could, um...
I could do a back walkover,
and I could do
front handsprings.
Oh... ooh!
Oh, God, be careful!
Oh, this carpet.
Gonna get a staph infection.
Oh, man.
At least they got a pool.
We could go skinny-dipping.
Oh, can we?
Oh, hold on.
I got it. I got it.
I got it. It's okay.
Oh, jeez, what the fuck is that?
Hold on.
Hold on.
Get it, get it, get it, get it.
Oh, Jesus.
Oh, God.
I've never seen anything
like you before.
You're so pretty.
- You're like the most beautiful girl
that I've... - Shh.
- You are the most beautiful...
- Shh.
Do you have a clean one?
I think you...
have done enough
for one evening, young lady.
Do you?
I do.
There's something
you gotta figure out about me.
When I want to do something...
I do it.
Like when I saw you
at the show...
I thought...
I want him all to myself.
Here we are.
I just knew.
Do you throw up?
Only if it's good.
I hate throwing up.
I don't think we should
do this right now. I think...
Got you.
I got you.
Fuck, yes, skinny-dipping.
To the pool.
Mm, mh-mh, come on.
Swimming, let's go swim.
Let's go swimming.
What if we, um...
What if we just...
It hurts so bad.
I know.
I don't even think
I can walk right now.
How much do you think
she has in her purse?
That fence...
is blocking her.
That stuff is blocking her.
- I don't think anyone can see her.
- I don't think so either.
She'll scream.
What are you doing?
I heard about this.
I'll tell her that I have AIDS
and then if she makes
any noises, I'll stick her.
Tell her you'll stick her baby.
She'll give you anything.
Do you have the car ready?
I couldn't do it.
I'm sorry, I couldn't do it.
I didn't want you to do it.
I'm sorry, Bob.
- No.
- I'm s...
I'm sorry.
Don't cry.
Don't cry.
Fuck, baby.
Oh, my God.
Oh, my God, help!
Help me!
Help please, somebody call 911!
Call 911!
I don't know
what's wrong with him!
The doctor doesn't want anyone
to disturb him right now.
I have a right to see him.
Actually, you don't.
A legal spouse
or a family member could...
I am... his family.
We have to make a decision
that's best for Jude right now.
At the moment,
we feel he's gonna need
to stay under observation.
He has a tooth infection, right?
That's what you said.
You said that he has
an infection from an abscess.
We have to do
a complete evaluation
based on the state
that Jude was in
when he arrived in our care.
Because he doesn't
have any insurance,
we've recommended
that he be transferred
to a hospital nearby
where they can give him
the care that he needs.
What... a hospital...
What are you talking about?
It's the doctor's opinion
that Jude
isn't capable of caring
for himself at the moment.
So he's gonna be transferred
to Fleeger Hospital.
The mental hospital?
Go around!
Come on, baby.
Any suicidal thoughts?
Where's Bobbie?
How long has it been
since you've taken a bath, Jude?
I don't know.
Where am I?
Are you hearing any voices?
Just yours.
How's your mouth feeling?
It's gravy.
I just need some methadone,
Could you please give me
some methadone?
No, Jude, we'll give you
plenty of Tylenol.
Fuck you!
Agh! Fuck!
Do you wanna take a shower,
I don't think I can walk.
I can get you a wheelchair.
I'm sorry.
You'll be okay.
I'm sorry.
I'm so sorry.
Just get through this
and you're gonna be just fine.
Oh, miss.
M-miss, you can't be
sleeping out here.
I don't have
anywhere else to go.
You can't go back there.
They don't let nobody
back there.
Is this... this fellow here
the only family you got?
My mom is back home in Missouri.
Why don't you give
your mother a call?
- Oh, I... I can't.
- Well, sure you can.
You can use that phone
right there
because I dial out on that phone
long distance all the time.
I just can't.
Thank you.
Her husband...
my stepdad, he's a doctor.
Well, if he's a doctor,
he should be able to help you.
He's a...
He's a hypocrite.
The state's been trying
to take away
his license for a while
for prescriptions.
He's on Oxycotin.
Or he used to be.
I don't know anymore.
Hi, this is Bill calling
for Roxy.
I'm up in Evanston.
Give me a call, 312...
What would you say to Bobbie
if she were here?
Probably something like, um...
where you've been?
Why didn't you come see me?
Well, there are a lot of reasons
why she couldn't
come see you here.
Do you know something
that I don't know?
You have to get well first.
As soon as dove into the grass,
the jet went past...
and there was
another one coming.
So the blaze kept going.
We saw the next jet
coming down the runway.
Lights coming closer and closer,
and each time we did it,
we let them get
a little bit closer
and a little bit closer.
Hey, stranger.
You know, it's gonna get cold
out here tonight.
Yeah, I just, um...
I'm going to visit a friend.
Ah. Well,
I got some good news for you.
Tonight is Wednesday night.
You know what that means.
That's Albert orders
a pizza night.
How do you know?
My gal pal down in "C"
took a look at his paperwork,
and he's doing real well.
So you don't gotta worry
about him no more.
I thought you had plans tonight.
I cancelled.
Oh, yeah?
Pizza gets them every time.
what is the plan?
I don't know.
Well, I'm not exactly
a car mechanic
but I could tell you
right from the looks
of that jalopy
you're driving around in,
you're not gonna make it much
further than the bus terminal.
What about Jude?
Hey, at some point...
you have to take care
of yourself.
Took me too damn long
to learn that.
Well, I gotta make some rounds.
You stay and enjoy the pizza.
I'll be back.
And, uh...
you dial 9 and then the number.
Just in case.
It's Barbara.
I'm sorry I'm calling so late.
So what happens
to cowboy in your story?
I don't know.
He's desperate and...
he's willing to do whatever
it takes no matter what.
So one night he was out
on this big bender.
And he comes on this alley
where these guys
are brutalizing
this poor young girl.
And he just goes
completely animal,
you know, tears them apart,
and then there's this guy
laying there bleeding to death,
and then this girl
is looking up at him
like he's her savior
or something, but he's not.
And, uh...
he climbs on top of her,
and he's gonna kill her.
But they get him, the police.
He's got this tear
running down his face,
and their machines
plucked him out,
and they haul him away
to the trash compactors.
Okay, I...
just need you to sign there.
Got it.
So have you thought
any more about your plan?
Yeah, medical school.
Listen, if you don't do
your outpatient,
at least be sure
to go somewhere, okay?
Meetings, a sponsor.
Okay. I just have to get
a couple of more signatures,
and you're good to go.
And you have a visitor.
I'll be back in a few minutes.
I thought you were gone.
I thought you were gone.
I don't know what to say.
I've never seen anything
like you.
Shut up.
Oh, God.
What have you been doing?
How you been scoring?
I called my mom.
I've got to go home.
Is it okay?
What did Gary say?
She said, "Fuck Gary."
I'm her daughter,
and she wants to help, so...
I've got to go.
That's great.
She send you money?
Um, she has a doctor friend
who can help with my boob.
And, um...
there's meetings.
That's great.
She said that, um,
if I showed up with you,
she wasn't gonna let me
in the house.
What are you gonna do?
We don't know what it's like,
you know?
It... it sucks.
I mean, we lived together, but
not really.
And I just keep thinking...
God, I thought that you were...
And I just, um... I...
I keep picturing the most
mundane things, you know?
Like, um...
like how happy we'd be
if we just had...
a crappy futon
and a place to watch bad TV
and eat shitty pizza.
Oh, God damn it, Jude,
I just wanna eat shitty pizza
with you.
I want that, too, Bob.
Do you, um...
Do you want it enough
to come to Missouri?
You... you'd have to
go to meetings every day,
and you'd have to get a job
and do...
all those things
I know you hate doing.
Missouri is the "show me" state,
Can you do it?
For me?
Shit, I almost forgot something.
Come here.
No, Jude,
I've gotta get to the station.
- Can we please just go?
- Shh, trust me.
Can we please just go?
Shh, shh.
Jude, God damn it, Jude.
Look, do we need to do.
I have to go.
We're gonna do this one thing.
I promise, that's it.
Please I can't,
I just... fuck, Jude!
Please, please just let me go.
- Please just let me go.
- Bob, ssh!
Bob, I need you trust me please.
- I promise, I promise.
- I can't, no, I can't!
- Yes, you can, yes, you can.
- I can't!
Come here, listen to me.
I swear to Christ
if this is the last time
that I'm gonna see you,
I gotta...
Will you let me do
this one thing, please?
- Please, let me go.
- I will.
- I will in a second, I will.
- No, please,
Please, Jude!
Please, please!
God damn it!
Just come here.
- You have to let me go!
- I will.
Stop, I can't!
Is it all the same?
And do you know my name?
As I walk amongst
the others
As I lay
under the covers
Can I tell you that
it's all fun in fact
I don't mind
but can't discover
Who it is
that steals my thunder
It's hard to say
Hard to say
And I'll be on my way
When I don't even know
where to start
How many ways
can I go?
Run, run
I've been walking
all over the rise
Run, run
It's so hard
to stay focused
I've been wasting
all my time
I've been wasting
all my time.