Bethany (2017) Movie Script

Mr. snuffles, what do you
have to say for yourself?
You're so silly.
There you are.
Of course not, we're the
bestest friends forever, ever.
I'll always be true.
Who are you talking
with, Princess?
Just with my dolls, mommy.
Get some sleep, darling.
We have a big day ahead of us.
So that went well.
Are you okay?
I'm okay.
So what did Hodges say, any
legal problems about probate?
Nope, it's all done,
wrapped up in a pretty
legal bow with my signature.
I'm sorry, sweetheart,
that was inconsiderate.
Where would you like to
go, anywhere, just name it.
Home, I'm going home.
Hey, miss Mason,
some of your students
want to say goodbye.
Bye, we love you!
Bye, miss Mason!
We're here, baby.
Wake up, sleepyhead.
You know me and long car rides.
You excited to be home?
Yeah, something like that.
Well, come in.
Let's get some
lights on in here.
All right.
Time to buy some light bulbs.
And what is behind
door number one?
Can we make sure that the
kitchen and bathroom work
before we go exploring?
Otherwise, we need to go to
a hotel, I need to shower.
Shower it is, okay, baby.
That's one down.
Now a shower for milady.
I can't believe this is you.
That is some big hair.
How come you never showed
me this pic before?
- Because it's not me.
- What?
That's her, that's mother.
She's got a lot of
these laying around.
They're all of her.
They always were.
You two could be sisters.
I'm an only child.
Tea, extra honey.
Thank you.
Looking at pics of
a supermodel, I see.
She seemed to think so.
You never really
talked about her much.
There's a reason.
Care to share?
Mother only cared
about what she wanted,
not what I wanted.
She was impossible to be around.
That sounds like all mothers.
I mean, you know mine,
all she ever does
is guilt-trip me and
tell me to have kids and,
uh, send me corned
beef and cabbage.
She wanted to be around you.
I got so lonely, I had
an imaginary friend.
- Really?
- Yeah.
Her name was Bethany.
What, no neighborhood
kids or kids from school?
I was home-schooled,
and playing with other
children was unladylike.
Wow, my mom is starting to
sound a lot less annoying.
I wouldn't go that far, you
remember last Thanksgiving?
Yikes, yes, I do, and
her cell phone rings
to the stabbing
music from psycho.
This is a big decision,
we need to talk about it.
No, we don't.
Yes, we do, Claire.
Look, baby, I love you...
And I love you, Aaron.
That's not the question here,
it never is, it never was.
I think that we should deal
with things one thing at a time,
and this house is a big
enough thing to deal with,
so can we please
just deal with that...
I am, and you're
right, it is a big thing.
It's a great big thing
that we talked about
and agreed upon
before we moved here.
Well, it's different now.
- It's better.
- For you, maybe.
For me, this house...
It's the best break
we've ever gotten.
Being here feels wrong,
like I'm walking through
someone else's memory of life
and I don't want it to be mine.
I'm sorry, sweetie.
I am.
But the reality is,
this house is old,
it needs a lot of work
before it could make any
money on today's market,
but for us,
it's priceless, we've won
the lottery here, sweetie.
Yeah, well, when
you win the lottery,
you cash in the ticket,
you don't move into
the fucking 7-Eleven.
Don't storm off like
that's your final word.
I left my friends and business
to come here with you,
as well, so don't act like you're
the only one on the cross.
Goodnight, Bethany.
Claire, I think you're
deflecting the question.
Remember, my office
is a safe place.
The only thing that matters
here is honesty to ourselves.
No one is perfect in
the eyes of the world,
so let's address the
monster in the room.
You want to have a
child with Aaron?
Yes, I do, just not right now.
Is that because last time,
the baby was stillborn?
No, it's because I don't want
to have a child in this house.
Because I don't want
to become my mother.
And having a child in
this house would do that?
I mean, that's crazy.
Do not call me that.
I'm not calling you crazy,
I'm saying the thought process
is crazy...
Well, it's the same thing.
That's good,
Claire, you're angry.
Now let's talk about why.
I cut both of my wrists
after my baby was born dead.
I was filled with pain
and anguish and hormones,
and I lashed out at
myself to end it.
And I have come to terms with
that, it's part of who I am,
but it is not why I don't want
to have a baby in this house.
Good, good.
So, let's figure out why.
What do you think it might be?
I'm sorry.
It's not your fault, Aaron,
and anger isn't
always a bad thing.
It's progress.
- Really?
- Absolutely!
Her anger will pass,
but the moment will be fertile
ground for contemplation.
Just be patient.
Okay, thank you.
She always prides beauty
and status above all else.
These were your mother's?
No, these were mine.
What are they for?
- Beauty pageants.
- Beauty pageants, huh?
How come I never
knew about this?
Because I did them
when I was a little kid.
That's just, that's just cruel,
making a little girl for fight
for the validation of strangers.
That's all my
mother cared about.
I'm sorry, honey.
This is it.
This is my life.
You see, she's
won every pageant,
and she's only just begun.
Her accolades are
quite impressive.
Yes, she's my perfect girl.
Do a pirouette.
Very impressive indeed.
Thank you, miss Freedman,
i also do gymnastics...
Oh, that's enough, you can go.
Nice to meet you, miss Freedman.
You too, sweetie.
You know, she would be
the perfect poster child
for your pageant this year.
She is darling.
I'll see what I can do, Susan.
You know, I think that you
can do more than just see.
I can't accept that.
Of course you can.
This is her life,
it's all she has.
All right.
Don't worry, I'm pretty
sure we can streamline
your workflow and
get your office
up and running in no time, bye.
- Potential new client?
- Potential huge new client.
They me to bid on
the entire building.
That's fantastic.
What did I tell you,
good things ahead.
- I'm really excited for you.
- For us, this could be huge.
I'll be back soon.
And think about it.
Get it.
You know, Gary's
been here five years
and he's never made a
cross-platform proposal like that.
I mean, the guy looks
and talks like Mr. Magoo,
but baby, he's in.
That's great, honey.
He's in, he's down,
and he's on board.
Their infrastructure,
it's a dinosaur.
Their bandwidth's a joke,
the hardware is aztec,
but they just had a massive
acquisition of their ip,
and guess who bought them.
Uh... Come on,
guess, guess, guess.
Who's your favorite
search engine,
that makes cyborg eyewear and
wants to cheer for a march?
- Goo...
- Yeah, that's it!
But don't say anything
because, you know,
they might have
bugged the house.
I mean, I'm kidding,
I'm kidding,
but we've got to keep it
on the down-low for now.
I mean, this is a complete
reboot of the entire facility
and they want me to do it, me.
Holy crap, I think i
know how your mom felt
when she won miss apple pie.
Apple festival.
Exactly, except my crown will
be made out of
fiber-optic cable.
Financial stability, baby.
Think about it, you
won't even have to work,
you won't even have to work!
You can be a mom,
like we talked about,
you know, a stay-at-home mom.
Of course, you'll want
to get out of the house,
get to the gym, take
care of yourself.
You gotta take care
of your body, keep you in good
shape, you know what I mean,
Want to keep you pretty and ripe
like a little apple doll,
my little apple,
fresh little darling.
No, no, no, no, no, no!
No, no, no, no, no, get off!
They're gonna eat me...
Baby, hey!
What are you looking at?
They're on me.
Claire, you're okay, Claire!
There's nothing here,
sweetie, there's nothing here,
sweetheart, there's
nothing here, it's just,
it's just us.
- It's just us.
- It's just us, you're safe.
Just you and me.
Okay, okay.
Do you want to lay down?
You want me to
bring you some tea?
Okay, it's okay.
It's all right.
- Sorry, I don't know...
- Hush, it's okay.
I'll be right up.
I'm really proud of you, Aaron.
You work really hard,
they're lucky to have you.
Thank you, baby.
Make sure you use the blush.
A Princess always makes sure
that her cheeks are
like perfect roses.
Gently, child.
We don't want to
look like a whore.
Wipe it clean and do it again.
Yes, mother.
Claire, are you okay?
Yeah, I'm,
I'm fine, I'm just looking
at something, I guess.
As long as you're all right,
I'm just a little
concerned for you.
I just, um,
I mean, I don't know.
Yeah, I get that.
this is your old room, huh?
Were you a little
person your whole life
before we started dating?
I know, it's weird.
Weird, yeah.
But seriously, you were how
old when you moved down...
- 17.
- 17.
I was 17 years old before
I stood up to her
and walked out.
I just don't see you playing
with dolls and stuffed
animals when you were 17.
I kind of see you as
more of a cherry bomb.
A hot chick with a bad attitude.
You know.
Yeah, that was me.
So you're not the one who
left your room in a time warp?
No, it was, it
was dark and messy
and covered in posters.
Because this, this looks
like pre-tween Claire
is frozen in carbonite
and it's a little creepy.
I think this stuff
must have been in boxes
years before I even moved out.
Mr. snuffles, here,
is where I used to hide
my weed in junior high.
It's totally creepy.
Hey, I made some tea.
Do you want some?
Chamomile, lots of honey.
Thank you.
I'm sorry you're having
such a rough time with this.
I'm sorry, I didn't know
that this would put me,
us, through the
ringer like this.
I know, baby.
I know you know, and
i love you for that.
And I love you.
I just want you to be
happy, whatever that is.
Thank you.
Have you thought about
medications, going back on them?
I'm just saying that Dr. brown
is way better than
that old quack.
He's young and hip and...
No, no, he's no Elvis,
but he's up to speed on
all the newest options
and it's just, it's
worth thinking about.
I don't want to be a zombie
again, Aaron, that was awful.
I know it was rough,
but it can be better.
We can do it together.
Just think about it, okay?
- And talk to him.
- Okay, I will.
You were listless
and you didn't bathe
and you didn't laugh at my jokes
and you ate the
neighbor's brains which...
Now, I'm going to take a shower
so I don't smell
like the undead.
You're not just some
stinky zombie, honey.
You're my stinky zombie.
Hey, hey, hey.
- You have a nightmare?
- Yeah.
I got you, kitten, I got you.
No boogeymen tonight.
And tomorrow,
the Mason family steps
onto the gravy train.
It's good dreams
for everybody, okay?
Claire, you hear that?
Claire, Claire!
Oh, oh, no.
No, no, no, no, no.
No, no, Claire, Claire,
can you hear me, Claire?
Claire, can you hear me?
Uh, sweetie, I need
you to stay awake.
Okay, honey, stay awake for me.
And I need you to stay awake
and I need you to
tell me your name.
Claire, Claire Mason.
Yes, that's right, baby.
That's very good, very good,
and don't fall asleep.
Okay, so, can you tell
me what year it is?
What year is it,
baby, you stay awake.
That's great, that's
great, sweetie pie.
You're doing really
well, don't fall asleep.
- Just tell me my name.
- Bethany.
Claire, Claire, stay awake.
They're on their way.
Claire, Claire, honey, Claire,
baby, please stay awake.
Stay awake, Claire, Claire.
Claire, come here, baby.
Come here, it's okay.
Mommy needs a hug, come here.
I'm sorry.
Oh, you're so pretty.
You're so pretty.
You have so much ahead of you.
I used to look like you.
You're mom's pretty little
one, now, you know that.
Do you?
You're all I have.
Beauty is just so brief.
It's goes so fast.
Mommy, you're hurting me.
- Mommy!
- How dare you!
- Let go of me!
- Give me that, give it!
It's time you grew up!
- Aaron.
- I'm here, Claire.
How was she in the house?
It was a dream, Claire.
What happened?
I was hoping you could tell me.
The noise, it moved,
she moved further,
further than before,
and I followed her
to the stairs and,
and then she pushed me.
The wall, a hand came from the
wall, and it pushed me down.
It sounds like a great entry
into your dream journal, Claire,
but I want to know the truth.
That is the truth.
Did you know?
- What, know?
- Did you know?
- Did I...
- Because I do, now.
Er protocol, they, they
checked you for drugs,
hallucinogens, they wouldn't
even let me come close to you
until Dr. brown talked
to the duty nurse,
explained your past.
And then the rabbit died.
Rabbit, what?
You're pregnant, Claire.
It's a fact.
It's six weeks of fact.
Now, what I need to know,
what I have to know,
is did you know?
Did you know and go down
those stairs on purpose?
Why would I ever...
I don't know.
Exactly, I don't know.
Aaron, no!
No, I would never.
Oh, my god, Aaron, no.
I didn't know.
I'm sorry.
Is it okay?
Is the baby okay?
Our baby is fine.
We're fine.
- We're going to have a baby.
- We're going to have a baby.
We're going to have a baby!
I will be right downstairs.
Call me if you need anything.
- I will.
- Okay.
- Thank you.
- No problem.
Let's get you in bed.
I love you, Aaron.
I love you too, sweetheart.
Okay, I'm fine.
I'm okay.
Claire, are you okay?
- Uh, yeah.
- Claire?
You sure you're all right?
Yeah, yeah, I'm good.
- Can I get in there?
- Just a minute.
- Hey.
- What did you need to do?
Uh, why?
Were you going to take a shower?
Do I smell, or...
Oh, no, it's just,
you know, these
old water heaters.
Oh, right.
- Yeah.
- Okay.
I love you, Claire bear.
I love all of you.
I love you, too.
I will bring you luddites
kicking and screaming
into the modern age.
Hey, not till after
dinner, sith lord.
Yes, ma'am, I promise.
Wrong franchise,
but I'll take it.
Well, you really didn't have
to go through all this trouble.
I didn't want to put you out.
Oh, no, I mean, you're
practically family.
I mean, the only
family we can stand.
I thought I should follow up,
see how you guys were
doing after what happened.
See how she was doing.
It's much appreciated,
really, above and beyond, sir.
You know, secretly, the
drive is like a mini-vacation.
I tell Janice that
the phone's dead
then I use it as a
chance to catch up
on all my trashy books on tape.
To life's little luxuries.
Oh, I miss Canada sometimes.
The little things, Caesar's...
Caesar's, is that
the pizza chain or...
No, Caesar's, it's a bloody Mary
with clam juice and booze.
Clam juice and booze?
That sounds disgusting.
- But it's good.
- Really?
Do they have, like,
sardines and beer?
Yeah, somebody should do that,
or octopus and whiskey.
It's the little things, right?
It's the little things,
like the up-speak,
how we end every sentence
with a question mark.
We sound like a bunch of elves.
It's just not cool, not sexy.
It's the worst with the ladies.
Oh, that's not true.
Well, of all the
commonwealth countries,
our accent, Irish,
Australian, Canadian,
we sound like a bunch
of apologetic hobbits.
It's not that bad.
Actually, it's our super power.
We hide behind politeness.
It's the ultimate subterfuge,
when everybody
thinks they're safe
and we come charging
in on a moose,
swinging a hockey stick and
screaming beer, it's true.
Yep, I am one of
the chosen, Mr. brown.
That's doc brown to you.
Only if you've got
a flux capacitor, eh?
I just might.
Don't just sit there, help him!
Yeah, baby?
Uh, nothing.
Just the knife was
a little slippery.
Okay, but you called my name.
Yeah, uh, dinner's almost ready.
Okay, thanks, sweetie.
So, onto other, more
pressing matters.
There is no way, I have to
give you push back on this,
but there is no way
that a tralfamadorian
would be friends with an ewok,
it's not even the same universe.
Clearly you don't
understand the complexities
of slaughterhouse five, or
the politics of the ewok.
- A mare, is it inherited...
- Help me, help me!
Claire, Claire, what, oh, no.
No, no, what did you do, baby?
What did you do?
I'm going to call an ambulance.
It was Bethany, she grabbed me.
I had to stop her,
cut her fingers off.
Please, no, no, no, no!
It's okay, Claire, I'm here.
It's okay, Claire,
you're in the hospital.
The baby?
It's fine, the baby is fine.
But you're not,
sweetheart, you need rest.
I just woke up.
Aaron, why am I handcuffed?
It's for your
protection, Claire.
Yours and the child's.
I didn't do
this, I didn't do this.
She, she did this,
she made me do this.
Honey, honey, we were
there, we saw what happened.
You didn't see,
you didn't see, Aaron,
because she chose
me, she wants me.
Aaron, you just didn't see.
Claire, please just...
No, Aaron,
you have to listen to me,
you have to be on my side, okay,
you can't turn your back on me...
- Listen, I...
- And think that I'm crazy.
I'm not turning my
back on you, sweetheart,
but you need to calm down.
No, no.
Just rest, Claire, we're
getting you the help you need.
It's good for you.
No, I'm not
a child, I'm not crazy,
I'm not crazy, she did
this, the little girl,
the girl did this, no,
goddammit, Aaron, let me out.
God, what is that, what is that?
It's fine, she's fine,
it's safe, Claire, it's safe.
It's safe.
Aaron, I didn't do this.
It was her, she did
this to me, to us,
Bethany, Bethany.
Please, sweetheart,
it's okay, just sleep.
It's going to be all
right, I love you, baby.
- Aaron...
- I love you so much.
I love you so much.
Mommy, are you okay?
I'm fine.
She bit me.
That ugly, worthless
little animal bit me.
Come here.
I said, come here!
Look at the water.
- No, I don't want to...
- Look at the water!
This is what ugliness
brings, do you understand?
Yes, mother.
This is what happens
when you lose a baby.
Claire, Claire, Claire,
no, no, baby, please, please!
Please wake up, please
wake up, please!
Please, baby, don't!
Claire, Claire, wake up,
wake up, Claire, Claire!
Aaron, Aaron.
Come on, let's go home.
There's nothing you
can do here now.
She's going to be
asleep for hours.
Let's go, come on.
There's a cab out front.
I'll come pick you
up in the morning.
- You sure?
- Yeah, come on.
- Okay.
- Go home, go home.
Get some sleep.
Thank you, uh, if
you weren't there,
I mean, that was...
- Hey.
I don't know what
i would have done,
Paul, it was just...
I was happy to help.
Just get home, get
some rest, okay?
- It's been a long night.
- Yeah.
Uh, thank you for everything.
I'm going on break.
Eight o'clock?
See you then.
- She's going to be okay.
- Yeah.
- I'll be here.
- Okay.
- Just relax.
- Thanks, Paul.
Right this way, ma'am.
Late night?
Early morning.
How's your patient?
Good, for now.
Kind of an odd one,
to be honest with you.
Well, let me know
if you need some help.
You are a godsend.
Hey, can I hop on this computer
and check some records?
Come on.
- Miss Aaron...
- Oh, fuck.
Miss Aaron.
Let's take a look, shall we?
I just... I'm your doctor, dear.
Now let's behave properly.
No need for theatrics
or impudence.
Get away from me.
Oh, don't be shy.
We both know that you
wouldn't be in a family way
if you were.
- What?
- Shy, that is.
Get away from me or I'll scream.
Come, come.
The checkup is routine.
We've been down
this road before.
You don't want to raise
up any old ghosts, do you,
Mrs. pinnacle?
That's my name, how
do you know my name?
My apologies.
He's barely cold
by now, isn't he?
What's important are the girls
and you, Susan, you and
your previous little girls.
Mommy's got to be
in tip-top shape.
Mommy can't be the apple queen
if she's not in tip-top
shape, now, can she?
I'm not a mother,
i don't have a child.
Silly lies don't suit
your apple pretty lips.
We were both there,
all of us were.
Them that was and is not now.
Two little girls,
beautiful and pure
on the inside,
one to Cherish, one to nourish,
a blessing and a curse.
Please, I'm not her,
I'm not my mother. Yes, you are!
To both of them!
God doesn't give
us what we desire.
God gives us what we need.
- Oh, babe.
- She's so beautiful.
Oh, my god, my little
Claire, you are perfect.
She's beautiful.
Doctor, I think you need
to take a look at this.
I understand, nurse, thank you.
Let me see her.
Two tiny miracles, we
are so blessed, honey.
- I want to hold her.
- Of course.
We did all we could.
I'm sorry.
I don't deserve this.
I don't deserve this!
What did you do to me,
what did you do to me?
- What did you do?
- Susan, Susan.
Oh, my god.
The girls need you now,
they need their mother.
Listen to me... what did you do?
It'll be all right, I promise.
Look at me, Susan, I promise.
What did you
do, what did you do?
What did you do?
What did you do,
what did you do?
What did you do,
what did you do!
Enough, I said enough!
Got you.
Come on.
Stop. Miss Mason, are you okay?
Are you sure you're all right?
Did he touch you?
Yes, or no, no, he didn't.
No, no, he didn't.
Get Mr. merman back to his room.
This time, follow the
procedures precisely.
Yes, sir, come on, Mr. merman.
Doctor merman to
you, you young...
Yeah, just move your ass.
He's a doctor here?
No, he used to be, 15 years ago,
that was before the
pills and the mills.
He said he knows me,
he knows my mother.
He said he knows me.
Miss Mason, you seem
a little fuzzy still.
Do you remember anything
about how you got down here?
Listen to me, he
knew my mother's name.
He knew about me, he
said I have a sister.
Yeah, well, he also
wants to do a prostate exam
on me every Wednesday.
He knew our names,
he knew mother's name.
The apple queen, he was there,
he saw all of us...
Let's take a walk,
and you can tell me all
about the apple queen, okay?
Well, you need to let
my husband in right away.
- We'll do that...
- Just tell him.
But right now, you're
going to get some rest.
Because everything is
going to be so much better
once you rest.
Hey, Paul, I was just about
to head to the hospital.
We need to talk,
can I come inside?
Yeah, yeah, uh, is everything
okay, is Claire okay?
She will be.
What are these?
Claire's family file.
Is something wrong with Claire?
All of Claire's issues must
be stemming form malory.
Is that a mental illness or...
- Her twin sister.
- What?
Claire had a twin sister.
No, she's never said
anything about a sister.
She didn't know,
nobody told her.
Claire's childhood was hidden
from her, from everyone.
Her mother truly must
have been a monster.
Look, look at this.
The baby was born
horribly deformed,
and her mother was so ashamed,
she bribed the doctor to
falsify the birth records
to show that her
twin was stillborn
even though the baby
was still alive.
That explains the
genetic aberration.
That's why your baby
was born stillborn.
It was inherited
from the mother,
from Claire.
what does it mean?
- Claire's imaginary friend.
- Yeah, uh, Bethany.
Malory Bethany pinnacle.
Wait, you're saying that
Bethany is Claire's sister?
Her sister, precisely.
Um, okay, Paul, but
you're not suggesting
something supernatural,
this is...
Look, I'm a man of science,
but this house is doing
horrible things to her psyche
and I suggest you
don't bring her back.
Put your clothes on and get
dressed, please, right now.
We have to leave, we have to go.
What's going on?
I saw her, Bethany, malory,
whatever her name is, i
saw her and she fooled me.
- Where?
- She fooled me,
just the same way
she fooled you.
Dr. brown, she made me cut him.
- My god.
- On his throat, and he bled,
and he died, are you
going to help me,
who's going to believe me?
I don't want to go to jail.
No one believed you
and I'm your husband,
I didn't believe you.
No, no, no, okay?
I need to lay her to rest.
She was my sister and
i will not treat her
the way my mother did, i
will not become my mother.
We need to do this to move on.
No, no.
You don't have
to come with me but
I'm going back.
I don't want to go.
- Are you sure?
- Not at all.
I'm sorry.
I'm so sorry, I didn't want it.
She made, she made me.
I'm sorry.
All right.
That was it.
That was my place.
There's a hole in
here, like a tunnel.
Can you make this hole larger?
Yeah, hold on.
Okay, that should be big enough.
I'm going to, I'm
going to get inside.
- No, no, I have to.
- Claire, it's not safe.
No, Aaron.
I need to.
She's my sister.
Be safe.
Where does it go?
I don't know, it keeps going.
No, honey, I don't like this,
I don't like this, come back.
Aaron, it's okay.
Follow my knocking.
I'm right here, Claire.
Got it.
Aaron, I see a tunnel.
I'm going to go down.
Be careful.
Bethany, I'm your sister!
It's okay, it's okay.
Stop it!
Stop it, Bethany,
I'm here to help you.
It's okay, it's okay, it's okay!
Listen, I'm here.
Stop it, stop it, I'm here.
Bethany, I'm here,
I'm here, I'm here.
You're okay.
I'm here now.
I'm here, Bethany.
You're okay.
You're safe.
It was my fault.
It was my fault you died.
We went away.
I was 10 years old and I,
I begged mom to take me skiing,
it was a snow day.
Eight days in a cabin
with food and warmth
and friends,
while you starved here
alone in the dark.
It's my fault.
I understand why you
hated me, I hate me.
I was your only friend,
but I didn't know you were real.
I'm so sorry.
It's time to set you free.
Honestly, I still think you guys
could have gotten
a higher number,
but as long as you're happy.
We are, very, thank you.
Okay, then, well, if you've
taken everything you need
and you've tied up
all your loose ends...
Yep, all done.
It's been a real
pleasure, folks.
- You, as well.
- Thank you.
Are you hungry?
Not really.
I just want to get out of here.
We can get something on the way.
Here's to new beginnings.
To new beginnings.