Born Innocent (1974) Movie Script

All right, everybody's on their feet. Lock the door.
Watch the door.
- Is this band from New York?
- I was out all night, Bob.
Please watch them at the end.
Let's get out of here.
Here's a minor.
- How old is he?
- 14.
- We don't have his picture or his fingerprints.
- Exactly. Exactly.
Put your bag here.
Are you wearing any jewelry?
Please take off your belt and put it here.
Take off your belt and put it here.
And now come with me.
Pick a loose bunk.
Hi, sweetie.
Let me out!
Underage from Bass district.
Did you let the underage girl
on bail overnight?
- They took her late tonight.
- We're here all the time, Robert.
What's the matter, Christine?
- Who's that?
He ran away from the house.
- Christine Parker.
- Will he be with us?
- Can I call my parents?
Your parents went to court.
They put you under their authority.
- Let's go. Let's go, let's go, let's go.
Can I call my parents?
I was calling them to give them to
you, but now you're in judicial custody.
But he doesn't always know where I am.
They know where you are.
and all about this
but they decided...
to leave you here with us.
Let's go. Let's go, let's go, let's go.
Let's get out of here.
Give me the bag.
Do you have a belt? So give it to me too.
This is Chris.
Mary, they're supposed to be
let me out of here today.
I'm gonna check it out.
Take this bed for free.
Have a seat.
I'm Josie.
Leave her alone.
What did you do?
I ran out of the house.
The judge probably
will send you into intrigue.
What's an intrigue?
Well, that's... a public school for girls.
I was there.
- Really? I'm sorry.
- Yes, I do.
I'll be back tomorrow.
But I don't want to go there.
Big deal.
It's not my fault.
- Yeah, you can never do anything.
- I can't blame him, just a little...
- Explained to the lawyer.
- A good lawyer can handle it.
But such is the fortune.
Josie's mother, she's rich.
earns well, doesn't he?
Good job. Good job.
He still hasn't taught you how
Are you doing business, Josie?
He's afraid that I'll
to be better than herself.
And you will?
You bet I am.
- Have your parents supported you yet?
- No, they didn't show up at all.
- Two separate processes.
- If he does, the judge
he'll see him again, he'll see him again, he'll see him again, he'll see him again.
will be hit by a punch.
Christine Parker?
Christine Parker.
- Please, where are my parents?
- They're not here, honey. Let's get out of here.
Your Honor, this is
Christine Parker.
Good morning, Christine.
Are your parents here?
They're not here, they signed the order.
Did you talk to them?
Yeah, this is her sixth.
of the house in two years.
They've already given up on her. I
I don't recommend that you try again.
Your parents sign this.
order to surrender all rights
and responsibility for you
and for his custody.
Now I have no choice but
I declare you warden of this court.
Do you understand what that means?
You tried to find something or
to contact his brother?
His Lordship are not available a good
and a brother is not available.
I'm sorry, Christine, but right now.
I have no choice and I have to send you
to a state juvenile facility, where you
remain until the court decides otherwise.
- Goodbye, Chris.
- Good-bye. Good-bye.
This is for you.
- Who brought it?
- Your father.
Why didn't you tell me he was here?
He couldn't stay.
Did he say anything else?
He said he was in a hurry.
I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry.
Let's go. Let's go, let's go, let's go.
Please come.
I'm here as a mediator. How
deputy superintendent
I'm making a connection between
you, the court and your parents.
Everybody asks me how Christine's doing.
And I love telling people good news.
Chris, this isn't a prison.
We do have a fence here, though.
but it's so no one can get in.
And we have locks on the door but
the more progress you make here,
the faster you get rid of all the locks.
We want to trust you here.
We're trying to create a pattern.
Steps you can easily follow.
Chris, from here on out, socialism
people come out.
The people who are out there can
and stay out of trouble.
Do you have any questions?
You wouldn't give him Coke?
Chris, the main thing
is to do you good, she
went out with the other
girls and staff
and you don't fight or anything.
And when you come across some speeches
homosexuality, so please denounce him.
Even for my own protection.
And when we see that you're handling it here,
you can quickly reach step 4.
And you can go home. To
somewhere to the fists,
or a group home.
I don't think I have to be here.
When you call your brother...
We've already contacted his family.
He thinks it's the best thing for you here.
- My brother... Did you talk to him?
- Yes, it is.
I can't believe it. I can't believe it.
It's all here. Come on, Chris.
Emmo... \ t
- She's definitely the new girl.
- This is Miss Lasko, our home.
- She'll take care of you now.
- Come with me.
Where's my suitcase?
We have to see him first.
This is a routine reception procedure
before you go to your quarters.
Are you experiencing this for the first time?
Give me your shoes first.
Okay. [Chuckles]
I'll see you around. Look at me.
Open your mouth.
All right, take your clothes off.
Let's go. Let's go, let's go, let's go.
You have to take a shower.
When was the last time
Have you had your period?
Two weeks ago.
- Two weeks ago was it over?
- Yes, it is.
Have you ever had an STD test?
- No, I'm not.
- Then we'll do it tomorrow.
Go away, you have to get in the shower.
So, shit.
Turn around.
Why are your hands so close to you?
your body? Are you hiding something in there?
Raise your hands.
All right, now open your legs.
A little further apart.
The girls are here trying
smuggling drugs in every way.
All right, take a shower.
Wash your hair like this.
There's a towel in the sink.
I'll wait outside before you're done.
Go ahead. Go ahead.
Competitor #2 comes from Muncie, Indiana
and it's Janice Arnold, a housewife.
Do you have children, Mrs. Arnold?
- Two-year-olds, twins.
So twins, it's like a
game, double or nothing!
And our #3 competitor is Harold Mercer.
Harold arrived from Twin Falls
in Idaho and works as a baker.
Keep going.
Girls, this is Christine Parker.
This is our common room.
- There's a TV and...
- Hi Chris!
Give it to me, okay?
This is Betty, our counselor. Yeah.
I'm not here, she's in charge.
- Should I take her?
- No, I'm fine. Let's go. Let's go, let's go, let's go.
- Where did you put it?
- He'll live with Janet.
- Janet?!
- We only have a few rules.
No visits to foreign rooms
not to talk after dinner,
no physical contact or
manifestations of affection.
Who wants to have fun?
doesn't have to be hot!
- And no fighting.
- What's up, Candy?
- Denny, shut up.
- Are you here for prostitution?
Denny, let's suck your thumb.
- Yeah? What if you...
- Look out! Look out!
Janet, this is Chris.
Hi, I'm Chris Parker.
Ugh, but you suck.
This is bullshit, I had to do it.
wash my hair with it.
Suck on her!
Let's go!
- That's very kind of you.
- She's ugly.
Do you like this room? Do
Do you want to stay with us?
Do you have a boyfriend? Or a girl?
- Why don't you cheat on her?
- Shut up, cow.
Do you want to come with me?
Enough, Moco, I've barely come here.
Are you sure you don't know?
Do you want to come with me?
Well, let's talk about it.
When an employee of yours
will give you pills to cheat,
hide them under your tongue
and then give them Moco.
But don't get too close to the lesbian.
I saw how it broke.
a chair to someone.
Yeah, she's fine, he's never
get out of here anyway.
Even loners don't care.
I feel the shampoo against
everything, this is new.
She's Rhea. He's a big thief.
What did you do?
She didn't do anything,
escaped from the house.
Is it true that, in order to go out
out of here in a few months?
Why? Are you going somewhere?
- One more time.
- No, not anymore.
So you give up?
- No, we're on it.
- Josie wins again.
I told you not to play this game anymore!
Mel, move. And get out of here.
Josie, get up! And get
out of here, Kate.
Get up! Get up!
Give it to me. So give it to me!
Shit, watch your door!
Josie, that's enough.
going solo. Betty!
Twelve girls come down from room number three.
- Hi. [Chuckles]
- Hi, Mom.
Rheo, hi.
How are you, Libby?
- Hi, Mom.
- How are you, honey?
But you're pretty.
- I'm sure you'll be Christine.
- Christine, virgin.
If the answer is yes, she is the
there's only one in this room!
All right, the twelve here.
- There's no work today.
- Where's Carla?
- Mom, let's play cards.
- Maybe later.
So, where is he?
Isolated, she tried to escape.
- He didn't even make it to the fence.
- That's enough.
Josie's there too. This
time, she really screwed up.
How are you feeling? I don't know.
- What about Ann?
- It was going to be embellished.
- He needs it.
- Speak for yourself.
You're not a failure either.
This is my director, you.
you should see me on the street.
- Where's Jack?
- He's gone.
Mom, why don't we do something today?
Not until we take the rest of the world.
What do we have here for the country?
Does anyone know?
That's ....Australia.
- no....
- This keeps saying.
Let's go. Let's go, let's go, let's go.
Somebody knows.
What is this country?
Janet doesn't know the world.
off the reservation.
We discussed it yesterday.
Nobody? Chris?
What about the water next door?
English Channel.
- Well done!
- So what? I don't know.
If you float across the English Channel
to France and swim too far south,
where would you swim?
To Spain.
- Miss Incredible.
- That's enough.
Don't make fun of her for knowing something.
For having enough effort
to learn something.
What are you trying to do?
- Get in the hurry.
- Why only drugs?
I'm good for them.
There are other ways
how one can feel good.
And who cares?
I don't want to hear this here.
This isn't funny anymore.
You just want to go out and
get drugs, pack a guy.
- I'm tired of listening.
- What's the matter, Mom?
Not a thing.
So you...
- Do you have a brother?
- Yes, it is.
- Do you like him?
- A lot.
Is he married?
Yes, I do.
I read in your records that
was great at school.
And you also had a lot of absences.
You had....
- problems at home?
- Yes, I do.
Yes, I do.
You want to talk about it?
You know the world map.
Do you like geography?
Yes, I do.
Would you like to travel once?
Yes. I'd like to become
a stewardess.
Flying with Chris to Denver. Nonstop.
- Where's Parker?
- Relax, he's on his way.
Hey! Hey!
- What do you think of the introvue?
- I don't even know.
You'll like it when you meet Johnny.
- He likes new girls.
- Who's Johnny?
- She'll be perfect for you.
- Let's get out of here.
Where's Betty?
He's got a night off tonight.
What do you want?
Well, girls, don't you think
Everybody go to the shampoo?
- Who will advise me on knitting?
- You're doing fine.
- I won't give it to him myself.
- Okay, wait a minute.
- Come back, Mama.
- I'll be right back.
When you're done, bring him in.
and I'll hide it again.
I always go!
Get up to the minute.
Well, that would be enough.
That's enough!
You're not gonna run so well now.
Anyway, one day we're gonna
end up on bail.
Someone told you you're not worth anything.
but you don't have to believe it.
- Even when my mother said it?
- You don't have to.
Most of you are here to
things that are adult
not to punish. I can run
from home the way I want.
- I can't ....
- Mom, none of us are here.
- If we didn't do anything, let us go.
- If it were.
- I'd leave now.
- Really? And where? And what would you do?
Show me a goal. Chris wants to be
a stewardess. That's the point.
And I want to be a lion tamer.
I want to ride a horse.
And get to Australia.
Any other targets?
Do any of you want to be a teacher?
Who would like to teach?
Chris, where are you going?
Chris, what are you doing?
You wait here.
Run! Run!
Don't do it! And you stand up!
Run, Chris! Run!
Get down from there!
No! Neeeeee!
Isolation is not punishable.
to think about what you did there.
And improve his behavior there.
You've already had the second step and now
you're at zero again, think about it.
When your behavior improves
you may return to your quarters.
Do you have staples in your hair?
Some girls refuse to go.
to the pot, and so he
will lay the ground. Then
you have to clean it up.
Who doesn't like the mattress I'm taking with me?
and can sleep on the bare floor.
And you're here too.
doesn't like what's true.
I just want to know what really happened.
Can you hear me?
All right, I'll take care of it,
but if you need me,
So I'm here for you.
I've got to go.
Goodbye for now.
Why did you run away?
So talk, Chris.
Will you consecrate me?
Chris, I'm trying to help you.
Why is that?
You know, I see girls every day,
how they work in stores
they go to college and build families.
I look at them and say...
could be Josie.
He always looks like her. Or like Bea.
Or could it be Denny?
it'll probably never happen.
You know, they didn't do it to you.
as much damage as other girls.
Did you know...
took drugs at the age of nine.
Her family left her alone.
What about Josie?
His mother...
turned her into a prostitute, when
I was about ten or eleven years old.
And Moco said that while
It's not worth anything.
she believed it herself.
Denny was...
was ....
she was beaten at home when
I still couldn't walk.
He was already with so many fists,
who no longer knows who he is.
But Chris...
Chris can imagine on the plane...
...flying to...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Choose between a varied menu that is
out there because he's conscious
and smart too.
I'd like ....
took a look from Brazil.
That's why I'm here.
I don't trust you.
I'm not working here to sacrifice myself.
I work here because I want to work here.
Maybe I need that job.
I wouldn't work here.
I've got the keys. I can leave
from here whenever I want.
That's why I'm staying here too.
I wouldn't stay.
Then what would you do?
I'd go home.
You're lucky. Most of the people
don't have a home here.
I've done it.
Do you know for sure?
Could you run away from there again?
Yeah, I know for sure.
Not after I stay here.
Because another home run
it means coming back here, doesn't it?
I wouldn't run anymore.
What about your parents?
They sent you here.
I don't know, I don't know. This time
would be different.
In what?
I'd try harder. I'd like
try to understand them.
What do you mean?
If I were your mother, what would I do
You're telling me now and here?
Mom ....
I can't stay there anymore.
I need to be with you.
I'll do better.
I'll try harder.
And I'll avoid my father.
And I'll help you.
And what would she say?
I don't know, I don't know.
I suppose she would say...
She hugged me...
She said...
Chrissie you....
Chrissie you....
Chrissie, he's gonna be fine again.
Everything's gonna be okay again, Chrissie.
And I would say...
What, sweetheart?
What they did to me here.
Trust me, Chris.
I met "Johnny."
Tell me about it, Chris.
Mommy! Mommy!
It's gonna be all right.
- Mom ....
- Chrissie.
They kept me on the ground and hurt me!
You should get it after you try to escape.
ban on house calls, so he's leaving.
But in this case, we are
considering an exception.
It works well.
And even if he's at a bad time.
humor, in school, goes away.
Hard to judge yet, barely out of isolation.
She does what she wants after her.
I think it's too soon to let her go,
we don't even know why he ran away.
But she didn't plan the escape.
He'd run away instead.
That's why it happened to him.
- We don't know what happened to him.
- We've worked it out.
Why didn't we know
about "Johnny"?
We're not going to negotiate
with this right now.
I also hate to hear about it.
- Girls deny it.
- Of course I do.
You won't be my girls...
Emma, we understand that when
a man has so many girls...
- I don't take that as a fact.
- That's not the point.
The thing is, if Chris can
to be home for four days.
When it works, so maybe
she could stay there.
He's one of the few people
it's needed here, it won't.
come back. She wants to prove
something in his life.
Let's give him a chance.
Go home two weeks after the race?
We enter the network with our own rules.
Let's get Chris out.
What do you say, Chris?
I know where the mistake occurred.
I'd like to go home.
to try again.
I think I can handle it now.
All right, Chris. Now excuse us.
You look good.
I won a little.
There's a lot of starch in the food.
How's Mom?
He's good.
But you know how it is with her.
She's nervous about being there.
but also because you're home now.
You didn't even notice how he's doing.
the car's going like clockwork now.
What? I don't know.
New silencer.
It's up to now. Do you
Do you hear the difference?
He's so far!
... no....
it was so bad again, wasn't it?
Is it like school?
It's horrible, honey.
But you'll be home for four days.
Mom, I don't have to go back there anymore.
When all that happens
Well, so I can stay here.
- I can't go back there.
- Is this possible?
You're back home for a minute and
you're already whining. Let's go. Let's go, let's go, let's go.
We didn't want to send you there.
And we're not happy to be there.
He said nothing happened.
I'm awake, the officer asked me if
they were hitting you there.
And she said no.
But I warned her and me
prefer not to talk.
Nobody beats me, Dad.
Nobody hits her there.
You blame me for that?
- ... no... I didn't mean that...
- Because you're still doing it.
So let it go.
Do you remember when his brother was here?
You've always been together and
I was always the wrong one.
Leave him alone, he's home now.
I'm sorry I was so strict.
That's because I just want to,
that everything's fine.
Well, good. He's mainly at home.
Will we forget it?
- Aren't you going to unpack?
- Yes, I do.
- Have you heard from Tom?
- He said.
He settled down, lives near Tucson.
- Do you have a new address?
- Yes, I do.
First postcard in half a year.
That's because that's
moving every two months.
You didn't send pictures?
He won't even show me my grandson.
Your friends were
Ellen and Carol here.
Where are you going?
So what? I don't know.
Come on, Mom!
He's getting ready
for more than an hour.
What's he doing there?
- Nothing, nothing happens.
So, yes.
Chris, when you get back.
maybe we could go for a spin.
Let's go eat pizza.
Okay. [Chuckles]
They probably don't have pizza.
in that high school, right?
They don't.
Just bread and water.
And what is bread?
But the water's pretty good, isn't it?
Yeah, except it's salty.
I can't find my purse.
Shall I leave it in the car?
Mom ....
You have to wait until I find her.
Dad, wait, I got this.
As if that's not enough.
not at work now, this one.
- I'll do it. I'll do it.
- I just have my job.
Nothing else...., and then he did it.
problems to your brother and now to you too!
- You're not supposed to
to be here, you were
at least four months....
- Dad ....
To teach you how to behave. That's it.
why you don't want him back there.
- Because you have to listen.
- Dad, I can't go back there.
- You can't? Who says?
- Dad, please don't...
There's a very good teacher.
And I also have a friend named Josie.
What if I didn't even
talk about the place?
We have two more days.
And what happens next?
So what, Mom?
Enough... changed here.
It's not that bad.
Like when I'm not here?
Then why are you here? Did he call?
to the police when I ran away?
And it wasn't better for you?
This place is no better for me, Mom.
I thought...
I'm going to see Carol.
- Ben, it's just a baby!
- How's the baby?
- He's not trying to piss you off!
- Don't you see what's going on here?
- I know.....
- You don't know anything about that!
- I'm trying!
- Of course I do!
Trying! Don't turn your back on me now!
Did you hear everything?
Ben, please...
I'd like to talk to
to your daughter, right?
Okay. [Chuckles]
What time is it?
There'll be ten.
You've been here four hours. Who were you with?
With Carol and her brother.
- And with your friends?
- No, I'm not.
So, where have you been?
Look how you make your pants.
tight around the butt.
You let them down.
to be so tight, right?
- Liar.
- Dad ....
I told you he was growing up.
What were you doing there for four hours?
Not a thing.
Dad ....
Now tell me what the four of you are.
hours with Carol and her brother.
We were listening to music, talking...
- And beyond?!
- Nothing!
You mean to tell me there's no
was nothing at all, huh?
What? I don't know.
Hi, Chrissie.
- How are you? - Okay, what about you?
- Do you remember this?
- Tom, I had to be five years old.
- No, you were six.
How I hate it...
I'm glad to be with you.
Let's go. Let's go, let's go, let's go.
- How was your trip?
- All right, I'll take care of it.
- How's Jenny and little Tommy?
- That's great. That's great. Tommy's growing out of the water.
- I haven't seen any of your photos.
- All right. ....
I can't wait to see it.
Are you hungry?
You still like tuna sandwiches?
- I'll have enough juice.
- Just juice?
You know, my mom called me last night.
And the police called me, too.
You know, Chrissie.
you didn't run away...
I had.
Let's go. Let's go, let's go, let's go.
I know, but I don't get it, Chrissie.
You had a chance not to.
to go back to school.
- Now you have to go back there.
- No, I don't. I can stay with you.
- That's what we did yesterday.
- We can try. Please, Tom.
Chrissie, I now live with two other people.
I can find a job.
So what? I don't know.
You're 14, Chris, don't be crazy.
- And you ran out of school.
- I can take care of Tommy.
What does Jenny say?
What do you say?
Like I said,
last night, the police called me about you.
So you're not leaving with me.
at any price, you understand?
He doesn't always need to know.
there's no more you and me.
Don't you get it?
Chrissie, I have a family,
I have to worry about ....
Try to understand me.
Please, please, please, please.
You said you could stay home.
Why did it turn out that way?
It seems like you just can't
to live without this constitution.
So turn around and open your legs.
You probably like it here.
Or did you miss me?
Take a shower.
I thought you could do it.
All right. ....
it just didn't work.
What about your baby?
I get sick in the morning.
Well, that's great.
You say it's bad for
a mother to be a child.
My mine is bad for me today.
They asked me if I wanted to stay with him.
I don't know yet.
Maybe you should quit.
But you have to show him love.
Sing to him. And do everything
the other shit.
Take him in the carriage.
Listen to him when he learns to speak.
See you in the room.
No, I ran away, so I'm in isolation.
What happened? What happened?
It just didn't work.
My brother didn't want me with him.
I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry.
So next time...
Let's try some fists.
It won't take long and you'll
back to step number 2.
It'll be easy for you.
Thank you. [Chuckles] Please wait for me.
Visits are prohibited in isolation.
- Not in special cases.
- Like me? - Yeah, just like you.
Christine Parker, a great criminal.
You're an irreparable person.
prosecutor of the court.
And consequently, you are treated here.
Everything is black on white. I don't.
I didn't write it like that.
It just is.
you cough something that is
too much and too important.
You're coughing, Chris.
But I'm not gonna let Chris do it.
It's important.
- And it's necessary.
- And who needs it?
I've made a decision....
I'm keeping that baby.
I don't want to be alone.
I want you to be with me.
Why is that?
No one else about him because he
hasn't said anything good yet.
And I want to hear nice things about him.
Like having to buy a cart...
So please don't isolate yourself, okay?
It's beautiful. Thank you. [Chuckles]
I knitted it myself. She's blue-pink,
to fit for boy and girl.
- What about him, Chris?
- It's beautiful.
Come on, open another one.
He'll want music.
Come on, Moco! Play
a little piano!
- No, I'm reading.
- Mucus...
This will be the happiest child in the world.
She has so many older sisters!
And Moco will be his older brother!
Terribly funny.
When we're out, we must
are constantly visiting Janet.
We'll keep you and your son on our heels.
And anything you need will help you.
I'll steal for you.
whatever you need.
And if you want to get married,
so we'll check on the boyfriend.
Especially to be nice to a child.
- Come on, Moco, play with us.
- Play alone. - I can't, I can't.
Come on, show me something you are.
only the master of the house!
This is from me.
Come on, quick, open it!
I'm very happy to be able to go
home when the baby's born.
- Your parents want this baby?
- Yes, they do.
They already have ten grandchildren.
If only I could go with you.
- Are your parents here?
- Him?
- Cigar?
- Oh, sure.
- Lasko?
- Yeah? - I need a light.
So do I.
- If no one is looking at it...
- I'm looking.
How I hate visiting days...
Josie, what's going on?
Lasko, why don't you leave us alone?
Are you all right?
I wish I hadn't come.
Every time he comes.
it's exactly the same.
When are you going home?
And strange, Josie...
But I know what it's like! Always, when I get
home, eventually I'll get fired.
I've got enough and I'll never come back!
You don't even know how lucky you are,
that your parents don't come here!
- But ....
- Keep it?!
Anybody want to play cards? Denny?
No, I'm waiting for someone.
you know they live too far away.
No, I mean another mother.
That's not gonna happen.
She's coming.
Someone's coming!
Come on, Denny, come play.
Why don't you play
against yourself, Lasko?
You're not gonna help anything!
You won't do anything about
this, so what's not to confuse?
We've had enough of Denny.
of visiting days, right?
Don't touch me! And I say
Someone's coming today!
- I'm here.
- I don't need you.
Just say someone's coming.
- No one's coming.
- Say it!
You don't want anyone to come because of you.
nobody's coming either! Nobody loves you!
- Listen....
- I said don't touch me, cow!
Just leave her alone!
Stay out of this!
- What's this mess?
- What's up with that? I don't cook it...
- Can I have some more milk?
- I don't have any more.
Apparently, for you, they started
looking for a foster family.
We know about our plants.
- All they want is slaves.
- Shut up, Josie.
You want my milk?
- Why should I drink more milk?
- You know why.
- Of course I do...
- It's a big problem.
All teeth can become pregnant.
I can only come out of what I saw.
It all started with Chris and Janet.
Please, Janet's in seventh position.
months and they're both honest girls.
If they get away with it.
will have complete discipline.
So they stay locked in their room, but
they won't go to isolation, it won't do any good.
- He helps me lead the rooms.
- You don't keep the coins.
You're protecting six of them.
hours a day, me the other 18.
You don't see what I'm doing, all here,
aggression, lying, theft, battle....
I see everything.
You don't live in it, but I do it there.
So that's the point, leading the quarters?
I didn't want to pull it.
but why slap Denny?
Was that supposed to help lead
the quarters? And that helped?
Just a moment.
Don't try...
Don't try to turn me into a monster.
Don't you dare!
I've been here for ten years.
- I've heard that before.
- You listen to me.
Ten years ago, belts were hitting.
And I defended the girls!
I protected them.
Emmo... \ t
I heard how bad it was.
So what? I don't know.
So what? I don't know.
Most of these girls are here.
because no one wants them, no.
because they're criminals.
Some of them really are.
It's like a shelter,
where unwanted pets go.
Or like an old man.
We have a correctional system
schools for children.
Compared to the previous ones, they are spas.
- What are you doing here now, Emma?
- I'll take you home! Food and shelter.
It's a warehouse.
Protecting them from danger on the outside!
Like a cop.
Nothing will change that. Most girls...
Here he comes, here he comes.
out, has kids,
and the kids end up
with us anyway.
Emma, if you help me, please try.
to change this for me?
And start with just one child,
And now?
You think you're pretty good, don't you?
How do you save a girl.
How do you save her?
What about the others?
In this system, Chris deserves isolation.
What about the others?
when he gets away with it?
That's what I am.
doing for them.
And what will be tomorrow
when I'm with them and with you
will you be home with a
of perfection at home?
- Janet!
- What is it? What is it?
- I want to talk to your room.
- Why is that?
I've already read the walls here.
I'm sorry, Chris.
That's good, you can't do that.
We'll lose the steps again.
I want to be home when the baby's born.
He'll let you go.
But not...
But no!
What is it? What is it?
Chris, something's wrong!
- What? I don't know.
- Something happened to the baby!
I'm bleeding, Chris!
- I'm bleeding!
- All right, wait!
We need help!
We need help quickly! Janet's bleeding!
We need help! Somebody get over here!
Hang on, Janet!
We need help! Quick!
Come on, let's go!
- Quick, it's Janet!
- What's going on? What's going on?
- Janet, wait!
- Chris!
- Oh, my God! Oh, my God!
- Chris!
What happened?!
Room No. 3.
That's bad news.
Oh, yes, of course I do.
That'll be fine.
Thank you for calling.
Janet has to stay at the
in the hospital for a few days.
He won't come back here anymore.
The baby didn't survive.
Congratulations. Congratulations.
The child is dead.
Let's pray.
God Almighty and Eternal, who
Love us with pure love
We entrust this child's soul to yours.
grace and your heavenly kingdom.
Have mercy on us for
his immense love for us
through the intercession of the
Blessed Virgin Mary
and all your saints, leave even us
experience the glory of your kingdom
with all the saints and
with all your servants.
We ask this through
Christ our Lord, amen.
I've already said that pain and sorrow
the repentance of our entire school.
To understand what happened we must
Janet's people.
And it's a proud people.
When he started having pain, he did.
didn't sound and suffered in silence.
She screamed.
As is the case with your people.
She screamed!
- Only when it was too late.
- She screamed!
Move it. Move it.
- I'll give next time.
- You think I'm cheating on you?
I wouldn't give much for it.
- What are you doing? What are you doing?
- Shut the fuck up!
Relax there.
Not the program.
That's better.
He loses again.
- Moco, stop playing.
- Leave me alone!
Josie! Moco!
Come here. Come here.
Let's go. Let's go, let's go, let's go.
Lasko, can I get a shampoo?
Chris, shower time.
ended an hour ago.
I was in the room. Can
- Please bring the shampoo.
- I said tomorrow.
- Let's go!
- Please bring the shampoo.
I've had enough of how to fly
up and down all day.
Just give him the shampoo.
Get me some shampoo,
to do this, to do that...
- But you're not doing anything.
- And you're still paying for it.
- I'm very good to you.
- Like Janet?
That wasn't my fault.
That was because of your isolation.
Lasko, will you get me the shampoo?
And what about a few
days locked up in the room?
Is that your answer?
to everything?
- Just give it to her.
- Lasko, the shampoo...
Just a little more time and
you'll lose a step.
The shampoo, Lasko.
Can I have the shampoo, Lasko?
Then give it to her.
- He doesn't want that much.
Okay, you're gonna be locked up in peace.
- No! No! No! No!
What are you doing?!
Give it back!
Come and help me, we'll take the piano!
Give me the key!
Give me the key!
Give me the key!
What is it, Josie?
Come on, give me the keys.
Come on, let's get out of here.
Come on, Josie.
Josie, give me the keys!
I don't want to leave here!
That's enough, isn't it?
- Who's next?
- Chris Parker. - The last one.
All right, let's get this over with.
All the girls say the same thing.
We know Chris was yours oblbenkyn.
We liked it, too.
The problem is, even so.
I don't know what happened.
Chris, we're doing this
talks about the riots.
Later, there will be a broader investigation,
people outside the school will find out.
We're just trying
to find out what happened.
I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. It just happened.
- We know it wasn't the first time Chris....
- We don't know.
Lasko said, he started
with the shampoo thing.
Miss Lasko didn't make
anything for us at all.
- And he hit Denny.
- Denny tried to kill her! - Betty!
Chris, you don't have to.
to worry about Denny now.
So, Miss Lasko
hit anyone else?
Did he hit you?
He wouldn't give me the shampoo.
And he was furious, when
he asked her repeatedly about him.
She's lying. And the other
the girls are also lying to cover it up.
I'm sorry you don't believe me.
Chris, we're trying to listen.
Emma knows that sometimes she slapped.
When Chris used to be before some of us
problems, always confessed.
But you still lose your steps.
And the other girls involved.
Please, I was in favor of the step
#4 for several weeks.
- Please don't forget.
- We didn't forget, Chris.
- Even after you did it?
- She hit me!
Then I couldn't control myself and
what happened next, I'm so sorry.
I guess it started.
to cheat on the other girls.
I don't know what to say. I
I wish it could be returned.
I know I have to put
mentally together.
But I feel like with time I'm staying
here my attitude improved.
And stay here for real.
it really benefited me.
I'd like to try again.
I wouldn't lose your steps
and then go out...
to try here and out,
how I changed.
And then I'd like
apologize to Miss Lasko.
Well, Chris, we see you have good access.
And an effort to rectify.
We'll let you know when
we changed our minds.
Thanks for listening to me.
Wait a minute. Wait a minute.
I want to talk to her.
You lied.
Big deal.
I don't know what to do now.
Does it matter?
- Moco, give me a cigarette.
- How'd it go?
Betty, fire, please.
Hey, mom, are you gonna come after us?
- So far, Mom.
- What aren't you learning tonight?