Del Playa (2017) Movie Script

- Finally we're home, wait,
Dick, stop videotaping me.
- Why?
- Why are you doing it?
- Because
I just, you know--
- Who will you send
it to?
Stop videoing us.
Come on.
- Come on.
- You're addicted to Snapchat.
- Uh, no, I'm just, you know.
Addicted to that ass.
- Why is the door open?
- I don't know.
Maybe he's out and about.
- Stop, stop!
- Okay.
["My Last Date"
by Skeeter Davis]
- It's so smoky, what is this?
Is that blood?
- That looks like it.
- Is that blood?
- Let's go.
- Oh my god!
Oh my god, oh my
god, call the police.
Then my love
could prove to you
That I would always
love you and be true
My plans and dreams
cannot come true
And when you say goodbye
I know I will cry
'Cause I'll know it's
my last date with you
- Claire.
Can I talk to you for a second?
- Go ahead, I'll catch up.
- Would you...
Would you like to go to the
Thriller Night Dance with me?
- Matt, I'm really, really
honored you would ask me, but,
I'm going with someone else.
- Tim Murphy?
- He's kind of been
my boyfriend for a while now.
- I heard you guys had--
- Broken up?
High school, we had a fight.
The rumor mill isn't
always accurate.
- I'm sorry.
- It's okay.
Really, thank you for asking.
I'm sure I'll see you there.
- Claire.
Hurry up.
- Gotta go.
Have a great day, Matt, and
don't be late for class.
- In English, it means
tenacious pine tree.
Shoshin Makaniri could easily
have given up when he took ill
but he did not, Shoshin said,
karate can be considered
conflict with oneself,
or a lifelong battle
that can only be won
through self-discipline,
hard training,
and use of one's
creative efforts.
But without self-discipline,
it will consume you
and you will fail.
Fighting stance.
- Get off me, get off!
Calm down, calm down!
Get off!
What the fuck is wrong with you?
- Isn't
it time to wake up?
Welcome back to
Thriller Thursdays,
and now back to our
feature presentation.
- Just
kill me already.
You sick fuck.
Just do it.
Do it, fucker.
- Next Wednesday night.
- There he is.
A real Brewster, huh?
Feeling good, kid?
You gonna ignore
me in my own house?
Can you believe
this little prick?
- Joey--
- No, don't fuckin' "Joey" me.
Kid's got no respect for no one.
- I talked to him already.
- Fuck you with your talk.
I'll show him some talk.
- I'll make you a sandwich.
- I'll teach you respect.
- Do you want turkey?
- You hear me?
- Joe?
- Hey!
I said did you fuckin' hear me?
- Joey, it's been
a really long day already.
How about I make you a sandwich?
- Did you hear me?
- Joey!
Joey, stop!
Joey, no!
- You're gonna learn respect,
or I'm gonna kill you.
- Cool makeup.
- Thriller
Night Dance with me?
- I'm
honored you'd ask me.
- You're
gonna learn respect.
- Claire.
- Hey, Matt.
When did you get here?
When did you get here?
- Just now.
- Oh, cool.
Well, I'm glad you made it,
it took forever to decorate.
- Do you wanna dance?
- What?
- Do you wanna dance with me?
- Um, it's probably
not the best idea.
It's just Tim and I,
he's my boyfriend,
and it's not the best.
- Hey, freak-show!
What's your deal, bro?
Are you retarded?
I said what's your deal?
- He was just talking, Tim.
- I know.
I'm just talkin', too.
- Just leave it, Tim, it's fine.
- Babe, I know.
It's fine.
Just tryin' to have
a quick conversation
with the big guy here.
- Timmy, I said...
It's fine.
Now let's go for a walk.
- Okay.
My mistake.
My mistake.
Have a good night, bud.
- Hudson!
- Hudson!
- Yo, karate chick.
- Hey, Mattie, wait up a sec.
Let me talk to you real quick.
Hey, freak-show, turn around
and talk to me like a man.
- Slow down, Speed Racer.
- Aw, sorry.
Did I say somethin' wrong?
- What's that quote, um,
"Papa was a rolling stone?"
I think that's how
the expression goes.
- Aw, look at this.
The thing is, you think
it's cool to come up
and hit on my girlfriend in
front of the whole school.
That won't do, bro.
So you can imagine
my embarrassment.
You have no respect
for what isn't yours.
She's mine.
She chose me.
Not you.
She would never, ever,
date a fatherless
retard like yourself.
- Never.
- Yeah, like yourself.
- Like you.
- Ever.
- He's want to get down, Tim!
You got him, Tim.
- You want some of Tim Murphy?
The Tim Murphy?
Come on.
Come on, big guy.
Come on, freak!
- Kick his ass!
- You like that? That feel good?
- Come on, Tim.
- Tim!
- It's okay.
- What
are you guys doing?
- You want more?
- No!
- Tim!
Tim, are--
- I'm good.
- Tim, are you okay?
- I'm good.
- Tim!
Call for help!
- Tim!
- Call for help!
Baby, baby.
- You okay?
- I'm fine.
- Carolina.
What the fuck?
- Claire?
- Oh, fuck.
Look, see now, I can hop
with four apples up on top.
- One, two, three.
One, two, three, four.
- Perfect, look at you.
Seven apples up on the top.
- One, two, three,
four, five, six.
Or, one, two, three,
four, five, six, seven.
One, two, three, four,
five, six, seven.
- That's right,
what a lucky number.
- Claire.
- Hey!
- Hey, did you get my text?
- My phone died.
- Really?
- Yeah.
- Where were you?
- Studying.
- I went to your house
and no one was there.
- I was over at Liz's.
- With Liz?
- Yes, with Liz.
- And you couldn't send
me a text this morning?
- I was working.
- Look, I was worried, is all.
I just, hey.
I just don't like it when I
can't get in touch with you.
- You don't
have to worry about me.
- You're beautiful
and [mumbles].
- Stop it.
- Hey.
I, um, I gotta stop by
Coach Hern's office.
I got practice
till five and then
I'm gonna go downtown
for costume shopping.
Choose your costume yet?
- No, Jason.
- Why?
- I don't dress up.
- Come on, Claire.
- I don't!
- It's stupid.
Everybody dresses up.
- I don't give a fuck.
- Well, I just, I just
don't want you to be
the only person in the
party without a costume.
- Then I won't go.
- Claire, would you
just relax for a second?
Like, what's--
- Just--
- What's wrong with you today?
- Just forget it.
- Okay.
- I'm just a bit
overwhelmed with school and
this might be my last quarter.
- What do you mean?
- I don't know.
- Claire, you
can't just drop out
halfway through
your junior year.
- I don't know yet!
I just have a lot on my mind
and Halloween isn't helping.
- Babe.
Look, I'm here for you, babe.
- I know.
- You know?
Whenever you're ready to talk
about it, I'm here for you.
I gotta go to Coach's office.
I love you.
- And which one of Freud's
psychoanalytic theories
of personalities is most
closely associated to birth?
- The ego?
- Not quite.
Do you care to
wager your thoughts?
- The id.
- And why is that?
- Freud classified
this part of the brain
driven by pleasure, a need.
The id is a part of us that
just wants what it wants.
Every fear
Every thought, every desire
Near to my heart is a fire
Flames on my tongue
I spoke clearly
But was smoke in my lungs
Can you hear me
I want you to take me home
Where that is, I don't know
Holdin' onto hope
I want to go
- What's up?
- What's up, man?
- You gettin' it in?
- Yeah.
Where are you comin' from?
- Hern's office.
- What's wrong?
- Oh, nothin'.
- You sure?
- Yeah.
- You don't look sure.
- It's just, been a little
stressed lately, you know?
Classes and stuff like that.
- How's Claire?
- Claire?
- Yeah.
- She's alright.
- Alright.
- Yeah, she's cool,
man, it's just...
- I wish you would just
look at shit objectively.
- I do.
- You do?
- Yeah.
- You're a good-looking dude.
You got everything
going for you.
You could be anything you want.
I don't think she's
right for you, man.
- It's not that,
it's just she's--
- Not returning
your phone calls?
Dude, you need, you've got
to get that girl a charger.
Get her one in your car.
Get her one in your room.
A mothy, something.
Jesus Christ.
In the meantime, I need you to
get your head outta your ass,
put up 30 on Saturday.
It's the least you could do.
I'm puttin' up 32.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
- 32 rebounds?
- We did it!
- Thanks, Claire.
How was your day?
- Good.
- Boom.
Check back again.
You're supposed to check it.
Come on, check it
up, check it up.
Oh, what?
You got out early.
- You're sweaty.
- Just a little bit.
- Oh, you're so wet!
- What're you gonna do about it?
- Are we gonna go
costume shopping or what?
- Let me take your pulse.
120 over 80.
You're gonna be fine.
Eat less red meat,
don't do drugs.
- Yeah.
- I like it.
- It's perfect.
- You look great, babe.
- Thank you.
- You are too much.
- Thank you.
- Mm-hm.
You're comin' out
on Friday, right?
- I'll be there.
- Good, the party's gonna
be so out of control.
We're having a costume
contest for the best dressed.
I totally think you could win.
And then we can get
drunk and hit DP.
I can't believe that.
Oh my gosh, is
that your costume?
- That is so cute.
- Super cute.
- Oh my god, that's gonna be
the most adorable thing on you.
- Yeah, I just got it.
You guys remember Jason?
- Obviously, hello.
You've only been dating him
for like a year or something.
- Seriously, I don't
know how you do it.
- Transcendental meditation.
- So how's the basketball
comin' along, Jason?
- It's good, the first game of
our season is Saturday night.
- Really?
- Yeah, night after Halloween.
- That's inconvenient.
- Seriously.
- Like, your coach should
be fired, that's fucked.
- That's totally fucked, you
guys could like die or some--
- No, it's not gonna be
that bad, it'll be fun.
Y'all should come through.
- I'm down.
I wanna see a game.
- Nobody's gonna die, I promise.
I gotta get goin'.
I love you.
- I love you, too.
- It's nice seein' you girls.
Our house is havin' a
really big party this Friday
for Halloween, you all
should swing through.
- Sounds fun.
- Okay.
- Yeah.
- Alright.
- Bye.
- Bye.
He's so cute.
- You guys are
too cute together.
- Oh my god, he's so tall.
- Like Barbie and Ken.
I can't.
- Is that really his car?
- Where are you
guys heading now?
- We're goin' to Luke Glendon's.
He's having like a
small get-together.
- Yeah, have you met him?
- No.
- It's just right across the
street from the Marley house.
It's gonna be, you
know, whatever.
- Yeah, we shouldn't
be gone too long.
- Yeah, I have to be in
bed and asleep by two AM.
- No, seriously, I need sleep.
- Yeah.
- Well, I hope you
guys have fun, be safe.
- Love you.
- Bye.
- Bye.
- You're such a dick.
No, you don't call.
- I don't know, what about you?
- My stupid money.
What'd you get?
- Sailor girl outfit.
- That is so cute, I
love the stockings.
- You got your costume?
- Yeah.
- So cute.
What's up?
- He's such a dick, as usual.
- Like always?
- Yes.
- I mean, just
break up with him.
I don't know what the deal is.
- I know, but first I
just, I need a shot.
- Of course you do.
What about you
guys, up for a shot?
- Please.
- I want one.
- So hungover.
- Hair of the dog.
- Oh, yeah.
What the fuck was that?
- Is someone here?
- Nobody's
here, it's just us.
- It's probably just Tiff.
- Tiff's in class.
It's always a good idea.
- Tiff?
- That is why
I keep getting hungover.
- That's the best!
Oh my...
What the?
- Yeah?
- I have a friend
who's having a party.
- Oh, really?
Oh, that's cool.
- Yeah, it's gonna be on DP.
Everybody's gonna be there, so.
Yeah and he like said
his roommate's not there,
so he has like an extra room.
- Oh, really?
- I'm not on the pill.
And you know where the tide is.
- Are you fucking serious?
- Completely.
- Fuck!
- It's okay.
I'll go down on you.
- But what about you?
- What about me?
- What do you
want me to do to you?
- Come swimming with me.
- Are you fucking serious?
- Completely.
Are you coming or what?
- These guys are fucking nuts.
Wow, well hey, at least
if they get too drunk
and need assistance, you can
help them, Mr. Lifeguard.
- Oh, yeah, looks like you
might need some assisting.
You're stupid.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
- Felt good, right?
- Oh my god, amazing.
- Oh my god, look at the stars.
- I'm lookin' at them.
- No, no, really,
really look at 'em.
- It's nice.
- I gotta pee.
You're kidding.
- No, I'm dead serious,
I'll be right back.
- Yo, Jen!
What the fuck?
Oh, fuck!
Get off me!
- Wait, where is Jen?
- They're swimming.
- Yeah but that was a while ago.
Shouldn't we be worried?
- Mm-mm.
- Okay, what about
sharks or like a tidal wave?
Or, I don't know,
you're the lifeguard.
- They're probably just.
- What is that?
- Hanging out further
down the beach.
- I mean I guess they
could've gotten some sticks
and made a fire.
- Exactly.
- Who's that?
- What's up?
- Who the fuck is that?
- Fuckin' help you?
- Oh my god! [screams]
Oh my god.
Luke, get up!
What are you doing?
Get away from me.
Get away!
- So, 40?
- 50.
- 50?
- Correct.
- Don't I get some kind
of special discount?
What's wrong with you, anyways?
- Are we done here?
- Are you being serious?
Wait, Ryan.
- Oh, please stop.
- This is hard.
- How so?
- I'm miss hanging out
with you on Fridays.
I do.
Come on, we used to
spend the whole day
laying in bed watching Netflix.
It was perfect.
And then, you changed.
I mean, what happened to that,
Ryan, what happened to us?
- Uh, we broke up?
- So what.
- What do you mean "so what?"
- So we can't hang out anymore?
- No.
- Why?
- That's not how it works.
- Why not?
- This is not healthy, we
really need to stop doin' this.
- You're wrong.
- How so?
- You just are.
- Listen, I'm
seeing someone now.
What about that
don't you understand?
- You're seeing someone else?
- That's what I fucking said.
- Claire?
And how is that going
for you, by the way?
Are you gonna come
with us on Saturday
to watch her boyfriend
score some baskets?
- Go fuck yourself.
Here's your fucking discount.
Don't ever fucking
call me again.
- You look
beautiful for the dance.
- Thank you.
- Is this like forever?
- Matthew!
- I'm good.
- Call for help!
Close your eyes.
- Oh!
- What's that?
- Panda.
- Okay, what about this one?
It's okay, we'll move on.
What about this?
- Grey wolf.
- Perfect, good job!
Jimmy, what's wrong?
- I want to be that.
- Oh, sweetie.
It's okay.
- Claire.
Claire, are you awake?
- And how did you find out?
- Instagram.
She found me and messaged me.
- Why?
- What do you mean "why?"
She was fucking Steve, too.
And apparently for a while.
And when she found
he had a girlfriend,
she was really pissed off.
I just don't get it, all this
time he seemed so genuine.
And my parents loved him.
Three fucking years?
Three, Claire, and we like
talked about marriage a lot.
How do you talk about spending
your whole fucking life
with somebody and then fucking
someone else on the side?
It doesn't make the
slightest bit of sense.
How can I have been so stupid?
- What can I do?
- Come with me.
I can't do this.
- You can.
You can do anything you want.
You're free.
- I love you.
- I love you, too.
- He's an animal.
- I agree.
Why don't you come
out with me tonight?
- Where?
- To Jason's,
he's having a huge party.
- I don't even think I
feel like going out now.
- Come on, it's Halloween.
Everybody goes out on Halloween.
I don't wanna go alone,
and you are the most
beautiful girl I know.
Hey, Liz.
- Have you heard
from Jen or Lacey today?
- No, I haven't.
- Oh my god,
they're such sluts.
- They've probably just been
out and then went to class.
- Yeah, but they usually
come home and shower first.
Oh well, I thought I'd
just check with you.
- Yeah, sorry.
- It's okay.
- I'm sure they're fine.
- Okay, whatever.
I'll see you tonight.
- Okay, see you tonight.
Here you are.
I can tell, I can tell
- Jen?
This will be
My last date with you
- Jen, can you hear me?
I know you're
gonna make me blue
My heart is trembling
through and through
'Cause I know very well
I can tell, I can tell
This will be
- Claire.
Come in.
- Is this a bad time?
- Absolutely not.
What's up?
- I'm
switching my major.
- Pardon?
- I'm switching my major.
- I'm confused, Claire.
- I don't wanna do
psychology anymore.
- And why is that?
- I don't know.
- That isn't very sound logic.
- I've just been lost
in my head a lot lately.
I can't focus during lectures,
and I'm sure you've noticed.
- So, you're having
trouble focusing
and now you just
wanna jump ship?
- It's more than that.
- You're the top of your class.
- Mr. Pal--
- You're exceptionally bright.
- That's not--
- You have a deeper
understanding of people.
You have a gift.
- I don't.
- Claire, you need to think
about what you're saying.
- I have, I've done a
lot of thinking lately.
It's over.
- Okay and what about
the three years,
all the time you've put in?
- I feel like I've been
running for so long
I've forgotten
what's chasing me.
I don't even know if
college is right for me.
- Claire, are you okay?
- Yes.
- Did something happen?
I mean, your hands are shaking.
- No, I'm fine.
- You're positive?
- Yes.
- Well, then...
I wish you luck.
And I just want you to know
that it's been an absolute
pleasure having you
as one of my students.
- Thank you.
- And one thing, before you go.
Your paper, the
best I've ever read,
but it's incomplete.
- How is it incomplete?
- Forgot to tell
us what happens to the boy.
Is that what this is about?
- I have to go.
- Do you wanna dance with me?
- Hey.
We need you tomorrow.
Look, I know the NCAA
really fucked up this year
by pushin' the
season up one week,
but we need a win.
- I know.
- We open against Irvine,
for Christ's sake,
on Halloween weekend.
What a fuckin' debacle.
- We'll be ready.
- We need a win.
- I know.
- Don't go drinkin' tonight.
I need you to be 100%.
We need a win!
- I'll be in bed by 10, coach.
- You're a lyin' son
of a bitch, Jason,
but I appreciate the sentiment.
- We need a win!
I got it, coach.
- God damn right we need a win.
Irvine, for fuck's sake.
What a debacle.
- Oh, fuck.
I know we had a quarrel
- Jen?
But all sweethearts do
- Jen?
I gave my
- Jen?
Is anyone here?
Starin' out the window
Waitin' for life to stop
'Cause everythin'
I've been through
Never seems to let up
- Yo, take it easy.
Someone ask me why
I feel like I feel
Take pill after pill
- Claire.
- You scared?
- No.
I don't know the
fake from the real
The way you can steal
from the things are I killed
When I signed my life away
Girl you know I want this
And I know you need it
- What's wrong?
- Nothin', babe.
- What?
- I'm just not in the mood.
- What do you mean,
"in the mood?"
- Just, give me one sec.
- I'm sorry, do you want
me to call a friend?
- What?
- That way you
could fuck us both.
- Wait, what the fuck?
- Favor for a favor, that's
what you like, right?
- Fuck you.
- I'm gonna go.
- You always do, anyway.
- What the fuck is
your problem today?
- This!
This whole situation.
- There's no situation.
- Yeah, it looks like it.
- What's that supposed to mean?
- Nothing.
- Nothing?
- It's just, look at you.
Your hair's a mess,
your makeup's running.
You look like you've
been crying all day.
And then you come over and you
just wanna do blow and fuck?
Like this is normal to you?
- Normal?
- You're a mess.
- I had a long day.
I wanted to come
over here and relax
and not worry for once, okay?
- Oh, yeah?
- Yeah.
- Does your boyfriend
know where you are?
- I guess I'm gonna leave that.
- Claire.
- No.
- Just sit down for one second.
- No, it's fine.
- Sit down for one
fucking second.
- Let go, let go!
- Claire, sit down!
- Let go of me, stop it!
- Jesus!
Fine, there!
I'm sorry!
Do you know how
long I've liked you?
Since Freshman year,
back in San Raf.
Street 1201, do
you remember that?
- Don't pretend that
you care about me.
- Excuse me?
- Don't pretend, you
got what you wanted.
- I'm telling you.
- You and I both are
the same type of person.
- How's that?
- Just want what we want, we
don't care about the cost.
- You're wrong, Claire.
So wrong.
- How?
- I like you.
Claire, you're, you're
smart, you're beautiful.
We have more fun stayin' in
and eatin' Chinese food, and,
I wanna be with you, Claire.
Why won't you be with me?
- Well, it was fun
while it lasted.
- What?
That's it?
- I should go.
- Claire, just wait a minute.
Let's just talk,
we're not done here.
Please don't leave.
- Wow!
- Smells so good.
Will you make me one?
Just kidding, have you
seen me in this costume?
I look like a whale.
- Oh my god, stop.
- Oh my god, no you don't.
- Fucking freebirds.
- You guys, I don't think
I'm gonna go tonight.
I don't care about
how much we drink.
- Oh my god, do you
know where it's at?
- Of course.
You look amazing!
- That looks so cute.
- Okay, we're gonna walk over?
- We have to
pick up Tom and Chris
but we'll meet you
guys over there.
- Okay.
- Have fun!
- Bye!
- See ya later.
Just can't believe
that this could end
I know I'll never love again
You'll ask me to
be just a friend
It's as plain as can be
I can see, I can see
This will be
My last date with you
Just walk right in
Just walk right in
Just walk right in
- Oh my god.
- How are you doing!
- Oh my god!
- Hey, guys, this is Johnny.
Best playing guard ever.
- Hey!
- Johnny, it's nice to meet you.
- Nice to meet you, Johnny.
- Hey, Simon says who
wants to do a shot?
- We do!
Just walk right in
So just walk right in
Just walk right
in, walk right in
Walk right in
Just walk right in
Just walk right in
Just walk right in
Just walk right in
Just walk, just walk
Just walk, just walk
Just walk, just walk
Just walk, just walk
You just walk right in
- What the fuck?
- You got to go.
Get help.
Fuck you.
- Help!
- Why do you think we're here?
- In Isla Vista?
- No, here.
- What do you mean?
- Like, what is our purpose?
- Like, in life?
Well, I was raised Christian,
so I was taught that
God has a plan for us.
- What kind of plan?
- You know, like, for our life.
He knows our ways,
he knows our desires.
He has a plan for us.
- Do you go to church anymore?
- Not so much.
I only go sometimes, like,
at holidays, when I go home.
- I don't think that's true.
- What's true?
- I don't feel like my life
is being guided
by a higher force.
- How do you know that?
- Because, when I let myself go,
like, completely go,
I feel nothing.
- That doesn't mean that
he isn't still there,
or something greater isn't.
Buddha or the stars.
Whatever you believe in.
You know, we have to
believe in somethin'.
Otherwise, what's the point?
- Do you feel him when
you play basketball?
- Basketball?
- Yeah.
- What do you mean?
- Like, do you
feel him tilting the game
one way or another, is
he there when you play?
- Absolutely.
Win or lose.
- Jason.
I'm afraid to lose you.
- What are you talkin' about?
- You're
all I have left.
I think I may be in
love with you, but it,
terrifies me.
I wanna believe in us.
- Claire, what are
you talkin' about?
I know I love you.
I'm not gonna leave you.
- But what if you have to?
- I can't.
And I won't.
I promise.
- Thank you for walking me home.
- Of course.
- Are you excited?
- For what?
- Tomorrow's big game.
- Of course.
- Me too.
I'm nervous.
- Why?
- I don't know.
- I'm not.
I know it's out of my hands.
- I love you.
- I love you, too.
- Night.
I need help immediately.
My roommate was murdered.
He could have done it.
I said my roommate was
murdered, there's a maniac
on the loose and he
is killing people.
I don't know, I'm
on Del Playa Street.
Um, 6545 Del Playa,
and I live just, that was
the last place I saw him.
I said he was at that house.
6545 Del Playa.
6545 Del Playa.
Can you hear me?
Oh, fuck.
- Hey.
- Ryan, where are you?
- I'm just takin' a walk.
- Look, I don't
have time to explain,
but somebody is
trying to kill me.
- Wait, what?
- Somebody's trying to kill
me, he's killing people!
- Who's, [sighs]
who's killing who?
- This psycho I used to know,
his name is Matthew Hudson.
- Did you call the police?
- Yes, I called them,
they're on their way
but he's right behind me.
- Okay, slow down, slow down.
Where are you?
- Six, seven hundred.
6700 Block DP.
- Okay, you're gonna
have to be a little bit
more specific than that.
- 6779 DP, that's where I'll be.
I'll wait for you there.
Please hurry.
- Okay.
I'm coming, Claire.
- Matthew.
I'm never giving up.
- Are you cold?
Claire, you're shivering.
There you go.
Is that better?
You have a strong back.
I used to love to watch
you cheer back at Tapt.
You were sensational.
The way your spirit
moved the crowd.
Your eyes lit up the stands.
I used to watch you and
think, if only she knew.
If only, right?
Like how I Used to spend
my time in the library,
I'd take my lunch in
there and I'd read books.
But the story was
always the same.
It was you, Claire.
Every page I read, every
story was the same, it was,
it was you, I saw you.
I saw your face.
I saw us,
happy together,
deep away in love.
Eventually I believed it.
Under any other circumstance,
we could have been inseparable.
The perfect couple.
The pride of the entire
San Fernando valley.
God's couple.
Have you taken the
time to look at me now?
Like, really look at me now?
I'm fucking gorgeous.
I'm magnificent.
I lift weights with
disciplined regularity.
I am tall and vascular.
I've put a lot of work
into my appearance, Claire.
And then there was Tim.
Of all people, Tim?
Tim fucking Murphy?
What made him so special?
No, really.
What made him so special?
Are you listening?
After the night of the
dance, I blamed you.
I resented you for years.
This could have
all been avoided,
if you hadn't been so
unbelievably ignorant,
and just chosen to love me.
But then I realized this
really wasn't your fault.
This was the world's fault.
You were simply the mouthpiece.
Well, because life
isn't fucking fair,
and I did everything in
my power to change that,
to better myself,
to make you see, Claire.
I wanted to make you pay.
And now I want the world to pay.
This ends tonight,
Claire Rhodes.
On my terms.
The perfect ending to
a beautiful mistake.
Are you okay?
Are you alright?
- You can't force
someone to love you.
You think because
you find yourself,
you're entitled to women?
You're pathetic and a coward
and I hope your life was
as much of hell as the
one you're burning in.
- But I'm not burning.
What the fuck are
you talking about?
- You're burning, alright.
- If only you knew.
- Hey, you fuck!
- Dude.
- They're asking people with
information to come forward.
- I know, it's strange.
- But
where is the body?
They're all in the hospital.
- A deadly rampage has
claimed the lives of several
college students, at least
six are confirmed dead
and another student
fighting for his life.
Police say this killer wore a
mask and he aimed his attack
right here at the Kappa
Alpha Theta sorority house.
As far as a motive for all
this, that is still not known.
Authorities believe
the killer is dead,
but his body has not been found.
One thing's for sure, Santa
Barbara Police keeping
incredibly quiet about all
this, they're asking students
to report any suspicious
activity to police.
- Kids say he had PTSD,
that he was beaten
into submission,
his brain rewired, mutated.
They found a carving knife
through his step-dad's skull
a few Halloweens later.
That was after he
had disappeared.
I disagree, it's not nurture,
it's not some genetic
predisposition in
our brains, either.
We're animals.
We're born to kill,
to love, to hate,
to survive at all costs.
Matthew Hudson didn't
take my innocence away
the night he killed Tim Murphy,
or through the
events in Isla Vista.
His massacre.
He opened my eyes to
our basis for existence
inside all of us.
I don't know where Matthew is,
or pretend to know
what he wants,
I just know that, like the
ocean's tide, he'll come again.
There is an animal
inside of all of us.
Not something predetermined.
Not something moral,
not civilized.
Not baptized, not neatly
categorized or diagnosed.
It's a shadow that follows us.
The id.
Dream my keys
get lost all night
Drive for miles
and burn out bright
Long ago but good for now
Too wild to care
but bored in style
Stay young, got no big plans
Stay young, got
nothin' better to do
Stay, stay, stay young with me
Stay, stay, stay young with me
I look for love,
it's all bad news
But I'm too still
tangled up in you
Can't give it up,
it's all we know
Crash and burn,
we're not alone
Stay young, got no big plans
Stay young, got
nothin' better to do
Stay young, got no big plans
Stay young, got
nothin' better to do
Better to do
Stay, stay, stay young with me
Stay, stay, stay young with me
Stay, stay, stay young with me
Run, run, run away with me
Stay, stay, stay young with me
Run, run, run away with me
Stay young, got no big plans
Stay young, got
nothin' better to do
Stay young, stay young
Stay young, got no big plans
I got nothing better
Stay young, got
nothin' better to do
Nothin' better to do
Stay, stay, stay young with me
Stay, stay
Stay, stay, stay young with me
Stay young, got no big plans
Stay young, got
nothin' better to do
Stay young, got no big plans
Stay young, got no big plans