Epiphany (2019) Movie Script

(gentle music)
- The old men of Tarpon Springs
say the boy who gets the
cross at the Epiphany ceremony
is forever changed.
He is enlightened,
closer to his faith,
and brings luck to his family.
Ultimately, unity will
come to that family.
Unity will come.
Can I play?
- Solitaire.
(gentle music)
- [Man On Radio] Good
morning, Tarpon Springs.
Got some flowing
sunshine for us today
with a high of 80 degrees.
Not so bad for it's
almost Christmas time.
Let's hope today's
weather sticks around...
Are preparing to
dive for the cross...
Epiphany Celebration next week.
(gentle music)
(air blowing)
- It stinks, right?
- No, it's fine.
- You're gonna have
to get used to it
if you keep coming out with us.
(gentle music)
- Graveyard down there.
- This should be the sweet spot.
We'll go out to another
area one more time.
- I'm telling you, there's
nothing down there.
- There's not enough!
- [Luka] I was told by
my aunt that my father
tried several times to
get the cross as a boy.
He tried for that unity,
but it never came to him.
To us.
- Shake it up, I
need the big ones.
How many times I
have to tell you?
(birds squawking)
- Hey, Peter!
Uncle Peter, I think
this boat is coming.
You're gonna go over the hose!
- What the hell?
- [Luka] I'm sorry.
- What, are you trying
to kill me down there?
- No, a boat came close...
- What are you doing?
Wake up!
Why didn't you wake him up?
- [Luka] I tried!
- They cut my air off.
- [Luka] It came close
and I was yelling
and it just stopped
and it was...
- I almost died down there!
Oh my God.
Gimme that.
(dramatic music)
- [Man] Damn it.
- [Luka] What's he doing?
- He came up too fast,
now he's trying to go down
and come up the right way
with the proper stuff.
(gentle music)
(speaking in foreign language)
- No, no, these are
good, look at these.
- I'll be lookin'.
(speaking in foreign language)
- Come on, Bill.
What are you talking about?
They're perfect
sponges, they're good.
(speaking in foreign language)
(speaking in foreign language)
(speaking in foreign language)
- Fellas, take it.
I come back later
pick up the sponges.
- [Man] See you guys later.
(dramatic music)
- [Theo] Hey.
Look at you.
- Ooh, look at me.
Look at you.
- [Theo] All dressed up.
Come on, let's get out of here.
- [Woman] What's this?
- That's mine.
- [Woman] Whoa.
- That's private.
(gentle music)
- Have you been
doing your prayers?
- Yeah.
- They're very important.
Do you think that things will
be different now she's gone?
Come on get ready, we're late.
- Do I have to go?
I said I was sorry like
a billion times already.
- The Father needs your help.
- You mean it's my punishment.
- Get going.
(gentle music)
- [Priest] That
one's Saint Paul.
- He doesn't look
like he belongs.
- Once a persecutor
of Christians.
Then he brought us
the words of Jesus.
- Bad man that became good?
- We can all change.
Luka, do you know
why you're here?
- Because I took the
youth group money.
- And why did you take it?
- I don't know.
- Our ministry at
Sunshine needs volunteers.
I would like for you to
put some hours in there.
- I wanna be an altar girl.
- There are traditions
in the church.
You can't.
- Why not?
Because it's just for boys?
- Luka, it's okay to still
be sad about your Aunt Maria.
- I'm fine.
- I can't help you
unless you let me.
- Do you know anything
about my father?
- Your father and uncle
came a long time ago,
during a difficult
time on their island.
Talk to him.
(dramatic music)
(lively music)
- Hi.
- Whatcha doin'?
- Not much.
- How's your brother?
- He's good, he's
washing the boat today.
- Oh yeah?
You guys out all week?
- Yeah, two.
Just got back in this morning.
- Anything good?
- Nah.
- You stayin'?
- He can't.
- Come on!
He's a big boy.
- No, I'm in.
- You know, if anything
goes missing around here
I'm gonna know who to look for.
- Well, he said I had
to put in an hour, so.
- Why don't you go find
a patient to read to?
All right, they love it.
(gentle music)
- Ooh, girl, I don't think
you wanna be doin' that.
We call that one right
there Crab Apple.
- Well.
What do we got here?
Listen, young lady, I'm not
a baby that you have to read
to put to sleep.
I don't need those
stories, okay?
- You got something better?
- What did you do, little
girl, to get yourself in here?
Somethin' pretty bad I bet.
- You sure got a lot of stuff.
- Yes, a lifetime.
- Who is that woman?
- That's my wife.
- She's pretty.
- Yes.
What are you readin', honey?
A lot of words.
You see this on my arm?
You won't find a story
like that in here.
(gentle music)
- [Player] How's Luka?
- She's okay, she's good.
- Even with Maria gone?
- You know, Peter's
taking care of it.
She's still better off.
- I see.
(speaking in foreign language)
(speaking in foreign language)
- Come on.
- [Theo] What are
you doin' here?
- Look, it's time to go.
- Luka, go home.
- But you shouldn't be here.
- Theo, maybe you should just...
- Get the hell out of here!
- Peter.
You haven't returned
any of my calls.
Will you take a
seat for a minute?
We remortgaged your
house in 2012, right?
- Yeah.
- Okay, well, moving
forward, what can we do here?
- You don't look so good, man.
- I'm good, I'm good.
- Maybe we take a
break, eh, guys?
- [Man] Game's almost over.
- I got this.
(exhales deeply)
- Just take a minute.
- Okay, fine fine.
(heavy breathing)
(body thudding)
(dramatic music)
- Oh, you're awake.
Do you know where you are?
- Yeah.
How long I been here for?
- Well, you have
decompression sickness.
You were leveling out
for the last five hours
in that chamber there.
May I?
- Yeah, sure.
- Okay.
- Are we done here?
- No, no, whoa.
Your body just
experienced major trauma.
You need to rest.
- I don't have time to rest.
Or money for that matter.
- Well, I hate to disappoint,
but the admin woman will
be back around later
to get your information.
- Yeah, I'm sure she will be.
- Your brother said it
was a diving accident.
- Oh, is that what he said?
- And your daughter
was here earlier.
- Is she still here?
- No, I gave her a progress
report and sent her home.
So what were you diving for?
- Just mermaids.
- Sponge diver in Tarpon?
- Yeah, you been there?
- A few times.
I go to the Epiphany every year.
- Oh.
'Cause nothing says you love God
more than an Archbishop
throwing a giant cross
in the water, right?
- Yeah, well, they throw
a good party afterwards.
(phone ringing)
- Who won the game?
- I spoke to Alex.
- About what?
- A job for you at Clearwater.
- Painting.
You're kidding me, right?
- Look, I don't wanna do
this anymore with you.
- What?
- I'm tired.
Look, I had your back,
brother, for a long time.
- You can't let me
go, and you know it.
Who's gonna dive?
- I'll manage.
- And you're kicking
me out for what, huh?
- We needed that
money for the business
and you pissed it away.
Like you always do.
- If I had more time in the game
I would have doubled
our money for us.
- Enough!
It's the same line
over and over.
I can't keep carrying you.
- Yeah, you got
my back, brother.
- Hey.
Don't just stand
there, Robin Hood.
Come on, baby, come here.
Say something to me, please.
- I know you don't
want me to read to you.
- No.
- So, can I play?
- Sure, baby.
- Can I have some?
- No.
Take a smell of it, it's awful.
It's for old geezers
and medical people.
- [Luka] Did you love your wife?
- Yes, I did.
The days before the invasion,
she and me were very happy.
She would dance around
and sing around my house.
- What invasion?
- Turkey invaded my island.
- Oh.
- Cyprus.
- I know it.
My father's from there.
So you had two sons.
- You've been listening, huh?
- Are you rich?
- Why are you askin'?
You plan to take all my money?
Too bad for you.
I just was a poor fisherman.
What do you got?
- Spades.
- I got three aces.
No I don't.
(dramatic music)
- She told you Lenny went
to Colimos early, right?
You got all your stuff,
you got your toothbrush?
See you in a week.
(dramatic music)
- Hey.
(speaks foreign language)
Get to work.
- Can I help?
- Sure, do whatever.
(birds squawking)
- Where'd you get her?
- I won her in a game of cards.
- Can we take her
out eventually?
- [Theo] Doesn't have a motor.
- Too much money?
- Yeah, you catch
on pretty quick.
I already got a little stash
put aside, just need some more.
- Okay, well, where did
you get the other money.
Maybe you can just...
- This is my quiet
time now, okay?
- Okay, got it.
(dramatic music)
- Hey, don't touch
my stuff again, okay?
- I just wanted to try it on.
- Oh what, you're wearing
berets in your hair now?
- Why not?
- I don't know.
Wear berets.
- Whose is that?
- What?
- Did that belong to my mother?
- Your grandmother.
- [Luka] Will you
tell me about here?
- Not right now.
- Why don't I live
here with you?
- It's a small place.
- You could get
something bigger.
- Not that easy.
- [Luka] I'm sure you
could work it out.
- It's more money.
- So if we had more money?
- No.
(dramatic music)
- And, by the way, I'm
allergic to strawberries.
(door closing)
- Hey.
- Hey.
How was the trip?
- It was all right.
(horn beeping)
- [Man] A short
stop, it's Epiphany.
- I wanna dive at the Epiphany.
- You know it's just for boys.
- I wish I'd been born a boy.
You know, maybe then...
- Then what?
- You could have a
chance at good luck.
- Yeah, well, God knows
this family needs it.
- [Man] Forgetting
what is behind
and straining toward
what is ahead.
I press on toward the
goal to win the prize
for which God has called me
heavenward in Christ Jesus.
A special blessing
to these young men
who have readied
themselves through prayer
and proper preparation
to retrieve the
victorious symbol
of your most precious
and life giving cross
from these waters.
Guide them always that they
may prove to be worthy examples
to their peers, their families,
and to all members
of this community.
Through the faith they
demonstrate to you
and through the
love now and ever,
and unto the ages of ages.
Young men strong.
(audience cheering)
(audience applauding)
(uplifting music)
We pray to you, O lovely Lord,
to bless this, our
annual gathering
to commemorate your holy
baptism in the River Jordan,
today, the day of the Epiphany.
(uplifting music)
(audience cheering)
(audience applauding)
- What the hell do you
think you were doing?
Cover yourself.
- Peter.
Take it easy, huh?
- Why shouldn't our
family have a chance?
(lively music)
(singing in foreign language)
Can I have some money?
(speaking in foreign language)
- Hey, leave her alone.
She's been through a lot
with Maria's passing.
- You're a good man, Peter.
To your brother.
- I've got nothing
to be proud of.
Nothing to show for
all these years.
- Could have had more
if you weren't
carrying someone else.
- It wasn't just him.
I had expenses with Maria.
What we have we earned together.
- There's room for you
at the painting job too.
(speaking in foreign language)
(speaking in foreign language)
(lively music)
- To our health, to our health.
- [Cari] Yes.
- Do you know what
you're doing there?
- I can handle it.
- Had a lot of ouzo
in your lifetime?
- Oh.
Bartender, another please.
- Make that two.
- So you find any
mermaids lately?
- Oh.
Well, well, well.
(speaking in foreign language)
- Cheers.
Handled it.
- [Theo] How bad?
(singing in foreign language)
- [Cari] Where'd you learn
how to dance like that?
- I don't know.
I guess it's in the bones.
Like a swaying tree.
It's the drunken
dance, the blues dance.
- Drunken dance?
You're staring at me.
I did it wrong.
- No, you did good.
You did it real good.
- Oh hi.
- [Woman] Hi.
- Oh, I like these.
- My mom used to collect sand
dollars when I was a kid.
You know...
Thank you.
One side is like a flower.
Legend has it that
doves live inside,
and if you crack it open
you're spreading
peace and goodwill.
- Whoa, I've never
heard that story.
I like that.
Oh my God, it's
like a little dove.
That's so beautiful.
- Yeah, it is.
- Well, thank you.
- Thanks.
- [Woman] You're welcome.
I'm on call really
early in the morning,
so I have to go.
(gentle music)
- Why don't you stay a
little bit longer, huh?
I don't know anything about you.
- Maybe just a little bit.
- But you never know.
- I can't do it.
- [Theo] You just never know.
(dramatic music)
- Did you fix it?
- That should do it.
(birds squawking)
Here's your bill.
- [Luka] I could do it.
- Do what?
- [Luka] Help you on the boat.
- What do you know about it?
- A lot, I've been watching
these last two months.
I'm learning.
- No.
- Why not?
Just let me pick up
the slack for him.
I can help you.
- I said no.
(dramatic music)
- You're a local celebrity.
- Yeah.
- You look sad.
- Well, it was only a couple
months after we arrived here.
I didn't really
wanna be here, so.
- Where in Greece are you from?
- Not Greece, Cyprus.
- I've been there.
- Really, where about?
- All over, but my favorite
spot was Aphrodite's rock.
- Oh.
Petra tou Romiou.
Birthplace of Aphrodite.
Beautiful, huh.
- So beautiful.
Do you miss it?
- Yeah.
Oh hey.
Look at this.
This would be
perfect for you, huh?
Look at that.
- Mine are better.
- You think so?
- Yeah.
This must be perfect
for Luka, huh?
- Well, you know she's
kind of a different kid,
so you never know.
- Different in what way?
- I don't know, she gets
in trouble at school.
- Rebel.
- Yeah, you could say that.
Although I have no idea
where she gets it from.
But, yeah she got
caught stealing
a couple months ago.
- Maybe she needs attention.
- Or boarding school.
I don't know, I'm
just not that person.
- Oh, Luka, we're
going on a tour boat.
You gonna come with us?
- Should I?
- Why not?
- [Man] Anybody wanna
go sponge boat ride,
we're leaving now.
- [Tour Guide] We've
been doing this tour here
simply because the
Greeks starting doing it
over a thousand years ago.
- What's your name?
- And the reason we do it is
there's a very large
market still for sponges.
Now what our early
sponge divers were after
is this product right
here, the natural sponge,
that we usually harvest
in this type of suit.
The suit is made out of
two layers of canvas,
one layer of rubber.
It is water tight, it's
skin tight sometimes,
cutting off the circulation.
(gentle music)
- [Crab Apple]
Hello, Robin Hood.
- Crab Apple.
- How long you been there?
- Few minutes.
- This place is a hole.
They bring ya the
worst food, ya know?
On top of that, no one
visits me except my good son.
Only the strong
survives, not the weak.
Where did you get that?
- Oh, it's my father's.
- What's your father's name?
- Theo.
- Here.
Go on, take that, please.
- It's not mine.
- Which one are you?
The strong or the weak?
You should go, I'm tired now.
- Bye.
(dramatic music)
I wanna learn how to carve.
- I'm not a very good teacher.
You try.
- Like this?
- Yeah, watch yourself.
- [Luka] Cool.
Hey Bobby.
You looking for work?
- What is it?
- Two weeks starting tomorrow.
- With you?
No, I'm good.
- [Peter] Hey, you
guys looking for work?
- [Luka] Is Cyprus
like Tarpon Springs?
- [Theo] No, it's green here.
Island is arid and blue.
- What was my grandfather like?
- He'd dead.
He had to go off
to fight in a war.
So, you know, he wasn't
around very much.
When he was...
- What?
- Well, let's just say he
wasn't a very nice person.
- What do you mean?
- I can still hear the
sound of his belt snappin'.
- Hey.
- Oh, hi.
What are you doing here?
- [Cari] We said seven, right?
- I thought we said tomorrow.
- Is this a thing?
- Sorry, Luka, I'll go.
So sorry, I thought
it was tonight.
- It's fine, come on.
(dramatic music)
- [Peter] What are
you doing in here?
- Nothing.
- I don't want you in here.
- I was just laying here.
- Well, never mind,
get ready for school.
- I really miss her.
(dramatic music)
- I know.
- I think about her everyday.
Can I have this?
- I don't want her stuff
moved around in here.
- She would have
wanted me to have it.
She wore it all the time.
- Yeah, I know.
I bought it for her when
things were going well.
- Oh hey.
- I can go, I just...
- No, no no, no.
Come on in.
- Are you staying?
- What do you mean?
- Never mind.
- Is everything okay?
- Tomorrow's my birthday.
- Happy early birthday.
- Thanks.
I'm not sure if anyone
here even remembers.
- Well, now I know.
Are you hungry?
- [Luka] The Crema's too thin.
- Oh.
- [Luka] It needs to be thicker.
- Okay.
So did your Dad teach
you how to do this?
- No, my Aunt Maria, actually.
- Oh.
What happened to her?
- She had breast cancer.
- I'm sorry.
- What good are they
if they make you die?
- Well, you may feel
differently when you get older.
- You know, she and I
would always stay up late,
and she would read to me.
She called me her
little lagoonie.
It means my sweet.
- Oh, I like that.
You know, Luka's a
really good name too.
- My real name's Lucas.
They thought I was
gonna be a boy.
- My parents said I
was gonna be a boy too.
Yeah, it was something about
the way my mother
was carrying me.
I've never had a
child of my own,
so I don't know that personally.
- Why not?
- I can't.
I did try.
- I'm sorry.
- No, that's okay.
How's that lookin'?
- Pretty good.
Pretty nice job for
your first try though.
- You're a pro.
- Had a lot of practice.
(dramatic music)
(doorbell chiming)
- Hey.
Where is she?
- [Theo] In the bathroom.
- Before you guys got here
she was acting crazy
and biting my head off.
- Did you talk to her?
- Well, I don't know
what to say to her.
- Same old story.
- Hey Luka, it's Cari.
Wanna open up?
Can I come in?
What's goin' on, birthday girl?
I saw your Dad got
you a birthday cake.
- Yeah, Peter got it.
And he also got me a
stupid dress for the dance.
He just kept saying, "It would
have made Maria so happy.
"She would have loved it."
No, she wouldn't have.
She never would have
bought me a dress.
They don't know me at all.
- They are trying.
- It's white.
- [Cari] Well, what's
wrong with white?
- How old were you
when you got your...
- Oh, you got your period.
That's awesome.
You're becoming a woman.
Here you go.
- I just don't
wanna be anything.
- I get it.
But maybe this
will cheer you up.
I'll leave you be.
(singing in foreign language)
(singing in foreign language)
(dramatic music)
- Hey, hey.
Please, man, this is my stuff.
(dramatic music)
Hey, hey, hey, hang
on a second, man.
- Peter, what's goin' on?
- Please, please sir.
- Sir, we gave you a deadline.
- That's my wife's.
Be careful, huh.
- Sir, step off the boat.
- Please!
- Sir, get off the boat
or I will take action!
- Come on, Pete.
- What the hell
are you doing here?
- Hey, I got a call.
- Oh, so now you two
are working together.
Well, I don't want your help,
so what are you doing here?
- I'm just trying...
- This is because of you.
- [Theo] What?
- It's always the same.
You do what you
want when you want.
- Come on, don't throw this
back on me now, all right?
What do you want from me?
- I want you to...
Just forget it.
- You did this,
you pushed me out.
- Just leave, huh.
Leave like you always do.
(dramatic music)
- That's it, take what you want.
- Whose are these?
- They were my wife's.
Here, come sit down.
I'll tell you all
about her, okay.
She died in her '30s,
when she was 32.
(suspenseful music)
(heavy breathing)
- [Cari] Theo.
- Oh my God.
Oh my God.
- What's going on?
- Nothing.
- You okay?
- What do you want from me?
- Just wanna help you.
- Oh God I keep seeing that.
Oh, God, her face.
Right before it happened.
I can't get it out of my head.
(birds squawking)
(gentle music)
- Oh, good morning.
I made breakfast.
- I'm not hungry.
- Luka's been
asking me questions.
- Ah, not this again.
- She just really wants
to spend time with you.
- [Theo] I know.
- And she's really lost.
I'm just trying to help.
- Stop trying.
- You know, if I had kids,
I would wanna spend
time with them.
- Don't lecture me on parenting.
- The woman in your nightmares.
- I don't wanna talk about it.
- You don't wanna
talk about anything.
You can deal with yourself
and be a father too.
- You comin' at me,
it is not helping.
You know, since I met you
everything is just so messed up.
- What are you talking about?
You're shutting me out
because you don't wanna
face the facts that you
refuse to connect with me
or anyone for that matter.
- Oh, I'm sorry.
I didn't realize you're
a psychiatrist as well.
- I'm not.
- I can't.
This was a mistake.
- You tell yourself
whatever you want.
She needs you.
(gentle music)
(dramatic music)
- Thalassa.
- What the hell?
- I need to ask you something
about my grandmother.
- Where is it?
- Where's what?
- You know what
I'm talking about.
Answer me.
- Hey, leave her alone.
- She's my kid, I got a right
to ask her if I want to.
- Oh, right, you think you're
gonna be a father now, huh?
- Don't you start.
- I'm the one that raised
her, fed her, clothed her.
- It's because of those
pills that you're on.
- You have to take
responsibility now!
- It isn't my fault
that you couldn't have
a kid of your own.
- Oh, you think you're
some kind of savior?
You came in here and
you saved a poor couple
by giving them a baby girl.
Is that what you think?
Hey, did your
father ever tell you
about that time when me and
Maria took you to the hospital
for whooping cough?
He decided to skip town
on a gambling rampage.
Or how about your Christening?
I caught him dead drunk
with one of the waitresses
in the bathroom.
And how he pleaded with
your young mother to not...
- Shut your mouth!
Okay, just shut up!
Don't listen to him, Luka.
He doesn't know
what he's sayin'.
He's so hopped up on morphine.
Yeah, that's right,
he's been filling your
aunt's prescription.
Luka, open up.
You happy now?
- With Maria gone everything
just feels so wrong.
What does she have here?
- A home.
- She wants you.
I can't be you,
I'm not her father.
- Excuse me, are you the
parent of Luka Markou?
- Yeah.
(dramatic music)
- What's taking so long?
- [Man] Okay, so
I'm just gonna need
to have you sign
for documentation.
- I should do it.
I'm her legal guardian.
- Oh, 'kay.
So, since most of the
items have been sold
and the money spent,
the patients have decided
not to press charges,
just so long as you pay back
what the items are worth.
- Well, how much?
- About five thousand dollars.
- What?
I only got 750
from the pawn shop.
- What were you doing
there in the first place?
- Father Nick sent
me to read to them.
- But why would you
take those things?
- I didn't take them,
he gave them to me.
Look, I swear, I just wanted
to get money for your boat,
and we have money now to
put towards that motor.
- Motor?
- I was doing it for you.
For us.
- What happens if we can't pay?
- No, I got it, I got it.
I have it.
I just need some time.
(dramatic music)
- You just gonna keep
staring at your shoes, boy?
- I...
- Spit it out, will you?
You were never a big talker.
Always up in the clouds.
I would always find you
doing those damn figures.
She did that to you.
Always so delicate
like a little girl.
- And I'm still your son.
- And I always
wanted more for you.
- Why do you hate me so much?
- Never, a father
can't hate his son.
I was trying to do right by you.
- Do right?
- You know, the kid is
nothing like you are.
She's strong.
Peter will take good care
of her, he'll guide her.
Thank God he's the
one raising her.
But then I could see it.
- See what?
- You in her.
- Yeah, is that why you
planted that stuff on her?
She said that she got
everything from in here.
You stole it from the
others in here, right?
- You didn't want your own
kid to know her grandfather.
You see, you and I
are exactly the same.
You always thought I
was a piece of trash.
Well, what are you...
- You always blamed me.
You could never forget.
- Do you really want to
hear I wish it was you
instead of my wife?
I wish it was you, I loved
her more than anything.
- So did I.
- Get out!
Your fault she died.
Your brother told me.
You went back for
the stupid marriage.
- All in.
- All in.
(singing in foreign language)
- Wow.
- Thank you very
much, gentlemen.
- No, no, I wanna play again.
- [Player] Better
luck next time.
- No, no no, no.
No, I wanna play again.
- Game's over, man.
- I wanna play again!
- [Player] The game is over.
- This can't be.
- Can't do this.
- Wait!
- Listen, just get in
your car and leave.
- No, I need that money.
- You better watch
yourself, pal.
(engine starting)
- Go home.
- What happened?
- [Theo] Just leave.
- Please.
- What do you want with me, huh?
- I just...
- Go, I can't deal
with you right now.
- I just wanna help you.
- You don't think you've
done enough already?
- Why did you lie to me?
Why did you tell me he was dead?
- Why did you go
down there to him?
- I didn't mean to.
I told you the
priest told me to.
I wasn't trying to...
- Did your grandfather tell you
about what kind of a man he is?
What kind of a father he was?
- Sorry.
Look, I know what
you went through.
- What did he say about me?
- I wanna give this back.
I'm sorry, I never should have
taken it in the first place.
This is yours, just take it.
- No.
- Here, just take it.
- No, I don't want it.
- I don't want it anymore!
I don't want it anymore.
No, I don't want it anymore.
I don't want it anymore,
I don't want it anymore!
- You are just like him.
(heavy breathing)
- I don't want you here.
Don't you get it?
I begged your mother.
I begged her, and I begged
her, and I begged her!
(dramatic music)
(gunshot firing)
(dramatic music)
- Hey.
Join your old man for
a game of cards, okay?
- No.
- Oh, that's right.
It was never your thing, right?
- What have you done?
- [Crab Apple] That girl
is just like her father.
- You know you've made things
much worse for her, right?
- All this time you've
been comin' here
lying to me, right?
You said her real mother
came back for her.
- I didn't want her to see you.
- What, you're
embarrassed of me?
- No.
She's just a child.
- Look, I remember when
she was a little baby
bouncin' on my knee.
We were happy.
As long as the money was there.
- Oh, all right, is
that what this is about?
- Well, I do know
why you put me here.
- To take care of you.
- You put me here
to get rid of me.
I used to be your
partner, remember that?
That was my business.
I gotta know why you
shoved me to the side.
You chose him.
- You have two sons, not one.
- One.
- No, no, you've always had two.
You wanna know the truth?
I wanted to lock you
up like a caged animal
for the way you treated
him all those years.
- You really have
no idea what I saw,
what I was forced
to do in that war.
You never saw the
things I did after.
It wasn't really me.
You're hating the
wrong person, Peter.
- You always blamed him.
Something he had
no control over.
You couldn't be rid of it.
You had to destroy
our lives with it.
No more.
- I'm your father.
- No, you're breakin'
up this family.
- Hey, you be back.
You always come back.
- No.
Not this time.
Theo, are you okay?
You okay?
Are you okay, what did you do?
What are you doing with those?
Did you take them?
- I lost it.
- It's okay, I took care of it.
- What, how?
- Maria's necklace.
I sold it.
- No.
No, you shouldn't
have done that.
- It's always been
you and me, brother.
Just you and me.
I thought things
would be better.
- Where's Luka?
- I don't know.
(dramatic music)
- Don't.
- You wanna talk?
- Don't you think it's
a little late for that?
Why did you give me away?
- It's complicated.
- So where's my real mother?
- She was young.
She wasn't ready for a baby.
She left you at the hospital.
Hey, I don't know where she is.
- Did you love my mother?
(dramatic music)
- I saw the sign that you made.
Why didn't you tell me?
- I tried.
You never listen to me.
- Well, I am now.
- I don't want you in my life.
- No.
- You ruin everything.
You even made Cari leave.
- No, please, I'm sorry.
- Don't you want me?
- Yes, of course I do.
- Then why did you
give me to Peter?
- Better life for you.
- [Luka] Away from you?
- I couldn't give
you what you needed.
Luka, I love you.
- Don't leave.
- Never again.
I promise.
I'm here now, I'm not
going anywhere, okay.
- [Luka] Lately, my father and I
have been taking the boat out.
We swim in the deep waters.
At times, when I can't
seem to catch my breath,
I look over and he is there.
(dramatic music)
(gentle music)