Generational Sins (2017) Movie Script

(skateboard scraping)
(ominous music)
(glass shattering)
- [Bill] Where are you?
I'm gonna give you
an ass-whipping!
- [Young Drew] Stop it!
(woman screams)
No, quiet!
(somber emotional music)
(crickets chirping)
- Nice of you to show up.
- Oh hey, buddy.
- Hey, Mama.
- Stan, would you take Will
out and let me have a moment?
- Honey.
- Stan.
- You okay?
- Yeah, baby.
I just wanna talk
to your brother.
- Be right outside.
- Okay, baby.
Oh, my buddy.
- How you doing, Mom?
- Better now.
How 'bout you?
- Just want to make
sure you're okay.
- (sighs) Ah, we're
talkin' about you.
- (sighs) I'm fine.
- Liar.
I could always tell.
- Well, I'm always fine.
- Yeah.
You know you can't
help this time.
- Yeah, I know.
I'm sorry.
- You have nothing to
be sorry about, buddy.
Can I ask you something?
- Course.
- Will you promise
me you'll do it?
- Well, ya gotta ask first.
What is it?
- (sighs) Take your
brother back home.
- No.
- He needs to see
where he's come from.
- No.
No he doesn't.
- He needs to meet Bill.
- What the shit?
- Watch your mouth.
- Nah, I'm sorry, but Mom, Bill?
- They need to meet.
- Why?
- Because he's his father.
- Stan is his father.
- Okay.
Then he needs to
meet your father.
It's my dying wish.
- Really?
You're using that?
- Yeah, I am.
I love Stan, but Will
needs to see the world
in a different light.
- Mom, Will won't care or go.
- He will, if you tell
him that I said to.
He could learn something
from being with you.
- Hell, Mom, you saw,
we can barely stand
to be in the same room together.
- I'm your Mom.
And I'm dying.
- Don't say that, don't.
- It's true.
- Do you wanna die?
- I would love to see you
get married and grow old.
And, I'd eventually
love to see your brother
get his head out of his butt.
If it's my time, then I'm ready.
- What if I'm not ready?
- Oh, buddy.
I'm not going anywhere that
you can't follow me later.
(Drew cries)
The living has been hard,
but the dying,
it'll be easy.
- I just want the
pain to go away.
- Here, I want you to have this.
I've always worn it.
And every time you look at it,
I want you to have the
peace that I have found.
You need to get out and
you need to face your past.
It'll be good for both of you.
- Mom, I told you, I'm fine.
- I know you said that, and
it's still total bullshit.
- You watch your mouth.
- Life has always been
a battle for our family
especially back home.
You need to go back.
You need to.
If not for yourself,
do it for me.
And Drew?
- Ya?
- Don't wait.
I love you, buddy.
- I love you, Mom.
(door slamming)
(ominous music)
- [Bill] Get back
here, you bitch.
- [Drew] No!
Stop it!
- [Bill] Drew where the hell
did you put my whiskey at?
I need it now, I need it now!
- [Sarah] (speaks indistinctly).
Just calm down.
Bill, please!
(bat thudding)
(glass shattering)
(Drew gasps)
(footsteps thudding)
(soft crying)
(slow somber music)
(Drew grunting)
(punches thudding)
(Drew crying)
(crickets chirping)
(thunder cracking)
- Where are you, huh?
Where are you?
Where are you?
(ominous music)
(water splashing)
(doorbell ringing)
- [Will] What?
- Hey, it's me.
- [Will] Who's me?
- It's your brother, Drew.
- [Will] What the
hell do you want?
- Come on, just
buzz me in, will ya?
- [Will] It's too damn early.
- Just do it.
(Will sighs)
(door buzzes)
- So this is my place.
- It's nice.
- Damn right it is.
When you run your own company
you gotta show for it.
- Thought it was Stan's company?
- Well it'll be mine eventually.
- Must've been nice having
a job right out of college.
- Well, if only you tried.
(Drew chuckles)
- Did Mom say that?
- Mmm, Stan.
- Stan, Stan, of course he did.
- So what've you
been up to these past
few-ish years?
- Ah, you know, just
been searching around
for the meaning of life.
- How's that working out for ya?
- So listen, Mom wants,
Mom wanted, you and
I to take a trip.
- Where?
- Home.
- I am home.
- Our birth place.
- Why?
- [Woman] Excuse me.
- I think it'd be good for you.
- Well, I'm mourning
at the moment.
- Yeah, I can see that.
- So what's in our hometown?
- Dad.
- Dad's here.
- Your real Dad.
- Mom never talked about him--
- Yeah, well I'm not surprised.
Listen, it was her dying wi...
She asked.
- So now you give
a shit about Mom?
- What's that supposed to mean?
- You were never around.
- Says who?
- S-s-s--
- Stan.
- So, if I were to go
on this trip with you,
it'd be just you and me?
- Yeah, it is, you and me.
- And no one else?
- No one else.
Which part of that
didn't you understand?
- Just being clear, dick.
- See you tomorrow, 9 am.
- Whoa, tomorrow?
Mom's funeral is in five days!
- Yeah, we'll be back in three.
- Do you, um, wanna
grab a beer later?
- See you tomorrow at 9 am!
(eerie music)
(bar patrons chattering)
(country music)
(eerie music)
(bar patrons chattering)
(country music)
(ominous music)
(pool balls clacking)
- Oh, I'm not riding in that.
- Get in the car.
- [Will] Does it even have AC?
- [Will] Get in
the car, princess.
- [Will] Are we
even gonna make it?
(somber piano music)
(door alarm dinging)
(Will grunts)
- It's not like I use those.
Where are we?
- [Drew] 'Bout 10 hours out.
- Ah, that's it?
- - [Drew] Ya.
- All right, I gotta piss.
- [Drew] Now?
- When else am I gonna go?
To redneck America!
(somber piano music)
- [Will] How much longer?
- [Drew] Almost there.
I remember this.
- Is this it?
Are you going to
turn off the engine?
The hell, man.
Are we going or not?
- Just stop.
- The lights are on.
Usually mean's somebody's home.
Thought you wanted to
get this over with.
What are you doing, man?
- [Drew] Not now.
(Will sighs)
- This place is a ghost town.
It always look like this?
- No.
No, it didn't.
- Why are we here?
I would literally
stay anywhere else.
I'll sleep in the car!
- Okay.
- Are we their first
customers since 1968?
- Well, since the mines closed--
- Mines?
- Yeah, mines.
- Who the hell was
mining in this town?
- Bill.
Grandpa Paul.
Come on, let's go.
- Where are you going?
- Get something to eat.
- Well, give me a
second here, geez!
- Well, hurry up.
- Well, I've been in
a car for 15 hours,
I smell like cr...
I'll take my chances.
- Hey fellas, listen,
we're closing.
- Yeah, apologies.
Uh, any chance of just
getting something quick to go?
- Got some pizza left
over in the back.
How's that?
- That'd be perfect, thank you.
- What about a burger?
- Pizza is fine.
- Okay.
- What?
All right, fine.
- This place doesn't
even have a yelp review.
Oh, excuse me.
Hey, gorgeous.
My name is Will and you are?
You know, to complete
this meet and greet,
I kinda need to have your name.
- And, who says I
wanna complete it?
- Saucy.
Do you come with the pizza?
- Okay.
- I just got here
from Orlando and uh...
- Great.
And if I ever want to write
a biography about your life,
I've got enough info.
- Well there's more.
- Well, I don't wanna
know what I know now.
- Most girls do.
- Well, I'm not most girls.
- Well, I'm only here for a
couple a days, so if you wanna--
- Let me guess, get drinks
and rip my clothes off?
- Well if you don't
have time for both,
we can just skip the drinks.
- You've got two hands.
Choose one.
- I usually use both.
- I doubt that.
(car honking)
Night, Rick.
- Goodnight, Evelyn.
- Until next time, Evelyn.
If that's an offer
then I accept.
It's not all bad here.
- Here's your pizza.
It's 20.75.
- Thank you.
Keep the change.
- All right, thank you.
- Appreciate it.
- Appreciate it.
(Will sighs)
- This pizza is actually edible.
- You're welcome.
- Don't you think it was weird?
- What's that?
- Think she was a lesbian?
Think that's why that
server didn't hit on me?
What was her name?
- Evelyn.
- Yeah.
She's gorgeous.
- And smart.
- How do you know?
- She turned you down.
(bat thudding)
(glass shattering)
(Sarah grunting)
(ominous music)
- [Bill] Drew!
Where are you at?
- [Sarah] Stop it, Bill!
(box clattering)
- [Bill Sr.] Drew!
Where's my whiskey?
- [Drew] No, no.
- [Radio Announcer] This
is Sheldon on WPHB Radio.
Got the weather
forecast for you today.
Now the weather forecast
for you folks in Clearfield.
Beautiful day in August,
ah, temperatures will be
in the 80s today, before
dropping down tonight
into the 60's.
Hey folks, good day to go
to the Clearfield fair!
And don't forget, come on over
to the Clearfield
Drive-In on Route 322.
(wind whistling)
(footsteps clomping)
(church bells ringing)
(delicate piano music)
- [Drew] Rachel.
- Yeah.
- Hi.
- What are you doing here?
- What are you doing?
- I thought you
were in New York.
- New York didn't work out.
- Yeah, I'm sorry.
It's just none of my business.
I just, it's a,
surprised to see you.
- Yeah.
I know.
Feeling's mutual.
(Rachel sighs)
- So you workin' here?
- Yeah, I'm back.
Had to move back a
couple years ago,
- You look, uh, amazing.
- It's my work gear.
God, it's crazy, what
are you doing here?
- Uh, Mom wanted me to show
Will his home town, so...
- Right.
- Family.
- Yeah, how is your Mom?
How's Sarah?
- Yeah, she's good.
Uh, I got some stuff I gotta
take care of today so...
- Yeah, right, right.
Yeah, I gotta go.
- [Drew] Yeah.
- I gotta go.
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
- It was great to run into you.
- [Rachel] Well, get running.
- Yeah.
- Hey.
Stop by and see me
before you leave, okay?
- Yeah, I will.
- This place looks
worse when the sun's up.
Can't imagine they
eat the food here.
- [Waiter] Hey guys.
- Hey.
- [Waiter] What
can I get for you?
- Well, some new utensils and
a wet cloth would be nice.
- Two coffees and waters please.
- I'll just take a coffee.
Can imagine what the
water tastes like.
- What do you think the
coffee's made out of?
- [Will] Beans.
- And?
- Shit.
- [Drew] Yep.
Thank you.
- Thank you.
Do you have any, um,
alternative milks?
- [Waiter] No.
- It was worth a shot.
Must suck when lactose
intolerant people come here.
- Are you lactose intolerant?
- No, but still.
None of this looks
good for my diet.
- May I take your order?
- Yeah, I'll just
take the oatmeal
with boiling hot water, please.
- [Waiter] All right.
- I'll have eggs
scrambled, bacon, pancakes.
Thank you.
- So what is there to do here?
- Uh, there's a old
drive-in movie theater,
it's nice, if you like movies.
- Really?
- Yeah.
- Did you go on any dates?
- A few.
- Really?
- Yeah.
- Different l-l-l-ladies?
- With one, lady.
- The loner brother was in love?
You still in love?
- Just drop it, okay?
- No, this is great!
- Just drop it, okay?
- - [Will] No, why would you--
- [Waiter] Enjoy.
- Thank you.
(delicate piano music)
- Hi.
- Will you go out
with me tonight?
- I'm sorry?
- I mean, I'd like to
take you out on a date.
- What if I'm seeing someone?
- Oh, ah...
- I'm not seeing anybody.
- So?
- Yeah?
- I will pick you up at seven.
Oh, um, where do I
pick you up from?
- Remember my Dad's place?
- Course.
- I'm across the street.
- Well, I'll pick you
up across the street.
- Seven.
- Seven.
- So what else is there to
do in this apocalyptic town?
- [Drew] Will you stop
talking like that?
- [Will] Okay.
- This place has changed
a lot since I was here.
- [Will] Is that the school?
- [Drew] Yeah.
Yeah, that's it.
(Will sighs)
- [Will] So this is the school?
- [Drew] Yeah.
- And I would've gone here?
- Yeah, we both would've.
K-12, 13 years in
the same building.
- Okay, what is there
even to live for here?
I mean, I'm even shocked
this school looks so nice,
I figured all my tax money
would be going to welfare
and child support.
- Get in the car!
- What?
- In!
- Just an observation.
(tires screeching)
(somber music)
- Get outta the car!
- No!
- Get outta the car!
- No!
- Get out, get out!
Look out there!
This is your birthplace.
You remember that.
And these people, they love
this town, they love it,
and they work hard
to survive in a way
that you would never know!
This is someone's home and
you never disrespect that.
Even if it's your own.
- This isn't my home.
- It was Mom's.
This was Mom's home.
- Wow, I miss her.
- Yeah, I miss her too.
- You look good.
- Thanks.
- How do I look?
- Redneck.
- Well, thank ye!
- I can give you a lift
to the bar, if you like.
- Are you gonna be there later?
- Well likely, yeah.
- You think we can have
that brothers' beer?
- Yeah, course.
- I just never had
a beer with you.
- Are you sure about the shirt?
- I wear it.
- Ready?
- Ready.
'Cause I'd rather be out
here in the middle of nowhere
Runnin' down
some dark highways
Playin' bars
and county fairs
Anywhere they got a stage
And, I can strap a guitar on
See the crowd all sing along
Where and I'd do this
for free
There ain't no
place I'd rather be
- Hey.
What are you thinking about?
Besides me.
- More important things.
- Hey, um, I want to apologize
for my behavior last night.
It was rude and
uncalled for um...
If you allow me the
pleasure buying you a drink,
I'll leave you alone.
- Whiskey.
- Thank you.
Hope you have a wonderful night.
- You know, when a
guy buys me a drink
he usually tries to continue
to talk to me after.
So how 'bout I buy you a drink?
- You know I won't say no.
I'll have what she's
having, please.
There ain't no
place I'd rather be
- Wanna dance?
- Why not?
Out here in the
middle of nowhere
Runnin' down
some dark highways
Playin' bars
and county fairs
- Well, your taste in
cars hasn't changed.
- Taste in women
hasn't changed either.
- Well there's some
things that have changed.
- Oh yeah, like what?
All right.
- Thank you.
- You're welcome.
- Listen, I just wanna say thank
you for coming out tonight.
- It's the least I could do.
Who knows the next
time I'm gonna see you.
- Yeah, I'm sorry
that I didn't...
- Let's just enjoy tonight.
It'll be fun.
- Okay.
(upbeat emotional music)
- Hey.
Two please.
- Eight bucks a car.
- [Drew] Oh, did you
bring your wallet?
- [Rachel] I, You...
- [Drew] (chuckles)
Joking, I'm joking.
- [Ticket Taker] Do you mind.
- [Drew] Oh there you go, sir.
Thank you!
- [Rachel] Thank you.
- [Ticket Taker] Enjoy the show.
(patrons chattering)
- [Rachel] It's weird
being back here, huh?
- Does she want some?
You want some of this?
Wanna drink for you.
I owe you some (indistinct).
- Hey, how ya doing?
- Hi.
- [Drew] Popcorn and
a Twizzlers, please.
- So you never got married?
- No.
Did you?
- No.
Not even close?
- No.
Did you get close?
- No, never.
Still kinda in love with
my high school sweetheart.
- You crossed my mind
from time to time.
- Oh yeah?
Well, maybe I never
stopped thinkin' about you.
- I did stop thinkin' about you.
Then you come runnin'
back into town.
(Rachel sighs)
(country music)
(Evelyn giggles)
- So, are you from here?
- Yeah.
But we moved when I was young.
- [Evelyn] Why?
- Mom just thought there
was different opportunities.
- And where are those
other opportunities?
- Orlando.
- Okay, and what are the
girls like in Orlando.
- Uh, pretty, smart,
but ah, you're the only girl
I've wanted to see again.
- Well, I've always
wanted to go to Orlando.
- [Will] Yeah?
- Yeah.
- So when are you
gonna come visit me?
- Eh, it's complicated.
- How?
- How come you didn't act like
this when I first met you?
- I wish I did.
- Me too.
- Okay, so enough about
me, what about you?
- From Philadelphia.
My Mom wanted a fresh
start and here I am.
She always said, you
date someone worthless,
you end up worthless yourself.
- Well if it isn't Drew's
little bitch of a brother.
You're in my seat.
Your drunken daddy's bar
stool's in the corner.
- I don't see your name on it.
- It's next to my woman.
- That's your woman?
- Yes.
- That can't be.
- Why's that?
- She's too pretty
and smart for you.
- Listen, you little
son of a bitch.
- Nifty!
- You'll know I'm
talkin' to you because...
- You'll be looking at me.
- Good girl.
See how that works.
I'm looking at you?
- [Will] Oh, I'm sorry, I
wasn't paying attention.
Uh, this the part where
we kiss and make up?
- You callin' me a faggot?
- [Will] No, I was just
sayin' you looked like
you were trying to kiss me.
- Kiss this, bitch!
(punch thudding)
(Will grunting)
(bottle shattering)
(Nifty shouting)
I'd run barefoot
and ragged for you
- Shit.
Do anything that
you want me to
You take control of me
That's why I'm wild for you
(crowd shouting)
(punches thudding)
I'd run barefoot
and ragged for you
Do anything that
you want me to
You take control of me
That's why I'm wild for you
(punches thudding)
(men grunting)
I'd run barefoot
and ragged for you
(muted crowd shouting)
(Drew panting)
(crowd cheering)
(punches thudding)
(men grunting)
(sirens blaring)
(punches thudding)
(men grunting)
- [Sheriff] That's enough!
That's enough!
Hold on, hold on.
Hold it.
- [Nifty] Sheriff, he--
- Shut up.
Nifty, get you and
your guys outta here!
I don't want bad history
repeating itself!
And you two guys, let him go.
You two guys, wait right here!
- [Man Holding
Drew] You all right?
- I'm calm.
I'm calm.
(Drew panting)
- You okay?
- Yeah, yeah.
- Sorry about your shirt.
- Sorry about yours.
- Well you should be.
It's only 50 of yours.
You want a beer?
- Yeah, let's get a beer.
- All right.
(somber music)
(dog barking)
- That's the courthouse, got
up in there once when I was 14.
Got in a fight with
my science teacher.
This, in here, this place used
to be a little coffee house.
Mom and Bill had their
first date in there.
Believe it or not, Bill
actually had a soft spot.
- Really?
- Yeah.
Mom used to sneak out of the
house, come and meet him here.
- Mom?
- Mmm hmm.
Yeah, I could see that.
That woman could charm
her way out of anything.
- You got that from her.
- Yeah, well, you're
pretty like her.
Hey, can I ask you a question?
- [Drew] Sure.
- Why did we leave this place?
- Mom just figured there
were better opportunities
for you in Florida.
Get out of this town.
- Mom knows best.
Hey, what did the, what
did the Sheriff mean?
- When?
- He said bad history repeating.
- Yeah, that wasn't
the first time
that Nifty and I got
in a little fight.
- No shit.
Did Bill beat Mom?
I'm asking.
- Don't.
- Fine.
Let me ask you another question.
Why did you leave us?
- The family was better
off without me, trust me.
- Well that's a crock a shit.
You disappeared!
- I didn't disappear.
- The fuck you didn't.
I never heard from you.
- I called, I called Mom.
- Mom?
- Yeah!
- Did ya forget you
had a little brother?
You're supposed to protect me,
like you did tonight,
my whole life!
You left me too, Drew!
- You know, I wouldn't have
been a good role model for you,
I wouldn't have been.
- What does that even mean?
- That means a man should
be able to look at himself
in the mirror, look
himself in the eye
and know exactly who he is!
And I couldn't do
that, I couldn't do it.
- Can you now?
(dog barking)
(ominous music)
- [Bill] Drew!
Right now, let's
get back here, now!
Gimme my whiskey!
- [Young Drew] No, no!
- [Bill] Gimme my whiskey, now!
- [Young Drew] Stop it!
- [Bill] No!
(fist thudding)
- [Young Drew] Stop!
- [Bill] You'll pay for this!
(Drew grunting)
- Drew, Drew, Drew!
Drew, Drew, Drew!
Drew, it's me!
It's Will!
You're okay!
- I'm sorry.
- You're okay.
- I'm sorry.
- You're okay.
- I'm sorry.
(footsteps clomping)
(train whistle blaring)
(Drew coughing)
(somber music)
(Drew cries)
- Drew?
Drew Caldwell?
- Pastor Thomas.
- Well, I'll be.
How you doin' son?
- Yeah, I'm doing well.
- Yeah.
I'm doing good.
I heard you were
back in town, and
I heard you already
had a little run in
with Sheriff Randall.
- Yeah.
- Yeah, some things
never change, do they.
- No they don't, no
matter how hard you try.
- Something bothering you, son?
- I can't figure it out.
- Can't figure what out?
- Life.
- Yeah, well, that is
a difficult puzzle.
Which piece?
- Most of them.
You know, coming back here
has brought back--
- Painful memories?
- Yeah.
- So why did you come back?
- Bill.
- Yeah, that's interesting.
- Mom wanted Will and
I to come and see him.
- You know, your Dad wasn't
in church this past Sunday.
How's he doing?
- Bill goes to church?
- Yeah, he's been comin'
to church pretty much
every Sunday for
quite a while now,
he helps out around the place.
- Bill?
Bill Caldwell?
- Yeah, your Dad.
You know, it's amazing
what happens to a man
when he loses his family.
- How much do you know?
- Everything.
You know, Drew, when I was
a child I had a good friend.
And his father was really sick
and almost always
in severe pain.
And the only thing that
seemed to kill the pain
for him was alcohol.
And when he drank too
much he did things
that he really
didn't want to do.
- Yeah, like beating
his wife and kid?
- Yeah, things like that.
You know, and as I got
older, I heard rumors
about your Grandfather Paul,
and how he was the town drunk
and he was a heavy
drinker, obviously.
And, whenever he drank too much
he used to beat your father.
So it never surprised
me that Bill turned out
the way he did.
- I had no idea
about Grandpa Paul.
- Yeah, it's true.
And Drew, you need
to break that cycle.
But you can't do it on your own.
Your father needed God's
help, and you do too.
- Tell me, how do you forgive
Bill, for what he did?
- Christ's death and
resurrection made it possible
for God to forgive us, and
we all need forgiveness.
You just need to ask.
- How am I supposed
to forgive him?
- Your father, he's a good man.
- The hell he was!
- He's a fallen man,
just like all of us.
- No!
No, he--
- He surrendered
his life to Christ.
- I'm just so scared I'm
gonna end up like him.
- I know you are, but just
because you have his blood,
that doesn't mean you're
gonna be like him.
You know, Jesus has saved
many a troubled blood line.
- I gotta go.
- Drew, you know, we
all need a savior.
And you know what?
I'm really thankful
that I know Bill.
- (speaking indistinctly)
You want that shipped out?
I appreciate the order.
Thank you.
Hi son.
- Mr. Williams.
Is Rachel here?
- Yeah.
Heard you had a date last night.
I don't think she
really wants to see you.
Just a warning.
- Thank you.
- Rachel!
- What do you want?
- I just, I came to
apologize for last night.
- For what?
- For the way I behaved.
I didn't mean for
the night to end.
- I don't...
Not a letter for 10 years, Drew?
A phone call?
You left me, Drew.
Do you think I came back here
looking to date another loser?
And that's what you are.
- [Drew] No.
- Yeah, You're a loser!
- I had to leave.
- You walk in here acting
like things have changed,
like you've changed.
Get out, get out!
Drew, get out!
- Forget it.
(ominous music)
(door slamming)
- Dude, you, are you okay?
- [Drew] Yeah.
(loud pounding)
(Drew shouting)
- Okay, game plan?
- Bill.
- Okay.
- Let's go.
- So are you nervous?
Yeah, I am too.
(car alarm dinging)
- Bill?
(Drew knocking)
(door creaking)
(door creaking)
- Hey.
(dramatic music)
("Claire de Lune"
by Claude Debussy)
- Drew.
- Shit.
- Oh shit, is he dead?
- Help me.
Help me!
- Was it a heart attack or...
- Yeah, likely.
- Call 9-1-1?
- Sure.
- There's no signal.
- No!
(glass shattering)
(bat thudding)
(Drew grunting)
(glass shattering)
(bat thudding)
(Drew grunting)
(glass shattering)
(Drew grunting)
(ominous music)
(Drew shouting)
(glass shattering)
(Drew shouting)
(Drew panting)
(Drew grunting)
(furniture thudding)
(Drew panting)
- [Will] Drew?
("Claire de Lune")
- Where are you?
Where are you?
Are you even real?
Are you even real?
Then do something!
Do it!
You give a shit about anything,
you give a shit
about any of this?
Then help me,
help me,
Just help me.
Just help me, please.
'Cause I don't know
how to do this.
Help me.
Please help me.
Well, I guess that's that, then.
Well, I guess
that's your answer.
(somber music)
(gun clicks)
(gun clicks)
(emotional music)
- Thank you.
Thank you.
(siren blaring)
- Will, you can
take it from here.
Just remember what I told ya.
- Thanks, Sheriff.
How you doing?
Mind if I join you?
(Drew knocking)
I'll interpret that as a yes.
Why are you so upset he's dead?
I thought you hated him.
(thunder cracking)
- I hated this
place, hated myself.
This town, what happened
here, destroyed my childhood.
And I thought it was
better for me to be alone.
- Well, you're never alone,
if you don't want to be.
- Just want you to
know, I never hated you.
I won't leave you again.
(emotional music)
(Will sighs)
(somber music)
Hey, what time is
Mom's funeral today?
- [Will] Umm.
- [Drew] If you text
Stan we'll find out.
- [Will] Are you okay?
- [Drew] Yeah.
Yeah, I'm doin' okay.
(bottles clanking)
(door clattering)
(emotional music)
(paper tearing)
My dearest Rachel, if
you're reading this,
then Will and I are
probably on the road
back to Mom's funeral,
and back to Florida.
I can't tell you how
incredible it was
to see you this week,
such a surprise.
Please let me apologize
again for my behavior
the other night.
But maybe something
good has come from it.
Because from that moment,
I now see that I have
to make some changes.
I have to take responsibility
for the man that I am
and the man that I wanna become.
For a long time I've been
running away from who I am,
running away from my
past, from my history,
from my family, from my faith,
from my bloodlines,
but no matter how far I ran,
all I ever found was darkness.
I don't wanna live in
the darkness anymore,
and I've seen now what
the light looks like.
I wanna change.
But now, through grace, I
understand how to do that.
I don't expect you
to wait for me,
(Rachel cries)
and I understand if you don't,
but one day I'm gonna come
back, just to make sure.
You are amazing Rachel.
I love you and I always have.
(moving to dramatic piano music)
- Oh, shit.
- Shit.
(bird cawing)
- I'm not sorry I
missed Mom's funeral.
I had fun.
She knows.
We still got a wake to go to.
(somber music)
- So this was all for me, huh?
You were right.
As always.
I love you.
(door creaking)
Here ya go.
- Thank you.
- You're welcome.
- Hey!
- Well.
- [Will] Hey!
House looks great!
- [Drew] Thank you, been busy.
- [Will] I can see that.
- [Drew] How was the trip?
- [Will] Well,
Spain was uh, great.
- [Rachel] Yeah, where's Evelyn?
- Still in Spain.
- Aw, no.
- Oh.
- [Drew] No.
- Yeah.
- [Drew] Oh, I'm sorry.
- [Rachel] Sorry.
- It's fine.
I encouraged her to
see the world, so.
- Thought you meant
seeing it together?
- I did, but ah...
Next trip's to Australia!
So are you guys comin'?
- Oh, I think we got
our hands full here.
- No.
Yeah, we've got work
to do on the house.
- It's still gonna be
here when you get back.
- I know, but then by that
time he'll be changing diapers.
(Rachel giggles)
- [Will] Congrats guys!
- Thank you.
- Thank you.
- Now, you're never gonna be
able to come with me anywhere.
- One day, we'll
just bring the kids.
- [Rachel] Don't
be such a stranger.
- [Will] You either.
- Told you I've been busy.
- Yeah.
So I came up here to
personally tell you
that Stan's opening
up an office up here,
and he wants you to run it.
I'm serious.
- Wow.
I'd love to (chuckles).
Thank you.
- Great.
(Drew laughs)
It's gonna be great
working with you.
All right, well I'm gonna
send the paperwork up.
I love you.
- [Drew] Love you too.
Good to see you.
- [Will] Good to see you too.
- Thanks for stopping in.
- [Rachel] Hey Babe?
Can you come help me with this?
- On my way.
(somber music)
(door slamming)
(baby crying)
- [Rachel] Oh you sweet thing.
(baby babbling)
- [Drew] Huh, what's
all this racket?
(Drew laughs)
- Hey come on.
There you go.
(baby babbles)
I love that sound.
(Drew giggles)
- [Drew] You two are
having so much fun.
(baby babbles)
You will be our god
And, we will be your people
You have made this covenant
With us
There's nowhere we could run
That we could escape you
We cannot
Break your love
Your loving kindness
Your long suffering
And, your faith in this
In your love for me
Steadfast, loyal, true
You are faithful
In your love for me
Steadfast, loyal, true
You are faithful
In your love for me
You are faithful
In your love for me
Your loving kindness
Your long suffering
In your faithfulness
In your love for me
Steadfast, loyal, true
You are faithful
In your love for me