Give Me Liberty (2019) Movie Script

And the doctor told me,
"James, you'll never walk again
in your life."
I said, "Man, get
the fuck out of here.
"You're full of shit.
I'm gonna walk."
But... I went to therapy,
and everything
I had to do, I did,
to try to walk on my own.
And I'd be damned
if that doctor wasn't right.
I never walked since that day.
And that hurts me
by being a quad.
But... life,
it is what it is.
Life is wonderful.
Life is beautiful.
I love life.
You can't fool me.
I love... I love
everything about life,
even the ducks,
the chickens, the rats.
Love conquers all.
That's just my belief.
And when you have love,
you got everything, in my life.
But I went a long time
without love.
And I've been the lonely one.
I call myself "the lonely one."
And I say that for a reason,
because have
to reach out so hard
to get friends,
but they're not right.
And you know they're not right.
And God does not like ugly.
You got to deal with people
that's on your level,
not on their level...
you know.
You're going to be late.
You're going to be late.
You have to be
on the bus at 7:45.
You're going to be late.
You have to get on the bus.
I gotta go.
I gotta go. I gotta go.
I'm gonna be late for work.
You're gonna be late.
No... No cooking, okay?
No cooking. No cooking.
7:45, Lilya's funeral.
You cannot miss it. Okay?
The van is at 7:45.
Don't be late.
- Now, come on, man, what the fuck?
- Just help me.
You know, now you're gonna make me...
You're gonna make me late now.
- All right, this shirt.
- I need to brush my teeth.
Okay, you got it.
Where are your pants?
The hamper in the closet.
Here's your brush.
Hey, can you hand me that?
Yeah. You know what, fuck it.
We'll wash it later
We don't have time for you
to brush your teeth now.
- You really gotta do something about this.
- About what?
When was the last time
you used that elliptical?
Fuck off, man.
I did weights last night.
- Yeah, I can see that.
- Just help me already.
I'm working on it.
You're gonna make me late for work now.
Let's get your walker.
- All right...
- Help me with these pants.
Yeah, yeah, I got you.
Okay. You good?
Let's go. Let's get
you out of here.
- All right.
- Come on.
- Come on, come on, come on, come on.
- Yeah, I'm comin', I'm comin'.
This is ridiculous.
I can't do this for you all the time.
And we are out of here.
- You're not gonna head to the west side today, do you?
- I don't know.
You didn't see that shit
on the news last night?
- All right...
- Chirpin', man. They're...
Goddamn it, man.
What, did you take those dumbbells to go?
Hey, man, I just lost 90 pounds
in the hospital, okay?
Come on.
Let's get your hat back on.
- So you look pretty.
- Yeah.
Let's go.
They burned some houses down
last night.
- In where?
- The west side, man.
That's all they do
in this country is protest.
Nobody's happy anymore.
They're fucking upset
about everything, you know.
We live in the United States
and they're unhappy.
You know, we live
in the land of the free
and they're fucking mad all the time.
People got the most freedom
of anywhere.
The police had
to call in the SWAT.
Everyone's got some kind
of problem with something.
Nothing, nothing is right.
Everyone's upset,
they're fucking mad.
All they want to do
is fucking protest.
Fucking protesters,
they're never fucking happy.
I mean, fucking look at me.
I've got things
I could fucking bitch about.
Fucking whine.
I fucking can't walk.
I got to take four shots
of insulin a day.
You hear me bitchin'
and complainin'? No.
It's just so unrealistic that
these people are so unhappy.
Just live life already.
Stop complaining so fucking much.
I just don't get it, man.
So glad I can't see
these people.
- I would be so angry.
- All right...
You know, I've been goin'
through so much shit, man,
since my dad died in '03.
And nothin' but bad luck, man.
No money. My father died.
He had a heart attack.
I got that call
in the middle of the night.
And this was way back in '03,
and broke my heart.
Then I lost
my fuckin' eye sight.
Then I broke my leg.
Hi, Vic. How you doin'?
- Heard you're going to in the talent show.
- Yes, I am.
- Know what you're gonna be singin'?
- "Rock Around the Clock."
"I Want to Hold Your Hand"
from The Beatles.
Oh, yeah?
I love The Beatles.
- Absolutely killer.
- She was named after The Beatles.
And her brother was named
after a soap opera.
Really? Which one?
Days of Our Lives.
Alex Marshall.
Your boyfriend's gonna be
in the show?
Her boyfriend sings like Elvis.
Well, is he gonna help you out
in the talent show?
Uh, I'm gonna see him
at the concert.
I don't know. I think
you need a new boyfriend.
I don't know about that.
- How you doing today?
- I'm doing good.
How you doing?
Can't complain.
So, uh, you're a big Elvis fan?
Yeah. And Michael Jackson.
It's gonna be out front with
you, Michelle, Okay? Okay.
Put your seat belt on.
I hate Elvis.
I went to Graceland.
You know what I hate more
than Elvis though?
- Hmm?
- Impersonators.
Why do they spend their whole
life trying to be Elvis
- when... they can't?
- I don't know.
Yeah, I really just,
I just don't like
his music and all.
Then you got these people
who dress like him,
try to sound like him.
They devote
their whole life to being Elvis.
I just listen to his music.
I just don't like the guy.
To listen to Elvis,
he just doesn't do it for me.
In high school, there was this
guy that looked like Cliff Clavin.
And I let him know every day
that he looked like Cliff Clavin,
and he called me an asshole.
His dad looks like Cliff Clavin too.
Yeah, my fishes
and I go way back.
I came here one time,
and I was in a fit of rage,
and I had...
I just had to eat it.
- You're comin' to pick me up, aren't you?
- No.
How am I gonna get home?
I don't have any rides left.
Dude, I don't know.
I'm gonna be at work all day.
You gotta pick me up, all right?
I have no way to get home.
Just give me a call later today
and we'll see what happens.
- Make sure you come get me, man.
- One o'clock...
Give me a call later
and we'll work something out.
- Gonna rock around The clock tonight
- Be there in 10 minutes.
Vic, are we gonna be late?
Yeah, I'm... I'm on my way.
Just give me another ten minutes
and I'll be there shortly.
Are we gonna be late
for the talent show?
Vic, I can't miss
the talent show.
I can't miss it.
You guys are still here?
I called it in.
I don't know.
They should be here any minute.
What floor?
- You going to the funeral?
- Funeral? What funeral?
Lilya's funeral.
My aunt, 702? Lilya?
Lilya? Man, what funeral?
Yeah, she died
like a couple days ago.
But how? We talked
like three days ago.
- On the phone.
- I'm sorry.
- What happened, man?
- I don't know. I'm sorry.
Floor six.
But Lilya's my aunt.
You know you're not supposed
to be cooking by yourself, right?
- Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
- I got him.
How many times did I tell you?
You cannot cook without me home.
Look what you did!
They're gonna get you evicted over this.
Where are we gonna live?
Put your pants on, Grandpa.
Grandpa, come
on, get dressed, we got to go.
One, two, three.
What is this?
Baseball bat?
I thought
it must be big. You know?
That's his meat
tenderizer slash nut cracker.
Never in my life,
understood this fucking game.
- Pitcher.
- Huh?
Whoo! Throw it.
So cool.
Let's go.
I got to go to work, okay?
I can't, I'm already late for work.
I got clients.
Like I said, I got clients
waiting, I'm already late for work.
Yeah, I know. I'm on my way.
Ten minutes, tops. I'll be right there.
You're 30 minutes late.
How much longer?
I'm on my way.
I'll be there in ten minutes.
What happened here, man?
How people can live here?
Oh, that sucks.
Hey, hold it right there.
What the hell are you doing?
What's going on?
The road is blocked.
There's a protest.
You can't go this way. You're gonna
have to go all the way around.
There's a protest
for a shooting.
Thank you!
- Oh, man.
- Fuck!
Where the fuck are you?
What you trying to do to me?
I'm on my way.
I'm... I'm driving.
I'll be there soon.
Ten minutes, five minutes?
I'm not sure, but soon!
Roads like in Russia!
Oh, no,
I can't fuckin' pull over right now.
The roads are blocked off. Please,
come on, I don't need you on my ass.
Just give me ten minutes.
Ten minutes tops.
Dammit. I'm sick and
tired of calling you. Where are you?
The roads are blocked off.
What do you want me to do?
I'm doing my best here.
I can't cover
your back all the time.
I know!
Ms. Holmes?
Tracy Holmes?
I'll get her mom. Okay.
Get it in.
I'm tryin' to get it in. My leg.
Tracy Holmes?
- Yes?
- Your ride's outside.
- You're an hour late.
- The roads are blocked off.
People are protesting.
Are you ready to go?
I got people in the van.
Of course I'm ready to
go, but look what this...
Mom, let me go. Come on, now.
- Clayton! Driver!
- Boys? Push!
- Clayton!
- Just push, okay?
Come on!
Driver, I'm an hour late.
- Damn it! Damn it!
- Stop yelling!
Sis, don't start
with me today. Clayton!
Not right now. Clayton!
- You ready to go?
- Yes, of course I'm ready to go. Does it look like I can go?
Clayton, get your ass down
here and help with this mattress!
- What?
- Get down here and help Mom with this.
I've been workin' all night.
Tell Lonnie to do it!
- You don't have a job.
- I'm not doing nothing!
- I've been working all night, man!
- You don't have a job.
Ask Lonnie! Ask Lonnie!
- Lonnie isn't doing anything.
- What you mean?
You don't do nothing all day!
Come help Mom!
What a fucking distraction, man.
I got it, Ma. I got it.
I'm sorry for my language.
I'm sorry.
- Driver, go ahead and get it.
- Ma, no. Ma, move.
- Come on. Come on.
- What... What the hell is this?
- I don't want that mattress in my house.
- Ma!
- Oh, no!
- It has plastic on it.
No, I don't care.
I don't want that dirty,
filthy mattress in my house.
- I'm sleepin' on that mattress.
- It's filthy.
- Ma, help him.
- That man was bumpin' and grindin'...
- with that naked woman.
- That's exactly why I'm keepin' it, Ma.
I don't have time for y'all.
Y'all gettin' on my last nerve.
- Wait. Wait.
- Hey, hey, hey. What about you on mine?
I got to go, man. I'm sorry.
- Lonnie, get up. You not doin' nothin'.
- No!
- You don't do nothin' no other time!
- Come on, come on.
Ma, can you help me?
When Israel was In Egypt land
Let my people go
Oppressed so hard
They could not stand
Let my people go
Go down, Moses
Way down in Egypt land
Tell all pharaohs to
Let my people go
We're gonna rock
Around a clock tonight
Wanna rock, rock, rock
Till the bowl a night
Wanna rock, gone around
Gonna run the clock tonight
Gonna rock by two
Three and four
But try for da We'll yell for more
We're gonna rock
Around a clock tonight
Wanna rock, rock
Rock till...
- Let me give you a little push.
- No, no. No, no, no.
- What do you mean, "no"?
- You're gonna make it worse.
It's already bad enough
that it's not working.
I just gotta like reset the
joystick and I should be fine.
Okay, fine. Sure.
Fuck. I need you guys
to get off for a minute.
I gotta get
'em off for one second.
What are you doing?
What's going on?
Uh, I just gotta drop 'em off real
quick on the way to The Eisenhower.
- Drop them off?
- Yeah.
You're dropping them off first?
It's only gonna take five,
ten minutes tops. I promise.
Really, it's only
gonna take a minute.
Damn it. Ah.
- What?
- The sword. The sword! The... The...
What are you
talking about? What sword?
The gift.
It's a gift I have to take.
I need you to go inside, tell my
mom that I need the gift, the sword.
- Are you serious?
- Yes.
All you need
to say is "the sword",
she'll know exactly
what you're talking about.
Oh, Vic, thanks!
The sword.
Okay. There it is.
All right, thank you.
- Okay. We good?
- Yes, thank you.
All right, great.
I got to get them off the bus,
and then get you off the bus,
and then get 'em back on,
it's gonna kill too much time.
I have people waiting.
But are they supposed
to be on this van?
Nobody. Just gonna
drop 'em off real quick,
and we're gonna head over
to The Eisenhower.
But are they supposed
to be on this van?
Hi, I'm calling
to report a situation.
He's got a whole bunch of people
on this van right now.
It's fuckin' insane.
And then he had the nerve to say
that he droppin' them off first.
I'm not bullshitting you.
She made me drag her mattress
in and out of the house
to get her out.
- Ten minutes tops.
- Get your shit together
Why the fuck did you do that?
Hey! Hey, what the fuck?
What'd you do that for?
What, are you deaf?
I'm asking you,
why the fuck did you do that?
You know I might lose
my job for this.
- Where the hell you goin'?
- It's barricaded.
Your whole damn neighborhood
is barricaded.
- My damn neighborhood?
- Yeah, your damn neighborhood.
- What's that supposed to mean?
- Your damn neighborhood!
Why do you think I was late?
Fuckin' sorry-ass,
white-ass excuse.
Oh, yeah, the race card.
The fuckin' race card.
I was waitin' for that one.
I ain't got
no fuckin' race card.
You just need to get me to work.
Do you have any idea
how many people depend on me?
You know how many people
depend on me?
I depend on you.
I depend on you.
So just make a left.
- Whoa!
- Why?
- See what you made me do?
- Me?
Yeah? You're gonna
get me fired now.
- Who the fuck is gonna drive you?
- That's not my problem.
I can find
somebody else to drive me.
- Fucking damn mattress all day and that's the thanks?
- You're crazy!
What the fuck?
You just hit my fuckin' car.
I know, I know. My company's got...
My company has insurance.
- They'll take care of it.
- Fuck that. You got to pay me $500.
- I got to call it in. I got to call it in.
- Put the mic down.
Put the phone down.
- Put the phone down.
- Hey, how's it going, man?
I'm not talking to you.
I'm talking to him.
- Oh! Relax, man!
- I'm talkin' to him.
- No big deal!
- Dima, sit down!
- I have a little bit of cash.
- Don't give him wallet!
- Sit the fuck down.
- This all you got?
- Yeah, I don't have that much money.
- How much on there?
They're all maxed out.
What the fuck,
you buyin' drugs or something?
Naw, no drugs. Music.
- Music?
- Yeah, vinyls.
- Like records?
- Yeah.
Man, my old man got
plenty of this shit.
I could... I could...
I could connect you to this.
- Let's go.
- Where?
We're going to the time machine.
Let's go.
Oh, relax, man. It's not big deal.
- Here's chicken. Have a bite.
- I don't want no damn chicken.
- You don't fuckin' understand. Relax, I'll take care of this.
- It's between me and him.
- It's between me and... Let's go.
- Listen, listen. Listen, listen.
There's no money in them,
and I can't leave this van.
These people,
they depend on me, all right?
- The ATM machine is right there.
- Listen, my insurance company...
- they'll take care of it.
- The ATM machine's right there.
- No. No, there's no money on it.
- Bruh. Bruh.
Now you told on us, bruh.
Let it go. I'm tellin' you.
I just got fucked in the insurance.
I ain't tryin' to hear that.
Please, I'm telling you.
Just let it go, bruh.
- I'm telling you.
- No, fuck... Fuck that.
- Insurance fucked me already.
- Yeah, well, you're not listening.
Yo, yo, shut up!
Shut up! Let it go!
What did I tell you? Let it go.
They got insurance.
You'll be a'ight.
You start this shit,
it's gonna be a problem.
Insurance ain't gonna pay
for my fuckin' car.
You already know what's going on in
the neighborhood? What the fuck, man?
- You better calm down.
- I need... I need my money.
- Back up.
- I want my car fixed today.
Fuck that. My car need
to be paid for right now.
We got to get to where the fuck we
got to go, so you got to back up.
Leave us the alone so we can
get the fuck up out of here!
I need my car fixed.
I need $500 right now.
You keep talkin' that shit,
you gonna be ridin' in this van
- with me, for life.
- Come on, let's go, we gotta go.
Listen, there's no money
on those cards either way.
- Leave us alone!
- And you will know I am the Lord,
when I lay
my vengeance upon them!
Sister, cools! Tops! Respect!
Back up and let us go!
- Let's go.
- Whoa! Whoa!
- He paid you, man.
- What the fuck? Sit the fuck down.
- All right!
- Drive! Drive!
- Drive! Drive!
- Get the fuck out of the car!
You wrecked my car!
Strong woman. Respect.
What are you doin'?
Did you ever drop 'em off here?
I'm driving.
I'm on my way to The Eisenhower.
- How much longer?
- I should be there in 10.
Hurry up and get your ass here.
- Driver!
- What?
I'm two hours late!
We got to go!
What am I supposed
to do with them?
Not my problem. These people,
that's why my client
is two hours late.
I didn't ask for them to be here!
Where did they even come from?
I know,
Steve, I know. I know.
Hello. How are you?
- So what's going on now?
- An emergency. I need to get them off.
What's going on now?
She's not feeling well, so...
So all of 'em got to get off?
Come on.
Michelle, boo, I'm gonna
see you later, okay, girl?
Sorry about this morning.
Who knew this was gonna happen?
I love how the accordion
got off this van before I did,
knowing that I'm supposed
to be getting off here.
But that's cute.
That's real cute.
- Sorry, Steve.
- Two minutes.
I didn't know this
was going to happen.
I didn't know.
I didn't mean it.
We scheduled this
without these people.
Have you ever seen these
people on the van before?
Please know that I still
have to get off here.
Cool beans. Don't even.
As long as I get off of this
van, it's all that matters.
Go ahead.
I hope you guys have a good day.
They get to go wherever
they want to go. We're late.
My main man Steve.
Finally the driver does
something right today.
Yeah, Steve. Careful, don't...
Careful, don't rush Steve.
Hey, Steve.
Oh, I know. I know.
I know.
Two hours late, I know.
Don't be mad at me.
Don't blame me.
But I have a job interview
for you today
that I'm gonna
take you on, all right?
And I have paperwork
for you to fill out.
Right in here.
But because I do have
to go inside for a little bit,
we can fill this out when
we get back, all right?
Does that work for you?
Okay, cool.
What the...? Wait.
Driver! Driver!
Okay. All right.
I'm not gonna get mad.
Hi, this is Tracy Holmes.
I'm calling because I need to
request for a new driver right now.
Well, right now I'm stuck
on 43rd and Woolworth.
Okay, so how long
is that gonna take?
45 minutes?
No, that's ridiculous.
Okay, um...
Can't you see I love you?
Please don't
Break my heart in two
That's not hard to do
'Cause I don't
Have a wooden heart
And if you say good-bye
Then I know that I would cry
Maybe I would die
'Cause I don't
Have a wooden heart
And now at this time,
we're gonna have
Michelle come up.
Everyone give Michelle
a hand as she comes.
Michelle's gonna do
"Rock Around the Clock."
Big hand for Michelle.
Yeah, everyone give Michelle
a hand as she comes.
These are dog treats.
She speak English?
We have dog treats,
but people can eat them.
Okay, they're Ike Bites.
Ike Bites. We make them here.
Yeah, you want one, too?
They're very good.
Here you go.
Five, six...
Eight o'clock rock
Nine, ten, eleven o'clock
Twelve o'clock rock
We're gonna rock
Around the class tonight
I have somebody waiting in the van.
We have to leave now.
Okay, we're still missing people.
Where's Zenovi?
Gonna rock tonight
Gonna rock, rock, rock
I know, I promise I'll be there,
I'll be there. Dima!
Ma, I know. Dima!
Dima! Let's go!
What do you mean?
I have somebody
waiting in the van.
Get Zenovi!
...that's fun
and show for you
Gonna rock around
A clock tonight
Yeah, I know, I know, I know. I promise
I'll be there. Where is everybody?
Born in the USA
- Sit down, okay?
- Okay.
Yeah. Stay here, okay?
Please, stay here.
We have to leave.
You have to go over there
and sit down
and wait for me, okay?
- Just please, okay?
- Yes. Yes.
I know, I know.
Yes, I'm outside right now.
No, like,
come outside right now.
Yeah, I'm outside.
All right!
Look at him.
There you are. I see you walking out.
- Baby...
- Thank God.
- Baby, what are you doing here?
- Thank God!
I got to take Steve to his job
interview, but I'm locked back here.
I need you to help us
out, all right?
- So go to the passenger door.
- Are you locked up?
Go to the passenger door.
It's unlocked.
- Okay. All right.
- Okay. Thank you.
Oh, thank God, Steve,
we got somebody.
Baby, I don't think
I can open these.
Keep trying. Keep trying.
Look up. Happy birthday!
Oh my...
You should not have.
Of course.
What do you mean?
Look what I got him.
Oh, wow. I...
I love it.
This is a lion too?
This is my favorite animal.
Well, you know, you're my lion.
I was trying to surprise
you, but, you know,
the driver messed that up.
Okay, so before we
forget, I have this box.
I need to take it to your place.
Okay, sure.
Why, what's going on?
'Cause of my aunt.
She's gonna be moving into my room
when I move in with you, so...
- Why is your aunt moving?
- Who knows?
She's always got some
personal problems going on.
I ain't got time
for her right now.
So I need you to take this, um,
and hold it for me, all right?
Hey, can you hold
onto this please?
I can't bring it inside.
- Yeah, I mean...
- I can't bring it back inside.
- Oh, okay.
- Okay.
All right, Steve, be careful,
I'm gonna tuck it right here.
Okay, be careful
'cause it's sharp.
I don't want you to get hurt.
Oh, gosh, Steve,
- What box, this one?
- Yeah, this one right here.
I need you to grab that
and take that to your car.
Can we do this later tonight?
- Later?
- Yeah. Yeah.
I mean,
am I gonna see you tonight?
I'm gonna be
at that pizza party.
Oh, yeah, that's right. Okay.
Well, how long
you gonna be there?
I don't know. I don't know.
I'm gonna go get the driver.
- What do you mean you don't know?
- I'll be right back.
- I need you to take the box. Babe!
- What's up?
- Are you all right?
- Yeah, everything's fine.
- Everything's fine.
- Okay.
I'm gonna go get the driver.
I'll be back.
All right.
Thank you.
Vic, pick up the radio.
Answer me.
Where are you?
Vic, where are you?
Vic, what the hell is going on?
Something ain't right.
He was being
weird, right, Steve?
- That wasn't just me?
- Vic? Vic?
We're going
back to the van. Turning.
Turning. Turning.
We got Dima. Don't have time for Dima.
Come on, we're making our way...
It's not important. Come on,
we're making our way to the van.
Come on, guys. Come on.
Come on.
Come on, keep moving.
Come on!
Moving, moving, moving, guys!
To the van, to the van!
Good job! With your head!
- Yes!
- Come on, come on. Keep going.
- Keep going.
- Come on, come on!
Don't stop, guys. Come on.
Yes! Whoo!
Come on, guys, come on.
Okay, just
keep going, then left!
Yeah! Yeah!
Float like a butterfly,
sting like a bee!
The hand can't hit
what the eyes can't see!
Face! See that?
Yes! Head! Yes!
Head! Head! Yes! Yes!
Yeah! This is my school,
this is my guy.
I'm so mean,
I make medicine sick.
Oh! You're kidding me.
Get up! Get up!
I know disabled.
I was disabled.
I'm disabled, too.
Yeah, right.
You were disabled?
- Absolutely.
- Mm-hmm.
See this?
I born sick. Dead baby.
My grandma go to church.
In church, go and pray.
Pray, pray, pray.
Every day, she pray.
And him,
this guy, St. Pantaleon,
he believe Jesus.
Bad guy want kill him,
but no kill.
They try all things...
fire, water,
booze, guns, knife,
put him in boiling...
- Lead.
- Lead.
Put him in boiling lead.
But nothing.
They try cut his head.
- Sword breaks.
- Because of Jesus?
Because he believe Jesus.
In Jesus.
Not important what believe.
Important believe.
Really believe. Strong.
You know what I mean?
You understand?
So what happened?
I live, what happened.
This is really cool deal.
This is great deal. I live.
After I live, my grandma
come back in church
and say thanks to him.
She pray, pray, pray, pray.
In end, Pantaleon says,
"Brothers and sisters,
"I'll show you miracle.
"Now I'm fucking tired.
Basta. I want...
I want to relax."
And he say, "You can kill me.
I don't scare.
Go cut my head."
And they cut his head.
You have beautiful eyes.
- You have beautiful face. You...
- Shut up.
You smile, I see you.
You smile. Hollywood smile.
You don't know that.
I'm going as fast as I can.
I said I'm doing my best!
They're the only way that we
can get to where we have to go.
He just messed up your appointment
because of these people back here.
They're not even
supposed to be here.
I know, I know.
I go off a lot of times,
but it's only because I know
the kind of position we're in.
I know!
He made me mess up my whole day.
This is good.
This is Russian people.
With love!
We're friends! International!
- Dima, my name. How are you?
- Tracy.
My father take me boxing.
Mike Tyson was my hero.
Mike Tyson.
I love black people.
Steve, do you like Tyson?
You like boxing?
You boxing? Yes?
- Fight man? You fight man?
- I have to get back to work right now.
I cannot be on the phone
while I'm behind the wheel.
I can't just get up
in the middle of the day
and leave work, all right?
I just can't do it.
I'm gonna have to get
you off real quick.
Get me off? For what?
They're here for the funeral.
I really got to get you off in
order to get them off the bus.
Absolutely not. Not happening.
Please, come on. You'd be
doing me and them a huge favor.
- No.
- Please, I'm begging you.
They... They can't miss
this funeral.
- We're already here.
- Please!
You die only once.
Come on, come on,
come on, my darling.
- They're begging you. Please.
- Come on.
Okay, fine, fine, fine.
Okay, everybody back up.
- Back up. Back up.
- Thank you.
- Leave me alone.
- Please.
This is ridiculous.
Thank you.
I don't want to hear any
more excuses after this shit.
Come on.
Okay, okay.
Little bit, little bit.
- Nope, nope. Nope.
- Nope, nope.
- Okay, back.
- Lift up here.
- Ready, one, two, three.
- Oppa!
We cool?
- Sorry.
- Thank you.
Yeah, sure. Sure.
- You can drive?
- Where is Steve?
- Steve?
- Where's Steve?
Down, down, down. Okay.
Up. Up, up, up, up, up.
Up, up. Okay.
Be careful, man.
- What's goin' on?
- Oppa.
Come on,
Tracy, come on. Oppa.
- Where we goin'?
- We're going...
Steve? Steve, where you goin'?
- Let's go.
- Steve!
- Oh, my God.
- Oh, my God.
Chair can't even
take this terrain.
Oh. Oh.
Damn it.
Oh, no.
Why? You didn't...
What the fuck?
Can't expect us to wait all day.
No, you keep that.
Take it, come on.
Excuse me!
Excuse me!
Excuse me! Hello!
I'm stuck. My chair just broke.
- Oh, what happened?
- My chair is broken.
It's not moving.
No, my chair broke.
Stop, you're
gonna make it worse.
What are you doing?
- Stop touching my chair.
- Quickly, quickly.
What are you talking about?
What are you doing?
What are you doing?
Oh, my gosh.
Hell no.
Lilya was a good woman.
- Hell no.
- Quickly. Quickly.
- Are you kidding me?
- Come on.
Lilya await us.
I don't even know...
What is a Lilya?
That Lilya?
- Did you dig any other graves today?
- Where's my aunt, guys?
We buried
one other person right there.
Over here, about 30 minutes
ago, and this one here.
What the hell, guys?
Where? Here?
Right over there.
What are you doing?
This is my aunt.
You know, folks
around here froze like a motherfucker.
Yes, indeed.
Fuckin' Siberia.
- My grandfather's girlfriend.
- Oh, wow.
Oh, thank you.
Well, at least
Grandpa still had it.
You better not
blow that in my face.
- Help me, please.
- We apologize for the inconvenience.
- What, man?
- We apologize for the inconvenience.
I am too, man. Cool.
- Good luck, guys!
- All right, thanks, guys.
Nice job!
Ooh, fucking Siberia.
Fuckin' Wisconsin.
Ooh. This is cold.
Oh, gosh.
Help me, please.
Give me cigarette.
- Cigarette? I can't...
- I got it.
Fucking Siberia.
Why Wisconsin? America very big.
Oh, boy.
- Now we're getting evicted.
- What is it?
Hello? How are you?
How can I help you?
Uh, Dima. 702.
Lilya died.
Buried, you know. Um...
We want to sit at table.
Drink, eat, uh,
talk about Lilya
after funeral, you know.
In her apartment, her place.
How can I help you?
We have key,
and he's going past place,
- but lock on door, you know.
- Yeah, my grandpa burnt...
- the chicken today.
- This is no fire. Just chicken.
Chicken, smoke.
This is not fire.
- How can I help you?
- Can you open the door, please?
No, I cannot open the door.
How can I help you?
Ah, whoa, whoa, whoa.
Lilya, my aunt, died.
I'm nephew.
You can open the door, please?
- In your apartment?
- No, I cannot.
You'll have to call
the manager's office.
What? Whoa, whoa, whoa.
I-I come from Russia.
This is real far.
To be with my aunt.
She died.
My only relative.
I orphan.
I'm sorry about your aunt,
but I cannot help you.
You'll have to call the
manager's office on Monday.
Okay, I understand.
Rules. Rules are rules,
I understand.
I understand.
You have nice tat.
I have too.
Like it? That's my girlfriend.
She break my heart.
My first love.
She cheated me, my friend.
Yeah. Best.
What I do now?
Tattoo have. Girlfriend, no.
I have different tat.
- Another girlfriend?
- Worse. Same girlfriend.
Cool. Thank God.
I cannot open the door.
You will have to wait until Monday
when the manager's office open.
Yes, rules are rules.
My best friend,
here, walking, night,
his wife, and hooligan attack.
He defended his wife.
And knife, like this.
And here, boom, right here.
Yeah. And here, you know.
That's what you guys do in y'all country?
Definitely don't want to go there.
I show you mine,
you show me yours?
I don't think so.
Come on, show me yours.
- I don't think so.
- Why not?
- Get off my desk.
- Oh, sorry, sorry, sorry.
I have one
beautiful tat on my leg.
- No. Uh, hey, hey.
- Come on, Dima...
- Relax, man.
- Keep your pants on.
And get out of here.
Show me your tat, please.
Mom, I'll take the couch out
before the recital.
I'm getting a second line.
They need me at the office?
What, they want me
to come in now?
- Who is "A"?
- Aaron.
- Who is this Aaron?
- My boyfriend.
You have boyfriend?
You together, you happy?
You... Cool life, yeah?
- No.
- What happened?
He was a creep.
I know you.
You and me, we're the same.
I think I feel you.
You're like me, you know?
I really feel you.
- I know you.
- Mm-hmm.
Thank you.
I know you.
The first day I laid my eyes
on her, I knew I loved her. I knew it.
And she felt the same way.
I fell in love at first sight.
I've been trying
to get in touch with her,
I've been trying my best
to try to just,
just hear her voice
to talk to her...
I still love her.
I loved her, man.
Love is blind sometimes, okay.
So what made her so special?
It's the way she treated me,
and it's the way she loved me,
and it's the way she took...
the way she cared for me.
And I haven't met
a woman since, until now.
Yeah, you still want
this cigarette?
Yeah. Thank you.
You got it, man.
Your life'll never be
The same
So you "sing" sing,
but you don't "sing" sing?
No. I'm... You know...
I'm not really, you know.
- I don't really "sing" sing.
- Oh, oh, oh, okay.
Kinda like how, you know,
I don't really "walk" walk.
You know?
Just like I don't "drive" drive.
Right, exactly.
Kinda like how you're,
like, not on time.
- Yeah, yeah, yeah.
- Exactly.
Yeah, Ma.
I told you I'm on the way.
All right, I'll see you later.
Ma, I can't talk. Can't talk.
I gotta go. I gotta go.
Hey, you remember what
you were sayin' to that guy?
Somethin' about,
like, the records?
Were you makin' that up?
- No, not at all.
- You know you can download for free.
I'm well aware that, thank you,
but it's just, it's something
about vinyls, you know.
A certain type of quality.
People nowadays,
they don't, they don't hear it.
- It's almost like their deaf.
- Vinyl? That's like your thing?
That's like what
you're into and stuff?
I mean, clearly, 'cause you got a
whole box of it just sittin' here.
My sister was
just holding onto them.
She's moving
right now, and, uh...
You know, I'm movin' out.
I'm movin' in with my boyfriend.
That's pretty cool.
This chair is broken.
I can't even move around.
I ain't movin' no-damn-where.
- I'm sorry about that.
- I can't get around my house.
You need
to bring the van back to base, now.
They want the van here
on the lot.
- Do you copy that?
- All right, all right, I'm on my way.
They're gonna call the police
and report the van stolen
if it's not here
in the next 20 minutes.
Okay, okay. Let me just drop
'em off and I'll be right there.
You need to hurry up
and get that van here,
'cause they will report
the van stolen.
Damn, man, what's goin' on?
Just some bullshit
at work. Fuck it.
Fuck it.
It's fine. Fuck it.
"Fuck it", right, Steve?
Fuck it.
Fuck it, fuck it, fuck it.
They need to go
to the grocery store, you.
They have to go
to dialysis, you.
They have to get home, it's you.
But if you're 30,
40 fuckin' minutes late,
I can't have that.
They can't do what you can do.
That's why you're doing
what you're doing.
That's why you have that job.
I give you chance after chance,
and all you give me is your ass.
- How you doin'?
- Good, good.
- You seen Martin?
- Yeah, he's in the break room.
Looks like you fucked up
big time this time.
I did everything
I could to help you.
- All right.
- All right.
I really need this job.
I got way too much bullshit on my mind.
I got a grandfather at home...
Nobody gives a
shit about your grandfather.
Your grandfather's not
my problem. That's your problem.
You're supposed to take care
of your grandfather.
I don't think you give a fuck
about nobody but yourself.
You care about yourself.
- That's absolutely not true.
- Give me my fucking key.
Okay, so when you run late...
- Quinton!
- Yes?
He has to take up your slack.
Vic has a lot going on
with his grandfather.
And I got a lot going on, too.
When that phone rings,
I have to take up your slack.
How can I take up your slack
when you're out fucking off?
My problem is
to run this company.
My problem is to make sure
that you have a job.
If you can't give me what I want,
how can I give you what you want?
We are four drivers
short for the disco party pickup.
Would you like me to cancel it?
We'll take care of it. Vic!
Grilled feta cheese omelet.
Then they brought me soup.
- Then they brought me a Philly cheese steak...
- It's your lucky break.
With fries and onion rings.
Then they brought me,
like, some more soup.
Some chicken dumplings.
Chicken noodle soup.
They just kept feeding me.
What the fuck took you so long?
They kept bringing me food.
Apple pie, man,
with ice cream on it.
What do you expect's
gonna happen?
I'm never gonna
lose weight that way.
But then you leave me
in my favorite restaurant.
Six fucking hours.
I got a girl, man. You know that?
She's absolutely beautiful.
- How the hell do you know?
- Touched her lips, man.
Touched her lips.
That's how I see in this world.
She changed my luck, man.
Shit, the other day,
she got me to fucking dance
and I can barely stand up.
You know, I've been going
through so much shit, man,
since my dad died.
- What is this? What're you doin'?
- It's ours, man.
What do you mean, ours?
What's ours?
- Try open.
- Open what?
- What is this?
- It's ours.
Where'd you get this?
It's ours.
I want to know where you got it.
My aunt, my money.
Open the cabbage.
- What do you mean?
- Try to open the cabbage, man.
- This?
- Open. Try it.
Try it. Try it!
More, try it.
Get up. Get up. Get up.
- No, no.
- No what?
- What are you doing?
- Under the bed.
Up, lift it, lift it!
Come on!
What the fuck
are you looking for?
No, other side. Come on.
What the fuck are you doing?
Fucking hurry up!
Oppa, we got it, man.
Come on. Get dressed.
I've got to go to work.
Oh, sorry, sorry.
It's my money.
My aunt, my money.
It's my money.
My aunt, my money.
I only relative, you know?
I don't get it, who get it?
- Come on. Let's go.
- Who get it?
- I'm running late for work already.
- Managers.
- Let's go.
- I give you share, man.
- Share of what?
- We split.
Hello, my darling.
What do you need
from the kitchen?
What? Come on, Grandpa. What?
- Grandpa, come on...
- Good, good.
Alright, let's go. Last one.
- Through the... Go.
- Chicken, really?
Yeah, give me...
Give me the chicken.
- So, no luck in love.
- Let's get out of here.
- Come on.
- Okay.
Y'all not
supposed to be in here.
No luck in love today.
Today, no luck in love.
You guys are
not supposed to be here.
Get the hell out of here.
Oh, yeah, you're
weak today, motherfucker.
You're really killing me
right now, okay?
You just, you have no patience.
You with this...
You with this damn couch, Ma.
Give me ten minutes
and I'll be right there, okay?
You can't be pressuring me
like this...
- Dima. Dima.
- Dima.
I never asked you to do anything.
I don't know why you did it.
We got to take the couch.
Get up.
We just ate at the wake!
Come on, go, go get the couch.
Mom, I...
- When we were in Prague, my husband bought it.
- I'm so sorry.
We were close to concert.
What happened?
What money, Mom?
Mom, I'm not going to school.
I'm fine, and I don't
need your money.
I never asked you to save any money for me.
Please. I'm begging you.
You shouldn't do that.
Mom, I'm done with this!
Leave me alone, please! I'm begging you!
Push it!
I'm happy!
Dima, what the fuck?
Eva! Eva, please. Eva, please!
Where is my glasses? My glasses.
Oh, again, I don't know.
Where is my glasses?
My, God. My glasses, my glasses.
Do you have any salt?
Let me, let me, let me, let me.
So sorry.
So sorry.
I'm such a fool.
Salt cabbage.
Take off your clothes.
Try it on.
Oh, my God.
You look great.
So cool.
Wait, what are you doing?
- Dima, where you going?
- Mama.
Mama? You can't leave
the couch like this.
- This is normal.
- I can't...
People sit down, eats, eats,
drink beer, this is cool.
Not in America.
It's not normal.
Pick up the couch.
Don't go inside. Come here.
Just keep going.
I'll tell you.
Left. Left.
Left! Left!
- How long?
- 10 miles.
Fuck you.
Keep going!
Is this real true,
husband to your sister die?
Two months ago.
- Why?
- Heart attack.
Hey, your got
your sugar mama yet?
What's up?
Don't you be late now.
I owe you one.
You bet your ass you do.
Talk to me.
That's what I'm here for.
You're just like my son.
I'm talking to you
like I would talk to my son.
'Cause I love you, son.
And you're not even my son.
What, you're one of
the nicest kids I ever met.
You're respectful,
you're honest,
and you're dependable.
And anything you need
to know, you ask me.
And if I don't know, I'll be
damned if I don't find out.
To tell you.
That's what fathers are for.
When I was your age,
I had plenty of ambition.
Why don't you have any?
Not once have you told me
"I want to do this."
"I want to do that."
"I wanted to be this."
"I wanted to be that." Why?
I'm just asking you
a question, man-to-man.
Or father to son.
Like I do my own son.
Can you answer that for me?
I don't know yet. Uh...
I guess I didn't find
my purpose yet.
You know, some things
you just can't explain.
It just happens.
And when good things happens,
you got to grab it
with all you got and try
to keep it the best way you can.
I'm telling you
the facts, not fiction.
What I know.
I know you're young.
But you're not dumb.
Be yourself.
The most important
part about life
is livin'...
That's what you know how.
You got the rest of your life
until you die to be something.
'Cause at the end,
it's gonna wind up
and something, or nothing?
What do you want out of life?
Something or nothing?
Oh, look who it is?
The runaway!
Yeah, sorry about that.
- Ran away, huh?
- Can I come in for a second?
- I guess you need Trace, huh?
- Yeah.
You can have a sleepover.
Look... Look what you did.
- Yeah, man, sorry about that.
- Just ran away on me.
I was really
in a rush this morning.
- Yeah, okay.
- Hey!
- Hi, how are you?
- How are you?
- Sorry to kind of barge in...
- Trace!
- And intrude in on your dinner.
- Oh, hi.
- I just have...
- Trace!
- I need Tracy for a minute.
- Your ride is here!
- Okay.
- I kind of have a surprise for her.
- Your ride!
- How about you come join us?
What? I can't, I'm with
my grandfather right now.
- Wait. Come here.
- I only want to stop by for a moment.
- Bring your grandpa in.
- Just put the mattress here.
I'd like to meet him.
Thank you, guys, for having us.
- It is enough.
- That's enough?
- Enough, yeah.
- All right.
Sorry about earlier, man, I didn't
mean to leave you hangin' like that.
Man, it's all, it's all right.
- It's just the thing.
- For a first start, it's good.
What's going on
with the protest?
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Oh, hey, there's the girl!
- Hey, Mama.
- Hey.
- They're destroying the city.
- Hi, honey.
Why don't you come on in?
- Hey.
- Hey.
I have a little present for you,
I guess, for my fuck up today.
I borrowed it from a friend, temporarily.
At least until
you get yours fixed.
So at least we can go
to the disco tonight.
- Okay. Well, I mean, I guess that works.
- Cool?
- Yeah.
- Cool. All right.
- Um, okay.
- Here, let me help you get to the chair.
All right. Okay.
Y'all gonna force...
Now you're gonna force me to eat?
You don't want to partake...
You don't want to participate in my life,
but you want to force me to eat.
This plate is clean?
What's up, man?
Get out here.
Where you goin'?
Um... Buckley.
Uh... no, you're not.
Where you goin'?
Now you want to sound
interested in my life?
I'm just sayin', there's a lot of
shit goin' on in the neighborhood.
Why y'all goin' out
at this time of night?
I'm going to the studio, I told you that!
Monday through Friday, I go to the studio!
Since when is the studio a job?
That is my job.
That is my career.
- That is my focus.
- Lay off my nephew.
How is it your career,
if you ain't makin' no money?
I am not makin' no money,
I'm puttin' money.
- I'm investing.
- Be a star.
- That ain't no job.
- What do you mean, it's not no job?
- It's not a job.
- Tracy, believe in him.
It's your career, but he's
not making any money off of it.
- So how is it a career?
- That's not work.
It's like this...
I don't have support from y'all.
- Right? Nope.
- I support you, Nephew.
Oh, you don't have support?
No, no, no, no, no, no.
You don't have support, but yet
I pay all the bills in here,
and you live under this roof.
So you have
all the support, son.
So you have
the right to tell me that...
- Absolutely. Absolutely.
- I... What you mean?
As long as you live under this roof
and I'm paying these bills, absolutely.
- Straight like that?
- Yes.
I thought you would be the one
who would feel me though.
It's too late for y'all
to be goin' out.
KP, where y'all goin'?
Where y'all goin' tonight?
And you better keep it 100
with me, you know better.
You know when he with me,
you ain't got to worry
about nothing negative.
We out here sellin' our CDs
and just doing some positive.
- We came up with somethin' good.
- Y'all tryin' to do something good?
Makin' money the fast way.
The fast way? Of course y'all
makin' money the fast way.
Put me on front like that,
in front of the family.
Y'all better show me somethin'
or else Clay ain't goin' nowhere.
- We could show you right now.
- Okay, well, then do it.
- Superstars.
- Okay. They want to test me.
One, two, three, uh, nigga
- Playa, you know who I be
- Who I be
- Fast money, get it In the streets
- In the streets
- In the studio Studio with P
- P
But when I pull up
Notice me
- Notice me
- Oh!
Yeah, there you... There you go!
See, I told you what kind of
music you was gonna me makin'.
Ma, I'm 18.
I'm not 17 no more.
Y'all can go, 'cause y'all
makin' too much noise.
A'ight, we out of here.
- Bye.
- Nice meetin' you.
So mine says,
"He who hurries cannot walk with dignity."
- That's a good one.
- Mm-hmm.
So mine says,
"The one good thing
about repeating your mistakes
is that you know
when to cringe."
I think that makes sense, right?
It does.
Somebody ought to know.
"Wisdom comes from experience."
Hey, hey, hey!
- Really.
- It sure does.
I asked you to keep on
sittin' down
'cause I want, I want
to tell you a story, okay?
My kids,
they don't know how I am.
They don't understand
why I'm like I am in life.
They don't.
And, you know,
they knew of their father,
but not long enough,
and the thing is,
is with their dad,
he... he...
He-he... He was, um...
He was a gambler.
And then after I found out
that he was a gambler...
They don't know.
And I don't know.
Oh, can I tell him?
Should I tell him?
I was embarrassed.
I was so embarrassed.
I didn't think
they would love me no more.
My God...
I'm so sorry.
You know we love you.
"The sure way to predict
the future is to invent it."
That is the truth.
Oh, Sis, we love you.
- Roll the paper...
- Mm-hmm.
And just grab it right there.
- Grab some tape...
- Mm-hmm.
On point of tape, and...
So all you have to do
is kind of spin it,
and I'll try to catch the track.
- Okay.
- So...
Just spin it like this?
So let's try to get it goin'.
Keep it goin', come on.
- Didn't we just fuck up the record?
- Totally.
All kinds of fuckin' up.
Oh, wait,
now my hand in the way.
Okay, here we go.
Here, hold my hand right there.
Hey, so, uh,
what's up with the sword?
It's a gift for my boyfriend.
Why a sword?
I don't know.
Nice. Very nice.
No. Uh, he collects them, so...
Oh, yeah?
He's got a big collection?
This is his first one, so...
Does he know he collects them?
Shit, he does now!
- Oh!
- Da!
Well, my family cooks chicken.
I'll help.
I learned to cook chicken with my grandma,
- but not like that.
- Yes, you're right.
No. You're taking me
back to my childhood.
It smells like fried chicken.
I wish the children of today
had learned to cook
with their parents,
- their grandparents, and...
- Yes. Yes.
Yes. Heh.
They know nothing about cooking.
Children and food.
Children and food,
that's what we need.
- Yes. Yes.
- Oh...
We can't move in together
because you want to try something new?
I already got boxes packed.
My family knows
I'm movin' in with you.
So what are you
talkin' about right now?
- They're not gonna kick you out.
- I can't go back there.
Don't you understand that?
Look at me.
Look at me.
What do you see?
You can't be playin'
with people like this!
I want to try something new.
I want to get out.
This whole thing doesn't even
make sense to me right now!
What are you...?
You are a grown-ass man.
You're on fire!
Vic? Vic, can you take me home?
Can you take me home?
I don't understand
anything that you're saying.
Mom, calm down. Mom, calm down.
Please. Please. Calm down.
Okay. I'm on my...
I'm on my way home.
I'm on my way home. Bye.
Stop, driver! Stop!
- Calm down.
- Mom, calm down. Step back.
- Mom, step back!
- Get him out!
Get who out?
Get... Get...
Clayton's been locked up.
Why you springin' this up on me?
You're bringin' up somethin' on me.
What is this?
I ain't always bringing
jack up on you.
He was out there
with his friends, protesting.
It's a thousand dollars.
It's on you.
Why do I have to go get him?
I don't have no thousand dollars!
- I don't either.
- That's on you!
- Why don't you go get him?
- Miss Whoop-Dee-Do that's got her money,
that's gonna
be leavin' her family...
- that's gonna be leaving us.
- Mom, step back so I can talk to you.
'Cause you're not makin'
no sense right now.
You have got to go
and get your brother.
And that's that.
- Why?
- Because I'm cold.
What the fuck?
Come back over here.
I'm cold and I'm motherfuckin'
sick and tired.
Mom. Mom. Mom. Mom.
Ma. Ma.
Ma. Ma. Ma.
I have
a friend who's in trouble, Mom.
That's all you need
to know right now.
You need to find $5,000.
Can you do that for me?
- I will do but tell me...
- Can you do that?
- What happened? And for whom?
- Mom, I just have a friend that's in trouble.
I save it for you.
I just need
to help somebody, okay?
And you need to help me right now.
Can you do that for me?
Mom, please.
Please do that for me.
Please, Mom.
Will you just go?
- Fine, fine. Please.
- But it's a concert. What can we do?
I really need your help tonight.
Mom, it's for a friend.
Just listen to me.
Just trust me. Please.
Please, I need it right now.
I need it. Really, I have a
friend who's in trouble. I need...
It's okay.
It's okay.
It's an emergency.
I won't play, Mom.
Where's the money?
- Mom, where is it?
- I think where I put it.
Where's the money, Mom?
I put it in couch.
- What?
- What's up?
Mom, where's the money?
He wants the money.
I want to give him,
but we put in the sofa.
What's up?
The money's in the fucking...
- The money's in the couch.
- In the sofa.
Dima, Dima, Dima, Dima.
- Whoo!
- Dima...
Dima. Dima.
Dima, listen.
- Couch, money.
- Listen to me.
- What money?
- Tracy's brother is in trouble.
He needs the money.
Can you help me?
- Do you have any money?
- Of course.
How much you got?
- How much you need?
- 5K.
No problem, man.
Where you going?
Is 1K enough?
I hope so.
I drive there every day.
Nothing's gonna happen.
I work there.
Nothing's gonna happen,
I'm telling you.
- What are you doing?
- I'm coming with you.
- No, you're not.
- You know I am.
Fine, suit yourself.
Vic, we got to go
to the station, please.
We're going.
All my favorite people!
Ladies and gentlemen!
Rumble in the jungle!
In red corner, Tracy...
How your last name?
Oh, easy. Easy, partner.
Funny guy, yeah?
- How your last name?
- Holmes.
In the red corner, lady...
Tracy Holmes.
In the blue corner,
Victor Funny Guy.
It's show time.
Ladies and gentlemen, let's go.
Fight! Whoo!
Last, this is for you.
- You stole it from my mom?
- No, just...
Those are nice flowers.
- You like it?
- Yes.
- This is for you.
- Oh, no, no, no.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Take it. Take it.
I show you.
One, two, three,
four, five... 38.
I give you one.
This is good.
This leaves 37. No?
It's a superstition, you know?
An even number of flowers
in Russia is for the dead only.
- Oh...
- Why are you so cheap?
- I cheap?
- Yes, you're cheap.
- No, no.
- Yes. Yes.
- Thank you.
- I not cheap.
I give you one present.
This is for you, too.
- Come on. Oppa, oppa, oppa.
- Oh, no.
Cool, cool.
Today, present.
I give it, Pantaleon,
I give it today.
Today, I give it.
I give it.
Flowers, Pantaleon, money.
I can give you my best shirt.
- Take it.
- Why?
I met you.
Why you look at me like...?
You jealous?
Why would I be jealous?
- Vic, are you going the right way?
- Yeah.
- Yes. I know you.
- You do?
I know you very well.
What do you know about me?
This is place, you know?
I feel you. Animal. Soul.
What, are you
some type of mystic?
No mystic. One guy.
Very small guy. A wise guy.
He tell me one story.
This soul, my place,
this is my stomach.
It's my soul. Your stomach.
Your soul. Your soul.
This is place, you know?
I feel you. Animal, soul.
You soul, you soul.
All people have.
My stomach tell me.
Yes. Tell me.
What does your stomach
tell you about me?
All good, you know?
We good, too.
All cool. All good. Yes.
Like what?
Tell me something.
I like you.
- Right.
- I know you.
I know you. And I know you.
I know you.
I know you. I know you.
And I know you, Dima.
What do you mean?
How long till
we get to the station?
We're on our way.
Dima, did you hear me?
I said I know you.
Don't fuck with her.
She's been through enough.
You know where
you're going, right, Vic?
- Yeah.
- What the fuck do you...
- Sash...
- I know him.
Vic, do you know
where you're going?
Don't fuck with her.
Yeah, I know.
What are you talking about?
I know exactly what
I'm talking about.
Vic, just get us there.
What happened with you, man?
What the fuck...
I know exactly who you are.
Tell me, how are you explaining
to do that again?
What the fuck your problem, man?
You are my problem.
Vic, up there,
you got to make a right.
Just leave her alone, okay?
Who you talking to?
Who do you think I am?
How are you
even related to Lilya?
The station's up here.
You got to make this turn.
Keep going.
Keep going. Keep going.
Where'd you get the money from?
I don't need this shit.
Fucking take it.
For you, motherfucker.
Fuck you.
Station's up here.
Work so hard!
We must stand! Let our people go!
Work so hard! We must stand!
Let our people go!
Go home! Let me alone!
Get out of here! Go!
Stop! Go home!
What the fuck's going on here?
Get out of here!
Leave them alone!
Get out of here!
Go home! Go home!
No, no, no, no!
Enough! Enough!
We must stand!
Let our people go!
Work so hard! We must stand!
Let our people go!
Please. Please, go home.
Move, move. Go home.
Move, move.
Work so hard! We must stand!
- Let our people go! Work so hard!
- Excuse me.
We must stand!
Let our people go!
Work so hard!
We must stand!
Thank you.
Whoa, whoa,
whoa, whoa. Please.
Work so hard!
We must stand! Let our people go!
Excuse me.
Coming down, guys.
Excuse me.
Excuse me, you guys.
Excuse me, you guys.
Officer, excuse me!
Officer, I need to get in there.
My brother's in there.
- I need to get in there.
- You can't come through here.
What do you mean
I can't go through there?
I got to go in there. Officer.
My brother's locked up in there.
I have his bail.
I can go in there.
Can't you see
what's going on out here?
I understand that, but I'm
only here for my brother.
I promise you.
Sir, I have to go in there.
- No can do.
- I have his bail.
I have his bail.
That is unconstitutional!
Now you're messing
with my rights.
You can't come in the building.
I have every right to go in there.
I have his bail.
I have a right to go in there.
Do you understand?
Whose streets? Our streets!
Whose streets?
Our streets!
Whose streets? Our streets!
Whose streets?
Our streets!
Whose streets? Our streets!
Whose streets?
Our streets!
Whose streets? Our streets!
Whose streets?
Our streets! Whose streets?
- It is my right to go in there.
- Please step back, okay?
What do you mean step back?
Does it look like I can step back?
You can't get in the building.
Whoa, whoa.
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
Whoa, guys.
You big
like a mountain. Relax.
Ha, watch. Look. Look at me.
Fly like a butterfly,
sting like a bee.
Whose streets?
Our streets!
Whose streets? Our streets!
Whose streets?
Our streets!
You cannot hold him!
I have his bail right here!
Lady, I'm sorry.
Stop telling me that you're
sorry and let me in there!
Whose streets? Our streets!
Whose streets?
Our streets!
It's my right to go in there!
I have his bail!
What else am I supposed to do?
Whose streets? Our streets!
- I'm not supposed to be here.
- You think I want to be out here?
What do you want me to do?
You will not fuck up
my brother's life!
Whose streets?
Our streets!
Whose streets? Our streets!
You will not fuck up my life!
- I need to get in there right now!
- Whose streets? Our streets!
Right now!
Drop the gun now!
Drop the gun!
Drop the gun!
- Vic! Vic!
- Please stop!
- Stop this!
- Vic!
Vic, Vic! Vic!
- No!
- Vic!
Let me go!
Let me fuckin' go!
You will immediately disperse.
You may move to L Street East.
If you do not do so,
you will be arrested.
If you refuse to move,
chemical agents
and other weapons will be used.
Our streets!
Whose streets? Our streets!
Once again.
You will immediately disperse.
If you do not do so,
you will be arrested.
If you refuse to move,
chemical agents
and other weapons will be used.
Our streets!
Whose streets? Our streets!
Whose streets? Our streets!
Whose streets?
Our streets!
Whose streets? Our streets!
Whose streets?
Our streets!
Whose streets? Our streets!
Whose streets?
Our streets!
Whose streets? Our streets!
Whose streets?
Our streets!
Yes! Our streets!
Whose streets?
Our streets!
Whose streets?
Our streets!
You must not interfere with...
How do you do this?
I mean, I just do.
I do what I do just like
everybody else does.
I'm not sure even
what you're asking.
I mean, what I do ain't
different from anybody else.
I do what I want,
that's for sure.
I mean,
I can go wherever I want.
I can go to Chicago.
Got a bunch of folks
in Chi-town, you know?
But I choose to stay here.
May not like it all the time,
but it's my choice.
You know?
You know, my mom's a little
rough around the edges and stuff,
but who else is gonna
take care of her?
That's why I do what I do.
How do you do it?
God got a purpose
for everything.
We might not know what it is,
but each and every day,
there's a purpose for everything.
At least I think so.
That's just my opinion.
Everything is done for a reason.
Least that's what
they say, so...
Who am I
to question that, you know?
You fucked it friend
It's on its head
It struck the street
Just got to try
to live your life
the best you know how.
You're in Milwaukee
Off your feet
You know?
And you'll be okay.
At once I knew
I was not magnificent
Anything else?
Strayed above
The highway aisle
Jagged vacance
Thick with ice
And I could see for miles
Miles, miles
3rd and Lake
It burnt away
The hallway
Was where we learned
To celebrate
Automatic bought the years
You'd talk for me
That night you played me
'Lip Parade'
Not the needle
Nor the thread
The lost decree
Saying nothing
That's enough for me
And at once, I knew
I was not magnificent
Huddled far from
The highway aisle
Jagged vacance
Thick with ice
And I could see for miles
Miles, miles
Christmas night
It clutched the light
The hallow bright
Above my brother
I and tangled spines
We smoked the screen
To make it
What it was to be
Now to know it
In my memory
And at once, I knew
I was not magnificent
Huddled far from
The highway aisle
Jagged vacance
Thick with ice
And I could see for miles
Miles, miles