Here and Now (2018) Movie Script

[woman vocalizing]
[overlapping vocalization]
[vocalizing continues]
[vocalizing gets louder]
- The stain is gone.
- [woman] That's a huge difference.
- [line ringing]
- You could see how it was really...
You here?
No. I'm running late.
How late?
- Maybe... An hour, maybe?
- Shh!
- An hour?
- Yeah. I got... I got held up.
So the deafening war between
Spam and OxiClean is okay,
and I can't make
a two-second call?
- Hang it up.
- [man] Viv...
everybody's here waiting.
Okay. Okay.
[announcer on TV] ...the
stain-fighting power of OxiClean!
[woman 1 on TV]
Stains on T-shirts!
I see it coming out
pretty quickly.
The stain is gone.
[woman 2 on TV]
That's a huge difference.
You can see
how it was really disgusting
and how white it is now.
[woman 3 on TV] Looks like
the stain is coming out.
[operator on PA] Dr. Peter,
please call Locating.
Dr. Peter,
please call Locating.
[announcer on TV] ...number-one
versatile stain remover.
- Now get the power...
- [woman] Come on, Mom.
It'll be okay.
gets the tough stains out!
Come on.
[announcer on TV] For a sandwich that
rocks, try a Spam, lettuce, and tomato.
[woman on TV]
More fun ideas at
[announcer on TV] We're on the
road, showing real people
the stain-fighting power
of OxiClean.
[woman 1]
Stains on T-shirts!
I see it coming out pretty...
[piano music
through earphones]
[man, muffled]
Ms. Cahala?
Ms. Cahala?
[announcer on TV]
...versatile stain remover.
[woman 2 on TV] It was really
disgusting and how white it is now.
- [announcer] Get the power of OxiClean...
- Excuse me.
One cap beats four of theirs.
- [orderly] This way.
- OxiClean gets the tough stains...
[doctor] Here.
You can see it.
That's what's been causing
the headaches.
Now, until we can look at
the tissue under a microscope,
I can't tell you
with total certainty,
but it looks like
a very aggressive glioblastoma.
Now, we can remove as much of
it as possible with surgery,
but there are serious risks
to mobility,
to language skills,
musical ability.
my singing?
Possibly, yes.
Take your time.
I'm sorry.
So, um...
so w-what does this mean?
With successful surgery
and some combination
of radiation and chemo,
the average rate of survival
is 14 months.
And without?
Significantly less.
We'll have the blood test
results tomorrow.
We'll need to take more then.
I'm going to recommend
Dr. Patel do your surgeries,
best surgeon
for this kind of brain tumor.
I also suggest that you establish
your own personal team
with friends and family who you
can call on when you need them.
This is going to be
a very intense,
rigorous period of time
for treatment,
but you have
the best team possible.
[indistinct chatter]
[chatter and laughter]
- [horn honking]
- [siren blaring]
- [siren whooping]
- [air brakes hiss]
[man] You see, there's a
difference, of course,
where... when you
talk tautology...
- [horn beeping]
- [whistle blowing]
- [traffic noise]
- [man shouting]
Yeah, we been waiting for,
like, 10 minutes! Let's move it!
Hey, Emma, wait up for me!
[siren blaring]
[woman vocalizing]
[traffic noise]
- Hey, watch out.
- Oh! Hey, yeah, you watch out!
Ooh! [grunts]
- Just...
- I'm so sorry.
Just watch where you're going.
Watch where you're going.
Jesus fucking Christ.
[phone chiming]
Ma chrie, where are you?
I've called and called.
I forgot my keys.
I had to bribe that terrifying
doorman of yours to let me in.
I don't know
how you can live here.
Darling, I have a constant
anxiety attack.
Then why do you always visit me?
I know you have rehearsal.
Call me with the address,
and I'll meet you there.
[drumming, faint]
[man] Nah.
Oh. It sucks for morale
when you're late like this.
They're fine. They love me.
Everybody loves you, but it's still
totally fucking unprofessional.
You're totally
fucking right.
I'm serious.
I know you're serious,
'cause you're swearing.
Come on.
You still have that interview
today right after.
- [Viv] What about The Times?
- I pushed hard. They passed.
You should have let me pitch
the 20th anniversary angle.
You know how I hate
commemorating shit like that.
- Ugh.
- [chuckles]
Just the worst.
And, anyway...
it's 25 years.
Really? Fuck.
- Tickets?
- Good. Selling.
[musicians warming up]
Actually, um, you have
an offer for Amsterdam,
two nights at Caf Alto
if you want them.
Right before Scandinavia,
we have space.
We always had
a good time in Amsterdam.
We did.
You okay?
My mother is here, so no.
You know,
she called me today.
- What?
- Repeatedly.
- What?
- Yeah.
What did she say?
Are you kidding?
Why would I ever
pick up that call?
Did you hear
from Carnegie Hall?
Yeah, we were talking
about a festival bill
or a Late Night
at Zankel Hall.
Well, when?
You can't be obsessed
about one place.
Things are good, okay?
Think about Amsterdam.
I will.
We should go in.
I know. I know.
I'm the worst. I suck.
If you guys want to quit,
be my guest.
It's only a three-day gig
at Birdland.
And I know you all have...
so much weed to smoke,
- [chuckling]
- so many video games to play.
All right.
So we're good?
You got it, Mama.
Of course we're good.
- Hi, Greg.
- Hey.
Mmm. Mm-mmm.
Okay. Let's just
warm up with that, okay?
- All right.
- Okay.
We only got 'til 2:30, so...
- All right.
- Let's get to it.
["L'Anamour" playing]
[song fades]
- Hey.
- Hey.
You wanna get coffee?
Can't. Interview.
You have to listen...
listen to some of the '70s.
Yeah, you know,
the '70s funk's...
[stairstep creaks]
[footsteps on stairs]
[man] Hey! If they find you using
that room, they're gonna charge me,
so either get going or give
'em a credit card number!
Yeah, yeah,
we're, uh, we're on it.
[laughs] You're bad.
- [bus engine humming]
- [air brakes hissing]
[cell phone chimes]
Ma chrie, where are you?
I can't worry like this
at my age,
but I do worry
when I don't have news.
Tell me
when you will be here.
- [end message tone]
- [horn honking]
[man] No. Just speak, Liviya!
I'm late!
Liviya, listen to me!
No, because I don't have time
for your shit!
No, Liv, that's not fair...
Come on!
So, Liv, I gotta...
I gotta... Th-That's not...
Are you gonna let me finish?
Okay. Seriously, stop it.
- [engine rumbling]
- [dance music playing]
[Viv] Hi. May I see the...
the dress in the window?
- [woman] Sure.
- Thanks.
[jazz playing on radio]
[jazz song continues]
There you are.
- Thank you.
- Mm-hmm.
[jazz song continues]
That looks great on you.
[violin music playing]
[overlapping voices, faint]
[overlapping voices
and vocalization, louder]
and vocalization fading]
[cell phone chiming]
I'm sorry about
the location change.
Yeah. Online, it said
the restaurant was closed,
but I thought maybe
you knew something I didn't.
Yeah. I... I just forgot.
It's been there for so long.
- Hi. Oona.
- Vivienne.
- Nice to meet you.
- Nice to meet you.
You went there a lot?
Um, in my early
New York days, yeah.
Said a lot of famous people
went there.
I met Donald O'Connor
once there.
- Do you know who he is?
- Sure.
So I usually record.
So this weekend celebrates your
25th anniversary at Birdland.
Hard to believe, but yes.
And as a seasoned veteran
on that scene,
what do you appreciate most
about where you are now?
Well, I'm... I'm...
grateful to have a... a life...
in music,
to mostly be able
to pay my bills,
play legendary clubs
with musicians that I admire.
I mean, sure, there are...
there are things that
I haven't achieved, but...
I'm not done yet.
And you have a new album?
I do, yeah. It's my ninth.
- I mean, if you don't count the duets album.
- [chuckles]
Believe me,
I don't count that album.
Oh, a lot of people
liked that record.
Well, bless their hearts.
And the new one's called...
- 3rd & A.
- Okay.
That's where I first lived
in New York.
- 3rd and A.
- It's great around there.
Yeah, I mean, it is now,
but then it was...
So a lot of people
think 3rd & A
is about your breakup
last year...
with your fellow musician.
My inspiration comes
from many different places,
many different things.
So your broken engagement
didn't influence the album?
All of my albums
have been influenced
by all of my broken engagements.
I also have some
incredible musicians,
um, joining me
for the weekend shows,
Diana Krall for sure.
My manager will have
all the other details,
you know, about the others.
He'll have the...
those details tomorrow.
[Oona] Great.
So this is just a couple paragraphs
with some stuff about the new album.
I think I have
what I need.
- Thank you.
- Thank you.
[thunder rumbling, faint]
[waiter] Anything else?
No. That was plenty, I guess.
Thank you.
[thunder rumbling]
[jazz music playing]
[honking and traffic noise]
[jazz music continues]
You need anything?
No, no, no.
Nah, I was just walking by.
Couldn't resist coming in.
This weekend. Can't wait.
Yeah. Me neither.
Your new stuff live,
it's gonna be killer.
I hope so.
It's your best yet.
You know I don't blow smoke.
Not about the music, anyway.
[cell phone chiming]
Oh, shit.
I have to take this.
All right.
I'll see you tomorrow.
You will.
[cell phone chiming]
- Hello.
- [man] This is your Lyft driver.
- I'm pulling up right now.
- Okay.
- [thunder rumbling]
- [rain pittering]
Yeah, one second.
- Hi. Vivienne?
- Huh?
- Vivienne?
- Yeah.
You have the address?
[speaking in Arabic]
[car horn honking]
[in English] No!
No, I am!
[speaking in Arabic]
[heavy metal music playing]
Hey, can you turn that down?
Just... Just this song,
all right?
Just please turn it off.
[volume increases]
It's one song.
All right, you know what?
Just let me out here.
- Here?
- Yeah, just stop. Just stop.
- I'll get out here.
- Here?
- [violin music playing]
- [woman vocalizing]
[music and vocalizing fades]
[key enters doorknob]
[latch clicking]
[woman, in French]
You know, rehearsal,
everywhere, everywhere.
[in French]
[Viv, in French]
[in English] I know.
We don't have an audience
at rehearsal.
[in English]
I am not an audience.
- Guests.
- I'm not a guest.
Really? Did you join the band,
and no one told me?
Ha ha. Funny.
I want to support you.
Why is that
such a tragedy for you?
Tell me, how is the band?
Is everyone okay?
Oh, my God.
I just walked in the door.
Please, please. Just...
Just wait to interrogate me.
[in French]
[in English]
We need to... to talk.
How are you feeling?
[in French]
[in French]
[in English]
When did you speak to him?
He said that?
Not sold out and not selling
well are not the same thing.
[in English]
What you do is so difficult.
So much disappointment.
But you keep going,
and I admire that.
Can you please stop?
[in French]
[door shuts]
["Si Belle et Inutile" playing]
[volume increases]
[sings along in French]
[humming in tune]
[mother, in French]
It was my favorite record
when I was 16.
'Cause I loved it.
Don't talk to me
through a closed door.
[song continues, muffled]
[sighs and groans]
[song ends, muffled]
Oh, shit.
Oh, shit.
[in French]
[in English]
Come on. Come on.
Please, don't be silly.
Don't be silly.
- Have you seen a brown paper bag?
- Non.
Brown paper bag with handles?
- What?
- You know, with handles?
[in French]
Shit. I've lost
the dress that I bought.
[line ringing]
- Yes?
- [Viv] Hi. Um...
You were my Lyft driver
earlier this afternoon,
and I think I left
a shopping bag in your...
in the back seat.
[driver] A brown bag. A
paper bag with handles?
- Clothes or something?
- Yeah. A dress.
I have it.
[Viv sighs]
You do!
Where are you?
Oh, I'm at 49th
between 2nd and 3rd,
but I can meet you somewhere
else if that's easier for you.
I'm not far.
I'll pay you for your time.
I didn't ask that.
Give me a couple minutes.
[Viv] Thank you.
[car speeds by, muffled]
Hello. I have to go.
I'm on the phone.
No, I can see that,
but I have to go.
- Where?
- To find my dress.
Just a second.
My daughter's here.
I'm just going to... I'll talk
to you later, okay? Okay.
Well, that was Enzio.
I told you about him,
the Italian.
Oh. I... I can't keep track.
We had this passionate weekend,
sex every minute,
and the next weekend,
uh, he's unavailable.
I don't need to commit,
but I don't want to be
humiliated, either.
Anyway, um, I'll be back.
I don't know.
I have to retrace my steps.
Well, I'll come with you.
Oh, no, no, no, no.
It's okay.
[in French]
When does your sound check
start tomorrow?
- Why?
- I want to come.
I want to see
your preparation.
I'll... I'll see you.
[door opens and closes]
Yeah, it's... it's easy.
Go, go, go, go!
[woman 2]
You're in for it now.
[cell phone chimes]
I'm sorry.
- Hello.
- [woman] Ms. Carala?
I'm calling to confirm
your appointment
with Dr. Holt
for tomorrow at 8 a.m.
Um, yes, it...
I'm confirmed.
[woman] Nothing but
water after midnight,
and you should bring
someone with you.
It's a lot of information.
[Viv] Okay.
[woman] One of the tests
involves mild anesthesia,
so whoever's with you
must sign you out.
See you in the morning.
Okay. Thank you.
- [cell phone beeps]
- [sighing] Oh, God.
- [vehicle slowing]
- [horn honks]
One second.
Uh, it's in the back seat.
- [driver speaking in Arabic]
- Ah.
Thank you.
[continues speaking in Arabic]
Wait, wait, wait, wait!
Wait, wait!
Hey, hey! Wait.
Yeah, one second.
Since you're here, can I, um...
can I get a ride?
Uh, I can't.
I'm on the phone.
Oh, it's fine.
It's not far. I don't mind.
I'm not asking your permission to
talk on my phone in my own car.
I'm not taking you,
because I'm having an
important phone conversation,
and I don't want anybody
in the car while I'm on it.
[speaking in Arabic]
Hey, Viv.
Hey, Joey. How are you?
They know you're coming,
or you want me to call up?
Yeah, they know I'm coming.
Okay, thanks.
[rapid knocking]
[latch clicking]
You said you'd text
when you were on your way.
Didn't I?
No, you didn't.
- I thought I did.
- Come in.
Had I known,
I would have made more food.
Oh, that's okay.
She should be home soon.
She doesn't usually get home
until about 7:00 on a Thursday.
Yeah, I know. Practice.
I know that.
Do you want something?
A drink or...
Uh... yeah.
I guess just some water
is good. Thanks.
Nice skirt.
It's the same one
you always like.
So is this just a stop-by,
or should I make more food?
No. I just wanted to talk to you
before she got home.
Okay, well, that's good...
because I've been meaning
to talk to you, too.
Yeah, your tour dates,
are they firm?
Well, there's sort of a...
they're still sort of shifting.
- Right.
- Why?
Well, she got
her recital dates,
and based on the dates that I
have, you're gonna be gone.
And she's upset?
Well, she didn't say
she was upset, but, uh...
- She's upset.
- She's fine.
She's kind of used to it.
Well, what do you
want me to do?
I don't want you
to do anything, Viv.
I just... I know that she'd
love you to be there.
I just want you
to know that.
maybe I could move the dates,
some dates.
Okay. Just please
don't promise anything
unless it's a done deal.
I wouldn't.
I mean, honestly,
the whole tour in general
is in question now.
[door opens]
- [man] Hey.
- Hey.
Hey, your mom's here.
Hello, Sweets.
How was practice?
I didn't know you'd be here.
Oh, yeah.
I just thought I'd drop by.
Hey, Grand-mre is in town
for my shows.
I know. She called me,
like, seven times today.
She wants to see you.
Yeah, I want to see her, too.
More than you do, I bet.
[man] So?
So why don't I come back
after she's sleeping?
Maybe tomorrow.
Or I'll just...
[in comical accent] What's-a
matter with the spaghetti?
Well, I'll let you guys eat.
Come on, Viv.
- Can we just eat once?
- No, no, no. Honestly,
- I'm... 'Cause I...
- Just eat with us.
No, no, no, 'cause I got stuff.
I'll see you later, okay?
[man] Don't take any of it personally.
She's just...
[Viv] Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Of course.
- It's fine.
- We'll talk later. Okay?
You okay?
Yeah. Yeah. I'm... I'm okay.
Oh, shit.
- [violin music playing]
- [ambulance siren blaring]
[laughing and screaming]
[violin music continues]
[violin music fades]
I saw a whale here once.
Right there...
Big as a truck.
You don't believe me, do you?
[line ringing]
[ringing continues]
Hey. Can you meet me?
Um, yeah. Where?
The usual.
Nice or dive?
Okay. See you there.
[woman vocalizing]
and piano music overlapping]
[man over megaphone, indistinct]
and piano music fades]
Um, can I have
the vanilla, please?
No, no, actually could...
could I have the coffee?
No, no. The strawberry.
Actually, I'm just gonna stick
with the vanilla.
Just vanilla. How much?
- One dollar.
- Okay.
- Thank you.
- Thank you.
Thank you.
[woman laughs]
No, I know!
[man] Take two Saturdays
and two Sundays, so...
- Does that count?
- So five days' notice.
I don't know if it counts.
- Hi, Tessa.
- Oh, my God!
Wow. It's been ages.
- How are you?
- Good. I'm good.
- You look great.
- You, too.
Are you heading somewhere?
Oh, I was just...
Well, then, come join us.
I would love to,
but I have a thing.
Well, just a drink, then.
You have to join us.
It's her birthday.
That's right.
It is your birthday today.
Yes, so I make the rules.
- Okay.
- One drink?
One drink.
Come. It's Viv.
- [Tessa] Can't believe it.
- [Viv] I know.
this is my friend Vivienne.
Viv, everyone.
- [woman] Hi.
- [Viv] Hi.
- Hey.
- Hi.
Sorry. Hey.
Is this... Did I...
- Okay.
- Chablis?
Oh. Sure. Thanks.
- Thanks.
- We just finished,
but if you want something,
the waiter was just
about to come over...
Oh, no, that's okay.
I'm good.
All right.
As long as you're good.
Hey, Viv, you remember
my husband Hugo.
Of course. Yeah. Hi.
- Nice to see you.
- Hi.
Let's, um... Let's...
- Hi.
- Hi.
Oh, my God.
Please catch me up.
I am always at home
with the five-and-under set.
I have no idea what's happened
in the last five years.
You have more than one now?
- Wow.
- I know.
We're crazy.
One, three, and five.
Well, this is why
we never see each other.
I've missed you.
I have missed you.
But what I've heard,
it's incredible.
Oh. Thank you.
Thanks, yeah.
Still an uphill battle.
Well, sure, but, I mean,
getting to perform
and see the world,
I can't even imagine
how amazing it must be.
I heard you were engaged.
Well, uh...
I... I was engaged.
Was engaged, yeah.
- I'm sorry.
- Thanks.
I'm really sorry.
I didn't know.
Oh, no, no, no, no.
It's fine.
It's fine. I'm fine.
Well, how's Lucie?
She's good.
She's what?
She's, like, 12 now?
She's 16.
- No.
- Yes.
- Are you sure about that?
- Yeah.
Well, so is she with you now,
or is she still with...
With her dad. Yeah.
- Mmm.
- Yeah. Yeah.
'Cause of my schedule.
No, of course. I mean...
Does anybody
have a cigarette for me?
Thank you.
- Oh, come with me.
- Okay.
Yeah, I gotta get out of here.
- [bartender] Thank you.
- Later.
it's a shit show at home,
and I have no time
to do anything.
I mean,
my fricking career, right?
You know? My life...
[Viv] Yeah.
Oh, there'll be time.
In a few years, I guess.
That's what I keep
telling myself, anyway.
There's time, right?
- Yeah. There's time.
- For sure.
[cell phone chiming]
Who's that?
The look on your face.
Who sent you that?
- It's my drummer.
- [gasps]
You're fucking your drummer?
[chuckles] Yes, you are.
Okay. Yes, I am.
Please tell me you're going
over to his place right now.
No. He's... He's playing with
this singer I really like, so...
- Oh.
- I said I'd drop by.
- Oh.
- [Hugo] Tessa.
It's time for cake.
- Sorry.
- Go, go, go.
- No, no, no. Go.
- It was so great to see you.
- Really good.
- Really good.
Really good to see you.
- Have a great night.
- Okay.
Thank you very much.
Well, um, so...
let's get together
again soon, okay?
- Just like old times.
- [laughing]
- Bye.
- Happy birthday.
Thank you!
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday, dear Tessa
Happy birthday to you
I dream a garden
With colors that stretch
Towards infinity
When I awake
Its blossoms are dancing
Within me
Oh, oh, oh, yeah
Wanna be your heart
And beat for you
Wanna be your eyes
And see for you
Wanna be your lungs
And breathe for you
Wanna be your soul and
Be for you
- [song ends]
- [applause]
[man] Yeah!
[singer] Thank you.
Thank you so much.
Thank you so much.
We have
a very special guest here,
and I'm so pleased
to welcome her.
Ladies and gentlemen,
Vivienne Carala.
- It's so...
- I'm so happy.
- Hi.
- Hi.
Good to see you. Okay.
- Talk among yourselves.
- [laughter]
Um... [clears throat]
- [piano music starts]
- Sometimes I feel
Like my heart turns to dust
Unfollow the rules
Unswallow the trust
Sometimes I feel like
My brain turns to leaves
Unfollow the rules
Uncover the thieves
Of the game
Sometimes I reel in
A fish far too small
Back into the sea
Hook, sinker, and all
And behold ruins
From before the fall
Stop looking, and see
And just heed the call
Of the plebes
Just like Hercules in Thebes
Was just
By just being a man
But I'm no Hercules
And this is Herculean
I will just be
Feeling the pain
- [strings swelling]
- [piano continues]
Don't give me
What I want
Just give me
What I'm needin'
Unfollow the rules
Unfollow the path
To the seeding
I'll never know
But perhaps
I'll have a feeling
Unfollow the rules
Unfollow the wrath
To the stealing
But I'm no Hercules
And this is Herculean
I will just be feeling
The pain
Don't give me
What I want
Just give me
What I'm needing
I'll never know
But perhaps
I'll have a feeling
Unfollow the rules
Unfollow the rules
- [strings fade]
- [piano continues]
I'll never know
But perhaps
I'll have a feeling
[song ends]
[cheers and applause]
Thank you.
You guys
were a great audience.
No, no, no, no, no.
I can't. I can't.
I have an early morning. I...
Yeah, okay.
You're... You're bad.
[car honks]
[siren blares, muffled]
[jazz guitar playing on radio]
[driver] Hi.
I think we met earlier.
You rescued my dress.
Yeah. Mm-hmm.
It's a... It's a coincidence.
In New York?
Nah. Mm-mmm.
Happens all the time.
Yeah. It does.
[DJ, on radio] Django Reinhardt
here on Soft Jazz 77.
You get to go home soon?
If I want to.
My wife and I
had a fight earlier.
I love her, but, uh,
you know how it is.
- [song continues]
- [volume increases]
All this...
and his hand
was half paralyzed.
One of the greatest
to ever live.
First a tragedy, then a miracle.
I'd like to change
the destination
or, you know,
the address where I'm going.
[song continues]
[jazz guitar fades]
[woman vocalizes]
[police siren]
[woman vocalizing]
- [violin playing]
- [woman vocalizing]
[music fades]
I won't be long.
Would you wait?
I would pay you
for the time, of course.
People say they won't be long,
but they're always long.
Well, how much 'til 8 a.m.?
Oh. Uh...
I could do, uh, 65 an hour.
[driver] Okay.
- Thanks.
- Mm-hmm.
[soft piano music plays]
Hey, Liev.
Should I call?
No. They're expecting me.
Thank you.
[piano continues]
It's the middle of the night.
I told you
I was coming back.
Yeah, but come on.
It's the middle of the night.
Gosh. Can I come in?
- Yes. Just be quiet.
- I'm sorry.
I didn't realize
it was so late.
Yeah. You can't
just keep doing this.
- You can't just keep...
- What?
dropping by
whenever you feel like it.
Well, I don't think
that's very fair.
I'm trying to create some kind
of stability here for her,
and you just keep fucking it up.
- Yeah, okay, I hear you.
- All right, do you?
- Yes, I hear you.
- Do you, really?
Oh. Okay.
- Hi, honey.
- Mom?
I'm too tired for this.
I'm just gonna say
good night to her.
Yeah. It's more important.
Thank you.
- [Viv] Hi.
- [Lucie] Hi.
Did I wake you up?
Nah. I couldn't sleep.
What are you doing?
Here. Listen.
[soft acoustic guitar playing]
[Lucie singing] Who goes
Walking down the line
If it breaks on you
Each time?
- Leave a trail
- It's good.
Of bread and crumbs
To try to get back
All once was
But who goes walking...
Is that you?
Yeah, me and Alex.
We've been making some stuff.
I like it a lot.
A lot.
[song continues faintly
through earphones]
- You left that.
- Hmm?
I did.
I looked at it.
Do you like it?
It's gorgeous.
Is it for one of your shows?
You're freaking me out.
How am I freaking you out?
You just look, like,
really sad and serious.
Did the tour get longer
or something?
No. No, no, no.
Everything's good.
Looks like the... some of the tour
might get canceled, actually.
I'm just...
I'm just...
I'm over it, touring.
You love touring.
[song continues
through earphones]
[song stops]
That's for you.
On loan?
You didn't get this for me.
It's yours.
I... I love it.
Thank you.
You should...
You should go to bed.
You should go to sleep.
I will if you will.
You coming to my show
this weekend?
Yeah, Saturday.
With Grand-mre.
Didn't she tell you?
No, but good.
She was pissed
you ditched her tonight.
She called you?
Of course she called me.
Glad you'll be there.
I wouldn't miss it.
I've missed...
so much.
It's fine.
I like you so much more
than a lot of my friends
like their moms right now.
Good night.
[speaking in French]
[telephone ringing]
You and your French movies.
Well, there's a reason
I was interested in you.
You were just in love
with my mother, that's why.
What was I thinking?
[speaking in French]
What are you doing?
[music in movie playing]
What's going on with you, Viv?
[movie music continues]
The... The little pain
in my head...
did I tell you about that?
Ye... yeah.
Well, a long time ago.
Is there something wrong?
Is it serious?
Maybe, they think.
I have to have some more tests
tomorrow morning.
You just... You just now
got it looked at?
Just you...
You've had that pain
in your head for a long time.
I know. I've just...
I've been so busy...
Jesus, Viv, why...
why don't you ever
take care of this shit?
I mean, the...
the really important shit.
It's not just about you, Viv.
It hasn't been for a long time.
- Yeah. I know that.
- It's not just about you.
Okay, stop. Stop.
Just back off
for a fucking second, okay?
If it is serious...
you have to tell me
before you tell Lucie
so that we can figure out
how we're gonna tell her.
- I should go get some sleep.
- [stammers and sighs]
I'm sorry.
It's not that I don't care.
Of course I fucking care.
It's just...
I'm gonna go look in on her
for a second before I go.
[muffled sobbing]
[softly sobs]
[soft piano music playing]
[birds chirping]
[piano continues]
[door creaks and closes]
[piano music fades]
[birds chirping]
[soft piano music playing]
[soft creaking]
I... Sorry it's so early.
[voice breaks]
Uh, no.
No, I'm not. [sobs]
[siren blares, muffled]
[door closes softly]
[sighs] Where to?
[clears throat]
Um, 68th and York.
The hospital there?
[woman vocalizing]
[piano music
and vocalizing overlap]
Did you get much sleep?
- Did you?
- No.
We're here.
Can we stop for coffee?
[driver] Sure.
[music ends]
Uh, yeah. Thank you.
[driver] Hi. Let me get a
coffee and a tea, please.
[man] Sure thing.
Oh, I just remembered
I can't drink this.
That's all right.
I'll hold it for you
for later.
I'm okay from here.
You sure?
I'm sure.
[soft music playing]
[soft music continues]
[soft music ends]
[woman singing
"I Think We're Alone Now"]
[singing continues]
[singing continues]
[singing ends]
[woman vocalizing]
[overlapping humming
and vocalizing]
[overlapping vocalizing]
[vocalizing stops]
[overlapping vocalizing
and humming]
[humming and vocalizing
[humming and vocalizing
and vocalizing swells]
and vocalizing stops]