Homewrecker (2019) Movie Script

[liquid pours]
[gentle upbeat music]
[liquid splashing]
[upbeat music]
I had a dream, that
dream came true
And that dream
was only of you
I dreamed of a night so bold
- [Instructor] Keep going!
You can do anything
for 30 seconds.
Are you in or are you in?
Come on people, I need more!
Are you in or are you in?
- [All] In!
- [Instructor] Yeah you are!
That's what I'm lookin' for.
This right here.
It's the story of my love
- [Instructor] Three, two, one.
Bring it back,
don't place it down.
Put it back to your left.
Okay [speaking faintly].
- One, hit, two and
three, slide, four.
Travel, five, six,
point, seven and eight.
So guys, when you're
pointing seven
you don't need to do
this whole arm prep.
Seven, throw, eight.
So that head only moves
on eight when you jump.
Awesome guys,
getting a lot better.
Okay, still no questions?
We're good.
[class chattering]
[gentle piano music]
[Michelle sighs]
[gentle piano music]
[Michelle gasps]
[toilet flushes]
Does anyone have a tampon?
- I wear a DivaCup.
- I usually do too, I
just wasn't expecting it.
- [Linda] Sorry, that
ship sailed for me.
- I'm sorry?
- I'm too old to get
my period anymore.
- Oh, I didn't mean
anything by that.
[Linda laughs]
- I'm kidding, I'm kidding.
Let me check my bag.
I might have something
kicking around.
- Thanks.
Oh, thank you.
- Good catch.
- [Michelle] Thanks.
[gentle music]
[keyboard keys clacking]
[gentle music]
[text message whooshing]
[gentle music]
[upbeat music]
- Hey!
Fancy meeting you here.
- [Michelle] Hello.
- I've seen you everywhere and
I still don't know your name.
I'm Linda.
- Oh, Michelle.
Nice to officially meet you.
- Likewise.
I love this place.
They have the greatest
matcha lattes.
- I know, right?
It's one of my favorite spots.
- You know what?
I'm gonna grab one and join you.
Do you want anything else?
- Oh, no that's really okay.
I'm actually in the middle of...
[upbeat music]
[Linda sighs]
[Michelle chuckles]
- I love Cindy's class.
I've seen you somewhere else.
- Moksha Yoga.
- Right.
I thought you looked familiar.
[Michelle chuckles]
I love this place.
- Yeah, yeah it's a great
place to get work done.
It's really quiet.
- What are you working on?
What do you do?
- Oh, I'm an interior designer.
- Fancy, I love furniture.
- Yeah, it's pretty great.
- You can make a
living doing that?
- So far, yeah.
People seem to like my taste.
- You must be talented.
- Oh [chuckles].
- Oo, I love that couch.
- Yeah, I like that, too.
- Is that your boyfriend?
- Husband.
- Wow.
- Yeah.
- You're married?
- Mm hm.
- Oh, you seem too young to
be married but I guess not.
- Oh [laughs].
Well, it's been a year.
- Oh.
- Yeah.
- How's it goin'?
- Pretty good so far.
We're tryin' to start a family.
- Oh.
- Yeah.
- That could be hard.
- Yeah, yeah, it can be.
- What?
- Oh, nothing.
- You were gonna say something.
- No, well, I
mean, I don't know.
We're just, we're
at that phase now
where we're trying
to have a baby and--
- Yeah.
- It's, yeah.
- And?
- And, you know, it's just
a big, it's a big step.
- Yeah.
- You're not sure you're ready?
Or he's not sure?
[Michelle chuckles]
- It's just a, it's
just a big decision.
I, God, I do not know why I'm
telling you this but it's,
it's a big step and
I just, I don't know,
I feel a little
resistance or something.
I don't know.
- Yeah.
- I don't know.
- No, that's, that's,
I get it, right?
I get it.
- Yeah.
- I mean, marriage
is a big commitment
but you can still leave.
But once a kid
enters the picture,
that's the point of
no return, right?
- It's true.
- Yeah.
You have to be careful.
- I think I'm just
being paranoid.
- Well, that could
be a good thing.
You have to be sure.
- Yeah.
- You know what I think?
- What?
- I think you should
decorate my house.
- [Michelle] I should?
- Mm hm.
[Michelle laughs]
What's your rate?
I will pay you double.
- Oh no, no, that's okay.
- Triple.
- Oh, well that's some very--
- Quadruple.
No, I'm not.
I'm joking, I can't.
- That's very generous, yeah.
- Oh come on.
- Well, I gotta think about it.
I am working on this
project right now and--
- Well, you could come by
right now and take a look.
I live really close.
- I really do have work to do.
- Oh my gosh, I need
you and my house,
it looks like I just moved in
and I've been there for years.
It'll be fun.
- I...
- It'll be a great
excuse to procrastinate
on this work that
you don't wanna do.
[Michelle laughs]
- That's true.
[Linda laughs]
[Michelle laughs]
- Okay, why not?
[Linda gasps]
- Yay!
- Okay, yay.
- Oh goodie.
Mm, let's go.
- Okay.
- It's just down here.
- Okay.
- Aw, cute baby.
- Thanks.
- Cunt.
- What?
- Oh, I'm just kidding [laughs].
- Oh.
- So do you live close by?
- Yeah I actually live
only 10 minutes away.
- Oh, cool.
- Yeah.
- Take a picture
it'll last longer!
God, I hate when men gawk.
- Yeah.
- Oh, I'm right over here.
- Okay.
[car beeps]
Oh, I thought you said
you live close by?
- Oh, I do, I just hate walking.
I'm lazy.
- Oh, okay [laughs].
[gentle upbeat music]
I love this neighborhood.
- Me too.
[Michelle chuckles]
[Linda laughs]
[engine rumbling]
[gentle music]
So why do you think your husband
doesn't wanna have a baby?
- Oh, I mean I didn't say that.
I'm just not sure.
- Have you talked
to him about it?
- No.
[gentle music]
[engine rumbling]
I'm not good at broaching
uncomfortable subjects.
I guess I'm always worried
that I'm gonna create
a problem where this
isn't one, you know?
What about you?
Are you married?
- No.
No, I'm seeing someone
but it's nothing serious.
I used to get so hung
up on guys like ah!
Like why isn't he calling
me and [grumbling].
And now I just refuse to let
a man dictate my happiness.
I'm over it.
[gentle music]
- I envy that.
I always care so much about
what other people think.
- Oo, you should talk
to the vegetables.
- Huh?
- I had this therapist
once who told me
that I cared too much what
other people thought of me.
So, she said I should
go to the grocery store
and just start talkin'
to the vegetables.
You know, like oh,
hello cantaloupe.
You look very handsome today
like use an accent of whatever.
[Michelle laughs]
[Linda laughs]
- And did that work for you?
- Not really.
She was a shitty therapist.
- [Michelle] Oh, really?
- Oh my God, yeah.
It turns out she
wasn't even licensed.
She was like some
new age-y bullshit.
- Whoa.
- Like, yeah.
[Linda laughs]
- Honestly I'm probably
just creating drama.
- [Linda] Oh man, I love drama.
[tires squealing]
- Oh [laughs]!
[birds chirping]
[keys jingling]
- Hey, I want you to have this.
- Oh, why?
- This stupid little
hammer helped me
through the hardest
years of my life
and now I want you
to have it to help
you hammer through your shit.
- Oh, well thank you.
I can't, I can't
accept that though.
It clearly means a lot to you.
- No, I don't need it anymore.
Here, catch.
- Oh, okay.
[gentle music]
[birds chirping]
- Ta da!
- Oh, wow.
You have a lot of magazines.
- Yeah, I like to do collages.
So, can you see yourself
spending a lot of time here?
- Well, I gotta finish
this other project first
but I'll see where I'm at.
- I just need some
help getting organized.
Let me give you a tour.
- Should I take off my shoes?
- Oh don't bother.
My place is dirty.
- [Michelle] Okay.
- This is the living room.
[Michelle chuckles]
This is where I
watch my stories.
The couch is small but it's
big enough just for me.
I love this fireplace.
It doesn't work but
I think it's cozy.
- Oh, I didn't even
ask if you have kids.
Is that your son?
- No but I painted it.
- Oh, cool, you paint.
- Yeah.
These are my horses.
I love my horses.
They're my spirit animal.
- Did you make that too?
- No, I only made some of them.
Okay, so this is
the dining room.
I call this the power room
because I'm in a power
struggle with my neighbors.
I don't wanna get curtains,
they don't wanna get curtains.
It's a standoff.
I bought that to
remind me of the person
I used to be and to
see how far I've come.
That's why I could give
you the little hammer.
The symbol lives with me.
I'm hoping to build the
design around that piece.
Do you think that's possible?
- Yeah, totally.
- Oh, I'm so glad!
[Michelle chuckles]
Okay, let's go into the kitchen.
Right this way.
This is the kitchen.
Nothing too fancy.
Have a seat.
- [Michelle] Oh, cool magnets.
- Thank you.
They keep me motivated.
Let's have a drink.
- Water's good for me.
- No, something more festive.
What do I have?
I make the best Cape Cod's.
I make them with tequila.
- I'm actually okay.
- Oh, it'll be fun.
I used to be a bartender.
Come on, you know you want one.
- Maybe just a small one.
- Great.
[door creaking]
- Can I use your bathroom?
- Oh, sure.
It's right down the steps.
[gentle music]
- Fuck.
How do I get out of this?
[gentle music]
[Michelle sighs]
[keyboard keys clacking]
[gentle music]
[text message whooshing]
[gentle music]
Oh, fun.
- See?
I told you.
I'm fun.
- Cheers.
[glasses clinking]
Oh, these are beautiful glasses.
- Thank you.
They're a family heirloom.
- Oh.
- Cheers.
[Michelle chuckles]
I wanna cheer you up.
You seem sad.
- Oh [chuckles], I'm
really okay but thank you.
That's really sweet of you.
- [Linda] Look at the straw.
- Let's see, liquid therapy.
Aw, that's good.
- You don't have to put
on a brave face for me.
- Aw, no.
I'm really, I'm really okay.
So, when would you wanna
get this process started?
[Linda sighs]
- I know, right?
I've been trying to get this
place put together for years.
What about you?
Your place must be amazing.
- Yeah, I mean, you
know, it's pretty nice.
- So do you do most
of the decorating
or does your husband help?
How does that work?
- I mean, it's more my
wheelhouse you know?
He's not very good at it
[laughs] to be honest.
Aw, are these your grandparents?
- No.
- Oh.
[glasses clinking]
You know, I really
shouldn't drink before noon.
It's not really, I
don't really do this.
- Come on, that's not fair
if I get tipsy and you don't.
Don't be such a bummer.
- Okay.
Why not [chuckles]?
I just, I'm sorry.
I really have to go.
I've been here so long already.
- Come on, I just want
you to have a sip.
Just a sip.
I want you to try it.
[Michelle exhales]
[Michelle chuckles]
Go ahead, here, have a sip.
- No!
[glass shatters]
[gentle music]
[Michelle gasps]
[gentle music]
[Michelle panting]
I'm so sorry.
- That glass has been in
my family for generations.
- [Michelle] It was a reflex.
- I just wanted
you to have a sip.
- Listen, I feel
really terrible.
How can I make that up to you?
- We could watch a movie.
- What?
- I love watching
movies in the afternoon.
It's like playing hooky.
- I, I'm sorry but
I really have to go.
- I get it.
Why would you wanna hang
out with a weirdo like me?
- What?
You're not a weirdo.
- Then stay.
We could watch a movie and talk
about relationships
and boys, gossip.
It'll be fun.
- Okay.
- Goodie.
[upbeat music]
- That's good.
Okay, come back to me now.
I'm just gonna spin you out
and I want you to come
back to me all right?
Out and back.
Come back to me.
[Linda laughs]
You always gonna
wear that uniform?
- I've got news for you,
I had to sneak out of choir
practice to get here all right?
It wasn't easy
[cellphone chimes]
and it wasn't fun.
- [Girl] Excuse me?
Do either of you
- You're not one
- have change for a 20?
- of those people
who constantly checks their
phone during a movie are you?
- [Girl] Gosh, I don't have
anything smaller than a 50.
- No, no, it can wait.
- [Girl] Leila, have fun.
It was a waste of
time all right?
Let's get back to work.
[cellphone chimes]
When you gonna live
your life right
- You almost dropped
me in the lift,
you distracted me
during my solo.
- Why don't you shut up?
- Woo hoo!
[girls laughing]
Girls just wanna,
they just wanna
- Wow.
That movie gets better
every time I watch it.
- It was my first
time seeing it.
- Shut up.
Oh my God, I had no idea.
What did you think?
- It was cool, it was
very 80s, you know?
I liked it.
- A lot of people don't realize
it was Shannen
Doherty's first movie.
- Oh, really?
- Yeah.
So wait, wait, wait.
We need a debrief.
Okay, so what do you think
the message of the film was?
- Follow your dreams.
- Right?
You've gotta follow your dreams.
I really believe that.
- Yeah.
- No matter what shit
life throws at you,
you have to keep following
your dreams no matter what.
Don't forget that.
- I won't, I won't forget that.
I promise.
- What is it with
your generation and
checking your phone?
- I'm sorry I am expecting
a text from somebody.
- You can't go two seconds
without checking it.
- Well, I use this for work.
I have to--
- It's compulsive.
[Michelle gasps]
- Oh my God, I am so sorry.
- Uh, that's fine.
That's fine, don't
worry about it.
My contract was up anyway.
I just, I should get going.
- No, I need to find a
way to make this better.
I think I have an
old phone upstairs.
- You know what?
It's okay.
Don't worry about it.
- Oh come on.
It's not like it's
a family heirloom,
let me find you another phone.
- [Michelle] These
things happen.
It's really fine.
- Will you just wait, please?
I'll get you another phone.
I'm sorry, it was an accident--
- Linda, it's okay.
I'm not mad.
I just need to go now.
- [Linda] I feel
like you are mad.
- I promise I'm not.
- Then let's have some tea.
- [Michelle] Another time.
- We could talk about boys.
- [Michelle] Get off of me.
- Please, stay!
- Seriously?
Get off!
[Buddha thuds]
[Michelle grunts]
No one has a shiny heart
[gentle music]
["The Story of my Love"]
I had a dream, that
dream came true
And that dream
was only of you
I dreamed of a night so bold
Ever since I was
five years old
It was you
Oh my nightly stars
It was you
You're the one I need
It was you
That's the story of my love
It was you
- Hello?
That's the story of my love
I had to cry a million tears
Na, na, na, na, na, na, na
When I thought
I lost you dear
Na, na, na, na, na, na, na
You really fill my
heart with anger and
[button clicks]
[Michelle panting]
[door unlatches]
- Hey.
- What happened?
- You fainted.
Maybe you are pregnant.
- Why did you lock me in here?
- Well, things got
off to a rocky start
and I wanted you to
rest undisturbed.
- I don't feel right.
- Well, you hit your
head pretty hard.
- When did I faint?
- Put a pin in that.
I'll be right back.
- No, wait, Linda, no.
No wait.
[Michelle panting]
Oh, fuck.
[Michelle panting]
[gentle music]
[window creaking]
[Michelle groaning]
[gentle music]
[birds chirping]
- Hey.
Let's just take it to the mat.
- You know what?
It's really okay.
There's no hard feelings.
I forgive you.
I'm just gonna go.
- Oh, I can't let you leave
if you're angry at me.
- I'm not angry, really.
I'm just gonna leave.
- I'm gonna heat up
some homemade kombucha.
It's my cure all for everything.
- No, no I don't
wanna drink anything.
- What?
Why not?
- 'Cause I don't trust you
and I just wanna leave.
- What?
- I'm sorry, that
came out wrong.
I just think you
might need some help.
- [Linda] What?
- Or sorry.
- What do you mean?
- Sorry.
I mean--
- Say it.
- I think you're having
some kind of break down.
- What?
- I don't, I'm sorry,
I just, I just woke up
and I don't know what's going on
and you're kinda scaring me so--
- I'm scaring you?
- I don't think you're
doing it on purpose.
I think you're
just really lonely.
I came became because
I felt bad for you.
I don't know why I'm
telling you all of this.
I'm sorry.
- I thought you liked the movie.
- I did.
I'm sorry.
I didn't mean that.
- It's okay.
I'll be right back.
- No, no, Linda.
No, Linda, fuck, no [sobs].
[lock clicks]
Linda, just open the door, okay?
[Michelle panting]
I know you're there I
didn't hear you walk away.
Listen, just, let's
just talk about this.
We're friends remember?
Linda open the fucking door!
[Michelle sobbing]
- [Linda] What?
- Linda?
I didn't faint did I?
[Michelle panting]
How did I hit my head, Linda?
Did you push me?
- It was an accident.
You wanted to leave me.
I didn't mean to hurt you.
- I believe that's true.
Why don't you just open the door
and we can just talk about it?
- Hm, I don't know.
Are you gonna try
to leave again?
- Yes.
- [Linda] I knew it.
- Linda, I feel weird.
Did you give me something?
- Maybe.
- Why did you do that?
- [Linda] It's not
gonna hurt you.
It's not poison or anything.
It's just gonna make it
so you can't lie to me.
[Michelle panting]
- Why did you drug me, Linda?
- Because nobody ever
tells me the truth.
- [Michelle] I think all that
you need is someone to talk to.
So why don't you just open
the door and we'll talk, okay?
- We can talk like this.
- But it'll be so much better
if we're face to face, right?
- I guess.
- When was the last time you had
a really good
conversation with someone?
I think that what you really
need right now is a friend.
So, just open the door and
we'll talk like good friends.
- Are you gonna try to leave?
- Yes.
- I knew it.
[Michelle panting]
- I have to leave at
some point, right?
[floorboards creaking]
[pensive music]
[dramatic music]
[women grunting]
[door slams]
[doorknob rattling]
[dramatic music]
[lock clicking]
[Michelle panting]
[pensive music]
- Michelle?
Michelle, you can't get out.
I've got this place
secured against
any potential
intruders or rapists.
[pensive music]
[Michelle panting]
Michelle, are you hiding?
[pensive music]
You don't need to hide.
We can just talk about it.
God, remember talking?
No one talks anymore.
Everyone is so fucking fake.
You're just like everyone else.
Everyone just says
what you wanna hear.
Everything is just
text, text, text.
I have had it Michelle.
I have really had it.
I used to be popular.
I mean I had friends.
In high school I
was fucking popular.
Everyone wanted to be me.
I was pretty enough
to be a fucking model!
Michelle [sobbing]?
Now I can't even get
people to call me back!
[pensive music]
I am so sick of all
these fake friends.
Michelle, I just, I just wanna
have a girl's day, you know?
Do our nails, have facials.
I just wanna talk about boys!
[hammer thuds]
[Michelle screams]
[gentle music]
[birds chirping]
- Hey Linda, what you up to?
- Just practicing
some self defense.
A lady's gotta stay safe.
- Who's there with ya?
- A friend.
- Hey Micky.
[Michelle choking]
I wouldn't wanna run into
you two in a dark alley.
[Linda laughs]
Well, happy practice.
- [Linda] Thanks.
[Michelle choking]
[Michelle gasping]
[foot thuds]
[pensive music]
[Michelle groans]
[Michelle panting]
- Why are you doing this to me?
Why did you drug me?
What do you want me to tell you?
- What is it that you
have that I don't?
- I don't know, sanity?
- What did you say?
[Linda screams]
[gentle music]
[door slams]
Michelle, what the fuck
do you think you're doing?
Come on, don't be
such a little pussy.
Why don't you just come out
and we can have a conversation
like two grownups?
Michelle, do you see
any weapons in there?
- [Michelle] No.
- I know.
Why don't we play a board game?
- You're fucking crazy.
- Well, I guess you better
get comfortable in there.
[gentle music]
- If I play your board
game will you let me go?
- Maybe if you win.
[gentle music]
- Do you promise?
- Well what do I get if I win?
[gentle music]
- What do you want exactly?
- If I win you have to
make a prank phone call.
No, you couldn't even
tell a lie if you wanted.
If I win you have to
do a dirty double dare.
- Oh God.
Fine, okay.
I'm gonna open the door.
[gentle music]
- I loved playing
boardgames when I was a kid.
I kept them all.
This one is my
absolute favorite.
It's called Party Hunks.
Now, the object of the
game in Party Hunks
is to get to the party
with as many hunks
as possible without your
dad calling you a slut.
I'm kidding about that
part but not really.
There is a dad character
and he can send
you to your room or
even worse ground you
and then you'll never
get to the party.
Okay, who do you wanna be?
I get to be Kimberly.
She's the blond.
- Is that my wedding ring?
- What?
Okay, and then there's Brandy.
She's the fun redhead.
Or Sloane, the
stuck up brunette.
And there's also Sam.
She's got short
hair and is a tomboy
and everyone calls
her the lesbian.
No one wants to ever be her.
- I'll be Sam.
- You're no fun.
Okay, and then
there's the hunks.
Here are the hunks.
Dylan, he's a jock.
And Michael, he's a poet.
He's really sensitive.
Oh, there's also Chad
but he's off limits.
He's mine.
- Is that a rule?
- No it's just how
I play the game.
- Okay.
- Ew, you picked a dork.
Let me finish.
Okay, this is Nigel.
He's good at math
and wears glasses,
and then there's
Abraham, he's religious.
And there's Billy Ray.
He's from the wrong
side of the tracks.
His family is poor.
So, you start the game
off with 50 kisses
and the object of
the game is to get
to the party with the
most amount of kisses
so you don't end up with
a loser at the party.
Okay, I'll let you go first.
[dice rattling]
Oo, you got a
babysitting square.
Okay, babysitting
squares are good
because the dad has to drive
you home and you get 30 kisses.
- Okay my turn.
[dice rattling]
One, two, three, four, five,
six, seven, eight, nine, 10.
Oh, I landed on a ride square.
It's not as good as
a babysitting square
but I can trade kisses
to hitchhike to the mall.
- I got a video clue.
What does that mean?
- Oo, you're gonna love
the video clue.
[upbeat music]
- Oh, hi sweetheart.
How's it goin'?
- [Linda] Good.
- That sounds wonderful.
Say, do you have any
big plans for tonight?
- [Linda] We're gonna
go to the party.
- Well, you better
get your chores done.
I mean you know how
your father gets.
- So, do you wanna
talk about boys?
- Sure, if you want to.
- Why don't you tell me
about the guy you're seeing.
- I'm seeing a man but he's
also seeing some other nobody.
- You're in an
open relationship?
- Yeah, not by choice.
- Well, shouldn't
you be with someone
who only wants to be with you?
- That's not very nice.
- Well, it's the truth.
- I guess.
Your turn.
- Okay.
- Oo, you get to pick a hunk.
Pick a hunk.
No, that's Chad, that's mine.
Pick another.
Oo Dylan!
You get to go to the party.
Put him in the party.
- [Michelle] Woo hoo.
- Woo hoo.
So you were saying earlier that
you think your marriage
is falling apart?
- I didn't say that.
- But you said you were worried
your husband doesn't
wanna have a baby.
- I don't wanna talk about this.
- Oh, come on.
You said you would
talk about boys.
- This is my marriage, not boys.
- Same diff.
So, you were saying that he's
keeping secrets from you,
he's feeling distant?
- I never said that.
- But you feel it, right?
Is this something
that just started
or have you felt this all along?
- Mm, all along [sighs].
Last week he went to see
somebody and I don't know who
it was and I don't know
why it bothers me so much.
- But it made you nervous?
- Well, I don't know.
I don't know if
he's drinking or...
I just, if he's going
through something
I just wish he would
talk to me about it.
- I don't know.
If it was me I think
it would be hard
for me to tell someone I don't
wanna have a baby with 'em.
- Do you really think that's it?
- Maybe and maybe
he smells your fear
and is starting to doubt you.
Or maybe he just doesn't
wanna have a kid with you.
But I guess you already
knew that, right?
- Maybe, I don't know.
- Isn't it nice to just
have an honest conversation?
I feel like everyone is
always putting on this front.
- This isn't honest.
You have a clear
advantage over me.
- Oh, don't worry about me.
I'm an open book.
Your turn.
Oh no, you got a pimple.
- Does that mean I have
to go back to my room?
- No, but if you get
two more pimple cards
you officially have
acne and that's
gonna cost you a lotta kisses.
I mean, you might end up with
a loser or even worse an STD.
- [Michelle] Those can't
really be the rules.
- I might've made up a few.
- So do you love this guy?
- Yeah, no, I don't know, maybe.
- Well, how do you do it?
How do you stay strong knowing
he's with somebody else?
- I have my ways.
- Well, what are they?
- The trick is is to never
let them under your skin.
You always have to
have the upper hand.
It's a game, you see?
It's about who's in control,
who's in charge and who's not.
- That doesn't sound
like love to me.
- Oh, I'm a romantic
that's for sure.
I mean, that's why I have
to be good at the game.
My heart always
gets me in trouble.
- Yeah, I can relate to that.
[gentle music]
- You ever stop to think
why he's pulling away?
- How do you mean?
- Well, maybe he's
just not right for you.
I mean, maybe you're
too young for him.
You could be missing
out on your soulmate
because you're settling for
someone who's just not a match.
- Yeah.
- Two, three, four, five.
[upbeat music]
- I'm so psyched for
this party tonight.
- You can say that again.
- Hey babes, you're
all stone cold foxes.
- Will you be at the party?
- Yeah.
- [Hunks] See you there.
- I do have those thoughts.
- You have?
- Constantly like rapid fire.
And what good are they?
They just keep me
from being present.
It's like my insecurity
gets in the way.
- You are insecure.
- I mean it's just in my
head and I make it a reality.
He's not a mind reader.
I'm just too scared
to talk to him,
to show him who I really
am, how much I love him.
[Michelle chuckles]
Of course we're right for
each other [chuckles].
I mean, if he didn't
wanna be with me
then he wouldn't be with me.
[Michelle laughs]
[gentle music]
- Are you thinking
about leaving now?
Boys are a head fucked species.
- What do you mean by that?
- It's all a bunch of build
me up buttercup bullshit
and then they just let
you down, you know?
I just want someone
to be real with me,
tell me where I stand,
just be straight with me.
Instead it's just
like they just say
what they think I
wanna hear so they
can eat their cake
and eat it too.
It's crazy making.
- What is?
- Sex.
It complicates everything.
- Sometimes.
- I mean, you can't just tell me
you don't love me anymore
and then fuck me
like it's a religion.
That's not fair.
- No, it's not.
- Right?
- I'm sorry that
happened to you.
- It's okay.
- No, it's not okay.
No one should play with
someone's emotions like that.
It's cruel.
- It really hurt.
- Yeah.
[gentle music]
- Linda?
- Yeah?
- Are you gonna let me go?
- I don't think so.
[Linda screams]
[dramatic music]
[Michelle thuds]
[Michelle grunting]
[dramatic music]
[women yelling]
[dramatic music]
[piano keys chiming]
[women yelling]
[Michelle grunts]
[Linda grunting]
[Michelle groaning]
[gentle music]
[bell tolling]
[Michelle grunting]
[gentle music]
[Linda yells]
- Fuckin' get over my dead body.
[women grunting]
[gentle music]
- Hey, hey!
[gentle music]
[Michelle panting]
[Michelle screams]
[gentle music]
[Michelle panting]
[Michelle groaning]
[Linda groaning]
[Michelle thuds]
- [Linda] Fine, make
yourself comfortable.
[gentle music]
You say
I only hear what I want to
And you say
I talk slow all the time
And I thought what
I felt was simple
And I thought that
I don't belong
Now that I am leavin'
Now I know that I
did somethin' wrong
'Cause I missed you
Yeah, I missed you
[dramatic music]
You say
I only hear what I want to
I don't pay attention
I don't listen hard
to those things
That you're runnin'
from anyhow, anywhere
I don't understand
if you really care
I only hearing negative
No, no, no, bad
So I turn the radio on
I turn the radio up and this
woman was singin' my song
Lovers in love but
the other ran away
Lover is crying 'cause
the other won't stay
And some of us
hover when we weep
Or they hover
when they're dying
Since the day they
were born, yeah
Well, this is not that
I think that I'm
throwing but I'm thrown
And I thought
I'd live forever
And now I'm not so sure
You try to tell
me that I'm clever
But that won't take me
anyhow or anywhere with you
You said that I was naive and
I thought that I was strong
I thought hey I can
leave, I can leave
But now I know
that I was wrong
'Cause I missed you
Yeah, I missed you
You said you called
me 'cause you want me
One day you let me go
You try to give
away a keeper
Or keep me 'cause you know
you're just so scared to lose
You say
I only hear what I want to
You say
[Michelle gasping]
I'm sorry you had to
find out this way.
I guess you're pretty
mad at me, huh?
- So, what is this?
Are you tellin' me to
stay away from your man?
- I hadn't really
planned this far ahead.
I kinda just wanted
to hang out with you.
- And now you're gonna
kill me or something?
- No, I never planned
on killing you.
But why did you have to
be such a fucking bitch?
- I'm a bitch?
You fucking drugged me.
- That's because you're all
a bunch of liars, all of you.
It's just me, me, me.
Snapchat, Instagram Story,
oo selfie, selfie, me.
Never text me back,
well fuck you too.
- I see.
- What do you see?
- Robert never slept with you.
You're just some
sad delusional woman
who's obsessed with a
man she can never have.
[Linda imitates buzzer blaring]
- Wrong.
We fucked right
here just last week
when you were having
drinks with Kelly.
- Well congratulations,
you're a great stalker.
- He has a birthmark on his
ass that looks like Sisley,
he's allergic to
cashews and he told
me you never go down on
him because of your TMJ.
[Michelle gasps]
[Michelle sobs]
- Well there's no
way he likes you.
- Excuse me?
- Robert would
never give himself
to some whacked out
fucking nut job like you.
[Linda chuckles]
- Oh man.
You would cry if you
knew what I knew.
- I know that you are just
some fucking lonely
pathetic crazy psycho cunt
and I doubt very much that
anyone loves your tragic ass!
- Well I know I'm gonna
break your God damn neck.
- I'd like to see you fucking
try you fucked up slut!
[Linda screams]
[Michelle grunting]
- No!
Get off me!
[women grunting]
Na, na, na, na, na, na, na
This is where all
the magic went down.
[Linda imitates moaning]
- Get the fuck off me!
- "Oh Linda, I love you so much.
"You're the only
one for me, Linda."
[Michelle gasping]
[Linda yelling]
Na, na, na, na, na, na, na
You're the one that I adore
Da, da, da, da,
da, da, da, da
[screaming drowns out lyrics]
You're gonna love this.
These are our love cuffs.
Na, na, na, na, na, na, na
[Linda yelling]
- [Michelle] No, no!
- I drew you a bath
you dirty little bitch.
[pensive music]
[water splashing]
[Michelle gasps]
- You're gonna
kill me just 'cause
you're too old to have a baby.
- You don't know
anything about me.
[Michelle screams]
[water splashing]
[pensive music]
[Michelle gasps]
- I know you're
fucking done, Linda.
It only gets worse
for you from here.
It doesn't matter
what you do to me.
Your life is over.
- I have your husband
you dumb bitch!
- He doesn't give a shit
about you and you know it.
- I liked it better when you
were an insecure little mouse!
[Linda panting]
- After everything
you've done to me,
I still feel sorry for you.
Even if you kill me.
That's not gonna change the fact
that you're just an
unlovable fuck up.
Deal with that shit.
- You know, you have
a pretty smart tongue
for a little lady.
It'll look great on my mantle!
[Michelle gasping]
[blood gushing]
[Linda laughs]
[Michelle gasping]
[door bell rings]
[Linda gasping]
[Michelle gasping]
[doorbell rings]
[Michelle gasping]
[Linda gasps]
[gentle music]
- Hey, Linda.
- Oh, you got me flowers.
- [Bobby] Yeah.
- Come in.
Actually, oh.
[lock clicks]
They smell so good.
[Michelle panting]
- Yeah, he look I don't want
you to get the wrong idea.
- What do you mean?
- Well, it's just that I wanted
to get those for you
to just say thank you
for being such an
important part of my life
and I wanted to say that--
- Oh, Bobby.
You are such an important
part of my life.
- No, Linda look, you
gotta let me finish, okay?
What I wanted to say.
[handcuffs clanging]
Is there somebody upstairs?
[dramatic music]
- No, I just have the TV on.
It's shark week.
- [Bobby] Okay.
- Do you wanna go
into the kitchen?
- Oh, actually I can't stay.
[dramatic music]
[handcuffs clattering]
I wanted to come
by and say goodbye.
- Oh, you mean like last week.
Fuck, that was hot.
- Yeah, look, please Linda
let's not do this, okay?
- What do you mean?
- Bobby don't fight this.
You know we're meant
to be together.
You know--
- No, look Linda, Linda,
I gotta say last week
was a mistake, okay?
- My favorite mistake.
- Okay, look Linda.
[dramatic music]
[Michelle gagging]
I'm married.
- Yeah and you hate her.
- No, I don't.
- You told me.
- When?
When did I ever say
I hated my wife?
- You told me you didn't
wanna have a baby.
- No, I didn't.
I never said that.
When did I say any of this?
- You've been saying
that for years.
- Well, that's exactly my point.
How the fuck was I
supposed to know?
I was a kid.
- You said she wasn't the one.
- Well, she is the one
and I am in love with her
and I am sorry if
that hurts you, okay?
Look, please Linda, look
we had something, okay?
But that was a long time ago.
I was young and you were...
It's just, it's time
that we end this.
- Kiss me or I will
tell her everything.
- No, it is too late for that.
- No, it's not.
- Yes, look calm down.
- What is she gonna want a
two bit chippy liar like you?
- Hey, look I am done blaming
you for all my mistake, okay?
And I am done with lying, okay?
So I'm gonna find Michelle
and come clean with her.
- Oh, right.
You don't have the balls.
She would never forgive you.
- Yeah?
Well, you're
probably right, okay?
But that still doesn't
change the fact
that what we have is done, okay?
- No, uh uh.
- No, why would
you want someone like me, okay?
This is not healthy.
- Because I love you.
Not it's not.
It's everything.
- Look, no, Linda please.
- Please don't leave me, please.
- Stop.
- Please don't go.
- Okay, Linda please.
- I love you so much.
- Enough, no.
- Don't go, I love you.
- Look...
[Michelle groaning]
[dramatic music]
- No, no!
- Don't cry, okay?
- No.
- Yes.
I'm so sorry, okay?
[Michelle gasping]
[dramatic music]
[water splashing]
[dramatic music]
- What the hell is
going on up there?
- It's all her fault!
Everything was fine
until she ruined it!
- No everything was not fine.
- Why?
Just because I can't
have your baby?
- Jesus, look,
goodbye Linda, okay?
- You don't love me.
- What?
- You never loved me.
- That is not true, okay?
You were a very important
piece of my life.
[Linda laughs]
- What a crock of shit!
- Okay, well what about you?
- What about me?
- You think you really loved me?
- Yes, of course I loved you.
It's the only thing I know!
- [Bobby] Really?
- Yes!
- Then why can't you
just be happy for me?
Why can't you just
let me move on?
Why do you have to
control my whole life?
- Because you don't
know any better.
- Well, I do now
and I'm leaving.
- You are such a liar.
- Yeah, you're right I
am and I'm done lying.
- You told me you'd love
me 'til the day you died.
- Okay, Linda I can't
do this anymore.
- You're still alive!
- Okay, calm down!
What's going, ow!
What are you doing?
[Bobby yelling]
[scissors thudding]
Stop, please!
[hammer thudding]
Oh, fuck.
Say something [panting].
["Someday, Someway"]
I can't stand to see you sad
I can't bear to hear you cry
If you can't tell
me what you need
All I can do is wonder why
Someday, someway
Maybe I'll understand you
After all you've done for me
All I really want to do
Is take the love
you brought my way
And give it all
right back to you
Someday, someway
Maybe you'll understand me
You've taken
everything from me
I've taken
everything from you
I've loved you for
my whole life, too
After all you've done for me
All I really want to do
Is take the love
you brought my way
And give it all
right back to you
Someday, someway
Maybe you'll understand me
[gentle music]