I Inside, The (2003) Movie Script

Diazepam, five milligrams
Easy now, Mr. Cable | you're gonna be fine
Just having a nightmare | Let it go Mr. Cable
Whatever it is | you have to let it go
Where am I?
You're in a hospital | Saint Jude's
I'm Doctor Jeremy Newman
I've been assigned | your case
You were admitted | last night
Don't you remember?
That's okay
Perfectly normal after | that kind of trauma
What happened?
Paramedics were called | just after midnight
They found you, right | in front of your house
You had violent choleric | abdominal convulsions
I'm afraid we had to evacuate | your stomach contents
It's just, uh... | I apologize...
I've never had to tell | a patient this before
We're a small hospital | and painfully short-staffed
I'm actually a pediatric | doctor by training so
any bad news | I have to give
usually involves a lollipop
Would you like one?
It's grape
Doctor, please
You died, Mr. Cable
Your heart stopped beating | for nearly two minutes
No, no, it's alright
We resuscitated you | We brought you back
You're good as new | well, practically
So, that's why I'm here
Now, over the next | few days, we'll...
run a series of tests to...
My name is Simon Cable
I was born on | July 4th, 1974
My parents were | Catherine and Leonard
My father owned | a publishing company
my mother ran charities
I have one older brother | Peter
You can ask me anything | I'm...
That's the spirit | This won't take long
Okay, so
Do you remember my name?
Dr. Newman... Justin
Jeremy, that's okay, nobody | around here remembers it anyway
Um, and the date?
It's the...
Uh, have I missed a day?
No, it's Friday
Then it's uh...
God, I've always been | terrible with dates
Well, that, that's okay | don't worry about it
Um, how about the month?
What month do you | think it is?
It's uh, summer, maybe?
How about the year?
Well, last year was 1999
So, this year is 2000
It's the year 2000, right?
Uh, your wife's name?
Simon, this is the | 29th of July
The year is 2002
And your wife | whose name is Anna
is waiting outside
Back that truck out now!
Get these cars out of here!
We're gonna to need | some backup here!
Hey, come out here
Are you alright? | You okay?
Take it easy man, I'm going to | take you on a little trip
You okay? Just hang in there now
Won't be long
- What have we got? | - We got trauma...
Let's move on | Saline, stabilize the heart
Watch your backs
Make it jolly
Help me move
Make that bolder
His name is Simon Cable
One, two, three
Time is twenty hundred hours
He's crashed, he's crashed! | Get the defrib!
Start chest compression
One, two, three, four, five
One, two, three, four, five
One, two, three, four, five
One, two, three, four, five
One, two, three, four, five
One, two, three, four, five
No pulse | Been flat
Get someone from | surgery down here, pedals
One hundred
Clear! No change
Two hundred
Charging! Clear!
There's nothing to explain | Dr. Newman
His Synoptic Cholinesterase | is practically non-existent
I really don't wanna be | discussing this right now
What I need is coffee
Poisonings have | suspicious need
you have to come report it | to the police
that's hospital policy
Let's rule everything out first | that's all I'm saying
Diazepam, five milligrams
Take it easy, Mr. Cable | You're gonna be fine
Just having a nightmare
Let it go Mr. Cable
Whatever it is | you just have to let it go
So what we're looking at here | is Anterior grade amnesia
Basically short term | memory loss
Nothing to get | too worried about
Nothing to get | too worried about?
These episodes usually | sort themselves out
in a couple of days | a couple of weeks
You're telling me that | I've lost two years of my life?
Think of it as if | your life's a puzzle
that's been jumbled up
All the pieces are | still there
We just have to put them | back together
Fit them in the right | order and place
And, honestly, Simon | I love a good puzzle
And I have a wife?
Yeah, these situations are | tough on couples
But your wife will | help us with this
She could be the key
So, if you're | feeling up to it
I'll go and get her
What do you think, Simon?
Would you like me | to get your wife?
God! Simon | I was so scared
I called every hospital | I didn't sleep at all
Give me a break now
The doctor says | I'll be just fine
Oh, my God | What happened to you?
You have no idea | how scared I was
For a moment I actually felt | what it would be like
if you weren't in my life | I just completely lost it
You know | it was kind of pathetic
What's the matter? | Are you hurting?
Dr. Newman hasn't told you | what's happened to me, has he?
Now you're | freaking me out, Si
I've lost my memory
I can't remember anything | about the past two years
I don't even know | how I got here last night
And I don't know | who you are
What are you doing, Simon?
Telling you the truth
I'm sorry
I don't know you, at all
You're serious?
With everything | that's happened
This is how you're | going to tell me?
Wait a second | I don't think you understand
- Are you crazy, Simon? | - I don't know what happened
I have nothing left
Wait! Please!
Whoa, Mr Cable Whoa, stop
Stop her!
- Stop who? | - My wife!
- There's no one here | - What Are you talking about?
No aerobics for at least | a week, Simon
Dr. Newman, will you please | Stop My wife?
Stop her? | She's not going anywhere
You have to tell her | what's happened to me
- I have, Simon | - No, you haven't!
Yes, he has Simon
Thank God, you're okay
The kids I work with can't | get enough of these things
I love watching their | eyes light up
when they finally | put it all together
It's just amazing
Anyway, in order to recover | what you've lost, Simon
We need to find | two points in time
and join them
So, let's begin with the last memory | you can recall two years ago
Can you tell us | what happened last night?
I wasn't with you | last night
He has no memory | of any of it
Your role, Anna | will be to help him
put his life back together
Our life
- It was our life | - Of course
Last night I was at home
You were up here | I don't know what happened
- I must have been visiting Peter | - Peter?
Peter is my brother | He lives up here
He moved into our parent's | estate after my mom died
We don't really | get along, but...
That's the only reason | I'd be up here, right?
Simon, honey | Peter's dead
Peter died before we met
There's no fucking way
I was going to see him | just last night
You didn't see | Peter last night
He means his last night | The last night he can remember
There was rain
and this light
Then everything 's quiet
No rain | No light, just...
Oh, gosh, he's talking | about the car accident
Just this empty void
And I'm lost in it
It happened right | before we met, Simon
I don't know that much
Just that you were up | here to see Peter
I don't even know why
You never used to like | to talk about your brother
There was a fight over | their father's estate
maybe you read about it
Anyway after the accident
This is the hospital you were | taken to, I know that much
Wait a minute | I was here before?
I really need a cigarette
So, we have our two moments | Simon
Both were accidents | both led you to St Jude's
I can't remember
It doesn't make sense
None of this makes | any fucking sense
Two days ago | you came up here
to close up your | parents' house
It's been sitting here | for two years, ever since...
Anyway, you finally | agreed to let it go
You were going | to pack up the furniture
fix some of the fixtures | finish the old staircase and
Not really, it's a gorgeous place | but it's falling apart
No, No, what I mean is
well, one or two of Simon's | enzyme counts are lower than | normal
But I thought you said | I was okay
I said practically, kid
But your lower enzymes | are an indication
that somehow your | bloodstream was poisoned
Are you saying someone | tried to poison him?
I'm not trying | to say anything
But it's highly possible
that your condition was | caused by fumes
from certain cleaning | solutions or varnishes
trapped in an enclosed space
- So now what? | - Well, you'll be fine
We've got you an atropane
We'll reactivate your | cholinesterase
with one of the doximes
The sooner you can eat | something, the better
I've scheduled an MRI
to make sure that | everything is A okay
So, if you'll excuse me
I'm sure you've seen enough | of me to last you a lifetime
I'll check back in | with you in a few...
You can drop the pretense now | you smug fuck
My God, I knew you were | a good liar
but this performance | is unbelievable!
I don't know what the hell | you're talking about
Then I'd pay | closer attention
Don't think you're going to win | this little game of yours
because I'm a much better | player than you are
This is about her | isn't it?
Do you think | I'm that blind?
Is she really worth this? | All of it?
Who are you talking about?
I'm talking about you
A rich little daddy's boy | in way over his head
This would actually be sad | if you weren't so pathetic
Wait! | You said Peter was dead
Of course he's dead | You killed him
Knock knock, Mr. Cable | it's time for your MRI
What happened?
Ask him | sleep well, honey
You... Hey!
Come on, home boy
I'm gonna take you | on a little trip
This isn't happening
Man, I didn't think | you could get any whiter
but you look like | you've seen a ghost
You have to lie here
What'd make someone | wanna kill a nice
all-American dude | like you?
Who said what? Relax, man | It's just a rumor
Everyone talks about | everything around here
Especially Nurse Clayton | Arms down, please
Nobody was trying | to kill me
It was just chemical | I was using on the stairs
Right, yeah | Fumes must've got to you
Keep your head still
Anyway, my point is this | everybody dies
No mystery there
But why and how | everyone dies?
That is a mystery | we would solve
Probably the biggest | mystery there is
Man, you're not | making any sense
I'm not the one who can't | remember what year it is
- What's your name? | - Travis
Straps, too tight?
Travis, are you going out of | your way to make me nervous?
Hell no, if I wanted | to scare you
I'd just tell you about | the number of tumors
these machines cause
You hang tight now
I don't wanna be around | when this thing starts leaking
I mean scanning
Dr. Newman will be right along | See you later
Thanks, Travis
Hey! You, in there
Who is it?
Doctor Newman?
I know this sounds ridiculous | but I've got this...
terrible itch on my nose
Who is there?
Hey, I don't suppose | you can unstrap me for...
What are you doing?
My name is Simon Cable
You want to check | the chart or something?
I don't think I need that!
Get off me | Get the fuck off me!
Somebody! Somebody help me!
Somebody help me!
Sweet Jesus
What the hell just happened?
What are you, some kind of | a lunatic or something?
Who's that?
This is a hospital pal | not a nuthouse!
Oh, hey Doc! | Glad you could make it
We got a live one here
- How did I just get here? | - Just get into bed, Mr Cable
You shouldn't be up | and about, not yet
Who are you?
Someone just tried | to kill me
- Yeah, Wacko! | - Mr Travitt, enough
Giving him some positive | reinforcement, Doc
This is Saint Jude's | hospital
Do you know | why you're here?
I was just in the MRI room | I was strapped down mister...
No, Mr. Cable, you were admitted | into this room last night
Now, do you know | why you're here?
I wasn't in this room | last night
I was alone... | in a private room
- No offense taken | - Mr. Cable, look at me
All I want you to do | is to answer my one question
Do you know why you are in | the Saint Jude's Hospital?
Yes, because of the | staircase
See, I just need | to talk to my wife
- Your wife? | - Just find Dr. Newman
He'll know where she is
We don't have a Dr. Newman | on our staff, Mr. Cable
Now, please look, if you | don't calm down I'm...
What do you mean | you don't have a Dr. Newman?
- I was with him all last night! | - Mr. Cable, please!
The doctor who was | here today
A pediatrician
I talked to him | for about a half hour
Mr. Cable, please | Listen to me
You have been unconscious | since your car accident
No, no, it wasn't | an accident
It was poisoning | You must not have been on duty
You've been involved in a | serious road accident
And the trauma has obviously | affected your memory
- A car accident? | - Yeah
And you're lucky | to be alive, actually
- last night? | - Yeah
That's impossible
Swell going, Doc | You calmed him right down
What are you running | away from, Mr. Cable?
What were you | hoping to find?
Your mind's playing tricks | on you Mr. Cable, that's all
- There was No poison? | - No, I'm sorry
And there is no Dr. Newman | on the staff at this hospital
Look, you've been | unconscious
so the oxygen supply | throughout your system
- What's the date? | - What?
The date today?
- July 29th, why? | - And the year?
- The year? | - Yeah, What year is it?
So you're telling me
that it's the year 2000 | and I've been in a car accident
That I wasn't poisoned
and there is no | Doctor Newman
Yeah, that's right
What about my wife?
- Your wife? | - Yeah, My wife
Actually, your admission | papers have you down
as being single, | Mr. Cable
Okay, I've just spent | the entire day
wandering this hospital
talking to a Dr. Newman | My wife, a mystery woman
Orderly named Travis
now, you want me to believe | that none of this happened?
You want a cup of coffee?
I'm not crazy | I can't be
I don't doubt you believe | what you believe, Mr. Cable
The mind is a remarkable thing
Perhaps your mind is | showing you
something you need to see
So being poisoned | and nearly murdered
This is what I need | to see?
It's not for me to say
I have been in this | hospital before
But two years from now
This is not my mind playing | tricks on me, this happened
And this is where you met | a Dr. Newman
and an orderly named Travis?
Yes, will meet
You know, it's possible | you could be suffering
from a preoccupied delusion | Mr. Cable
- It wasn't a delusion | - just consider
While you were unconscious | you fabricated a story
then stored it deep | within your memory banks
so that now awake | when you look back on it
it appears as real as | any true memory
It was as real as | these walls, or you
Even when you're unconscious | your senses are alive
You have overheard things
and then incorporated them | into your delusion
You said Travis, the patient | in your room is Travitt
you met a Dr. Newman | I'm Truman
It's like in a dream
You think you heard a siren | and then when you're wake
you realize | it's only your alarm
Hey, wacko, you know | what I've been thinking?
I swear I know you | from somewhere, I mean
Were you anybody | been in the papers or anything?
What about Anna? | Is she also just part of the dream?
Yes, Mr. Cable, I would | venture that she is
I just want to remember | I have to
Sorry to interrupt, doctor
I wanted to bring in | one of my nursing students
to check Mr. Hungout's | vitals if that's okay
That's fine, Nurse Clayton | Go right ahead
Okay, what the hell | was she doing here?
- It's just Nurse Clayton? | - But she was in My dream
Mine, too, hey what's | she wearing in yours?
How are you today?
That's... but you said...
What? What is it?
That's... she's my wife!
Anna have you been here | in the last 24 hours?
No, is everything | okay, Doctor?
Mr. Cable, I need you to | get into bed right now
How could I know her name, huh? | How could I?
I know who you are | I got it
You're the son of that | dead rich guy, aren't you?
You're all in on this
You're all out of your | fuckin' minds!
I know I was here! | I was in this goddamned room!
Tell him you know me!
- A dactyl ten | - Tell him you know me!
Mr. Cable, just come | and sit down, will ya?
- It wasn't a dream! | - I know
- That was real, and this isn't | - just relax
This is bullshit! | What are you doing?
This is for your own good
No! No, please
- That's it | - I'm telling you
You're not real!
Who's there?
What do you want?
What do you want?
Get away from me!
Doctor! | Doctor, doctor, doctor!
- Has to be on the door | - You're gonna hurt yourself
this is around that | goddamn door!
Keep your head still | - Mr. Newton...
- Someone behind that door! | - Nurse?
Please! | He's right there!
- Five milligrams Diazefam | - No, no!
Simon, listen very carefully | to what I'm saying
You've been prescribed | a drug that's known to have
mild psychiatric | side effects
No one in the hospital | who's gonna kill you
There's no one behind the door
Well if you're so sure | then look
Simon, please
Look behind the | fucking door!
Okay I know | Just look behind the door
Not to see if there is someone there
But to prove to me that | there isn't someone there
This will relax you
C ward I'll join you | there in a minute
Don't leave! | Don't you leave me!
Simon, I have other | patients who need me
But they're not | about to die!
Neither are you
And that's a promise
Goddamn you people!
Mr. Cable, please have some | consideration for others
Then get me off this thing
The doctor's orders | were quite clear
Yeah, I know, I know | but I'm claustrophobic
One hand
Yeah, well, it'll keep you | quiet for a moment
but just a moment
Mr. Cable, I am not | going to fight you
What I will do is | call security
Mr. Cable, you're meant | to stay here
until you're ready to...
What are you looking for?
He was here | I know he was
It's 2002
Someone just tried | to kill me
I promise you, kid | that is not true
- Pralidoxime is known | - You're not listening to me
Someone tried to kill me | before the nightmare
just after that orderly | left me
strapped to that | Goddamned machine
You've got to believe me | someone came into the room...
Take it easy, kid
Try and relax | take a breath
Good, okay
Now, I wanna show you | something I think may help
And that's me | waking you up
Keep your head still
No masked intruders | my friend
It was so real | I, I just...
Under the influence of | some psychoreactive drugs
nightmares can be | indistinguishable from reality
It couldn't have been | a nightmare
You saw it | for yourself, Simon
You were all alone | in that room
I know I was here two years | ago, after my accident
See now that's good
I told you to start | remembering
And the quicker | that happens
the quicker you accept | what really happened
The quicker you'll finally | be able to move on
Yeah, but still, I...
it wasn't as if I was | remembering the past
It was as if I was | part of it
I could interact | with the people there
I got it figured out then
Maybe whoever it was that came | after you
was part of your memory too
That's why he never | showed up on the tape
I'll just sit here | and look pretty
Was there ever | a Doctor Truman here?
Truman? | That vaguely rings a bell
Yes, 'cause I remember | nurse Clayton
and uh, and a | patient named Travitt
No shit? There's a | Travitt on the fifth floor
- what? | - Yeah
Heart transplant patient
been waiting here | about two years
May I help you?
I'm just uh... | Iooking up a friend
But it's two o'clock | in the morning
What the fuck are you | looking at?
I'm so glad to see you
Hey, got a cigarette?
No, he hasn't
How you doing, Doc?
Mr. Cable, I think we should | leave Mr. Travitt to sleep
Oh, no
Plenty of time to sleep
when you unplug me | from all this shit
Don't you recognize me?
Grim reaper?
We were in this hospital | together two years ago
They come and they go
Come on, Mr. Travitt | please
- Think back, 2 years | - It doesn't matter
Yes, it does!
I was in this hospital | two years ago I know I was
And he was here with me!
Holy shit, Wacko!
Are you sure, Mr. Travitt?
Abso-fucking-lutely, yeah
this guy almost | shouted the place down
I see they won't let you | escape from this place either
It wasn't a delusion then
I was here two years ago | It was real
This is good | isn't it, doc?
Isn't it?
So you think you're feeling up | to a few more questions?
Simon Cable, born July 4th | 1974
- My name? | - Dr. Newman, Justin?
Jeremy, close enough | And the date?
Is it tomorrow?
Then it's the | 30th of July, 2002
I'm impressed, kid | Who's the President?
Don't worry about it
Let's get you back | down to your room
Is uh, Mr Travitt ever going | to make it out of here?
There's only one inescapable rule | in the game of life, kid
Sooner or later everybody | has to stop playing
Whoops, that's me
I think it'd be better | if you've got some sleep
Thank you, Doctor | I know I haven't been easy
Of course | we're not done with you yet
We have a puzzle | downstairs
that still needs to be | put together
I think I just might | be up for that now
Where have you been?
I've been looking | everywhere for you
I know, I'm sorry
I shouldn't have run off | I just...
It just seemed so cruel | what you were saying
You have to believe me | I'm not making this up
I'm not trying to hurt you
I honestly don't remember | who you are
The doctor swears | my memory will return, but
it just might | take some time
I've got time
I'll help you
If I did something | to hurt you...
My name is Claire
Going down?
Freight elevator's broken | This never happens
This never usually | happens
You're going back up | I assume?
Yeah, we must have | missed our floor
There's one thing | I don't understand
How, how can you and I
- I thought I was... | - You're married
I don't regret it, Simon | Any of it
It was you
Anna knew
No, she didn't | that's impossible
Yes, she did, something | she said, she, she knew
She was pissed
I mean, really pissed
You don't love her, Simon
What we have is | something really amazing
Anna doesn't matter
I know what we were | and what you felt
It's just waiting | to be remembered
Some things just | don't get lost
I don't know | what to believe anymore
I'll come back then
- We'll just take this slow | - Claire, wait!
I love you, Claire
Finally, he says it
Yeah, but don't leave me | out here all exposed
I love you too, Simon
I wish I didn't, but I do
I think this is my favorite | room in the whole house
All these things growing | I could live in here
Back in a minute
Simon, what we just | said to each other
It's serious
I know
I really don't need | this drama, you know?
I don't think | we have a choice
We always have a choice | Simon
I remember...
The sunroom... | You...
I remember loving you
I told you
Some things just | don't get lost
I can't help but | think that
we're paying for | what happened
What do you mean?
I'll come back
Think of me
How about a glass of water? | Since you're up
What the hell | are you doing here?
You're not going to start acting | funny on me, are you?
How the hell did you get down | here? You were just up...
Off we go
- It's the year 2000, isn't it? | - All year
You know, the Egyptians have | these things called calendars
- you might wanna get one | - Mr. Travitt
Will you please stop | pressing that button?
Wacko is flying | high again, Doc
Give him a shot in the ass | with something or break my balls
How are you feeling | right now?
Any dizziness? | Shortness of breath?
I have some difficult | news for you
Concerning your brother
We did everything | we could for him
Is there anyone we can | contact for you?
Your parents or...
No, both our parents | are dead
I don't know what friends | he had up here
The last few years
we didn't really | get together that much
If it makes you feel any better
You donated blood to | your brother last night
What did he need | my blood for?
I needed a transfusion | after the accident
He was with me?
Wait, I, I thought | I had the accident before
H. G. Wells | back from the future
It's been a long night
You're completely loony | you know that, don't you?
So, you want to talk about | horse racing?
Tomorrow morning, they're | going to open me up
and cut out my heart
gonna replace it with | mechanical pump that's
supposed to keep me going until | my transplant comes through
I like playing the horses
I like long shots
I mean, if this is the | last conversation
I'm ever going to have | I'd, I'd like...
Ah, forget it
You're not going to die
So, you're a doctor now?
No, time traveler
Just like you said
I've seen tomorrow | Trust me
You're not gonna die
You feel up to | seeing her now?
And who would that be?
Your brother's fiance
Why not?
Hi, I'm Simon
It's so nice to | meet you
There's no way | you are engaged to him
Not even in my | twisted head
I was just having | some coffee, I...
I wasn't really | looking to get married
Actually, now that | you're here
I do have a couple | of questions for you
Yeah? | About what?
The car accident | last night?
And about your brother
I need you in the ICU | Miss Hathaway
Okay, we can finish | this later
We can finish what later?
Clairee? | Jesus, are you okay?
I've been thinking about you | but every time
It's true about Peter
You were engaged to him?
Oh, my God | How could this be happening?
You were with Peter | and I knew?
Simon, stop, what's | wrong with you?
We were having an affair?
He was my brother, Clairee
- Don't do this, not now | - Well didn't you loved him?
Stop it
Did you ever love him?
Of course I loved him
Things change | You know all this, Simon
And us? Why?
I guess now we have | one of those moments
You know, people are always | talking about them
Something that happened | in the past, so...
A moment that you wish you could | go back to and change
Something you wish you could | have said or done differently
So, would you?
Change what happened?
Wouldn't you?
It's really good | to see you, Si
Was that your | brother's fiance?
What do you want | Miss Hathaway?
You know, you can call me | Anna, if you want
I just want to tell you | something if you had a second
Well, I think you'll like this story | 'cause it's about your brother
I was alone in the ICU | when he woke up
What do you mean | he woke up?
It was really beautiful | you know this one last
fight for life | before he died
Always check the patient's | blood pressure, Mr. Cable?
Nurse Clayton!
Patient has recovered | consciousness! Vitals are dropping!
Simon did this to me
Simon killed me
I left it on by mistake | in my pocket
I hate it when I do that
Do you want some coffee?
No, that's wrong
I would never do anything | to hurt him
Are you sure about that?
What, what does this | even matter to you?
'Cause I think | you're lying
I am not lying
How would you know? | You've been so confused
Not about that
I would know | if I'd killed my own brother or not
See, you're not really | sure, are you?
Why are you doing this?
Truth is anything could've | happened that night
and you wouldn't know it
Who are you? | Who are you?
I guess I'm nobody
Not like you | Rich family, glamorous
I'm just a girl who's
trying really hard | to be seen
Bet you see me now
You're going to | blackmail me
You've gonna blackmail me
I love all those pictures | of you in the magazines
Going to parties | living the life
You're fucking nuts
Won't it be so | nice to be part of it all?
You listen to me | I would never hurt my brother
Do you understand?
If you want, I can go to the police
I'm sure they'd | decide quickly
what you would | or wouldn't do
Would it be okay | if I called you Simon?
You know 'cause | we're going to be
seeing a lot of each other | from now on
You're psychotic!
Wait! | You can't do this!
- I just don't give a fuck | - Not anymore I don't
It's just not going to happen
Come on, man | I just fucking screwed up
You screwed everything up, Simon!
Mom was too easy on you
I'm glad dad didn't live long | to see what you've turned into
You know, I don't have to | listen to that shit anymore
I'm sick of it!
Oh, you're sick? | How do you think I feel?
I'm sick of it!
- Get out of my house! | - Your house?
- Our house! | - It's my house!
Now, get out, Simon | This time you lose!
You can't just | kick me out, Pete
Where the hell | are they going?
Stay away from me!
Stay away from me!
All right, Mr. Travitt | if you have other...
I told you someone | was trying to kill me
I told you, but nobody | wanted to listen
Okay, Mr. Cable
Can't you just let me...
I had no choice
Mr Travitt
No, it's not Travitt | It's that one
The one who was waiting | behind the door
the one that was | trying to kill me
I told you to look!
I told you | to fucking look!
I'm... just let me go
Help me! | Somebody!
Security to second floor | Security to second floor
Don't do this to me! | No, don't do this to me!
- He's in that room | - Alright
In the stairs!
Shit, I'm still here
My God
You killed him
No, this isn't real! | You understand?
This can't be real
Do not move!
- Hey, Cable, My man, slow down | - It's you?
Last time I checked, yeah | You okay?
Come on
Look, I don't want mean to | be outta line or nothing
But you're really starting | to scare me here, you know?
- You okay? | - Wait
Hey! Cable!
Oh, shit
Thank God! | You're alive
Matter of opinion, Wacko
What's the problem? | You look worse than me
Mr. Cable, will you | please leave?
He's alright, see?
He's just fine! | It was just all in my head
Wny don't you go back | down the stairs to your own room
I need you to tell me
about my brother's death | Peter Cable, 2 years ago
I need to know exactly | what happened!
The soup tastes weird
It's the same as yesterday's | Mr Travitt
In fact, it probably | is yesterday's
You were here, I need | to know what happened
Doctor Newman said
you should remember things | at your own pace, Mr. Cable
But I can't! | I'm running out of time!
The soup is too goddamned salty
Like my wife she'd oversalt | the shit out of everything
- I need you! | - Mr. Travitt
I'm sorry the food isn't | up to your standards
but it's the best I can...
Calm down! Calm down! | Calm down, Calm down!
Oh, God, he's | hemorrhaging!
- What is it? | - Gurney now!
And find Newman!
You need to help me!
It's not my fault!
Give me your hands now!
Press here firmly!
Okay, Mr Travitt | both hands!
- There's so much blood | - I didn't mean to do it, I...
Move! Move! Both!
Nurse, get him | some oxygen!
Give me a chest setting | for spreaders!
We're going to have to | hyperventilate
Clear airway
For Christ's sake, I just | told you it was my fault!
I killed him!
This has nothing | to do with you
I killed him!
Let go of my arm | Mr Cable
Okay, please tell me about | Peter Cable, two years ago
Can you page | Dr. Seymour for me, please?
What happened to | my brother?
He was brought in | by the paramedics
I think there were | 3 of you
Human MVAs arrived | We got two
there's one en route
Your brother's injuries | were so severe
Mr Cable, that after surgery
he was hooked up to | life support on the ICU
Where he died
Yeah, I'm sorry
Was nurse Hathaway | in the ICU that night?
Why don't you ask her | yourself?
You know I know | she was here
- Clairee, hospital | - What do you want?
Just wanna make sure that
you're playing by the | rules of the game
I gave into you
You remember
What a surprise
You're completely out of | your fucking mind
you realize that?
See, there's | the old Simon I know
You coming home, honey?
- Not to you | - Want to bet?
You're bleeding
I don't know | what happened
you hit your head | in my memory
And now you're bleeding
I killed Travitt | And now he's dying
Anyway, now that you've made | your breathtaking recovery
are we clear on the terms | of our arrangement?
- It's over | - I will decide when it's over
No, you won't
The thing is, Anna
None of this is | gonna to happen
The thing is, Simon | It happened
And I'm going to | change it
Everything 's going to | be different!
You can't change anything
This isn't going to | end like this!
I won't let it!
Take me back! | One, two, three, four!
That was stupid
I love you, Clairee
Finally, he says it
I love you too, Simon | I wish I didn't, but I do
I think this is my favorite | room in the whole house
All these things growing
I could live in here
Back in a minute
Simon, what we just said | to each other
Serious, I mean | it's really serious
We do have a choice
What are you saying?
I'm saying
As much as I love you | Clairee
He's my brother
I just can't do this | to him
But you can do it to me?
I have to
Peter, wait!
Peter, please | can we talk about this?
I don't want to talk | Clairee
I don't even want to | look at you!
Peter, I...
Claire! Get the fuck out!
Oh shit
Wait! Clairee! | Clairee, wait!
We really need | to talk, Pete
I don't think I have anything | left to say to you, Simon
Peter, please
She was my fiance | Simon!
Nothing happened | between us
You have to believe me | She, she loves you
She's in love with you
- You don't know that | - Simon, I Want you out Of the | house
Pete, I didn't mean for | any of this to happen
You make me sick
You are not ending up | with her
Peter, don't go up there | I made a mistake!
Your whole life's a mistake, Simon! | Mom was too easy on you
I'm glad dad didn't live | long enough to see what you've...
Why is it always | have to be about this?
This is what its about | I'm sick of it!
- Now, get out of my house! | - It's our house!
- It's our... | - It's over, get out Simon
This time you lose!
Wait! Don't! | Don't go out!
Don't go out there!
Jesus! | Hang on, man
Peter, just keep | breathing
You okay?
I'm going to change, man | I promise, I'll be different
I'm gonna get you | to the hospital
You're gonna make it, man
You're going to be | alright, Pete
I'm going to get you | to the hospital
Come on! Just go!
You're going to be | alright, Pete
There won't be an accident
Back that truck up, now!
Caucasian male
lacerations to the head and neck | Possibly thirty years old
Get these cars out of here
Are you alright? | You okay?
Take it easy now man | I'm gonna to take you on a little trip
Back here
A fire in summer?
I wanted a fire | I figured why not
Learning to live | a little
It's really good | to see you, Si
It's good to see you, too
Come here
- Are you okay? | - I don't know
No one says | you have to know
Anyway | I know you like bread
I was thinking how much | I've missed seeing you
Like when we were kids
Oh, God, we used to be up | in that attic for hours
You know Pete, I don't even | remember why we stopped talking
Doesn't matter now
You're here | We're talking
That's all I wanted
I'm not sure I can remember | what happened, Peter
Your memory again?
I just I need to know | what happened
Why do you want to go | over this again?
You fell through | the skylight?
Is that what happened?
I think you know | exactly what happened
It's just too tough | for you to face it
which I can understand
Well, but what about | Clairee?
She was coming back | for you, Simon
You were driving us | from the house
From the cliffs
There's only one road
There was no way | you could have seen
Seen what, Peter?
I can't help but think that | we're paying for what happened
It wasn't supposed | to happen like this
Doesn't matter now
There's only one inescapable | rule in the game of life, kid
Sooner or later | everybody has to stop playing
No, wait a minute | There's something wrong, Peter!
There's something wrong!
I was going to change | everything
This is your choice, Simon
I thought I could | change it
You need to leave | this behind you, Simon
For Clairee | For me
For Dad
You died, Simon
We all did
And you can't move on from all | of this until you let go
Let it go
I need another chance
I know I could do better
Simon, how many more chances | do you think you should get?
Are you alright?
You okay?
Take it easy man
I'm going to take you | on a little trip
Dr. Truman, MVAs arrived
- What have we got? | - We got two, there's one en route
This is Mr. Simon Cable
- BP, one ten over forty | - Watch Your backs
MVA, we need assistance
One, two, three
Time is twenty hundred hours
He's crashed! | Get the defrib!
- No pulse | - one, two, three, four, Five
One hundred
- Charging | - Clear!
Two hundred
It's your choice, Simon | Where you go
it's your choice
Time of death | 20:02
Easy Diazepam | Five milligrams
Easy now, Mr. Cable
You're going to be fine
You were just having | a nightmare
You're in a hospital | Saint Jude's
I'm Doctor Jeremy Newman
I'm assigned your case | You were admitted last night
You don't remember?
This is the 29th of July | the year is 2002
And your wife | whose name is Anna
is waiting outside
You died, Mr. Cable