Katie Says Goodbye (2016) Movie Script

Go ahead. Go ahead - put that fat,
f..g d..k away!
Go make yourself happy.
Don't wander up here with
your d..k anymore.
Go on. Get out!
- You know how I feel about this...
- Get out of my f..g house!
Is everything alright?
Yeah. Everything's fine.
Thank you for dinner tonight.
You're welcome.
I'm sure he didn't mean it...
Go to bed, Katie.
Good night, momma.
Love you.
You do anything fun last night?
No. Not really.
You wanna come to church with me
and my family tomorrow?
Ah, no thanks. Thank you, though.
- You sure? We could pick you up.
- Oh yeah, I'm fine.
Could you make sure Bobby gets
his lunch?
I'm gonna go and take my break.
- Yeah.
Okay. Thank you.
Well then, now there she is.
Ya ready?
Hell yes. I even showered.
Hey, Bear?
Yeah, baby.
You ever been to San Francisco?
Of course.
Is it nice?
It's alright.
- So when will you be back?
- Soon.
- Better be.
- Oh, you know I will.
There you go, baby.
- Thanks, Bear.
- You're welcome.
Stay sweet now, you hear?
Yeah. I will.
- Am I in your way?
- Yeah.
- Sorry.
- It's okay.
Did your mom find any work yet?
No. There's not a whole
lot out there right now,...
...so I think she's pretty much
just stopped looking.
She's still on unemployment though,
No. That ran out a while ago.
So then you're just footin'
the bill for everything?
No. We still get stamps and
No, but... you know...
- Maybelle...
- You know what I mean?
Yeah. It's alright though.
She just needs a little
help right now. That's all.
Sometimes I feel like I ought to
smack some sense into that woman.
You don't really mean that.
Actually, I do.
I'm sorry.
- You want me to wash your
apron for you?
- Please.
- Okay.
- Okay.
- Okay.
Okay. Bye Darrel!
Give me a hand.
Hey, Mr. Daniels!
- Oh, hi Katie.
- Gettin' gas?
You want a ride?
Yeah, sure. Gotta make it quick,
though. I'm already running late.
Can I ask ya somethin'?
- What?
- You think I should get my GED?
Because I've been thinkin' that...
- You're a waitress.
So it doesn't matter.
How much do I owe you?
How does eleven sound?
All I've got is nine.
Nine's great. Thanks.
Thank you Mr. Daniels.
- You're welcome.
Do you believe
in love at first sight?
I do.
You remember to give
Mr. Willard the rent?
Uh huh.
How do I look?
You look beautiful.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
Go get him some food.
Hey, baby.
Thank you for this day, Daddy.
I hope that I lived right today and
that if you could see me one day...
...I'd make you proud.
Good night.
There you go.
So who's the new guy?
- Bruno?
- Yeah. Where'd he come from?
Why? You got a thing for him?
I don't know. Maybe.
Where's he from?
I don't know.
Think he just got out of prison
from Phoenix or something.
You going to f..k him?
I don't know.
I don't even know him.
Yeah. Yeah, I bet
you'll f..k him alright.
So we going for a ride?
- Stop it.
- What?
- Katie.
So, what brought you here?
What brought you to town?
Oh, me? I've been here all my life.
Born and raised.
So maybe you'd like to go out
one time?
Maybe you'd like to take me out
to dinner one time?
You know - maybe
you'd like to go on a date?
You all shouldn't be hangin'
around here. Come on.
You know that.
Willy's dad's in there
with your mom.
Well, that's
none of our business, is it?
What're you doing?
I was gonna try and jump
through my window,...
...but I guess
I locked the darn thing.
You know we were all made
by those sounds?
Sounds kind of funny, though,
doesn't it?
- Yeah...
- Yeah.
You just gotta be patient, momma.
That's all.
Some guy's bound to come along and
sweep you off your feet.
Take you out to Reno and buy you
a house like you've always wanted.
- It doesn't work like that.
- Yeah it does.
Willy, you believe in love?
You ever been in love?
- No. I don't know.
- Well you will.
What in the hell are you doing?
We were out celebrating, Rosa.
I got a date tomorrow.
Well I don't want my boy hangin'
around either one of you.
The last thing I need is for
him to turn on me too.
You should be grateful. My daughter
just bought your son a meal.
I'll be grateful when you stop
f..g my man.
- Then try doing it yourself.
- Momma...
What the f..k do you think
you're doing?!
Good night, Willy.
Willie, get that little
f..kin' a..s over here!
- Night, Rosa.
- Right now!
- Is he cute?
- Heck yeah he's cute.
He's the cutest man I've ever seen.
There ya go, doll.
Tha... tha... thank you. Katie,
co... co... could you...
Of course, Steve.
Can you wait about two hours?
- Yeah.
- Okay.
- Has he got a smile?
- I don't know. I bet he does.
I bet he's got the most handsome
smile I've ever seen.
Well be careful of a man that's got
a smile. You can't trust 'em.
I'm pretty sure I can trust him.
No, I'm telling you. You gotta
find a man with sad eyes.
A sad man you can mold to
treat you right,...
...but a man who's got a smile
you can't do nothing with.
Come on, boss.
They will leave you with
a heart full of hurt.
Hey, Bruno!
Is this your car?
No. I'm working on it.
I haven't ever been in
a convertible before.
I have a motorcycle.
Well I've never been on
a motorcycle either.
Isn't this amazing?
- What?
- Isn't this amazing?
Oh, yeah.
So you're from Phoenix?
I've never been. Is it nice?
It's alright, yeah.
Thanks for the milkshake.
Yeah, you're welcome!
You wanna go see my favorite place?
Can I ask you a question?
Do you smile much?
What do you mean?
I don't know,
I mean do you smile much.
No. I guess not.
Is that alright?
Of course. I'll smile enough
for the both of us.
You ever seen the ocean?
I've only been out of Arizona once.
- Where'd you go?
- New Mexico.
You ever drink Regent's Light?
My momma always drinks those.
Yeah. They're alright.
I've never had a beer.
You think you could live
in California?
I don't know. I guess.
Figure I could live anywhere and
it doesn't matter much either way.
Thank you, Bruno.
Tonight was really special.
You wanna pick me up
from work tomorrow?
If you asked, well,
baby, I'd do it
I'd do that for you anytime
All you gotta do is ask
Thank you.
I got it.
So you got a date for prom?
No. Not yet. I might not even go.
Cause nobody's asked me.
Someone's gonna ask you.
You're so smart and pretty.
I'd ask you if I could.
That's just weird.
No, it's not.
There's Bruno.
What are we doing?
I'm going to get beer.
'Kay. I'll wait here for you.
Not today.
I'm on a date with my boyfriend.
- Alright.
- This is Bruno.
That's a hell of a ride you've got.
Well I'll see you around.
Give my regards to your mother.
- Sure.
Bruno's a mechanic over at Bud's.
Right now he's fixing up
this beautiful old convertible.
It's amazing and he's doing
a really great job on it.
I'm really happy that
you two could meet and...
...that we're all here together.
It means a lot to me.
Bon appetite.
Do you know what that means?
It's French.
How's your momma doing?
She's doing good.
Seems to be getting
better at least.
Yeah? Oh, I'm so happy to
hear that. That's such good news.
Yeah. I could give you a ride home
and you could see her then,...
...if you'd like.
I would love to, Matty, but
I've got a date with Bruno today.
Do you mind giving this to him?
It's just something
small for his lunch.
- Sure.
- Thanks, Matty.
- Hey, gorgeous.
- Hello.
The usual?
- Yes, please.
- Okay.
I'm happy for you, Katie.
That feeling you've got...
...that's what life's all about.
Yeah. It feels good.
I haven't ever had this before.
I know you haven't.
You got any brothers or sisters?
I don't think so.
Yeah. I don't think I do either.
You know what
you want to do in life?
Not really. I'm just
trying to stay out of trouble.
That's a good goal.
I wanna be a beautician.
I wanna
cut people's hair and stuff.
It's nothing fancy like a doctor
or anything, but...
...I figure it's just as good as
anything else.
It seems like not a whole lot of
people are happy, so...
...if I can make them feel
good about themselves,...
...then they'd be happier,
you know?
When you think about it, it's
just as important as anything else.
I just think people need to
learn to appreciate things more.
Cause if you look at it
in a certain way,...
...life is just so amazing.
I've been saving up my money
for a real long time,...
...and I'm gonna move out
to San Francisco.
And I want you
to move out there too.
I want us to leave together.
I love you, Bruno.
You do?
Cause I see something in you
I haven't ever seen before.
Good night, daddy.
I'm so, so happy right now.
I'm sorry. Did I wake you?
What are you doing?
I always say good night to my dad
before going to bed.
Where is he?
I don't know.
My momma says he died in a mining
accident, but I know it's not true.
Because if it was
I'd know it in my heart.
Thank you for such a wonderful day.
Might have been the best day
of my life.
Good night, Bruno.
I love you.
Hey, good morning, Mr. Willard.
How are you?
I'm fine. I'd be better if you
paid me my rent, though.
I didn't get my rent.
There must of been a mistake.
I already gave my momma the money.
You didn't get anything?
I didn't get nothing.
Alright. I'm sorry, Mr. Willard.
She must've forgotten or something.
Forgot my a..s.
Your mother probably pocketed
the money for god-knows what.
Can I give you half right now and
then half at the end of the week?
I get paid on Friday.
- That's fine.
But this is the last time.
I know. I promise.
Give me one minute.
I'm getting sick and tired of
doing this s..t every month.
I know, Mr. Willard.
I'm really sorry.
- What in the hell is going on?
- Mr. Willard needs the rent.
Jesus Christ, Katie.
- Momma, don't touch that.
- Where'd you get all that money?
- You can't keep doing this.
You're gonna
get us kicked out of here.
Bill just needed to borrow it
just for a couple of days.
He's late in paying us back,
Well that's fine, but you just
gotta let me know, okay?
Don't get mad at me.
We're gonna get it back, baby.
- This is the first hundred.
You'll get the rest by the
end of the week.
This happens next time and
you're out, you hear?
You know things are
tough right now.
Well god damn it, things are tough
for everyone right now, Tracey.
You think I'm living
nice right now, no I'm not!
Goodbye, momma.
Sorry I'm late, Maybelle.
- Everything alright?
- Yeah. Everything's fine.
Hey Darrel.
- Hey.
You seen my apron?
I washed it for you last night.
Here you go.
- Thank you.
You think I could pick up
a double today?
Did your mother
take the rent again?
Yeah, but it's fine. I'll just pick
up some doubles to make up for it.
Katie, I swear.
Maybelle, it's fine. It's alright.
- Mornin', officer.
- Mornin'.
Good morning.
- So can I?
- Sure.
I'm sure Sara would appreciate
the night off.
Thank you.
Thank you officer.
Well now look who it is.
Hi. I'm just stoppin'
by to give Bruno his lunch.
You bring anything for me?
No. I'm sorry.
You did f..k him, huh.
How come I can't even
get you to blow me...
...and yet you'll
f..k some dumb Indian?
I don't think that's fair. Do you?
What're you doing?
Just catching up.
You touch her like that again
and I'll knock your f..g teeth out!
Hey, don't let him get to you.
I brought you something to eat.
I gotta work a double tonight so
I'm gonna be late coming back.
Should I just stop by your
place when I'm done?
- Yeah.
- Okay.
Love you, Bruno.
Bye, Dirk.
She making you pay for it?
You heard me.
You ever threaten me again and your
a..s will be back in jail.
Hi, Mr. Daniels.
Is Sara here?
No. She had the night off.
Didn't she let you know?
Well do you need a ride?
- Yeah. I'd love one, actually.
- Alright.
Goodnight, boss.
Be smart now.
Thank you again for the ride.
I really appreciate it.
Where are you going?
I figured we would catch up.
Oh, I can't tonight, Mr. Daniels.
I'm already really late.
It won't take that long.
I wish I could, but I don't even
know if Bruno's eaten or anything.
I'll give you twenty dollars.
Plus the two that
I owe you from before.
I can't, Mr. Daniels. I'm sorry.
Katie. I'm not going to take you
home until we do this.
So let's stop wasting each other's
time and get started.
I don't have a condom.
Well I do.
Now unbutton your top.
Dad? What are you doing here?
What's going on?
what were you doing with my dad?
What were you doing with my dad?!
Go home! Go home right now!
Bruno? It's me. It's Katie.
Hey, baby.
- You're late.
I know. I'm sorry.
Close the f..g door.
You're going to let the spiders in.
Please don't touch me.
Good night, Bruno.
I love you.
Can we talk for a second?
What do you do when you and
Darrel get in a fight?
Nothing. We've been married for
so long we're always in a fight.
Well what are you supposed to do
when you wanna make a man happy?
Are you and that mechanic
already going at it?
No. Not really. But I upset him
and I wanna make it up to him.
Whenever you're in a situation
wonderin' what to do with a man,...
...you think of what a woman would
want and then you do the opposite.
Like hot and cold?
Things like that?
Yeah. Exactly.
Okay like - if you were mad,
what would you want?
- I don't know.
You'd want to go out to dinner,
Yeah. That would be nice.
So then you know he's gonna
want you to make him dinner.
And you might want something
fancy - like you would want...
...lobster or a bottle of wine and
some candlelight.
I don't know.
I've never had lobster.
So you know he's gonna want steak,
beer under florescent lighting.
And you'd want to talk, right?
- Yeah.
- So what does that mean?
- He's not going to want to talk.
- He's going to want to watch TV.
- Okay.
And then at the end of the night
you'd want to make love.
You know, something real sweet
that'd bring the two of you...
...close together.
So you know
he's gonna want to f..k.
My god!
- Do you see how easy that is?
- Yeah.
Always remember that men are
simple, Katie.
They always have been.
- Thank you, Maybelle.
- Of course.
Yeah, baby?
I can't do it anymore.
I know you can't.
I promised Bruno I wouldn't.
I think that's probably
the right call to make.
So what's the story about
San Francisco?
Well I've almost got everything
saved up for my mamma and me,...
...so it's looking like
I can leave pretty soon.
I thought
your mamma was gonna stay?
Yeah. She is, but I just need to
leave her some money...
...so she's alright.
Figure out what you're
going to do for work?
I'm gonna go to beauty school.
- You are?
- Yeah.
Well I'm gonna have to get a job
waiting tables or somethin',...
...but I'm gonna learn
how to cut hair.
It's nothing fancy like being
a lawyer or anything...
...but I figure it's something
I might be good at.
Don't say that, Katie.
We've all got our place
in the world.
You're not mad at me or anything?
Mad? Hell no.
Sweetie, I'm proud of you.
- Yeah?
- Yeah!
- Thank you.
- Your welcome.
You know I'll always be
there for you.
I know.
I should go now. Maybelle's
probably expecting me.
Oh, no. Lunch is on me, Bear.
No, it is not.
- No, it is. It's my treat.
- Listen to me:
I ain't got no one in the world
to care for but myself.
So you take this money and let me
feel like I'm doing someone...
...some good.
Alright. Thank you, Bear.
You're welcome.
Hey, Katie...
- Yeah?
You stay sweet, now.
Yeah. I will.
Sara, what are you doing?
You can't...
My dad told me everything.
Why would you try to seduce him
like that? Huh?
You think he'd want to have
sex with you?
He's married. He has kids.
He was your teacher.
- I'm sorry.
- I don't care if you're sorry.
You're sick.
You're sick and there's something
seriously wrong with you.
I'm sorry, but that's Maybelle's
and you can't...
So then replace it.
Who do you think she'll believe?
Me or some dumb s..t
poorer than s..t?
Everything alright?
Are you happy, Bruno?
What kind of question is that?
I don't know. Just seeing
if he was happy, that's all.
Are you happy, momma?
No. I'm not.
But I figure I wasn't meant to be.
You think you could
fix that car outside?
- Probably.
- That's a great idea, momma.
Bruno can definitely fix it.
Alright then.
Did you f..k anyone today?
No, Bruno.
I told you I wasn't doing
that anymore.
I meant that.
Thank you.
Pick me up after work?
There you go.
I love you.
Have a good day.
- So did it work?
- Yup.
And he said he was happy, too.
I told you so, doll.
I know you did. And guess what?
We didn't f..k.
We made love.
You ready to fix that car?
Let me get my tools.
You're getting more play than
I thought, big boy.
You want a ride today?
Oh. No thanks. I've got
plans with Bruno.
Thank you, though.
I think Bruno's plans
might've changed.
Why? What's he doing?
Your momma came by the shop today.
Yeah. I know. He's fixing the car.
You two like to keep it
in the family?
- Excuse me?
- Just ignore him, Katie.
He doesn't know
what he's talking about.
Come on inside.
We'll let it run for a bit.
Looks like your momma's car was
busted up pretty bad.
I don't know what's taking so long.
Maybe he didn't have the right
tools for the job.
You want a ride?
Yeah, you want a ride?
- You want a beer?
- Nah.
Katie, you wanna drink?
No thanks. Thanks, though.
You work it sober, huh?
I respect that.
Hey, I'm just giving you s..t.
Turn up here.
What? Why?
Turn here. I want to show
Katie something.
I need to get back, Matty.
Bruno's probably expecting me...
Hey, it ain't gonna take long.
- Maybe...
- Quit being a f..g p..y and do it!
It's fine, Katie.
It won't take long.
What's out here?
It's a surprise. Something special.
Pull over right here.
Let's go, you love birds. Move.
We're going to
have ourselves a party.
get your a..s out of the car.
Let's go.
Let's not stay here too long, okay?
Katie, I don't think
you're in control right now.
That's not your call to make.
Turn the radio up.
Katie and I wanna dance.
Don't we, sweetheart?
- No. no, I'm okay...
- Every girl likes to dance.
Yeah, but not right now.
Tell me something, Katie.
How come the town's s..t has f..d
half the guys around here...
...but she hasn't ever given me
or Matty a taste?
I'm talking about you, sweetheart.
- Leave her alone, Dirk.
- Shut up.
- I don't know.
We'll we've got needs too,
you know.
Yeah. I know.
And now you're f..g some Native
ex-con that's just about mute.
Why's that?
Because I love him.
I'm sure you do.
Come over here.
Come on.
Let's just get out of here...
Shut up. We're not going
- We're not going anywhere. Okay.
Hey! Shut the f..k up!
We're not going anywhere.
We're gonna stay right here and
have ourselves some fun. Okay?
Change the radio station.
None of that
hillbilly s..t you like, alright?
Let's play something good.
I wanna show Katie something.
Katie, get your a..s over here.
You promise you're not
going to hurt me?
Yeah. Of course.
Hey, I ain't going to hurt you.
I promise. I just want to
show you something.
- What is it?
- It's okay.
Don't just stand there,
grab the beer.
Hey, it's alright.
You have a good day at work today?
Get a lot of tips?
Got big tips?
Got a name tag.
- Please Dirk.
- Shut the f..k up!
Get in the goddamn car.
Here you go.
- What are you doing?
- Just get in.
- I don't want to!
Hey! Hey! You want a beer?
- No, I just want to go home.
- Well we're not going home.
- No, no! Please!
- I don't want to do this.
Hey, shut the f..k up, Matty.
It's what you always wanted.
So we're not going home.
- You promised!
You promised you wouldn't hurt me!
- F..k!
You f..g b..h.
How much do we owe you?
You don't owe me anything.
You hear that, Matty?
It's good, man. It's on the house!
It's good, man, it's good.
You promise you won't tell anyone?
I don't want my momma to find out.
It wouldn't be good for her.
I promise.
Thanks, Katie.
You're welcome.
I'm sorry, Katie.
...I need you to do my makeup.
I'm actually not feeling
too good right now.
What's wrong?
I just had a long day at work.
Well Bill's comin' over and
I need to look good.
Okay. Just give me a minute.
I just need a minute.
Don't move.
What happened to your eye?
Doesn't look like nothing.
Well it was.
I'm sorry I haven't been
a very good mother.
I think
I'm just not a very good person.
You're doing your best,
and that's what's important.
How do I look?
You look beautiful.
You always do.
Thank you.
You're welcome.
Bruno? Are you there?
It's me. It's Katie.
Bruno, where were you today?
I waited for you at the diner
but you never came.
Is everything alright?
I hope I can see you tomorrow.
I hope that I can see you tomorrow
and that you had a good day.
Good night, Bruno.
I love you.
Hey, baby. Come here a sec.
What happened to your eye?
- Nothing.
- Is that from Bruno?
- No.
Is it from
one of these guys in here?
No, Maybelle. Really, it's nothing.
- Is it your momma?
- No.
- Are you sure?
- Yeah.
You know you can tell me, right.
My god, Katie,...
...don't ever put up with anyone
hitting you. You hear me?
- Yeah.
- You are too smart for that.
I know.
I know you know. But it doesn't
mean I don't worry about you.
Well you don't have to worry
about me, boss. I'll be fine.
Get back to work, okay.
Of course
she wasn't going to charge us.
You hear the way she was moaning?
She f..g loved it.
You think she ever
makes Bruno pay for it.
I know that Indian hasn't ever
f..d her like that.
What'd you say?
I said, looks like you aren't the
only one getting it on the house.
Hi, Sara.
Shut up, Katie.
Where you going!?
Hello, Gorgeous.
Hey Bear, you want the usual?
What in the hell happened to you?
It's nothing, Bear. It was
just an accident. That's all.
Don't look like no accident.
- Can I talk to you?
- Is this him?
- Did you do that to her?
- Bear, not in here!
I asked you a question!
Did you do that to her?!
Stop it, don't do that in here!
- Bear?
- You better not hurt her.
I'm calling the police
you piece of s..t!
Darrel, call the police!
You f..d them!
You f..d them and you said that
you weren't going to!
- Bruno, I meant what I said!
- Then why did you f..g do it?!
- I didn't want to...
- But you did!
You did and now I'm f..d
because of you!
Bruno, what are we doing here?
Bruno, let's just go home?
- How much do I owe you?
- What?
How much do I owe you?
- You don't owe me anything...
- Is thirty fair?
Bruno, I don't want your money.
That's not what this is.
Thirty-six. That's a tip
for coming inside.
Bruno, why are you doing this?
I thought you loved me.
How would I love you? How?
- I love you?
- No, you don't.
- Yeah, I do.
- No, you don't.
You're a w..e, Katie.
You're not meant to be loved.
Find your own way back, alright?
Hello, Mr. Willard.
I need that rent.
I know.
I'll get it to you later today.
Oh, momma...
Your mother told me
you wouldn't have it.
So I was thinking
that me and you...
...that maybe me and you could
work out another arrangement.
Your mother ran off with my man.
Katie, you can't just walk away
from me like that.
Your family
ain't nothing but f..g trash.
We're all trash, Rosa.
God damn it, Katie.
Now listen to me girl.
You all owe me for last month.
Then take the TV.
I don't want the TV.
I already got two.
So then have three.
What am I supposed to do now?
I don't know, Rosa. We're gonna
have to figure it out.
Sheriff just picked up that
boyfriend of yours.
Caught him out on Eighty-Nine
in a stolen vehicle.
You like a ride?
No, thanks.
Come on. It'll be quick.
No. I'm not doing that anymore.
I said I'm not doing that anymore.
Fine then. Suit yourself.
Oh my god, are you alright?
I'm fine.
I'm really sorry about all of that.
It's fine. It's fine.
Is Bear okay?
He's a little bruised up is all.
He didn't hurt you, did he?
- No.
He didn't hurt me.
Do you mind if I work tonight?
You don't have to pay me,
I'll just work for tips.
I just... actually,
need to talk to you.
Could you just give us a second,
What is it, boss?
So, forty dollars went missing from
the register this morning.
And I asked Sara about it...
...she... she said she saw you
stealing from the register.
She said she saw you take
the forty dollars.
I didn't believe it.
I don't believe it.
Of course. I just have to ask...
It's not true, is it?
Why would you do that?
- I don't know, boss. I don't know.
- I'd give you the money!
I know.
- Oh my god, Darrel is gonna...
- I know.
Okay - here's what we're
going to do...
- No, Maybelle, I'm sorry.
- Don't! Don't!
No, Maybelle. It's alright.
It's alright.
Thank you for everything.
I really appreciate everything
you've done for me.
I'll never forget it.
Do you mind if I keep my uniform?
It's kind of all
I've got right now.
Of course.
Hey, stop that.
I'll be alright.
I know.
You ain't got to worry about me.
I know.
Okay. Goodbye.
Goodbye, Maybelle.
Don't you ever do that again.
I won't.
Okay, here we go...