Killer in Suburbia (2020) Movie Script

- Hey!
No, please, please, please no!
Wake up baby, wake up!
Wake up!
- Oh!
Oh God, you scared me!
- What are you doing?
You're the one awake in
the middle of the night!
- Sorry Gina, I
mean, were we being too loud,
we can totally try to like
calm it down a little.
- Yeah.
We were just picking out our
first day of school outfits.
- It's okay.
- Thanks, sorry.
- What's that for?
- I just wanted to make
sure you had one for school.
- Mom, I'm covered, okay?
I have extra acetamezopine
and my lorazepam pen.
Honor student, remember?
Dean's list.
I'm good, I promise.
- I can take it.
Just in case.
- Thank you, Toni.
- You're welcome.
- It's so great you guys were
able to transfer together.
Yeah, Kelsey wouldn't know
what to do without you.
- Well, it's not like
we're in the same classes,
- Oh, God, T, Just give
it a month.
We're gonna get you in
those AP classes, okay?
- Yeah, not likely, but thanks.
- All right guys, don't
stay up too late, okay?
- Okay.
- Okay.
- Okay, we won't
promise, promise.
- I promise.
- I'm serious.
- Okay, okay, goodnight.
- Goodnight.
- Ooh!
Mom, seriously, let's go!
- Okay, okay!
- Day one, and
we're gonna be late.
- No, no, we are not
going to be late!
I just need those
execution documents
for the Ridgeside property.
- Um, they're in
your purse, Mom.
- Oh.
Ah, all right, let's roll!
- Okay!
- Come on,
girls, let's go!
- We're not late I told you!
- Love you!
- I love you!
Have the best day!
- Bye.
- Bye!
- Bye!
I am out stealing words
The kinds that
other people use
I'm running
farther from myself
Becoming someone else
I am out stealing thoughts
The kinds that
other people think
I know it's harder
than it looks
But I always give
back what I took
And I'm running to you
Running to you
Be my city
Be my island
- Okay, what is she like 30?
Be my ocean
Be my mountain
- Yeah, for sure.
Hey, hey
- The inside angles of every
triangle totals 180 degrees.
Therefore, in a
right-angled triangle,
what would the total be
of the two angles opposite
the right angle?
Yes, Miss Jackson?
- 90 degrees.
- Very good, very good.
That means each angle
is 45 degrees.
All right, well, we'll
finish this tomorrow.
- Hey, Archimedes?
Yeah, I'm talking to
you, Miss Pythagoras.
- Oh, hi.
Um, you're in this class?
- Yeah, I am.
You know you can be
cool and smart, right?
- Oh, yeah, yeah,
I didn't mean to--
- Relax, I'm joking.
- Cool.
- We're going to
lunch right now.
You wanna join?
- Yeah, for sure.
I'm Kelsey, by the way.
- Melissa.
- Thanks.
- OMG, these
shakes are to die for.
Mel, where'd you get them?
- That burger spot in town.
I got you strawberry.
- What's up, beautiful?
Who's your new friend?
- Kelsey.
Picked her up in pre-cal.
- Pre-calculus?
You must be pretty smart.
- I sort of have a
photographic memory.
- No way.
- I do.
I really do.
- Can you show us?
- Yeah, here.
Basic burger, American
cheese, lettuce, tomato.
Cali burger, lettuce,
tomato, onions, avocado.
Paleo burger,
half-pound bison patty,
lettuce wrap and--
- Okay, okay, you win!
I like this one, Mel.
- See, smart is hot.
- Hey, Toni, wait up!
T, hang on!
I know you're mad at me.
- Yeah, you left me to
eat alone on the first day
of senior year.
- I know, I'm so sorry.
I totally bailed on you.
- Where were you?
- You're
never gonna believe it.
- What?
- Guess who we're
gonna be friends with?
- There's my little Einstein.
- Guys, this is my friend
Toni I was telling you about.
- Hi.
- Melissa Bloom.
Call me Mel.
- Nice to meet you.
- You two go way back, right?
- Yeah.
- Like, kindergarten.
- That's cute.
I'm having a pool
party this Saturday.
You two should come.
- Mel throws the most
incredible parties.
- Yeah, totally.
We'll be there.
- Cool, I'll text you the deets.
- Sounds good.
- Bye.
- Bye.
- Nice bell bottoms.
- Hey, how's it going?
- Hi.
Let's go.
- Hi!
How was it?
- Good!
- All right.
- So good.
- Tell me everything.
- Oh, it was
a great first day,
and classes were so good.
- Yeah, and we...
- That's awesome.
- How about you?
How was your first day?
- It was good.
Actually, Melissa's
having this like,
get together this weekend.
It's a pool thing, I think.
- Mm, like a pool party?
- It's pretty casual I think.
- Are her parents
gonna be there?
- Yeah, for sure.
- Toni, you're going too?
- Mm-hmm.
I wouldn't let her go
alone, so.
- Yeah, no, I, it's,
I guess it's fine.
Gosh, you guys.
You're just growing up so
fast, I can hardly keep up!
- We got this.
We got this.
Um, this is my friend, Toni.
- Hi.
- Hi, Toni.
This is my buddy Augustine.
- Hey, what's up?
- You guys want some margs?
- Yeah, sure.
- Thank you.
- Mm, spicy!
- My secret ingredient
is extra jalapenos.
- Oh.
- Just uh, don't tell
anyone, okay?
- Okay.
- All right.
- Jason, get over here.
- I'll see you guys later.
- Okay.
- Okay.
- Okay, this is
literally just alcohol.
- It's not exactly like the
parties at our old school.
- Okay, like we went to any
parties at our old school.
Well, what about your Mom?
There's no parents here.
- Sure about that?
- Wow, of course she
has cool parents.
She's literally perfect.
- T, am I sensing
a little jealousy?
- No, no, no!
Not at all, no.
- Okay, well let's at least
try and have some fun, okay?
- All right, okay!
- And if it gets too crazy,
we'll peace, I swear.
- You swear?
- I swear.
- Pinkie swear?
- Pinkie swear!
- I think it's too strong.
- Exactly.
- Cheers!
- Do you want a shot?
- No, I'm good thanks.
- You sure?
- Yeah.
- Fine, more for me.
- You know he's really
into you, right?
- Who?
No, no I would never do that.
- What, you don't like guys?
- No, I just, I
thought that you guys
were like--
- Oh no, no, no, no, no.
I date older guys.
But, but he's a catch.
And he's single.
You better get out there.
- Kelsey, Melissa!
Come on, get back in the water!
- Cheers!
Come on.
- I'll be right back.
- If you were a friend,
she would be hanging
out with you, right?
I'm a killer with the music
Killer with the music
Ki-Ki-Killer like that
I'm a killer with the music
Killer with the music
Ki-Ki-Killer like that
I'm a good guy not
- Kelsey!
- Mom!
- Thank God you're all right.
- I'm okay.
- Let's get you home.
- Detective,
do you know what happened?
- Well all the witnesses seem
to think that the young lady
suddenly slipped and
fell into the pool,
but all the same, I'd
like to wait for forensics
to confirm that.
- Jessica was such
a bright girl.
- Now there is an awful lot
of alcohol on the premises,
that certainly could have
contributed to her fall.
I do have to ask this.
Is there any chance
you were aware--
- Absolutely not.
We were both at the office.
If we'd known about the party,
I would have shut it down.
- Yeah, that's what I figured.
I'm afraid that's all
we have right now.
- If you need anything else,
please don't hesitate to call.
- I'll be touch.
- Thank you.
- Kelsey, a girl died
and she didn't even have,
have your--
- My what?
My disease?
My condition?
Maybe I'm tired of being
the geek with epilepsy!
The girl who never
goes to the party,
who never goes out
with any of the boys.
This school was supposed
to be a new start.
To be whoever I wanna be,
not just the sick loser!
- You are not a loser.
- Well, Dad sure thought so,
or else he'd still
be here, right?
- Honey, your Dad, he just,
he couldn't handle all--
- I don't, I don't wanna
talk about it anymore.
- Kelsey, wait!
- I know I'm grounded.
- No.
No, I'm not punishing you.
Your condition shouldn't
be a lifelong punishment.
I just need to know
that you're safe, okay?
- Okay.
- Oh!
- What a dreadful day.
- I know.
- I just can't
believe that she's gone.
- I know.
I'm sorry.
- Everyone.
I'd like to say
something about Jessica.
Jessica, wherever you are,
you were such a bright light
in all of our lives.
Now we're thinking about you.
And it's a radiance
that we're really
gonna miss here at Parish.
Thanks, everyone.
Your support means so much.
- That was really nice.
- Thanks.
I'm having some people
over after school.
You should come.
- I don't think I should.
- It's a remembrance
for Jessica.
It's with her best friends.
- I just met her.
- I know but, will
you come anyways?
For me?
- Sure, yeah.
- And just you.
Toni's a bit...
I just don't want any
negative energy there.
Guys, thank you so much
for coming here today.
- Hello?
- No, that's not--
I'm just saying it was
a big screw up, okay?
I can own that,
now let's move past it,
- Hello?
- And talk about how
to protect ourselves here.
No, that's not--
It was a
big screw up, that's all.
I can own that, now
let's move past it
and talk about how we
protect ourselves here.
I have a house, if
assurances, I got this.
- Sorry, I was just
looking for Melissa.
- You must be Mel's new friend.
Kelsey, right?
- Yes, Ma'am.
- Melissa says
you're very smart.
Quite the young beauty, I see.
- Thank you.
I'd better be going.
- Kelsey.
You understand how it could
look if people thought
Mr Bloom and I were
responsible for that party?
We could stand to
lose quite a bit.
- It was an accident.
- Good girl.
- We all know this
was her favorite wine.
So let's raise our
glasses to Jessica
and let's all do a toast.
To Jessica, cheers.
- Cheers!
- Cheers everybody.
I met Jessica last summer.
Slow motion
I'm reaching for you
An explosion
When we touch
Black night
Black night
Yeah it's ours
Black night we'll take it
- Can I join you?
- You're not drinking
with the others?
- She died 'cause she
was inking too much.
Not exactly how I want to mourn.
- Yeah.
- It's horrible what happened.
- Yeah.
- I'm gonna get going.
- Hey.
I need you to know
I'm not like them.
- I know you aren't,
don't worry about it.
See you tomorrow.
- I know it would have
meant so much to her
to hear all these things.
I wish she was
still in our lives,
but we're never
gonna forget her.
She's always--
Kelsey, where are you going?
- Um, I just need to get home.
- I thought you were my friend.
- Yeah, I'll see you tomorrow.
Black night
Black night
Yeah it's ours
Yeah we'll take it for free
- Cheers.
- Cheers.
For free
- You want some more cereal?
I can make you eggs if you want?
Earth to Kelsey?
- Oh, sorry.
I was just thinking.
- It must be tough, losing
a classmate like that.
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
Um, it helps having
someone to talk to.
And I don't mean just me.
I haven't seen
Toni in a few days.
- Well, we're not
exactly talking, so.
- Well, no friendship
is perfect.
But, I know you two.
It'll be all right.
- Maybe.
- Mm, how about that um, new
friend of yours, Melissa?
How is she doing with all this?
- I mean, she's up and down.
- I'd like to meet
her parents sometime.
- Mom, are you ever lonely?
- What?
- Sorry, forget I
even said anything.
- No, no, it's fine.
Go on.
- Look, I just mean that like,
I'm okay if you ever wanna
start dating again.
- Okay.
Um, thank you.
And I just want you to know,
that whenever you decide
to start dating, those boys
better watch their back!
What was that?
- What?
- That!
Oh my gosh, you like somebody!
- No.
- Oh yes, you do!
Tell me about him.
- Okay, yeah.
Yeah, there's this guy
and he's really handsome
and he's really nice.
And uh, just, I don't think
it's really gonna go anywhere.
- Any handsome nice boy would
be lucky to take you out.
- Well if it does go somewhere,
I promise you will be
the first person I tell.
- Before Toni?
- Yeah, before Toni!
- Hey.
to say it and another thing
to actually do it, so.
- Well you know, most guys
would have just texted.
- Yeah.
- Not me though.
I call.
In fact, I video call
when I wanna ask out
the prettiest girl in school.
- Um, well I might, I might
have to check my schedule.
'Cause, I'm a pretty
busy girl, you know?
Lots lined up.
- Oh, I can imagine yeah!
- When were you thinking?
- Do you like to mini-golf?
- Yeah.
- Do you want to
go mini-golfing tonight?
- Uh, yeah.
- Okay.
- Okay, sounds good.
- Okay, talk to you soon.
- Okay.
- Bye.
- Bye.
- Hey.
- Hi.
- You ready?
- Yeah, yeah, let's go.
- It's gonna
be so much fun.
- I can't believe
we're gonna play mini-golf.
- I can't
wait to kick your ass.
What, you don't
think I can do it?
- I'm
sorry, wait.
- Yes!
- Oh!
- You weren't
too bad out there,
you were pretty good!
- Yeah?
- Yeah!
- Well, thanks.
You helped a little bit.
- Oh no, no, that's
not possible.
- It's totally possible.
- What's uh, what's that?
- It's nothing.
Um, I'll be right back, okay?
- Okay.
- Don't go too far.
- I won't, don't worry.
How's it going?
I got some clubs for ya.
Sorry, uh, is there
anyone else in there?
- No.
- Seriously, are you in there?
- This is Gina.
- Gina,
thiss Detective Hopkins.
Now listen, your daughter
has been reported missing
from the miniature golf--
- I'm on my way.
- Gina!
- Excuse me!
Hi, hi, did you find her?
- Not yet, Ma'am.
- I don't know what happened.
She told me she was
gonna be right back,
and then she just, disappeared.
- Okay, hold on.
Before we escalate
the situation,
Ma'am, it is possible your
daughter just wasn't having
a good time, and left on
her own, no offense kid.
- No, no, she was really
excited about this.
- Okay, how about
things at home?
- What?
- Well, is there some
reason why she might've
wanted a little space?
- Honor student, remember?
Dean's list.
- What the hell.
- Ma'am, I--
Wait here.
Gina, wait!
Mrs Jackson, please calm
down, we have to take these
things one step at a time.
Your daughter's only been
missing for two hours.
- This is acetamezopine.
My daughter's
prescription for epilepsy.
She would never
leave this behind.
- She's epileptic?
- Yes.
It's me again, just please
call me if you get this.
- Gina?
- Toni.
- How are you holding up?
- I'm okay.
Toni, can you think of anything
that might help explain
what or where Kelsey
may have gone?
- Kelsey and I aren't really--
- No, I know you're
not really talking,
but you're her best friend.
Please, is there anything
you can think of?
- Uh, well I did hear a
rumor that Kelsey and Melissa
got into a fight.
- Where can I find her?
- Um, just there,
that room down there.
- That one?
- Yeah, on your left.
- Thank you.
- Yeah, of course.
- I knew she was a psycho.
She's on all kinds of pills,
mostly anti-psychotics.
Honestly, I wouldn't be
surprised if she OD'd somewhere,
and they just didn't
find the body.
- Melissa?
Excuse me, Melissa?
Can I talk to you outside?
- I don't think so.
- Okay, um, as you
know, my daughter Kelsey
went missing yesterday.
And I was just wondering if--
- Freak.
- I'm sorry, what?
- Kids with mental illness
really shouldn't be allowed
at school with the rest of us.
You know school shootings?
I already feel safer
without her here.
- What the hell is
wrong with you?!
How could you say something
like that?!
- What is going on
in here?
- Mental illness.
Runs in the family.
- Detective Hopkins,
thank you for calling.
What are you doin'?
- I can't just sit
at home knowing
Kelsey is out there, okay?
I just, I can't.
- Well, that doesn't
exactly explain
why you attacked a teenager.
- I hardly even touched her.
I was stupid.
I'm sorry.
It's just that girl got
into a fight with Kelsey
and I just thought, maybe.
- Kids fight.
I know Melissa.
I know her folks, they're good
people, I'll talk to them.
I'll make sure they
don't press charges.
- Thank you.
- I know how scary
this is for you.
- Detective Hopkins?
- Mike.
- Mike.
Have you ever held someone
while they convulse
so hard, they can bite
their own tongue off?
Wipe the bile out of their
throats so they don't choke
on their own vomit?
Watch their eyes roll
back into their head,
like a God--
Well, that's what's
gonna happen to Kelsey
if we don't find her
in the next 48 hours.
- All right.
We usually have to
wait three days,
but considering
the circumstances,
I'll put out the amber
alert right away.
- Why are you doing this?
Wait, please, wait, wait.
Wait, I have a condition.
I have to get to my meds.
I ha--
You have to let me go, please!
Please, wait, please.
- Thank you, for
getting that out.
- Look, Mrs Jackson.
We're taking this
very seriously.
I have guys pulling
CCTV footage right now.
We just put a tracker
out on Kelsey's phone.
We're gonna find
her, Mrs Jackson.
Kelsey's Father's aware of
her disappearance, right?
- I haven't seen
him in a decade.
- Well, is there any chance
that's where Kelsey is?
- She wouldn't even
know how to find him.
- Well, I wouldn't be
too sure about that.
Kids are resourceful nowadays.
- My ex and I, we uh,
left things really badly.
- Why don't you talk to him?
Find out if she's
there, and if not,
he should be aware
of what's going on.
- Yeah.
Thank you.
Where's Kelsey?
I know you know where she is.
- How'd you find me?
I called your old
divorce lawyer.
- You shouldn't have done that.
- When you hear what I have
to say, you'll understand.
- Come on in, it's not
a great neighborhood.
I know, it's not much.
- Hey!
- Before you say anything,
I need to explain.
I did a lot of bad things
when we were together.
I accept that now.
I wasn't fit to be a Father.
Or a husband.
- Damon, I didn't come--
- No, you just needed
to hear me, just
so you understand.
- Hey!
- You were right.
I was nowhere ready
to be a Father.
Especially with a girl
like Kelsey who had such a,
such special needs.
- She had a seizure and you
were too drunk to drive her
to the hospital.
- I know, I think about
it almost every day.
- Hey!
- But I've been sober 18 months.
I got the chips and everything.
- Oh, well that's
good for you, Damon.
- Gina, I haven't seen my
family in over 12 years.
I just couldn't take it anymore,
I mean, you can
understand that, right?
- Don't move.
- What are you doing?
- I said don't move!
- Hey!
- Gina?
- It's him.
It's Damon, he did it.
You need to get here right now!
Tracking your cell.
- Gina, please.
- Open that.
- Gina--
- I said open it!
Walk down.
- Okay, okay.
- Open it!
- Please!
Please don't!
I'm epileptic!
I just need my medication!
Mrs Bloom!
Please, I swear, I
swear if you let me go,
I promise, I'll
never tell a soul.
I just, I just
need my medication.
- How'd you know?
- Your perfume.
- Smart girl.
- He was at the
miniature golf course,
we have video footage
of his car arriving
right after your daughter,
but then he leaves again
a few minutes later, alone.
- I just wanted to see her.
- What were you thinking?
- I haven't seen my
baby girl in so long.
So I found you guys.
I took a few photos, you
know, just so I could
have something of
her around here.
Then I saw what an amazing
person she'd become.
I just wanted to meet her.
Just wanted to tell her how
sorry I was that I wasn't
there for her, for you.
- Look, the uh, permit
on the gun checks out,
there's no sign Kelsey
was here, it's not him.
- Of course not.
I would never hurt her.
- Well, sir, when you were
following your daughter,
did you notice
anything suspicious,
anyone out of the ordinary?
- Is that when she?
- Yes, she disappeared
a few minutes after you.
- No.
- Nothing at all?
- I didn't see anything.
I'm worthless, always have been.
- Okay, I think we're done here.
Get up.
Due to your mental state,
I think I'm gonna hang
onto your gun for 48 hours.
You can pick it up at the
Sheriff's office in Parish.
- Thank you, for
keeping the gun.
We have a rough history,
but I wouldn't want him
hurting himself.
- Gina, I told you I
would contact Damon.
Now you have to go home.
- But--
- Look, it was a mistake
sending you here, I cannot
have you doing any more
cowboy stuff, you're
gonna get hurt,
you're gonna hurt somebody else.
- But time is running out.
- Yes, it is.
Which is why I have to
focus on doing my job,
not cleaning up after your mess.
Now please, go home.
I'll be in touch.
- Mel?
A minute please?
- Am I in trouble?
- I don't know.
Have you been
following the rules?
- Of course, Daddy.
- Melissa,
your friend Kelsey--
- I told you, she's
not my friend.
- Did she ever talk to
you about being sick,
or anything like that?
- She's an epileptic.
Like, full seizures
and everything.
- You should
have told us before.
- Sorry.
- That's all.
You can go.
Remember, no friends over
for the next few days, okay?
- Toni.
- Nothing?
- No.
- Can I
stay over tonight?
- Of course.
That would be nice.
- This is a big screw up.
- We shouldn't have
rushed this one.
After what happened to Jessica,
I mean, we did everything,
just like the first time.
Had the party, fed her
the drinks all day,
we teed the whole
thing up perfectly.
- Stop!
All I did was grab her
arm, and she flew at me.
The next thing I knew,
she was on the ground.
I had hit her and she'd flown
back and hit her head so hard.
That was it.
I'm telling you, I didn't
even hit her that hard.
- I know.
Baby, I know.
You did what you had to do.
Like always.
- Toni, are you okay?
- Yeah.
- Wait!
Come back!
Toni, are you okay?
He was about six foot,
black jeans, black jacket,
brownish hair.
I never really saw his face,
but he looked Caucasian.
- Okay.
- And I scratched him.
- You scratched him, where?
- Like here.
It would have left a mark.
- Frank?
- Yeah.
- Get this out, right now.
- You got it.
- What is going on?
- I don't know.
But we're gonna find her.
This is what he was after.
- Her medicine?
- Yeah.
If he was trying to steal these,
it means she's still alive.
Someone has her, and
I'm gonna get her back.
- Well that didn't go well.
- You're gonna have to
stay inside for a while.
Does that feel better?
- We should get rid of her.
Start over.
- None of Mel's other
friends fit the profile.
We don't have time to
find a replacement.
The girl's sick, Ryan.
She's not cut out for this.
- Since when do you care?
- I don't, but if we sell
a girl who dies before
she gets to Europe, you
know what's gonna happen.
- All right.
What then?
You wanna let her go?
- She saw my face.
We could go.
- Leave all this?
- Hey, it's gonna be okay.
- I know.
- Okay.
- All right, bye.
- Bye.
- Um, what do you want?
- Well, I thought you could
use someone to talk to.
I promise not to
attack you this time.
Don't worry, I'm not that bad.
- Okay.
Have you ever felt like, cursed?
- My only daughter is missing.
Try me.
- I used to live in Kirkwood.
Back then, I had
two best friends,
Leslie and Alexa.
We were inseparable.
Leslie disappeared.
People say she got
lost, or kidnapped.
I don't know, she
never came back.
There was just Alexa
and me after that.
But I guess the friendship
wasn't the same,
'cause, she ran away
about three months later.
She never came back either.
We moved to Parish after that.
I thought it would be
different here, but...
I guess that's why I can
be such a bitch sometimes.
I can't
hold onto anyone.
- You'll be okay.
It's all right.
- We haven't seen
Leslie in six days.
So, I'm asking, I'm begging,
if anyone knows anything
about our little girl, please,
please call the police.
- Mike?
What are you doing here?
- How long since you've eate
- Since yesterday, I guess.
Please, come in.
I'm glad you're here
actually because I spoke
with Melissa Bloom today.
- Mm-hmm.
- And I think
I'm on to something.
- Really?
- Look.
- Okay, yeah, I know this
girl, Leslie Robinson,
the whole state was
looking for her.
- Yeah, she was best
friends with Melissa.
And then another one
of Melissa's friends
disappeared a
couple months later.
- Well, this says that
she ran away, right.
- She emailed her parents
that she was running
away to Hollywood.
- An email?
- Yeah.
Anyone can send an email, right?
- Mm.
- Two other girls.
Just like Kelsey, they
even look similar,
all connected to Melissa.
- Well, that is convenient.
- If those girls were
taken by the same person,
then maybe--
- Then maybe I should
speak to the Blooms.
This is good work.
- Thank you.
It's just, with every
minute that passes,
I feel like I'm losing hope.
- Hey, hey, don't lose hope.
Just eat something, all right?
- So, you'll uh,
you'll contact me?
- Eat.
- Can I sit?
I thought maybe we
could start over.
- Detective.
- Ms Bloom.
- How can I help you?
- Uh, actually I was
hoping to speak to Melissa,
is she home?
- She should be back shortly.
Why don't you come inside?
- Okay.
- Is this about
Jessica, I thought Ryan
cleared all that up.
No, this is actually--
- Hey!
- Coffee?
- Sure, that'd be nice.
So, uh, how's work been?
- Oh, you know the
import-export business.
It keeps us on our toes.
Here you go.
So, what is it you exactly
need to talk to Melissa about?
- Oh, it's nothing major.
Just a couple things
we have to cover.
Drop it, on the floor now!
I ought to kill you right now.
- I'm sorry man.
I thought you were
gonna kill us.
- I should.
How can you be so stupid?
- We didn't know she
was sick when we took her.
- I am working day and night
to keep this girl's Mom
from turning us into
a nationwide scandal.
So you break into her house
and you get caught doing it!
- What was I supposed to do?!
The boat leaves tomorrow.
If the girl dies
before she gets there,
it's all our asses.
- You should spend a
little less time worrying
about them, and a little
more time worrying about me.
- You take her then.
You can have our cut too.
- Michelle.
- That's not how this works.
And if you wanna renegotiate,
you'd better be holding
more than a stun gun.
- Sorry, Mike.
We're sorry, okay?
What do you want us to do?
- That should keep her breathing
'til she gets overseas.
After that, she's
somebody else's problem.
And we have another problem.
Your daughter's been talking.
- What?
- Apparently she gave
Ms Jackson a sob story
about how all of her
prettiest friends go missing.
Do I have to solve
that problem too?
- No.
It won't happen again.
- You know, you guys should
remember that if it wasn't
for me, you'd be back
in the trailer park,
where I found you.
- We haven't seen
Leslie in six days.
So, I'm asking, I'm begging,
if anyone knows anything
about our little girl.
- Eat.
I can't have you looking sick.
- Thank you.
- Now, eat.
I won't ask you again.
- Please, please
call the police.
We haven't seen
Leslie in six days.
So I'm a--
- Where are you sending me?
- You know what's
happening to you?
- Human trafficking.
- First, you'll go to Tripoli.
Then on to Riyadh.
It'll be tougher for you
than the other girls,
'cause you're smart.
It'll be easier if
you just give in.
Try not to think
about it too much.
There's nothing you can do.
- Is that what you do?
You try not to think about
the girls that you're selling?
Or what they're gonna do to me?
Come on.
- She take the pills?
- Yeah.
- Hey guys, I'm home.
- Want me to do it?
- No.
It should be me.
Hi, honey.
- Hi, Mommy.
- How was your day?
- You know, same old stuff.
- Do you remember our old house?
- Yeah.
- This is much nicer, huh?
- Yeah, it is.
- It's fun to have
nice clothes, isn't it?
Fancy cars, fun parties.
You know everything we have,
it's because we
followed the rules.
We do exactly what Mommy and
Daddy tell us to do, right?
- Of course.
- We never ask any questions,
and we never, ever, talk
about our old lives, do we?
- Mommy, please.
- Do I need to teach
you these lessons again?
- No, Mommy, I understand.
- Are you sure?
- I'm sure.
I understand, I promise.
- Toni.
- Hey.
- Hey, did you hear
any news, or an update?
- No, nothing new.
- Mel wasn't at school today.
- Really?
- Yeah, she just disappeared.
- Oh, okay.
- Well text me if
you hear anything, okay?
- Yeah, I will.
- All right.
- Okay, bye.
So weird.
- Toni?
- Hey, Gina.
I just, I didn't know
who else to call.
- What's wrong?
- Well, Melissa didn't
show up to school today.
Maybe it's nothing, just
with Kelsey and everything,
I just thought--
- No, no it's good
you called.
I'll look into it right away.
- Okay.
- Thank you, honey.
- Bye.
- Well, I see we
found our appetite.
- I thought about what you said.
You're right.
I'm gonna need my strength.
'Cause I'm not giving up.
So whoever you're
gonna sell me to,
they better be
ready for a fight.
- Good for you.
- Hello?
- Coming.
- Hi.
- I'm so sorry, I should
have reached out earlier.
I can't imagine what
you've been going through.
Especially as a single Mother.
You must be devastated.
- Thank you.
I'm actually here about Melissa.
- Oh, what do you
need Melissa for?
- Yeah, I heard she
wasn't at school today,
and I just wanted to make
sure everything's okay.
- No, it's fine.
She's just sick.
- Oh, thank God.
Just when I heard, I...
I've just been so
anxious lately.
- I can only imagine.
- Did Detective Hopkins
come speak with you?
- I told him everything
I could remember.
I'm sorry I wasn't more helpful.
- Would you mind if I talk
with Melissa a little bit
more about what happened?
- You know, maybe in a few days,
when she's feeling a bit better.
You'll be in our prayers.
I'm sorry.
- What do you think?
- I feel sick.
- Do you think she knows?
- Knows anything
about our little girl,
please, please ca--
- This is Hopkins.
- Hi, it's Gina.
- Hey Gina.
Everything all right?
- Uh, I just, I wanted to know
if you spoke to the Blooms?
- I sure did, I had 'em down
to the station this morning.
We had a thorough conversation
about those other girls,
and uh, I'm sorry
to say this, but uh,
it looks like a dead end.
- Uh-huh.
- Yeah, I'll give you
a call if anything new
comes up, all right?
- Well thank you
for looking into it.
- Sure.
- Okay.
- Hey, it's me.
- Looking for this?
- Please help me.
- I always wondered why my
Mom kept this door locked.
But we never ask questions.
It's rule number one.
And if we followed the rules,
we get to keep all
our nice things.
That's why we do
exactly what Mommy says.
- You're not like her.
- Ms Jackson?
- Hi.
- We usually take these
down after 12 months.
But, uh, those two, just can't
bring myself to it, I guess.
This way.
- Thank you for seeing me.
- It's a travesty, what
you're going through.
How can I help?
- Uh, well, I think there
might be a connection
between your missing
cases and my daughter.
- Okay.
- All three were friends
with Melissa Bloom.
- Oh, I know where
you're going with that.
But we ran that trap.
We didn't come
back with anything.
- Are you sure?
- After the second
girl went missing,
we looked hard at the Blooms.
In the interviews,
financial profiles,
searched their vehicles,
turned their double
wide inside out.
- They lived in a trailer?
- Mm-hmm.
But we came back empty handed.
Me and my deputies, we
just couldn't believe it.
- Was one of your deputies
Detective Mike Hopkins?
- He was the lead
on those cases.
He took it especially
hard when we didn't come
back with anything.
Transferred only a
couple months after that.
- I need to tell you something,
and if I'm right,
you might be able
to take those posters
off your wall.
- Hello?
- It's
detective Hopkins, you at home?
- Yes, of course.
However I can help.
- You
be at Gina's right away.
- I'll be there
as soon as I can.
- Just got off the
phone with the state AG.
This is gonna require
Internal Affairs.
- How soon can we start?
- Well, the IA investigators
will be in Paris
first thing tomorrow.
I've already put in a request
to take over your case.
- Thank you.
- Sit tight, Ms Jackson.
I'll get with you tomorrow
with the IA--
- But my daughter,
she's still out there.
- Yeah, I understand that,
but trust me, we're gonna
do everything that we can
to find your daughter.
- Thank you.
- You're welcome.
- Honey.
Dinner's in five minutes.
- I'll be right down.
- In a week or two, maybe we
can throw another pool party.
- Yes, Mommy.
I love you.
- I love
you too, sweetheart.
- How is she?
- She'll be fine.
I don't trust him.
- Me neither.
- We have a little cash.
We could still run.
- It was my mess.
I mean, it's my mess.
I have to clean it up.
I will be back in a few hours.
I'll drive her to the docks,
and be done with this.
- I'll have her ready.
- I love you.
- I hope I'm not too late.
- Oh, Damon.
- I came as fast as I could.
Detective Hopkins said
it was an emergency.
- Wait, Mike called you?
- Shut up.
Move to the door.
Open it.
Open up the door!
Over there, now.
- I know who you are.
You're Melissa's Father,
Ryan Bloom and you
have my daughter.
- Over there, now.
- He has my gun, Gina.
- This isn't gonna work.
I already talked to the
detective in Kirkwood.
He knows Mike and you
were working together.
Killing us won't
make a difference.
- You're lying.
- Think about Melissa.
If you do this, you're gonna
get locked up for life,
and you'll never see her again.
- Shut up!
- I'm sorry.
For everything.
- Damon, no!
- Damon, oh, I'm
gonna call for help.
- Go, get her.
- Sir, there's been a shooting.
- Really?
- Yes sir.
At Gina Jackson's house.
- What happened?
- Gina, she shot Ryan Bloom.
Apparently, Ryan shot Gina's
ex-husband before she shot him.
There's an ambulance on the way.
Should I go to notify Mrs Bloom?
- No.
Uh, no I'll do that myself.
Get everyone down
to the crime scene.
- Yes sir.
- No, no, no, no, no, no!
No, wait, stop, wake up!
Come on, wake up!
Wake up!
Wake up!
Wake up!
- Kelsey, you all right?
Are you all right?
- Let go of me!
- He's not gonna help
you, go upstairs!
Go now!
- Mom.
- Kelsey!
Oh my God, Kelsey!
- I'm at Melissa's house.
- I'm already heading
your way, just stay put.
- I'm in her bedroom.
- Okay, just stay hidden.
- Melissa?
- I don't want nice
things anymore!
- I'm so sorry.
- Where is she?
- Don't!
- Where is she?
- No!
- Where's your friend?
- I don't have any friends.
Where is your friend?
- I don't have any
- Fine.
You two wait here.
- Mom, please be careful.
- Kelsey, where are you?
Come on.
Come on Kelsey, you're
being ridiculous.
I'm not gonna hurt ya.
- No, please, don't.
I just wanted to
protect my daughter.
- She's upstairs.
- Come here!
Come on!
- No, get off me!
- Stop!
- Gina.
Oh, I don't know Gina, you seem
pretty shaky with that gun.
You got a lot of
firearms experience?
- Good enough for the last
guy who messed with me.
- Yeah, but you can't
afford to miss this time.
Drop it.
Drop it.
Drop it.
- Okay, okay!
You're right.
You're right.
Let her go.
Take me instead.
- No, no, Mom, Mom!
Why did you do that?!
- It's okay, it's okay.
Wherever you're selling
her, take me instead,
I'll go willingly.
- No deal.
- If you want her, you're
gonna have to go through me.
- Fair enough.
- You shouldn't have
messed with my family.
Come on, come on!
Come on!
- Hand behind your head.
- Gina, are you all right?
- We're okay, but you better
get paramedics up there fast.
- Medic!
Make sure the medics
check the girl first.
- Okay, let's go over
here and get you checked.
- Okay.
- Turn.
Watch your head.
- Okay.
- Mike Hopkins.
You're under arrest.
- Are you okay?
- I'm sorry.
Whoa gotta get to you now
Need you somehow
Some way
Whoa you remind me of heaven
I need you right now
- Everything okay in here?
- Yeah, we're fine, we're just
doing some pivotal research.
- Yeah, it's really,
really important.
- Oh, is that right?
- So far, Cal
Poly's in the lead.
- Oh yeah.
- Uh, did you remember
the onne sign up
for the tour at Berkeley,
I heard you can't just--
- Mom, it's just
college, we got this.
- All right, just
be ready in 10.
Your Dad's almost here.
He's so excited to take you
guys on this college trip.
- We'll be ready.
- Okay.
I love you guys!
- We love you too!
Whoa you remind me of heaven