Mammoth (2009) Movie Script

You'll see stars.
- No, no, no, no,
no, no, no, no, no, no, no.
No, no, no, no, no.
No, no, no.
No! No!
Oh, no.
One, two, and three.
- She's inside.
She's inside.
She's here.
She's here.
Mm, beautiful building,
yes, yes.
Okay, my arms hurt.
- Okay,
make it to the pillow.
Make it to the pillow.
Okay, get on the-
And up, and up, and up.
- One, two, three,
flip her.
And we have to get-
Okay, up, up.
Yes, yes, yes.
Oh, man.
She's gonna be...
I know.
And jumping.
Are you going out?
- Yeah.
Where are you going?
All right.
Well, I'll probably be gone
by the time you get back.
Hey, can I you call you back
in a minute?
Yeah, yeah.
Thanks. Bye.
- Bye-bye.
I love you.
I love you too.
How long
will you be gone?
I don't know.
I guess
just a couple of days.
Okay, good-bye, Gloria.
- Good-bye.
Have a safe trip.
- Bye, I love you.
I love you too.
- Adios.
I'm going to take you with me.
I'm going
to take you with me.
I'm going
to take you with me.
I'm going to wrap you up,
and I'm going to put you
inside my bag.
- I want to go
to the planetarium.
- No, no, no, but I'm going
to put you inside my bag,
and I'm going to wrap you up
like this.
I think
you'll fit like this.
I'm going to take you
to my private plane, all right?
Private plane?
- Yeah, I'm going to fly
in a private plane.
- Cool.
- That's cool, huh?
- I want to go to
the planetarium with Gloria.
- All right,
okay, okay, okay.
Okay, good-bye.
I love you.
Bye, have a nice trip.
Bye, thank you.
- Bye.
I want to push.
I'm just
taking a charger.
I can't sleep.
Where's Jackie?
She's with Gloria.
They went
to the planetarium.
Oh, good.
Come here.
Get back in bed with me.
Oh, no.
- Get back in bed with me.
- I can't.
I have to-
I have to finish packing up,
and you have to go to sleep.
No, no, I don't.
- It sounds really nice,
but I can't.
You're not working tonight?
No, I have to get going.
I can't.
I can't.
Come here, please.
Come on,
it's so nice and warm in bed.
Come to bed.
Come on.
I know, but I can't.
I have to get going.
I have to get going.
Oh, no, please.
No, come on.
Please, please, please.
- No, hey,
I swear I can't.
Come here.
- Oh, shit.
I have to take this.
Hello, yeah.
No, no.
I don't have it right-
I don't have it
in front of me.
Can you send it
with Melissa?
Yeah, all right.
Okay, bye.
- Why don't you come with me
to Thailand?
Why don't you come with me?
Why don't you stay?
Oh, no.
- Why don't you
stay with me?
Why don't you
stay with me?
# Woke up in the evening #
# To the sound
of screaming #
# Through the walls
it was bleeding #
# All over me #
# Untied and weightless #
# Unconscious as we cross #
# The international
date line #
# Lets end it here #
Look at the little dog.
Yes, good dog.
- "Red blood cells carry oxygen
through your blood.
"More than 10 million
red blood cells
are in a drop of blood
the size of a raindrop. "
Can you imagine that?
- 10 million
in the size of a raindrop.
Yes, wow.
Ooh, and there's Jupiter.
What's the biggest planet?
- Jupiter.
Where's Jupiter?
Right there.
Did you know
that Saturn's ring around it
is all made of dust
and rocks and meteors?
You're so smart.
- They're from big bang,
I think, yeah.
- From big bang,
you think?
- Its ring
were from big bang.
- What's your name?
- Linda.
Linda, nice to meet you.
Can I take a look
at the cockpit?
Is that all right?
- Sure.
Absolutely, absolutely.
What are you doing?
Wow, look at this.
- No, we are.
Yeah, I know.
He told me all about it.
Yeah, I would totally
stick with it.
I wouldn't even listen.
Okay, bye.
Don't touch anything,
No, no, no.
No, it's pretty tempting,
but I won't.
- Hey,
he only plays video games.
He doesn't know anything
about the real thing.
- We don't have
any parachutes, no.
- The ones we're meeting.
What is it?
- Sir, oh, I can-
I'll handle that.
- Is it broken?
I think it's broken.
Yeah, it can be-
- All right.
Thanks. Thank you.
- You're the best,
Oh, you're too kind.
- You have to have
a drink with us soon.
Stop it, man.
She's magic.
Shut up.
So what's the deal
with these guys,
the ones we're meeting?
- Oh, they kind of
do everything.
They're based in Singapore.
I just thought,
Bangkok, better nightlife.
- It's crazy.
I was there.
Last time I was there,
it was insane.
So, I mean, these guys
invest in everything.
It's, like, media,
Chinese biochem, gas.
I think they have
a German football team,
Gunderbaer or something.
Never heard of them.
Right. Yeah.
Yeah, they're huge.
Huge, huge, huge.
All right.
- Speaking of which,
the big meeting.
- This, my friend,
is for you.
You're going to need that.
- Pen?
- Yeah.
All right.
- It's for signing
all those contracts.
Hey, man, thanks.
It's pretty nice.
- You know what
the white stuff is right there?
- What do you mean,
It is. It is.
It's, like, the-you know,
the hairy elephants
that died, like,
5,000 years ago or something.
- And now they go
on these expeditions
and dig them up.
They've been buried in Siberia,
frozen solid there ever since.
It's pretty cool.
They have to dry it out,
and then they process it,
and then they have to wait
five years
before they can
cut and polish the ivory
and use it as the inlay
right there.
- It's the world's finest pen,
3,000 bucks.
- And there,
beckoning in black space,
is planet Earth.
When we see Earth
from the outside,
we discover
a completely new planet.
Our planet
is a world of water,
intricate layers
of blue and turquoise
constantly rising and falling
from the gravity force
of our moon.
Planet Earth is wrapped
in a thin layer of atmosphere,
the biosphere.
If it weren't
for this fragile cocoon,
our planet would be
as dry and lifeless
as our nearest neighbors
in the solar system.
Planet Earth,
this tiny oasis
in an endless space,
is our heritage
and our home.
It's really cool,
like you really are
in outer space.
- You know, I think you're
going to be an astronomer
when you grow up.
You do?
Can I?
Of course you can.
Honey, you can be anything
you want to be.
- Then I'm going to be
an astronomer.
It's so cool.
Excuse me.
I've got to go.
Thank you, Gloria.
That was delicious.
- You want
some more bacon?
- Gloria,
can I leave this here for you?
Yes, of course.
- Sorry.
I'm just behind.
- So do you really want
to be an astronomer
when you grow up?
- Uh-huh, and a ve-
a veteretinarian.
A veterinarian?
- My son also
wants to be like that,
to be a veterinarian.
How old is he?
He is ten years old.
What's his name again?
His name is Salvador,
but sometimes
we call him Badong.
Yes, Badong.
- Big brother, is that the way
to America over there?
No, this is the way.
This way?
- They say
that if you dig a hole,
you'll come out
on the other side of the world.
America is on
the other side of the world.
But you can't do that.
Why not?
You just said you could.
- Because inside the Earth,
there's a fire.
Is it a big fire?
Yes, big and hot.
Big brother?
Big brother?
I was sleeping.
- I just wanted to make sure
you were still there.
Of course I am.
Where did you think
I was going?
Go back to sleep.
Big brother,
when is Mother
coming home?
Do you think she'll be home
for my birthday?
Go back to sleep.
- Did you know
that we all come from the stars?
What do you mean?
- Well, everything in the
universe comes from the stars.
there was a big bang,
and then that's how
all the stars were made,
and everything else
was made from the stars,
trees and plants
and animals
and water
and people too.
Did you know that,
that we're made of stardust?
but I don't believe it.
I don't believe
in a big bang.
- But it's-it's true,
proven scientifically.
- But I believe in God,
not in a big bang.
- Well, maybe it was God
that made big bang.
Like, first he made big bang
and then-to make
all the stars in the universe.
Then he made the dinosaurs,
but then
he didn't like them,
so he made them extinct
and made people instead.
Please dial 112.
- Can I get some help?
I've been waiting for hours.
- Someone
will be right with you.
will be right with you.
11-year-old boy.
Multiple stab wounds
to the abdomen and hands.
Free airways.
Breathing spontaneously.
BP, 85 over 50.
- On my count.
One, two, three.
Pulse, 110.
Notify the OR.
- GOS was 14 in the field,
now down to 8.
Equal and responsive.
Anybody know
this boy's name?
- Anthony.
Anthony, can you hear me?
Has he sustained
any other injury?
No, no.
Lungs clear.
Five stab wounds
to the abdomen.
I need four units of O-neg.
Hurry up.
Let's turn him over.
One, two, three.
Okay, that's good.
He's clear.
All right.
Hurry up.
I need vascular instruments.
I want thoracotomy instruments
to stand by,
and I want an orthopedic surgeon
to stand by for the hands
when I'm done.
And a clamp.
95 over 50.
You got a blood gas?
- Yeah, I'm just going
to take one now and analyze it.
- Looks good.
The liver is packed.
I'm almost done here.
I think that's it here.
I think everything's
under control.
How much blood
did he get?
- Oh, he got four units
and four plasma.
It's right on.
# Once I wanted to be #
# The greatest #
# No wind or waterfall
could stall me #
# And then came
the rush of the flood #
# Stars at night
turned deep to dust #
# Melt me down #
# Into big black armor #
# Leave no trace #
I'm so happy
to hear your voice.
How are you?
- Mother, I have something
important to tell to you.
Manuel misses you.
I miss him too.
I think of you both
all the time.
- I'm okay,
but Manuel is so young.
He wants you to come home
for his birthday.
I want that too, my son.
Don't worry.
I bought lots of toys
and put them in a box.
What do you think
he might like?
He likes basketball.
Is that so?
I'll buy him a basketball.
- But when are you
coming home for real?
My brother
misses you so much.
- Do you know
what you can do for him?
Take your brother
to visit our new home.
You can show him what it will
look like when I come back.
Show him
where his room will be
and yours and mine too.
If you do that, my boy,
you'll make your brother happy.
That would
make me happy too.
I'm coming home soon,
and we'll all live together.
I love you so much.
You're very good,
and I'm so proud of you.
- We've got a bit
of a problem.
What kind of problem?
I'm afraid the contract
isn't quite ready
for you to sign.
We ran into
a couple of snags.
Thought I had it sorted out.
When did this happen?
Last night.
- All right,
I'll take care of it.
Is it all right?
- Yeah, it's fine.
It's so typical.
Why are they wearing masks?
- Ah, the air is bad,
- Looks like they're going
to rob a bank or something.
I would like a mask someday.
Hey, Bob,
could I have a mask?
Yeah, Leo.
When we get to there,
we'll give you a mask.
Good, I like masks.
- Mr. Vidales.
- Yes.
- A very warm welcome
to Millennium Hilton, Bangkok.
Thank you very much.
- You must be Mr. Sanders.
- Yes, hi.
- A very warm welcome
to the hotel.
If you're ready, Mr. Vidales,
we'll just go straight up.
Good morning.
This is the living room.
The sofa will be there
and the TV here.
- Will the floor
look like this?
- They'll put
a carpet on it.
That will make it nicer, right?
- Big brother,
why are there no windows?
- It's not finished.
Uncle will put windows in.
Why is this so rough?
Are they going to paint it?
When our house is done,
it'll be as nice
as that one.
But why isn't there a roof?
They'll put one on.
It's not finished yet.
Uncle, when will
the house be done?
I don't know.
- Mother said I should tell you
to hurry up.
Your mother said that?
- Well, then tell your mother
to send more money.
The roof could have been
finished this week,
but I couldn't
pay the workers.
You tell her that.
- Welcome to Bangkok,
Mr. Vidales.
Thank you.
- Massage?
Thai massage or Swedish massage.
It's very, very good
for your health,
Swedish massage
and something like that.
No, I-I think I'm fine.
- I'm fine.
No, thanks.
- Thank you.
- Thank you.
And there's a woman
standing there,
and she's asking me
if I want a massage.
And I don't know if she meant,
like, a real massage
or, like, you know,
something else, you know?
Anyway, thank you for the music.
It's great.
It's really, really,
really nice.
All right, well, I guess
we'll speak to each other later.
All right.
Big kiss. Bye.
- They agreed
to $45 million.
Now they're suddenly saying
$42 million.
I mean, it's ridiculous.
- Yeah, but, I mean,
from $45 million to $42 million,
I mean, it's not
that big a difference.
- It's a big difference.
- Yeah?
- I mean, if they say they're
going to invest $45 million,
they're going to invest
$45 million.
It's still a lot of money.
- You know, I don't like
this getting off the plane
and hearing, "Ah,
we're going to do $42 million. "
I mean, what is that?
- You know,
I have no problem with it.
It's $45 million.
We could have asked
for $65 million.
We don't want
to run our business that way.
All right.
- Look, don't worry
about it, okay?
Just let me handle
about it.
Take an extra day or two.
Go chill out.
We're in Bangkok.
Come on.
I know this guy Bee
who lives here.
- And Bee just knows
all these joints.
And we'll start at this club.
It'll be a pretty late night,
and then just hit all these
other little places.
It's just going to get, like,
darker and darker
and better and better.
You've just got to see it.
I can't wait to see you.
You're just
going to be like...
- I don't like clubbing
that much.
You don't like clubbing.
- I used to.
I used to, but I don't-
I don't like it, man.
- We're in Bangkok.
We're going to club.
- How about Death, yeah,
the game that this kid uploaded?
- Death?
- Death.
- That sounds
like a lot of fun.
- Yeah, no, no,
it's a great game.
It's a great game.
- This kid's going to make
a billion dollars off Death.
It just pisses me off.
We can't get $45 million.
Really weird custom, right?
Hey, Jackie.
How was your work?
- Oh, fine, thank you.
There you go.
I love you.
- I love you too.
- See you after school,
Have a good day,
Thank you.
- Bye.
- Bye.
Thanks, Gloria.
Bye, honey.
Love you.
I don't see anything.
I only see darkness.
- A national poll
released Monday
said the president's
- And the constant training
of the Afghan National Army
will soon have an effect.
- Properly use a cell phone
when trying to determine
whether or not you actually
want to stay on a date.
- Customer simply scans
their fingerprint at the check-
- Straight from the mines
of Africa, $199.99.
- # Destroy everything
you touch today #
# Destroy me this way #
# Anything you've made
deserts you #
# So it cannot hurt you #
# You only have to look
behind you #
# At who's underlined you #
# Destroy everything
you touch today #
# Destroy me this way #
# Everything you touch
you don't feel #
# Do not know
what you steal #
# Shakes your hand #
# Takes your gun #
# Walks you out
of the sun #
# What you touch
you don't feel #
# Do not know
what you steal #
# Destroy everything
you touch today #
# Please destroy me this way #
Hi. Hi.
Hey. Hey.
I hope you used a condom.
A condom?
- With the woman, the woman
who knocked on your door.
- Ah, right.
No, no.
We got excited
and decided not to use one.
I decided to have
some babies here in Thailand.
- Oh, good, good,
and some AIDS.
AIDS is great.
- Do you have
any porno films?
I threw them away.
You did, why?
- Because I thought that Jackie
was going to find them soon.
I can't sleep.
I'm dying to relax,
and I don't know.
I'm desperate.
I just got home from work,
got home just in time to watch
Jackie head off to school.
We met exactly
for one minute.
Feel like all I ever do
is work and work and work,
and I feel like
I'm never at home,
and when I'm at home,
Jackie's not here.
She's sleeping,
she's at school,
or she's-you know,
I don't even know where she is.
I know. I know.
I just miss her.
Every time I lie down,
my heart just rises
to the top of my chest,
and I can't stop it.
I have to go to sleep.
I just can't
turn my head off.
My mind
won't stop spinning.
I gave Jackie a hug,
and when I was holding her,
I could feel
all of her little bones.
And I couldn't stop myself
from wondering how she-
what she looked like
on the inside,
all of her organs.
I don't know.
I'm sorry.
I know I'm just tired,
but I feel like I've been
drugged or something.
- Well, why don't-
why don't you just try,
like-I don't know-
breathing in and-yeah.
Hey, do you want me
to buy you a present,
like some cheap knockoff
or some silk?
I don't know, the things
that you get here in Thailand.
What would you like,
the knockoff or silk?
- Silk.
I'll take the silk.
On my count.
One, two, three.
- It's all right.
It's all right.
Hi. Hi.
How are you?
My name is Dr. Vidales.
Can you tell me your name?
- Linda.
- Hi, Linda.
I don't want you to worry,
You're going to be
just fine.
Now, listen.
I know that you're
in a lot of pain,
but I need you to be quiet
while I listen to your lungs.
- All right,
lungs are clear.
That's very good.
Can you tell me
where it hurts?
- My chest.
- Your chest.
My leg.
- I want 10 milligrams
of morphine.
All right,
can you feel this?
Yes, that's good.
What about this?
Can you feel this?
- What about this?
Can you feel when I do this?
- No.
- You're doing very well, okay?
You don't need to be afraid.
We're going to take very good
care of you here, okay?
Oh, okay, okay.
Yes, good.
You're so good.
- He was a wonderful man, but...
- But?
- Every other woman in the world
thought he was wonderful too.
Are you married?
- Yeah, I am.
Six years.
Six years?
- Six years.
What about you?
- Well, the first husband,
7 years,
and the second husband,
12 years.
And the third marriage?
- Oh, he ain't born yet,
and his mama's dead.
Oh, that's hot.
You're going to want
to double-cup that.
No cream.
What does your husband do?
My husband is in games.
Like Las Vegas games?
- No, no.
He's a-
Have you heard of a-
It's a website.
It's called Underlandish.
- It's-it's a little bit
like MySpace.
It's, like-
it's an online community,
but instead of it
being based on music,
it's based on games,
and it's pretty much
one of the biggest game sites
on the Internet,
and Leo, my husband,
is the guy who started it.
It's funny.
When we met-
I mean, he's not much
of a businessman or anything,
but he was just a gaming nerd,
you know?
He gets to live
a protracted adolescence, but...
- Ah, yeah.
That happens.
- Is this-
is it silk?
- Some silk,
some pashmina.
Are you interested
in some pashmina?
- Is this-
This is only silk.
- Mm-hmm.
Like, for your wife?
Maybe this good
for your wife.
This is quite nice color.
- Yeah,
this one is great.
This one is really nice.
But actually, that one's
also really nice, so...
Well, I'm not sure.
You know what?
I'll just take this,
this, this, this one.
You know, I think-
I think I'll just get-
I'll just get all of them.
- You'll take them all?
Okay, okay, all right.
- You know,
it's better than not to.
Yeah, okay.
- All right.
Just in case.
Anything else?
- And this one.
This one.
- Okay, all right.
- You know what?
This one, yeah.
- Yes?
All right.
- Just-yeah.
Hey, man,
can I help in any way?
- No, we're good.
We're all right.
- Man, come on.
I'm bored.
- Leo, you know
you're no negotiator.
Just-it's not your thing,
- Yeah, I know,
but I'm a genius, you know?
So by definition, I'm supposed
to be able to do anything.
- Yeah, you're also
a smug little bastard,
but we got everything
under control.
Just go spend some time.
Go see some temples
or take the boat ride
in the canals or something.
- Yeah, yeah,
I'm going to go somewhere.
I don't know.
I'll find out.
All right, well,
speak to you later, all right?
- I got to get
back in there.
I'll call you back.
All right, bye.
# Woke up in the evening #
# To the sound
of screaming #
# Through the walls
it was bleeding #
# All over me #
# Untied and weightless #
# Unconscious as we cross #
# The international
date line #
# Let's end it here #
- Hey, I'm bored.
I'm bored.
I'm absolutely bored.
I've been doing nothing,
I miss you.
Can you-
Where are you?
Can you-can you Skype?
I want to see you.
Let's have
some Skype sex.
- No, no.
Slow down.
No, no, no,
I'm not on Skype.
I'm at the grocery store.
I'm food shopping.
- Ah, right.
What are you buying?
I don't know.
I thought I'd make
a pizza with Jackie.
I'm just at the store.
- Ah, pizza.
Oh, I wish I was there.
I want to go home.
Well, then come home.
I want to go home,
but I can't
because I'm just waiting
till they finish negotiating,
and then
I'm going to sign the paper,
and that's all I'm here for,
you know?
I'm just going to sign
the dotted line, and that's it.
- Oh, well,
you should go on a vacation.
I mean,
you're in Thailand.
You're close
to all those islands.
They've got to be what,
like, an hour away?
Oh, yeah.
- Why don't you go sit
on a beach, eat a peach?
- Yeah, yeah,
that's a really good idea, yeah.
- Now I'm jealous.
I wish I was with you.
It's freezing here
right now.
What's "car" in Tagalog?
Do you feel cold?
Not really.
Are you sure?
What's "sky"?
"Sky" is...
What's "bike"?
What's "elevator"?
- We don't have any Tagalog
for "elevator. "
Hi, sweetie.
- It's the same,
"elevator. "
How was school?
What did you learn?
It's the Filipino language.
You did?
I know "bicycle. "
How do you say it?
- Is that right?
That sounds great.
Yes, it's right, yes.
Yeah, she sounds good?
She does.
I'm so proud of you.
Guess what.
- What?
Is it a surprise?
Not anymore.
I thought that you and I
could make some pizzas
for dinner tonight.
- Yeah, and then maybe
we could watch a movie
- But tonight me and Gloria
were going to church.
Can we do it tomorrow,
I'm so sorry,
but I don't know that you
are at home tonight.
Oh, no, that's okay.
That's probably my fault.
The schedule changed.
Why, is there something special
happening at your church?
There's a special-
Every Monday, there's
a special mass for Filipinos,
and afterwards, we eat,
and she is very eager
to learn Tagalog,
and she wants
to meet Filipinos there.
You can come with me
next time...
Is that all right?
- But you must stay
with your mom.
But I really wanted
to go to church.
- Honey, I got lots
of different toppings.
Ham, spinach,
onions, cheese,
all kinds
of different peppers.
And this is actually
very special ham,
the one on the-
Okay, you're really
not that into this, are you?
Well, it's just-
- Would you rather
go to church with Gloria?
This is-
Has Gloria left yet?
I'll tell you what.
We can make pizza
tomorrow night, okay?
Are you sure?
- Yeah. Have fun.
Hurry up.
- Okay, okay.
I will.
- Do you want me
to make you something to eat
before you go?
- There will be food
at the church.
- I'd like to order a pizza
for delivery, please.
Fresh tomatoes, spinach,
and Parmesan, please.
Yeah that's right,
Thank you, thank you.
- How do you say,
"What time is it?" in Tagalog?
Excuse me?
- She said that,
"Excuse me, what time is it?"
Oh, the time?
Five, five, five.
- Five, five, five.
- Sorry about that.
Thank you so much.
You're so silly.
Yeah, you will learn
a lot of Tagalog words here.
You like it?
You'll learn a lot here.
- Yeah, I'll give it to you
as a present.
Thank you.
- In the name of the Father,
the Son, and the Holy Ghost.
all: Amen.
May the Lord be with you.
- May the sacrifice we have
offered renew our spirit.
For the sake of your Son...
May the peace of the Lord
be with you always.
Let us offer each other
the sign of peace.
My name is Jackie.
- That's very good.
She's very good.
You're so smart.
How old are you?
Seven and a half.
And how do you call me?
Nanny Gloria.
Wow, very good.
- Do you want me
to do something?
- Um, no, no.
No, no.
Look, you don't
have to do anything.
I mean, really,
I'll just go to the airport
and get a flight there,
find a flight.
- I mean, I can call Melissa
and have her set it up.
Why don't you just call her
and have her set it all up?
- Man, but I've traveled
thousand times like that.
- You want
to be 18 again, huh?
Sleep on the beach with
the cockroaches, is that it?
- Man, I'm a backpacker,
come on.
You're not a backpacker.
You own a company.
You're the founder
of a company.
Backpackers don't do that.
- Man, I was born
into a hippie family.
- You're not-
You live in Soho.
That doesn't-that makes you
not a hippie immediately.
- I'm just going to get there
and find my way around.
Really, don't worry.
I mean,
it's going to be fine.
It's going to be fine,
all right?
Listen, do me a favor.
Bring your BlackBerry,
'Cause it's-that's crucial.
So whatever you want,
bring your games, whatever,
just bring your BlackBerry,
because I need to reach you.
- All right.
Okay, man, take care.
We'll talk.
- Keep in touch.
All right, bye.
Hey, hey, Melissa.
Hey, yeah, it's me.
I was wondering
if you could help me out.
I need to get
a plane ticket.
# Distance versus time #
# Outing verses down to size #
# Focus versus tears #
# Versus
"How did I get here's" #
# Versus curses
in your eyes #
# Force of nature
versus range #
# Nature versus
"That is strange" #
# There's a fire
starting here #
# Versus
"There's nothing to fear" #
# Versus lonely
versus safe #
# Like a kitten versus rain #
# A cathedral versus love #
# Versus shame #
- Is this the hotel?
- Yes.
- Thank you.
- Welcome to the Rawi Warin
Resort and Spa.
Oh, this is beautiful.
Thank you.
Thank you.
A welcome drink.
Thank you.
This is-
this is great.
This place is great.
It's really nice, but I think-
I think-
Thank you.
You know,
I don't think...
Can-can you get me a taxi?
Could I get a taxi?
Yeah, please.
I would like
to go to a bungalow.
Yeah, yeah.
Like, a hut on the beach,
you know, just a normal hut,
yeah, like, simple.
Mm, simple?
Simple, yeah, like-
Simple, simple.
- Something simple,
not fancy, you know, just-
- Cheap, yeah.
Cheap, yeah.
- Yeah, I know.
I know.
Oh, wait. Wait. Wait.
Hey, could we-
could we go back?
- Why?
- Could we go back?
There's an elephant.
- Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
- Yeah?
Hold it. hold it.
Okay. Okay.
Oh, this is great.
- Hi.
Hi, do you sell these?
- Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
This one, you like?
What color?
Yeah, I need this.
I need shorts, yeah.
This one.
Yeah, this one.
This one, yeah.
And, yeah,
I think I need...
Yeah, why not?
Would you like watch?
- Oh, this one.
This one's really cool.
I have one to show you.
- This one.
- Watch?
You like?
Same watch?
Yeah, same.
This is good.
- Same.
- How much?
1,050 baht.
Yeah, yeah?
1,050 baht.
- All right.
Guess what.
I saw an elephant.
Just now,
I saw an elephant and a...
Just there on the road.
It was really beautiful.
You know, we should-
we should come here one day.
You know,
we should just come here and-
Or not here, anywhere.
I think you, me, and Jackie,
you know,
we just take some time off,
you know?
I think we should go somewhere
on a vacation.
I really feel
the need to do that.
I mean,
whenever we can, you know?
We'll find the time.
We'll find the time.
But I think we need to do that,
you know?
Any changes?
- You know who stabbed him,
Yeah, his mother.
What a sick world, huh?
Hi, it's me.
I just wanted
to talk a little.
It's a-I don't know.
It's nothing important.
It's just something at work,
There's this boy here,
He was stabbed in the stomach
by his mother.
I mean,
how does that happen?
How does a mother
do that to her own child?
Well, he was bleeding
like crazy.
I didn't think
he was going to make it.
I just-I thought he was going
to bleed out on me.
He's just a little kid.
I mean-I mean,
it could have been Jackie.
I just kept thinking
that it could have been Jackie.
Oh, God.
- Hi.
I'm interested in a telescope.
It's for my daughter.
She's seven, but she's
very interested in astronomy,
and I want something
that's going
to last her
for quite a while.
Yeah, so I want something
very high quality, I guess.
- I can show you
which ones we have in stock.
- Sure, sure.
That'd be great.
I recommend this one.
- You'd recommend this one
over those two?
- This one would be great
for a seven-year-old.
This is
a very good telescope.
- But it's still sophisticated
at the same time.
I don't want her to feel
like I'm talking down to her
or anything like that.
- No, no, no, no.
This is a great telescope.
- What?
Is that for me?
Of course it is.
What do you think?
I love it.
Did I do good?
- You got exactly
what I wanted.
- I thought if you were going
to be an astronomer,
you better start practicing.
Take a look.
- You can't really see anything
when it's daylight, though.
- Good point.
Silly Mommy.
It's so cool.
- Why don't we come back later
when it gets dark, huh?
We can look
at the stars together.
- Ears.
- Ears.
- Nose.
- Who wants to go look
at their new telescope?
- Let me just finish
this page.
- Blanket.
- Yes, blanket.
And my foot.
- Foot.
- Foot, yes.
And my foot.
And my calf...
Calf, here.
And right here.
- Gloria, can I talk to you
for a second?
Yes, of course.
Where are you going?
To talk to your mom.
- It's about
all of the Tagalog.
I think it's great that Jackie
is so interested.
I really do.
And you're doing a fantastic,
fantastic job.
I just don't want her
to spend so much time on it.
I'm afraid it's going to start
interfering with her homework.
- But she has already finished
her homework.
No, I know.
It's just-
You know how kids get.
They, you know,
get fixated on something,
and everything else
is just out the window,
and I just don't want her
to get too-too-
Do you understand
what I mean?
Yes, of course.
Okay, good.
Thank you.
Want to put your coat on?
Oh, my gosh
you found a star.
I did?
- Oh, Jackie,
that's amazing.
Honey, it's beautiful.
You actually found a star.
- I found
a couple thousand.
Sorry, a couple.
More than a couple.
At least 1,000.
- Here, you want me
to hold you steady?
Don't touch it too much.
Oh, no, we lost it.
- I wonder what Mother
is doing in America right now.
- I don't know.
Maybe she's sleeping.
- Sleeping?
But it's noon already.
It's nighttime in America.
- If it's daytime
in the Philippines,
it's nighttime in America.
I didn't know that.
How long
will she be staying there?
- Why are you asking
all these questions?
I'm just thinking of her.
- We'll be all grown up
by the time she gets back.
- What?
But I'm still a little boy.
She'll come home
when we're done with school
and have jobs.
- It's Salvador.
I want you to come home.
- What's happened?
Is there a problem?
- No, you just need
to come home.
I know you need
to earn money
for the new house
and everything,
but I'm bigger now.
I can help you.
I'll work and make money
so that you can come home.
- No, I'm the one
that's going to work
for you and your brother.
I love you so much.
You must be strong.
Stop crying, all right?
You have to come home.
Please, don't cry.
You have to be strong.
Come home.
- I love you and Manuel
so much.
Do you need help?
No, ask him.
- You're too young,
and fishing is hard work.
- I can help
with the fishing nets.
- No,
we can take care of it.
Perhaps when you're older.
Good day.
I was wondering,
could I work here?
That's not possible.
You're too young.
I'm good at cooking.
I always help my grandma
at home.
- It's not possible.
Go away.
I'm a fast learner.
Good afternoon.
Good afternoon to you.
- I'm just wondering
if there's work for me here.
See this sack of rice?
It must be emptied.
Put this plastic bag
on the scale.
You're going
to repack the rice.
Each plastic bag
should weigh one kilo.
Put the rice in the plastic bag
like this.
Just make sure the scale needle
doesn't go past number one.
It doesn't matter
if it goes under the line
but not over.
- Mother,
I can't do this any longer.
- Gloria,
I know you can do it.
You're strong.
- I feel like my chest
will explode.
Mother, I'll never
get used to this, not ever.
This is not
what God wants.
You feel that way now,
but I believe
it's God's will
that you give your children
a better future.
No, Mother.
God wants me
to be with my children.
Can you understand that?
I want to come home.
I miss my children.
- Be strong, my child.
You can do it.
Try to be strong.
I know you can do it.
I'm done now.
Are you finished?
Is the sack empty?
Let me see.
You're a really good boy.
Wait. I'll go inside.
I have a reward for you.
Here you are,
some candy and mango juice.
That's your favorite,
isn't it?
Yes, thank you.
- You're a really nice boy,
a hardworking boy.
You like that,
don't you?
- I just wanted
to ask how-
- How much
will you pay me?
Pay you?
I'm not giving you any money.
But you must pay me.
I did all of this.
Did you help me for money?
Get out of here.
Shame on you.
Are you trying to trick me?
Go on, leave.
Shame on you.
I'm not that easily fooled.
- # Infrastructure
will collapse #
# Voltage spikes #
# Throw your keys
in the bowl #
# Kiss your husband
good night #
# And forget about
your house of cards #
# And I'll deal mine #
- Hey,
how you doing?
Hey, I'm Leo.
- Hey, Leo.
- Roon.
- Roon.
Hey, man.
What's up, boss?
- I'm Leo.
- Leo.
- Hey,
how are you doing?
You guys are
on vacation here, or...
We're just chilling too.
I wouldn't call it vacation.
All right.
- I don't want to think
about going home.
What brings you here?
- Well, I've been traveling
for the last six months.
Six months?
- Yeah, I'm-
I just landed here,
but I've been just
all over the place, you know?
I have this thing and-
But I decided to leave
everything behind
and come and just travel.
I'm a firefighter.
I got a bit-
It was too much, you know?
- He was their
main illustrator...
- # Sometimes I feel
like a motherless child #
Is this it?
- # Sometimes I feel
like a motherless child #
# Oh #
# I just can't
leave you alone #
# Boy, you got me doing things
that I would never do #
# And I can't stop
the way I'm feeling #
# If I wanted to #
# I'm crazy about the way #
# That you could make me
say your name #
# And if I couldn't have you #
# I would probably
go insane #
# Only you
can make me feel #
# Only you
can make me feel #
# And only you
can take me there #
# Only you
can take me there #
# Only you, only you #
- Why do you
look like this?
Why you like this?
Smile. Smile.
Smile, okay.
It's good.
It's good, yeah.
Your smile is good.
Your smile is good.
What's your name?
What's your name?
What's your name?
My name's Leo.
I'm Cookie.
Yes, Cookie.
- Cookie?
- Cookie.
All right.
Where are you from?
- I live
in the United States.
Oh, I love USA.
Oh, yeah, you like?
I love America.
All right.
- Why two watches?
Why you wear two watches?
- Because in this one,
I keep New York time,
and in this one,
I keep Thailand time.
You want fun time?
- You want fun time?
You want fun time?
Fun time?
- No, I don't.
I don't want fun time.
No, no.
You don't like fun?
You don't like fun?
You don't like fun?
Leo, you don't like fun?
You know what?
I want to have a fun time,
all right?
I want to have a fun time,
All right, Cookie, come.
I'm going to pay you
so that you don't go back
to work, okay?
You don't go back to work.
Okay, you go home and sleep,
all right?
Do you understand
what I'm saying, yeah?
I'm going to give you-
Look, you and me, no sex,
all right?
We're not going to have sex.
No, no.
No sex.
No, I'm going to give you-
Look, I'm going to just give you
everything I've got, all right?
You're going
to go back home,
and you're going to sleep,
all right?
On your own, not with me,
not with anybody else.
You're just going to go back,
all right?
Okay, and you don't come back
and work here, all right?
You don't come back
- Okay,
I want to see you go.
I have to see you go.
- Okay.
Good night.
Good night.
Good night.
- Bye-bye.
Don't come back.
Hey, baby, hey.
Okay, I'm going
to go to sleep now.
I miss you.
I've been thinking.
I have to do
some charity work.
You know, I have to-
I think I could put up
a foundation or-
or support an orphanage,
or-I don't know-I mean,
just handing out computers maybe
and helping out kids,
or Bob gave me this stupid pen
with mammoth ivory,
and I couldn't stop
thinking that,
what if we all
die out soon?
You know, the whole human race
and, you know,
the rats will take over
or maybe someone else,
and one day,
they'll dig out our graves,
and they're going to make pens
out of our skeletons
just like the mammoths.
- And no sex?
- No.
- Nothing?
- No.
Where is he from?
I love Americans.
- I hate them,
but this one was different.
You hate Americans?
- They think
they're so good in bed.
The Italians are worse.
- Yes, they think
they're so good,
they shouldn't have to pay.
- But the Germans
are the worst.
- The Germans?
They're okay.
They're dirty.
No, not all of them.
But the Arabs,
the Arabs are the worst of all.
I wouldn't go with them.
Nobody would.
They stink.
How about the Japanese?
I wouldn't go with them.
- No way,
not with a Jap.
I hate the Japanese.
- You wouldn't
because their dicks
are the size
of my little finger.
My little finger,
not yours.
I'm going
to look for him tomorrow.
I know where he lives.
- Do you like ice cream,
When you get out of here,
I'm going to buy you
all the ice cream you can eat
and candy,
all the candy in the world.
I promise.
You ready?
Good to go.
What's that noise?
- That's Dr. Jackson's
whale song.
- I always play whale music
when I work.
Helps to keep you focused.
You got to be kidding.
- Yeah, we've got
a lot to learn from whales.
You know
how intelligent whales are?
Come on, what do you have
against whales?
- I've got nothing
against whales.
I just don't want them
in my OR.
- You want to hear
something else,
like the radio
or something?
- Hey, come on.
- Speed metal perhaps?
- Not better than whale music,
believe me.
- All right, let's go.
And compress.
And hold.
They're amazing.
They can sing to another whale
60 miles away.
What are they singing about?
The usual.
"Here I am.
Where are you?
I love you.
I miss you. "
The usual.
- And recent studies
show that whale songs
can have a positive effect
on people who are stressed
or can't sleep.
Can't sleep, huh?
Time to get up.
We're going somewhere today.
Hurry up and get dressed.
Wake up.
But I have school today.
You're not going to school.
I'll be your teacher today.
This is yours,
and this is yours.
Tell your brother's teacher
he's home sick today.
So you've worked
for that old, miserly cheat.
Rita told me everything.
I take good care of you,
don't I?
Yes, Grandmother.
- So why do you keep
calling your mother to complain?
Do you know
where we're going?
Let's go.
Look at them.
This is what they do
every day.
Look at those kids.
Is this the kind of life
you want?
Look, he's only your age,
and he's already
collecting garbage.
Here's some bread.
Eat it.
I don't want it.
Why not?
You haven't eaten
anything today.
Go on, eat it.
Do you know why your mother
is working in America?
So you won't have
to eat this bread,
so that you can have
a good life,
a good life, proper food,
nice house,
a good education,
money so when you get sick,
you can go to the doctor.
Those kids
can't go to the doctor.
When they get sick,
they just die.
They just die.
Are you enjoying
your ice cream?
We should pity those people
who live in the dumpsite.
No one should have to live
in a place like that.
You know, there's something
worse happening here at night.
Kids come here
to sell themselves.
Sell themselves?
- They sell themselves
to tourists.
They buy kids and take them
to their hotels.
- Why are they taking the kids
to their hotels?
I don't know.
They just want someone
to sleep with.
Do they get paid?
What else do they do?
Let's not talk about it.
They just sleep,
nothing else.
They don't do anything.
They just sleep there.
Just eat your ice cream.
Good morning, Leo.
I think you maybe want
to see something.
I am guide.
Sightseeing all island.
I know everything.
Really beautiful waterfall.
- No, no,
I don't want to, no.
No, I think I'm just going
to be here, you know,
spend the day here
at the beach.
Thank you.
You scary me?
I'm scaring you?
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
I didn't mean to scare you.
No, I'm just-
Oh, no, I'm not.
I'm scared of you?
I'm not scared.
I'm not scared.
You have a girl?
You have a girl here?
I get breakfast.
You wait.
I come back.
I take you good places.
I know best beach.
Beach, beach.
Really beautiful waterfall
and famous dead monk
with sunglasses.
Very special.
Dead monk?
Dead monk.
- With sunglasses.
- With sunglasses.
Why with sunglasses?
It's special, special.
You're kidding me, right?
- No.
Real, real.
Leo, yeah.
Oh, real.
Ah, right, yeah, yeah.
I thought
you were saying "Leo. "
I was like, "Leo. "
No, real.
Yes, banana.
This is it?
My motorcycle.
All right, pink, cool.
All right.
Do you have one?
Only one?
Yes, one.
All right, no, no, no.
You have to wear it.
- No.
I'm okay.
- I'm not going to wear it.
I'm not going to wear it.
No, you put it on.
No, you put it on.
You put it on.
I'm not going to wear it.
If there's only one,
you wear it, all right?
All right.
Like this?
All right.
No, just sit normal.
Just sit normal,
all right?
- No, no, no.
You know what I mean.
You know what I mean.
That's not normal.
Come on.
Just move over a bit,
all right?
All right, let's go.
- Okay.
All right.
- Okay,
I'm going to hold on to you
just because I don't want
to fall down, all right?
All right.
- Okay.
- But don't-don't-
I mean, don't misinterpret this,
all right?
Go. Go. Go.
Okay, let's go.
There's monkeys
all over the place.
I know, monkeys.
- Yes, yes, yes, yes.
Ooh, ooh.
- And reincarnation.
How's that like?
Like, when you're-
when you die-
I mean,
I'm something in this life,
then I die, and then I become
something else, yeah?
You know, like, something.
You become something else.
You understand?
- Ah, okay.
Okay, I know. I know.
Do you believe in that?
Yes, yes.
- For example, with him,
right now, he's a dog.
I might be a dog
in my next life.
Next life.
Next life.
- Next life,
I'm going to be a dog.
He, yeah.
And do you know what you were
in your past life?
I go to monk.
He look my star.
And he say I was elephant,
- What would you like to be
in your next life?
Yeah, next life.
I don't know.
- Yeah, you know.
Ah, come on, you know.
Mm, boy.
- A boy?
- Yes.
All right, why?
- Girl not good.
Boy good.
- Girl not good?
- Yes.
No, girls are good.
Girl not good.
- Yeah, girls are good.
Come on.
Really, you can't say shit
like that, really.
You understand
what I'm saying?
Yeah, girls are great.
Girls are wonderful.
I mean, there's no-
You know, like, you can't go on
like that, really.
I mean, you can't stop-
You have
to stop thinking like that.
Really, I mean,
girls are good.
Girls are good.
You know, if you want,
I'll get you, like-you know,
I have tons of contacts.
I can get you a job in Bangkok,
no problem.
Would you like
a real job, yeah?
In an office
and, you know, just, like...
I do know.
- You know, on a computer,
Yeah, I know. I know.
- Can I-can I talk to you
for a second?
Yes, of course.
- I just was thinking
about yesterday
and about
the Filipino book,
and I'm-I'm just so-
I'm sorry.
I was wrong,
and of course
Jackie should learn Tagalog
if she's interested.
I'm just really glad
that you're here,
and I think that you're doing,
you know, a great job here,
and I'm very, very happy
to have you around.
I don't know
what I'd do without you, so...
Thank you so much.
Thank you.
You know, it's just-
Sometimes as a parent,
it's so difficult.
- I understand that,
Are you hungry?
- I can make lunch
after this.
- No, no, no.
Me, I'll make lunch.
I'd like to, yeah.
It's my-
Are you sure?
- Sure, sure.
It's my pleasure.
Why don't I go
whip something up?
And I'll let you know
when it's ready.
- Okay.
- Okay.
- Okay.
Thank you.
# Distance versus time #
# Outing verses
down to size #
# Focus versus tears #
# Versus
"How did I get here's" #
# Versus curses
in your eyes #
# Force of nature
versus range #
# Nature versus
"That is strange" #
# There's a fire
starting here #
# Versus
"There's nothing to fear" #
# Versus lonely
versus safe #
# Like a kitten versus rain #
# A cathedral versus love #
# Versus shame #
# Free verses out to sea #
# Versus verses versus me #
# Versus me #
# Distance versus time #
# Outing verses
down to size #
# Focus versus tears #
# Versus
"How did I get here's" #
# Versus curses
in your eyes #
# Force of nature
versus range #
# Nature versus
"That is strange" #
I'm sorry.
If you'd like to change,
you can change here
if you want.
I'm sorry.
Want an apple?
But it's a-
- Wow.
- Yeah, it's kind of cool,
I used to do this kind of thing
at school,
just for practice, you know,
using a scalpel.
- Have you showed it
to Jackie?
Oh, yeah.
She's not so impressed.
It's a trick.
Here, I'll show you.
I've got more
in the kitchen.
It's beautiful.
- Yeah, flowers, I know.
I can make flowers.
They're beautiful,
but they're not exactly
It's not exactly lunch.
Oh, look at this.
Ever transplanted
a radish into a tomato?
Yeah, look at how thinly sliced
they are.
- Can't do this,
thin like this.
They're like membranes,
like an eye
or something.
It's so strange.
Contact lens?
- Looks like that.
Yeah, gosh.
Yeah, I know,
it's all interesting.
It's just that
it's not exactly lunch, is it?
I'm such a psycho.
I- I mean, I can-
I'm a surgeon,
but I can't make
a simple lunch.
- It's okay.
I'll make lunch.
- Oh, no, no, no.
That's not the point.
I wanted
to make lunch for you.
I wanted to do something
for you.
I'm just starting to feel
so useless around here.
Everything you do
with Jackie.
I just feel like
the worst mother.
- No.
You're a good mother.
I don't know.
I just-
I'm feeling so...
You know
what I'm going to do?
I'm going to come
live here and-
No, maybe not here.
Too many tourists here,
but I'll go to...
I don't know-
to India or Africa.
Do you want to come
with me?
- Yes?
- Yes.
- And you know,
maybe we can get a sailboat,
and we can just go sailing
around the world.
Would you like that?
- Yeah?
- Yes.
Let's pretend
that we're the only people
in the universe,
only you and me.
Do you understand?
Yes, you and me.
Yeah, you and me.
Tell me about your boys.
How are your boys doing?
- Oh, they are fine.
Thank you.
- Ah, Manuel.
How old is he now?
He is seven.
- And Manuel, and Salvador-
thank you-is ten.
- Excuse me.
I have to take that.
Okay, yeah,
see you then.
Oh, no.
I'm so sorry.
I've got to run in to work.
I'm so sorry.
Hey, that's my bike.
What are you doing with it?
It's mine now.
- It's not yours.
It's ours.
- Your slippers,
take them off.
Take off your clothes.
Do you have any money?
You're new around here.
Don't be a show-off.
- Hey, hey!
Go away.
Are you okay?
Are you all right?
What's your name?
- Salvador,
that's a nice name.
How old are you,
Do you live
somewhere close?
Do you have a place to go?
- Bangbang, that's down
the beach that way?
What did they do?
Did they hurt you
in any way?
Are you hurt?
Are you all right?
Come on.
Let's take you home.
Wake up.
It's time to eat soon.
Have you seen
your brother?
Have you seen Salvador?
- It's very early,
and he's not here.
I wonder where he is.
- He's probably just hanging out
with the neighbors.
- Are you sure
you haven't seen him?
It's Anthony.
Oh, no.
Oh, God, help me.
Please, God, help me.
This is Bob.
Bob, it's me, Leo.
- Listen.
I'm on my way to Bangkok.
I've had enough.
I don't care
if it's $42 million,
$45 million,
or even $30 million.
I want those contracts
ready to be signed
by the time I get there,
all right?
Got it.
- Push, push.
I need you to push.
Stay with me, Anthony.
I need more pressure.
Need sponges.
- Okay, my pressure
is down to 60 over 30 now.
- The pressure
is down to 55 over 25.
- Anthony, come on,
don't give up.
Come on, Anthony.
Shit, shit, shit, shit.
- Listen, my pressure
is going down over here.
Have you seen Badong?
No, I haven't.
He's not in his room,
and his bike is missing.
Big brother?
- Miss,
have you seen Badong?
No, I haven't.
- Okay.
Thank you.
Big brother?
There's a child here.
He's bleeding.
Help me.
Check his pulse.
- Call an ambulance.
Hurry up.
Where is he?
He's still breathing.
Help me carry him.
We need a tricycle.
- Hello.
Gloria, is that you?
My dear daughter,
I don't know how to say this,
but something's happened
to Salvador.
- Sorry,
but I have to go now.
Call your mother.
Tell her
she must come home.
To JFK Airport, please.
Hello, can I please speak
with Dr. Ellen Vidales?
- Pressure.
I need more pressure.
Shit, shit, shit, shit.
Damn it.
Shit, shit.
There's no pressure.
I can't measure it.
- Come on, Anthony.
Come on.
No circulation.
Fuck. Fuck.
There's no circulation.
- Time of death
was 12:20.
- He was just
a little boy.
- It's okay.
- Dr. Vidales,
you need to call home.
Excuse me?
- Your daughter, she's been
calling a couple of times.
- Why?
Is she okay?
- I think
you need to call her.
What did she say?
Thank you.
I- I forgot my pen.
Do you have one?
All right.
Bought one for myself too.
This is a very nice pen.
- I'm not really interested
in pens.
I'll give you $25
for all of these.
You'll get less elsewhere.
Only $25?
$25, max.
I can't give you more.
This one's a copy.
Okay, I'll give you $30.
That's my last offer.
These giant clouds of gas,
sometimes thousands
of light-years across,
are the birthplace,
the nursery, of stars...
God, it's so beautiful.
- The place where
new star systems are born.
The Orion Nebula,
1,500 light-years
away from our...
- Jackie,
something wrong?
Honey, what is it?
- Jacks, come on,
tell me.
What's up?
It's nothing.
- I miss-
I miss Gloria.
I know.
Hey, I know you do.
I just miss her so much.
I know.
- And I feel so bad
for her little boy.
Sweetheart, I know.
Come here, come here.
Oh, honey,
it's just terrible.
- I'm here now,
my son.
I will never
leave you again.
Never ever.
- How are you,
my sweet one?
Are you not asleep yet?
I miss you.
Do you miss me?
I'll be coming
to see you soon.
I promise
to come and see you.
Are you falling asleep?
Do you want me
to sing you a lullaby?
When did you see that?
- Hi.
- Daddy!
What are you doing here?
How are you doing?
Oh, my God.
Oh, my God. Oh, my God.
I've been missing you guys
so much.
Oh, man.
I'm so happy to see you.
# Once I wanted to be #
# The greatest #
# No wind or waterfall
could stall me #
She's so beautiful.
This is perfect.
This moment is perfect.
I wish every moment
was like this.
Are you working tomorrow?
- Yeah.
Are you?
No, I don't think so.
I think I'm going to stay home
for a couple of days.
I can take Jackie to school
and everything.
Sounds good.
Now we're going
to have to find a new nanny.
# Once I wanted to be #
# The greatest #
# Two fists of solid rock #
# With brains
that could explain #
# Any feeling #
# Lower me down #
# Pin me in #
# Secure the grounds #
# For the lead #
# And the dregs of my bed #
# I've been sleeping #
# For the later parade #
# Once I wanted to be #
# The greatest #
# No wind or waterfall
could stall me #
# And then came
the rush of the flood #
# The stars at night
turned deep to dust #
- # Destroy everything
you touch today #
# Destroy me this way #
# Anything you've made
deserts you #
# So it cannot hurt you #
# You only have to look
behind you #
# At who's underlined you #
# Destroy everything
you touch today #
# Destroy me this way #
# Everything you touch
you don't feel #
# Do not know
what you steal #
# Shakes your hand #
# Takes your gun #
# Walks you out
of the sun #
# What you touch
you don't feel #
# Do not know
what you steal #
# Destroy everything
you touch today #
# Please destroy me this way #
# Destroy everything
you touch today #
# Destroy me this way #
# Anything
that may delay you #
# Might just save you #
# You only have to look
behind you #
# At who's underlined you #
# Destroy everything
you touch today #
# Destroy me this way #
# Everything you touch
you don't feel #
# Do not know
what you steal #
# Shakes your hand #
# Takes your gun #
# Walks you out
of the sun #
# What you touch
you don't feel #
# Do not know
what you steal #
# Destroy everything
you touch today #
# Please destroy me this way #
# Everything you touch
you don't feel #
# Do not know
what you steal #
# Shakes your hand #
# Takes your gun #
# Walks you out
of the sun #
# What you touch
you don't feel #
# Do not know
what you steal #
# Destroy everything
you touch today #
# Please destroy me this way #
# Everything you touch
you don't feel #
# Do not know
what you steal #
# Shakes your hand #
# Takes your gun #
# Walks you out
of the sun #
# What you touch
you don't feel #
# Do not know
what you steal #
# Destroy everything
you touch today #
# Please destroy me this way #