Only Mine (2019) Movie Script

This was
one case...
out of about
seven million a year.
I haven't seen it all yet,
this one still seemed
Maybe it was how far it went.
Now, you never know
how these situations
if they will end in violence.
But that threat of harm,
that terror
that the victim
is made to live with,
that's always there.
And suddenly one day...
Let me let you...
Oh. Tommy, I'm so sorry.
Uh, I'm gonna be there
as soon as I can. I just...
No, don't call Cherise in!
I'm literally
right down the street.
No, I promise
I'm really almost there.
- Honestly, like, 30 seconds.
This time, I me...
Oh, shit. Okay.
Um, hey, Tommy,
I gotta go, but I...
I'm gonna be right there.
Don't call Cherise
or anything else.
I'm sorry, Chief Dodd.
I'm at your mercy again.
- Oh, you're not Chief Dodd.
- Nope.
- Officer Barragan.
- Officer Barragan.
- Right. You're the new guy.
- Mm-hmm.
So you're probably
not gonna let me off
with my usual warning
then, right?
'Cause, I mean, why would you?
You know how fast
you were going?
- Too fast?
- Too fast.
And you were talking
on your cell phone.
Where you headed
in such a hurry?
Uh, the James' Center.
- I work there.
- Oh, okay.
- Yeah.
- Where is that?
It's right up the corner.
I'm headed to work.
Okay. Good to know.
We have the world's best pie.
Also good to know.
All right, Julie.
How did, how do you know
my name?
Well, chief, he, uh,
gave me a heads-up
on some of the town's more
reckless citizens
and their routes.
I was expecting you.
So, here's what I'm gonna do.
I'm gonna do
what the chief would do here.
Julie Dillon,
consider this a verbal warning.
Well, thank you, sir.
You're welcome.
Just do me a favor, slow down,
keep both hands on the wheel.
If you're not careful,
you'll fly into a ditch
or kill somebody.
I promise you, I will do
neither of those things.
- Thank you.
- Thank you.
...two, two and a...
Two, ten and twelve...
Get off the RV.
Lonesome and blue
Every night, so lonesome
and blue...
Okay, so you guys
got your food.
Um, you need the... What was it?
Hash browns and toast?
And then anything else?
- Order up!
Hey, you still owe me
hash browns and toast.
You don't have 'em, probably
'cause you didn't write it down.
Check your tickets. Table four.
Oh, come on.
So, since Tommy can't
get it together,
hash browns and toast on him,
coffee's on me.
- Thank you.
- Hey!
- At least I was on time, okay?
- Ha-ha.
- Good morning, Evelyn.
- Hey.
- What do you have for me?
- Uh...
Let me see here. Ah!
Okay. A ten-letter word
for "freedom."
The, the third letter's a B.
Look at you. You are ready
for college.
Even though you can leave the
rest of us behind, it's fine.
I may be "liberated"
from this town,
but I could never leave you.
Mm. By the way,
there's some extra
in there this week.
I won 50 bucks
in the scratch-off.
I can't take that.
Yes, you can, and you will.
Go. Go.
So, I don't know
what you're up to tonight
but, um...
so, me and the boys
are heading to Lucky's
to play some pool and...
I don't know if you...
want to go.
That's nice. Sounds fun.
Sensing a "but"
coming on its way.
It's inappropriate to talk
about "butts" in the workplace.
What? No...
No, no, no. I-I wasn't--
Um, I can't tonight.
I have a thing
with Kinsey and Suzanne and...
Lucky's sounds fun though.
Cool. That's, uh...
That's awesome.
Maybe another time.
I like pool.
[indistinct song
Hello, Officer Barragan.
Don't tell me that you changed
your mind about letting me go.
- Am I under arrest?
- Nope.
While you are clearly a danger
to yourself and others,
I'm just here to inspect
the pie, ma'am.
It is really good.
I'll be the judge of that.
Do you have a preference?
I'll have whatever you think
I should have.
Coming right up.
with you being new in town
and all,
I figured you might want
somebody to...
I don't know, show you around?
Are you asking me out
on a date, Julie Dillon?
Friday night.
I don't know.
A criminal and a cop?
- People might talk.
Let 'em.
Friday night.
Yeah, we were close.
But, you know, when,
when David showed up,
it... changed things.
How so?
I, you know, I just felt
things were different.
She liked him,
and what do I know?
She was happy.
Did you like her?
I mean,
who didn't like Julie?
- Hey! I'm so sorry.
- Hey-hey!
I couldn't get my till
to close out at work
and it was this whole thing,
We'll see if I have a job
I am sure you're fine.
Got you little somethin'.
Doesn't look like much but, uh,
turn that, that's that, yeah.
- Thank you.
- You're welcome.
Isn't that the guy
you work with?
He was watching you
during the show, you know?
- Pretty intense.
- Well, that's just Tommy.
- Just Tommy, huh?
Yeah. Now, where were we?
No, but, you don't
like him, right?
What? No!
God, no.
'Cause I like you, Julie.
I do.
Yeah? But do you "like me"
like me?
I just said I like you.
Wait, are you letting me
in here?
Look, my last
relationship was
really dysfunctional.
- So...
- Someone from around here?
No. Uh, East Larson.
Where I used to live.
Oh. What's her name?
Alicia. But I don't
wanna talk about her.
David, I'm not her.
I know.
I just wanna be...
open about everything.
You know, this,
whatever this is,
I... I want it to be right.
I don't know what to say.
I like you.
You know...
Navajo myth talks
about resisting meanness.
That was Julie growing up.
Not a mean bone in her.
Did she date a lot
before this happened?
I was always happy
when she found someone.
For the first time
since her father died,
her life was
in perfect harmony.
- And he was like--
- Okay, okay.
- N-n-no, don't say it.
- No, no, no, no...
And he was just like,
"Today, I want
whatever you think
I should have."
- Oh!
So I brought him
the lemon meringue pie.
- That was some good pie.
- I think that's sweet.
I'm happy to see that Julie's
finally with a guy
who respects her opinion.
Ay, Mom, can we please
not talk about that?
Who is this?
Nobody. It's...
Just forget about it.
He just wasn't
right for you.
- Sorry, David.
- No, no.
I can handle it.
Guess I'll just have to
step up my game.
I guess you will.
- Where are we?
- Trust me.
It's worth the drive.
Wow, this place is amazing.
Is this real?
You bet.
It's my grandfather's
old hunting rifle.
Wow. Huh.
Here. Oh.
Spilled some. One second.
Everything in here
is so masculine.
It makes me wanna wear flannel
and chop down trees.
I could see that.
The sexiest lumberjack
to ever walk these woods.
Is this you?
It is! You were adorable.
Oh, I can't believe
that you were right here,
and I never met you.
- What?
- Nothing.
What is it?
I'm really happy with you.
Seeing these photos,
it always reminds me of them.
What? Your parents?
They look nice.
I didn't mean to pry.
No, it's, it's okay.
Is this at the cabin?
My mom stopped coming
a couple years after this,
but my dad and I came
every summer.
Spend some time
with the chief and his family...
till my dad died.
I'm sorry.
My dad was the best.
After he died,
my mom kinda checked out,
but she'd still send me up here
to spend time
with the chief and his family.
Get rid of me for the summer.
- Chief Dodd?
- Yeah.
Then when she passed,
the cabin went to me.
Here we are.
Thank you for telling me that.
Thank you for listening.
- Oh.
- Who's that?
I'm sorry. I didn't know
that was in there.
Is that... her?
Uh, Alicia?
It is, right?
Look, it's okay.
Everybody has stuff
in their past.
Even the sexiest lumberjack
to walk these woods
has made a mistake or two.
She was definitely a mistake.
Things didn't end well for us.
She was hung up on somebody else
the whole time we were dating.
It messed me up.
You know what's not a mistake?
What's that?
This beer...
this boy...
and this place.
I guess it is pretty good.
You know, you never
gave me a tour.
- I can do that.
- Actually, no.
- Feeling a little dizzy.
- Okay.
Think I might need
to lie down,
if that's okay.
- Okay.
- If that's okay.
Well, if you're dizzy,
come here, lumberjane.
- Whoa!
- Take you in here.
Coldwater Hills
is a small town.
A town where everyone
knows everyone.
Anytown, USA?
That depends on
where you grew up.
You know, it's as messed up as,
as any town.
You know, if you change
your mind and wanted
to do an Xbox and beer night,
the offer still stands.
Just two friends
on a very platonic,
hangout sesh, okay?
Thank you.
Have a good night.
Julie. Hey.
Hi! Hey, what are you
doing here?
I thought you got off work
at 4:00.
Yeah, but, like,
how did you get in?
I was worried about you,
so I wanted to stop by.
Oh. Yeah, I just had
to deposit something
before the bank closed.
I think we need to talk
about Tommy.
Okay, what about him?
I think you need
to keep an eye on him.
Something about him just
doesn't feel right.
I wanted to make sure
you were okay.
- Yes.
- Yeah?
- Yeah, I'm, I'm good.
- Good.
Oh. Well, hello.
What a nice surprise.
Thank you, David.
- What are you kids up to?
- Uh, I just got home.
Yeah, we're just gonna
make plans later. Right?
Wanna take this all
the way to the kitchen for me?
- I think I could do that.
- Thank you.
All right.
Did you ever say
anything to her?
About David?
No. No, never.
It was never my place.
Do you wish you had?
I think, I think she
figured that out eventually.
thanks for, uh, watching
the little rugrat tonight.
Hope I'm not keeping you
from your own
scandalous pursuits with David.
Gosh. I'm just lucky to have
some time with this little one.
You okay, kiddo?
She's been this little
ray of sunshine all day.
And here's the fun part--
no explanation.
Did something happen?
Mm, this boy at school is mean.
He said I threw a rock,
but I didn't throw a rock.
No one believed me,
they all believed him.
- He always lies.
- Who threw a rock?
- Hey, you're not here, remember?
- Fine. Not here.
But I'll find out.
Okay. Listen to me.
Sometimes a boy like that,
a boy who lies really well,
no matter what, people are gonna
believe him and not you.
But, see, sooner or later,
the truth is gonna come out
because it always does.
- Really?
- Really.
So someday you're gonna be able
to look him in the eyes
and say, "All the people
that you fooled,
they know that you are lying
and they know
I'm telling the truth."
And that's gonna
be super awesome.
Nice job stealing
my parenting thunder.
All right, kids. I'm out.
- Have fun, Mommy.
- I will. I love you.
- Muah! I will.
- Have fun.
- Stay out as late as you want.
- Oh! Okay.
Okay, what's first?
Doing our make-up
or eating the 50 pounds of candy
that I have in my purse?
The 50 pounds
of candy
...pounds of candy
Fifty pounds of candy
Hey. There's a sleeping
little girl in here.
Is everything okay?
Didn't you see I called?
Yeah, what,
what are you doing here?
You, you don't have
any idea what I've been
going through.
Hey, why don't you go to bed,
I'll tuck you in in a second.
What the hell is going on?
- Everybody's been worried sick.
- Everybody?
What are you talking about?
I thought we were supposed
to be together tonight.
- Oh, we had talked about it.
- Yeah, we had talked about it.
So when I didn't hear from you,
I started to worry.
And then I called your mother.
My mother? What does my mother
have to do with this?
She said you would be here.
But we couldn't reach you,
so here I am.
Is your phone off
or something?
Okay. Just come inside.
How many times have you
called and texted me?
I was trying to get in touch
with you, okay?
When I didn't hear back,
I-it made it worse.
My mom has been calling me
all night?
You made us all
very concerned about you.
I'm babysitting
for my best friend.
Well, it would've been
nice to know that.
Anything could've
happened to you.
When you didn't answer,
I, I thought maybe that Tommy--
My phone ringer is off.
That's not a crime.
I always wanna be able
to find you.
- Why?
- Why?
- Hey, guys, what's up?
Hey. Do you mind
giving us a minute?
We just really need
to sort some things out.
- No, I don't think so.
- I...
Okay. Then, then come with me.
- No, I have to finish up here.
- Mommy!
Julie, look. Please.
- I think you should just go.
- Julie, stop.
Okay? Think for a second.
Think about what you're doing.
- You just slow down.
- Hold on, okay?
Julie, just...
Let's, let's start over.
We can talk about it.
But not right now,
and really, really not here.
Come on.
Good night.
Yeah, I guess
I'm the brassy best friend.
Straight talk.
I take zero crap.
not so much.
And I'll never forgive myself
for not pushing her
to see it for what it was.
I can't tell you how much
I need this girls' night.
Have you
heard from him?
He's being really sweet.
He sent me flowers.
I... feel bad, like...
you know, maybe I screwed up.
It was
not your fault,
my little Indian princess,
at all.
So don't worry about it.
He's been texting me.
I think maybe I should
hear him out.
What do you...
think he's thinking?
You don't want
my opinion on that.
Okay. It was
a bit much for me.
That's all I'm gonna say.
And be smart.
I just think, you know,
maybe, like,
he was having a bad day or...
there could've been
something going on.
Just wanted to talk.
I wanted to explain
the other night.
I don't think you understand
how much I care about you.
I think about you
all the time.
Start over. Prove to you
how much I care about you.
Maybe we can go back out
to the cabin again?
- David--
- Or... have a date night?
I, uh...
David, just don't.
You promised me
we would talk.
We will, just not...
right now and not here,
right now--
- Were you lying to me?
- No.
- No.
Do you still wanna be
with me?
- Because...
- Yeah.
I think there is
something powerful between us.
And I know we're supposed to
be together, you know?
I just need you to understand me
the way I understand you.
- Yeah.
- We all make mistakes.
We occasionally hurt those
that we love the most.
I need you to know
that I'm hurt.
I understand...
I'm glad we talked.
Please just keep this little
misunderstanding between us.
In a town like this,
people get the wrong idea.
They start to talk.
But this is just
between us, okay?
You look like a scared rabbit.
Look, I'll, uh...
I'll leave you alone.
But we'll talk soon. Okay?
I'll call you?
I'm turnin' around
And leavin'
You've never been
Truly good to me
So we're history
Every time...
- Honey, what's--
- Mom... I, I, um...
What's wrong?
Hey, baby, are you okay?
It's okay. I got you.
It's David.
I don't know
what just happened.
What happened?
It was nothin'.
What did she say?
Her mother called it in.
Well, did she actually
report something?
Why then were you hiding
behind her shed?
It was a private place
and there was a garden
in the back.
Was there a rake?
Um... yeah.
There was a rake and a hose
and a shovel
and... everything else
you would find
in every garden
within a 50 miles.
So what?
Look, she's upset.
We had a good thing goin'.
But we hit a rough patch.
That's all.
I feel bad for her.
You know, I knew your dad
a lot of years.
And I knew when he was
lying to me.
You lying to me?
You know me, Chief.
I wouldn't lie to you.
She's just... off.
End of story.
I'm sorry you had to
deal with that. It's just...
Believe me, I can tell you
stories about Julie Dillon.
She is not worth it.
I'll keep that in mind.
You've known David
for years?
Yeah. You know?
And I, uh, I knew his father
for a lot longer than that.
I promised him I'd,
I'd look after his boy.
And I did.
What about Julie?
What about her?
the incident behind the shed,
you didn't put a stop to it.
Is there a question
in there or...
What incident behind the shed?
He cornered her
with a rake.
Did he?
Did he?
You see what I'm saying?
We don't know.
Everything that happened...
it's terrible...
in hindsight...
but at the time...
No, I'm just pickin' up Kinsey
for Suzanne.
I actually barely
made it on time.
Well, I just submitted it.
It may take more than a week.
I'm not that amazing.
Hey, I'm gonna
call you back, okay?
No, it's fine. Uh, I'll call...
I love you.
Hey, Tina,
have you seen Kinsey?
I thought someone
picked her up already.
Do you need me to call Suzanne?
No, call the police.
Right now, please.
What are you doing here?
I saw a lost girl,
and I'm the police.
It's my job to keep her safe
until somebody shows up.
- You were late.
- Kinsey, come here.
I'm sorry that I was late.
- It's okay.
- Yeah.
We had a snack
while we waited.
- Right, Kinsey?
- Mm-hmm.
Please, I need to take her home.
You seem upset.
Honestly, I should
be the one who's upset.
Spreading rumors about me when
we know I haven't done anything.
Maybe you're
havin' a tough time.
Maybe that's why
you're tellin' Mom lies,
and you're late pickin' up
your little friend.
You know, it's a good thing
I was around.
Be a shame if a little girl
went missing.
Okay. Well, uh, let's have
that talk real soon.
Julie, wait up.
What's goin' on?
Will you please tell him
to leave me alone?
I need to take her home.
We gonna have
a problem here, David?
Look, I don't know
what her issue is.
I see a lost kid...
Chief, I'm just
doing my job, okay?
I don't know what she thinks
I was doing. I...
I don't know what
she's gonna say next.
Stop. Stop talking.
- You, come here.
- Look.
- Shh. Listen to me.
Listen to me.
You gotta play nice here.
- I'm try--
- I don't wanna hear it.
You're done talking.
She's a nice girl.
I get that.
But whatever you two had
is long gone.
Now, I need you to just
stay the hell away from her.
All right?
Stay away from her.
And this will all blow over.
- I was trying to, Chief.
- I don't...
- Okay?
- Okay.
- Are we good?
We're good.
- Yes, sir.
- Better be.
Swear to God, you're gonna be
the death of me, kid.
- I...
- Straighten up!
Sorry, Chief.
Textbook, right?
Yeah, he was really good...
at keeping everyone
At knowing how far to go
without going too far.
At covering his tracks.
At controlling
the local gossip.
This was a...
master craftsman
in the fine art
of manipulation.
Are you gonna be
fine tonight?
- Closin'?
- Yeah.
I could wait for you
if you want.
No. I'll be fine.
Hey, are you okay?
You know, a bunch of us
are kinda concerned.
You don't really
seem yourself.
I'm fine.
I'll be fine.
Hey, if you wanna talk
or, you know...
No, I am super tough.
- Remember?
- Okay.
All right.
You know, I think
we're really good together.
That's what
I've been wanting to tell you.
But you,
you keep turnin' off on me.
I just wanna be with you, okay?
Take care of you.
It's driving me crazy.
I mean, uh...
Come on, Julie.
What do you say, huh?
It could be
like this, always.
Yeah, well, you tell him
to stay away from her.
But... Chief, I don't care,
and that's my daughter.
What... Okay.
What did he say?
David was apparently...
with someone tonight
who backed up his story.
He told the chief he wasn't
anywhere near the diner.
Who did he say he was with?
From the police station?
I don't understand.
What did I... do?
Hey. You didn't do
anything wrong.
No one deserves
to be treated that way.
And we're not gonna let him get
away with any more of this.
I'm gonna kill the bastard
before anything happens to you.
Changing Woman.
Changing Woman.
Tell me again.
Once upon a time...
there was nothing
but darkness...
Okay, no, but I'm saying
that I didn't do it.
Somebody else did.
Uh, somebody who...
hacked my email or something.
Okay, resubmit my application
with proof of identification
when you already have
my application. I...
Don't you have any sort of,
fact-check system
or something?
Or are your heads
too far up each other's asses?
What can I get you guys?
- Hi.
- Where've you been? I've been...
I've been working
both sides of the counter.
I'm sorry, um...
You know, I'm just not
feeling myself right now,
but we're good, we're here.
Um, it's fine.
We made a date
To go to the dance
It was my first
Never thought it'd be...
What do you have for me, Evelyn?
I got nothin'.
Um, and I'm gonna meet
some people
so I really better get goin'.
What's going on?
Look, you're one of
the smartest people I ever met.
And when you get to college,
I know you're gonna be so happy,
but people are talking
that you might have
some problems.
Drinking, maybe worse.
I'm just telling you this
because everybody
is really concerned
about you,
and about David.
You're worried about David?
What you said about him
was not fair.
It really shows
your judgment is a bit off.
Think about it, okay?
Two coffees, please. To go.
Get the most
Out of our days...
It's not fun, is it?
People talking about you?
But you know all about that,
what with everything
you've been saying
about David.
I haven't said anything.
Yeah. Sure.
We're not stupid, honey.
Word travels fast.
You need to think
about what you're saying,
because there are consequences.
Just another
Prom night...
- Mm-hmm.
This isn't a joke, Julie.
Look, I shouldn't
even be saying this,
but... do you know he's had
thoughts of hurting himself?
That's what you're doing
to his reputation.
I mean, thank God
I've been there for him.
Some nights I...
Some nights I spend hours
holding him
and consoling him.
it's four dollars.
Keep the change.
And keep your mouth shut.
Just another prom night
Car crash...
The money in the jar was gone
when I opened it.
Nothing else was there,
but, uh...
- But what?
Okay, this is good.
Look, something's not right.
I've been thinking
about this,
all the stuff that's
been happenin' to you,
it's not random.
I think somebody's after you.
I-I-I don't know.
Maybe not, but I've been
speaking to my dad about it.
He gave me... some security.
In my glove box,
there's a handgun.
No, I can't, I can't.
I can't even
think about that right now.
Look, if you need anything,
I can help you.
It's gonna be okay.
It's gonna be okay.
Hey, hey. Hey, it's okay.
- It's okay. Hey, it's okay.
It's gonna be okay.
Uh. Uh...
- You're sweet.
- I know.
And don't worry
about what Gail said.
Okay, just another case
of some guy's new girlfriend
talking to the last one.
It's how this town works.
I gotta get back inside.
Cherise is coming to help me.
So you get out of here,
all right?
Make sure you relax, okay?
- DMV, this is Suzanne.
- Hey, it's me.
Hi. Is everything okay?
I need to ask a favor.
Of course.
Whatever you need.
I need to find
somebody in East Larson.
Can I help you?
Are-are you Alicia Warren?
I am.
Um, this is gonna sound
kind of weird,
but did you used to date a guy
named David Barragan?
I'm sorry.
- You have the wrong person.
- No, but you did. I...
Look, I know that you did.
I don't have anything
to say to you.
But, excuse me, I just wanted
to ask you a couple questions.
- Did you bring him here?
- No.
- No, no, no. No.
- You need to leave right now.
Just leave, or I'm
gonna call the police.
No, no, no. Please, please.
I just... I...
Did he ever threaten you
or make you feel...
Because I think
that he's doing it to me.
- Look.
- I'm sorry.
- No, please.
No, you're on your own.
I'm really sorry.
- You have to leave.
- Please. Please.
But I just... I re... I need...
I just need your help!
I can't help you.
Damn it!
Just get the hell away from me!
- You know...
I seem to remember telling you
if you weren't careful,
you'd end up in a ditch.
You also said
that I would kill somebody.
I need to see your license
and registration.
Where do you think
you're going?
Please, David,
what do you want?
So, you're gonna kill me?
That's up to you.
What does that mean?
You know, I wouldn't
have to do any of this
if you would just
leave things alone.
But instead,
you go to see Alicia.
And you didn't
think I would know?
I know everything.
What are you two
gonna do, huh?
Gang up on me?
- It's just two crazies talking.
- You're psycho.
Now that's a shame.
What have you been
drinking, Julie?
I want you to come
with me. Yeah.
- No.
- Hey! Shh, shh.
I just want you to
come with me.
- I wanna show you something.
- No.
- I'm not going with you, David.
- Shh.
Everything is gonna be fine.
- Help! Help! Help!
- Hey!
- Shh. Hey!
- Help me! Somebody help me!
- Out. Out.
I took it back.
You don't mind, do you?
You never really
appreciated it anyway.
I was so, so good to you,
and you just spit in my face.
You're right.
I wasn't good to you.
I was terrible.
Guess my...
My feelings get ahead
of me sometimes and...
I just...
I get scared of-of
my feelings
and I can't see
what's in front of me
Even appreciate it, so...
Help me.
This is where
I wanted to bring you.
Come on. Get out.
Air up here
is so fresh, right?
You know, they say
that all of that's
sacred Indian territory.
You feelin' the vibe?
This is Serrano land.
- I'm Navajo.
- No.
You are beautiful.
You know, I was gonna
bring you up here,
ask you to marry me
right here.
I love this spot.
What would you have said?
- Yes.
- Yeah?
Of course.
- Of course?
- Yes.
You know, my dad's cabin
is just up the road.
I always felt like
this was a magical place.
I would ride my bike
up here when I was a little kid.
God, it was like
I was in a distant land.
Mm, maybe there is
something to be said
about the whole
one-with-nature thing.
Never really got much
into that, but...
I gotta say, something about
being the only one in the world.
You blew it.
I got home that night,
and sh-she was just...
And then
they found her car.
All smashed up.
Her body was missing,
so I wondered...
"W-was she still alive?
Did somebody take her?"
Did they talk to David?
Oh, yeah, but then again,
he had an alibi.
No one
really wanted to believe
that he had anything
to do with it.
Can you describe
what you were feeling?
I could only hope
and pray that...
some way,
she was... still alive.
You never know
where these cases will take you.
This one took me
to Coldwater Hills.
You know what WMD stands for
in Coldwater Hills?
Weapons of Mass Destruction?
White men on duty.
All right, listen up.
This is Sergeant Miller.
He's with the County Sheriff's
Criminal Investigative
That's the one.
He's here to help us
with the Julie Dillon situation.
I ask you to extend him
every courtesy
that you would me.
Sergeant Miller.
Thank you, Chief.
First, we need to set up
a timeline.
Who saw her last?
Has she made any phone calls?
Her body missing from the scene
of the accident suggests
suspicious circumstances.
Does she have any
known enemies?
Significant other? Ex?
Anybody that would
wanna wish her harm.
Anybody she's had trouble with.
What am I missing here?
Okay. I've got nothing to hide.
How many reports had to be made
before you take this seriously?
first of all,
this girl,
she's known to exaggerate.
Look at what we have.
We have her car,
busted up in a ditch
covered in alcohol, and
her gone from the scene.
How does that implicate
Officer Barragan?
Look, all I know is that
if he's part of this,
he has anything to do
with her disappearance,
the accident, anything,
that's gonna come back
on you hard.
If you're implying
that I'm somehow
to blame for any of this...
I'm not implying anything.
Just considering the facts.
Yeah, well, consider this.
This is my goddamn case,
Sergeant Miller.
I'm willing to work
with you here, but I suggest
you mind your tone.
You're right. Your town.
- Those are the rules.
- Thank you.
Don't mind me if I keep
an eye on that kid.
Do whatever
makes you feel helpful.
I'm gonna send my guys
out to Stanton Farm,
we're gonna work
our way out from there.
Soon as we cross
the town line,
I'll be sure
and let you know.
Thanks for stopping by.
Once upon a time,
in a distant land,
there was nothing
but darkness, until...
Changing Woman.
Every year, Changing Woman
was born in the spring,
died in winter,
and magically was
reborn again in the spring.
Changing Woman had...?
That's right.
Twin children...
born with special powers.
When they were older,
the twins set out
to find their father,
who was the shining sun
On their dangerous
they met Spider Woman,
who protected and guided them
along the way.
When they reached
their father,
he knew that
they were his children,
and he told them
all about the monsters.
Bringers of chaos.
So, when the monsters come...
we can seek the power
to destroy them
by saying to the sun,
"Give me the light
of your mind,
that my mind
may be strong.
Give me some of your strength,
that my arm may be strong."
Are you okay, baby?
- Hm?
- Yeah. Yeah, I...
Sorry, just, uh, just a dream.
Just, um...
I've got a lot on my mind
with all this...
- Hope I didn't scare you.
- No.
No, I'm, I'm good.
I'm... I'm really,
really good, actually.
Is that terrible?
Just... I don't know,
I just...
I feel like you were
brought here for a reason.
You know?
Like this was meant to be.
N-not Julie going missing,
of course, but...
I don't know,
me working at the station,
and you knowing the chief.
He's always been there for me.
So many people have deserted me,
but through the hardest parts
of my life,
he has been there.
Baby, I'm here.
I know. Yeah, um...
No, I just...
I just want to...
make him proud, you know?
Feel I owe that to him.
I know, I know
he's proud of you.
I see it in his eyes.
And I am, too.
No matter what.
What do you mean,
"No matter what?"
I mean, David, we...
we both know you weren't
with me Friday night.
Where were you?
Do you really want to know?
I went to get
something for you.
Something that I think
you will like.
- But if you want me to--
- No, no. No, no, no, no, no.
No, don't you dare tell me.
You just...
You just wait until
you are good and ready.
'Cause I am right here.
And I've got something
for you, too,
if that's okay.
- Sgt. Miller?
- Mrs. Dillon, yes?
She's still alive.
- Excuse me?
- My daughter is still alive.
I heard her.
I heard her voice.
Mrs. Dillon, our minds
can play all kinds
of tricks on us
when we're in distress.
- No.
- Yes. I've seen it before.
No, it was no trick.
I heard her as clear
as I'm hearing you.
She's out there somewhere.
She's alive,
and she's waiting to be found.
So, please, go find her.
I wanted to be with you, Julie.
I really did.
But if I can't have you,
nobody will!
Do you hear me?
I don't know where you went,
but I will find you.
Sgt. Miller.
What are you doing here?
Well, I could ask you
the same thing.
Everybody's out near
Stanton Farm.
Yeah, I just remembered
Julie loved coming out here.
Came out here to think,
get her head clear.
Thought maybe I could come
out here and find something.
Seemed like a good idea.
So, did you do it?
Do what?
Did you find anything?
No. Nothing.
Sure is pretty, though.
Quiet, too.
So far away from everything.
Yeah. I got a cabin up here.
Been coming for years.
I know the area well.
I'll head back, grab the dogs,
get them back out here.
No, don't bother.
This is not local jurisdiction.
Oh, it's not a bother.
Anything for Julie.
No, seriously,
I got this area covered.
You should head back to town.
All hands on deck.
All hands on deck.
At about that time,
the two boys came forward.
They'd, they'd
seen Julie in a,
well, in-in a truck
that we thought
could've been David's truck
heading out to where
Sgt. Miller found David
poking around.
But you weren't
so sure at the time?
Look, being police means
you have to take
every lead seriously.
And, uh, it's also my job
as chief to be skeptical
of pretty much everyone
I come into contact with.
But, uh...
sometimes you just don't see
things as clearly...
as you'd like.
David, it's me.
So, did they talk to you?
Yeah, they talked to me.
I think I was the last one
to talk to Julie,
so they had
a lot of questions for me.
Who did you talk to?
Chief Dodd. Who else?
I told him what I knew,
and he did nothing with it.
Thank God Miller was around.
At least someone with some sense
that people could talk to.
And when I, when I
talked to him, I told him.
Told him what?
That Julie had called me
about Alicia.
David is missing.
Are you saying
this girl Julie,
she might actually be alive?
I don't know, but...
if she is alive, she probably
needs our help, so...
finding him is our best shot
at finding her.
You're gonna
catch him, though.
That's the plan.
I mean, something like this...
If you, if you catch him...
If he gets locked up,
does he stay locked up?
I mean...
I don't know, man.
are you worried that
if you help me here,
he's gonna come for you?
Look, if you can help us,
we'll do everything we can
to keep you safe.
But we're up against it
here, Alicia.
If you know anything about
where he might be hiding,
where he might have gone...
I'm trying to think.
I just--
Alicia, he very well
may have killed this girl.
Help us find him.
Help us find her.
I'll be right back.
What is this?
He took me there
a couple of times.
It's outside of town.
He said he had a cabin
out near Kettle Woods.
Is this it?
- Alicia... please.
You have to promise me
that I'm gonna be safe.
- I-I'll do everything in my--
- No, you have to promise me.
I promise.
Do you have a map?
Look, I had nothing
to do with it.
Well, neither did I.
Well, someone, whoever
is trying to...
frame me or take Julie,
They're trying to make me
look like
a crazy person,
like a killer.
David, do you think
I'm stupid?
I think you're amazing.
But I do need your help
with something.
- I, uh...
I'm gonna have to
call you back.
What's going on?
What did these boys say?
I heard David's missing.
We don't have
all the information yet.
David just hadn't shown up
the last day or so,
but I may have a lead.
- About Julie?
- Well, no.
But I may have found David.
Who's there?
Just show yourself.
I promise to make it quick.
David, get out here now.
We gotta talk.
- Shit.
- David!
- Shit.
- Son.
Please, just...
come out here and talk to me,
will you?
I'm here.
What the hell happened?
If you're innocent
here, David,
this, this doesn't help.
I didn't do anything.
You have to know that.
You're like family to me, kid.
You know that.
- You're like my own boy.
- I know.
That's why you're the only one
who can help me here.
Somebody is making it look like
I'm doing all these things.
I got a message
from Sgt. Miller.
He spoke to Suzanne,
and Alicia.
Yeah, well, they're all liars.
It's a witch hunt.
We don't even know
what to say, David.
They'll find you.
That's, that's why I wanted
to get to you first.
Try to... talk
some sense into you.
My father, he always
trusted you--
Oh, cut the crap, David!
Come on, let's...
Just, just, just come
with me, all right?
We'll sort it all out.
Now, come on. All right?
You're a monster.
And I would do it all again.
Because I love you, Julie.
Why would that be loaded?
As long as I live,
I'll never stop.
When you work
enough years on a job,
you see all kinds
of things.
Terrible things.
Beautiful things.
And you just file it all away
as much as you can and move on.
But what I saw
that morning...
that's gonna stick with me
for the rest of my life.
There she was.
My little girl.
Our children are bound to us.
We're tied.
Uh... Maybe someone
was watching over her.
Giving her strength.
Reminding her of what
she had to live for.
I mean...
we all knew Julie was special.
Here's what I know.
I know a young woman
was shot and left out
in the middle
of nowhere for three days.
And somehow...
somehow she... got up.
There is no logical reason
why my girl Julie Dillon
is alive today.
And yet, she is.
And yet, I am.