Schock (2023) Movie Script

Thank you.
I'd have contacted you earlier,
but she didn't want me to.
- Then it really swelled up.
- I'll have a look at it.
Okay, mask off.
Open your mouth as wide as you can.
No, it has to come out.
- Do you have a bucket?
- Like a mop bucket?
Something like that.
This will hurt.
Just a bit more.
Okay, all set.
Can you feel that?
Hold on.
Hold on.
I've got it. I've got it. Okay.
Okay, these are
pretty strong painkillers.
- But no more than five a day.
- Okay.
These are the antibiotics.
One morning, noon and night,
till they're gone.
When can she work again?
Give her a week.
- Hello.
- Hi.
Mr. Mancuso? My name's Kreber.
- Nice to meet you.
- Likewise.
Have a seat. Do you mind?
It's about one of my clients.
He can't continue his antibody therapy
at the university clinic,
so I'm looking for this medication,
and someone who can administer it.
Can you imagine doing that?
I don't know anything about this.
You administer a few infusions.
It's not complicated.
It's not quite that simple.
My client is offering you 50,000 euros.
25,000 before
and 25,000 after the treatment.
Get the antibodies,
repeat his last round of therapy,
that's it.
You don't have to decide now,
just call me.
Here's my number.
Take that with you.
- I'll see you to the door.
- I'll show myself out.
Tramadol arrives next week,
but I have morphine.
- How much vaccine do you have?
- 10 vials. Will that do?
- Yeah.
- Charlie, can you pack ten vials?
Yeah, sure.
You lift weights, right?
- I have steroids.
- No, thanks.
Dude, honestly,
you lift but no one can tell.
- I'm good.
- Need something to keep it cool?
Yeah, sure. If you've got something.
And what about Viagra?
- No.
- Dude, nothing for fun?
Don't worry about me. How much?
Money's on the table.
A lot of pain?
Ah, okay.
Can you open your mouth, please?
Okay. The rash is an allergic reaction.
It might be a bad reaction
to the antibiotics.
I'll give you a new one.
Are you working?
Something stronger for the pain.
If it's not better tomorrow,
I'll come by again.
Honestly, I wouldn't come here
if I were sixty or seventy,
I wouldn't even get a massage.
- Not even a foot massage.
- Disgusting.
No, really.
Why are you looking at me like that?
What's wrong with you, man?
We need to get out of here.
Can you walk?
Why are you here?
- What are you doing here?
- Press down hard on it.
Ah, fuck.
Okay. Press down as hard as you can.
- Shit.
- Paolo, come here.
Can you move your hand, like this?
- Hey, Giuliano, stay with me. You there?
- Yeah, I'm fine.
- St. Antonius has an ER.
- No hospitals.
- You'll bleed to death. What can I do?
- I don't care. Close it up!
- I don't give a shit.
- Just do it!
- You done?
- Yes.
Give me that. Thanks.
I'll come by to check the wound.
Just a prick.
You look beat today.
I've been working.
Still as a courier?
Drug screening looks fine.
All negative.
We'll send that on
to the medical association.
- Then...
- Thanks.
Press down.
Switch places, please.
Push! One more.
Squeeze it out!
A big one?
Do it.
- Like this?
- Yeah, that's good. Down we go.
- Off.
- Cool.
Nice and deep.
This lawyer lady approached me.
She has a client with CLL.
He urgently needs treatment.
What does she want from you?
She asked me if I can treat him.
Are they stupid?
They must have their reasons.
You can't do that.
It's not that complicated.
Dude, you have no idea
what you're saying.
I can administer a few infusions.
Forget your medical license,
if it gets out, you go to jail.
It won't get out.
I can do it.
I just need the antibodies.
I don't give a shit what you're up to,
but keep me out of it, okay?
I'll give you 15 grand.
You give me the antibodies,
I give you the money.
What if you kill him?
- Without it he'll die for sure.
- But what if you kill him?
I won't kill him.
What will happen to me then?
You'll have 15 grand.
The rest is my responsibility.
What do you plan on using?
15,000 won't get you there.
All right. How much do you want?
I can't just make off with it.
I have to replace it.
Come on, just tell me.
The stuff is regulated.
If I take any, they'll notice.
I have to see who I can give less to
without them croaking.
30,000 is a good price.
25. That's all I've got.
What do you say?
I need his current bodyweight
for the dose.
Your hair's gone gray.
- Thanks for coming.
- Of course. How are you?
- Good.
- Yeah?
- You?
- Me too.
Is he here?
- How are you?
- Oh, not great.
Not great.
Do this.
- Feel that?
- Yes.
- It won't heal without rest.
- I need my arm.
Yeah, but then it won't heal.
What were you doing
in a place like that?
What do you mean?
I was collecting debts.
Why were you there?
I was treating one of the women.
Is that your new job, or what?
A doctor for hookers?
People call me and I come by.
What kind of people?
People who can't go to the hospital.
I'm looking for someone.
An old Italian with cancer.
Do you know him?
- I'm off.
- You guys done?
- Mm-hmm.
- How is he?
Will you have a smoke with me?
Sorry, I'm so pissed off.
He's getting on my nerves,
I've had enough.
Yeah, I can imagine.
- Do you know what it was about?
- Not interested.
- Don't you talk about that stuff?
- No.
- Want to eat with us?
- I have to go.
A plate of pasta. It'll be quick.
Wherever you want.
How's the little one?
She's doing pretty good.
My brother is eating with us.
Have a seat.
I haven't seen her in ages.
I rarely see her either.
I think I last saw her at the funeral.
That could be.
Have you been back there?
At Dad's grave?
- It's really nice now.
- Yeah, Svenja told me.
Are you getting along again?
It's all right
now that we're not together.
Yes, of course.
Yeah, we've adjusted pretty well.
Somehow it works.
You did the right thing.
I'm going back to bed.
It has nothing to do with you.
Hey, I have to drive.
Come on!
- One glass?
- Okay.
Are those the old glasses? No.
You still have them.
I have a whole cabinet full of stuff
from Mom and Dad.
I could smother you in tablecloths.
You don't have to keep this crap.
You can just throw it away.
I don't know.
It'll just be in your cabinet
for the next 30 years.
And then?
This was good.
Hey, Naimeh!
Wait, wait. Wait.
Cell phone?
Turn it off.
Good evening.
Good evening.
Glad it worked out.
If you wouldn't mind...
You have to put this on.
There's no other way.
Let's go.
- Hello.
- Good evening.
How are you?
All right.
No energy?
Then I'll take a look.
Can you take off your shirt?
You're welcome.
Okay, now please stand up for me.
If you can.
Stand on your own for a second.
For your last treatment
you were given antibodies.
May I take a quick look?
Did you have
any kind of reactions, allergies?
Yes, I did.
- Yeah?
- Bad, yes.
Like what?
A rash on my skin.
How do you say it in German?
- A rash?
- Yes.
Do you speak Italian?
A little.
How come?
My dad's Italian.
Where from?
- Catania. Sicily.
- Sicily.
Beautiful place, Sicily.
- Sicily's beautiful.
- Yes, very beautiful.
Well done. Very good.
You can take that off.
We're almost there.
Now you've seen him.
What now?
If his blood count is okay,
we can repeat his treatment.
Three infusions, one after the other.
When do you want to start?
- I'll get the antibodies, then begin.
- All right.
- Aldo will contact you about the money.
- Very good.
I'll be right there.
I'll be right back. Is that okay?
Yeah, sure.
Hey, Bruno!
Come in.
- Sit.
- I just wanted to pick up the money.
- No coffee?
- I have an appointment.
So what's with you and Giuliano?
How do you know him?
I treated him.
I know. Hermann told me everything.
Then you know
I just happened to be there.
- And that's all?
- That's all.
Good to know.
If there are problems, you come to me.
You got that?
- Here.
- Yeah.
Thank you very much.
Everything okay?
Yes, everything's fine.
So, shall we start?
Okay. If you...
Speak Italian, go on.
If anything, say me.
If there's anything, tell me.
- If there's anything, tell me.
- Good.
Good. Well done. Perfect.
Let's watch TV.
Come on.
You feel all right?
Everything's okay.
- Hey! Have you lost it?
- Call the police, honey.
- What?
- Do it!
Get me the right infusion.
What's your problem?
The guy's going to die anyway.
He's still here.
Fuck you.
Thank you. All right.
Thanks, thank you very much.
They're on their way.
What are you going to do?
Hey, Leif. Hi.
I know it's late. You got a sec?
- What was it again?
- Obi-nutu-zumab.
- Obinutu... zumap?
- With a B. I'll send it to you.
- Got it.
- Yeah?
- How much?
- 1,000 mg.
- Does he have it?
- Wait. He's still writing.
- Want a drink?
- No, thanks.
- Water? Coffee? Tea?
- Thanks.
- Really, it'll go fast.
- I'm fine.
Okay, he has it.
- Really?
- Mm-hmm. Make an offer.
Three times the price.
So, 15?
I'll give you 20
if I get it by tomorrow night.
Okay. We can do that.
Why didn't you come to me right away?
Yeah, why not? Thanks.
No problem.
Mr. Mancuso, what can I do for you?
I... I need an advance.
- How much?
- 20 thousand.
- That much already?
- Yes.
- That wasn't the deal.
- I know.
Don't run off with the money.
- No, I'll finish what I started.
- I certainly hope so.
I need the money today.
I'll contact you.
Yes. Mm-hmm.
All right.
- Hey.
- Hey, come in.
Everything okay?
- Has something happened?
- I'll be right there.
Okay, wait. I'll help you.
Okay, time to get out of here.
No one tells me a thing.
They're freaking out,
I'm not to leave the house.
Paolo's been at my kitchen table
with a gun for a week.
Let them do their gangster shit,
but I can't stay there.
- What do you think they're doing?
- What do you think?
They shot him. You know him.
Giuli and Paolo drive around every night
looking for some guys.
I'm scared something's going to happen.
Come to my place.
I'd rather keep you out of it.
I'll stay here a few days,
then we'll see.
Hey Leif, I've been here for an hour.
I need it today! Where are you?
Call me!
What do you need the money for?
Are there problems?
There are no problems.
You get the money when you're finished.
Good evening.
How are you, doctor?
Good. And you?
Shall we start?
- Bruno.
- Hey.
- What are you doing?
- Heading home.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
Cut the crap.
I know what you're doing here.
You're going to stop doing it now.
Drive home and stay there.
All right?
All right.
Come on.
- Hey, what's up?
- Hey, sorry again.
It's all right. You got it?
- Of course.
- Okay.
But not that obi stuff you wanted.
He couldn't get that.
But he's at the lab,
and this is the latest, pembro.
He said same dosage
and even more effective.
- They did studies. It's better.
- Seriously?
Yeah. It's more expensive
than what you wanted.
- It's no good to me.
- Same dosage, same effect.
- It's no good to me!
- It's the same thing!
- Are you stupid? It's not the same!
- He can explain it to you.
- No!
- I'll call him. He speaks German.
I don't want to talk to him, dude.
- What's with you?
- I'm not paying.
Are you nuts, dude?
You're not going to pay?
Here it is!
- Here. Now you give me my money.
- It's in the car.
- Get it!
- Okay.
- It is okay.
- Yeah, yeah.
Hey! Hey! Hey!
My money!
Fuck! Fuck.
- Have a good one.
- Bye.
- Morning.
- Morning.
Go on, get out.
Can you manage?
Come on.
Go in.
- Here. I'll be right back.
- All right.
Evening, doctor.
We pretty much finish today, don't we?
Today's the last day, yes.
Who is it?
There we go.
Keep speaking Italian.
You speak it well.
I try.
Get down on the floor! Down!
What do you want here?
What the hell are you doing here?
You filthy son of a bitch!
Faggot! I'll kill you.
I'll kill you and your entire family!
Get me the money, motherfucker!
Come on!
- Get us the money tomorrow!
- Come on!
Come on!
Follow me.
Bruno's here.
What happened? What's with your hand?
What's going on?
Something up with Laura?
- You're done seeing her.
- What?
Fuck off and leave her alone!
I'll kill you, I swear.
I don't give a shit.
- You got that?
- Yeah, I got it. I got it.
Got it.
Oh, yeah.
When you were out
doing coke and fucking...
I carried your father
to the toilet, to crap.
If she wants me to fuck off,
she should come here.
She should tell me herself,
tell me to my face.
I deserve that. I deserve that. I do.
Bruno, I deserve that.
You don't decide that.
Neither do you. Neither do you, Bruno.
Tell her to come, please.
- Hey.
- Hey.
- You got a minute?
- Sure. Cigarette?
What did you do?
- I'll tell you some other time.
- Bad?
Yeah, you could say that.
Does it have to do with Giuli?
No, something totally different.
I don't want to see him.
He should just go
to the fucking hospital.
He won't do that on his own.
It's your decision.
I'll just go get changed.
I'll be here.
Wait here.
We're going to the hospital.
- Okay.
- Is there one nearby?
Um... the...
The one in Porz is 20 minutes from here.
I'll ride with him.
I'm going there.
I'm coming with you.