Shattered (2022) Movie Script

[stationary bike pedaling]
Hey, Jamie.
[Jamie on phone] Hi, Chris.
How you doing with all this wind?
House is still standing.
Yeah, we had a lot of thunder
and lightning over here.
Of course, Willow loved it.
Yeah, she's fearless, that kid.
Well, the reason I'm calling...
I still haven't signed the
divorce and alimony papers yet.
Any particular reason?
I guess it just feels so, um...
so final.
Well, it is final.
I should have fought harder
to keep us together, Jamie.
- [scoffs] But you didn't. The company came first.
- I sold the company.
That wasn't for us.
You did that for the money,
and you know it.
Right. Punishment time.
I'm moving on, Chris,
and you need to do the same.
Tell Kendall I'll get it done.
Thank you.
I miss Daddy.
I know, baby. I miss him, too.
Why don't you love him anymore?
I do. Of course I do.
You know,
sometimes when you are...
not with somebody, doesn't mean
you stop loving them.
And anyway, we both love you
very, very much.
You know that, right?
Okay, sweet pea.
[music playing over speakers]
Do you know anything about wine?
A little.
I'm helpless here.
I could really use
a recommendation.
Any special occasion?
Yeah, I had
an amazingly shitty day.
Ah, so basically you're looking for
a bottle to kill before you pass out.
You read my mind.
Well, you can't go wrong with
a Nebbiolo. And here it is.
Oh, wow.
Thanks, you're a lifesaver.
I'm Chris.
Oh, shit!
- You okay?
- My Uber just canceled.
I'm parked right over there.
You want a ride?
[Sky] I thought she'd be
passed out by now.
My roommate, Loony Lisa.
We had a big fight, so I left.
I really don't want to
get back into it,
because she can
get kind of crazy.
I don't live far from here.
You can come over to mine.
We can hang out.
I can drop you back off
when she goes to sleep.
It's okay. Thanks.
Better go in
and get this over with.
[muffled chattering]
[Lisa] No, I have no
fucking clue where she went!
Offer still stands.
[car door opens, closes]
It's dark out here.
You afraid of the dark?
I love the dark.
- [classical music playing]
- House sitting for your parents?
No. It's mine.
You're like a hermit up here.
Uh, kind of, yeah.
But that's the way I like it.
Should I let it breathe?
I say pour it.
[wine pouring]
Thank you.
sudden adventures.
- To sudden adventures.
- [soft chuckle]
What's the verdict?
- It's tasty.
- Mm.
Thank you.
So, Chris, what do you
do for a living?
Uh, I'm sort of
retired, actually.
[soft chuckle] You're a little
young for that, aren't you?
Junior year at MIT,
I inherited some money.
I got into mobile apps, games,
banking, order tracking.
and location-based services.
But the breakout was this guy.
Watch Dog Home Security app.
Google Play made me an offer I
couldn't refuse, and now here I am,
trying to figure out what to do
with the rest of my life.
How about you?
I modeled in LA for a couple
of years, print and runway.
But I hated just being
a body in clothes.
A plastic manikin.
So I came here on an assignment.
Decided to stay,
hang around and see if I couldn't
find something more fulfilling.
- Did you?
- [soft chuckle] No.
That's why I work as one of those cocktail
waitresses at the Kitty Warren bar.
Do you always do your
grocery shopping after midnight?
Mm-hmm. Pretty much, yeah.
You don't like people?
Every so often
I meet one I like.
I think I should've gotten us
a second bottle.
Ah. Well...
- Let me show you something.
- Okay.
I'm not just a tech nerd...
- I'm also a wine nerd.
- Wow!
What do you like?
Hm. Something rare,
extremely expensive.
You kind of saved me tonight.
Oh, yeah? From, uh...
Loony Lisa?
Never move in
with a total stranger, right?
Shit! What time is it?
Uh, it's just after 2:15.
You should probably
run me back home.
Hopefully, Lisa's zonked out
in an opiate coma by now.
You sure you
want to go back there?
what's the alternative?
You could stay.
[Chris moans]
[phone ringing]
[knocking on window]
Walk of shame.
Shame. Shame.
Shame. Shame. Shame.
- I waited up all fucking night.
- I told you not to.
No call? No text?
Where were you?
- Were you in my room again?
- This is my place! You're a fucking guest here!
You know, maybe you should go, right?
Like, pack your shit and go?
- Lisa, let's talk about this later, okay?
- Right? Yeah.
What, you were
just gonna fucking call it?
Yeah? You're gonna
get your shit and go?
Fuck! Please, Sky! No, no, no, no.
I didn't mean it.
No, please, Lisa,
stay as long as you like.
- [bangs on door]
- Please, just open the fucking door.
[Chris and Willow laughing]
[Chris] All right.
All right, honey.
Time to go to bed.
Turn off the light.
- [Willow] Daddy?
- [Chris] Hmm?
[Willow] Remember when we were
at the park and I got lost?
- [Chris] Yeah.
- I was so worried that I was never going to see you again.
And then you found me, and you promised
that you'd never leave me alone.
- Remember, Daddy?
- Yeah, of course, baby.
You didn't leave any contact
information at my place.
And I figured showing up
at your apartment,
knocking on your front door
would have been a little, uh...
And showing up
at my place of work isn't?
- And yet...
- What?
you didn't exactly seem
surprised or disappointed
to see me.
Okay. Guess I was
hoping a little.
[soft chuckle]
You know,
don't get too excited.
I'm only here 'cause my ex-wife
told me to move on with my life.
I shouldn't have said that.
I'm sorry.
It's okay. It's just...
I'm glad you wanted to see me.
But... I've got
an admission to make.
Chris, I'm what they call...
damaged goods.
What are you talking about?
You're great.
Back in the restaurant,
I lied to you
about my family.
What, the whole Gypsy thing?
Truth is
I don't have a family.
I never had a family.
It was always just me.
From the age of six,
I was in and out of foster homes.
So many,
I can't even remember.
And believe me, I don't want to
remember most of them.
On every level, my childhood
was a fucking nightmare.
I'm sorry.
You don't have to be sorry.
I just felt like
you deserved the truth.
I don't like starting with lies.
Well, thank you...
and my turn.
My childhood wasn't much better.
I mean, I had parents...
but they weren't
really there for me.
My ex-wife used to say that's why
I was so obsessed with security.
- But I'm sick of being cautious.
- Good.
What the fuck?
Yeah, you! Hey!
Get away from my car, man.
We don't want any problem.
Just take off, all right?
What you gonna do?
Have the lady protect you? Huh?
All right, forget it. Forget it.
How about I kill you and I fuck
your hot girlfriend, huh?
- Go fuck yourself!
- Sky.
- I kill you, bitch!
- Go on, stay back!
- Ow!
- Wait, wait, wait, wait!
[yells] God!
- [beeping]
- [door opens]
[classical music playing]
Couch is fine. Thanks.
The nurse from the private
care service shows up at 5:00.
- [groans]
- I'm sorry. Are you okay?
It's fine.
- It's fine.
- Can I help you?
- It's okay. I'm all right.
- What do you need, huh?
Here, here.
Thanks for, uh, bringing me back
and hanging around.
It's the least I could do.
I mean, it's my fault.
- If I hadn't told that punk to go fuck himself...
- Hey.
It sucks. It's not forever.
Is there anything I can get you?
- I feel really bad.
- Good.
Maybe you'll feel guilty enough
to visit me every now and then.
I bet I could take
better care of you
than some hatchet-faced nurse.
How do you know
she's hatchet-faced?
Pretty sure it's part of
the job description.
Mm. So, you wanna be my nurse...
and take care of me?
Why not?
What are your qualifications?
Well, I can fix a mean omelet.
- I can cook for you.
- Mm-hm.
Make sure you take your meds.
- Shop, run errands.
- Escape your crazy roommate.
Yeah. That too.
And I'm willing to have
sex with my patient.
Well, in that case,
you're hired.
All right, I'll call
the rent-a-nurse agency.
You take the Range,
head down the hill,
- bring back your stuff.
- Okay.
Wait. If you're asleep,
how do I get back in?
Uh, guess you'll need the codes.
[man on TV]
The earth's atmosphere
makes the male
aliens sterile,
so, in order to reproduce,
the female aliens
have gotta mate
with human males.
However, the female aliens'
reproductive organs are quite large
and only extremely
well-endowed human...
You look like a puppy waiting
for its owner to come home.
Leave me alone, Ronald.
- You were happier before.
- What?
Before Sky moved in.
That's none of your business.
Well, actually, it is,
'cause I'm not just your
landlord, I'm your friend.
Maybe your only real friend.
What's that supposed to mean?
Oh, Ronald, you're just jealous.
I bet you haven't been in
a relationship since... never.
- When you didn't come home...
- Let's talk about that inside.
Friendly reminder, ladies.
You're two weeks behind on the rent again.
I'd hate to have to evict you.
Ronald, if you evict us,
you won't be able to spy on us
in our bikinis anymore.
You know what, Sky,
don't play games with me.
I'm not the kind of man
you want to trifle with.
What the fuck?
You're not gonna say anything?
Explain where the fuck
you were all night?
- [Sky] It's for the best.
- [Lisa] It's for the fucking best?
- Well, I know things, Sky.
- You don't know anything.
- Oh, I don't know anything?
- Yeah.
Don't I? Huh?
Lisa, come here.
Hey, hey.
You're right.
I do owe you an explanation.
Sky, if you leave me,
I'll die.
I know.
[Sky] Chris.
Wake up.
Wake up, you sleepyhead.
- Mm.
- How's my patient?
Better now
that his nurse is here.
Did you get your stuff?
- I missed you.
- I missed you, too.
You're a little hot.
Well, so are you.
Can you blame me?
God, I love the taste of you.
You need your rest.
I won't bother you.
Oh, no, no, no, bother me.
Bother me.
- [laughing]
- [chattering indistinct]
[phone ringing]
[phone chimes]
Hey, help me out, would you?
I think I overdid it
a little bit.
- How's your pain?
- Feels like the whole
right side of my body's
gonna fall off.
Take this.
Close your eyes
and go to dreamland.
Hey, Sky.
I love you.
It's the drugs.
Yeah, well,
maybe you should take some.
See if you feel the same way.
I already do.
It scares the hell out of me.
Me, too.
What are we going to do?
Live happily ever after.
[knocking on door]
Lisa, it's Ronald.
I needed to talk to you about the rent.
Lisa, I'm gonna open up.
You don't give me any choice.
Are you decent?
Hope not.
- Chris.
- [inhales]
Lisa was my tenant
for over eight years.
I mean, sweet kid. She...
Well, she was like
a daughter to me.
Any reason to think
it wasn't a suicide?
No. She was despondent.
You know,
her-her roommate had left her.
You know, when I say roommate,
I mean in the Greek sense.
Yeah, uh, the roommate,
Skyler Webb.
You ever see an actual ID to
verify that was her real name?
No. Why?
Because we have no record
of a Sky or Skyler Webb
in any of our databases.
Are you kidding? I knew there
was something shady about...
- You gotta be shitting me.
- [car door closes]
Who the fuck called them, huh?
- Who the fuck called the press?
- [woman] Excuse me, sir.
- Hello.
- Could you tell us...
Excuse me, Detective.
Um, hi.
My name is Ronald Graham,
I'm the manager of this motel,
and I'd like to make
a brief statement now,
which I will read,
and then I'll answer any questions.
Now, this-this property was
built by my parents in 1947,
- and it was used as...
- Excuse me, sir.
Get her out of here!
Lady, walk away!
- [woman] Sir...
- [detective] Walk away, right now.
Assholes. Locusts.
[Jamie on phone] Hey, Chris.
I'm following up on the signature thing.
Yeah, um...
Look, I'm a little out of it right now.
Can we... Can we talk later?
Why? What's wrong?
I had a dumb accident.
Broke my leg.
- Oh, God.
- Yeah.
Um, no permanent damage,
but I won't be running marathons
for the next few weeks.
I'm so sorry. Would it
cheer you up to see Willow?
She's been asking about you, and I can drive
her over, let's say, on Friday morning?
Yeah. Yeah, do that.
She can sign her name
on my cast,
and, um, you can pick up
the papers at the same time.
That sounds good.
Um, are you sure you're okay?
Is someone taking care of you?
I hired a private care nurse.
That must be odd,
having a stranger in your house.
- That's a big thing for you.
- [chuckles]
Actually, we're doing fine.
Talk later.
Hey, Sky?
- [shower running]
- Sky?
- [crutch clatters]
- Shit!
Can't say I blame you.
Sorry. I was just...
Uh, I was obviously snooping.
Don't feel guilty.
Hey, if I was in your place,
I'd do the same.
Nobody's who they say they are.
- Maybe you're not who you say you are.
- [sighs]
Dry my back, please.
[door opens]
One, two, three, four,
five, six, seven.
All good children go to heaven.
One, two, three, four,
five, six, seven.
All good children go to heaven.
What the hell?
Where the fuck did I put it?
- [beeps]
- [door unlocks, opens]
Hey! I got fried chicken.
You like chicken, right?
- Yeah, sure.
- Good 'cause I got a lot.
[exhales] I don't know about
you, but I'm starving.
- I thought models didn't eat.
- Oh, that's a lie.
We eat like truck drivers.
I'm not a model anymore.
I'm a private care nurse.
[inhales deeply]
You smell that?
You see my phone?
I'm sure it's
around here somewhere.
I'll help you find it
after we eat.
Dig in, Chris.
Can I use your phone?
Sure. After we eat. Eat.
Chris, what's wrong?
Sky, I, um...
I saw something... on the news.
Was it something good
or something bad?
It's your roommate... Lisa.
What about her?
She died.
Sky, you should probably
contact the police.
That would be stupid of me.
Because I'm the one
who killed her.
This is the best chicken.
No kidding.
Here, have some.
You killed her?
Had to.
Sky, if this is some sort of
joke, it's not fucking funny.
It's no joke, Chris.
Lisa wasn't a bad roommate.
I mean,
she wasn't even a bad lover.
But on the downside,
she had some jealousy issues,
and she was too nosey.
But she had the apartment.
The perfect place
to watch you from.
- Watch me?
- For the last two months.
I do my homework, Chris.
I know everything
that happens around here.
Like how your gardener and cleaning
lady won't be here for another six days.
How you never get visitors.
Exact times you sleep, eat,
shit, piss, swim and work out.
When and where
you do your groceries.
Where to accidentally
bump into you.
All of this was
some sort of con job?
A set-up?
Now you're catching on.
Get out of my house.
Get the fuck out of my house!
you're angry and confused.
Who wouldn't be?
Look what I found.
Give that back!
- [zapping]
- [groans]
Sorry, lover.
Honeymoon's over.
Oh, Jesus.
Should be worth a few bucks.
Hot yoga.
One, two, three, and stretch.
One, two, three, and stretch.
Stay right there...
don't move a muscle.
[muffled grunting]
Down to business.
I'm gonna ask you
some questions.
Why are you doing this?
Because you're rich
and you have things I want.
Fuck you!
You lying fucking bitch!
- [grunts]
- [groans]
I'm gonna ask you
some questions.
You think I'm gonna
help you steal my life?
- That's what you are, right?
- Hm?
A goddamn identity thief.
It'll go better
if you cooperate.
I fucking hate you!
I'm not telling you jack shit!
Yeah, I thought you
might be obstinate...
so I picked up
this little persuader
in the torture aisle
at the hardware store.
- [exclaims]
- [drill whirring]
- It's scary, right?
- Oh, fuck!
I need all your passwords
and security codes.
Go fuck yourself.
[soft chuckle] Okay.
[drill whirring]
What's your mother's
maiden name?
- Huh?
- Oh, fuck!
- [yelling]
- Mother's maiden name.
- Oh...
- [TV playing indistinct]
Same time tomorrow.
No fucking way.
[classical music playing]
- [breathing heavily]
- [door opens]
Morning, sunshine.
All better now?
I didn't want to
hurt you last night...
but I needed you to know
how serious I am.
Is that even your real name?
This morning, thanks to
the information you gave me,
I took the easy stuff.
But in this next phase,
this is where I'm gonna need
your fullest cooperation.
We have some Zoom calls to make
to your bankers and brokers
to liquidate your stock,
to fund my new company: SkyCo.
That means I can't have you
looking like this.
Sky, you are a very,
very naughty girl.
Don't want to cut you.
[both grunting]
Okay, I'm gonna
give you that one.
But I need you to know
why you have to cooperate.
What's at stake.
[Chris groans]
No, please don't hurt them.
Please don't hurt them.
Please, please, please...
I'm hoping I won't have to.
I think five is the cutest age.
Don't you?
[camera clicking]
[footsteps approaching]
- How's the knee, dude?
- [muffled] Fuck you!
I do good work, don't I?
Leave him alone, Ki-Ju.
We've got business.
I know you'll give me your best price
for the art and the wine collection.
Anything for you, Sky.
We'll pay top dollar
for the rugs and furniture, too.
Everything goes, lover boy.
I'm stripping you
down to the studs.
[muffled screaming]
[muffled screaming]
[beeping, buzzing]
[muffled screaming]
You know, I always wondered what
one of these places was like inside.
When you grow up in the flats,
you're always looking up
at the house on the hill
and wondering.
Well, now I know.
Mystery solved.
I waited for her to leave,
Sky or Sly or Bi.
Whatever it is
she calls herself.
I always knew she was
some kind of scammer.
You know,
people like you,
you always think that people seek
you out because you're interesting.
No. People seek you out
because you're rich.
I looked this property up on Google
Earth and I did an owner search.
Apparently, there is
a Christopher Decker
who bought it for
3.5 million bucks, in cash.
Would that be you
by any chance?
And this same guy
sold his internet company
to some chucklehead
for millions of dollars.
And now, you're just what we
need, another rich tech dork.
Yeah, tell me your story.
Call the police
before she comes back!
She's a fucking killer!
Call the police!
Why are you just standing there?
Help me! Fucking help me!
She might already
know you're here!
Money? Money.
You want money. Yeah?
- Some kind of rescue fee?
- That's the least you could do, I would say.
Okay. Whatever you want, just get this
fucking tape off me and call the police.
- I want a hundred grand.
- A hundred grand, okay. Just fucking free me.
Okay, well, that was too fucking
easy, so now I want 200 grand.
Okay, two hundred,
three hundred, whatever!
Just fucking help me! Help me!
You're on layaway until
I get the cash, buster.
I don't keep
that kind of cash in the house.
Oh, you don't?
What do you keep in the house?
A watch collection? Jewelry?
- [indistinct] Artwork?
- What you fucking talking about?
Who is that?
- That's a Picasso.
- Are you shitting me?
Wow. What's that worth?
Six or seven million.
Six or seven million?
- And it's yours.
- It certainly is.
Okay. Okay. It's a deal, right?
And now I'll get
the tape off you.
Thank you.
Thank you. Thank you.
Jesus. Looks like she did a
pretty fucking good job though.
Almost like
she's done it before.
[breathing heavily]
Forget the tape.
Call the police.
No, first me and my painting
get the fuck out of here,
then you call whoever you...
No, she took my phone.
She ripped out the landlines.
Use your phone.
What's that?
She's back.
You need to call the police now.
Give-give me your phone.
I told you, she ripped out
all the land lines!
- You don't have a phone?
- Fuck no! It causes brain cancer!
You haven't heard of 5G,
tech wiz?
I'm sorry. You probably
got your hopes up, right?
Stay back!
I'm not afraid to use this.
I mean it!
Yeah. How did you find me?
- Your telescope.
- Ah, shit.
Makes me wonder
who was stupider?
Me for leaving the telescope,
or you, Ronald McDonald,
for showing up here all by yourself.
Listen, I have no idea what you two
are up to, and I don't want to know.
And I'm not gonna tell anyone.
You just let me go.
- Hm.
- Stay back.
Hey, Ronald.
That's your name, right?
- Kill her.
- "Kill her"?
Stab her, goddamnit.
Fucking stab her!
Hey! Hey! Hey!
No! No, no, no!
- Okay.
- Fuck!
Why don't you watch a little TV
while I show our guest around?
- Fuck you!
- Oh, Ronald!
[classical music playing]
- [car alarm blaring]
- [grunts]
Hi, there.
Please. Please.
It's worth so much money!
- [grunts]
- [gasps]
- [panting]
- [chuckles]
I won't tell a soul. Please.
Please, let me go.
[Ronald yells]
[tires screeching]
Jesus Christ! You okay?
- Hey!
- Please. Please. Hey, get me out of here!
All right. All right. Okay.
You're okay.
There's a woman
trying to kill me.
We have to
get out of here right now.
Where? Where? Where?
I don't see any woman.
- All right.
- [groans]
She's not gonna touch you.
I got you.
I got you, pal. You're safe.
- She's coming.
- There's no one coming.
She's gonna fucking kill you!
- Oh, fuck!
- Hey! Breathe, breathe. Relax, relax.
- We have to go.
- We're gonna go.
Hey, look, man!
There's no woman! You're safe!
Come on. I got you.
You all right? All right.
I'm gonna get you out of here.
- Oh, thank God. Oh, thank God.
- You say a woman's trying to kill you?
- Is she your wife?
- No, no, we need to call the police.
- Have you got a phone?
- Yeah, of course I got a phone, man.
- Hold on.
- Fuck!
Call 911.
Tell them my name
is Christopher Decker.
I live at 4522 Ridgeline Drive.
All right. It's ringing. Yeah.
Hello. Police emergency. Yeah.
Listen, I got a kid here,
Christopher... Hold on, hold on.
You tell them.
You tell them.
- Hello?
- [woman] Please state the nature of your emergency.
My name is Christopher Decker!
I live in 4522 Ridgeline Drive!
There's a woman in my house,
she's imprisoned me against my will.
She's trying to steal my identity.
She wants to kill me.
She-she already killed a guy
with a fucking sword!
- What?
- Where are you now, sir?
- Are you safe?
- Yeah, yeah. I'm in a car.
- I'm heading...
- Yeah.
- Wait, wait, wait, wait!
- Mr. Decker, sir.
Are you there?
I need you to stay on the line.
[man laughs]
You should have seen
the look on your face.
Man, it was priceless.
Don't try that again.
Oh, wow.
Wow. That's a lot of wood.
- Well, who'd you kill?
- My landlord.
Oh. That's a good way
to save on rent.
[soft chuckle]
I'm gonna go wash off.
I'm gonna get acquainted
with our friend, Chris.
The two men in my life.
Play nice.
[Chris grunts]
I really like your lifestyle.
I mean, at least
what's left of it.
And you are?
I am Sky's stepfather.
It's crazy, right?
When she was 14,
I married her mother.
And a couple of months later,
her mother passed...
let's just say unexpectedly.
So ever since then
it's been me and Sky,
together, against the world.
That's nice stuff.
You know, even then
she was... she was special.
I don't have to tell you that.
So I nurtured it,
and I trained her...
in the fine art of deception
and identity theft.
That's sickening.
I just brought out
the girl's true nature,
and trust me, Sky was a natural.
Especially when it
came to seducing young,
lonely guys like you.
And that's justification
for stealing my life, right?
don't think of it as stealing.
Think of it as giving back.
- "Giving back."
- Yeah, you're a successful guy!
Successful rich guy,
aren't you, Chris?
Huh? You didn't get it
all on your own, did you?
Did you?
Cracks me up, guys like you think
you got it 'cause you're so smart.
That's not why you got this!
Lot of people are smart!
What about the rest of us?
Huh? Down there! Look!
Down there! You see them, Chris?
You see them?
Because I guarantee
they see you.
Sitting up here all protected.
Safe in your big fortress.
Let me tell you something...
While you're
looking down at them,
they're looking up at you.
Those hungry eyes.
Don't you feel it?
Waiting till the day
they come up here
and they take
all your shit from you.
You done?
[laughs] Am I done?
You can't twist this
into socio-political bullshit.
I don't look down on them.
Just you.
You and Sky are thieves.
You're just fucking killers.
You could've
done this to anybody.
A thousand other people.
Why did you
have to steal my life?
'Cause you weren't using it!
[Sky and man
grunting and moaning]
Hey. I'm sorry,
I had to feed the wolf.
Don't tell him
I said so, but...
he's not half
the lover you are.
Every word that comes out
of your mouth is a lie.
Let's not fight.
I'll be sorry
to leave this place.
It really was nice for a while.
Like living in
an alternative universe.
Especially those first early days
when we were so deeply in love.
You could have had it all.
I would have given it to you.
You didn't have to take it.
This. All of it. Us.
Anything you wanted.
I loved you, Sky.
It's a nice dream.
But that's all it is, Chris.
A dream.
But why are you still here?
You've taken everything from me.
You've bled me dry.
You're such a shitty liar.
Just shows in your eyes.
You've taken... everything.
Except for those bearer bonds.
Slipped your mind, did it?
Fourteen million dollars
in bearer bonds,
in a safe deposit box in the
main branch of American Bank.
It's just the liquid bulk
of your fortune...
and you forgot to tell me.
Did you really think
I didn't know?
I even have the key to your box.
I found it in your floor safe.
That's why you
haven't killed me yet.
Isn't it?
The biometric scanner
at the bank. My thumb print.
You can't get into the vault
without my thumb print.
Very true.
I don't care what you do to me.
I'm not coming with you.
No, you're not.
Looks like Daddy has company.
- [beeping]
- [door opens]
[Willow] Can I go get
Leo the Lion from my room?
[Jamie] Sure, sweetie.
What's going on here?
Willow, I said
come here right now!
Lookie what I found.
- I'm sorry, you are?
- I'm Sky, Chris's nurse.
This little cupcake
must be Willow.
- Could you put me down, please?
- No, I can't.
You're just too scrumptious
and I might just eat you up.
Yeah. Put my daughter down,
Okay, the mother lion thing.
I get it.
Come here. Good girl.
Um, Chris didn't tell me
you were coming.
- Yeah. Where is Chris?
- He's sleeping.
Would you mind waking him up?
I don't think
that's a good idea.
He had a very bad night.
Maybe you should
just come back another time.
Are you going to get Chris,
or do you want me to call the police?
Whoa, there's no reason
to get the police involved.
Chris, your wife and daughter
are here to see you.
No hug for Daddy?
Who are you people?
Where's Chris?
He's right here.
- Oh, my God!
- Don't try anything funny.
[door locks]
- Chris! Chris...
- Jamie?
[Jamie] Yeah, it's me.
It's me, I'm here.
[mutters indistinct]
Who are these people?
What do they want?
You seem different on this one.
- What's going on with you?
- Nothing.
Just focus on getting the bonds.
It's so quiet.
Daddy, you try it.
I can't, baby.
Daddy hurt his hand.
But we can play heads or tails.
- Heads.
- Heads. That's a good choice.
- What?
- The vent.
It's not big enough
for one of us, but...
- I could do it.
- Okay, baby,
we're gonna play
a fun game, okay?
No, absolutely not.
No, it's too dangerous.
- She's not going...
- Jamie!
These people are monsters.
If we don't escape
before they get back, they'll...
We have to get out.
- You must be Mr. and Mrs. Decker.
- [both] Hey.
I'm the vault officer,
Austin Briggs.
Oh, sorry.
All right, sweetheart,
you're going to
get us out of here and then...
we're going to
get some ice cream, okay?
- Daddy, too?
- Yes, yes. Daddy, too.
Oh, yeah. Chocolate chip.
Come here.
Okay, it's the panel
next to the door.
You remember the code?
- What's the code?
- 0811, my birthday.
That's right, your birthday.
You can do this, right?
I know you can.
Because you're so brave
and strong and smart.
Oh, I love you so much.
[door opens]
We'll just need
your thumb print, Mr. Decker.
Oh, of course.
Hope it won't be too painful.
[chuckles] No pain, no gain.
Be brave for me, okay, baby?
[Jamie] Remember,
once you're outside,
go to the deck
in the front of the house, okay.
- [Chris] We'll be right here, okay.
- [Jamie mutters]
[Chris] You got this, Willow!
- [beeps]
- Huh.
Seems it's not reading
the heat signature.
Must be the...
try that again.
Maybe my hand's
cold from the cast.
[breathing heavily]
Just keep going.
You're doing so well.
Don't be scared, all right?
I should probably call someone.
No, no.
Hold on one second.
- [beeps]
- Wait-wait. There you go.
- There you go.
- Ah!
- [chuckles]
- Excellent.
- Yeah. Yeah.
- Shall we go inside?
- What did they do to you?
- [Chris] They cut off my thumb.
For the, um,
the fingerprint scanner at the bank.
They're after the fucking bearer
bonds in the safe deposit box.
Oh, shit.
Okay. I'll be outside.
Just push the call button
when you're ready to leave.
- Thank you.
- Thank you, Mr. Briggs. You've been an angel.
- [Jamie] The bearer bonds...
- What?
They aren't there.
My lawyer told me to take them.
He said...
Well, he said in case
we couldn't agree on support
that the bonds
would give me leverage.
You thought I was
going to screw you over?
I'm sorry.
- Where are they now?
- Still at the bank.
I just put them in another box.
Jamie, that means
they're coming back.
Oh, my God! Willow!
Your fucking boyfriend
fucked us!
Check the house.
Son of a bitch.
The kid is loose!
- Fucking kid is loose!
- Fuck!
- [tires screeching]
- [engine revving]
You see Chris, you kill him.
We find the wife...
we get the bonds.
[breathes shakily]
Fucking cut me?
I'm fucking bleeding!
- Motherfucker.
- Where's Jamie?
[man] Shoot him. He cut me.
- Where's Jamie?
- Shoot him!
He cut me! Shoot him!
What are you waiting for?
I said shoot him!
Shoot that motherfucker!
You pussy!
- Shoot him!
- Enough!
- [grunts]
- [screams]
[classical music playing]
[music stops]
- [door unlocks]
- [gunshot]
- [chiming]
- [Chris] You want the fucking key?
I've got it.
Come and get it.
[door closes]
[alarm buzzing]
- [mechanical whirring]
- [door opening]
[mechanical whirring]
Time to kiss and make up?
Or is it really too late for us?
[light switch clicks]
- [doors closing]
- [classical music playing]
[door closes]
[both grunting]
[Chris groaning]
- [gunshot]
- [both gasp]
[sirens approaching]
Let's get out of here.
- Chris...
- [grunts]
- [Chris] Shut up.
- Chris.
My... my real name...
is Margaret.