Stained (2019) Movie Script

Whoa oh oh
Whoa oh
La di da da da da
The encounter
Turn on the eight track
but it's an Engelbert
To get her the mood
For the encounter
I trim my mustache
Blow dry my feathered mane
She's my lady,
and I am her dude
At the encounter
- I'm sorry, honey.
- I know.
- Thank you.
- You are gonna do great today.
I am so proud of you.
Call me as soon as
you get the good news.
- I will.
- John.
- I
want you to relax.
Breathe in deeply.
Breathe out fear.
Breathe in strength.
You're a strong individual.
You deserve success.
Breathe in strength.
Breathe out fear.
You can accomplish anything
you put your mind to.
- Hey.
If you can't see my face--
If you can't see my face,
you're looking in
the wrong direction.
All right.
The company has announced
the date of our IPO.
With a little bit more
enthusiasm, please.
No, no, no, no, no, no.
March 15th, three days from now,
our little company will
be doing big things,
trading in all the major
markets in the world.
Because of me.
- To our fearless leader, Greg.
To Gregory Duncan who
we owe everything to.
- And just as any great army
has the guidance of a general,
we owe so much to the men
who fight in the trenches.
He's to our captain,
John Macbeth.
- I'm really
scared, love.
- Look, you have
never been pregnant before.
You don't know.
- Oh, God!
Oh, God!
Oh, God!
Love, oh, God!
- Janice!
- Jane.
- Yeah.
How are you?
- I'm well.
- I'm about ready to pop.
I thought you weren't
home for a second.
I'm standing out here thinking,
I thought she was a stay
at home wife or whatever.
Oh, my God, this heat though.
- Yes, it's--
- So did
you try the quiche?
- Oh!
- Yeah, how was it?
- It was--
- The texture, right?
I know.
- Yeah, yeah.
I have it if you--
- The dish?
- Yeah,
- Did you clean it out?
Oh, it's okay if you haven't.
You can bring it back whenever.
No, really.
- I have it if you would,
right now.
- No, so I was coming by
just to remind you of my
bool club discussion tonight.
You know, the one I
talked to you about
with my girls from work.
- Oh, sure.
- Great!
Well, consider this
your official welcome
to the neighborhood.
We're reading Kerouac.
- Wow, that's wonderful.
- I know!
- Mm-hmm.
- So I expect you
there, six p.m.
On the dot, Lady Macbeth.
- Yes.
- And bring that dish
and conversation.
- Six.
- Okay.
- All right.
- No, no, I understand.
I understand completely, but
you gotta listen to me, Gains.
Gains, baby, listen to me, okay?
The numbers are solid, okay.
I'm talking they're
borderline bulletproof.
Why don't you go get some
champagne or something?
What, what?
Am I sure?
Am I sure?
Don't you trust me?
To trust me is to love
me, and I know I love you.
Don't you love me?
I tell you what,
I tell you what.
Here we go.
If the numbers come in
the way I say they will,
you, Braddock and Hudlow,
you gotta caddy for me
next time we hit the greens
in leather bikinis
and six-inch heels.
But not Hudlow though,
'cause that shit would
just be disgusting.
We're still doing drinks
in the new boat, yeah?
Okay, all right.
Let me go ahead
and do that shit.
I mean, you know, the money's
not gonna make itself.
All right, bye-bye.
- German?
- Yeah.
But it is what it is.
I do some working of my own.
So what can I do you for?
- Well, for one, I think we
should keep the celebrating
to a minimum until the
IPO actually goes through.
We have so many employees,
so many different factors.
Too much chatter could
affect the stock price.
- Look, you said the
fundamentals are strong.
The people are excited.
Let 'em get excited, man.
Let them tweet a book
to all their friends,
tell them how we're
the next big thing.
- I am fairly certain
the SEC would disagree
with that policy.
- Oh, shit.
I tell you what.
Look, let me worry
about that, all right?
I wanna talk about something
really, really important.
- Okay.
- Remember Jackie?
- No.
- The blonde that I brought by
like two weeks ago
with the arthritis.
Well, actually, we thought
they were big titties,
but when she took them off,
they looked like those
African tribal titties.
We call the bitch flapjack.
We caught her stealing
all the fucking paperclips
out of Margaret's office.
- Yes, yes.
- Anyway, this
bitch just texted me
saying she wants to
come by the office.
She'll do anything to get a
little bit of that
on the fucking conference table.
She will such my
dick from the back.
And I ain't never had nobody
suck my dick from
the back before.
That shit might be worth
a box of paperclips.
Feel me?
- Yeah.
- All right.
You can go.
- There's actually
one other thing.
- What's that?
- Well, okay.
Since the IPO is going forward
and profits were 8%
above expectations,
I'm wondering, can
I tell my wife?
- Tell your wife what?
- At my review,
we discussed the progress that
we made, the work I had done,
the Connor contracts
which I put together.
- Hey, that was a
team effort, John.
- At that meeting, I
was told that if the IPO
did go through and the
company were profitable,
that I would be made head of
the international division
along with an
increase in salary.
Can I tell my wife?
- I gotta be honest with you.
I went to the board.
Unfortunately, that's
not gonna happen.
Look, look, look.
I went to bat for you.
Don't you trust me?
- Yeah.
- To trust me to love me,
and I know I love you.
Don't you love me?
But with the secrecy involved
and the government contracts
and the drone program, they
just felt like leaving matters
with the international
division was best in my hands.
But I tell you what.
I'm proud of you, and you
should be proud of you.
With the work you did,
removing the security cameras
and replacing it with that
neighbors watching
neighbors policy,
that was genius.
That saved us all
kinds of money,
made us look great to the board.
Gains, when I was on
the phone, she said it.
She was like, "Dude,
it's fucking awesome!"
And another thing too,
about the salary increase.
Salaries are gonna be locked
for like the next year.
Look, with things
going on right now
and how shit is all shifty
about the IPO, they wanna see
that we're a lean, mean
profit-making machine, right?
So in order to do that, we can't
do any superfluous spending
on salary increases and,
you know, shit like that.
- But
you just bought the
whole office champagne.
- Yeah.
Champagne is cheap, John.
But I gotta get this text
back over to Jackie, so.
- Jane, you came.
You should have used
my dish.
Ladies, this is Jane,
my new neighbor.
She and her husband--
- John.
- Yeah.
I took them the quiche to
welcome them to the neighborhood.
- Oh, the quiche, you say.
- Yeah, to welcome them to
the neighborhood.
So I thought she'd like
to join us, so come in.
- A baby beanbag.
- Oh, what the hell
is a baby beanbag?
- Just like what it
sounds like, stupid.
Oh, yeah, hee-hee-hee.
Laugh all you want, Alma, okay?
But it was super comfy.
And weren't it pretty
nice, huh, Mary?
Pretty nice.
- Okay.
Why doesn't anyone ever throw
parties for us single ladies?
- Oh, what would
we get you, condoms?
'Cause we know
you don't use 'em.
- My vibrator's
monogamous, honey.
But you never know.
If I met a man worth the
bam, I might need them.
- What about you, Jan?
- Jane.
- I'm sorry, Jane.
What about you?
- Yeah, are we gonna throw you
a book club meeting/baby
shower any time soon?
- What would you like?
- Uh, I'm, I don't, um...
- Oh, my God!
Jenny, did you see
the new baby gift bag
that Andrea gave me?
- Which one?
- Oh, I don't know
which company it's from.
- No, which Andrea.
Andrea, I can't stand
that bitch, Andrea?
Or Andrea booty doody?
- Booty doody?
- What's booty do?
- Her stomach is so fat
that it sticks out further--
Than her booty do.
- Hi.
- Yeah.
- Hi.
- Jane, right?
How's the book club thing
working out for you?
- It's not.
- Please don't
tell Mary I said that.
- Oh, no.
That's our little secret.
- You want a beer or something?
- Yes, sure.
It feels like a
beer kind of day.
You're about to
be a father, huh.
- Yeah.
- Mm-hmm.
- Yes, I am, yep.
- You can't go
on maternity leave.
- Well, it's kinda too late now.
Thanks to my man here.
- Yeah.
- So that's where
you got to, Jane.
I thought you had
left for a second.
See, there's no
reason to worry here.
Come in and help me serve
these ravenous bitches.
- Bye, Jane.
- Another beer?
- I am, I'm fine.
Thank you.
- It's not
the end of the world.
- Yeah, but maybe it's
the end of this one, huh.
What am I gonna
tell her, Margaret?
- She's gonna have
to understand.
It's not your fault.
- That's not important.
We can't afford the house.
We were counting on
the raise, and now,
damn it, you know.
- We're gonna get through this.
I mean, you're gonna
get through it.
I'll see if there's
something I can do to help.
- No, no, no, no.
I can't ask you to
do that, all right?
This is my problem.
I'll deal.
- Macbeth.
- Yeah?
- Clio.
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
Polly, Calliope and I have
been hearing some rumors.
- Yeah?
Yeah, that you'll be
running the company soon.
- Getting all the glory.
- Mm-hmm.
- Want me.
- Probably not the kind
of thing I need right now.
- Well, this is the only
kind of thing you ever need.
- Okay, okay,
let's get you home.
- Oh, his home or yours?
He will get the glory,
but you won't be the woman
by his side when he does.
- Nope.
- Sold out.
- Sold out down the river,
river of red, red, red.
- Let's go, Margaret.
- See you around.
- Tell me what to do.
Oh, shit!
- Ta-da!
Oh, my God!
What happened to you?
The news of this coming out.
I mean, they can't
help but give you
the promotion that
they promised you.
You can't very well
celebrate success
and not reward the
people who caused it
and just thank you for
about this house.
You were worried we weren't
gonna be able to afford it.
- Jane.
- We're gonna
take that vacation
we've been planning
for Scotland.
And I know it's--
- Jane.
- Yes.
- You can.
You can celebrate success
and not reward it.
there is no promotion.
Project sleep machine
The consequences, unclear
- I'm sorry.
I'm sick of this world.
I'm sick of watching these
corporate cunts succeed
while we beg for scraps,
while we eat shit.
- John, it'll be all right.
- Oh, really?
Will it be all right?
Tell me why.
Because we're good people?
And things,
things always magically
work out for good people.
Good people get sodomized
by this system, Jane.
The American dream, there it is.
It's what we see when
we close our eyes
while we're biting
our pillow.
- John.
- It's a goddamn world.
Tell me what to do.
Tell me what to do.
Tell me what to do.
tell me.
What can I do?
Tell me what to do.
Tell me what to do.
- Shh.
What about the Japanese deal,
the one that just went away
and cost the company 100,000?
John, what happened there?
- I guess I could
We're going public.
- This world owes us.
- Whether it does or it doesn't,
I'm taking what's ours.
- Hi, Stephen.
Is Mary home?
I didn't realize last night was
more of a baby shower thing,
so I brought this.
- Mary will be back in a couple.
I mean, if you wanna come in.
- Sure.
- Yeah.
I'm sorry.
You shouldn't have to see this.
It's just...
It's just that we're
both housewives.
I mean, she doesn't
even fuckin' see me.
She doesn't even fuckin'
see me, you know.
- Stephen.
- I just want to--
- Stephen.
Where were you?
Whoa, what happened to you?
Where were you?
No, don't sit there.
I just cleaned.
What happened with Duncan?
- He's gone.
- What, on another
damn vacation?
- Double check
some fitters for me.
- What are you looking for?
- Discrepancies.
- Kyoto?
You're looking to
dig a grave for him.
I get it.
But at this rate, you're
gonna have to dig two.
- It's the only play I've got.
I know that you leak
sensitive information
to drive the stock price down
so you could buy
it up privately.
The Kyoto deal, where we
happened to lose 100 grand
that we paid upfront
to a local company
to help us negotiate, a
company that you happen to be
the primary shareholder.
Now, all those losses over
the years, almost $1 million.
Now with our pathetic IPO,
that will let you buy
what, 200,000 shares?
Maybe enough to make you
the primary shareholder.
- Yeah, big word.
Captain, captain, my captain.
Walking your fucking
ass into my office
like you're the big swinging
dick around this motherfucker,
a King Kong or something.
I'm King Kong, motherfucker!
I'm the big black swinging dick!
Get your fucking ass up!
So is that what
it is, John, huh?
Oh, shit!
I'm King Kong's dick.
- Now then, seems about right.
- Really?
That's wonderful.
We can't,
we can't get everything
that we want.
But if we try,
we get what we need.
And this is what we need, John.
- Jane?
- I want to punish Stephen.
- Who?
- Mary, the neighbor,
her husband.
- Why?
- He's scum, and he deserves it.
- What did he do?
- I want to hurt him.
You just did an amazing and
difficult thing for our family.
Now it's my turn.
I want to show him that
there are consequences.
- All right.
Wait for me.
- My man.
- Thanks, hon.
- Mm-hmm.
Hmm, here.
- Remember, wait for me.
- I'll try.
- Have a good day, honey.
- Wait for John.
You find your eyes
ran across my shadows
Rooms of stars rushed
through my eyes
- Wait for John.
I came to you
I had a dream of all the
things that I seem to dream
And I follow you
over there, so
- And you gave your word.
She's a roller
She's a coaster
She's the stars and
perfect daughter
If there's no room
inside my heart
We'll cut some
out of every part
To make room there for you
- Hi, you've
reached the Seytons.
We can't come to
the phone right now,
so please leave a message.
- Hi, Stephen, Mary,
it's Jane from next door.
I was calling,
I wanted to know what
you thought of the--
- Jane?
- Hi, Stephen.
- Mary
and I love the toy.
- I was thinking about--
- Hang up and I'll
see you up front.
- You Malcolm Duncan?
- Yeah.
- I need to talk to
you about your uncle.
Have a seat.
If there's no room
inside my heart
We'll come some
out of every part
To make room there for you
To make room there for you
- Did you like it?
The pacifier.
- Oh.
Yeah, yeah.
We, I loved it.
Hey, what are we doing here?
- Nothing yet.
- Yeah, I was drunk.
- How about now?
- Are we really doing this?
- That's enough from you now.
- Oh.
This is my cellphone.
You don't have to
call the house, huh.
- Is she home?
- No, but she will be.
- What will she
think about this,
about you coming
on to me like this?
- Why would she have to know?
- Well, someone,
someone could show
her the security feed
that's on us right now.
The footage from the
security cam is being sent
to a security firm,
with a copy sent to
me too, of course.
- Wait,
- What's the matter, Stephen?
You don't like the
idea of being watched,
that at any moment,
your wife could find out
what you've been
wanting to do with me?
- Yeah, fuck.
- This isn't the
first time, is it?
No, it can't be, a big
strapping man like you.
There are others.
Your wife has to know.
Well, suspect at least.
You've got a baby on the way.
God, the baby.
You better have a
damn good lawyer,
you know, self-sacrificing
mother, high stress job,
supporting a family
all by herself.
You should be out job
hunting, building that resume.
You've got a family
to support, for now.
- Tread lightly, Jane.
- I will tread however the
fuck I want to, Stephen.
Would you look at the time.
You should be going.
Tell Mary I'll be
over in a bit, okay?
- Malcolm.
- Hey, John.
- Your uncle in yet?
- No, not yet.
He asked me to meet him
here early and never showed.
There's a detective here though.
- Detective?
- I don't know.
Maybe about him.
The news is outside.
- Okay.
Well, I got a lot
of paperwork so--
- Want me to tell my Uncle
Greg you stopped in to see him?
- Yeah, yeah, thanks.
Do that for me, appreciate it.
- Who is it?
- It's just the phone company
making sure I pay my bill.
- Okay.
My credit card is in my purse.
You can use it, honey.
I don't want you to
miss a job opportunity
because of a disconnected
- All right.
Thanks, babe.
I'm almost finished up
here. i'll be right in, yeah.
Oh, fuck.
- Yes?
- Hey, hon.
Cops are here.
- Well, that's to
be expected, dear.
Did they say why?
- 'Cause we killed Duncan.
- Did they tell you
that's why they're there?
- No.
- Well, then why do you assume
that that's why they're there?
- Because we're being paranoid.
- You're being silly, dear.
Now I need you to still yourself
and be my confident,
charming man.
- All right, hon.
I love you.
- I love you more.
- That's a whole lotta love.
It warms my heart.
Detective McDuff.
- John Macbeth.
- I know.
Photos in Duncan's office.
I put two and two together.
- Well, you are the
detective, aren't you?
- That's right.
Mind if I grab a
few words with you?
- My office?
- Ladies first.
Nice headband, by the way.
- Is that the
phone company again?
- Uh--
- Was it?
- is not
gonna make it foul play.
- I know money's not
gonna make itself, right?
- Not last time I checked.
- Oh, and John,
when that Margaret gets in,
can you do me a favor and
have her give me a call?
- Absolutely.
- A Margaret
called the LAPD last night
about a scuffle she
overheard in the office.
- Yes?
- Hey, honey, it's me.
- Oh.
How did everything go?
No wrinkles then?
- Ah, there might be
one itty bitty wrinkle,
but I'm taking care of it.
- That's my man.
- You don't wanna
know what it is?
- I trust you to tell me
everything I need to know.
- Okay.
Well, I might be a bit late.
- Okay.
Bye, hon.
- All right.
- Hi, Stephen.
- Who is it?
Really, Stephen, bringing
that bitch into my house,
my house!
Stephen told me everything.
Get out!
Get out!
- Mary!
- Oh.
Is, is she--
- You did this.
- I was--
- You did this!
You did this.
- No.
- Jane!
- Oh, God.
- Jane!
- Are you headed out, Jo...
Mr. Macbeth?
- Yup, what do you need?
- Well, it's just--
- Spit it out!
- Who's steering the ship?
No one's seen Duncan,
and there are rumors.
- Well, I don't know
who's steering the ship,
but it's not me, all right?
- Not yet.
- Jane!
Open the goddamn door, Jane!
- John, John, John!
- All right, look.
We've all heard the
rumors about Duncan,
Gregory Duncan and
Margaret Banquo.
But until they are confirmed,
that's all they are, rumors.
And as to who's
steering the ship,
it doesn't matter
because we are the ship.
- Jane!
- Go away!
- Jane!
- Go away!
- Open the
door, you fucking cunt!
- Go away!
- And the captains of our
own futures and successes.
But I need you to
stay the course,
for the Black Mist Corporation,
yeah, for our shareholders,
but mostly for ourselves.
But I need business
to continue as usual.
Can you do that for me?
- Yeah.
- Can you?
- Yes.
- As you were.
- All hail, Macbeth.
- All hail, Macbeth.
- Jane?
- Oh, God!
Oh, God!
Oh, God, John.
- Jesus, Jane.
- Oh, God!
Oh, God!
- What happened?
What happened?
- He was just here.
- Jane, Jane, Jane.
- He was just here.
- Jane, what happened?
- He was just here.
- Who, who?
- Stephen, Stephen.
- What?
- My wife, my son are
dead because of you.
I'm gonna cut.
- Got him!
He's done!
I got him!
I got him!
He's done!
We make money
I showed up
Fake mustaches
Now they gave me a squad
Go get ready to
get down
Put the money in
the bag
- Good boy.
We would get another one.
Shots fired
We'll get there
Mama's little baby loves
short'nin', short'nin',
Mama's little baby
loves short'nin' bread
Two little children,
lyin' in bed
One was sick and
the other one's dead
Mama's little baby loves
short'nin', short'nin',
Mama's little baby
loves short'nin' bread
One was sick and
the other one's dead
Short'nin', short'nin',
Mama's little baby
loves short'nin' bread
- Someone's
been a busy bee.
- Someone, hon.
Someone has been a busy bee.
- Well, I should help.
Honey, honey, honey.
- Hmm.
- It's not designed for that.
- This way, in case
anyone finds the body,
there wouldn't be
able fingerprints.
Next time, we'll do it better.
- Next time?
- Mm-hmm.
- Honey.
- Hmm.
- Slow down.
- Mm-hmm.
- You are working far too hard.
Why don't you go clean up and
I will take care of all this?
- I love you.
- I love you.
- Okay.
- Help me.
Help me.
- How?
- Can you
call an ambulance?
- We can't do that.
- What?
- Mary, I killed your husband.
It was self defense, but I'm
not about to trust my life
in the hands of the
American judicial system.
Am I right?
- So you're just gonna let
me die, me and my baby?
- We didn't say that.
We just said that we're
not gonna call for help.
- So what are you suggesting?
- Well, Jane tells
me you're a nurse.
Is there a way we
could induce labor?
- No!
No, are you out of your mind?
- Mary, your options are
pretty limited, dear.
- The ultrasound showed
him with his feet down,
ruling out any
traditional childbirth.
The C-section is scheduled
for next Thursday.
- C-section?
Do you think you could talk
us through the procedure?
- And then what?
- And then hopefully, we'll
be able to save your baby.
- You're sick.
You're sick!
- Mary, I'm being practical.
- Help!
- If you'd
like, we could leave,
come back and figure
out something to do
with your corpse in the morning.
- She does seem like she
wants to be left alone.
- But baby.
- Honey, it's her house.
- Mary--
- Maybe she's embarrassed.
- Get some
rubbing alcohol,
some gauze and cotton pads.
- On it.
- It all worked out
perfectly, didn't it?
Oh, and something
sharp for the incision.
- I know what it's for!
- So now what?
- Clean the incision
area with the alcohol.
- I'll do that.
- And the blade.
And your hands!
- Right.
- And now?
- You should
administer pain meds.
- We can't do that.
You're supposed to be walking
us through the procedure.
- Are you sure you can do this?
- Make a vertical incision
from below the navel
to the pelvic bone about
four inches in length.
- Okay.
- If you're gonna do
it, just fucking do it!
- She is under a
lot of stress, hon.
- I'm sorry.
- And pull out my baby.
Shallower, shallower
incision now.
Now get into the uterus
horizontally and pull out my baby.
- Shh, shh, shh!
I am trying to concentrate here.
- Would you like me
to hold her down?
- John, John, John, the blanket.
John, John, the blanket,
the blanket, the blanket.
- Jane!
- I got it, I got it.
- You got it?
- I got it, I got it.
I got it.
- You have to clear,
clear any obstruction.
- Okay, okay.
John, where's the knife?
- Honey, I'm holding him.
- John!
- I can't get the knife.
I'm holding him!
- It's our baby.
- Can I see him?
My baby.
He's my baby.
Can I see him?
- Shh.
- Just once.
- Shh.
- You're a daddy.
He's beautiful.
- My baby.
Can I see my baby?
My baby.
My baby.
- Mary, Mary.
- I wanna see my son.
- It's our baby now.
- I wanna see my baby.
- He's our son.
He's our beautiful little boy.
He's ours.
- You're keeping my baby?
- He's ours.
- My son!
I wanna see my baby!
You should have left him in me!
- Good morning, Mr. Macbeth.
- Lady Macbeth.
You know, you're right.
We can't always
get what we want.
I guess we get what we need.
I love you.
- Oh, I love you more.
Open up the door, the cave
So afraid you'll run away
- Yeah?
- Mr. Macbeth, the Chairman of
the board is here to see you.
- Okay, man.
Send him in.
- Also, Margaret didn't
show up again for work.
- You don't say.
- Chairwoman Brenda Gains.
This is Malory Broddick
and Gavin Hudlow.
- We've heard great things.
- Thank you.
- No, thank you for
all your hard work.
- John, I have no idea what in
fuck's sake is going on here.
The CEO leaves.
There's evidence of fraud,
employees running to the media.
The last thing the board
needs is more public bad news.
Don't judge.
Every dog should
have a few fleas.
We've been trying to piece
together what the hell happened.
And in talking with everyone,
the only consistent thing
we've heard is that you
seem to be the only one
who knows what the
hell they're doing.
Don't thank me just yet.
We need you to take on
Duncan's responsibilities,
clean up this mess and help
the company look healthy again.
- Do you think you can do that?
- I believe I can.
- We'll give you
an additional 25%,
and based on your performance,
we'll go from there.
Sound good?
- Yeah, it sounds good.
- Good.
Real good.
Big money
Sharp dive
Fake mustaches
now they give me a squad
Get ready get down
Into the river red
Put the money in
the bag
- Mr. Macbeth.
- Yeah, man.
- I don't know how to put this,
but I wanted to talk
about my compensation.
My uncle, we never really
talked about salary.
He never gave me one.
He kinda just took
care of my bills.
- Huh.
- He told me if I worked out,
that he would see about
a more permanent position
at the company for
me in six months.
- Your uncle isn't
here anymore, Malcolm.
- I know,
but it's been six months.
I've worked really hard.
- Yeah, no, no.
You have, and I think
you should keep it up.
Yeah, you know,
keep working hard,
and in about six months,
we'll see what we can do
and I'll get you a more
permanent position.
- But I have bills,
my student loans.
- That'll be taken care
of with your hard work.
I hope you believe in yourself.
I believe in you, okay?
Spit it out, man.
- But you just bought the
whole office champagne.
- Champagne is cheap, man.
- Hi, honey.
- Hi.
- How was work?
- Conducive.
- Anything I should know about?
What are you gonna do, John?
What are you gonna do?
She knows everything.
She was there that
night with Duncan.
She called the cops!
She can destroy
everything, John!
What are you going--
- Did I ask for your
fucking opinion?
- No, you did not.
- There are two paths, Jane.
One is easy.
That's its only reward.
I'll be home late.
Don't wait up.
- Thank you, John, for
everything that you're doing
for your family,
for protecting us.
Thank you.
- Hi, can I help you?
- Is Margaret here?
- John.
- It's all right.
- John.
Did you...
How did it go?
- Margaret's sister
was there with her kid.
- What?
John, John, what are we,
what are we gonna do
if they were, if they--
What did you--
- I did them too.
- Her kid, her kid?
- Yeah.
We're free now.
No more looking in
the rear view mirror,
put all this shit behind us.
- Do you want coffee?
- I like you, honey.
- Eggs?
- I'm fine.
- Juice?
I'm fine.
- Hmm.
- Honey.
I gave you.
- Mm-hmm.
- Do you trust me to
protect this family?
- Mm-hmm.
- Because I promise
you that I will.
If I have to slaughter
every man, woman and
child to do it, I will.
I promise you that.
You believe me, right?
I'll see you tonight.
I love you.
- Don't stand on
the outline, Deacon.
Have you not heard of
contaminating a crime scene?
- Davies.
- Welcome to the Black
Mist bloodbath bonanza.
Everybody's half off.
- Shut up.
- You recognize this one,
Banquo, Margaret Banquo?
- Yeah, yeah, I know her.
- Yeah, of course you do.
You've been looking
for her, right?
Well, you're gonna
need dental records
to identify the jigsaw puzzle
and mangled flesh over there
and over there and under
the fucking end table,
but I'll spare you the trouble.
That is her sister, Joanna,
and the child sized corpse
in the kitchen, that's
her sister's kid.
It really makes you wish you
could do something about it,
like finding the
guy who did this.
If only we were the good guys.
- Shut your mouth, Davies.
- tell you
we dragged the MacArthur
Park Lake this morning?
Guess what's lying on a slab
in the coroner's
office right now.
Yeah, it's the former CEO of
the Black Mist Corporation,
a Gregory Duncan.
You've been looking
for him too, right?
- Shut the fuck up!
- He did it.
He did it all for you, for me.
Oh, God, we are fortune's fools.
We are fortune's fools.
Oh, God.
Oh, God.
Oh, God, forgive me.
- You shouldn't be here.
- Well, neither should he.
- Hey, you got a
gun for this guy?
Yeah, a fucking gun.
- Here.
- Stay here.
Don't do anything.
Just stay fucking here.
- Yeah, careful where
you point it, kid.
- You're so little.
- Oh, God!
Oh, God!
Oh, God!
- What?
- They're dead!
They're dead!
- Jane!
- No!
- Jane!
- I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry!
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry!
I'm sorry!
- No!
No, no, no, no.
- John Macbeth,
this is your friend,
Detective McDuff.
I'm gonna need you
to come out here
and join us with your hands up.
- Baby, I'm sorry.
Up ahead, in the heat
- She
shouldn't have died.
Hereafter, there would have
been time for such a world.
Tomorrow and tomorrow
and tomorrow,
creeps in this petty
pace from day to day.
- What the
fuck is going on?
- But it falls.
Life is but a walk
in the shadow,
a poor player that.
And then it hurts no more.
Come my way, won't you
- Just a tale.
Full of sadness and fear,
signifying nothing.
- This is Detective McDuff
requesting officer assistance.
We've got shots fired
and officers down
at 1606 Danson Landing.
I repeat, shots fired and
officers at 1606 Danson Landing.
I'll be outside, plainclothes.
You can't be here.
- Why?
- This cannot lead
back to Black Mist.
- I thought...
- What is that?
- Outta here, now!
This is Detective McDuff.
We're also gonna need someone
from Child Protective
Services on the scene.
We are young
We are young
Come on, love, let's dance.
Dancing till we can
We are young
We are young
Cry is all I can
do in your arms
So hold me tight
Till the tears subside
Cry is all I can
do in your arms
So hold me tight
Till the tears run dry