The Farm (2018) Movie Script

Alec, how much longer, please?
A couple more hours.
I just didn't remember it was
gonna take this long. I'm sorry.
Are you going
in the right direction?
I know where I'm going.
[news station on radio]
So when's the next rest stop?
Um, I'm not sure.
They put them every X-amount
of miles that's coming up.
- I really have to pee.
- Want me to pull over?
No. I wanna go to a rest stop.
All right. You're gonna have to
hold it for a little while.
You know I can't do that.
Are you sure?
Yeah, I mean, we'll see.
I'm just gonna go
in the back, okay?
All right.
I'll wait for you in the car.
I wish you had came
and seen the tents with me.
I just wanna stay in the car and
try to just like push through.
No. It was like
an abandoned site.
- Tents.
- Just can't wait?
Yeah, people don't just
up and leave their stuff.
They take their belongings
with them, their clothes.
Maybe they were
throwing it away.
Just left it there.
Maybe it was like broken.
Oh, we're getting low on gas.
Got like a little less than
a quarter tank.
We'll stop soon.
Are we coming up
on a gas station soon?
They'll be one soon.
They put them on points
along the road.
How's it going?
I don't know.
It just died all of a sudden.
Is it the battery do you think?
I don't know. How should I know?
Well, I got jumper cables.
I can try to start it.
Yeah, do that.
So are you from around here?
- Yeah.
- [car door closes]
[engine starts]
So where's the ring?
Excuse me?
You know, where's the ring?
He's not your brother, is he?
[scoffs] Um...
That's really
none of your business.
Well, with you standing there,
I'll make it my business.
It's people like you that think
they can have everything
and not take responsibility
for anything.
- [engine turns]
- We're trying to help you.
Help me? Did I ask for help?
[engine turns]
You stopped and... [chuckles]
That no-good boyfriend of yours
or whatever you call him,
he doesn't seem to know
what's he's doing anyhow.
Uh, I'm sorry. I...
I don't know
what the problem is.
See? There you have it.
You think he can
build you a house?
Let's get out of here.
I'm sorry.
Yeah, that's right.
Go ahead and leave!
[engine starts]
Don't say it.
Don't say it, okay?
- 'Cause you told me so.
- Mm-hmm.
You know, it's okay.
You just have to learn
from your mistakes.
If you wanna help crabby women
on the side of the road,
go ahead.
I didn't know she was
going to be crabby.
I thought I was being nice.
I could tell,
even from 20 feet away from her,
I could tell she was gonna be
such a jerk to us.
This is why I avoid the country.
I know.
'Cause they're all like that.
I don't know, man.
She was having a bad day.
Her car pooped out on her.
Still, it doesn't
give her the right
to be rude to people
who are helping.
How's it going?
Well, look at you,
young and tender.
[Alec chuckles]
Can I get y'all
something to drink?
Can I have a coffee, please?
I'll do water.
- Alrighty.
- Thank you.
You're not eating?
Uh, sure.
What's your special today?
[scoffs] This is a diner.
Have a burger.
Can I have it with cheese,
I'll check.
How would you liked that cooked?
- Medium-rare, please.
- All right.
And you?
I will do the exact same thing.
- You want fries with that?
- That would be awesome.
- Oh, me too.
- All right.
- Thank you.
- Thank you.
Be right back.
"What special is on today?"
I don't know what to order
when I come to a diner.
Maybe she likes
making something special.
- Oh, thank you.
- And for you, water.
Thank you.
- It's good.
- Hmm?
- Mm-hmm.
- Can I get some?
- Sure.
- Oh, thank you.
Oh, my God,
I should've got a coffee.
- Thank you.
- Cheese.
Thank you.
[whispers] That guy.
I'm sure he just likes
new people.
Let's go.
- I'll get this.
- All right.
You're not safe here.
Hey, what's going on?
Uh, nothing.
- You okay?
- Yeah. Let's go.
[door chimes ring]
You okay?
Yeah, no, I'm great.
What was up with that guy?
No, yeah,
he was just being weird.
Local weirdo, I guess.
I don't know.
I just never, you know...
I don't wanna think about him,
you know what I mean?
No, he's harmless, I'm sure.
All right.
- Just making sure you're okay.
- Yeah.
Man, it feels good to stand.
Do you need any help
with anything?
No, I got it.
- That'll be $50.
- Cool.
And these, please.
Here you go.
Here you go.
You know if there's like
a bed and breakfast around here?
Bed and breakfast?
Yeah, like a hostel or a motel
or something like that?
Oh, yeah, I know what you mean.
Yeah, there's some cabins
down the road.
On your right side,
this guy rents them
pretty cheap.
Okay, so like up the road
for how long?
Maybe 20 minutes.
You can't miss it.
It's like a few wooden cabins.
Cool. Well, thank you.
It's my pleasure.
- Have a nice day.
- You too.
- Yeah.
- You too.
Ah, this is gonna be good.
I could use some sleep.
Yeah, let's check it out,
see how it looks
and then figure out
what to do from there.
- What do you mean?
- No, you know.
Just make sure it's something
that is not sketchy.
I mean, if there's a cockroach
in the bed,
do you wanna stay there?
I'll flick it out of the bed
and then get in the bed
and go to sleep.
I don't know. That guy was...
He was a little creepy
and just...
I don't know.
What if he recommended us
to his friend's place,
and he's a creep too?
- What if he did?
- I don't know.
It's just really unsettling.
I'd rather just go.
Let's just go.
Wouldn't it be much nicer
to just stay at home?
Yes, it would be, but I'm tired,
and I don't want to get us
into an accident, okay?
No, I know. I know you do.
You're lovely.
I mean, I could fall asleep
at the wheel, you know,
but it seems like
sleeping in a bed
might be the better,
safer option.
- Think so?
- Yeah, I think so.
This place looks creepy.
What do you mean,
it looks creepy?
No, seriously,
I don't want to stay here.
- Are you serious?
- I'm scared.
Look how many cars
are around here. Come on.
Come on, just give it a shot.
Come on.
No, I don't wanna get hacked up
in the middle of the night.
We're not gonna get hacked up.
Look how many cars are here.
None of which are police cars.
Somehow I think we are okay.
You're so reassuring.
Plus, you wanna know something?
- What?
- I'm deadly with a knife.
That's kinda cool.
Come on.
ALEC: Hello?
Okay, no one's here.
- Come on, let's go.
- Hey.
Hey, hold on, look.
People have been here. Relax.
It's kinda amazing.
No. Nobody's here. This is...
It's not ideal.
There's plenty of people here.
Hey there!
Oh, hey.
Sorry. I didn't hear you guys
come in.
Have you been here long?
No, not that long. We're fine.
Where you guys from?
Los Angeles.
Hey, I used to live
out there myself.
San Fernando Valley.
So I suppose you two
want a room?
Uh, yeah, that'd be great.
Wonderful. Just follow me.
- Let's go.
- Let's just check it out.
If you don't like it,
we'll go, okay?
You're so...
- Right this way.
- Thank you.
It's beautiful out here.
It sure is.
Here we go.
- Welcome.
- Thank you.
There's a lot of beds here
'cause we used to rent it out
to Boy Scout troops
and church groups that, uh...
They haven't been around here
a lot lately,
so I just kind of made it
into a motel room.
Hmm. So have you had
this place long?
Since 1989.
I fell in love with it
just driving by.
I was driving, driving, driving.
Driving from everything I knew.
I saw this place,
stopped the car,
walked in and asked
if I could work here.
Repaired the cabin,
fixed things up.
Been here ever since.
Mrs. Anderson
used to run the place.
She passed away
about four years ago now.
So I been running the place
ever since.
Uh, so do you get many people
coming around here
in the summer?
The usual. Just a steady stream.
Is there good hiking
around here?
Um, I'm sorry.
Could you please excuse us?
It's been a really long day.
We can use some sleep.
Yeah, sure.
Just trying
to make conversation.
- Of course.
- Not a lot of people stop here,
so I like to talk
to the people that do.
I get it.
- Have a good night.
- You too.
- Thank you.
- Thanks.
See you tomorrow.
- A bit rude, wasn't it?
- No, no, no, no.
Shut up. It's fine.
He's weird, okay?
He seems nice. He doesn't have
many people around here.
"Steady stream."
That's what I heard.
So I'm sure he's got plenty
of other people to go talk to.
I'm sorry. I'm just trying
to be nice to the guy.
He's just a little too...
just him standing there
talking so much.
It's unsettling.
Oh, my God. He's a monster.
[water running]
- Good night.
- Good night.
[crickets chirping]
[hinge creaking]
What is that?
What is that?
No! No!
Hey, I said no!
No! I said no!
Get away!
[continues screaming]
You son of a bitch! Fucking...
What the fuck!
What the fuck did you do?
You stupid bitch!
Fuck! You fucking bitch!
[hinge creaking]
[door locks]
ALEC: Help me.
Hey. Hey!
[cage rattling]
[Alec shouting]
[speakers playing
spiritual music]
[whirring continues]
[distant bell ringing]
Hey, man.
All good?
The food has to be ready to go
in three hours.
We're cooking
for about 80 people.
Are we even gonna have
enough food for tonight?
We really have to be on our toes
with this thing.
Do you think
you can manage that?
Hey, everybody!
The food has to be ready to go
in 2 1/2 hours,
and they've added
an additional 20 portions,
so step it up a notch!
We need 15 pounds of ground beef
for the lasagna.
Do we have that?
We have some here.
It ain't nearly enough.
Looks like we have
everything for the stew.
And please, everybody,
this time use a little finesse.
Thank you!
[phone ringing]
Ah, hello, sir!
And what time were you
thinking about coming by?
Okay, see you then.
Hodder is coming.
I guess we can use a bit of
our diary livestock a bit early.
We really need to come up
with something special.
[women whimpering]
And we have three more
in the stable?
And only one is ready?
[distant baby gurgling]
[baby crying]
[crying continues]
[crying continues]
[woman crying]
[baby crying]
[muffled screaming]
[muffled crying]
Come on.
You two bring the milk
to the kitchen.
[women crying]
- [women crying]
- [cages rattling]
- [women crying]
- [cages rattling]
[cage rattling]
[woman crying]
Hey, little girl.
Hey, little girl, what's up?
You hungry?
See? It's not so bad.
You are out
of your fucking mind!
That's mean!
You're sick, you fucking retard!
Bad human!
It's your own fault.
It's your own fault!
You're all bad!
I'm very sorry
you feel that way.
Of course I did not intend
to ruin your wedding.
A tooth in the food?
That's strange.
I'll make sure to speak
to the chefs about this.
Yes, I understand.
I understand it's too late now,
but I want to make sure
this doesn't happen again
on your next order.
Look, we'll cater
your next event for free
to compensate, okay?
Please just think about it,
All right, okay, goodbye.
You spoiled a perfectly
healthy woman.
Can't think,
but he sure can feel.
Go find Andrew.
He must be around here
What the fuck's going on here?
You don't wanna know.
How do we get out of here?
You don't.
They're spying outside of
that rest stop where you were.
They treat us like milk cows.
How long have you been here?
Two years.
I've had one child
and several miscarriages.
That's insane.
But soon it's gonna be over.
I can't get pregnant anymore.
I'm so glad I get to be
done with this.
[woman crying]
Who is that?
[crying continues]
That's Ash.
She's been here about two weeks.
- Yeah?
- We're gonna get out of here.
No, we can't.
We will. I promise.
They'll find us. They always do.
Don't say that.
It's nicer to play.
But I don't wanna play.
I just wanna eat!
You have to be good!
Eat it.
Good boy.
That's a good boy.
Everybody can now play.
It wasn't my fault!
She was mean!
She asked for my help,
but when I came over,
she wasn't nice!
She yelled at me!
She said I was out of my mind,
but she's wrong!
Sometimes my mind is out of me!
I'm sorry. [Crying]
Why aren't you
at the gas station?
I don't know. I just...
Just what?
How many times have I told you
to stop playing with the food?
Now we have to dispose to two,
possibly three
perfectly healthy adults,
one that would've given us milk
for at least a year.
Do you know how much that costs?
I'm sorry. I won't do it again.
I promise.
Oh, of course you won't.
Take him with you
on your chores today.
Don't let him out of your sight.
You can start
by feeding these ones.
Something smells good.
And oregano!
Exactly what we need. Good boy.
Hey, take two guys with you
to the dairy.
Take care of the one
who can't produce milk.
I'll take care of him
for the rest of the day.
[door rattles]
[rattling continues]
Oh, my God.
- Are you okay?
- Yeah, yeah.
- Are they around?
- No.
- Come on, come on.
- Let's get out of here.
- Okay, I got you.
- Come on.
[digging continues]
[footsteps on metal]
[footsteps diminish]
[Alec groans]
[ignition firing]
[engine failing]
[engine failing]
- We gotta go now. Now.
- Okay.
Come on.
[bell ringing]
- Nora, they're coming.
- Okay.
[floorboard creaks]
- Oh, shit.
- [Alec groaning]
Come on.
[Alec groaning]
NORA: I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
Hey, how do I get out of here?
Please, please, please,
how do I get out of here?
The bus they used
to transport us.
There's a key in the room
in the back of the house.
You can find it by the window.
Thank you, thank you.
[speakers playing
spiritual music]
[engine starts]
[engine failing]
[engine starts]
[engine shuts down]
[Nora yelling]
Ashley, come on.
What are you doing?
How did you get out?
It's okay.
Come on, let's go. Shh!
- They're gonna find us!
- Shh!
Keys. Come on, let's go. Keys.
- Okay, stay here.
- Okay.
Okay, let's go. Run, run.
[engine starts]
Yes. Yes!
- Yes!
- [engine idling]
[Gregorian chant]