The Last Stop in Yuma County (2023) Movie Script

[ominous music playing]
[birds chirping]
[ominous music playing]
[tires screech]
[shuts engine off]
suspenseful music playing]
[door creaking]
- Morning.
- Morning.
Guess you want to fill up, huh?
Yeah, I was hoping to.
[attendant sighs]
Sorry, but our
gas pumps are dry.
Waiting on the fuel
truck to show up.
I'm almost empty. Is there
another gas station around here?
Not for another a 100 miles.
You're welcome to wait
at the diner right next door.
When the fuel truck
shows up I'll come get you.
That's okay. I'll
just wait in my car.
[low-key piano and
violin music playing]
- Have a good day.
- You, too.
- Don't work too hard.
- You stay safe.
- Love you.
- Love you.
[engine ignites]
[radio static]
[announcer] ... police
reporting that two men got away
with an estimated $700,000
from the Buckeye Western
Fidelity Bank of Arizona.
A witness spotted a green Pinto
with a damaged rear
end fleeing the bank
at approximately
6:20 a.m. this morning.
[ radio static]
["Love is Blue"
playing on radio]
["Love is Blue"
playing on radio]
[motor still running]
["Love is Blue"
playing on radio]
[turns off music]
[birds chirping]
[bells on door jingle]
[door creaks]
[fan whirring]
[coffee dripping]
- [door opening]
- [mop wheeled into diner]
- Morning.
- Morning.
- How we doing?
- Doing fine.
- Take a seat wherever you like.
- Thanks.
Can I get you going
with some coffee?
Yeah, that'd be great.
- Cream?
- Uh, no, thank you.
Did you hear about what's
going on in the gas station?
- What's that?
- Pumps are dry.
Says he's waiting for
a fuel truck to show up?
I hope you're not in a
hurry to be somewhere.
Actually, I am.
It's my daughter's
birthday tomorrow
and I get to spend
today with her.
Oh, well, I hope that
truck gets here soon.
Me, too.
Where's your daughter?
She's in Carlsbad with
her mom and her stepdad.
Carlsbad. I don't
know where that is.
It's in California. It's
like four hours from here.
Beautiful. Flowers
everywhere. Beaches.
Pretty much the exact
opposite where I'm coming from.
Sounds lovely.
It is.
What's in the case?
State-of-the-art cutlery.
- You're a knife salesman.
- I am.
Figure why not
try and make a sale
while I'm waiting.
I'm not in the market
for new knives.
Nobody is.
Tell you what. I'll
finish my coffee.
I'll do my whole
kit and caboodle.
And maybe you'll let
me change your mind.
Yeah, okay.
You wanna take a look at a menu?
- No, thank you.
- We're famous for our pie.
Yeah, I saw
something about that.
I don't think I've ever
had ru... ru... rub...
Yeah, Thank you.
No, it's too early for pie.
Well, maybe take a piece to
go. For your daughter's birthday.
- Oh, okay.
- Great.
[her footsteps to counter]
Where are you coming in from?
Oh, all over. How about you?
I'm from right here.
- What's your daughter's name?
- Sarah.
S-A-R-A-H. You got a
newspaper back there?
- Sure. It's yesterday's though.
- That's fine.
Mm. Thank you. Oh, that's great.
Hope she likes it.
You have kids?
Nope. My husband and I
weren't blessed with that gift.
- I'm sorry.
- Don't be.
Well, if you wanna
use the telephone,
let your daughter know
you might be running late,
it's right over there.
- Okay. Thank you.
- Sure.
[suspenseful music playing]
[turns off engine]
Hey, boy. Uh...
These pumps outta gas
so I'm waiting for the
fuel truck to get here.
Should be here any minute.
We really got
somewhere to be, guy.
You ain't got no cans in there?
We got plenty of cans in there,
but we ain't got
nothing to go in them.
You're welcome to go
next door to the diner
and wait till the
fuel truck shows up.
We'll just fill up at
the next stop. Thanks.
Well, unless you got enough
gas to get you a 100 miles.
Unfortunately, you're stuck
here till the truck shows up.
Then I guess we'll
wait at the diner.
[slightly tense music playing]
Man, I'll just
take that shit off.
Naw, don't.
Where are you going?
I'm going in the diner.
I'm gonna get some coffee.
We're staying in the car
till that truck gets here.
- You serious?
- I'm serious.
It's hotter than the
devil's dick in this car.
Ain't anybody gonna
recognize us out here.
- You don't know that.
- I know they probably got AC.
This might be the last
decent cup of coffee we have
for the next few months.
Man, who knows
what kind of gypsy juice
they got down in Mexico?
Coffee in there is
probably from Mexico.
We're staying in the car.
Man. Lighten up, would you?
[passenger door slams]
[bangs on hood]
[doorbell jingles]
- Morning. How we doing?
- Oh, howdy.
- You waiting on that fuel truck?
- Yes, ma'am.
Well, sit anywhere you like.
Can I get you some coffee?
Yeah. Two, please.
- Cream?
- [Travis] No, just black.
it's hotter in here.
Oh, thank you, sweetheart.
Hey, you mind doing us a favor
and turning on the
AC or something?
Sorry, but the
AC's on the fritz.
You boys interested
in something to eat?
No. Maybe later. Thanks.
- Okay. Just let me know.
- [Travis] Yeah.
Fucking great. AC's not working.
That goddamn fuel
truck better get here soon.
And if it doesn't?
We'll take that asshole's car.
He probably doesn't
have any gas either.
Okay, well, then
we'll take hers.
You see more than
one car out there?
Look, man, like the guy said,
"The truck should
be here any minute."
[gloomy music playing]
What you looking at?
Sorry. Didn't
mean to startle you.
Looked like you
were in deep thought.
Something like that.
You wanted to show
me those knives?
Oh, okay.
Well, they sure look pretty.
Great. So these
are Odachi knives.
They're made from the
strongest steel in Japan.
They're just as
sharp and as durable
as any authentic Japanese sword.
The handles are
hand-carved from wood,
um, from a dark wood.
- Mahogany?
- Mahogany... handles. Thank you.
Um, at this point
in the presentation,
I usually have an aluminum
can and then a tomato
to show off how they stay sharp.
That's all right. I can
already tell how sharp they are
just by looking at them.
- Oh.
- You're doing great.
Thanks. Um...
Are you okay?
Are those gentlemen
in the booth...
Are they staring at us?
Yeah. Mm-hmm.
Did you...
Did you hear about that
bank robbery this morning?
- In Buckeye?
- Yeah.
Was that you?
Don't look. It's the car.
[tense music playing]
What do you think?
I think they would be the type.
I thought so, too.
- I'll call my husband.
- No, let's give it a second.
We don't want to jump to
conclusions about people.
- You just said it's the car.
- I know what I said...
This is looking suspicious.
Go on with your pitch.
With what?
- Sell me on the knives.
- Oh.
Well I... I can't. I
don't have a tomato.
You can't do it
without a tomato?
[Travis] It's like
getting maced.
You ever been maced?
They start unloading
that shit into your eyes.
It's like fucking
fire everywhere.
You can't get it out.
And I tell you what you don't
do if you get maced in your eyes,
don't put fucking water in it
cause I made that
goddamn mistake.
The hell are they
doing over there?
I don't know, man, having
a fucking conversation.
[suspenseful music playing]
[phone rings]
Sheriff's office.
Hey, Virginia,
is Charlie in yet?
He sure is. One sec. Charlie!
Yes, Virginia.
[Virginia] Your wife
is on the telephone.
Be right there.
[music intensifies]
[gun clicks]
Hang up.
Dammit, she hung up.
Well it took you long
enough to get over here.
Well, what'd she say?
Well, lemme know
if she calls back.
- You don't wanna call her back?
- No.
Probably just
calling about the AC.
When are you gonna get
yourself a new phone, Charlie?
- Who were you calling?
- My husband.
[tense music playing]
[tense music playing]
Do you know who we are?
Just two men waiting for gas.
[Beau] I think you
know more than that.
You're the men that robbed
the bank this morning.
Hey, please let her go!
Shut the fuck up.
[gasping and groaning]
[gasping on floor]
[breathing heavily]
[breathing heavily]
Get up and sit next
to him. Come on.
[suspenseful music playing]
Keep a lookout.
Put your hands down.
What's in the box?
Cheap kitchen knives.
[Beau] You a knife salesman?
Normally I'd just slit your
throat and steal your car
but fortunately for you,
I figured that fruity
little number outside
doesn't have any gas. Correct?
No, I mean, yeah.
[Beau] Where's your car?
My husband dropped me off.
[Beau] The fat man at the gas
station. Does he have a car?
- He lives here.
- He lives here?
He runs the motel next door
and he stays in
one of the rooms.
[Beau] Huh. And no cook?
Not today.
[Beau] Shit.
I guess we're stuck
here 'til that truck arrives.
Which means you two better pay
close attention to what
I'm about to tell you.
If you try anything stupid,
I'll shoot you in the face.
[ominous cello note]
So here's what we're gonna do.
You're gonna go about your
day just like any other day.
You're gonna keep
our coffee mugs full
and when we're ready to eat,
you're gonna take our order
with a big, fat, fucking
smile on your face.
If anybody comes in here,
find out if they got gas.
Got it?
Got it?
[ominous cello note]
And you're just gonna sit here
in silence and play
with that little puzzle.
- As soon as that truck gets...
- [Travis] We got company.
As soon as that truck gets
here, we'll be on our way.
Now I suggest you
pull yourself together
and get back
behind that counter.
Not a fucking word.
Good boy.
[tense atmospheric
music playing]
[tense music continues]
- [Charlotte] Hi there.
- Hey, darling.
You folks waiting
on that fuel truck?
Well, take a seat
wherever you like.
Sorry about the heat.
The AC's not working right now.
That's all right. We
can handle the heat.
That's a hell of a grizzly.
Hmm. That's Duke.
My granddad shot him.
He's been here since we opened.
Oh, family establishment?
Yes, sir. My mama
opened the place up in '52.
We're famous for
our rhubarb pie.
- That's a vegetable, ain't it?
- It is.
Hmm. No, thank you.
You all right, honey?
- Damnit, Earline.
- Shh!
[Charlotte] Oh, yeah,
it's just allergies is all.
Can I bring you folks
something to drink?
[Robert] Coffee for me.
[Charlotte] Cream?
[Robert] Gosh, no.
[Earline] Just a glass of water.
[Sheriff] Hey, Gavin.
Yup? Oh.
Hey. Hey, Sheriff. I'm
heading in right now.
Is everything okay? Over.
Yeah, we're outta coffee.
Oh, all right. Well,
um, copy that.
Uh, I can pick some up at
the diner on my way over.
Tell Charlotte she
hung up too soon.
Uh, okay. Uh, so...
Coffee, and tell Charlotte she
hung up too soon. Copy that.
Anything else? Over.
No, that's it.
Okay then. Copy.
I will see you very soon.
With some coffee. Over.
Thanks, Gavin. Over and out.
Man, I thought you were
actually gonna kill that lady.
So... what's the plan now?
We wait for that
truck to get here.
Or if somebody
shows up with gas,
we take their car.
Well, either way, we're
stealing someone's car.
'Cause if that asshole
over there recognized it,
they're sure as shit
gonna recognize it
crossing the border.
Where the hell's
the shitter? Hmm.
Where's the shitter?
Over at the gas station.
You said the old man
doesn't have a car, right?
Find out if she's lying.
And check the motel. See
if anyone's staying there.
If you're lying to me,
next time I won't let go.
I'm not lying to you.
[suspenseful music playing]
[suspenseful music on TV]
Hey, hello again.
Hey. Hey, how old's that thing?
I really don't know.
- Can it walk?
- It can walk. Just can't hear.
[dog drooling]
[claps then laughs]
If you're coming
about the gas truck,
I still don't have any news.
No, I gotta use the shitter.
Oh, yeah. Right through
that door right there.
Hey, um, you ain't got anyone
staying in that motel, do you?
Nope. But for five bucks
you can have a night.
[laughs] No, thanks.
Uh, that waitress tells
me you ain't got no car.
That right?
Why would she tell you that?
Um... just talking's all.
She'd be right.
What do you do when
you need to get around?
With Betty here, I got
just about all I need.
- Through here?
- Through there.
[gunshots on TV]
You ain't very
good with that thing.
- Yeah, I'd like to see you try.
- Hand it over.
- You ever shot a gun before?
- Yeah, sort of.
The hell's that
supposed to mean?
You either have or you haven't.
Well, I'm a crack
shot at Boot Hill.
That's not the same
thing. That ain't even close.
- Goddammit!
- Couldn't be any worse than you.
- You done pissing or what?
- Yeah, I'm done.
You think whoever robbed
that bank this morning
had guns on 'em?
Yeah, probably.
I'll tell you what. We
get to my brother's place?
I'm gonna get you
your own shotgun, babe.
You can't miss with a shotgun.
Just like Bonnie and Clyde.
No, like Kit and Holly.
Who the hell is that?
Badlands, baby.
[twangy country music on radio]
[turns off engine]
[keys clattering]
[door jingle]
- Oh, hey there, Charlotte.
- Hey, Gavin.
[Charlotte] Where's Charlie?
[Gavin] Oh, he's just being a
big old bum down at the office.
Sent me here to
pick up some coffee
and, um, oh, uh, uh...
Why'd you hang up on him?
Oh. Damn fuel truck is late.
All these folks are
stuck here waiting.
Got busy and had to hang up.
Damn. Damn, damn.
Well, uh, excuse me,
ladies and gentlemen,
I just wanna say sorry
about the holdup, but, um,
but we should have it
cleared up pretty soon.
And, in the meantime,
you are in great hands
with our lovely Charlotte here.
Thank you, officer.
You're very welcome, sir.
Just the two coffees.
Oh, better make it three.
So, where are you
two coming from?
Oh, what do you know?
I spent some time
in Texas growing up.
- Where about?
- In, uh, in Waco.
[Earline] Oh, our grandson
just moved to Waco.
Really? Well, it's a...
it's a beautiful little town.
Bunch of damn hippies.
[Gavin laughs]
Yeah, well, uh, what's,
what's he doing out there?
[Earline] Well, he sings and
plays the guitar at a church.
Have you heard of the
Mount Carmel Center?
[Gavin] Yes, I have.
[Earline] Well,
that's where he is.
[Gavin] Your grandson sounds
like a very talented young man.
[Earline] He had
a rough childhood
but I believe he's
on the right path now.
[Gavin] That's good.
[Earline] How bout' you?
How'd you get from
Waco to Arizona?
[Gavin] Oh, well, I've
been all over the place but...
I came out here for the job.
[Robert] You look a little
young to be a police officer.
[Gavin] Well, sir, I can
assure you I've gone through
all the proper
training to be here.
- [Robert] Uh-huh.
- [Earline] Oh, don't mind him.
[Gavin] No, no, it's
all right. I understand.
I know I have a young face.
[Earline] Well,
that's a good thing.
[Gavin] I suppose it
is. Thank you, ma'am.
You two get a chance to
try Charlotte's Rhubarb pie?
[Robert] Officer, do you folks
have an overgrown Rhubarb farm
out here or something?
It makes no damn sense
to me how y'all would put
a vegetable in a pie.
Coffee's ready, Gavin.
- Thanks, Charlotte.
- [phone beeps]
All right, well, it was nice
talking to the both of you.
Take care.
Hey, Charlotte,
can you fill me up?
Charlie gets a special one, huh?
Charlie doesn't like
sugar in his coffee.
Oh, he hates it.
Yeah, Charlie's the
sheriff in this town
and the lucky
son-of-a-bitch who's married
to this pretty lady
right over here.
Is that right?
That's right.
So where are you headed?
[dramatic beat music playing]
[continued suspenseful
music playing]
[blows air]
[Gavin] Well, I'll see
you later, Charlotte.
Nice talking to
you. You drive safe.
[Beau] You too, officer.
[Gavin] Bye-bye.
Shit! Goddammit!
- Oh, goddammit!
- The fuck, man!
- Ah, shit.
- [phone beeps]
Ow. I don't...
I don't know who's
to blame for this mess.
[Travis] It's not me, man!
[Gavin] You, uh,
you just getting here?
[Travis] No, I've
been here all morning.
All right, well, let's, um...
I guess, we should
head on back inside,
see if Charlotte's
got some towels
to clean this mess up.
Come on.
What happened?
Oh, what's it look like? This
guy crashed right into me.
No way, man!
Apologize to the officer.
- I'm sorry.
- Thank you.
And thank you, Charlotte.
Um, you mind
re-making the coffees?
- Yeah, sure.
- Thanks.
So, you two know each other?
He's my little brother.
Huh? Scottish twins.
[intense, suspenseful
music playing]
[Earline and Robert
speak indistinctly]
Hardly noticed you
sitting over there.
- Me?
- Yeah.
- You had a front row seat.
- [ambient sound]
Got anything to say?
Uh, I'm just messing
with you, man.
- [Charlotte] Here you go, Gavin.
- Thanks, Charlotte.
Thank you.
All right, let's try this again.
It was really nice
talking to you, folks.
You take care now.
You wanna get the
door for me? Thanks.
Take care of yourself, now.
- You too.
- Bye-bye, everyone.
[tense music playing]
Goddamn, it's hot in here.
[car engine ignites]
- So?
- "So?" So what?
Anyone staying at the motel?
No. There ain't nobody
at the goddamn...
The fat man, does he have a car?
Goddammit, no. He
doesn't have a car. Okay?
The guys going on about
he's got everything he needs
right here or some shit.
He's not the smartest
tool in the shed.
He ain't the "Sharpest" tool
in the shed. Not "Smartest."
Man. Who gives a fuck?
[doorbell jingles]
Hey, Vernon.
Hey. You know
what's going on, right?
Yes, I know.
Maybe the truck's here now.
[Vernon] Hey, people!
I just got off the phone with
the company and they said
that the truck got off to
a late start this morning,
but should be here shortly.
Um, if they're not
here within an hour...
[Vernon] I'll call 'em again,
tell 'em to send another truck.
- This is ridiculous.
- Take a nap, Robert.
Woah. Ooh!
I see Charlie hasn't
fixed that air conditioner.
No, not yet.
- He ordered the part, though.
- [Vernon sighs]
You want the usual?
Yeah, I gotta get
back to the shop.
- I don't wanna miss this truck.
- You got it.
bongo music playing]
What are you all dressed up for?
Oh, I'm a salesman.
That right?
What do you sell?
Cutlery. Kitchen knives.
Any good?
They're the best.
Well, best of luck
to you, partner.
[continued tense bongos]
[Virginia] Charlie?
Yes, Virginia. You
don't have to yell.
Sorry. What'd you
get for Charlotte?
- For what?
- Your anniversary.
Well, that ain't till next week.
- 17 beautiful years, right?
- Yep.
The traditional gift for
17 years is furniture.
Oh, damn.
So what'd you have in mind?
Well, is, uh, is a coffin
considered furniture?
For my mother-in-law, of course.
[Virginia laughs]
You're grim, Charlie.
No, I'm practical, Virginia.
How about an armoire?
[Charlie] Uh, I don't
think she'd fit one of those.
- [Gavin] Morning.
- Oh, hey.
[Gavin] Howdy.
- Thank you.
- There you go.
What you got on
your shirt there?
Well, so I was at the
diner and this big dumbass
wasn't looking
where he was going.
Crashed right into me.
- [Charlie laughs]
- [Gavin] Oh, geez.
Sure, it wasn't you that
was the big dumbass
who wasn't watching
where he was going?
[Virginia laughs]
Well, you know, the other
guy would probably say so,
but he'd be wrong.
- Yeah, okay.
- Yeah.
What's going on over there?
Oh, um, well, got
it right here for you.
So there, uh, right,
so the station ran outta
gas and the fuel truck's late
and the diner's pretty busy.
So I think that that's probably
why she, uh, she hung up.
Glad you got all
that written down.
- Yes. Good note-takin'.
- Thanks.
Thanks for the coffee.
- Uh, hey, Sheriff.
- Yeah.
Is everything all
right with Charlotte?
I think so. Why?
She just didn't
seem, uh, herself.
Oh, yeah. Well, her
momma's not doing so well.
Oh, damn.
Well, I wish I would've
said something now.
Mm. No. It's best
that you didn't.
All right.
Hey, what's a four-letter word
for "Take the money and run?"
Uh... Shoe.
- There you go.
- Thank you.
Charlotte, what happened
to your phone cord?
It got caught on
something the other day
and damn thing just
snapped right in half.
Well, you know, no
one calls me at the shop,
so you can use mine.
I'll just wait until the fuel
company calls you back, okay?
[Vernon] Just snapped, ha?
[Charlotte] It's old.
[car engine roars]
[phone beeps]
["Every Trick in
the Book" on radio]
What you thinking about?
About how that $200 ain't
gonna last us much longer.
Ever consider getting a job?
Now, hear me out.
Why do you think almost
all bank robbers get caught?
Cause somebody always
sees em' leaving the scene.
What if you never left?
What do you mean?
So imagine an apartment complex
located above a jewelry store.
- That exists, right?
- Sure.
So we don't break
into the jewelry store.
We break into the apartment
right above the jewelry store.
Cut a hole in the
floor. Bam. We're in.
Nobody sees us
go in or come out.
- That's... that's genius, baby.
- I know.
How the hell do you get back up?
- Well, they just used rope.
- Who's "They?"
In the movie, they used a rope
to get back up to the apartment.
[smack on his arm]
You didn't come up with shit.
You're just spouting lines
from some dumb movie.
It's not a dumb movie.
Miles, do you realize the
kinds of tools you would need
to cut a goddamn hole
in an apartment floor?
- It ain't impossible.
- No, you're impossible.
- [Sybil] What are you doing?
- [Miles] We need gas.
[turns off engine]
Honk for service, Miles.
What the hell?
That's a green Pinto
right there, ain't it?
[suspenseful music playing]
[car door slams]
- That's the one.
- Damn.
Where the hell is everybody?
Maybe they're
robbing the diner now.
- Where are you going?
- I got an idea.
Oh, Jesus. What
are you going to do?
Oh, what, you gonna
bust open the trunk?
Yes, Sybil.
Stay here and keep
a lookout, okay?
percussive music playing]
[intensifying music playing]
[trunk creaking]
What the hell is taking so long?
Get down!
What's it look like? It
ain't fucking opening.
Here, give it here. I'll try.
Get outta here! I told
you to stay over there
and keep a lookout.
I can see just fine right here.
[straining metal]
Put some goddamn
muscle into it, Miles. Christ.
- [swallowing]
- [sighs]
I gotta get back.
Thanks for the food, Charlotte.
[Charlotte] You bet.
[Vernon heaves]
Damn. They got
rhubarb pie in there.
Stop it, Miles.
Someone's coming.
[Vernon] Hey.
Folks trying to fill up?
Yeah. Uh...
But there ain't nobody
at the gas station.
Sorry about that.
You should've honked.
We outta gas.
I got a bunch of
people in the diner
waiting for the fuel
truck to show up.
Where's the next gas station?
Well, this is the
last stop in Yu...
- [Charlotte] Enjoy.
- [Sybil] Thanks.
It's those two
assholes back there.
Well, don't turn.
How do you know it's them?
Well, who the hell
else would it be?
I don't know. Could
be that old couple.
It'd be a perfect crime.
No one would ever
expect a sweet old couple
to rob a bank. Or maybe...
Maybe it's that
asshole over there.
He kinda looks like that
crossdresser from Psycho.
Anthony Perkins.
Yeah, he kinda does.
[Robert snoring]
[fan whirring]
[clangy music playing]
[suspenseful music playing]
[eerie suspenseful
music playing]
- [vehicle motor]
- [vehicle turns off engine]
[continuous suspenseful
music playing]
[doorbell jingles]
[Charlotte] Hi there.
Hey, Charlotte.
It's pretty nice seeing
the place so full.
They'd rather be somewhere else.
The fuel truck never
showed up this morning.
These folks are outta gas.
You know, maybe you'll
make some good tips, huh?
Yeah, maybe.
- Glass of water?
- Oh, yes. Lotta ice.
Hey, what do you
think of the pie?
Not great.
Hey, you got any
biscuits back there?
I made 'em fresh yesterday.
All right. Biscuits
and gravy then.
You got it.
You stuck here, too?
No, I own a spread down the way.
I just come here for the eats
and prettiest
waitress in the county.
- Oh, yeah? What's good here?
- Everything.
She didn't try to sell you
a piece of rhubarb pie?
No, she did not.
[low chuckle]
But I'm not a fan of sweets.
Mmm. You can't go wrong
with biscuits and gravy.
Well, all right.
Biscuits and gravy it is.
I hope you got enough
gas to get home.
Yeah. No, I filled up yesterday.
Smart man.
[coin dropping down]
[Roy Orbison, "Cry" playing]
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playing continues]
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playing continues]
[Roy Orbison, "Cry"
playing continues]
[Roy Orbison, "Cry"
playing continues]
[Roy Orbison, "Cry"
playing continues]
[Roy Orbison, "Cry"
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[Roy Orbison, "Cry"
playing continues]
[Roy Orbison, "Cry"
playing continues]
Listen up!
Everyone put their hands
up and do exactly as I say.
I'm gonna need the
keys to that truck of yours.
And just in case you're thinking
of doing something foolish.
We're taking this
little lady with us.
I'll give you my keys.
Just let her go first.
[Beau] I'm calling
the shots here, Chief.
Watch yourself, White Eyes.
Whoa, what the fuck
you doing, old man?
Shoot him, Robert!
[Robert] Hold
your horses, honey.
[Earline] You
shoot him or I will!
Hey! Hey! Hey!
Let her go, or we start
shooting at your friend there.
[Travis] Fuck you, man!
[Beau] Okay, everyone
just calm down.
What are you doing, boy?
Yeah, Miles. What
the hell are you doing?
Jesus Christ! Does
everybody have a fucking gun?
I know about you two.
And I want some of that money,
so I'm gonna help you out, okay?
Sounds like a fair deal to me.
[Travis] Yeah, whatever.
Just shoot that motherfucker!
Listen. There's a way out of
this where no one gets hurt.
Oh, yeah. What's that?
I give you my
keys. You let her go.
Me and this gentleman
here won't shoot.
Ain't that right, partner?
That sounds like
a beautiful plan,
but it... it's very unlikely.
[Miles] Yeah. Sounds wonderful.
Except for the part where I
don't get my fucking money!
I don't know anything about
the money you're talking about.
That's up to those
men back there.
You can walk outta
here with them.
Settle it amongst
yourselves. Out there.
Once Charlotte is free.
My ass. We ain't
giving you shit.
[dramatic music playing]
[Travis] Fine! We'll
give you some money!
Just stop pointing
the fucking gun at me!
I swear to God,
I will shoot you if you
don't give me your word.
You have my word.
Now just put the gun away
or point it back at that asshole
standing next to you.
Okay. I'm gonna take my
keys out and toss 'em to you.
Wait. Give me the keys.
[Miles] No. I get the
keys. I walk outta here first.
You let her go and
we meet outside.
You motherfucker.
Do it already, darling.
[Travis whimpers]
Holy shit.
[Travis laughing nervously]
- You okay, man?
- [phone beeps]
Where's that girl?
Come out with your
hands up, goddammit!
Okay. Okay. I'm over here.
I see you under that
booth you little fucker!
You stay right there.
I'm not moving. I'm not moving.
[Vernon screams]
- [gunshot]
- [gunshot]
Sweet Jesus.
What are you doing?
What are you doing?
Put that knife down. That
money's mine asshole.
That's fine. I don't
want the money.
Oh, it's okay.
Shut the fuck up!
You call this okay?
No, you're right,
you're right. Sorry.
What do I do now?
You, you call the police.
No, you idiot.
Nobody's calling the
goddamn police, okay?
I told you, I'm
taking that money.
Yeah, take the
money. That's fine.
- You're taking the money.
- I just said that.
Are you fucking
stupid or something?
Listen, you don't want
to do this. Trust me.
Yes, I do. I just
need to make sure
you ain't gonna tell
the police about me.
I'm not gonna tell
anyone. I swear.
And I'm just supposed
to believe you?
Jesus. I just
can't take that risk.
Ah, oh!
Shit. Shit.
[AC blowing]
[suspenseful music playing]
[Beau breathing with difficulty]
[breathes heavily]
[Beau breathing with difficulty]
[anguished sigh]
[suspenseful music playing]
[suspenseful music playing]
[door closes]
[keypad beeping]
[suspenseful music playing]
- [door opening]
- [door closing]
[intense music playing]
Oh, shit!
[intense music playing]
Okay, okay, okay.
Okay, okay, okay.
It's busy.
[line disconnects]
- Try calling Vernon.
- All right.
[pushing buttons on phone]
It's ringing.
[phone line ringing]
[phone line ringing]
He ain't picking up.
Let's go, Gavin.
It's still ringing.
Hang up. Call the diner back.
Let me know if
you hear anything.
- All right.
- [line disconnects]
Are you driving or riding?
[suspenseful music playing]
[car door opening]
[David] Wait here.
[doorbell jingles]
[David] What the fuck?
Fucking Jesus. Fuck!
Oh, my God.
David, what's wrong?
What happened?
No, don't. Stay in the
car. Stay in the car.
[David] There's a...
I need to find a phone
and call the police.
No. Hey, hey, hey!
No, I can explain.
I can explain what happened.
You stay back!
No, I had nothing to do
with what happened in there!
What the hell is going on?
There's a goddamn
massacre in that diner.
But I had nothing to
do with it, I promise!
I don't care. I don't care.
You stay right there
until the police get here.
Do you understand?
[David] Just please
stay in the car, all right?
- [Sarah] Okay.
- [David] Okay.
Oh, my God! Oh, my God.
- I'm not the bad guy.
- Okay.
What do you want?
Nobody can know I was here.
Yeah. Okay. Yes.
Yeah. Okay, fine.
- [David] We won't tell anyone.
- [Sarah] No, no.
- [cocks gun]
- Right? We won't tell anyone.
Oh, God. Please.
Jesus Christ. I love you, Sarah.
- [Sarah] I love you.
- What?
Your name is Sarah?
What's, what's your name?
- Shut up.
- I'm sorry.
Okay. Okay.
I'll give you $10,000
if you never mention
me to anybody.
- Are you serious?
- I am.
I'm gonna give you the money.
You drive as far as you can
with whatever gas you got.
You were never here, okay?
- Okay. Okay.
- Fine.
- Okay?
- [David] Yeah, sure.
It's the money from
the bank robbery.
Yeah, but that wasn't me.
Why is it in your car?
I... that's not important.
We can't take this money.
We can't get involved in this.
No, you have to take the money.
That's the only
way I can trust you.
No, you can trust...
You can trust us.
You can. Right, right, honey?
You can... Trust me. Please.
We won't say anything.
- [Sarah] Oh God. Oh God.
- [David] It's okay.
[Sarah hyperventilating]
All right. Shut up!
All right. I did rob that bank.
And I shot everybody
in that diner, okay?
I am an incredibly
dangerous person right now.
I tried to make a deal with you,
and you wouldn't
fucking listen to me!
So now, the
deal's off the table.
I want both of your IDs,
and if I find out even
ten years from now,
you talked to the
fucking cops about me,
I'm gonna hunt you down
and I'm gonna shoot you both
in the fucking mouth!
Got it?
[gun clicks]
Hold on. Stay right there.
- Fucker!
- No! No!
[gun goes off]
- [body hitting ground]
- [David gasps]
[men grunt, punch]
No, no, no!
[gun goes off]
- [head butt]
- [David moans]
- [gun clicks]
- [gun smack on face]
[painful grunt]
- [crowbar hits]
- [David grunts]
[baby crying in car]
[baby continues to cry]
["Midnight Train
to Georgia" playing]
[music continues]
[music continues]
["Midnight Train to
Georgia" on radio]
- [radio] He's leaving...
- Leaving...
[switches off radio]
All right, Sheriff, I gotta
ask you something.
How come you don't ever
say over to me on the radio?
The hell are you talking about?
I'm talking about,
"Hey, Gavin, could you pick
me up some coffees? Over."
Or, "Hey, Gavin, I
just wanted to tell you
that you're doing a
really good job today.
Over and out."
Tell you what.
As Sheriff of this town,
I'm gonna make a new rule
that you don't have to say over
after every goddamn
sentence on the radio.
I'll know when
you're done speaking
and it's my turn to talk.
Well, I'll be honest with you.
I'm not too thrilled
about the new rule.
Well, get used to it.
- Over and out.
- All right.
Oh, Sheriff, what
the hell is that?
[car skids to a stop]
Wait, wait. Hold on a minute.
[phone beeps]
Wake up, baby.
I'm so sorry.
Um, Sheriff?
Was that green
Pinto here earlier?
I don't know. Why?
Was the goddamn car here or not?
I don't know. Maybe.
Why are you asking me?
That's the car from the
bank robbery this morning.
Oh, shit.
Clear the back. Check
if there's any survivors.
Hey, Sheriff, I think
everybody in there is dead.
Find the keys to this Pinto.
Keys to the Pinto.
Okay. All right.
You just stay there, and I'm
gonna find the keys, okay?
[suspenseful music playing]
You're all right.
Hey, sweet baby.
Hey, sweet baby. Come here.
[baby cries]
You're all right. Shh. Shh.
Hey, Sheriff, I got some keys
but I don't know which ones...
Oh, my God.
- Is it all right?
- Give me the keys.
Okay. Okay.
Oh, it's okay. I got you.
What are you
looking for, Sheriff?
- The money, Gavin.
- Ah, shit.
Somebody else was here.
[Gavin] What makes you say that?
The trail of gasoline
right in front of me.
Oh, goddammit. Right.
Yeah, there was this, um...
Oh, it was a crappy yellow
car that was here earlier.
Yeah, I saw it this morning.
When I was
letting Charlotte off.
- Okay. Did you see the driver?
- Yeah, I did.
Stay here with the baby
and I'll call for backup.
Wait, wait, what...
Sheriff, just wait a second!
I gotta go, Gavin!
[cheap car engine]
[engine starts to sputter]
No! No, no, no, no, no, no!
Fuck. Fuck.
[engine sputters to stop]
Fuck! Fuck! Fuck! Fuck!
[banging on trunk]
Okay. Okay.
Hey! Hey!
Hey, buddy! Hey, buddy!
[ominous music playing]
[faint siren in distance]
[siren getting louder]
- [siren winds down]
- [car engine stops]
[suspenseful music playing]
[trunk opening]
[tense music playing]
[tense music playing]
[heavy drumbeat]
Come out from behind
there! Right fucking now!
- Do you hear me?
- Yeah, I can hear you!
I'm just thinking
you're gonna shoot me
before I can explain myself!
So explain!
So, yeah, so those bank
robbers from Buckeye,
they showed up
and they had guns.
And they held everybody hostage!
Everybody had guns! I
had to hide under a booth!
And then I found the money.
I shouldn't have taken it.
- I can see that now.
- [phone beeps]
I should've waited. I
should've called the police.
So you're the only one
that came outta there alive
and you expect me to believe
that you're fucking innocent?
So what about your
knife in that girl's chest?
Or the fucking baby
you left in the car?
What about that?
You fucking killed my wife!
She loved me!
Fuck you!
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