The Other Half (2016) Movie Script

You've reached the bell...
You've reached the bellows.
Leave a message.
Hey, um, you weren't there
to meet me at the station,
so I'm, I'm just walking home so
I hope you're not on your way,
'cause I'm nearly there.
Well, I'm looking forward
to seeing you all;
I hope everything's okay.
Alright, um...
Are you coming over?
Wha-what's wrong?
Dude, what's
the matter with you?
The fuck you doing?
You wanna fucking go?
Fucking fuck you up.
Yeah, mum, it's me.
How's my boy?
Yeah, I'm fine, mum,
how are you?
Did you go to mass, son?
Yeah, uh-huh.
Good, good.
Was a beautiful day
here actually.
How was the weather there?
Um, yeah, yeah.
It's a beautiful day, yeah.
Strange, isn't it?
That today should
be so beautiful?
It is.
Yeah, it is.
You have one
minute left on your call.
Mum, maybe I better go.
Yeah, well, this phone
card is running out,
and time seems to be taking
its toll ay-de-ay-de.
It's lovely to hear from you.
I'm really sorry I couldn't
be there today, mum.
Hey, man.
Oh, hello to you, too.
You, you alright, man, you,
you were late again.
Sorry, Sam.
I'm sorry, it's fine,
I don't really care.
I probably care about this
job as much as you do so.
But just, uh, you know,
try to show up on time.
I don't wanna have to fire you.
Ah, can you go clear some tables
or, ah, you know, take
someone's order, anything?
Please, thanks.
Um, don't look over there, but
there's a guy who looks...
Don't look over there!
Don't look over there.
Oh, uh, table 7.
Table 7.
Table 7 perhaps?
You want something?
You don't remember me, do you?
Of course I remember you.
Stare much?
Stare much?
Are you serious?
Whoa, whoa, whoa,
whoa, whoa, whoa.
Whoa guys, settle
down, settle down.
He started it.
Hello, that guy started
it, we saw, we saw it.
Yeah, he totally did.
He totally started it.
- He was being a dick.
- Huge dick.
Enormous, enormous dick.
Huge dick.
He was, get him out of here.
I've already had you once, mate.
- Hey, come on.
- Kick him out.
Get him out.
Kick him out, right outta
here, get him outta here.
- Out.
- Out.
I want him outta here,
we want him outta here.
What's your name?
Her name's sue.
You can't speak for yourself?
No, she can't.
Wow, you're a serious wacko.
Come on, em.
I mean sue.
I'm, I'll be right there.
Ya sure?
I'm watching you, wacko.
So how'd that go for you?
Yeah, it was good, I got fired.
- Great.
- Yeah.
I've got another job so...
Well, hopefully you don't
kill anyone there.
I can't promise.
Where do I know you from?
I saw you at the club
the other night.
That's not it.
This is our favorite restaurant.
You probably just saw
me here before...
No, that's not it either.
Where's your girlfriend?
Your girlfriend, the one
you were dancing with.
Oh, she's not my girlfriend.
- Does she know that?
- Yeah.
What about you,
you got a boyfriend?
I should probably go.
Nice to meet ya.
Give me your hand.
Pretty girls make you wait
though, that's all I'm saying.
Maybe we should call
them or, I don't know.
Give me your phone.
Oh, hi, you alright?
I'm sorry, it's Anna, right?
- Sammy.
- I know.
What happened to your hand?
Nothing of particular import.
You won't tell me?
You're not from around
here, are you?
No, I'm not from around here.
So why'd you come here?
I heard you girls had really
good oral hygiene.
- We do.
- Yeah?
Go on, show me then.
So, is this just what you do?
Go from girl to girl to girl.
No, it's not what I do.
So you wanna come home with me?
Get a fucking room.
Whoa, Nick.
Hey, whoa.
Wrong eyes.
Am I?
Oh, no.
Uh, I really hurt
myself that time.
No, I'm joking.
Good though, right?
It's funny?
What time are you
getting off work?
Soon. Why?
I was coming to rescue you.
Oh, I don't need rescuing.
Guys, this is Nickie.
I don't want this sword,
swap me.
Up against the wall.
Go time!
Oh, I'm saving you.
I've got her, I've got
her, I've got her.
No, no, no, ah, no.
- Sammy.
- How's it going?
- Hi, how are ya?
- Good.
Hey, Nick, where's your friend?
Well, we didn't know you guys
were coming, so she's not here.
Sorry. You're adorable,
you know that?
Yeah, tell that to your friend.
She gave me her number,
and we were texting last night,
and then, I told her
that she dazzled me,
and sent her that,
like, the three stars,
and the, like, the, you know,
the whooshy symbol thing.
She likes you, she likes you,
man, you just need to text her
and tell her that
you think she's great,
and just be really direct.
She doesn't like guys
who are, like, you know,
so just make a decision.
He has to be patient, right?
What, what, wha...
Why are you being weird?
I'm not being weird.
Are you okay?
Yeah, I'm fine.
Hey, Emily!
Just two seconds, two seconds.
- Hey.
- Hi.
- Hey, how are you?
- Good, how are you?
I'm good. Good.
Where have you been?
Here and there, everywhere.
What does that even mean,
here, there, everywhere?
I've just been busy.
- Yeah.
- Yeah, sorry.
So what's been up?
I've been trying to reach
you and stuff like that.
Yeah, I mean, I don't really
have a phone right now,
I'm kind of going on
without a phone...
So I don't really have, I'm
trying this no-phone thing so.
But yeah, but I'll see you...
No, no, no, please just
stop walking around,
and walking everywhere
like that, just...
- I'm not a violent person, I swear.
- Okay.
- No, ah, Emily, I'm not.
- I believe you.
- I know what you must think of me, I know.
- I believe you.
But I'm not, okay, I'm not.
Why did you do that then?
I don't know, I didn't even
think to do it, I just, I just,
it's not something
I even thought about.
It's a bit of a hard
time of year for me.
What does that mean?
Why won't you tell me?
I don't think I can do this.
Is that what you want?
I'm confused, Nick.
I'm just not really
used to this.
I'm not really
good at it, you know?
Em, I had a really nice
time with you today.
I had a really good day.
It was really fun.
I know I shouldn't have...
Em, you didn't do anything.
I got ex...
I got nervous.
Emily, it was my fault.
Are we gonna
continue to see each other?
Can we not see anybody else?
If you were seeing
someone else right now,
I'd throw her into a volcano.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
My dad won't be home until late.
You're beautiful.
You're so, so beautiful.
You're so very beautiful.
Em, em please.
Beautiful man.
Shut up.
You are beautiful.
What is this, Nick?
This right here?
What is it, Nick?
It's a date.
What date?
What date?
Em, my brother disappeared
5 years ago.
My little brother.
On the way to school one day.
And that's the date,
that's the date that
it happened.
You have to meet my dad.
My dad would love you, Nick.
I wanna show you
a painting, Nick.
I have to show you
a painting, Nick.
I have to show you a painting.
Will you marry me?
Sure, I'll marry you.
Okay, what if I'm serious, Nick?
Don't you think we
should wait a little bit?
Nick, why?
Because that's what people do.
What do we care what people do?
- We don't.
- No.
You serious?
No. No.
I know, I'm sorry,
Princess nut bucket, I know.
You can go if you want to.
Why would I want to
go, I don't wanna go.
What's going on?
Just get the jitters
sometimes, that's all.
But they're gone now, it's okay.
Why do you get
the jitters sometimes?
Why do you get
the jitters sometimes?
'Cause I'm
rapid cycling bipolar 1.
I'm rcbp1.
I'm like a poorly
assembled robot.
I think you're wonderful.
And I adore you, em.
Where you
calling me from this time?
I'm actually calling you
from my apartment.
Well, settling down, son?
Sure, mum, whatever you say.
And to what do I owe
the pleasure?
Kinda seeing someone, I suppose.
Is it serious?
Um, ah, yeah, kinda, yeah.
Nice girl, I hope?
Oh, no, she's horrible,
she's a hag,
deals drugs, missing teeth,
no nose, she hasn't got
a nose, mum.
Yes, mum, she's, um,
I think she's lovely.
Well, it's getting late.
Quick chat with your father.
Hey, Nick, you doing alright?
Hey, dad.
Mm-hm. You?
Hey, listen, dad,
I'm really sorry
I didn't make it back this year.
Yeah, that's okay, Nick.
There's no need to come back
all this way just for one day.
Um, it's an early day
for me tomorrow.
It was nice speaking with you.
Very nice speaking with you too.
Ohh, oh, oh.
Yes, yes, yes, yes,
yes, yes, yes.
What are you doing,
what's going on?
Getting it done.
- Sure looks it.
- Yeah.
We're in here.
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
- Hey.
- How are you?
I'm okay, mm-hm,
how are you?
Hey, how are you, sweetie?
You've been painting,
oh, my gosh.
Don't you touch me, what's that?
Oh, you look lovely, but you
have a lot of paint on you.
- I know.
- What happened, what happened?
- I threw up paint.
- Why?
Ah, 'cause I ate too much.
Hi, mm-hm.
- Yeah.
- I'll be right back.
I haven't forgotten, come over.
Of course, come over,
come over now, come over now,
okay bye, bye, bye, buh buh bye.
Em, how ya feeling?
I feel great actually.
Right now, I feel so fine,
I feel actually...
I feel fine.
I feel really good right now.
So I don't wanna do
that right now,
I don't wanna talk about
that right now.
I get that, but you
need to, uh, sit down,
and you need to take your meds.
I don't wanna sit down
right now, dad.
Look at what I'm in the process
of doing, and I have to go.
Em, you can't go out
the way you are.
Why not?
Well, because you have
paint all over your dress,
so why don't we get
yourself cleaned up first.
Ugh, I'm late,
I'm late, I'm late.
Sorry, I don't have time
for this right now.
Where's my purse?
It's okay, just...
We're all cool, hmm, right?
Emily, can we be honest?
I-I would love that.
You are so up right now!
Wake up, wake up, dad!
You're taking these, Emily.
You're taking these, and I'm
giving you this, alright?
Keep it easy for us.
I-I'm making
it easy.
You stay right here.
Get her some water, please.
Good evening.
Can I help you?
We received a call about some
loud music at this address.
Well, you don't hear any
loud music, do you?
No, probably the wrong
house, I would guess.
Thank you.
Is everything okay?
Yeah, everything's fine.
Who's that?
What? Who broke...?
Why did you call the cop?
- We didn't call the cop.
- You did. I can see him.
We did not call the cops.
I see you.
Come on in, yeah!
Come in. No, it's fine,
it's good.
You know why, because my parents are
illicit pharmaceutical pushers.
Would you please...?
You're trying to poison
me, maybe he'll help me.
Is everything okay here?
Can I talk to you in
the kitchen, please?
Can I just talk to you for
a couple minutes in the kitchen?
You know what, you can go,
you can get out of here.
Sir, please step
aside, thank you.
It's alright. Dad.
I'm done with you.
I'm done. Go away.
Emily, if you don't calm down,
I can't help you, sweetheart.
I'm calm look at me,
I'm so calm right now,
I'm not even up there.
I'm like way down here.
You have no idea what I'm capable of!
Do you understand?
- Do not touch me.
- I'll touch you with my goddamn eyeballs.
- Emily.
- You are not real!
I asked you to leave now.
You asked me to come inside.
You're under my bidding because you
know what, I said I talked to god.
- No problem.
- I talk to god.
You worship him.
You do, yeah!
I'm gonna call ambulance, okay.
You don't need to
call an ambulance.
That's it.
I think he should.
I think he should.
Dad, dad, dad!
Do not touch me.
You're exciting her!
Sir! Sir! Sir!
Just chill!
Get your hands off my daughter.
Give me your other hand.
Give me your other hand.
Calm down, calm down.
Calm down, calm down.
- Hey, sweetie.
- Relax.
Stop moving and we're
gonna let you go, okay?
- I'm not moving.
- Can we make that deal?
- Yes, deal.
- Alright. Deal.
Stop moving and
we'll let you go.
I'm moving.
I'm late, you goddamn fucking
dick sucker cunts!
Would you like me to...
I'm fucking late!
You're gonna really
like him, Marie.
- I know.
- I swear to god.
I swear to god, because,
you know what,
the thing is Nickie and I,
me and him are the same ones.
You know?
We just, we just are.
- I know.
- We just are, you know?
And I need him.
Why? Why isn't he here?
Where is he?
I can hear him,
I know he's there.
You're not letting me see him.
I don't wanna stay here.
I wanna see him!
I'm Nickie, and I saw
what happened.
Can I see Emily?
Uh, listen, Nickie,
Emily's resting.
Yes? When do I get
to see Emily?
Emily is resting.
Good night.
Oh, for god...
Just give me one
minute, alright?
Were we supposed
to meet tonight?
My memory isn't
what it could be.
Yeah, we were, yeah.
I thought so, sorry.
Emily, take off your
sunglasses, please.
I just wanna see your face.
I have to go in now.
When am I gonna
hear from you, em?
I'll call you tomorrow.
- Yeah.
- Okay.
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
Hi, you've reached Emily.
Hey, uh, how you doing?
I just wanna know
how you're feeling.
Hi, you've reached Emily.
Hi, uh, look, I really
don't wanna bother you.
No, I'm just...
I just wanna know that you're
doing okay, and...
Yeah, alright.
Well, I'll speak to you
soon hopefully.
Hi, you've reached Emily.
And then, without
even realizing where I was,
suddenly I was driving
by the old house.
So I stopped.
It looks exactly
the same from the outside.
But it isn't
the same now, is it?
Strangers living there now,
some strange boy
or girl sleeps in
your brother's bed now.
It's a strange thing,
isn't it, Nick?
Yeah, it is.
I'm sorry, son.
Mum, you do not have
to apologize to me.
So did you think about
it some more?
I'm not gonna be able
to make it home, mum.
Because you're still
seeing that girl?
I should go, mum.
Fine, but if you don't
take care of yourself
I'll come fetch you.
Mum, you do not have to
worry about me, okay?
- Come in.
- Okay.
Where you been hiding?
Here, just here.
Well, I'm glad you allowed me
into your secret hiding spot.
Nick, you can talk to me, okay?
I mean, what do you want
me to do, should I go?
Nice to see you.
- Hey, John, you alright?
- Yeah.
Hey, man, how's it going?
Good to see ya!
Yeah, three more.
Here we go!
Yo, can we have three
more, come on, man.
You don't have to be a dick.
Might as well have some
fun tonight, yeah?
There we go!
Ya alright?
Have a little bit of fun!?
A little bit.
I get home, he's just peed
on my fresh laundry,
all my fresh laundry.
And I was pissed.
I was really, really mad 'cause
I had just done the laundry.
I don't like doing laundry
particularly, so I-i,
you know, I took him,
and I sat him down
and I, uh, I peed
on him because i...
I tried to teach him a lesson.
I was thinking, okay...
You pissed on your
fucking cat, bro?
You pissed on your cat!
Okay, it was territorial.
- Long live Jack.
- Long live Jack.
Urine-stained cat.
So good to see you!
Yeah, yeah.
It's gonna be good, man.
Who are you texting, man?
Put your phone away.
Oh, I'm seeing that, uh, I'm
seeing that Anna girl, 'member?
That girl Emily's friend.
Yeah, fuck, she's so cool man.
I'm trying to play it
cool and everything,
but I'm terrible at it,
I really like her.
Yeah, she's great!
That's cool, man.
When did you get back?
Couple weeks ago, you?
Oh, you know,
I've just been here.
How have you been?
Yeah, good.
Good. You?
Yeah, good.
When you went away, I found
it really difficult, and, uh,
obviously, it was
harder for you.
I can't go through that again.
You won't, you wouldn't.
Honestly, I'm so
much better now.
I really am.
I have a rule...
Rules that I follow,
and a system, and it's working,
and I've never felt
more, you know, okay.
So, I'm not gonna do
that to you again.
The only rule I broke
so far is coming to see you,
'cause I'm not supposed
to get in touch with you,
but that makes me
not feel good so...
We can't go through that again.
We won't.
Help me.
Help me!
There's a button on...
You're gonna pull my eyes
out of the sockets.
There's a button on the back.
- Please.
- Okay.
Why did you try to pull
it off, it's your top.
I was trying to be cool.
About a month ago
I was gonna call you.
I did, but I hung up.
I got scared.
Of what?
Of doing something
I shouldn't do.
Or of you having a girlfriend
or being angry and not caring.
Or you thinking I was
just some weird girl.
Ah, shite bottles!
Fuck it!
Got the mop.
You need a bucket.
Um, you find the bucket,
I'll find the...
How do mops actually work?
That doesn't do anything.
You're spreading it around.
It was just the anniversary
of your brother, wasn't it?
I mean, I know it was cause
it's a year since we met.
Just want you to know that
I know, that I remembered.
Fucking kiss me!
Oh, fuck off, let's go.
You really don't wanna
wear a suit, eh?
You don't wanna wear a suit?
This is like $100.
I could get that
for like 5 bucks.
No, you couldn't;
This is like really nice.
Anyway, don't worry about
the money, doesn't matter.
Try this one on.
And the pants.
And the cowboy thing.
Hubba hubba, Mr. dreamboat.
Good, you like it?
Do you like it?
It's a bit expensive, isn't it,
for second-hand clothing.
Don't worry about it.
What does that mean?
You're not paying for it.
No, you're right, I'm not.
What does that mean?
Have you got daddy's card,
daddy's girl?
- No.
- No?
If it's too fast,
maybe I should just cancel it?
I'm happy to meet your dad.
It's for him, not for me, it's
for him, not for anybody else.
It's just...
Just what?
See you at 9:00, still?
I'll see you
at 9:00, still.
Hi, dad.
Uh, everything okay?
Yeah, it is, yeah.
Everything's, um,
everything's, yeah.
All is well.
Good, good.
Do you wanna talk to your mum?
No. No, don't fetch
mum, I was just...
I was calling to
speak to you, dad.
I was wondering how you were.
Fine, Nick.
Everything's fine.
Good, I'm glad.
I'm really glad.
Really glad to hear that, dad.
Hey, listen, I'm just
going out to, um,
meet my girlfriend's
parents tonight, and, uh,
just got me thinking
that maybe, um,
you and mum might wanna come
out and visit sometime.
That would be really...
I'm not sure I can get
the time off work now, son.
And money's tight.
Yeah, of course, sure.
I understand completely.
Yeah, yeah.
Well, you know, maybe you can
mull it over or something.
Alright, Nick, will do.
Okay, dad.
Hello again.
Hi, Nickie.
- And Marie.
- Oh, I'm Marie.
It's two in Quebec.
So, Nick whereabouts
are you from?
Uh, dad, it's Nickie, actually.
- Nickie?
- I'm sorry.
What part of the UK
are you from, Nickie?
Um, I'm actually not from
the UK; I was born here,
but I grew up in the UK.
I moved here when I was three.
Oh, you were born here?
- Yeah.
- Is that right?
How long have you two known each other?
I can't remember.
We've known each other
for quite a long time now.
Haven't we?
Yes, please.
Thank you.
Uh, four tasting menus, I think.
No, thank you.
Uh, Emily tells me
that you're an artist?
No, I drive a cab.
Well, uh, she said you were
into arts, so I just assumed.
I studied music for a bit, so...
That's great!
A long time ago now.
What do your parents do?
My dad's a security guard,
my mum, she works at a school.
That's nice.
So, my work is going
really well right now.
- Yeah.
- Mm-hmm.
I just love your ladybugs;
They're beautiful.
I think they're great.
My dad's a comedian.
He hasn't actually
seen any of it.
How is a comedian...
You just haven't
looked at any of it.
Yeah, I have.
No, you have not.
It's okay, it's okay.
I will unveil them
one day to you.
Um, we have a very, um, we
have a request for you, dad.
We have an investment
proposition for you, actually.
Um, because I've been looking
at all these schools in the UK,
and because com...
It's very competitive
right now, as you know,
and-and so if you don't
get into the top school,
you might as well just give up
and start popping out babies.
Did you look at any
schools closer to home, maybe?
Well, the thing is that, um,
even if I had a good scholarship
or whatever, I would...
I would still have to
take out loans,
and then that would
affect both of us,
because we would be raked over
the coals for the next 70 years.
Right, so, um, we just wanted
to know if you wanted
to give us a loan, actually.
Instead of going through
the bank, right, so...
We would pay it back quickly,
because we're both really
good at what we do,
and-and we just kinda wanna
avoid all the interest,
you know, and-and
the bank foreclosures,
or whatever, destiny
foreclosures or whatever.
We would pay it back, of course!
And my-my work is
so strong right now,
and my portfolio is so solid.
I just feel like we just need
a little bit of extra help,
and then we'd be fine.
Anyhow, it'd be great
if you found
a school closer to us, right?
Marie, I love you, I'm talking
to my father right now.
No disrespect, no disrespect.
Well, uh, I think
your portfolio is great, um,
but I don't think
you're quite there yet.
What does "quite there" mean?
You haven't seen any of my work.
You haven't even
looked at it, dad.
That's not what I'm
talking about.
It's prosciutto
wrapped in asparagus
with truffle-infused
balsamic vinegar.
Sorry, we don't really care about
your truffle infusion right now.
Emily, please.
Thank you very much.
I apologize, I apologize.
I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry.
But you were on the other side
of this table, were you not?
With my grandfather?
When you asked him for money
so that you could make
your life happen?
Excuse me.
Jesus Christ.
I didn't know she
was gonna do that.
I don't want anything from you.
I just wanna make
that really clear.
I just thought that...
I know what she's
like, it's okay.
I did, I mean, I wanted
to meet you.
Emily's involved in a process
that requires rest,
quiet, and social simplicity.
So, based on what I can see,
I think it's best
that you and Emily stop seeing
each other for a while.
I don't think it's
your place to say that.
You don't know
the girl in there.
And you don't know me.
You don't know
one thing about me.
So, what are you gonna
do when she's very sick,
and she refuses to take
her medication?
What are you gonna do when
she takes her medication,
and she's still very sick?
I don't know,
but I'll cross
that bridge with her
when she gets there,
if she gets there,
'cause right now, she's doing
really well, isn't she?
I mean, isn't she?
It's very hard to say.
Looks to me like another
fling into health.
It's where a person thinks
they're standing on solid ground
but really, they're on-on...
She needs time, Nickie.
Look, maybe in a little while,
if she can maintain some
sort of equilibrium,
and you both still feel
the same way about each other,
then who knows?
But for now,
it's not a good idea.
I'm gonna go and check on Emily.
I was right where you are.
You know that?
I mean, Emily's mother was doing
about the same just before
she-she took her own life and...
We thought we had
it figured out.
And from what I can see,
you're not capable.
Don't make this
any more difficult
than it already is for her.
Nick, where are you going?
You should've told me that
you were gonna say that.
- I know.
- Well, why didn't you?
Because. Because you wouldn't
have wanted me to,
and-and money means
nothing to him, Nick.
I don't need money.
I don't need your dad's money.
Okay, then we won't...
We won't take it then.
It's not about money, em.
Okay, okay.
I just don't wanna waste
any more time.
I know what I want, and I know
who I want it with.
Is that wrong?
Would you tell me if
I was bad for you?
Would you?
Em, would you know if I was?
What did he say to you?
He's not my doctor.
I have a doctor, and she says
I'm doing really well.
She says when it's adolescent
onset, 'cause I was 15
when it first happened, that it
can be very hard to balance,
but I found a balance, Nick.
My medication doesn't
make me feel like a robot.
It makes me feel
actually pretty good.
It's not always perfect, but...
You believe me, right?
Good, 'cause I'm not a leper.
What if I am?
You're not a leper.
I'm not a leper.
If you need anything,
if you need something,
you need to tell me.
You're not doing this
by yourself, nor am I.
I love you, Nick.
I'm in love with you.
Oh come on, come on!
Come on!
Come on.
You can do it harder
than that, seriously.
- Can you unpack me, please?
- Sure, no problem.
- No, not my...
- Got something here.
Little bit down here.
Uh-huh, what'd you find?
Woah, it's quite squidgy.
I'm not even ticklish
right now, go ahead.
Hey, that's my really delicate
fucking sweaters.
Watch what you're doing!
Watch what you're doing?
You're gonna have to leave
the house sometimes though.
For private stuff.
So you can shit?
Don't say it like that.
I don't do that.
I don't.
Okay. Okay! Yeah,
I'm waiting for the beat.
- What?
- Nothing.
- What?
- Sorry, you looked accusing.
Did I?
You're like...
A-five, six, seven, eight.
I don't wanna sing this.
I don't wanna sing about that.
- - Oh, fucking hell!
Got ya!
I made dinner.
Yeah, I saw.
You're welcome.
What's wrong?
Why does something
have to be wrong?
It doesn't.
It's just because
you seem upset.
Come on.
You're freaking me out.
You wanna know
what I'm thinking.
Yes, I want you to tell
me what you're thinking.
Or whatever you wanna tell me.
Please, Nick.
You're freaking me out.
Fucking please, get off me!
- Em?
- Yeah?
- Em?
- Do you wanna go eat something?
- Em?
- Why don't you go sit down and eat?
I'm trying to apologize.
I know.
What's so funny?
What's so funny?
Your apology is like angrier
than your real voice.
Wanna come for a walk?
No, thank you.
It's a really nice day.
- No, thanks.
- Okay.
We can cancel, you know?
No, no, I don't
want you to cancel.
Don't cancel.
I'm just gonna tell
my mum to get a cab then.
No, hey, you-you go, okay?
I'll be fine once you're back.
I just have the jitters.
You think I'm gonna run
into a bus or something?
- Hey.
- No, course not.
I just, I'm not gonna go.
No, no, go.
I'm communicating
and telling you
that I need some space, okay?
I'm telling you I'm gonna
be okay when you get back.
Well, I'm gonna take
your cell, yeah?
You give me a call if you,
if you need anything.
I can grab whatever you
want on the way back.
- Hiya.
- Hiya.
I can't believe you're
sat next to me.
Stop looking at me, mum.
Oh, you look so well.
Hey, mum, I'm sorry
Emily can't be here,
she's feeling a bit tired,
but she'll be up and about
when we get back, I think.
- That's okay, Nick.
- Alright.
Your father sends his regards.
- Em?
- Hi.
Hi, I'm Katherine,
Nick's mother.
I'm Emily, nice to meet you.
Nice to meet you, sweetheart.
Look at you.
You're so very pretty.
Thank you.
Alright, mum, you're
gonna scare her.
No, it's nice, it's nice.
Do you want, um, do you
want wine or anything?
I'd love some.
What's with all the candles?
Um, I thought it was more
romantic this way.
It's beautiful.
Might be too many.
- No.
- I don't know.
It's very nice, I like it.
Good, good.
What wine...
- did you want wine?
- Sure.
- What do you want?
- Red, please.
- Red?
- Yes.
Perfect, 'cause that's
kind of all we have.
It's beautiful, really great.
- Good.
- Yeah, yeah.
What's the special occasion?
You guys getting married
or having kids?
What about you?
Should we tell them?
I think it's... I think
we should tell 'em.
Do you wanna tell
them, or should I?
Well, I think, um,
we've got some news.
We're getting married, and
it's because she's pregnant.
No, em, I'm not, oh, my god.
Sorry, I gave that away.
It was a bad joke.
He was just joking.
May I make a toast?
Sure, yeah.
Mum, you don't...
Yes, I want to make
a toast, please let me.
I've missed Nickie so much
over the past two years,
and I'm so glad now to have
come and met you all,
because it makes it much easier
to know that he's happy here.
It makes us very, very
happy to know that Nick has...
Has started a new life here.
What, darling?
What is it?
It's just, you know.
He's just my whole
heart, you know?
Come on, let's go to sleep.
Beautiful man, beautiful man.
You beautiful, lovely man.
You beautiful, sweet man.
Look at you, you beautiful man.
Your fingers, your fingers, your
skin, your beautiful skin,
and your fingers,
and your beautiful hair.
Your skin and
your beautiful fingers.
Your beautiful face,
and your beautiful love.
Come back to bed.
Holy fuck, em.
What is it, Nickie?
Go back to bed.
It's okay.
What is it?
Em, em?
Emily, look at me.
I am right here with you.
Yes, I am, I am right
here with you.
I'm not goin' anywhere.
I can't have this, Nickie.
Can't have what?
What can't you have?
- I can't...
- You can't what?
I can't, I can't.
You can't what?
I wanna, I wanna,
I wanna be awake.
I understand, em.
Where were you, Nickie?
What do you mean, where was I?
I didn't see you.
I didn't see you, Nickie.
You didn't see me where, em?
I can't see you, Nickie.
I'm right here.
I wanna be old with
you on this bench.
I wanna be old with you, and we
know that it all worked out.
I wanna be...
Is it gonna work out, Nickie?
Yeah, it is.
How do you know?
I just know, I know
'cause I'm here,
and I'm gonna look
after you, I promise.
- You promise?
- I promise.
- Okay.
- Okay.
Okay, okay.
I just, I need you to do
something for me, okay?
Okay, em, look at me.
I need you...
I need you to start taking
your medication again, okay?
I just need you to do that.
I am taking my medication.
What do you mean?
I'm taking it.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
It's okay.
I'm gonna call us a cab, okay?
I'm gonna call us a cab.
I'm right here.
I'm right here.
We should go now, Nick.
- Huh?
- We need to go.
I called the cab, remember?
- The cab's coming.
- Please, Nick.
- I know.
- Please.
- I know.
- Let's go now, okay?
Okay, well, why don't
we sit down on the bench,
and wait until,
until the cab comes.
- Hey. - Hey, hey, kids?
- I just needed help.
What's going on?
Emily, are you okay?
Okay, Nick.
- Emily!
- Emily!
- Emily!
Oh, thanks, mum.
Thank you, I'll be down now.
Should I come with you, Nick?
You know, Nick?
We're none of us to blame, son.