The Price For Silence (2018) Movie Script

Smoke signals
Tearing through the sky
Wolves howling
Rebels on the rise
Honey, not a word
They can't hold us
Underneath their thumb
Out of the shadows
We circle the fire
We're thirsting for justice
Ain't fooled by the liars
We're gonna start a
riot, oh, oh oh oh oh
No one can keep us
quiet, oh, oh oh oh oh
What is wrong with you?
Damn, you crazy bitch.
Bad dream.
You're fucking psycho, you know that?
KIRA: Does that mean
you don't want to go again?
Jonni, I'm name is Jonni.
Hell no, I don't want
to go again with you.
You're fuckin' crazy.
Suit yourself.
Hey buddy.
DEANA: He's ready for you now, Kira.
- Thanks, Deana.
- Yeah.
How long are you in town for this time?
Oh, it depends.
Hopefully not as long as last time
but you know how it is with family.
But at least I have this place
to come back to and make a few bucks.
How's your little brother doing?
My little brother is six foot-five now
and he's going to
Dartmouth like I did, so.
I remember when your brother
was going into high school.
- He's grown up fast.
- Yeah.
Sometimes they do.
Yeah, I'll go in.
What I said was you were
showing signs of improvement.
After all this time, I should hope so.
DR. SHAW: Because you're
finally sticking to the program.
And I still will,
I promise.
What about Sheila?
She's one of the steps, right?
I don't think I can avoid
her, I have to be there.
I still don't think it's a good idea.
As far as we've come, I'd
hate to see any regression.
No, it's all good doc.
A baby bird's gotta learn to fly sometime.
Don't worry.
We'll always have that weekend in LBI.
Hello mom.
Yeah, I'll be home in a few hours.
I won't be hungry.
You don't even know what my...
- This is a surprise.
- Hi, Mr. Martin.
- Problem with the rent again?
- No.
I have it right here.
Wow, a whole day early.
KIRA: I know, right?
Does this mean there's
a new man on the horizon?
I thought I heard something last night.
You know Herman's the only man for me.
Speaking of which, I'm leaving
town for a little while.
Could you watch him for me?
Of course, of course.
When will you be back?
It shouldn't be more than a few days.
I can't leave Herman for too long.
MR. MARTIN: All right, well
you take care of yourself.
Thanks, you too, and him.
Okay, okay, okay, okay, okay.
- What's up, slut?
- Not much.
What's up with you, fag?
It's not my fault he likes
cock as much as I do.
She's right mom, it's not her fault.
I don't want that kind
of language in this house.
Oh, we'll go out on the porch.
I don't care where you go,
I just don't want you to talk
like that in front of me.
KIRA: Whatever you say.
- You're so skinny, I love it.
- Do you like it?
- Yeah, it suits you.
- Thanks.
- Light packing, no?
- Yeah, you know me.
Less clothes, more fun.
I'm sorry.
I don't know about
you but I am starving.
Dinner should be about ready.
So why don't you two go wash up?
It's good to see you, sis.
You too, Lucas.
SHEILA: Kira, I put fresh
sheets on the bed for you.
I'm being serious.
Oh yum.
Not too much.
- Mac and cheese.
- It's your favorite.
When I was like 12.
Let's see here.
What's with that?
Oh, don't ask.
She hasn't even started to
go through anything yet.
You mean nothing's been touched?
It's like a freakin' museum.
No, no.
Dear Lord, please bless
this food and bring
strength and dignity
and grace to the Flynn
family for this very difficult week, amen.
- Yummy.
- So, how you been Kira?
I feel like we haven't spoken in ages.
That's because we haven't.
Well whose fault is that?
I don't know mom, do you
really wanna talk about it?
I'm glad you're home.
It just doesn't seem the
same here without you.
It's been well over a decade.
You should be used to it by now.
So honey, do you want me to
tell her or do you want to?
- Tell me what?
- It's nothing.
Don't be modest, your brother got his
first showing at a new
art gallery in town.
He's gonna be the first artist showcased.
Your painting, why didn't you tell me?
It's really not a big deal.
A three week gallery
showing is a very big deal.
- Mom.
- What?
Can't I be proud of one of my children.
That's great.
Can I see some of your work?
Sure if you want, later.
If they're anything like your
old cat drawings, I'm
sure they're fabulous.
SHEILA: Okay enough
taking, you need to eat.
- Look at you, you're so skinny.
- I'm on a diet.
Now what kind of diet
would you need to be on?
Better make it last, it's all we got.
I find that hard to believe.
New house rules, doctor's orders.
I forgot the vegetables.
Eat up.
After those vegetables, we're going out.
LUCAS: Whatever you say, sis.
It's like time stood still in here.
Remind you of anyone?
I blew Joe Forte in that corner.
You're not the only one.
GI Joe, you too?
You know what they say,
don't ask, don't tell.
Oh man, that was lame.
Oh, oh, we're gonna need
something much stronger than this.
You got it.
LUCAS: Nothing's changed.
- Yeah, thanks Devon.
- My pleasure.
Thanks, Devon.
Just drink.
To being old.
To being an ass.
Oh man.
I'll take another.
Ah yeah, one more.
Does Davenport still own this place?
Yeah and just about
every other place now too.
God, how can you stay here?
What can I say, I'm a
work in progress.
- Shh, shh.
LUCAS: Oh whoa, slow
down, it's a marathon not...
Don't kid yourself,
it's always a sprint.
DEVON: I got you, doll.
It's Kira.
I've got you, Kira.
It's Kira.
She's cute, come on.
Christ what'd you do?
Look at you, you're a mess.
It's my girlfriend from
work, just one of the nurses.
All right, all right, fine.
I'm proud of you.
All right, that's it.
Mister big time artist,
I want you to paint a picture just for me.
- What? No.
- Yeah.
I want to commission you to
paint a picture just for me.
You can't afford me.
And I don't have any paint.
Whoa, money bags, holy shit.
Consider yourself officially hired.
LUCAS: Well, I mean...
And you can draw
something but make it good.
I want you to dazzle me.
I am broke, so I'll
take your one dollar.
How can you be broke?
You live at home.
Old habits.
Okay, let's do this.
Oh, are you gonna do me?
Do I look good?
- I don't wanna lie.
- I look drunk?
- Wait, wait, should I pose?
- Go on.
- How's that?
- Too much.
- That's weird.
- Get it?
Don't ever do that again.
Let me see it.
What is it?
I call it Artist
and the Slut.
Which one am I, the artist or the slut?
LUCAS: Both, based
on your past history.
I mean in the picture.
I don't think it really matters.
I do.
Look, if that one's me,
I have a much better ass than that.
- That is debatable.
- What is that?
What's coming out of your ass?
I don't wanna tell ya.
- I don't think it's...
- Oh my god, Kira?
- Is that you?
- Hey.
- Hey.
- Rachel.
Wow, it's been forever,
what are you doing here?
You know me, I just
really miss this place.
LUCAS: We've been drinking a lot.
And our fuckin' dad died, so.
I heard, I'm so sorry.
It was bound to happen sooner or later.
- Kira.
- Hey Brianne.
You're still with Darren, shocker.
LUCAS: Hey, what's up?
Yeah and he put a ring on it.
Oh, he put a ring on it, Beyonce.
I'm just kidding, it's very pretty.
- Yeah, well congrats.
- It's pretty.
Thank you.
But you know, you should be pretty
careful with that 'cause you
don't know where it's been.
She's joking.
Let's go.
What I mean is that Darren really
likes to have things shoved up his ass.
- What are you talking about?
- She's joking.
No, no, no, no, or hasn't
he done that with you yet?
No no no, come on, all good relationships
are about give and take, right Darren?
- You bitch.
- Cool down.
- Yeah, cool down Darren.
- Oh shit.
Get the fuck off of me.
Fuck you.
LUCAS: Asshole.
You fuckin' punched me, you pussy.
Real nice, Kira.
Fuck you guys.
Goddammit it.
I told you, she's a fuckin' bitch.
- Jesus.
- Fuckin' mess.
It's all over your shirt.
- Are you okay?
- Yeah.
KIRA: I got it.
LUCAS: I'm hungry.
KIRA: There was
nowhere else open to go.
LUCAS: I can't believe I
got punched 'cause of you.
- I'm sorry.
- I oughta punch you.
KIRA: I didn't mean, (laughs)
you're not gonna punch me.
Yeah I will,
in the boobs.
Can you tuck me in, you
know like you used to?
Tell me a story.
- Come on.
- Why don't you go to bed?
- I'll be right there.
- Yeah, I'm going.
So, how's work?
What work?
The catering company, right?
That was
four jobs and
nine months ago.
It's hard to keep steady
employment when you're a raging alcoholic.
I'm sure it is.
Enough chit-chat, tell me a story.
No, I'm too tired.
Maybe tomorrow.
Yes, snuggle me.
I missed you, sis.
You could've come home sooner, you know.
You were out drinking last night?
We had a few.
SHEILA: You know what
we need to do today.
SHEILA: So you're in no
condition to see anyone.
Exactly what condition
do I need to be in?
Dad's dead.
He didn't care what shape I was in anyway.
Don't you dare disrespect
your father that way.
When do we need to leave, mom?
I'd like to leave by four.
I still need to make a few
last minute arrangements.
LUCAS: I'll make sure we're ready.
Thank you.
I'll finish getting ready.
Do you always have to
wind her up like that?
A girl's gotta have a little fun.
I thought that was
something you were working on.
It's not a switch I can
just turn on and off.
Like you said,
old habits.
Yeah well,
try harder, if not for her then for me,
- I'm so sorry for your loss.
- Thank you.
Thank you for coming,
it means so much to us.
Of course, if there's anything
I can do for you Mrs. Flynn...
It seems like just yesterday that you
and Kira were in high school,
fighting over the boys.
- I have work.
- We've gotta go.
- I'm so sorry for your loss.
- Thank you.
I told you she wouldn't be here,
especially after last night.
Yeah so let's get outta
here before she shows up.
- I'll see you after work.
- Yeah.
- Darren.
- Oh shit.
- Wait up.
- Leave me alone.
Hey, I'm surprised you came.
It wasn't my idea,
Brianne said we should
pay our respects since you
used to be friends and all.
I told her you're fucking nuts.
Ah, don't be mad.
I was only playing, you used
to like it when we played.
Don't touch me.
Come on.
There's gotta be something I can do.
Let me make it up to you.
Come on.
- He loved you.
- You were a great son to him.
Thank you Richard, it's very sweet.
Thank you for coming.
Lucas, you remember Mr.
Davenport and Aiden.
So good to see you Lucas,
I'm so sorry for your loss.
- Thank you.
- Yes, very sorry.
Richard was a very good friend
to your father and to our family.
Richard's offered to cover all
the expenses for the funeral.
- It's the least I can do.
- That's very kind of you.
I've asked Richard to say
a few words on your father's behalf.
I just, I couldn't get through it myself.
Where's Kira?
I'm not really sure,
Lucas, go get her please.
Oh god.
- Jesus.
- Are you done?
I don't know, are we?
DARREN: Your whole
family's fucking nuts.
- Call me.
- Mom wants you inside.
Do I have to?
this should be interesting.
What the fuck is he doing here?
Kira, language.
He's gonna say a few
things about your father.
- Why him?
- Because he's a friend.
You really think that?
Good afternoon.
On behalf of Sheila and Lucas and Kira,
I want to thank all of
you for coming today
to celebrate the life of George Flynn.
Let's start with a moment of silence.
- What happened to your leg?
- Thank you.
Well George, as you know
George was a real family man.
That's a nice dress though.
Interesting choice for your
father's wake but it suits you.
RICHARD: He would do
anything to protect them.
I'll be around if you need anything.
George was a fine man.
A good man.
We knew each other for 25 years.
My dear wife Ava and I
were very, very fond of him
and we shared a lot of wonderful memories.
But I'm sure each and every one of
you has special memories of your own.
SHEILA: Thank you.
- Again, I'm so sorry.
- Thank you.
ATTENDEE: Richard, good seeing you.
Those were such sweet things
you said, thank you so much.
- They came from my heart.
- I know they did.
How's Kira?
She'll be fine, she's just
having a hard time adjusting.
It must be difficult for her,
especially with all the issues that she's
had over the years and
for Lucas too of course.
We'll be all right.
Well I'll be here tomorrow but
call me if you need anything at all.
I will, thank you.
Take me back to the office.
I need to finish my speech.
I couldn't sleep so I
figured what the hell?
I can do my best work when
I'm exhausted or high.
- So which one are you?
- My lips are sealed.
KIRA: These are really good.
It's just shit, it's shit.
Most of them are.
I highly doubt it if you're
getting a gallery showing.
Well mom was making a bigger
deal out of it than it really is.
I just hope I've got a couple of
pieces that people actually like.
I see what you're doing.
Always under-promise and...
- Over-deliver.
- Over-deliver.
Right, that was one of dad's favorites.
never put the car in
cruise control when it's raining
'cause it will hydroplane.
Or always cut the, no, always hit
- the cutoff man.
- Hit the cutoff man.
I don't even know what that means.
- It's a baseball thing.
- Oh, well that would be why.
Hey, I know it's been a
while since you were up.
- Sorry, I didn't mean...
- No.
It's fine, I'm just
tired, had a long night.
Yeah, yeah.
So no story tonight either?
- Rain check.
- Sure, goodnight.
Hey, remember to drink some water.
Shut up.
I'll give you a few moments.
I can't believe he's gone.
He's in a better place.
I'm sorry the kids
didn't get here for mass.
It's never been easy with them.
I'm worried about you, Sheila.
You're very fragile right now
and I know that
well, Kira can be unstable.
- If you need any help...
- We're gonna be fine.
Thank you.
Sorry mom, the car wouldn't start.
That's okay.
- Could you put this?
- Oh, absolutely.
He would've wanted it.
What he would've wanted is a bottle.
We'll now deliver your
loved one to his final resting place.
Deliver him.
That makes him sound like
a pizza or something.
I'll meet you at the restaurant.
We appreciate everything that
you've done for us Richard, really we do.
And if the other situation
becomes a problem, just let me know.
What situation?
What situation is he talking about, mom?
Can we just get through today please?
MANSERVANT: Is everything
okay, Mr. Davenport?
Everything's fine.
Well I kept everything
simple just like the last time.
RICHARD: That's good.
MANSERVANT: Thank you, sir.
It was a beautiful service.
Your father would have appreciated it.
Yeah, everybody knows how
much dad loved a great funeral.
Not that you would know.
How could you miss your
father's burial service?
How could you?
I wouldn't have missed
it if you had woken me up.
Oh my god, you come home at 2:00 in
the morning drunk and you're blaming me.
It all makes sense, you
blame me for everything else.
Gee, I wonder why?
How many people are
we expecting for lunch?
I've got a little bit of
money, it's not much but...
- I have some money.
- No honey, sweetie.
Thank you for offering
but just I told you,
Richard's taking care of everything.
Of course he is.
Gordon came to me one
day in dire circumstances.
It seems that, well the
costs of a real estate
deal he was working had gone
completely out of control.
The account had come
due and as it turns out,
he had leveraged just about all of
his money to build a shelter by the pier.
- What kind of shelter?
- A women's shelter.
SHEILA: Oh, were
you involved with that?
If I had been, we'd
have both been in trouble.
Anyway Gordon went to all
of his friends to try to
get help but not too many people
can cover a loan that size.
So when he came to me, I
had a decision to make.
MAN: Was it a tough decision?
- Oh not really.
- But it was a lot of money.
Yeah but you know,
money isn't everything.
When you come right down to it,
what's most important is
to do the right thing.
It's so true, Richard.
Come on.
Like you'd know anything about that, Dick.
Excuse me, I have a phone call to make.
What is the matter with you?
After everything he has
done for this family.
Don't you think you're laying
it on a little thick, mom?
You can quit the theatrics.
There's nobody in here but us.
Is that what you think,
that I'm faking this?
That I'm enjoying this?
Maybe enjoying it is a little strong.
But you've always relished the attention
and it looks like Richard
is really giving it to you.
I met your father
when I was 15 years old.
Oh god.
I've heard all of these stories before.
He was the only man I've ever loved.
He was the only man I've ever been with.
Do you know what it's like
to really love someone?
depend on someone completely?
Not really.
No, you don't.
But I do.
I lived and I breathed for
your father and now he's gone.
losing him,
losing him feels like
I'm losing everything.
And if my own daughter
thinks that I'm faking it,
then I guess I really have.
I'm sorry.
It's just being home and
everything else.
Let's just,
let's just go home.
- Yeah.
- Let's go home.
I told this guy short
that stock, it's no good.
He talks me out of it,
the next day the thing
goes down eight points.
It was all your fault.
Thank you so much for coming.
Touching story earlier, truly.
Wasn't it our construction company
that ran the costs up on that property?
Mama's famous brownies, brownies
Makin' makin' brownies
Don't you burn 'em
- What are you two up to?
- Hmm?
- Makin' brownies.
Oh my god, not your world famous
double chocolate bonanza brownies.
One and the same.
You haven't made them in years.
We thought it was about time.
All right, you have fun.
I'm gonna head upstairs, I'll be back.
- Everything okay?
- Yeah, why?
Well first you're up before me
and second, you and mom are getting along.
Either one is unbelievable
but combined, it's just mind-blowing.
- Wonders never cease.
- No seriously, what gives?
I don't know, maybe I shouldn't
hold onto things so tight.
Wow, is that something
your shrink told you?
Yeah, I guess it finally sunk in.
Does that mean you're staying?
- Just for a little while.
- Good to have you around.
- Don't be sappy.
- I am sappy.
- What time is it?
- Almost 8:00.
What's the matter?
I gotta bring my car to Moro's.
Ooh, a little fancy for the auto shop.
It's all I have.
I'm gonna get a pair of
flat-footers, you want a pair?
I'm good, do you want me to follow?
I need the workout for my ass.
Could you make sure the
brownies don't burn?
Piece of cake.
And clean up that mess?
- Fine.
- Thank you.
Fine, I get to eat more.
Sadly, he says it's the alternator
and that's gonna be expensive.
Okay, all right.
I'll give you a call
when it's ready, thanks.
Kira Flynn, is that you?
Hi, Mrs. Moro.
Oh my good, get over
here and give me a hug.
How long has it been since
we've seen each other?
- A few years.
- Oh my goodness.
Oh listen, I'm so sorry
to hear about your dad.
- He was a great guy.
- Yeah.
That's what everybody says.
- How's your mom doing?
- She's mom.
Listen, I have something
in the oven so can we...
Not your double
chocolate bonanza brownies.
- Wow, you remember those.
- Are you kidding?
I used to starve myself so that
I could have one, or three.
Well you always hid it really well.
WENDY: Big clothes.
How about I bring some
by when I pick up the car?
Would you?
That would be so kind, thank you.
You're an angel, give me your keys.
And I'll call you when the car's ready.
- Thank you.
- All right.
- Take it easy.
- You too.
What are you doing here?
My dad bought this
place a couple years back.
Good people but they don't know
shit about bookkeeping, so.
Great, another addition
to the Davenport dynasty.
- Just what this town needs.
- Hang on where are you going?
Hang on.
- Easy, I just wanted to talk.
- About what?
I don't know,
the good old days I guess,
when we were friends.
I haven't seen you in years.
Seeing you the other night
brought back some memories.
I know we were kids but it
was still a crazy night.
I think about it sometimes.
I remember it.
You used to follow me
around like a puppy dog.
That was before I knew any better.
Yeah well, we should go for a drink or
whatever while you're here.
I gotta go.
I'll see you around.
I set the timer for the brown...
Don't, I'm okay.
I know but everyone
needs a hug now and then.
Yes we do, don't we?
So you and Kira are getting along.
It's good to have my daughter back again.
Maybe something good will
come out of all this.
I just, I hope it lasts.
I wouldn't worry about that.
You know I couldn't have gotten
through any of this without you.
I know.
I figure this makes us even.
You think so?
Now, do you want a hand with anything?
No, I'm just not ready yet.
You need a lift?
You can't walk all the way home barefoot.
It'd be a shame to ruin
that nice pedicure.
Straight home, I promise.
- Oh, a private stash.
- Always be prepared.
LUCAS: Pretty impressive
for this early in the morning.
Is there a question
hidden behind that judgment?
What happened?
What makes you think something happened?
Well when you left, you
were practically giddy,
for Kira anyway, now not so much.
I shouldn't say that right now.
Blurry is a good thing.
Well I can't let you drink alone.
Besides I've got a
really important meeting
later tonight, this will
help me calm my nerves.
Ooh God, ugh.
Calm nerves.
I know it's a hard time for you but
you might be surprised, I'm
actually a pretty good listener.
I mean I know how difficult
it is to deal with family.
- Come on.
- What?
You're Aiden Davenport,
Prince of the fucking...
Oh yeah.
It's real easy being Richard
Davenport's son, yeah.
You should try it sometime.
Really you're just living in his shadow.
I think I'd rather be my own man.
- Hello?
- Sheila, it's Richard.
Hi Richard.
I'm just checking in
to see how you're doing.
As good as can be expected I guess.
I really appreciate
everything you've done for us.
I know how busy you are.
The Flynns are always a priority for me.
What about Kira?
What about Kira?
RICHARD: It looked like
you two were having a moment
yesterday, I just wanted to
make sure everything was okay.
It's fine, it was
just a misunderstanding.
Kids, no matter how much you do for 'em,
it never seems to be enough.
I'm not sure what you mean.
I just mean that Aiden and I have
had our misunderstandings over the years
and I've always felt
that strict discipline
is the most effective approach.
Well they're not children, Richard.
They need to be responsible
for their own lives.
We just need to support
them as best we can.
Is there anything else that
I can help you with, Richard?
I've really gotta get to some things.
No, as long as you're okay,
what more can I ask for?
Make sure she brings her tonight.
HENCHMAN: Of course.
We're done.
- What are you doing here?
- Moro's numbers are a mess.
I need last year's, I'm
also behind on the quota.
But aren't you always?
- Is that your big speech?
- Yes.
And don't forget, we have
the ribbon cutting at
the pediatric clinic.
- I can't, I have a meeting.
- Cancel it.
This is more than just
a $30 million name tag.
This is important for both of us.
- Oh, I understand.
- The girl will be there.
What time?
Now you be sure to tell the old man
I talked you into that
60,000 mile warranty.
I'll blame it on you, don't
worry about that, thank you.
- Take it easy, Chris.
- Bye bye.
Bye bye.
Well hey Lucas, how are you doing?
Right as rain, and
how are you Mrs. Moro?
You know if I felt any
better, I would be you.
Oh my goodness, are these
what I think they are?
- Yes they are.
- Oh, thank you so much
- and thank Kira for me.
- Of course.
- Is her car ready yet?
- Oh yeah.
Hang on, let me get the keys.
Lucas, let me guess,
cleaning up after Kira again?
What makes you say that?
I ran into her when
she dropped the car off.
Any news?
Yes, yes.
Everyone's very excited.
Listen, I've got a thing
later with my father
but then afterwards, I'm
getting some of the buyers
together and we're gonna
have a little drink.
You, you should definitely come.
I can make that work.
You think Kira might want to join?
See what you can do.
You know I will.
Here you go.
There anything else I can do for ya?
- Oh, salad.
- It's good for you.
Honey, I was hoping that you
could help with something.
Yeah sure, what's up?
Actually I was hoping
you could help me go
through some of the boxes
with your father's things.
I tried the other day, I just,
I just wasn't ready, it was too hard.
Of course.
I mean not everything, just some of it.
I don't even know what half the stuff is.
- When do you wanna do it?
- Soon.
You know?
Are you going out again?
I have to pick some things
up at the store but, no.
I think I'll stay in.
Catch up on some reading.
I'd like that.
Just don't be late for dinner.
Yeah, okay.
Hey sweetheart, good to see you today.
Hello Aiden.
Let's get this started, okay?
I want to thank the
press and I want to thank
all our friends for coming
out here today, Richard?
Thank you, I'd also
like to introduce to you
a young friend of ours who's gonna be one
of the many beneficiaries
of this fine center.
Please say hello to Miss Ellie Foster.
Her name is Emma.
So it's with great pride
and excitement that we now
break ground for Bridgewood Hospital's
newest facility, the
Davenport Children's Center.
Gimme a hand here.
Okay, we got it?
Okay, thank you.
I'll carry you home
Carry you home
I need you to know
That this is not a phase
I need you to know
Lucas, where the fuck have you been?
Get your ass over here, get
over here, get over here.
Sit down, sit down, what
the hell took so long?
- It was my mom.
- Ah, mom.
No Kira, huh?
Yeah, she wasn't up for it.
- Who's Kira?
- She's just a friend.
Look, where's my manners?
This is Lucas
and this is Cindy and?
- I'm Penny.
- Penny.
How could I forget, my lucky Penny?
A pleasure to meet you both.
So are they buyers?
I love this guy.
No, no no, they're not buyers.
I talked to most of the buyers, they left.
Cindy and Penny work for my
father, they're receptionists.
That's right, we're very receptive.
Hey, we were just getting
ready to go back to my place.
The three of us, a little
after party, you care to join?
Actually I've not been feeling
well tonight and I wasn't gonna come.
- So not tonight.
- I'm glad you did then.
Hey ladies, I'll meet you outside.
So, is one of them your girlfriend?
You're cute.
Listen, I have to catch you up though,
I got so much to tell you.
The meetings went well tonight.
We should have dinner tomorrow night.
- Yes?
- Sure.
Talk about the gallery,
I'll get you ready.
The music sucks here tonight.
AIDEN: Victor, you
beautiful son of bitch.
- Still here, yes.
- Of course I am.
It's a busy city and I've
got my busy signals on.
Who do we have here?
This my friend is the
magnificent Lucas Flynn.
Ah, the young man you've
been telling me about.
Pleasure to meet you.
Yes, I'm sure it is.
Victor is one of our
art buyers, he's from LA.
Every once in awhile he comes over
to the East Coast and slums it with us.
Well I'm always looking
for hidden talents
and you have to tell me
all about yourself because
if you're as good as
Aiden claims that you are,
- I must know everything.
- See, I told you.
Well it's all true.
What is?
Everything good that he said is true.
What did I say?
I don't know, I guess I'm
inspired by Dali, Frida.
Child, I'm kidding, he's cute.
- I know, I told you.
- You know,
I'm not feeling that well tonight though.
- So I'm gonna head home.
- Head home?
That's nonsense, I got
a pick me up package.
- Uh-oh.
- That will work for everyone.
- Where are you off to?
- Oh, business calls.
- Come on, don't be scared.
- I'm not scared.
Oh yeah, that's it.
Oh, oh yeah, good boy.
Oh yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes.
- I was so close.
- You are a sick fucker.
So good.
- I hate to ask.
- Oh please.
If you hated to ask, you wouldn't.
Will you please help me pick out
the pieces for the gallery tonight?
Please, I really, really need this.
You know I'm not good at decisions.
If this showing goes well,
I'll finally be able to get out of here.
Thank you.
Come here, come here.
KIRA: You're so weird.
Brutal honesty.
Like I'd do anything less.
This one.
- Really?
- Yeah.
It's beautiful.
It should be your signature piece.
I have another.
- This is amazing.
- Oh no, no, no, no.
LUCAS: Holy shit.
KIRA: Mom went to bed early last night.
I had a little extra energy.
I have to put this in the showing.
- No.
- Yes.
- No.
- Yes.
No no, yours are so much better.
I actually think that you might
be able to make some money off this shit.
But it'll make a great
story if I sell yours.
Hey speaking of stories,
you still owe me one.
My brain is barely functioning.
Not today.
All right, well another time.
I'm proud of you, Lucas.
Thank you.
- Is this everything?
- Not even close.
For someone who wore the same thing
every day, he sure had a lot of stuff.
It's from all those
goddamn softball tournaments.
My god, this closet is never-ending.
Yeah, he was like a full blown hoarder.
You should've had him on one
of those TV shows or something.
What are you gonna do with all this shit?
I'm gonna donate most of it, you know?
Keep one or two things for myself.
So what about like
taxes or insurance,
you know financial stuff, got any ledgers?
SHEILA: He didn't go into those games,
now what I wouldn't give.
- Remember that time in Arizona.
- What? Barely.
I was like 14 or 15 or something.
- You were so beautiful.
- What's that?
The sunsets and the sunrises,
they were so beautiful.
I remember.
Can you put this one over there?
- Yeah.
- Sure.
- Where are you going now?
- I have to work tonight.
Work, is that what you call it?
We can't all be masters
of the universe like you.
You are a Davenport, I wish
you'd start acting like one.
Well that's funny, I thought I was.
Getting our name on another building,
that is the sort of thing
you're interested in, isn't it?
- Is this the gallery?
- What, you forgot?
Not all business happens during the day.
Try to make sure whatever they
write about you this time is positive.
You got it, pop.
Stop it, you're making me nervous.
Oh, you're nervous?
I'm freaking out here.
KIRA: Oh relax, look around.
Everybody thinks your work is amazing.
Says the sister who has way more talent.
Ah, to the brother who's way too humble.
Don't forget to throw a little
humility my way when
you're rich and famous.
Once I'm out of this town, absolutely.
You okay?
Aiden's here.
Well, yeah.
- He sort of owns the gallery.
- What?
I probably should have
told you but you seemed
better lately, I didn't
think it would matter.
What wouldn't matter?
- It's nothing, mom.
- What's wrong, honey?
You know how she gets,
she always needs to be
the center of attention.
It's getting late and I have
a cab waiting out front for me, okay?
So I just want to tell
you how proud I am of you.
Thanks mom, I'll see you in the morning.
- I love you.
- I love you too.
So, what can I get you?
- Whatever.
- One whatever comin' up.
All this time you knew about Aiden?
Yes, I knew, how could I not?
You never said anything.
Neither did you, I figured you would
talk to me when you were
ready and you never did.
- But you still stayed here.
- You think I wanted to?
I had no choice.
You left
and dad got sick.
I tried to leave, believe me.
Hey, what's your name beautiful?
I'm Tyler.
- Better get another.
- Be right back.
Hey, why don't you
let me buy you a drink?
Just leave it, I'm not in the mood.
Have a drink with us,
it's Charlie's birthday.
Come on, he's just turned 21.
Happy birthday, now fuck off.
You know it's bad luck to
turn down a birthday drink.
I said fuck off.
Let's get out of here.
Let's go to Manny's, it's
dollar drafts all night.
No, I politely asked the
lady to have a drink with us.
That's no way to treat the birthday boy.
- You wanna have a drink?
- Yeah.
Let's have a drink.
- who wants to fuck first?
- What?
That's what you wanted, right?
A girl all alone in a bar,
she must be begging for it.
No, that is not what I meant.
Hell yeah it is.
- Dude.
- Go for it, man.
Cut it out, man.
Are we doing this all
together or one at a time?
I'm guessing one at a time.
You're probably afraid of the whole
group thing being too gay, right?
Either way, let's get
it over with, I'm tired.
This ain't right Nick,
let's just get outta here.
Fuck you, I said I'd get you laid
on your birthday, you're fucking doing it.
Leave him alone, this chick's crazy.
Crazy chick's the best type, come on.
I'll go first.
- Alley or car?
- Lady's choice.
Ladies and gentlemen,
can I have your attention
please for just a moment?
Welcome to the debut exhibition
of the fiercely talented Mr. Lucas Flynn.
On behalf of the artist and the gallery,
I'd like to say thank you
for coming this evening.
As you can see, Mr. Flynn's work
is as good if not better than advertised
and you have the
privilege of first choice.
So may I suggest that you
choose quickly but choose wisely
because these pieces will
not be at this price again.
Enjoy your evening.
Congratulations, my boy.
I do honestly believe you
are going to be a big star.
Thanks, Victor.
I have to admit, when I arrived,
I was kind of disappointed
that I extended my stay.
I thought that you might just be one of.
- Aiden's pet projects.
- I don't understand.
Don't get offended, most of
your work is kind of mundane.
It doesn't have the sprinkle
of magic all over it.
this one,
this one is masterful.
hauntingly beautiful.
You see?
I don't know what to say.
Well this says it
all, so much potential.
I mean you keep making things like this
and your star is going to be so bright.
You have to believe me on
that one but to start I think
this will help you celebrate this evening.
You however should be
very glad that your dad
bought you this place and
insisted on this one, bravo.
Your father chose me?
A wise investment, don't you think?
Good work, my friend.
Good work.
You wanna hear a story?
I'll tell you a story.
Once upon a time, there was a girl
and she had a perfect life.
a family,
everything you could ever ask for.
Then one night,
everything changed.
She had a crush on a boy,
so she was very excited.
Especially when they were alone together.
The girl was naive.
A first kiss was all she wanted.
She got a lot more.
Please don't.
She never said a word because
her daddy told her not to.
Good enough story for you?
How could you?
No, there was no happy ending.
But you already knew that.
HENSON: Did he have
a history of drug use?
Lucas, Lucas, no no
no, come back to mommy.
Come back here, no baby,
you can't leave me.
No, no!
Yeah but he...
Was he under medical
treatment or was he recovering?
It's possible that an addict
in recovery can overdose accidentally.
Besides if it were a suicide,
the subject would typically leave a note.
SHEILA: Do something!
No, nothing.
Do something, Kira.
Help my baby.
If you can think of anything,
please give us a call.
Even the smallest detail can help.
Detective Henson.
My brother, he wasn't exactly
what you'd call a happy person.
I know, I met Lucas about six
months ago when I first transferred in.
I think he was just
overwhelmed by everything
and he thought this was his only way out.
What do you mean by everything?
Is there something you know that can help?
I know a lot of things, I
just don't know if I can help.
Well when you do know, give me a call.
KIRA: Mom.
I know you're gonna try to
find some way to blame...
I don't wanna hear your voice anymore.
You're goddamn right I blame you for this.
Your brother was fine,
I was fine, we were fine
for years
and then you come home.
Now I have to bury a son
along with my husband.
- You don't know, do you?
- About what?
What, that you had a horrible life?
That I'm a terrible mother?
Of course I know, I know
every time you look at me.
You don't know that I was raped.
What are you talking about?
When I was 15, by Aiden Davenport
and daddy knew all about it.
You take that back,
your father would never...
My father knew everything and he took
the Davenport's money
to keep his mouth shut.
Why would you say such a thing?
Oh god, how do you think
we could afford this house
and all these things?
Daddy was a fucking alcoholic.
He did the best that he
could, he did the best he could.
Come on.
He couldn't keep a job
for more than six months.
He took the Davenport's money just like
everybody else in this town,
he was bought and paid for.
No, no, no.
- No, no.
- Yes.
And no matter how much I cried
while it happened or after
or how many fucking nightmares
I had, nobody helped me!
Not daddy,
not you
and not Lucas.
Poor, sweet Lucas.
He knew
and he lived a lie too,
just to keep you happy.
That's enough.
A lot of good it did him.
I said that's enough!
I want you
out of this house.
So do I, mom, and as much
I would love to leave...
Now we will get things
done, you will pack your bags
and I don't ever want
to see you again, ever.
Richard was right,
you poison everything you touch.
- Hello?
- Hey Kira,
it's Deana from Dr. Shaw's office.
I was just reading the paper
and I am so sorry to
hear about your brother.
This really isn't a good time.
I know.
Listen if there's
anything you need, even if
it means finding you a new
doctor, I can help with that.
I appreciate that.
I hear bullets flying overhead
I hear everything that
I should have said
I feel the fire 'til it burns cold
I fear I'll die before I get too old
The sun never shines on this place
The sun never shines on this face
I'm losing my mind,
I've run out of time
The sun never shines on this place
AIDEN: I'm so sorry.
Jesus Christ.
Why can't you just leave me alone?
I don't know
what to say, I...
Don't touch me.
He was my friend and...
You can see where I'd find
that difficult to believe.
It's true.
I just, I don't understand why,
why would he...
- We were just beginning, we...
- Just stop talking.
I've got a...
I really am sorry.
It's about time you got home.
We're gonna be late, where have you been?
Lucas' wake.
Was that today?
Yes, it was.
He's dead, do you remember that?
A shame.
Go get dressed, the car's in front.
Yeah, I'm not going.
I'm not really feeling up for it.
Don't be ridiculous, the
whole town will be there.
You know what this means for both of us.
- For you.
- Excuse me?
You said how much it means for us but
what you really mean is
how much it means for you.
- It's the same thing.
- No, it's not.
It doesn't mean that much to me at all.
Mother would have been there today.
Thank you so much, please.
What a delightful crowd, we're
so happy that you came out
tonight as we honor our Man of
the Year, Richard Davenport.
It's a wonderful event and of all
the events I've done, it's
actually the most recent.
I'll work on that joke, Richard.
Seriously I just want to say
that tonight we honor this man.
This town has been a beacon
of hope and prosperity
throughout the years and one
man took it upon his back
to take us through some
very, very tough times
and that is the man that we honor tonight.
Our first ever Man of the Year.
A big hand please for Richard Davenport.
Thank you.
Thank you Mayor Winston and Rob,
don't worry, the check is in the mail.
Seriously I'm very happy and very honored
to be here tonight and
to see all of you here.
I first came to Bridgewood
over 50 years ago
as a young boy and I was
raised here very happily.
I met my beloved wife Ava
here and together we built
a happy life, a life that
we were very proud of
and although Ava is no
longer with me, I plan to
build the rest of my future
right here in our town.
KIRA: Don't you mean your town?
Excuse me?
It's not our town.
It's your town.
You own all the businesses
and most of the people.
Kira Flynn.
Well yes,
yes Kira,
I have to say that
I have made some perspicacious
investments fortunately
and yes, I do have a significant
stake in what happens here.
Nothing happens here
- without your say.
- I think that...
- Get the fuck off me.
- What we have built here...
- Are you fucking kidding me?
- Is something very special.
And I don't think we should let anything
or anyone take it away from us.
I think we should protect our future
and continue to deliver on the
promise of a better tomorrow.
KIRA: Get your fucking hands off me.
I got it!
I'd like you all to forgive Kira here.
As many of you know, the
Flynn family has been
through a very difficult
time and we should all
give them our support
in their hour of need.
- Hey Devon, have you...
- Oh, look who showed up.
Hey Brianne, have you seen...
- Fucking bitch.
- What the hell was that for?
For fucking Darren.
What, you didn't think I'd find out?
- You are a fucking whore.
- Right.
I'm sorry about that, I
didn't mean anything by it.
Yeah yeah, sure I
know, you can't help it.
Your legs just spread open by
themselves, they always have.
Have you seen Aiden?
Why, do you wanna fuck him
too, for old time's sake?
He hasn't been in,
maybe try his apartment.
- Got an address.
- No.
Lucas would've known.
Lucas always wanted to fuck him too.
You better talk to your daughter.
That big fuckin' mouth of hers
is gonna get her in a lot of trouble.
Is it true?
SHEILA: Is it true?
I expected that
question a long time ago.
Then you shouldn't have
any problems answering it.
Look at your life, Sheila.
George didn't give you all of this, I did.
The man couldn't stay sober long enough
to take care of himself,
let alone a family.
Kira was just a girl.
Don't give me your
melodramatic bullshit.
What happened between them
was a misunderstanding.
Is that what you call
it, a misunderstanding?
A lapse in judgment,
Aiden was a kid too.
Mistakes happen.
You've been fairly compensated.
If it wasn't for me you'd have
been on the street years ago.
I'm calling the police.
Don't be ridiculous.
That was,
that was 15 years ago,
no one would believe you.
- You'll lose everything.
- I already have.
I'm not doing this for myself,
I'm doing this for Kira
and Lucas and everyone
else's life you have ruined.
I want people to know who you are.
Don't you do this, Sheila.
- Get out of my house.
- Your house?
- Get out of my house!
- Your house?
It's my house, I paid for it!
It's my fuckin' house!
KIRA: Hey!
He's not gonna hurt us
anymore, you better go, now.
You gotta go.
Please help me, I've been attacked.
Can you please hurry?
It's open.
I didn't expect to see you.
I guess I'm a glutton for punishment.
- You want a drink?
- No.
What do you want?
I want you to punish me.
- You wanna play rough, huh?
Oh yeah.
- Easy.
- That was too hard for you?
Oh fuck.
Hey Kira, what the fuck are you doing?
- Don't move.
- Kira.
Don't move.
AIDEN: What the fuck are you doing?
- I'm ending this.
- Ending what?
What you did to me and Lucas.
I tried to help Lucas, Kira.
- You know what you did.
- Kira,
put the fucking knife down,
Jesus Christ, what's wrong with you?
Are you out of your fucking mind?
- All of a sudden you're crazy.
- Oh, your daddy.
You're out of your
fucking mind, aren't you?
He always cleans up your
messes, Aiden, wasn't that nice?
- please put the knife down.
- Why?
- So you can be in control?
- No.
I don't want anybody to get hurt.
You care about me now?
Like you cared about me in high school?
High school, what the fuck are
you talking about, high school, what?
We were together, it was fun.
You thought that was fun for me?
I never heard any complaints.
HENSON: Mr. Davenport.
It's Detective Henson, is everything okay?
- You called the fuckin' cops?
- Yes.
- You called the fuckin' cops?
- Mr. Davenport.
Mr. Davenport.
Get 'em outta here.
Get the fuckin' cops outta here, no no.
Get the fuck down.
Drop it, get down on the ground.
No no no, no no.
Ah fuck, goddammit.
Deana, do you have an update
on the status of Kira Flynn?
DEANA: No sir.
All right, I'll be in
session for the next hour with
Amanda and I know you'll see
to it that we're not disturbed.
Oh hi.
I'm glad you called.
Tell Dr. Shaw that I'm gonna
come see him very soon.
Oh oh, oh oh oh, oh oh oh, oh oh oh
Oh oh, oh oh oh, oh oh oh, oh oh oh
You think you wanna rock
You think you wanna roll
Twirl with the Devil
At the old crossroads
If you give an inch
Gotta give a little more
Shake a little leg
You won't leave with your soul
Because there ain't no way to waltz
When you dance with the Devil
The killer is here
The Devil has come
He smiles like an angel
But don't be fooled
He might wear a tuxedo
Or a sequin gown
A wolf in sheep's clothing
To pull the wool on down
He won't stop for nothing
Until you're on the ground
Because there ain't no way to waltz
When you dance with the Devil