Turbulent (2017) Movie Script

- Mayday, mayday,
mayday, I can't control it!
I'm rolling, I'm rolling!
- Oh, my God!
- Hold on!
- Help, help!
- Well, see if
you can see the tops
of the ridge there or not?
Just let me know if you
see anything down there
that doesn't look right.
- Nah, not seeing anything
else around that area.
- What is it, Mitch?
- Mr. Hawes we,
we lost one.
- Search
and rescue teams
don't know who was onboard
or whether anyone survived.
- It was Darren's plane?
- Yes, sir.
- Was there anyone with him?
- This is such
a tragic situation.
- Yeah, we lost contact
with them 23 minutes ago.
Based on the flight plan,
that's a search area of,
- Yeah, lot's
of remote places.
- 1168 square miles.
- That's
a pretty good area.
Possibly one of the
most remote.
- Yeah, a pilot
and two passengers.
- We know that
there were three occupants
in the plane, two
males and a female.
- Don't tell me you
don't know where they are.
- Sir, I'm just telling
you what they told me.
- At this
point we're hoping
that daylight helps us
and that we can
actually see something,
but we have not found anything
that we can correlate to the
missing persons or the plane.
- We rejoice in our sufferings.
We rejoice in our sufferings.
Knowing that suffering
produces endurance.
Suffering produces endurance.
Oh, no, oh, no, oh, no.
Oh, no, no, no, no.
No, no, no, nobody.
No, no, no, nobody.
Stop bleeding, stop
bleeding, stop.
Oh, God, oh, God.
Where is she?
No, no, no, no, no.
No, no.
Another bad night?
Another bad night.
Murray called.
The partner's in Dubai
accepted that offer.
I've gotta go close the deal.
Rachel, I know this
is difficult for you,
but I've tried everything
I can to try to help you,
and nothing is working.
Maybe you do need to
go talk to somebody.
God knows
you're not talking to me.
We've gotta move on.
Baby, we can't keep
going like this.
I can't keep going like this.
It happened.
There's nothing we
can do about it.
- Just go.
- Rachel, please.
- Just go.
- I'll call you when I land.
What is the point
in staring at it?
This is not unusual Rachel.
You heard what Dr. Norris said.
This happens to a lot of people.
And listening to crap like
what your sister said,
that God needs another angel,
that's just making it worse.
You gotta let it go.
- You said you would call.
- What?
- Last week when
you went to Dubai.
You said you'd call
when you landed,
but you didn't call.
- We got called right into the
meeting as soon as I landed.
I couldn't help that.
Ah, look, okay, we're not
talking about that Rachel.
We're talking about this.
It has been four months.
You have got to start healing.
For us.
For me.
- You promised you'd call.
My baby.
More, more than that,
we rejoice in our
knowing that sufferings
produce endurance,
and endurance
produces character,
and character produces hope.
You need more angels?
I need help.
- Richard.
- Rachel?
- Richard.
- Rachel.
Rachel, keep talking,
where are you?
- Richard.
- Oh, baby.
I, um, I gotta go out.
- Okay.
- Yeah,
the finance team
is coming back from
Mexico City early.
You know, that deal's
been hanging by a thread,
so we've gotta strategize.
- On a Sunday?
- Yes, on a Sunday.
We've gotta get ready.
You know this is a
huge deal Rachel.
- Okay.
Richard, can we just talk?
Can we just talk for a minute?
- Right now?
- Well, yeah, I wanted to
talk about what's been--
- You wanna talk about that now?
- Richard,
I just thought--
- For six months, Rachel,
six months I have been
begging you to talk to me
and you won't open
your mouth at all,
and now I've gotta go prepare
for the biggest deal of the
year and you wanna open up?
No, I'm not gonna talk.
I've gotta make a living.
Besides, you've got
your church people
and your sister to talk to
and that book to talk to.
What do you need me for?
I gotta go.
Oh, baby.
- When I step
it really hurts,
and I can't move my leg.
Okay, okay, um,
you're gonna be okay, baby.
- And my stomach.
Am I bleeding on the inside?
- No, no, it's just a
bruise from the seatbelt.
I'm gonna pick you up,
and keep it comfortable.
Don't, I'll do it, I'll do it.
I'll do it, I'll
do it, I'll do it.
Okay, okay, okay.
Okay, you okay?
- No.
- Don't move your legs,
I'm gonna save you, baby.
Just, just, be still.
It's okay, it's okay.
It's okay, it's okay,
it's okay.
It's okay, it's okay.
Oh, baby.
- Richard?
- It's okay.
We're gonna get out
of here, alright?
- What happened?
What happened?
- I don't know.
The plane, it just,
the plane starting shaking
and then we started
spinning and falling,
and I don't remember
anything after that.
I don't know.
- The pilot, Darren,
what happened?
Is he alright?
Oh, God.
- It's okay, baby, I'm
gonna get you outta here.
- Well, where, where is here?
- One thing at a time.
I've gotta get you back.
- Back where?
- Okay, to the plane.
We'll find shelter there.
I can keep you warm,
and, and if somebody
comes looking for us,
that's gonna be the first place
they're gonna look, alright?
- I can't walk.
- Baby, I know that.
I know you can't walk,
I'm gonna figure this out.
I promise you, I
will figure this out,
but I've gotta go, I'll be back.
I promise, I'll be back.
- No, you're leaving?
Richard, no, no, no.
- Rachel please, it's alright.
- No, please, don't do this.
I'll be back.
- Rich, please don't leave me.
I didn't know where you were.
Oh, God, your arm.
- It's okay.
I'll stop the bleeding later.
It slowed down.
I thought you were dead.
- Uh-huh.
You know what I
was thinking about
before we got here?
- What?
- Our honeymoon.
Do, do you remember?
- Of course I remember.
The cocktails, the beach.
- Mm.
I remember sitting and
watching the sunset.
We talked all night long,
waited for the sun
to come back up.
Do you remember?
- We really did that, didn't we?
- Mm-hmm.
Do you remember what it cost?
- Huh, yes, I
remember what it cost.
I didn't think we'd
have enough money
to pay the rent, but we got by.
I didn't think we'd
have enough money
to pay any of the bills.
- No, do you
remember you saying,
we were afraid we were gonna
not have gas?
- We would not have enough gas
to get home.
I'm glad those
days are behind us.
- Really?
- Absolutely.
- I don't know.
I remember how simple
those times were.
- Simple?
- Yeah.
- That was a struggle.
It wasn't simple.
Everyday was a struggle.
- Look, that's not what I mean.
Simple like we didn't have much
but we didn't need much.
- I remember it more like
we didn't want much
because we didn't
have anyway to get
anything anyway.
- I don't know, there's
something really simple
about that time.
That time in our lives when
we didn't have the
big house or the cars.
The wine cellar.
Just, just us.
It was nice.
- Yeah, just us in a
750 square foot home
with no hot water.
Do you remember that?
- I remember.
You know sometimes I think about
how things would be if I--
- Rachel, stop.
I've gotta take care of you.
I've gotta get you back
to the plane, okay?
Trust me.
Trust me.
I promise.
Rachel, I'm back.
I'm back.
Okay, I've got this
figured out, okay?
You've gotta trust me, alright?
I've got to get you out.
- Richard, this is--
- I've gotta get you
back, just trust me.
- I can't do it,
- I've gotta,
- I can't do it.
- We're gonna,
we're gonna do this.
- No, no, no, no, no.
- You've got to trust me.
Here, c'mon.
- I, no.
- Be careful with your.
- No, no.
- C'mon, oh, it's okay.
- No!
Oh, no.
- It's okay.
It's okay.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry, okay, okay,
okay, sit down, it's okay.
I've gotta get you back.
Lay back, lay down, lay down.
Lay down.
- Okay.
- It's okay.
- Okay.
- Okay.
Lean back this way.
Lean back this way.
Okay, okay.
Here, lean back,
no, no, no, c'mon.
Come this way, that's it.
- Okay.
I can't.
- Okay, alright.
You're gonna be okay.
- Richard.
- We're gonna be okay.
- Listen to me.
Oh, please, no, no, no.
Rachel crying.
- Gotta get you back.
Gotta get you back.
I'm sorry, baby.
- No, stop, please!
- I'm sorry.
- No, please!
Stop, please stop!
- I'm so sorry.
- Please!
- I'm sorry, alright?
I'm sorry I don't find comfort
in the things that you do.
I'm sorry that I don't
find comfort in that.
- Well exactly what do you
find comfort in, Richard?
Or should I say where
do you find comfort?
'Cause you're never home.
- I am working, Rachel.
I'm trying to make a
living for us, okay?
I'm trying to
support your habit.
- I haven't taken
those in months.
I haven't needed them.
- Oh, right, you
haven't needed them
because of your
new little friend.
Let me show you what I think
of your new little friend.
- You know, maybe you
should start reading it
instead of throwing it around.
You know, before
things get worse.
- How are things supposed to get
any worse that this Rachel, huh?
- It's changing
my life, Richard.
- Stop it.
Just stop it.
If that voodoo crap is
working for you, so be it,
but don't try to get
me onboard with it.
- With what?
With maybe the idea that
there's a plan for everything?
- A plan?
- And a reason, yeah.
- A plan, what is
the plan, Rachel?
Was the great plan for
you to have a miscarriage?
For us to lose our baby?
Was part of his magic plan for
you to get hooked on drugs?
To go into a coma
for six months?
Was part of the plan
to ruin our marriage?
- Is that where we are?
- I don't know where
we are anymore, Rachel.
- Well maybe now we need
that more than ever.
- Look at me.
You do whatever you
feel you have to do,
but you leave me out of it.
Just a little bit further.
- No.
- Just a little further.
- Rich, no.
Oh, God, no, Rich, please.
Please, stop,
please, stop, please,
just for a minute, please stop.
- You need some water.
Not exactly what you
had planned, huh?
- What?
- This trip.
Not exactly what
you had in mind.
Hey, hey, hey.
Hey, hey.
Sorry I made you laugh.
- I love it when
you make me laugh.
- You used to
laugh all the time.
- I'm so sorry.
We shouldn't even be out here.
- No, stop.
You have nothing
to apologize for.
I'm the one who should.
- We both have things
we're sorry for.
- We can talk about
all this later.
I've gotta take you a little
deeper into the woods.
- I think we need to
talk about his right now.
- No, we said we'd talk
about it after the trip.
I've gotta get you
deeper into the woods.
Just a little bit further.
You know what?
Here, trust me, okay?
- Okay.
- It's okay.
I gotta get you back.
Okay, okay, okay, be careful.
Be careful.
Be careful with your leg.
- Hang on.
- Alright, okay.
We'll be safer here.
This fire's gonna burn out soon.
I gotta get some more wood.
You keep your eyes
open while I'm gone.
- More than that,
we rejoice in our sufferings
because we know sufferings
produce endurance,
and endurance
produces character,
and character produces hope.
- Hello?
Is anybody here?
We need help.
I got us some more firewood.
It's not much, I'm gonna
have to get more soon,
but, ah, this will last
for a little while.
- I'm so tired.
- I know you are, honey.
Why don't you close your eyes
and rest now that I'm back.
Everything's alright.
We're gonna be okay.
- Are we?
- Yes, somebody had to have
seen the plane go down.
The airport knows
we didn't land.
They've probably already sent
a search party out, okay?
That's why I had to get us
back close to the crash site.
- That's not what I mean.
- Just one thing
at a time, okay?
- And then what?
We just move forward
with the old plan?
Just pretend that
nothing happened?
- We promised we weren't
gonna talk about this
until after we get back.
- After we get back from our
big save our marriage retreat.
Take a look around, Richard.
There's not gonna be some big
private retreat to save us.
There may not be a tomorrow.
- Don't talk like that.
We're not gonna die out
here, not like that.
- We were never guaranteed
growing old and gray together.
- We just gotta get
outta here, okay?
Please, let's just
focus on that.
- We need to talk
about this right now.
- Now?
- This is the perfect time.
if I die out here
tonight like this,
I know where I'm going,
but what scares me is
if you die out here,
I know where you're going.
- The whole Heaven and
Hell thing, Rachel, really?
Just no, stop it.
- We've got to talk
about this Rich.
- I'm gonna go get us
some more firewood.
You can have the
house if you want it.
I don't wanna make a
big deal out of this
with lawyers and everything.
Let's just get this
done and over with.
Great timing again, Rachel.
Some mountain retreat.
Richard, I will sign these
if it's what you want.
I don't want the house
or the cars or any of it.
- All I
ask for is a weekend
for both of us to
think this over,
but not a weekend
at home, Rachel.
- We've been praying
that you and your spouse
will be rejuvenated
and re-energized
during this special retreat.
A beautiful mountain getaway
to rekindle your romance.
This is what you wanted?
This is supposed to
save our marriage?
Is it even worth saving?
What am I doing?
I'm talking to nobody.
- You know I know, right?
- I know.
Oh, yes.
Yes, yes, yes, yes.
Come on.
Come on.
Come on, work for me.
Come on.
Give me something.
- Just give me something to say.
Something I can
do to get through.
God, I don't know what else
I can do at this point.
God, help him say
yes to this trip.
Help me save my
marriage, please, God.
Help me save my marriage.
Are you kidding me?
Baby, I know you're cold.
I found this.
Here, is that better?
- I found it in
your sock drawer.
- Rachel--
- It's, it's alright.
You had already filed.
It was just the next step.
- It's not like that.
Rachel, before we fell asleep,
you said that you--
- I knew.
- I need you to know that, um--
- It's Kristen, right?
- How did you know?
- I don't sleep as
soundly as you think I do.
- Rachel.
- Just, why?
Why would you do it?
We stood in front of
all our family, friends,
we stood in front of
God and, and we promised
to honor each other
in sickness and in health,
in good times and bad.
Do you remember?
- I remember.
- Then why?
- Rachel, I tried to help you.
I did.
And nothing I tried was working.
I got confused, and
I felt like I lost you
the same day we lost Evan.
And when you finally
started getting better,
it had nothing to do with me.
I couldn't even be a part of it
because, because
you had shut me out,
and, ah, it was like all
you had room for was God,
and all that stuff that your
sister was talking about.
- So you were jealous of
my relationship with God?
- No.
I felt like you
had abandoned me.
- I abandoned you?
All those times I was
home hurting and crying,
you were off on business trips.
- I tried.
Rachel, I tried, I did.
I didn't just give up on you.
- So you decided
to hurt me instead?
- Oh, I never meant to hurt you.
I just, I felt numb.
I needed to feel something
more than just pain,
and I needed someone
who could make me feel--
- Do you love her?
- No, I don't.
I don't love her.
- I'm sorry.
- What?
- I'm so
sorry, Richard.
I was hurting so much.
I just shut you out.
I shut everybody out.
By the time I was ready
to open that door again,
you weren't waiting for me.
But do you know who was?
- Don't, don't go there.
- God was.
He was waiting for me like
he's been waiting
for me my whole life.
Rich, when I finally
let him in it was like,
it was like this warm
blanket just covered me,
and I had such a peace
and I want that for you too.
- You're not the one who
should be apologizing.
Rachel, I was confused, I
didn't know what to do, and
I got stupid.
And I got selfish.
My whole life people would
come to me for answers.
Our whole marriage.
You did and you
stopped doing that.
So I just hid from everything.
Rachel, I'm sorry for
the man that I became.
I need you to forgive me.
I know I don't deserve it,
but I need
you to forgive me.
- I forgive you.
I do, I forgive you.
- Oh, baby.
I'm sorry, baby.
- I forgive you for all of it.
There's something I've
gotta have you do first.
I need you to ask
God to forgive you.
- Rachel, don't.
- It took me a long time
to be able to forgive you.
Well, we're running out of time.
I need you to ask
him to forgive you.
- The fire's dying, I
gotta keep you warm.
I'm gonna take care of you.
I'll be back.
Really Rachel?
- We're going to a marriage
camp run by a church.
- And that book is to blame.
- Something like that.
Richard, I'm just
looking for answers.
- Fire and brimstone?
Demons, devils?
What does that have to
do with our marriage?
- I guess we'll find out.
- Can you at least have
got a later flight?
I got you a present.
I figured it might
help past the time
till we get outta here.
Rachel, there's
something I need to say.
I lied.
I was jealous.
I still am.
Help me understand how
I'm supposed to believe
in a God that can let
stuff like this happen
to people like us?
We don't even have
water anymore.
There's fuel leaking
from the plane
into our only water supply.
- I don't have
many answers, Rich.
I only know when I
started surrounding
to the idea that God's,
was in control of everything,
the good and the bad,
I started feeling such a peace.
There's something so
beautiful in that.
- How?
Rachel that makes
no sense to me.
- I just, I kept reading,
and it started to make sense.
How much God loves us.
He really does.
I just had to let go.
- Something made you better,
and even if I
wasn't a part of it,
I'm glad that it worked, baby.
- Rich, I don't know how
much longer I can hold on.
- Rachel, I'm begging you,
stop talking like that.
We're gonna get outta here.
- Richard, you've
got stop running.
I'm getting worse,
but it's okay.
Everything changed
for me two months ago.
I tried to tell you.
I messed it all up.
You got angry and told me to
leave you out of it, and...
What if I die?
Baby if I die out
here, it's okay.
- It's not okay with me.
Rachel, I actually feel like
we, we can make this work.
If you do die out here,
I will never forgive your God.
I need to find us some shelter.
- You need to find
something else.
- Rachel, I've always
believed in what I can see.
Look around us.
All this is just pain.
What's left to believe in?
- Something more.
Something better.
- I can't.
- Can't or won't?
- I have no room.
- I know, it's a
little tight in here.
He said it's only going to
be for a couple of hours.
Don't worry, it's gonna be fun.
- Huh, yeah.
Fun, if you consider
getting beat
over the head by a Bible fun.
- Yeah, it's not
gonna be like that.
- How do you know that Rachel?
How do you know this is not
gonna be some kind of a cult?
- It's not a cult.
- How do you know?
There's gonna be
some old, white guy
with a beard singing Kumbaya
and smoking a peace pipe,
talking about peace and love.
- It's not 1965 Richard.
Give it a chance.
- I'll give it a chance.
- Yeah.
Richard, honestly, it's
gonna be good for us.
It'll give us some time away.
You know, without the
distractions of home, work.
It might really do us some good.
- What his name?
- Hey, Darren, how
much longer before.
- What was that?
- It's just some rough air.
- Darren, hey.
How much longer before we.
- Oh, Richard.
- Hold on!
She asked you to help her.
She called out to you for help,
and you let this happen?
- Oh, God.
I'm so ready for
the pain to be over.
I just wanna go home.
I just wanna go home.
Please help Rich.
Please help Rich.
- Rachel this is not gonna work.
Too many fumes in the plane,
and the storm's gonna be big.
I found a cave earlier.
It's further away,
but we're gonna have
to get you there instead.
- Rich, I can't.
- What can I do?
Can I make you more comfortable?
- Can you hold me?
Just hold me.
Will you read this to me?
Read to me?
Read to me?
- Let not your
heart be troubled.
Believe in God,
believe also in me.
In my father's house
there are many mansions.
If it were not so, I
would have told you.
I go to prepare a place for you.
And if I go and prepare
a place for you,
I will come again and
receive you unto myself.
The way I am ye may be also.
It worked, baby.
Your trip worked.
I know now I cannot
live without you.
I didn't know how to
say goodbye to Evan.
Now how am I gonna
say goodbye to you?
I've loved you since
I was 14 years old.
So many things I'm gonna
miss about you, baby.
The way you smile when you
catch me looking at you.
The way you sing and
dance with the radio.
I'm gonna miss talking about
building a family together.
- I miss Evan.
- I wanted a little boy.
I wanted to coach
him in baseball.
I'm sorry I didn't
talk more about it
after we lost him, baby.
I just, I just didn't
think it would help.
Please, please, don't think I
didn't love him because I did.
I do.
- I love you.
- I love you.
- I see Evan.
- Rachel, no.
Don't you leave me.
Don't you leave me.
Baby, don't.
I don't wanna live without you.
Baby, please.
I'm gonna make you comfortable.
No, baby.
I'm sorry.
What kind of a God are you?
I hate you!
I hate you!
You hear me?
She said she loved you,
and this is what you do?
And this is how you treat her?
Damn you!
I'll come back for you.
I promise.
Say what you want
Say it at will
God only knows
The pain you feel
Nobody lives
In the shoes that you wear
Until they've walked a mile
How could they care
Oh, why would they care
He'll take you
lost and lonely
He'll move the
clouds from the skies
Your skies.
- We can't keep going like this.
I can't keep going like this.
And listening to crap like
what your sister said,
that God needs another angel,
that's just making it worse.
You gotta let it go.
For us.
For me.
You'll come home
Stay for a while
How does it feel
- I'm sorry I don't find comfort
in the things that you do.
I'm sorry that I don't
find comfort in that.
You got your church people
and your sister to talk to
and that book to talk to.
What do you need me for?
Only the stain of
tears reminding you why
The prime of your life
He'll take you lost
- Look at me.
You do whatever you
feel you have to do,
but you leave me out of it.
Let's just get this
done and over with.
He'll save you
from the moment
He'll wipe the
tears from your eyes
Your skies
- Richard, I'm just
looking for answers.
- Fire and brimstone?
Demons, devils?
What does that have to
do with our marriage?
And wipe the tears
from your eyes
- Let me show you what I think
of your new little friend.
For whether we live,
we live unto the Lord,
and whether we die,
we die unto the Lord.
So whether we live,
therefore, or die,
we are the Lord's.
What does that mean?
What does any of this mean?
You took my son.
And now you take my wife.
Are you trying to punish me?
Because I don't believe in you?
That's what this is, isn't it?
You're punishing me
because I don't believe.
Rachel believed you.
Look what it got her.
No, stop.
- You said you could believe
in what you could see Richard.
I'm in your heart.
You're seeing inside your heart.
You're seeing me this way
because in your heart
you know where I am.
- What does that mean?
- It means you believe.
I'm not here in
this cave with you,
but I'm inside your heart,
and you're seeing me the way
that you'd imagine
I am right now.
It means you believe.
- Rachel?
Just a little further.
I'm sorry.
I found this.
I know you're cold.
I got you a present.
I thought it might
help past the time
till we get out of here.
This whole time?
I wanna see you again.
Please, just in my heart.
I don't know how to do this.
I don't know how to do
anything anymore,
but I ask you to forgive me.
I'm sorry.
Dear God, I'm sorry.
I need you to forgive me.
I, I need you in my live.
I wanna see Rachel again.
And I wanna see Evan.
And, and I wanna see you.
- We found the plane.
- God has a
way of waking us up.
Of opening our eyes.
Sometimes he does it subtly,
sometimes it's more dramatic.
What happened out there
changed my life forever.
Rachel dying on impact,
but coming to me when
I needed her the most.
I don't have her anymore,
and I never got to hold my son,
but now thanks to Rachel,
I know I'm gonna see her again.
I know that I'm
finally gonna be able
to hold Evan and
to see his face.
It's not because I was
able to survive the crash
or the storm or my
own anger and hatred,
it's because Jesus saved me,
and he didn't just save
me from the situation,
he saved me from me.
Life can get turbulent,
but you can make it through.
That's what Rachel taught me,
and that's what God gave me,
and I owe them both my life.
Here is a love
Fast as the ocean
Loving kind
It's as the flood
When the prince with
a life of ransom
Shared for us
His precious blood
Here is a love
Will not remember
You can see
To sing his praise
He can make her be forgotten
Throughout Heaven's
eternal days
On the mount of crucifixion
All tendered and
deep and wide
Through the floodgates
of God's mercy
Flowed a vast
and gracious tide
Increasing love
Like mighty rivers
Poured incessant from above
And Heaven's peace
And perfect justice
Kissed her guilty
world in love
Let me hold, find
love accepting
Loving here for all my days
And let me seek
thy kingdom only
And my life be to thy praise
Thou alone shall be my glory
Nothing in the world I see
Though has cleansed
and sanctified me
Thou I serve
Has set me free
In thy truth thou
does direct me
By thy spirit
through thy words
In thy grace by
need is willing
As I trust in thee my lord
Of my fullest
thou are pouring
Vibrant love and care on me
Without measure,
full, and boundless
Drawing out my heart to thee
Who is love will
not remember
Who can seize to
sing his praise
He can never be forgotten
Through thou
Heaven's eternal days