Bloom (2019) s01e03 Episode Script

Redemption

1 OK, that's enough, I think.
I'll just take that up to there.
Alright.
Let's get you all nice and dry, OK? Relax, Farida.
It's nothing I haven't seen before.
You're definitely not my type.
I've got it.
I've got it.
OK.
Oops-a-daisy.
Ohhh, there we go.
OK.
Some low-hanging fruit there.
Is this all you've got? It's all so sad.
I think we need to work on your fashion a little bit.
Yeah.
So I hear your son's coming to visit.
That's exciting, isn't it? She's dying.
I can feel it.
I can feel it too.
No, no, no, no, no, no, this can't be it, this can't be it.
There needs to be another one.
There needs to be more, you need to find me another one.
Ray, you need to go and find me another one.
You need to find me another one! - Hey, hey! - FIND ME ANOTHER ONE! OK, OK, hey, come here, come here, come here, come here! Just It's OK.
I'll be back.
I'll fix this.
Just don't leave the house.
Don't leave the house.
Shit! Ray.
How can I help you? Ray, whatever's the matter? I'm sorry, Loris.
Where did he die - Brett? After the flood, where was his body found? Was it inside? - That's No, I - Or outside? I'm not going to discuss this with you.
For goodness sake, what have you lost? Ray! This is absurd! What are you looking for? Where was your brother found, Loris? I know how awful this sounds but where was he found? He was trying to save the church but I don't know where he died.
And I don't think you should be asking me these questions.
It's insulting.
I guess I was mistaken.
I'm sorry.
The Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost, amen.
Bless me, Father, for I have sinned.
Yeah, really? And what did you do, old man? I .
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miss him, Father.
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for you alone I miss him.
This acquaintance of yours, mate, um, Sam.
What exactly did you two get up to together, besides stealing cars? We shared a bottle of Scotch.
- Scotch? - Whisky, actually.
Did he ever attempt anything .
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inappropriate with you? He let me drive Uncle Charlie's car.
He let you drive his uncle's car? Mm.
There's no uncle.
Uncle Charlie's a lie.
Look, mate, this is a very unstable person that we're talking about, OK, who is connected to a seriously dangerous criminal.
Connected how? Connected Just connected.
You mean like a thoracopagus? - A A what? - Conjoined twins.
In order for that, they'd need to be the same age Isaac, I'm being serious, mate.
You need to tell me where he is.
Never rat on your mates, specially not to cops.
Did Sam teach you that? That whole thing about you drinking whisky.
That was a joke, right? - Because you never lie.
- No.
- But you do.
- Excuse me? You said she was only going to the shops, but she wasn't.
What? What are you talking about? Hi, Viv.
Huh? No way.
Where are you going? Shame your career sort of fizzled out, eh? I guess people justforgot about you.
Fuck you.
So long, Gwendolyn Reed.
Like they say in Hollywood, growing old's a bitch.
- Wait, Sam, Sam! - Ohhhh! Look what I found in Vivian's room.
Mum's mobile phone bill.
Kid, just leave it alone, already.
Jesus! At 8:36 she got a call from the hospital.
It's 42 kilometres away.
Mate, your mum's dead, alright? - Why would you say that? - Just Listen.
Stay the fuck away.
I'm not who you think I am.
You don't scare me.
Max.
What is this? What are you? I'm me.
I've never felt more me.
Oh, Max.
We loved each other once.
- We can love each other again.
- No, no, no, no, no.
No.
Tell me .
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how is this possible? Here.
Trust me.
Trust me.
It's OK.
Everything's gonna be OK.
You stole from me.
Iborrowed and I will pay you back the$40.
- $65.
- $65.
I promise.
Oh, my God.
Please tell me you are not a junkie.
Hey, I got you this.
The number eight.
Oh.
Infinity.
It means "without limits".
So, your sister Karen.
Where did she die? What? Your sister.
Karen.
Where did she die? What sort of sick question is that? I just want to get to know you better.
Do you ever go visit her? Where she drowned, I mean, specifically, the exact spot? Have you been drinking? Closure.
Right? Closure.
That's what people need.
That's what you need.
And I can help you find closure.
Tina.
The river on the other side of town.
That's what I told everybody but But? You're going to think I'm the biggest loser - for staying with him.
- What? For staying with who? - My husband.
- Your husband? What's your husband got to do with this? Tina.
Tina, where? Where? Where did she die? Gwen? Gwen? Gwen? Max? Max? Max? Gwen? They'll never stay home and they're always alone Even with someone they love Ray.
Max? What are you doing? She's staying here with me.
We're going right now.
Didn't you hear me? She's not herself, you can see that.
- Of course she's herself.
- Ray, please, you have to go.
- We're going now.
- Stop! - You're coming with me.
- No! I can't explain it but you need to go.
- I just need you to - You're coming home.
No, Ray, I'm not.
Please.
Please, you have to go.
- Please.
- I'm coming back.
I'm coming back.
Ray.
Something very strange is going on.
Sarge, Brydon does have a son and his name is Sam.
But he's dead.
So what I'm thinking is that it's not a father/son job, but a grandfather/grandson job.
Dave, now's not a good time.
Senior Constable David Griffiths.
- Er, yeah.
- Detective Han Zhen.
Homicide.
You and I have a lot to talk about.
It's just up here.
Oh, my God.
Are you OK? - We're really close.
- Good.
It's a little abandoned.
I don't come here anymore.
It's where my husband was fucking my sister on the morning of the flood.
Your husband was fucking your sister? Oh, my God! What What are you doing? I'm just I'm looking for proof of your husband and sister's affair, of their filthy, lying, dirty sex, of your whore of a sister.
She wasn't a whore, she was divorced, she couldn't help herself.
All the boys in school This isn't good for you, OK .
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they went to her except for Griffo - This is sick! - I know.
No, you're sick, letting her do that to you.
Look, I know, I know, I know she's dead, but unless you let yourself hate her, then you're gonna die too, OK? Say it with me.
"Fuck Karen.
" Come on, say it with me.
"Fuck Karen.
" No, I can't say it.
- "Fuck Karen.
" - I can't.
Come on, you've got to let it out there.
Come on, you've got to let it out, unleash it, let me hear you, you've got to let it out! - Fuck Karen! - Fuck Karen! - Fuck Karen.
- Fuck Karen! FUCK KAREN! FUCK HER! - That's right.
Fuck Karen.
- Fuck her! FUCK! FUCK KAREN! - Fuck Karen.
- Fuck her.
Fuck Karen! Fuck you, Karen! - Fuck Karen.
- Fuck Karen! Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey.
We should fucking We should burn it down.
I just need you to calm down just a little, OK? - OK.
- Count to ten.
One - Two, three, four - Five - Fuck you, Karen.
- Fuck you, Karen, to the bush.
- Fuck you, Karen, to the bush.
- Fuck you, Karen, to the bush.
Fuck you, Karen! Mammas, don't let your babies You gave me this album for my 18th birthday.
- Do you remember that? - Of course I remember.
That was the first time that we did it.
In the milking shed.
Oh, Gwen, you're gonna ruin me.
- Hey, our song! - What? Your song.
Remember? Where is it? Ohhh! You little beauty! - Wow! - Remember this? Yeah, of course.
You still have it.
Yeah.
My four chords.
Your farewell song.
- Farewell? - Little Wings.
Ah.
I was so proud of you.
The start of you chasing your dreams.
Going off to the big smoke.
The rest of the world.
It was the best and the worst time.
My girl I don't want you to go But I know you'll be back soon It's your time, girl To fly, girl With your little wings And I'll be there waiting for you I thought it was her.
It sounded like her.
It looked like her.
Bugger me.
Do you mind if I? No, go ahead.
No.
So Gwen's young again and she's with Max Mckinnon? And he's young too.
But it didn't work on you? Obviously.
Bugger me.
Whatever she's doing, whoever she's with, it's my fault.
I gave it to her.
She needs this, Viv.
It's brought her back to life again.
Yes, I know it was Brydon's prints that came back but I didn't arrest him.
- The bloke I locked up - Jack Meoff? I know how it sounds, I do, but how else am I meant to explain this? I was the only one here.
You are aware that your CCTV wasn't operational? It hasn't worked since the flood.
This is Mullan, it's not the CIA.
You know what I think, David? I think you've had a really tough year.
Yeah.
Yeah, it's been a nightmare.
My wife lost her sister.
It's been very difficult at home.
Suspension for stealing from a crime scene.
Working under the influence of an illicit substance.
Oh, no, that That didn't happen.
It's in your record.
OK, well, it happened.
See, maybe Brydon offered you a way out, a way out of this town, this job.
It'd be very hard to resist.
Are you saying he tried to pay me off? Ah! Ah-ah-ah! That was so primal.
Thank you, Sam.
Isaac.
Tina.
I promised I'd help him.
Where are you going? I've got to find him.
OK, bye.
MALE VOICE, ON RECORDING: The national anthem of Brazil.
Hey, kid! Oi! Hey, kid! Ohhh, shit! What's wrong? You alright? Thank you so much, ma'am, that's very kind.
- Do you need a lift? - Yeah.
Could you pop the boot? I think I've done me Achilles.
Oh, yeah.
Argh! - I appreciate it.
- OK.
Thank you so much.
Truly.
I really appreciate it.
Hey, hey! Hey! Hey! Just put her over there.
Can you just back her up? I want her right in the corner.
Yep, that's it.
And then No Back and then come to me.
Yes.
Now back.
You've driven a car, haven't you? - Yes.
- OK, now back her up.
- This way? - That way, yes.
And then just all the way back.
I'm just gonna lift you up on three, OK? One, two, three.
OK.
Oh, what have you been eating? You stink, Reggie.
OK, help me out, Reggie, help me out, please.
Feet up, please.
Feet down.
And we're off.
This is real, isn't it? I'm not dead? Max, I saw you.
That morning in your shed.
Do you remember? - With your gun.
- Don't spoil it.
Was it really that bad? I should have never let you go.
I should've followed you.
Stood up to your parents.
Max, promise me.
Promise me that you'll never, ever try it again.
I'll never.
I'll never.
You saved me.
Look at us now.
Maybe this is bloody heaven.
Tonight, the manhunt continues for Tommy Brydon, lead suspect in last week's murder of a Melbourne crime boss.
Brydon, aged 68, first served time for burglary and aggravated assault.
He was last sighted in the western district town of Mullan.
Police are asking anyone You say you spent the night in the office, Dave? That's right.
Because of tension at home? Yes.
What sort of tension, Dave? I told you, mate.
It's personal.
- Was it financial? - No.
- Were you fighting over money? - No! - And then you woke up here.
- Yes, Rhonda woke me up.
I've told you that a million times, mate.
I woke up, the bloke in the cell that I locked up the night before was gone and in his place was a naked derro, OK? That's all I know.
What else do you want me to say? That somehow the kid just turned into the old man? What, that he had a rough night's sleep, that he aged? That he's the same person? Well, Ethical Standards will have to Sorry to interrupt.
We've got an MVA out in the Old Mullan Road.
- Griffo? - Gladly.
- Oh, shit! - I can't open the door! Oh, shit! Kid! KID! ISAAC! Isaac! Hey! Hey! Kid! Oh, shit! Come on! Come on! Oh, shit.
Oh, shit! Come on! Zacky, I've got you.
Isaac.
Isaac.
It's OK.
It's OK.
Hey, Isaac.
Oh, shit.
Isaac.
Isaac! Tommy! Tommy! Shit! Isaac! Mate, can you hear me? You right, mate? Gwen? Gwen! Max? Gwen? Stay in the house.
I'll deal with this.
- Get out of the way.
- She's made her decision, Ray! I don't want to hurt you.
Listen, Max, I don't know where she got them, but when it wears off, she is going to need me.
What? She didn't tell you? It doesn't last.
- That's not right.
- It is.
No, it's not 'cause this was meant for us and the kid we were gonna have.
You didn't know.
Oh, Ray.
Her parents made us get rid of it.
So this is our redemption.
That's what this is, Ray.
Redemption.
Leave us alone, Ray.
Is it true it doesn't last? Gwen? Why didn't you tell me? What's gonna happen? Gwen? It's gonna be fine.
Don't worry about it.
Trust me.
I hope your husband took the hint.
Last thing you want is your past coming round.
Don't talk about Ray like that.
Don't ever talk about Ray again.
You throw like a pussy! - Whoo! - Oh, shit! Yeah! Please don't do that.
I told you to stop! Leave.
Stop.
Leave.
Don't you hear me? Can't you hear my voice? This is my home.
My property.
Those are my things.
Crazy bitch! What did you call me? Whoever taught you to talk to a woman like that? Psycho.
Let's go.