Hidden/Craith (2018) s01e04 Episode Script

Episode 4

I need this job.
I have nowhere else to go.
I've made my mind up.
Go home.
It's broken.
What the fuck do I do? - I didn't back it up.
Don't touch me.
It's a deep cut.
What happened? I wasn't thinking, that's all.
I wasn't thinking, that's all.
- No permanent damage.
But no work for a while.
Get upstairs.
Where the hell have you been? Answer me.
Where were you last night? The police have been here.
They were sniffing around the place.
When? - It doesn't matter when.
They've been here.
What did they want? - - They asked questions.
Questions about that girl.
Do they know? - Of course not.
No thanks to you.
What have you done? It was an accident.
She came out of nowhere.
I didn't know what to do.
Get rid of her.
What did you say? She can't stay here.
What are you doing? She's hurt.
I'm going to take care of her.
What did you do to her? I've told you.
She stepped out in front of me.
She's not staying.
When are you going to stop doing this? Are you listening? She's mine.
She stays.
You're okay.
Rest, take your time.
Don't move.
Stay still.
You're hurt, I'm going to take care of you.
Where am I? You're going to be fine.
What's happening? - Shush.
Everything's alright.
- No.
Listen, you've been in an accident.
Don't move.
I've said I'll look after you.
I promise.
I want to go home.
- No, you should stay.
Please, no.
I want to go home.
Lie down, come on now.
Listen to me.
Don't touch me.
Please, calm down.
Lie down, rest.
I'll take care of you.
I warned you.
Get rid of her.
Shut her mouth.
No, don't.
- I want her out of here by morning.
Understand? You can't keep me in here.
You can't keep me in here.
You can't leave me here.
You can't leave me here.
Let me out.
Let me out.
What's going on in that head of yours? What's wrong with you? Dylan? I can't do this any more.
I told you.
She stepped out in front of me.
I had to help her.
What happened to your hand? Where were you last night? What are we going to do now? You don't care, do you? Sorry.
The police will be back again.
They'll have more questions.
Have you covered your tracks? You don't think of anyone but yourself.
That's your problem.
What about me? What about your daughter upstairs? I can't talk to you when you're like this.
I'm going to bed.
I've had enough.
Go and keep those dogs quiet.
Don't be scared.
Nothing's going to happen to you.
You're safe here.
This is a good place.
I used to hide down here when I was a little boy.
When my mother was angry.
I was safe here.
It was my place.
The house above us.
Well, what's left of it it was my grandparents' place.
They died before I was born.
They were burnt in a fire.
The house burnt down.
This is all that's left of it.
Now you're here.
Why are you doing this to me? I didn't choose you.
You chose me.
No, that's not true.
I'm not going to hurt you.
I'd never do that.
I want to take care of you.
I want to go home.
To my mother.
She'll be worried.
She'll be looking for me.
She won't.
She will.
It won't just be her either.
You need to trust me.
I'm going to take care of you.
I want to go home.
Please, let me go home.
This is your home.
Come back.
Come back.
Are you going to work? I'm not going in today.
I need to sort things out.
Nia, come here.
There's a good girl.
- It's time to wash.
I don't know what you saw last night or what you think you saw.
It's alright.
I'm not angry with you.
That girl.
She was injured.
Your father was trying to help her.
That's all.
She's gone now.
Your father took her home.
Come on.
She knows about last night.
Who? Who do you think? Nia.
Well? Well what? She might not say much, but she isn't blind.
She's clever.
She saw you last night dragging that bitch you've got down to the cellar.
She heard the noise.
What did you tell her? I told her you were helping her.
I said she was injured.
I said you'd take her home.
What the hell else was I supposed to say? That her creep of a father keeps women like dogs? Nia's getting older.
She'll be asking questions.
The older she gets, the harder it will be to lie to her.
I know.
Think about what you're doing then.
Don't say a word.
I just need some help.
Mr Harris.
PC Ryan Davies, PC Mari James.
We spoke to your mother on Wednesday.
We want to ask you a few questions.
Is it convenient, Mr Harris? Yes.
How can I help you? Sit down.
I don't want to hear a word.
Understand? We called by yesterday, Mr Harris.
Mam said something.
Please, take a seat.
How can I help? We have a few questions about the young girl found in the river a few nights ago.
Okay, then.
We're not pointing any fingers.
We're just doing the rounds, going from house to house.
I understand.
Where were you on the night of the 16th? 16th? - Last Monday night.
I was here.
I was here at home.
My mother and daughter were here.
My daughter was ill.
She's still off from school.
I don't go out much.
Were you home all night? I was.
I got back from work at about six.
I went to bed at around ten.
Where do you work, Mr Harris? At the quarry.
- Carn Ddu? Up by the lake? - Yes.
Have you been there long? - A few years now.
Can anyone confirm you were home on the 16th? Other than your mother and daughter.
I don't know.
It was just another day.
Just like every other day.
Did you see or hear anything unusual that night? No.
No, not really.
Nothing much happens here.
Don't sit there.
Come with me.
Stay there until we're finished.
Be quiet.
What car do you have, Mr Harris? Is it the one you were working on when we arrived? The blue van? Yes.
- It's the only one I have.
What's wrong with it? The starter motor.
There's always something.
It's old.
I've been thinking of changing it.
For something newer.
But everything costs so much.
What happened to your hand, Mr Harris? I had an accident at work.
It was yesterday, I had to go to the hospital.
I had stitches.
- No work today? I can't work like this.
If you remember anything, about the 16th, please get in touch.
Thanks for your time, Mr Harris.
Where were you on Wednesday night, Mr Harris? Wednesday night? Two nights ago, between six and ten.
I thought you'd come here about that girl in the river.
Why ask about Wednesday night? - Routine.
That's all.
So, Wednesday night? I was at home.
I came straight home from work.
As I said my daughter, Nia, has been ill.
Why? Did something happen? Someone attacked a young girl on the road outside Nantlle.
Is she alright? - Yes, she is.
I think we're done for now.
Thank you for your time and patience, Mr Harris.
I'm sorry I can't be more helpful.
What the hell was that? Jesus, you can't just ask any question.
There's a process, a procedure.
We stick to the script.
- I know.
There's something strange about him.
- Everyone around here is strange.
I told you to stay there.
What did you do? You wandered around like a naughty mouse.
Go to your room.
You need to listen to your Nain.
Naughty mice get caught in traps.
They've gone.
I know that this is hard for you.
But it will get easier as you get used to things.
I promise.
I saw the scars.
The ones on your arms.
You made them.
I know what it's like to feel like that.
Uncomfortable in your own skin.
I'm nothing like you.
You need to trust me.
Look at where I am.
Look at what you're doing to me.
I've done nothing to you.
You came to me.
You stepped in front of my truck.
I know what you were doing.
You were giving up.
You didn't want the life you had.
I want you to live.
I'm going to look after you.
For me, you are someone.
You're ill.
I saved your life.
I did you a favour.
You need to be nicer to me.
Can I have some water, please? No, where are you going? Come back.
No, let me go.
Let me go.
No, don't.
Let me go.
Calm down before you hurt yourself.
Let me go.
Let me go.
Why are you doing this to me? No.
Please, don't.
Please, don't.
Please let me go.
Let me go.
I'm trying to help you.
Don't you understand that? I just want to go home.
I want to go home.
Is there something you want? Something you need? Something to make this place.
More homely? There's nobody looking for her.
Nobody knows she's gone.
Don't worry.
The police didn't know she was here.
What did they want then? What else have you been doing? Eh? What happened two nights ago? The night the police mentioned.
The night you didn't come home.
- Nothing.
I didn't do anything.
What about your hand? What about your job? I'll find another job.
We need firewood.
And if you're going to be at home all day, do something.
You can clean up after the dogs.
Nia will help you.