Jaguar (2021) s01e05 Episode Script

El hospital

[in German] Dr. Heim!
Dr. Heim!
Heim. Hold still.
Come on.
- Come on.
- I can't. I don't have air.
[Heim] I've seen it too many times.
Leave me here.
- I can't breathe.
- I'll get you out of here.
The end is near. Just leave me here.
I'll get you out of here.
Just leave me here.
[Heim] Bachmann.
- [groans]
- Someone help us!
- He can't breathe.
- [gasps]
[Heim speaking German]
[coughing and gasping]
He wants me to tell you
it's a pneumothorax
from a rib fracture
in the middle lobe of the left lung.
He's not ventilating.
We'll take him to the operating room.
- You can't go with him. You need help too.
- He has to leave the operating room alive.
He's in critical condition.
That's why you're going to save his life.
[telephone ringing]
- Hello?
- [Bachmann] Don't say my name.
[in German] Where are you?
The thing we didn't want to happen
happened. Understood?
Listen. Stay calm
and do what we talked about.
Get the passports
and go to the place I told you.
And then?
Repeat it to me.
I'll get the passports
and meet you where we said.
Go now. I'll be there as soon as I can.
Will I see you again?
Of course.
[in Spanish] It's okay.
I love you very much, and you know it.
And we'll be together very soon.
I promise. Trust me.
Honey, no one's going to beat us.
[both laughing]
[groans softly]
- Isabel.
- Hm?
Are you okay?
What happened?
We had an accident on the boat.
We don't know where he or Heim is.
We're still trying to find out.
Good morning,
I'm looking for some relatives
who may have had a boating accident.
Okay, thank you very much.
Nothing. Bachmann's wife's also gone.
They must have warned her.
Well, it's the only thing
we have to get Heim.
That rat always lands on his feet.
Yes? This morning?
Thank you very much.
I really appreciate it.
Comrades, I called
the two hospitals in Almería.
Hospital del Niño Dios said that
two tourists were admitted there.
One was in critical condition
and taken directly into surgery.
Doesn't mean it's them.
Sailing accident this morning?
There we go.
That's what I said. It's them.
["Vientos del Pueblo"
by Ebri Knight plays]
[murmur of conversation]
He's lost a lot of blood,
and he's very weak.
But if he rests for a few days
and there are no infections,
he'll be discharged in two weeks.
He can't stay here.
We have to leave today.
He's in no condition to go.
I am taking him with me.
Give me antibiotics and morphine.
I can't do that.
Not while he's my responsibility.
He needs more blood. And more rest.
You should at least wait a few hours.
If you move him now you'll be killing him.
Any other wounded patients today?
You're in a hospital. What do you think?
[telephone ringing]
- [man] Yeah?
- [Bachmann] Don't say my name.
The line isn't secure. Grab this morning's
paper, the one Almansa always reads.
Open it to the page of your locker number.
You see the column on the right?
The last word of the headline. Got it?
Got it.
That's gonna be the city.
Next page.
Seventh word of the headline
in the right-hand column.
Seventh word of the lead story.
Now go back to the even-numbered page.
The prayer. There you have it.
I need you to protect someone.
Can I count on you?
Of course, you bastard.
I said no names.
[Lucena] All clear, right?
No hesitations inside.
Now, let's go get Heim
and send that motherfucker
back to France one and for all.
Third floor, room 52.
[elevator bell dings]
We got him.
What the fuck?
[vehicles approaching]
[Castro] Fuck.
It's a trap.
- Let's go.
- [Castro] We gotta move.
Come on.
Make sure every door is guarded.
Isabel, let's go.
[elevator bell dings]
It's clear.
[Lucena] Let's go in there.
I want you to order half your forces
to guard all exterior access points.
Order the other half
- to sweep and secure the second floor.
- Yes, sir.
I want at least five soldiers assigned
to guard Mr. Heim's room at all times.
Choose your best.
We'll make arrangements to get him out.
As you know, this is a special situation.
From now on, you'll inform me
of each patient who's admitted,
and most importantly, tell me if anyone
asks about me or my partner.
- I think they already did, sir.
- Who? When?
- Ten minutes ago. A woman.
- Describe her.
In her thirties, slim, pretty,
brunette, green eyes.
They're inside.
Reinforce the watch on all access points,
but from the outside.
I don't want them leaving here alive.
And get yourself another pistol.
What's wrong with this one, sir?
It's mine now.
[cocks pistol]
[Bachmann on radio] Secure the perimeter,
no one in and out.
[officer] Secure the perimeter,
no one in or out.
Castro is this what you saw?
Yeah, that's it.
In the south wing.
- That's where the soldiers are organizing.
- You sure it's there?
Every single room is guarded.
- How many soldiers?
- A lot. We're surrounded.
There's 20 guards just in this wing.
Bachmann has to be close.
So what options do we have?
[chuckles] Not many.
If that.
[Marsé sighs]
Then what do we do?
- Smoke.
- [laughs]
Bachmann will sacrifice
his own life for him if necessary.
I know how I want to die.
But you need to decide for yourselves.
[distant clang]
I won't drag you down with me.
Just know, I'm getting out of here
with Heim or not at all.
You have a few minutes to think it over.
I'll understand completely
if anyone wants to back out.
This might be the last cigarette we smoke.
Remember when you came looking for me?
I could barely read
the letter my father gave you.
Fuck me.
On the same day I found out
my father had died,
I also find out I have an older brother.
I won't let them kill you.
We're gonna get out of here.
And then we're gonna get drunk.
Do you remember that bar in Paris?
The one where that "Toulouse" lady was?
What was that?
The way shed always say "cigarette"?
"Sigaah." [laughs]
Without the R. [laughs]
We had a great time, didn't we?
[Deaf Man sighs]
[Castro] Mm.
[Deaf Man] He was a good man.
There he is around the same age I am now.
It's weird.
I've almost outlived him.
Where'd you keep this picture?
There's no one left alive.
No one.
Deaf Man, I know.
You told me when you came to my house.
You have tattoos of all of their names.
What I don't get is
why you never showed this to me before.
Because I didn't want to remember it.
- [sighs]
- Why?
I did it.
Did what?
[sobbing] It was my fault.
I was a kapo.
What the hell are you talking about?
Deaf Man?
Deaf Man
[breathing shakily]
Don't fuck with me.
Tell me it's a lie.
Deaf Man
tell me it wasn't some other prisoners
who cut out your tongue?
You left him alone.
Tell me why I shouldn't
kill you right now.
I'll never forgive you.
You decide?
I stand by my comrades.
So do I.
So do I.
Time to atone.
[Lucena] All right. Let's split them up.
We're going to place decoys
all over the hospital.
We need to make them think we're trying to
catch them off guard by diverting them.
[Marsé] It's not gonna work.
Bachmann won't buy it.
[Lucena] No, of course not.
That's what we want, for it not to work.
We're going to need
something really powerful.
[Castro] How powerful?
[Lucena] Something
that makes a lot of noise.
[Castro] They'll think it's Fallas time.
[Lucena] If we want to get out of here
with Heim, we need a car ready.
[Marsé] Perfect.
[Deaf Man] What about us?
[Lucena] We'll set the bonfires
of Saint John's Eve.
[fire alarm ringing]
[fire alarm continues ringing]
- What happened?
- The fire alarm went off in a restroom.
The electricity and water
had been turned off.
We checked the boilers
and the maintenance room.
And there was no one in any of them.
- Am I wrong?
- No, sir.
They want to split us up.
Gather all your troops on this floor.
We're not going to do
what they expect us to do.
- But that's risky, sir.
- That's an order!
General retreat
to the south wing, second floor.
I repeat, general retreat
to the south wing, second floor.
And when they least expect it,
that's when we go in.
They will never see the twist coming.
[elevator bell dings]
[echoing banging at door]
[Bachmann] No, it's a trap!
[electricity crackling]
[metal clattering]
[rubble falling]
Let's go.
[cough echoing]
[Isabel gasps]
It's your friend Vicente. Remember me?
I have nothing to say to you!
Don't be angry, Otto. We just want Heim.
- You don't understand, do you?
- There's nothing to understand!
To you, I'm a Nazi.
A disgusting animal
without principles, right?
- How could I be loyal?
- [Lucena] You know he's dying.
Heim is dying. Are you really
going to sacrifice yourself for him?
[Bachmann] You'd do the same
for your people.
[machine-gun fire continues]
Don't compare us, Otto.
We're not the same.
Otto! You earned a medal
for saving Mussolini,
but you just happened to be first
to show up and take a picture with him.
You love the attention.
But you're just the idiot they
call to clean up other people's messes.
[Isabel grunts]
- Shit.
- Move.
- Why?
- Just get back.
Bachmann, do you know who this is?
Don't you remember me?
A very pretty corpse!
Maybe, but not until
I kill the man who murdered my father.
For 15 years,
I've been waiting for this moment.
And now it's your turn to die!
[Lucena] It's nothing. I'm fine.
[all] Castro! Castro!
[Castro yells]
[gasps] Shit!
- Aaah!
- [Deaf Man] No!
[machine-gun fire continues]
[firing stops]
Lucena! [grunts]
[coughing continues]
I'm going in.
No. Alone.
[Bachmann] It's over.
Put the gun down.
I said put the gun down!
You better hope you can shoot me
before I blow this fucker's head off.
- He won't shoot me.
- You sure?
[breathing heavily]
Get Heim!
[Bachmann and Lucena grunting]
Come on! Let's go!
[groans] Come on! Move!
[both yelling]
[Deaf Man] Which way?
The stairs!
Come on!
- [groans]
- [yells]
[burst of gunfire]
[man] Stop!
Come on, let's go. Move it!
They have Heim.
I want him alive.
[soldier] They have the hostage.
Hold your fire.
Damn it.
Castro, Deaf Mean, stay with Heim.
Isabel, Marsé, cover us. Let's move.
Come on. Let's go.
[soldier] Don't shoot, they have Heim.
[Lucena] Clear.
Move it, move it. Go, go, go.
Get inside.
We're clear.
[Heim groans]
There has to be. There has to be a way.
We could have chosen
another place to hide.
Maybe it's a sign.
Huh. From who?
I wanted to die sitting on the porch
of my grandfather's house in Valencia.
[breathing shakily] As an old man.
[Marsé] What do we do?
The hospital is surrounded.
So what?
We won't get out of here alive.
[groans softly]
What are you doing? Deaf Man!
Put that fucking thing down. Listen to me.
- [thump]
- Sh!
- Watch out.
- [all cocking guns]
[Marsé] Deaf Man!
- Don't move.
- Don't hurt me.
Shut up. Hands up.
Get up!
- There.
- [doctor grunts]
[doctor] Oh, fuck me.
If we can't get out of here alive,
we'll have to leave dead.
They tried to escape in an ambulance, sir.
But they've retreated
and they're back in the hospital.
- Where?
- We don't know yet, sir.
We held our fire to protect your friend.
- [radio crackles]
- [soldier] Captain, do you read me?
They're in the morgue.
[muffled grunting]
[bell dings]
Calm down.
Don't shoot.
I won't do anything.
Deaf Man.
[Castro gasps]
[man] Miss!
Step away from the gurney.
It's okay. It's okay.
I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.
- [groaning]
- [Castro whimpering] No!
Get in the car, Isabel. Let's go.
- [soldier 1] Freeze! Drop the gun!
- [soldier 2] Stop!
- [soldier] Drop the gun!
- Isabel, go! Go!
- Get in the car!
- Please go!
- Isabel, go!
- Get in the car!
- Drive, Isabel! Go! Go now!
- [soldier] Stop right there!
- [soldier 1] Slowly! Freeze!
- [soldier 2] Stop! Stop!
- All right.
- Drop your gun!
- Put the gun down!
- Stop!
- I won't shoot.
- Don't move!
- Putting it down!
- Down!
- Down!
- It's okay, I'll put it down.
All right, all right, all right!
All right!
I am lost ♪
- Don't move!
- Okay.
- In a rainbow ♪
- In a rainbow ♪
Now our rainbow ♪
Is gone ♪
Of you and me ♪
Ever changing ♪
Moving on now ♪
Moving fast ♪
- And this touch ♪
- It's over.
Must be wanting ♪
Must become ♪
Through your ask ♪
But I mean ♪
Dare to tell you ♪
That I love you ♪
- [sighs]
- It never ends ♪
And I bled ♪
Every day now ♪
For a year ♪
For a year ♪
I did send ♪
I can hear you ♪
Call my name ♪
Held the sound ♪
Sh ♪
I am lost ♪
In a rainbow ♪
Now our rainbow ♪
Is gone ♪
I am lost ♪
In a rainbow ♪
Now our rainbow ♪
Is gone ♪
I am lost ♪
I am lost ♪
I am lost ♪
I am lost ♪
I am lost ♪
I am lost ♪
I am lost ♪
I am lost ♪
I am lost ♪
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