Savage Beauty (2022) s02e04 Episode Script

Season 2, Episode 4

[car engine roaring]
[Don] Stop the fucking car!
["Fire Coming" by James George
and Jennifer June plays]
Father forgive me ♪
For I have sinned ♪
I am afraid of how this might end ♪
There's a fire coming ♪
Father I dare not ♪
There's a fire coming ♪
[song ends]
[Grace in English] You'll both receive
the rest of the payment tomorrow.
[in Sotho] Mam' Grace,
can I ask you something?
If Don is the one who killed Ndumiso,
then Zinhle was right.
That means we killed an innocent person.
What did you say?
[in English] She caused irreparable harm
to my family.
[in Sotho] But what you did to her
I don't interfere in your business,
but I'm sorry,
what we did to her was wrong.
[Noni sighs]
I can't believe it.
[in English] Noni, it's all in the past.
[in Sotho] Zinhle should have
let it stay there.
[in English] Come.
I'll drop you off.
["Dancing Again" by TIMO ODV plays]
How long
Till the sun shines down ♪
And the moon comes out ♪
And we're dancing again ♪
[people laughing]
This place is incredible.
You are incredible.
I know.
- [Linda chuckles]
- I love your confidence.
And we're dancing again ♪
[music distorts and fades]
[Phila sighs deeply] Charlie, pick up.
- Charlie bit me. 'Cause, you know
- [Charlie] Please leave a message.
And you are not picking up.
[breathes in deeply] Okay. Charlie, um, I
swung by your place,
and it looks like you are not home,
so I'm going to not wait for you.
Call me back when you get this,
you know, so we can talk.
[expels breath] Yeah.
[sighs] Why would you be home?
Of course you are not home
when I need you.
But you, my friend, answer all my calls.
Good old friend.
[phone rings]
[Lola] I missed you the other day.
Lola? [sighs]
Fuck me.
You read my mind.
[Phila] Uh, no, not you
Lola, just not now, okay?
I Not now.
[ends call]
[clicks tongue]
Oh! Oh.
Of course.
["Running Away" by Peter Fraser plays]
[breathes in deeply, clears throat]
[phone buzzes]
I'm asking you, Lord ♪
Richard, listen, I, um,
I need to come and see you.
I need to vent,
and I am
And I'm going to come and see you.
- [indistinct comment in Zulu by man]
- [Patricia] Thank you for the wine.
I think we're going to have
a really good time.
- [man] You love joking around. [chuckles]
- [Patrica chuckles]
Mm Mm!
- Back so soon?
- Oh.
What happened to you?
[in English] Hello.
- [In Sotho] How are you?
- [Grace] Hello, Richard.
[indistinct conversation]
[Grace chuckles]
Ask me if you care ♪
I'm running away ♪
Gonna break me free ♪
I'm running away ♪
Gonna break me free ♪
I'm running away ♪
[in English] Ah, yes
Catch me if you can ♪
- Fuck, I'm so sorry, I
- It's It's okay.
I get it.
Make me forget, please?
Is it true what they say ♪
Better the devil you know ♪
I can't say any more ♪
Feels like it's starting to show ♪
Here I am once again ♪
As I stare at these four walls ♪
I'm feeling inside ♪
Maybe the time's come to go ♪
I'm running away ♪
Gonna break me free ♪
[Linda gasps]
[song fades]
[in Sotho] What was your wife like?
I don't see any photos of her here.
- [in English] She was beautiful
- Mm.
An activist.
[in Sotho] You and Don?
People say you're inseparable.
[in English] D&G, and all that.
I barely knew
[tense music plays]
know that man.
[in Sotho] And the things he has done.
[in English] Such as?
[in Sotho] Wow,
seems like you're married to a thug.
[in English] You have no idea.
[in Sotho] He said to Phila
he wishes it was him who died that day.
[in Sotho] Wow. What kind of father
says that to their child?
[in English] Phila tried
to take over Bhengu Beauty
[in Sotho]but I stopped him.
Richard, how old is your daughter?
- About your son's age.
- Mm.
[in English] All I want for her
is just security and love.
[in English and Sotho] I can't help
feeling guilty over Phila.
I'd like to meet your daughter someday.
[in English] You must have done
an amazing job.
[in Sotho] I'll make us some coffee.
- Yeah. [sighs]
- [phone buzzes]
["Let That Money Talk"
by Butcher and Hayman plays]
Uh, forget about the coffee.
[in English] I should go home.
Are you sure?
I've got a feeling it's going to be
a very busy day at the office.
Let that money talk ♪
Take it to the edge
Take it to the edge ♪
I do let the money talk ♪
Got a lot of zeros
Making commas on a check ♪
Commas on a check ♪
I just let that money talk ♪
Talk, talk, talk, talk
Talk, talk, talk, talk ♪
[music stops]
[phone buzzes]
- Uh Uh, hey.
- [Phila] Hey, Charlie.
I called you all night.
- Uh, I was out with some old friends.
- Okay.
I came over.
We were at this place
where you had to hand over your phones.
Right. Right. Uh
Are you okay?
Uh, yeah, just tired.
Is Is everything all right?
Uh [laughs]
Where do I start? Um
Um, uh, can we catch up later,
talk it out?
Oh, yeah, sure. Okay.
Hey, I I miss you.
[chuckles] Me too.
[Charlie chuckles uncomfortably]
- Good morning.
- Morning. [chuckles]
Who was that?
- A friend from Berlin. [chuckles]
- Mm.
What's got into you?
Charlie, what [chuckles]
What you did to me last night was just
Fuck, it was insane.
[chuckles uncomfortably]
- What?
- [Charlie inhales]
Come on. Look, we're grown, okay?
We can mix
a little business with pleasure, hey?
[Charlie chuckles]
[phone buzzes and pings]
- [Charlie exhales]
- What?
Oh, whoa. Oh my God.
We We have the building.
- What?
- [Charlie laughs]
- Wait, what?
- [laughs] We have the building!
We can hit the ground running, we can
Oh my God.
It It It might help if you recruit
some Bhengu product developers, you know,
uh, to speed things along.
Wait, wait, wait.
That That That could get messy.
[scoffs] You've seen the news.
I'm sure there are
plenty of Bhengu employees
who would love to jump ship.
Think about it.
- And, for the record
- Yeah?
I agree with you.
But let's keep this between us.
- Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
- Keep it tidy and sexy.
[Charlie chuckles]
[in Sotho] Regina!
Can I have some sparkling water?
[Don in Xhosa]
Regina is cleaning the guest room.
["God Will Cut You Down"
by Charlie Harper plays]
[in English] How How d
[breathes erratically]
[music intensifies]
Tell 'em God is gonna cut them down ♪
Tell 'em God is gonna cut them ♪
[gun clicks]
[in English] Next time
you want to kill me,
do it yourself.
You killed my son.
How many times must I tell you
that it was Zinhle.
You never take responsibility!
Just tell me what happened.
You know, it's funny
how you told everyone that I am crazy.
Yet you are the one blaming your husband
for his own son's death.
Your grief, Grace,
is driving you to insanity.
Step down from Bhengu Beauty.
Rest, run a charity,
and let things be the way they used to be.
Over my dead body.
I know you killed Zinhle. I've got proof.
Here are the pictures
[in Xhosa]that show
you and Zinhle at the graveyard
[in English]at the same time,
but she never made it out.
They prove nothing.
[in Xhosa] Grace, I need Zinhle's laptop.
[in English] And all the videos
you stored on the cloud.
Or what, Don?
What's your plan?
[in Sotho and English]
Kill me if I don't comply?
[in English] Not me,
but your guy here will.
[in Sotho] You, I want my money back.
[in English] Alfred is going to do to you
what you had him do to me.
- [in Xhosa] Do what you need to do
- Mm.
until she gives me
the information I want,
or make sure she doesn't make it
- [in English]whichever comes first.
- [exclaims]
It's It's It's in my office drawer, Don.
Password, Grace?
Look Okay, okay, okay!
[in Sotho] Remove the knife!
[in English] Password.
[tense pulsating music plays]
[in Xhosa] I'm going to meet
with the board
while you stay here
[in English] until you get to understand
how things should be.
What? You'll keep me prisoner?
[in Xhosa] Alfred, tie her up.
[in English] And take care of your woman.
[in Zulu] Yes, sir.
[indistinct comment]
[Grace groans]
[music fades]
[in English] I'm sorry
I missed your call last night.
Is there anything on your mind
in particular?
Well, talks with the shareholders
are proving to be a little more difficult
than I anticipated.
Oh. That is to be expected.
Is there anything that I should know?
Such as?
Don't worry about it.
- Um, you know what, I will call you.
- Okay.
[tense music plays]
If you need help with the shareholders,
just let me know, okay?
[line rings]
[Charlie] Hey, Dad.
Guess what?
Phila's parents found out
he's talking to the shareholders.
Oh, must be why he wants to talk.
Yeah, well, I found out from Grace.
She fired him.
And Don was very cruel to him.
Did he say anything about you?
He just left now.
He didn't say anything.
Listen, can you find out
what he's thinking?
Yeah, of of course.
[music fades]
[Don chuckles]
Yeah, good to hear, Vermeulen. [chuckles]
A pity we couldn't do this in person.
Yeah, no, rest assured,
your next family trip is on me.
[chuckles] All right.
[Regina in Xhosa] Sir?
Do you need my help?
[in Xhosa and English] Tell the staff
to take the rest of the day off.
[in Xhosa] You too.
Thank you, sir.
Hey, everyone!
We have the day off.
[in English] Clement, start the car.
[eerie music plays]
[Ndu whispering] Tell the truth.
Tell the truth. Tell the truth.
Tell the truth. Tell the truth.
Tell the truth. Tell the truth.
[tapping keypad]
[line rings]
[in Xhosa] Simphiwe,
meet me at the office.
[music fades]
[Alfred in Zulu] I said
you're not going there.
[in Sotho] The way Grace trusted you.
[Alfred in Zulu] Don survived
and gave us the deal of a lifetime.
[in Sotho] Why won't you listen to me
when I'm telling you Don is a killer?
He's going to kill Grace.
[in Zulu and English]
That has nothing to do with us.
Baby, think about your future.
[in Zulu] Forget about the nightclub.
We can go to Dubai.
[in English] We can go to Las Vegas.
We can be our own D&G, baby.
[in Sotho] I trusted you.
[in Zulu] My love
[in English]this is bigger than us.
[in English and Zulu]
We can't be involved in this.
- [in Zulu] Give me a kiss, baby.
- Alfred
[in Sotho] Ma.
[in Xhosa] What do you want, boy?
Have you come to grovel?
[in Sotho] I need to speak to Mom.
[in Xhosa] You're not welcome here.
You're a traitor.
Where did you get the nerve
to steal from your father?
- [scoffs]
- No, no.
- [in English] Excuse me!
- Excuse me what?
What's your problem?
[in Xhosa] Boy! Hey!
You're going to fight me?
[in English] Is this what you do now, hey?
[in Xhosa] Use your fists. Go on, Phila.
[in English] Fight me.
[tense, pulsating music plays]
I don't have time for this.
[in English] Ma, are you in there?
We need to talk.
- [moans softly]
- [Phila] Ma!
[in English] Ma, are you here?
Why is this door locked?
[in Xhosa] How should I know?
[in English] Where is she?
She is not at the office.
[Don in Xhosa]
Whatever you need to say to her,
- you can say to me.
- [moans]
[in English] No, I think I'll wait
until she gets back.
No one wants you here.
[in Xhosa] Leave.
What you and Linda are doing
is a disgrace.
You're an embarrassment.
[in English] Do you see why
[in Xhosa]I wanted more children?
You are worthless.
[in English] You are all failures.
[eerie music plays]
[Grace screams]
- [Phila's car starts]
- [Grace screams]
[Grace moans]
[muffled screaming]
[desperate moaning]
[muffled crying]
[phone buzzes]
[line rings]
[music fades]
[Phila] He's a psychopath.
He is. That's it. He's a psychopath.
That's the only thing that makes sense,
because, I mean
[Charlie] I'm sorry
you had to hear all of that.
Are you still
going to talk to your mother?
[scoffs] No.
Because she fired me, you know? So
You know what I don't understand?
Why is my investor sleeping with my mother
and lying about it?
Perhaps it's nothing sinister.
Hear him out.
You may still have a good deal with him.
[clears throat]
Come here.
[chuckles uncomfortably] Maybe not now?
Yeah. Of Of course. Yeah.
- Yeah.
- [chuckles] Yeah.
Of course.
Charlie, you're all that I have now.
You know that, right?
And, uh
[chuckles] I
I'm falling for you.
- And
- Oh, Phila
- You You don't have to say anything.
- No, I
Um, I just I just need to know
that this feels real for you too.
- [intriguing music plays]
- It does.
But I'd still like to keep it quiet.
I need time before big declarations.
- Mm.
- [chuckles]
- Yeah, okay.
- Okay.
[music fades]
[Don] It is through my efforts
that the Department of Labor didn't pursue
that farce of an investigation.
And even though
my relationship with Ruby was consensual,
unlike Grace,
I apologized.
And the young people are saying
I'm a good example
of the powerful man who simply gets it.
So I say let's go back to the basics.
You know, no more stories.
Just beautiful girls selling make-up.
With me as CEO,
and Grace running cancer fundraisers.
[tense music plays]
Grace needs to be here for this.
Grace is unwell.
Her letter of resignation
will be delivered.
We need to hear from her personally.
Remember what I said about unity?
[tapping keypad]
[line rings]
- [Grace moans]
- [phone buzzes]
[line continues ringing]
[phone continues buzzing]
[line continues ringing]
[line continues ringing]
[phone continues buzzing]
[exclaims, catches breath]
[line continues ringing]
No answer.
[Grace breathes nervously]
No, no, no, no, no, no, no!
No, no, no, no, no! Oh, no! No!
Damn it!
Huh-uh! No, no, no, no!
[sighs deeply]
[music fades]
Like I said,
her letter of resignation
will be delivered.
He knows about you and Grace.
She's not taking any of my calls.
How are things with the daughter?
Linda is ready
to poach Bhengu Beauty developers.
Then we'll go for marketing, finance.
You'll get it for almost nothing.
How are you making her do all of this?
- You shouldn't overextend yourself.
- Overextend?
Isn't that what you're doing with Grace?
This is my thing.
Bhengu Beauty wouldn't exist
if Don and Grace didn't kill my mother
before she exposed them.
Not everything is as it seems, Charlotte.
Slow down.
- One step at a time.
- [morose music plays]
- We're not loose cannons like them.
- [laughter echoing]
[voice echoing] Help! Charlie, help!
No, Mom!
[screams echoing]
I should go and find Grace.
Sleep here tonight, okay?
[drawer rattles open]
[music fades]
None of these are organic, Ma.
[in Zulu] We don't have money for that.
- Is this about Linda? Mm?
- [in English] No.
There's nothing healthy here.
My skin is breaking out
[in Zulu and English]from these
cheap products, and just this!
[in Zulu] Are you now allergic
to poverty, huh? Huh?
Hey, you know, my child,
this is how most of us live.
Life is not about romance and art.
You see me, me.
I was a child when I had you.
All my beauty pageant opportunities
All opportunities gone.
But you are beautiful.
You act like a stupid gir
- [thud]
- Ma! Ma! Ma!
Thando! Thando.
- [tense music plays]
- [groans]
[voice echoing] Thando, what's wrong?
That's what started Bhengu Beauty.
- [receptionist] I tried stopping him.
- It's okay.
- [In Xhosa] Moloto. How can I help you?
- [in English] I have a meeting with Grace.
[in Xhosa] Oh. Grace is not feeling well
at the moment.
[in English] Is she at home?
- Maybe I can go and
- No.
She needs to rest.
In fact, I'm stepping in as CEO
[in Xhosa]so whatever
you wanted to discuss
[in English]I'm your man.
[in Xhosa] Uh, Simphiwe,
I'll be with you in a bit.
[in English] You can go ahead.
I hope Mrs. Bhengu gets better.
She will.
[in Xhosa] What's the verdict?
- [in English] I can't help you.
- Wh What do you mean you can't help me?
[in Zulu] What you're facing
is more than I can handle.
[in English] Simphiwe,
we've been together for years.
And everything I
[in Xhosa] Everything that happened,
you washed it off me.
[in Zulu] This is different.
[in English] I need to stop seeing him.
You can't even admit what you did.
Not even to yourself.
[tense music plays]
[in Zulu] Ndu is your angel now.
His love needs you to be pure.
You need to be honest.
[in Xhosa] Then bring back my money!
Bring it back!
[music fades]
[clicks tongue]
[laid-back music plays]
[Phila] Mm.
Go easy, dude. I'm worried about you.
Look, your dad wants me dead,
and I don't want to disappoint him, okay?
Then again, he's already disappointed
in both of us, so
[Phila sighs]
I'm sorry,
I should have told you sooner that
- What?
- He blacklisted you.
Yeah, well, I figured.
I know his tactics too well, so
Yeah. Good old Dad.
Oh, he brought up the baby thing.
Wait, he knows about Thando?
No, no. No, not that.
Um, the other thing about
how he should have had more children
because we are unworthy.
- Of course.
- Mm.
But I did speak to Thando,
and I think that she will talk to you
[In Xhosa] Please stop.
- [in English] Linda, if you just
- Phila
Walking away.
Look, what I wanted to talk to you about
is you joining Charlie and I.
- As in joining your company?
- Yes.
Okay, I might as well tell you now.
I'm pulling in
lead talent from Bhengu Beauty.
It's not the takeover you're planning
- Hey, friends.
- [Linda] Hey.
- Hey, hey, hey, hey!
- Hi.
- Hey.
- Good.
I didn't realize you two were together.
I would have come later.
Charlie and I are gonna finalize details
of our new office space.
You should come.
Yes! Hey?
[Phila] Uh
[mouthing] Come on.
Okay, I asked Phila to join GirlCity.
No-brainer, right?
- [chuckles uncertainly] Yeah!
- Yeah, but I haven't answered yet.
Ah, but you will.
Okay, look, I do want to see the building.
Yes! Okay, let's go, let's go, let's go.
Right, we need
- You've got the bill.
- Come along.
You know, blacklisted
- Um
- Daddy, you know?
Fine, I've got the bill.
[Charlie chuckles]
[patients coughing]
[phone rings]
[baby cries]
[in Zulu] Ma, we should go.
I'm starting to feel better.
I know the sister.
She'll take us in. Let's wait a bit.
Oh, there she is.
- Uh, Sister, can you see us?
- Oh.
Get yourself something to drink.
There's no need for that.
I suspect that Thando
has high blood pressure.
She's had a few miscarriages,
and she's had issues
with fibroids as well.
I won't be able to help you
but I can give you
a referral to a government hospital.
You need to get there before sunrise
so you can get someone to assist you
before end of day.
Can't we go now?
No, you can't go now.
I'm so sorry. Good luck.
- Why won't you call Don?
- No.
- Or Phila? Or Linda?
- [in English] No. No, no, no.
Ma, I just want to get out of this place.
["Pray" by James George
and Jennifer June plays]
It's all fun and games ♪
Till someone gets hurt ♪
It's all fun and games ♪
Till someone gets hurt ♪
Touch my innocence ♪
Or try every move ♪
Keep your eyes on me ♪
Unpick all I did ♪
[song fades]
[Don in Xhosa] Find the workers.
They're all in the house.
No one is allowed upstairs.
[in English] I want my complete privacy.
[in Xhosa] Wait for me outside,
and if anyone asks for me,
tell them I'll get back to them.
[Clement in English] Yes, sir.
[suspenseful music plays]
[music intensifies]
[key rattles]
[in Xhosa] Where did she go?
- [groans]
- [music swells]
Grace! Wait.
You have nowhere to go!
[in Sotho] Get out of the way!
- [guard] Hey!
- [clicks tongue]
- [tires screeching]
- [Don exclaims]
[in English] Grace, stop fighting.
What's the point, Don?
[in Sotho] You hired private guards
[in English]to keep me prisoner
in my own house.
[in Xhosa] Guys, get her out.
[in Sotho] Don't you dare touch me! Hey!
[in English] Don, call off your men.
I'll walk myself. Hey!
[in Xhosa] Okay. Let her walk.
Get out.
[music stops]
- [beep]
- [in English] Phila, call me back.
- [Noni panting]
- [driver] It's okay.
[in Sotho] Master Richard,
my name is Noni.
I work for Mrs. Bhengu.
She had a huge argument with Master Don.
I'm afraid he locked her up.
I didn't know who else to go to.
[Phila in English] Okay, fine,
it's an incredible space.
Okay. So does that mean you're in?
- Well, we would make a good team.
- Yes!
Right, Charlie?
Come on, Charlie,
you can get two Bhengus
for the price of one.
It's a power duo, this, hm?
No-brainer. Come on, now.
- Why not?
- Yes!
- Let's do it.
- [Phila chuckles]
- One thing
- What?
The name "GirlCity," I don't
- 'Cause now
- Gender-neutral term.
Get with the program, please.
Okay, fine.
Can the "girls" go out and celebrate?
- Let's do it.
- Fine!
[Linda inhales sharply] Oh, man,
we finally did it.
New generations of Bhengus at it.
- [Phila] All right.
- [Linda] Yeah.
[suspenseful music plays]
What do they want?
[in Zulu and English] These gentlemen say
Mr. Moloto requested
they check on Mrs. Bhengu.
[in English] My wife is away.
We still need to do a walk-through.
[suspenseful music continues playing]
[line rings]
[line continues ringing]
[Selekane] Sir?
This is for you.
Clear out!
[Grace sighs]
[music fades]
Why is Moloto suddenly sniffing around?
What has he said to you?
Tell me how it happened.
[in English and Xhosa]
I told you Zinhle did it!
[in English] Don, you and I share
a lifetime of secrets.
We know the worst about each other.
I'm sure there's an explanation.
[eerie music plays]
[Don] Stop looking at me.
You're not my son.
- Ndu will never do this!
- [screams]
[screams] Don! Don't! No!
- [screams] Don!
- Get away!
[Grace] Don!
[in Sotho] Oh, my goodness!
[jagged breathing]
[in English] I'm sorry.
Don, please let me go.
Whatever is going on with you,
we can fix it together.
Trust me.
[music turns tense]
[phone jingles]
[music continues playing]
[in Sotho] They didn't see Grace.
They couldn't search the place.
Regina heard shouting
from inside the room,
and then Master Don sent
all the workers home.
You can ask them to try again.
Or are we too late?
There's another way.
[music fades]
[Don] Mutale.
[in English] You didn't have to come
all the way.
Grace has made her decision.
Where is she?
In her bedroom.
I really don't think
this is a good time for her,
or me.
Pardon me, Don, but I insist.
[music intensifies]
Grace, wake up.
- [Grace moans]
- Grace, can you hear me?
I really didn't want you
to see her like this
but you insisted.
What is going on, Don?
Grace has never been a big drinker.
[muffled screaming]
[crying and choking]
I only realized that she has a problem
when I came back from hospital.
She pushed herself too hard.
And never really took a moment
to mourn the loss of our child.
And then there's Bhengu Beauty.
She wanted it so badly,
she poisoned me with some stimulants
so I come across insane at the launch.
- Wait, poisoned you?
- Yeah.
I even have a doctor's report on that.
This company has lost millions
because Grace wanted me out of the way.
- Why didn't you say anything?
- [scoffs]
You You're the one who said
we must stick together.
You believed her lies.
And I just had to let my care and respect
for my company speak for itself.
Mutale, you can make this right.
[music fades]
- Okay, okay, okay, I've got one.
- [Charlie and Linda laughing]
a product called "Cocaine Concealer."
- You must be out of your damn mind.
- [Charlie laughs]
Hold on, listen, and it comes
in little travel size tubes.
Come on, guys. This is a brilliant idea.
I mean, look, it might work, hey.
Do not entertain my brother.
Okay? I know my brother.
Think about it. "Cocaine Concealer."
- I'm going to love and leave you.
- Bye.
- Cool. Bye.
- [laughs]
You know, I have been trying
to get a hold of you, actually.
- [Lola] Seriously?
- Yeah.
- [in Sotho] I'm angry at you.
- [Phila chuckles uncomfortably]
[in English] You weren't very nice to me
on the phone the other day,
and I just wanted to show you
a very sexy costume that I got for myself.
You know?
The minister doesn't have to get involved.
- I'm my own woman.
- Hey, Lorraine, listen
- Mm?
- I now
I really enjoyed
Making me cum five times in a row?
I'm seeing somebody.
- Really?
- Yeah.
And, uh
I think I am
in love.
- [laughs] Oh, wow.
- Yeah.
For the first time, you know,
and I don't want to mess it up.
[both chuckle]
How about my place tonight?
Come on.
I'll think about it.
You're going to think about it? How long?
I'm very happy for you, Phila.
[in Sotho] Love is a beautiful thing. Mm.
And, um if your girl is ever
in the mood to play
Lo Lo
- you know who to call, right?
- [expels breath]
- Don't you? Mm?
- Yeah.
["Gimme Fake Love" by Alan Avry plays]
[tense sting]
[song fades]
What the fuck is this?
- Phila
- [Linda] Um
I can explain.
Don't touch me!
Wait, what What's happening?
That's my sister, Charlie.
That is my fucking sister!
Will someone tell me
- It's all a misunderstanding.
- Misunderstanding? We had sex!
I told you I
I told you I was falling in love with you.
And you, walking around all innocent,
when meanwhile all you do
is picking up Bhengu leftovers.
Fuck you. Fuck you. Fuck you both.
[Phila clicks tongue]
[mouthing] Linda
[Gimme Fake Love" by Alan Avry
continues playing]
[song ends]
[suspenseful music plays]
[phone pings]
- Get down!
- [catches breath] Okay. Okay.
[guard groans]
[music intensifies]
[screams] Hey! Don't shoot!
[in Xhosa] Don't shoot!
Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!
[in Sotho] Regina, listen. Where are they?
[in Xhosa] They left.
Master Bhengu gave us the day off,
and then called me back.
[in Sotho] Where are they?
[in Xhosa] I don't know.
Madam forgot her phone.
Here it is.
[in Sotho] Is there a place
where they like to visit?
[Regina] I don't know.
- [in Sotho] Nothing at all?
- [Regina] I don't know anything.
[in Sotho] I might know where they went.
Phila and I were just having fun.
- And this attraction between you and I
- [Linda] He's my brother.
The only one I have left.
I was going to end it.
But he was suicidal
after your father wished him dead.
You lied.
- Fuck, you lied to me, you lied to him.
- I messed up.
- And didn't do things in the right order.
- Just leave, Charlie.
Our first house.
Just to see how far we've come.
You have pushed me
to take things this far.
And we're not this kind of people.
Not to each other, at least.
We were happy here.
Life was good.
Why can't it be that simple again?
Think about that.
["I Need Your Love" by Letta Mbulu plays]
There's something
I wanna tell you, baby ♪
Have to tell you right now
How much I love you ♪
[tense sting]
I need your love, I need your love
I need you, baby ♪
[muffled screaming]
I need you, baby ♪
[Don] Patricia?
[in Zulu] Bhengu.
Thando is pregnant.
And? What does that have to do with me?
It's your child.
[muffled screaming]
I love you, baby ♪
I need your love, I need your love
I need it, baby ♪
I need your love, I need your love
I need it, baby ♪
[muffled screaming]
I need your love
I need it, baby ♪
I need your love, I need your love ♪
I need it, baby ♪
[muffled screaming echoing]
[song ends]
by Robert Alexis Quickenden plays]
Some say the innocent ♪
Never came this far ♪
Some say religion ♪
Could take away your scars ♪
Caged like an animal ♪
One thing holds true ♪
When you're treated like the devil ♪
Who you gonna turn to ♪
So won't somebody tell me ♪
How they all came here ♪
We're all caught in a nightmare ♪
All we're having is fear ♪
So won't somebody tell me ♪
How they all came here ♪
We're all caught in a nightmare ♪
All we're having is fear ♪
We're all caught in a nightmare ♪
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