The Confession (2011) s01e09 Episode Script

Chapter 9

Bless me father for I have sinned in thought, word and deed.
Would you like to tell me your sins? Last night, I killed a man.
I killed many men.
It's who I am, it's what I do.
In fact, I'm supposed to kill someone tonight.
Tell me, why must this person die.
Because, he deserves to die.
You don't want me to try to stop you, tonight.
I can't stop you, won't stop you.
You're not the only one who has sinned, Father.
What's your darkest sin? I was married once.
I did horrible things to my wife and child.
What kind of things?! I burned him.
Scarred him.
He was hiding out.
Yes, I know father.
The Confession 1x09 "Chapter 9" My God, I'm so sorry, I'm so sorry.
You're sorry! I know, there are no words that I can say.
You're right.
There is nothing you can say.
I was a different man then.
You were supposed to love us, protect us.
Now, you have after all this time, no excuse.
I have made terrible mistakes.
Mistakes! You tortured me.
You killed my mother.
No, that's not true.
She commited suicide.
You really believe that? Your mother was an ill women.
Made so because of your abuse! No, she jumped.
She jumped from the balcony.
Have you told yourself your version of the story so many times that you actually believe it? I know what happened.
I was there when she did it.
So was I.
It's because you're lazy and you don't care anymore.
Don't hurt me, don't hurt me.
Don't hurt me.
Don't hurt me.
Come here.
Stay away from me, please.
Come here.
Stay away from me! Get back in the fucking house! Leave me alone! You don't tell me what to do.
What are you gonna do? Are you gonna jump? Help me.
Well, go on, do it.
Do us all a favor, jump, jump, jump! Jump! Do it! And, maybe, for once in your miserable life, you'll actually follow through with something and do it right.
I can't take any more.
(mockingly) Oh, I can't take anymore.
(chuckles) I'm telling you, you better do this, because if I get my hands on you, you'll wish you had.
I'm so sorry.
You're pathetic.
I knew you'd never have the nerve to do She jumped.
She jumped.
I didn't kill her.
Of course you did! You might not have pushed her, but you might as well have.
What choice did you leave her? Endless beatings from you.
Or, death.
That was my first lesson on how cheaply we value life.
And, after you abandoned me, I spent three days in that apartment until the building manager found me.
I spent the next ten years, in and out of foster homes.
I didn't think anything could be worse than you.
I was wrong.
Shall I tell you about the abuses? How many old men laid their hands on me and shared me with their friends? Please, don't.
I've hated you for a lifetime.
Imagine my surprise when you passed by me on the street.
At first thought, I wasn't sure it was you.
I think it was the collar that threw me.
So, I came back and I waited, and I waited, and I waited.
Then, finally, you came out.
You walked right by me.
The second I looked into your eyes, I knew it was you.
This person that you're going to kill tonight, is me, isn't it?