Tijuana (2019) s01e03 Episode Script

Episode 3

We're done.
We're almost done.
Let me cover your left eye.
Now, read up to the sixth line, please.
L, E, P, E, D, P, E, C, F, D, E, D, F, C, Z P.
Your retina and optic nerve look perfect.
- The diopters are unchanged.
- Sure? Have you experienced any discomfort? Loss of vision? Headaches? Is anything worrying you? Hey.
Thanks to the cap, we've now found the factory's football team.
So? They play today at six.
I'm sending you the location.
- Thanks.
See you later.
- No, wait! I'm telling you because Lalo, I wasn't talking to you.
I'll take care of everything.
You just point at the guy.
- Gaby, are you sure? - Yes, I'm sure.
A NETFLIX ORIGINAL SERIES - Go get it! - Good one! Calm down! Now! - Back to the bench! - Come on, to the bench! Calm down.
To the bench, to the bench, now! - Hello.
- Hi.
- Good afternoon.
- Hi, good afternoon.
Are you from Santa Martha? - Yes.
- Of course we are.
I've heard so much about you.
I'm from a new company called Lobo.
We want to work with you.
We want to offer you I mean, give you new uniforms.
It's part of a promotion we're working on right now.
I only need to make a list with your information Lalo.
My supervisor.
He works in all our campaigns.
As I was saying, you can write down your name, size, telephone number, and you'll get your uniforms in two weeks.
- Okay.
- Are you in? You'll look handsome.
- Can I offer you some water? Coffee? - No, thanks.
Toño, how are you? Fine, and you? How's the family? Pablito wants to be a snowboarder now.
- Take a seat, please.
- Snowboarder? In my day, we wanted to be fire fighters, doctors, I don't know.
Times change, you know that.
- Have you been offered a drink? - Yes.
- I won't take up much of your time.
- Don't worry.
I always have time for friends.
What can I do for you? Robles.
- Poor fucker.
- So sad.
Anyway We haven't scheduled an interview.
Sonia told me you wanted to talk.
I can record our conversation, right? No.
Turn that off.
- Here's the list of the players.
- Thanks.
What's your name? Carlos.
- Carlos.
- Say, is everybody on there? We crossed out the names of the absent ones.
About the uniforms.
Will you bring them here or will we have to pick them up? I'll call you.
I'll bring them here for the next match.
- Great, thanks.
- Thank you.
- Take care of your leg.
- Yes, thanks.
Fuck, Gabriela.
You have no idea the mess you're getting into.
Any one of them could be the killer.
So what? They wouldn't have given us their names just like that.
"Can I have all your names? We're investigating a homicide and we believe one of you could be the murderer.
" Come on! The motherfucker can recognize you.
You won't.
You had a gun pointing at you.
You look at the gun, not the face.
Look, I remember everything clearly.
In fact, he is the only thing I remember.
I just need to see him again.
Let's see.
The crossed-out ones.
Pedro Luis Meza, Beto Juárez Manuel Ureña.
These are the absent ones? Yes.
There's a principle that says a good reporter should never lie, let alone manipulate people like this.
You've got to identify yourself, colleague.
There's another principle that says, "The end justifies the means.
" Okay.
I'll search those names on social media.
I'll call you tomorrow morning to go together to the factory.
Maybe you can learn a thing or two.
What did you do at that secret meeting with Robles? It was not a secret meeting, man.
It was a private work meeting, not a public event.
I'm sure you found controversial points in his political program.
Look, Antonio.
It was a friendly talk, like the one we're having now.
But with fewer questions.
Only that he was killed right after he left that meeting.
If I wasn't a good friend of your wife, I wouldn't stand all these questions.
- Sonia is like family to me.
- May I? Juan Eduardo, you can't deny Robles's plan was in conflict with the interests of the big businessmen in the region.
The easiest thing to do is accuse the businessmen of being villains and having killed Mocho.
Anyone could've done it.
Like who? A union leader, the narcos, the government It might even be a heartbroken woman.
Shall I go on? No.
Thanks for your time.
If I think of anything else, I'll call you.
Or don't.
You know what I find so interesting? Every time someone kills one of these jerks whose lives were worthless, when they die, everybody turns them into martyrs.
PEDRO LUIS MESA SANTA MARTHA FACTORY ALBERTO JUAREZ SANTA MARTHA FACTORY GREGORIO MUELLER WINS MUELLER EMPORIUM CRIME AND EXTRAVAGANCE CORRUPT BUSINESSMEN FROM BAJA CALIFORNIA NEWS After the crime that put our state in mourning and paralyzed the electoral campaign, the parties that are struggling in the polls decided to put an end to the mourning and resume their campaigns.
RESTARTING ELECTORAL CAMPAIGNS Ramón Benítez-Prado, a PTI candidate was the first one to tell the press that he would be resuming his campaign.
The assassination of Eugenio Robles has been a strong blow for Baja California.
- I don't get it.
- Let's not be afraid.
He's still running.
I think it's all a farce.
Finally, a few minutes ago, the independent group announced Julián Sabines as Eugenio Robles's successor.
Sabines? Robles taught us to never lose our strength.
He hit the jackpot, huh? Our independent candidacy will continue to rest on the ideological pillars left by Eugenio Robles.
Our leader was taken from us but not our victory.
We won't take a single step back.
For now, at least.
- Not a single one.
- So how was the interview with Sabines? Hard.
I tried.
And? He didn't cooperate much.
Let's just say he's not my biggest fan.
You can't give up.
Keep trying.
- What's this for? - No hard feelings? We'll see.
- Hello.
- Hello.
Look, we're from the Frente Tijuana.
We're writing an article about Robles' assassination and we think your supervisor could give us a hand.
Can we talk with him? - Let me check.
- Thanks.
What? Nothing, I'm learning to be a real reporter.
- Follow me.
- Yes, sir.
- Good morning.
- Good morning.
- You're the guys from Tijuana? - Yes.
We're writing a piece on Robles' assassination.
Three of your workers might be related to it.
Oh, my.
I can't give you any information about them.
The information on our workers is confidential.
Well, I can ask you a few questions and I'm sure you know the guys.
No, only my boss can help you with that.
And he's on vacation all week.
Why don't you send the questions in writing? He'll answer in about 20 days.
Now, if you'll excuse me.
Please, let me thank you for allowing me the opportunity to learn from a real professional.
I've never seen such effective methods being used to get information.
How is it hanging, Monedita? Who else, man? Your worst nightmare but the city boy version.
Hey, man, a favor, as usual.
Could you call a factory and ask for the whereabouts of three employees? Yes, that info will help you with Robles' investigation.
Sure, I'll send you the names and the number.
Great, man.
We'll have it in two hours.
How are you, man? That's it, man.
Let me call the newbie, the girl.
Yes, Moneda, asshole.
Not as much as you, man.
Let me put it on speaker phone okay? Go.
We had to pressure the guys at the factory pretty hard, but we got it.
From that list, two were absent from work the day of the assault.
Manuel Ureña and Pedro Luis Meza.
They sent us their files with photos.
We need Cisneros to come to the ministry first thing tomorrow for identification.
You're the best, Moneda.
Call you back.
- Hi, Auntie.
- Hello.
- How are you? - Fine, and you? Fine.
- Everything's okay? - Yes.
What have you brought now? Sugar-free muffins.
I can't believe you! - Chocolate.
And this one? - No, that's the lemon one.
- You've knitted a lot! - Yes, that entire bag.
- No, that bag.
- That bag.
- Shall I make us some tea? - Yes.
- No, don't worry.
- It's okay.
- It's just an accident, don't worry.
- No, stay.
It's okay, honey.
My God! No, stay there.
It's high time you considered moving in with my dad.
No, Gaby.
I won't do that.
- Why not? - Because.
I know this is new for me, but I'm getting used to it.
To get used to another house now, a different arrangement No.
This happened because I didn't take care of myself.
But you're smarter than I am.
- Love you, Auntie.
- Love you too.
The lawyer says that as he didn't get the the order of The order of imprisonment.
He says he doesn't want to be a pessimist, but that they will surely let him go.
I wouldn't be surprised.
They didn't even let Ramona identify the body of her grandson.
It's not just me.
There are many families.
A lady from Veracruz who is staying at my place, and from so many other places.
There are victims from Oaxaca, Guerrero, Veracruz Several Central American countries Nobody is getting answers.
They just excuse themselves by saying the investigation is still in progress.
I'll help you, madam.
If you'll excuse me, I'll talk with my contacts at the morgue.
Give me a few minutes.
Ramona, I'm really sorry.
Thanks for your help.
Thank you, honey.
- Sure you don't want anything else? - No, thanks, Mom.
I'm not that hungry, in fact.
You're so thin, you work too much, honey.
Before I forget.
These are better than the ones from the free clinic.
One a day.
You'll see, you'll feel better.
Thank you, honey.
So, how's work? Fine.
Everything's fine.
I didn't see you come in.
When will you finish? This is flowing beautifully and I don't want to lose the drive.
What if you drive yourself to bed? Let me finish this idea and I'll turn in.
Everything okay? I'm working.
Do you want me to leave? There's water in the kitchen.
- Right, don't worry.
- I've got nothing else, sorry.
Good morning.
Please, come in.
- Thanks.
- Thanks, Mary.
What's up? - How are you? - Fine, and you? Follow me.
Things will be quite different here.
Having walls makes everything different.
Let's see what you can do.
Are you sure? Completely sure? Manuel Ureña.
I'll ask for a search warrant immediately.
Ramona called.
Her lawyer said they released the Coyote.
Always the same thing.
Relatives and people from the NGO are getting together at the Ministry to protest.
Are you here to confess, Brother? No, Father.
I don't have any regrets.
You say so, jerk, but I know you.
I'm trying to see beyond my prejudices.
How should I differentiate them from my intuition, my instinct? They're both irrational impulses.
Maybe you should go closer to your reason, mainly because that's what's important in your business, being objective, right? Come on, Orozco.
In this country's situation, objectivity doesn't exist.
Man, where's the bathroom? - End of the hall, to your right.
- Come on! I'm not kidding.
End of the hall, right.
Through the kitchen.
- I'll be back.
- Okay.
Some of us try to be honest.
Honesty is less common than it might seem.
It's easy for you.
- Sinners and saints.
- I wouldn't say so.
- Justice! - Justice! It may be pretty complicated to declare a dilemma.
Not even when the moral limit is perfectly defined.
Sins are sins.
Mercy is mercy.
Something can be the truth and a lie at the same time.
No, no.
I don't do threats.
I'm letting you know.
By tomorrow night you won't be here.
- Asshole.
- You scared me.
Where's the bathroom? I'm lost.
The bathroom is upstairs.
Everybody at some point has been merciful and a sinner.
So, what then? Talk to you later.
Guys! Dinner's ready! Dani, is your friend staying for dinner?