True Love (2012) s01e04 Episode Script

Sandra

1 What the world needs now is love, sweet love.
It's the only thing that there's just too little of.
What the world needs now is love, sweet love.
No, not just for some I don't see why she needs all this gear.
Oh, David! She's a girl.
She needs a lot of stuff.
It's a lovely place.
Clean and light.
I think you'll be very happy here.
- Yeah.
- Hopefully, anyway.
Try and make it home for your birthday, please.
OK.
Are you going to be OK? Yes, I'll be fine.
I just worry about you.
And email, won't you? Check your emails! - Yeah, I will.
- Yeah, yeah.
Go on.
- Don't want to leave Dad waiting, do we? - No.
I love you too! Bye! - You all right? - Yeah.
I've got to go, I've got someone else on the line.
I'll speak to you later.
Nobby, how's it going? Give one-eyed Simon a call, yeah? He'll come and do it for us.
Well, I'll ring him then, all right? OK, mate, ta.
(MUSIC: "White Blank Page" by Mumford & Sons) Can you lie next to her and give her your heart, your heart as well as your body? And can you lie next to her and confess your love, your love as well as your folly? And can you kneel before the king and say I'm clean, I'm clean? But tell me now, where was my fault in loving you with my whole heart? David? Yes? Sandra? I've been thinking.
I want us to do something together.
I don't know, go for a meal? - Al Medicis? - Yeah.
Oh! We used to go there all the time! - Yeah.
- Oh, that would be really lovely, David.
- All right, darling.
- Thank you, thank you.
Try and get some sleep, Sandra.
- Hello.
- Hello.
- You have nice things.
- Oh, thank you.
All the brooches are vintage.
Forties, Fifties.
If you want to see anything I can open the cabinet.
Yes, please.
This, erm, with the flower.
Oh, yeah.
For somebody special? Yes.
My mother.
Oh? Her birthday? No, I haven't seen her for a long time.
- Oh.
- How much, please? Er, that's £15.
Will you save it? I can come back on Friday with more money.
Yeah, yeah, I think that will be fine.
That's very kind.
OK.
Friday? - Yes.
- All right then, yeah.
Yeah, that's fine.
I'll keep it for you.
Thank you very much.
Where does your mum live? Turkey.
South-east Turkey.
- Oh? - Kurdistan.
Oh, right.
- Friday.
- Thank you.
- Bye-bye now.
- Bye.
David, the table's booked for 7.
30.
Are you nearly ready? Yeah, coming.
What? Are you not going to get changed? Didn't realise I had to.
Right, OK.
Am I driving? Are you driving? - You can drive.
- All right, come on then.
How's work? - Work? - Yeah.
Yeah, it's all right.
It's lovely, isn't it, here? Wish the food would hurry up.
Well, the shop's doing really well.
- Is it? - Yeah.
Yeah.
Good.
(BELLS RING IN DISTANCE) Bells! It's nice to be out, isn't it? Haven't done this for ages.
Have we? Going out.
It's really lovely to be in a restaurant, having a meal together.
Yeah, I just wish this bloody food would hurry up.
I mean, what is going on? David? We're not good, are we? I I'm all right.
It's not really good enough, though, is it, "all right"? It's It's not good enough.
Something's wrong with our relationship and we need to address it.
Don't you think? Sandra, everything's fine, you've just got too much time on your hands.
You need to throw yourself into the shop, that's what you need to do.
Like you do with your work? I think it's called burying your head in the sand.
I think I'd like to go home.
We've just sat down.
I just think I'd like to go home.
Oh, Christ, Sandra! You wanted to come.
I know, but I don't want to be here any more.
- Hello.
- Hello.
You remember me? Oh, the brooch! Oh, yeah, I'm sorry.
Erm, now where did I? Oh, here it is.
- You got paid then? - Yes, I got paid.
- It's £15? - Yeah, 15, that's right.
(TILL BEEPS) Where do you work? Er, West Bay for WRG.
I clean the, erm, the conveniences.
Oh? All right.
Do you want this gift-wrapped? Yes, please.
I know it's for your mum, isn't it? - Yes, in Turkey.
- Right.
I expect the postage is more than the actual gift! It's not important.
Yeah, well, I'll try and make it as small as possible.
Thank you.
You don't seem, erm, er as happy than before.
Something bad happen? Oh, er, no, no, erm, no.
Well, yeah! You've taken me a bit by surprise, erm It's nothing.
You don't have to say anything.
No, erm, my daughter went to university on, er, on Sunday and it's a long way away, and, well, I'm missing her.
Of course.
Erm, thank you for asking.
Maybe it will, erm, give you some time to, er, explore.
Explore? I lost, er, someone too.
And I, erm Good things happen sometimes.
That's a lovely thing to say.
That's really nice.
Thank you for that.
Thank you.
Bye-bye.
SOBS: It's never going to be the same again, is it? It's not going to be the same, without the girls.
Don't do this to yourself, darling, please.
I can't help it.
I've got to go, darling.
(MUSIC: "Awake My Soul" by Mumford & Sons) How fickle my heart and how woozy my eyes.
I struggle to find any truth in your lies.
And now my heart stumbles on things I don't know.
My weakness I feel I must finally show.
Lend me your hand and we'll conquer them all, but lend me your heart and I'll just let you fall.
Lend me your eyes, I can change what you see, but your soul you must keep totally free.
Har-har, har-har Har-har, har-har Awake my soul.
Awake my soul.
I'm Ismail.
I'm Sandra.
I struggle to find any truth in your lies.
And now my heart stumbles on things I don't know.
My weakness I feel I must finally show.
Har-har Har-har - Is that a new top, Sandra? - Yeah.
You look nice.
I'm going out tonight.
Where are you going? A course, college, erm, with Rita.
You've been out with Rita every night this week, haven't you? Yeah.
What time are you going to be back? I don't know.
About 11? Having a drink afterwards with the girls.
I'm going to be late.
Can you clear up after yourself? - Yes.
- See you later.
- It's strange, isn't it? - What? Us.
Like we've, erm, I don't know known each other in another life.
Yes.
Yes, I know, I know.
I don't understand it.
But it makes me feel very good.
I feel very, very lucky.
Was your marriage arranged? Arranged? No! (SHE LAUGHS) No, we did meet and we, I suppose we Did you arrange it for yourselves? Some people do this.
Er Yeah, I suppose I did.
Yeah.
I never looked at it like that, but yeah, you're right.
That's what most girls of my age wanted.
They got married, engaged, and married and then had children.
It sort of all happened quite suddenly.
Er, too young, really, to know what I wanted.
What do you want now? - You must have dreams.
- Mmm.
What do you dream about? Flying.
Yeah.
Flying above everything.
Being free, looking down on everything.
Not being tied down.
Yeah.
You want to escape? - I think I do, yeah.
- You want to escape for five seconds? I want it to be longer than that.
I suppose I want to escape forever.
Awake my soul.
Awake my soul.
Awake my soul.
You were made to meet your maker.
Awake my soul.
Awake my soul.
Awake my soul.
You were made to meet your maker.
You were made to meet your maker.
Crazy weather, isn't it? - Yes, it was sunny 15 minutes ago.
- I know! It's been a lovely day, really lovely.
Special.
Every day with you is special.
Thank you for making me look at life differently.
Making me enjoy life again.
You're welcome.
So, what do we do now? Do you have a plan? - No, I don't.
- Nor do I.
So we continue.
I'd like that very much.
- Hi.
- Hi.
- You all right? - Yeah.
Good.
How was tonight? - It was good.
- Yeah? Where did you go in the end? Oh, Bradley's.
Bradley's, up Broadstairs.
It's good in there, yeah, I've been a couple of times.
How's Rita? Is she all right? Same as ever.
Funny.
Haven't seen her for ages.
I'm glad you're going out, Sandra, and you're enjoying yourself a little bit.
It's all good, you know? I think you deserve it.
How's the French going? I can't imagine Rita speaking French.
"Comment ca va?" Don't be mean.
She's good actually.
- Is she? - Yeah, she is.
What have you been learning then? Oh Stop asking questions.
I'm just a bit tired.
I think I'm going to go to bed.
Night-night.
Can you lie next to her and give her your heart, your heart as well as your body? And can you lie next to her and confess your love, your love as well as your folly? And can you kneel before the king and say I'm clean, I'm clean? But tell me now, where was my fault in loving you with my whole heart? Oh, tell me now, where was my fault in loving you with my whole heart? A white blank page and a swelling rage, rage.
Ahhh Ahhh OK? Sandra, what's going on with us? I don't know.
I was in town earlier and I popped by the shop and I saw you locking up.
You were checking up on me? You were checking up on me? You don't trust me?! - I'm sorry, Sandra.
- I can't believe that.
After all the years.
I've never checked up on you! Sandra, I just I can't believe that.
You know what? Listen, you don't You don't have to tell me who this guy is.
I don't, I don't want to know.
I just I just, I need you to know that I love you, darling.
I love you.
Please (HE SOBS) David, I can't deal with this.
No, David, I can't deal with it.
(DOOR SLAMS) (DOORBELL CHIMES) Sandra? What the world needs now is love, sweet love.
It's the only thing that there's just too little of.
What the world needs now is love, sweet love.
No, not just for some, but for everyone See, you go to the pub, meet a girl, you know, have a few drinks, buy her doubles, get her laughing.
You're both a bit pissed at the end of the night, try and get your hand up her skirt.
I mean, that's the British way, that's the tradition.
- The British way? - Yes, you're flaunting that.
You're flaunting that with your computer.
You know that woman I told you about, who I've been seeing online? She's going to come over for a few days.
Dad, you're paying for a girlfriend? - I'm not paying for her to - You are.
You're real.