Welcome to Eden (2022) s01e03 Episode Script

Farewell Party

1 A NETFLIX SERIES [alarm clock beeping.]
- ["Poison" playing.]
- [beeping stops.]
I'm crazy, no kidding from me ♪ Yeah, yeah ♪ Yeah ♪ Play dirty ♪ Nothing for free ♪ I have to get to the top ♪ Yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ - [lock beeps.]
- Keep dreaming, I'll never stop ♪ - Yeah, yeah ♪ - [doors beep.]
Yeah, yeah ♪ Ha, ha, ha ♪ Ha, ha, ha ♪ [song fades.]
[monitors droning.]
[keyboard clacking.]
[console clicks, beeps.]
[soothing music playing on PA.]
[indistinct chatter.]
[birds singing.]
[computer thrumming.]
- [indistinct chatter.]
- [drone blades whirring.]
[console clicking and chiming.]
- [music swells.]
- [dramatic sting.]
- ["Edén" playing.]
- I'm locked ♪ Locked in a perfect cage ♪ Askin' myself again ♪ Is this how it's gonna end? ♪ This fuckin' game ♪ - [birds singing.]
- [calming music playing.]
Newbies! Please, gather round.
I got news for you.
The weather's improved, and I was informed that your boat will be setting sail today.
- [Zoa.]
Oh, that's so great.
- [Charly.]
By noon tomorrow, it should arrive here at the island.
We should do something.
Take advantage of our last day.
- What should we do? - I need a phone, man.
I need my secretary to rework my agenda.
- [Ulises.]
There's no phone network here.
- How'd you hear about the boat, then? We have other forms of communication.
Do you guys think we're a bunch of dumbasses? Take it down a peg, dude.
Yeah, man.
You seriously need to relax.
In the meantime, I'd like to invite you to join our day-to-day life.
- You'll approve.
- [Charly.]
Thank you so much.
We appreciate it.
[knife-grinder whistle blowing.]
[phone chimes.]
[line ringing.]
[cell phone ringing and vibrating.]
[mom grunts softly.]
[mom sighs, grunts.]
- [cell phone unlocks.]
- Hello? Mom, has Zoa called you? You know she never calls me.
What's up? It's been days since I've heard from her.
Well, she sent a message saying that she she is finding herself and not to look for her.
 That she's fine.
Did you girls have a fight? I guess.
We did, but nothing too crazy.
And what does your dad say? He's out of town now.
How long is he gone for this time? I don't know.
Two weeks or so? So, you're going to be home alone for two weeks? - You know what really freaks me out? - [mom.]
What? She ordered a cake for my birthday, but she didn't show up to celebrate.
Oh, Gabi.
I'm sorry.
Please don't think I forgot your birthday.
- I got tied up yesterday, and I just - No, it's okay, Mom.
It's Well, don't worry.
I'll take care of looking for Zoa, honey.
- Really? - Yes, yes.
I'll I'll take care of it.
- Thank you.
- No worries.
I love you.
- [Gabi sighs.]
- [phone beeps off.]
[tense music playing.]
What's wrong, man? I think I'm screwed when I get home.
Still haven't flown from the nest, huh? I left at 15.
I say, fuck family.
It's the first time I've seen those people around.
I bet they came on a boat.
You're a real chatterbox, aren't you, Chopin? My name isn't Chopin.
- [tense music building.]
- Don't act like you know me.
Yeah, well, I do know I'm the only one keeping these guys in check.
- Look, we'll be gone by tomorrow.
- You're so naive, Chopin I'll fuck you up if you call me Chopin again! Dude, what the fuck is wrong with you? You guys do what you want, but I'm gonna get off this island right now.
[tense music fades.]
[excited chatter.]
[vehicle approaching.]
- [engine stops.]
- [parking brake clicks.]
- [Zoa.]
That's dope.
- You wanna go for a ride? Yeah.
- [door unlocks.]
- Come on in.
[energetic music playing.]
- Cool, yeah? - Yeah.
[energetic music building.]
- You okay? You sure? - [Zoa.]
- Let's go.
Watch your step.
- [Zoa sighs.]
[gentle music playing.]
I don't know anything about diving.
Well, don't worry.
It's only your first time.
Hey, question.
Are there kids here? Kids? No.
Why? I saw one last night.
He was 11 or so.
Where was this? - [Zoa.]
Outside the module.
- Impossible.
You must have been tired or stressed out.
It happens.
I know what I saw.
[door slams.]
- [objects clattering.]
- [tense music playing.]
Hello? Zoa? Zoa? How did you get in? Mom! [scoffs.]
You need to throw those keys away.
Dad said that [kisses.]
I don't want to hear about your dad.
He have a girlfriend? [Gabi.]
Like I know.
How old is she, 14? Here, sweetheart.
Happy belated birthday.
Two weeks to ourselves.
I'll take care of you.
You'll take care of me.
[bag rustles.]
What do you say? Don't worry.
Your dad won't even know I was here.
Hear anything about Zoa? Weren't you looking for her? - Yeah.
A cop friend is on it.
- [suitcase unzips.]
He said not to worry because she'd be back.
And that's it? Well, it's not the first time she's been gone for five days.
Mom, I talked to Judith's parents, and they're worried too.
She hasn't come home either.
Well, there you go.
The two of them ran off together.
Think they're hookin' up? That's stupid.
Come on, Gabi.
Don't overthink it.
I disappeared a bunch when I was Zoa's age.
I bought chicken.
We'll just fry it, okay? Fucking listen to me for once.
It's like I'm the only one who cares here.
Don't you talk to me with that tone of voice.
Do you want to be grounded already? [gentle music playing.]
I get Zoa now.
I would have left too.
- [gulls calling.]
- [breeze blowing.]
[oxygen tanks hissing.]
[bright music playing.]
So, what did she say to you when you were diving? [Zoa.]
What did who say to me? Eden.
The island.
- What? - A talking island? Of course, a talking isl - Listen, don't you hear it? - [waves crashing.]
- It's talking to us.
- Hmm.
I must be deaf.
She says that she likes you a lot.
[gentle music playing.]
And that you're one of her favorite daughters.
She says not to worry about Gabi.
She's okay waiting for you.
There's no way she said that.
Hey, Mother Nature knows everything.
She knows all about us.
Syncs up with us, and, well, our hearts beat as one.
You feel that? - Boom, boom.
- [chuckling softly.]
- Boom, boom.
You don't feel it, huh? - [laughs.]
That's great.
What else does the island say? "The livestock industry emits as many greenhouse gases as the entire world's transportation.
" "The meat industry not only accelerates climate change, but excessive consumption of meat also has serious health consequences.
" "The poisoning of sea algae due to toxic spills in our seas and oceans" - [signing.]
What did you do this morning? - I washed the horses.
They were filthy.
- It's pumpkin with ginger.
- [Charly.]
- It all comes from our garden.
- [África.]
This is gross.
[group laughs.]
We never eat meat here.
- Not even burgers? Really? - No.
We eat burgers made from quinoa.
- I've never had quinoa before.
- It's what you're eating now.
Well, it's pretty fucking good, then.
[Ibón and Alma laugh.]
I'll pass.
Who knows what else is in this.
- Well, I think it tastes really amazing.
- [África.]
Hey, the boss is lookin' at you.
"Toxic algae invasion is unstoppable.
" "Its effects are devastating on mankind.
" "If actions aren't taken, swimming in the ocean could be banned forever.
" [girl.]
I followed all the company's protocols, and I warned my supervisor.
We were emitting CO2 way above the limit.
He did nothing.
[birds singing.]
So, I explained everything to the managers of the factory.
Several months went by, and nothing changed.
[gentle music playing.]
I posted a few tweets just to feel like someone was listening.
And then what happened? They found the tweets.
I was fired.
You see? They don't care about you.
To them, you're just faceless, voiceless pawns.
They'll die with fat bank accounts, and you will inherit a planet destroyed by their greed.
But they did you a favor, Bel.
If a bird doesn't try to fly, it will never know it lives in a cage.
- And it's all thanks to you, Astrid.
- No.
Thank you for sharing.
[birds singing.]
[bamboo fountain thunks.]
Oh, one more thing.
As some of you already know, this is the last night our guests will be spending with us.
Okay, come here.
- It's okay.
Don't be shy.
- [Charly chuckles.]
You've only been here for a few days, but it feels like we've known you forever.
We wish you the very best, and we hope it's not so much "goodbye" as it is "see you later.
" All right, all right, guys.
We don't wanna get too sentimental now, okay? And we have organized a celebration.
- So, let's party.
You know how we do.
- [group chuckles.]
- It's on at sundown.
- [group cheers.]
- [upbeat indie-pop music playing.]
- [girl.]
Whoo-hoo! I hold my own like a stone ♪ - There is no crushin' me ♪ - [Nico whistling.]
The fear is gone ♪ [Nico chuckles.]
- [cracks up.]
You don't like it.
- Mm-hmm ♪ It's monstrous, smoke and mirrors wake ♪ Will I always be a fake? ♪ And we gave anything, you've gone ♪ I wanted something That's out of bounds ♪ You can play your tricks on me now ♪ And we find out All your friends are low ♪ I gave anything, you've gone ♪ [song continues, muted.]
[ominous music playing.]
[gulls calling.]
[clock ticking.]
Gabi, what the hell happened to Zoa's room? Nothing.
It looks like a hurricane went through there.
Yeah, I'll clean it later.
Get yourself something for dinner.
I'm heading out for a drink.
Hey, let's see that pretty smile of yours.
All right, sweetheart? [kisses.]
- Who you going with? - [mom.]
Some friends.
You don't know them.
I took a few bucks from your sister.
Hopefully, she won't mind.
Remember our sacred rule? Don't say goodbye upset.
Don't wait up for me.
[door opens.]
[door closes.]
[waves crashing.]
[indistinct chatter.]
- Hey, you look amazing.
- Yeah? It's not too much? No, it looks great.
[both chuckle.]
I asked them to bring it for you.
Alma, I already told you.
I really can't play.
But everyone would love to hear you.
No, I can't play.
I - I know you can.
- [Astrid.]
Hey, you two.
- You okay? - How are you, Astrid? - [Erick.]
- Uh, sorry, but I can't play tonight.
What? Alma told us you play the piano beautifully.
It's not true.
I haven't played in a while.
- It's not something you forget.
- We'd be honored to hear you play, Ibón.
- [Astrid.]
As a farewell gift? Yeah? - [Erick.]
Come on.
[background sounds fade.]
[waves crashing gently.]
[gentle piano tune plays.]
[calming music playing as accompaniment.]
[piano music building.]
[dramatic pause, music crescendos.]
[Alma gasps.]
- [song ends.]
- [crowd applauding.]
[group cheering.]
Bravo! [soothing music playing.]
- [guy 1.]
Whoo-hoo! - [group cheers.]
[guy 2.]
Bravo! [Charly.]
Yeah, hot! - [guy 3.]
Yeah! - [Charly laughs.]
[Alma laughs.]
- [excited chatter.]
- [dance music playing.]
[techno music playing.]
No, no, no! No! No, my vibe.
You just killed it.
- That was your vibe? - I was just getting started, but, um How about you play something Latin, and I'll blow your mind? I will in a little bit.
I'm obsessed with your look.
What's your name? [takes a breath.]
How long you been Mayka, then? Since birth, I guess.
Oh, my bad.
I'm sorry.
I screwed up.
I, um Can we try again? Great.
Oh, hey.
I'm Charly.
What's up? - Yeah, I know that.
- [Charly.]
Oh, really? Had your eye on me or something? Not only you.
Uh Uh, is that a religious metaphor that I'm not getting, or How about one more guess? [gasps.]
The drone? You're flying it.
Well, I'm not not so photogenic.
Well, I am I just I'm better up close.
You're a bit too close, actually.
I'm sorry.
It's just that I've never met anyone like you before.
What's that mean? "Like you"? Well, I don't know.
I mean, you're different.
- [Latin dance music playing.]
- Oh yeah! That's cool.
You're gonna come and dance with me, right? No, sweetie.
I played it so you'd shut up and leave me alone.
[crowd cheering.]
[bottles clink.]
[drink pouring loudly.]
[background sounds swell.]
[sounds distort and echo.]
[Charly gulps, echoes.]
[background sounds fade.]
[bottle thuds, clinks.]
[Charly inhales sharply.]
[Charly exhales.]
[high-pitched ringing.]
[sounds distort.]
[Charly exhales deeply.]
[muted dance music thumping.]
[crowd cheering.]
[Charly exhales.]
[Charly breathing heavily.]
[Mayka sighs.]
[wristband whirring.]
[bottles clink, echo.]
[echoing stops abruptly.]
- [Charly grunts.]
- Yo, watch out.
[waves crashing gently.]
There you are.
Everyone's asking about you.
Not your scene? No, not really.
You're hard to impress, huh? You haven't enjoyed these past few days? [chuckles.]
It's not that, no.
It's just, I mean, for me, you know living in nature and all that, doing group therapy [sighs.]
It's really not my thing.
I'm sorry.
It's nothing personal.
Well, for me, it is.
I take my guests' happiness very seriously.
It's really my priority.
Like you with your followers, I guess.
You think they miss you? I don't care.
Come on.
- Come with me.
- [África chuckles.]
[ominous music playing.]
[upbeat dance music playing.]
[in sign language.]
Zoa's alone.
I'm telling you she's not.
Come on.
Go have some fun! You're such a pain.
- Hi, Zoa.
- Oh, hey.
I didn't know if I should come say hi before.
- Yeah, why? - I loved what you said today.
- Oh, it was nothing.
- I thought it was cool.
Hey, can we go talk somewhere quieter? [Nico.]
Hey, Bel.
Bel! I see you met Zoa.
We met just now.
I was telling her I loved what she said earlier.
- [Nico.]
It was beautiful.
- [Zoa.]
But Bel's been spoiling us with her stuff for a while now.
Yeah? Sorry.
I didn't know you were coming.
I'd have brought another bottle.
Oh, no, no.
It's okay.
Give her mine.
I don't want it.
You don't? - I had a bad experience.
- I don't know what you're talking about.
- [Zoa.]
Really? - Nuh-uh.
You don't have to drink that if you don't want to.
You can tell him no.
- [Zoa chuckles.]
I don't know.
- [Nico.]
Mm Well, okay.
Just a little bit, okay? [chuckles.]
[music grows louder.]
- [music continues in distance.]
- What's wrong? Is this about the kiss? Why'd you do it? I don't know.
I was proud of you, and I wanted to.
I'm sorry.
- You didn't like it? - Well, of course I liked it.
- Oh.
- But I don't know.
I I was surprised and nervous, and everyone was watching and, well But who cares? All right.
This will sound silly.
But did you kiss me for you or for them? [gentle music playing.]
I really like you, Alma.
I like you too, Ibón.
But I leave tomorrow.
You don't have to go then.
[ominous music playing.]
[Aldo sighs.]
[dramatic sting.]
[dance music continues playing.]
[cheering and whooping.]
Hey, it's you.
What's up? What's up with you, girl? What do you want? Yesterday you just left me hanging there.
Huh? What's wrong? You don't like me? Hey, am I gonna leave this place without a kiss? [Claudia.]
Listen to me.
You guys aren't leaving.
- Huh? - You are going to die on this island.
[ominous music playing.]
Charly! Charly! I found a way to escape, but we need to leave now! We're gonna die.
What? Are you listening to me, dude? - Charly? - We're gonna die.
- We gotta go now! Charly! - We're gonna die here.
Are you listening to me? What are you saying? Charly! [Charly.]
We're fucked.
[Aldo sighs.]
- [upbeat club music playing.]
- [crowd cheering.]
It's been two days since you posted anything.
How many people do you think have unfollowed you? They want more, and they always will.
But the moment you do anything that lets them down, they'll just dump you without a second thought.
And the whole empire you've built is gone.
Here, it's different.
- [card reader chimes.]
- [door unlocks, clangs.]
Come in.
Here, we see beyond the expensive clothes, the connections, and the fame.
Here, we love you for you, and forever.
- [África gasps.]
- [ice cubes clink.]
- [Astrid.]
You want a drink? - [gasps.]
So, does everybody drink champagne whenever they want to? If they want.
We discuss things like that at the assemblies.
I have big plans for them.
We're a small group now, but we'll get bigger.
Much bigger.
And what will you do at that point? Is there a plan or something? Save them.
Save them from what? Themselves.
Yeah, if they let you do it, I guess.
They're like children.
They accept their mother's authority because only she can guarantee their survival.
It's a two-way deal.
Obey us, and we guarantee you the best life.
That's how all families work.
When children become teenagers, they decide they don't need you anymore and get rebellious.
Do you remember your teenage years? [chuckles.]
I'd rather not remember, actually.
Were you happy? Were you fulfilled? - No.
- [Astrid.]
- [África.]
- Hmm.
They aren't deprived from the real world.
They're protected from it.
This way.
[gentle music playing.]
Can you show her out? I'm exhausted.
África could stay here in the guest room, right? It's her last night.
Tonight is my last night here.
- [Erick.]
- Hmm, is it? Uh, yeah.
- [waves crashing.]
- [people laughing.]
[indistinct chatter.]
[Aldo grunting.]
[Aldo panting.]
That was better.
Way better.
- I wouldn't joke about that, though.
- [man 1.]
Why not? [woman.]
Because these people are concerned about climate change.
[man 2.]
I don't give a fuck about climate change.
I mean, come on.
- I just them to keep giving us work.
- [Aldo gasps.]
That's for sure.
The Eden Foundation pays real fuckin' well.
[man 2.]
What do they do anyway? [woman.]
Absolutely no clue.
Come on in.
- Wow.
- [Erick chuckles.]
Well, make yourself at home.
You can do whatever you want in here.
I can't wait to get back home and, uh, tell my followers all about this place.
But to do that, first I need to understand what this place is.
What are you guys, Erick? Well, you have all night to figure that out.
Give me a hint or something.
[Erick chuckles.]
[calming music playing.]
And what does that mean? [Erick.]
Is anyone waiting for you? I mean, back at home.
Who's waiting? No one.
I've always lived by myself.
And your parents? [tense music playing.]
You know, something similar happened to me as a kid.
My parents were never there.
I had the chauffeur, Pedro.
He basically raised me.
In fact, if someone says the word "father," the one who comes to my mind is Pedro.
Well, you're very lucky.
- [Erick.]
- You had someone like him in your life.
Family is who takes care of you, África.
It doesn't matter if they're blood or not.
[waves crashing.]
[tense music playing.]
[Aldo grunting, strains.]
[static crackling on radio.]
- [Aldo grunts, panting.]
- [thudding.]
[energetic music playing.]
[Aldo panting.]
- [sighs heavily.]
- [boat creaks.]
[ominous music playing.]
[music fades.]
Thank you.
For what? For taking care of me.
Here, we all take care of each other, Zoa.
Will you miss me? Of course.
I'll be stuck with Claudia.
You know what that means? We've talked more in three days than I have with her in years.
[both chuckle.]
You'll miss me? - Maybe.
- Seriously? Wow, okay.
Well, thanks.
I'll miss you.
And I'm sure I'll miss the person that I am here with you.
You're evil.
- [Zoa.]
- You want to make me cry? No.
I wanna hear more about this talking island that you can hear but I can't.
- You won't like what it says.
- [Zoa.]
Really? It's saying you shouldn't leave.
Because if you do, I'll be stuck here without you.
- ["High Regard" playing.]
- Even now steering ♪ Towards harm ♪ Missing out ♪ Missin' the moon, mornin' ♪ Humbled now ♪ Daring to lose all ♪ If, of course ♪ You're tellin' me ♪ What's in sight, sight ♪ Raise a toast ♪ Sounding reveille ♪ You're still fine, fine ♪ If, of course ♪ You're tellin' me ♪ What's in sight, sight ♪ Raise a toast ♪ Sounding reveille ♪ Give it up to the light, to light ♪ - [song fades.]
- [motor running.]
[motor sputters, stops.]
[Aldo gasps.]
[bottles clinking.]
[ominous music playing.]
[Aldo sighs.]
[Aldo grunts.]
[gulls calling.]
Good morning.
I'm sorry, but I had to leave.
On your knees.
What? [device clicks.]
I said, "On your knees.
" [ominous music building.]
[device clicks.]
- What are you doing? - [device cocks.]
[device whooshes.]
- [music stops.]
- [gulls calling.]
[suspenseful music playing.]
[motor starts.]
[suspenseful music building.]
[suspenseful music continues playing.]
[energetic music playing.]
Subtitle translation by: Meredith Cannella
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