Who Killed Sara? (2021) s01e09 Episode Script

Watch the World Burn

1 I don't have to tell you that César and I have been friends for over 30 years now.
Our entire career.
But that's the problem with knowing where a man's sins are buried.
His evil will bring you down with him in the end.
No matter what, eventually [exhales.]
all those dirty business deals you tried so hard to avoid, all of them come back to you, one by one, baby.
I mean it.
To screw you over.
To remind you that you failed as a friend and as a partner.
Don't play the victim with me, you fuck.
César couldn't have done anything shady without you.
I always played fair in business.
But César surrounded himself with crooked people, unreliable people.
The accountant? The accountant, yes.
What really happened to Jorge Ortega? No idea.
I don't have that information.
And Flor Sánchez? - What? - Flor Sánchez.
She worked at the casino 20 years ago.
I don't know what you're talking about.
She was killed by the Lazcanos.
They abused her.
They forced her to do things.
No, I think you have a perfect memory of what happened to her.
What I know is, for weeks now, I've been getting threats from people that César swindled.
I'm getting death threats thanks to that bastard.
He likes to see the world burning for the simple pleasure of seeing it glow.
To feel he's in control.
What am I doing here? I came to save my ass.
And what do I have to do with that? Huh? Help me bring down that fucking son of a bitch who destroyed our lives.
That ruined us.
You have the balls.
And I have the resources.
I'm here to propose being your ally.
[tense music playing.]
A NETFLIX ORIGINAL SERIES [opening theme music playing.]
[ethereal music playing.]
[woman whimpers.]
[woman sobbing.]
[ethereal music continues playing.]
[phone vibrating.]
["I Am the Fire" by Ghost Monroe playing.]
FIFTEEN MISSED CALLS RECENT CALLS - SOFÍA Rings and rosies ♪ Everybody's falling down ♪ [crying.]
I've got your posies ♪ Stuff your pockets, turn around ♪ They said it'd be quick, but it's been over an hour.
What's going on? - What if something happened? - Relax.
Sit down.
Is she fine? [Chema sighs.]
[breath freshener spraying.]
Let's go, Chema.
Right now? - Leave Clara here? - Let's go.
No, that's not what I'm saying.
I mean leave Mexico.
[pensive music playing.]
It's very simple.
Just let me ask my partner to transfer me somewhere.
Chema, you're not getting it.
I don't want our child to grow up around your family.
Wasn't what happened last night enough? Wake up.
Don't you realize who your dad is? Look at your face.
What he did to Rodolfo.
It's really fucked.
We're done.
- That's all.
- [Lorenzo.]
How do you feel? [Clara.]
The doctor said it went well.
We have to wait for the embryo to take hold.
- Did it hurt? - No.
A bit.
[Clara sighs.]
The baby's here.
I only have one question.
- [Chema.]
What is it? - Who's the father of the baby? Because you both can't be, right? We'll know once the baby is all grown up.
We'll see who it looks like.
Let's go eat, and then we'll rest.
Maybe just a rest.
- That okay? - Let's go.
Yeah, come on.
Careful, careful.
- Wait.
Just a minute.
- I'm okay.
I'm fine.
I'm fine.
I need to see you.
You have something I'm interested in, and Uh, could I call you back in just a little while? Great.
No, no, no.
No, I'll call you.
Yeah, sure.
Thank you.
Who was that? Who was what? [chuckles.]
Who were you just speaking with? Oh, uh It was just a friend that I haven't seen since I got out of jail.
- A friend? - Mm-hmm.
I thought you didn't have any friends.
Well, you thought wrong.
You want breakfast? I'll bring it.
Have a seat.
[Elisa sighs.]
Hey, you.
I'm looking for a girl named Imara, a waitress here.
- Where is she? - I don't know.
I'm sorry.
[tense music playing.]
Imara disappear.
I've been having the exact same dream for years.
But I'm not sure if it's a real memory or a nightmare, you know? - [Álex.]
So, you're just not sure? - I can't say.
I can't figure out why I have this feeling, this pain, this anguish, but I don't know if it's only my imagination.
[phone rings, vibrates.]
[phone ringing, vibrating continues.]
[phone beeps.]
- I'm sorry.
Go on.
- You all right? Yeah, I'm fine.
Álex, I'm really not buying your excuses.
Who called you? I told you.
What exactly do I have to do to make you trust me? You have the keys to this house, don't you? [chuckles.]
So what? If I didn't trust you, I wouldn't have given them to you.
So you regret it now? No, not at all.
You're welcome whenever you want.
You've been apprised of my plan.
I trust you.
Okay, then.
Why the secrets? [inhales.]
Look, what are you gonna tell your parents when they hear about us? How will you explain it, huh? I don't know.
One thing at a time, okay? My issue right now is I feel like you're not being honest.
- Álex, what're you gonna do? - [shushing.]
What's your next move? Who you going after next? - How can I help? - Listen to me.
Look, whatever happens, just know I'll always take care of you.
I swear you'll be all right.
Now and forever.
Okay? I promise.
See you later.
[melancholy music playing.]
[retreating footsteps.]
[phone keypad beeping.]
What's going on? And how was your dinner at José María's? You have to take charge of the marketing campaign.
We have to spin this shit they're throwing at us, whatever the cost.
Make a donation to a hospital or whatever.
The agency is already working on it.
- Get her off my back.
- Why? Let's talk, all right? Go and see about the campaign.
Excuse me.
[muffled casino music playing.]
["Out of Your Mind" by Altitude Music playing muffled over car stereo.]
[suspenseful music playing.]
Oh, we're here, thank God.
Finally! [engine shuts off.]
- Okay now.
You good? - Yeah.
As soon as you're in, put her to bed and don't let her get up.
You're not gonna stay awhile? I have to go to the office.
I've been gone since the morning.
[suspenseful music playing.]
- [Clara moans.]
I'm okay.
- Slowly.
We have to finish up our chat.
Hmm? [pensive music playing.]
[engine starts.]
You heard Lorenzo, right? You go directly to bed, madam.
- Oh please! - You're a mother now.
[both laugh.]
[tense music playing.]
Mom? What are you doing here? Who let you in? Your housekeeper, on her way out.
But, you know, if you'd given me keys to your place like Rodolfo did when he married Well, that doesn't matter now.
How good to see you, Clara.
What's up, Mom? Last night you made some serious accusations about your father.
I came to have a talk with you.
This is a very bad time.
Why are you with this woman all day long, glued to her side? How about you worry about your marriage and leave me alone? Clara, I'm sorry you have to be on your way now, but I need to speak to my son.
Clara isn't going anywhere, Mom.
Well, quite frankly, I needed to speak to you at a very difficult moment of my life.
But I see that you have other priorities.
Doña Mariana.
It was me who saw Don César kissing another woman.
In the bathroom at the casino.
At first, really, I didn't even know who they were, but then I realized that Well, that she's, um, Rodolfo's wife.
Didn't you have enough at José María's place? You want more? [sighs.]
This is serious, César.
You're not affected by the fact I'm expecting your grandchild? I'm affected because my son is still married to you instead of finding himself a real woman.
I wanna talk about that.
I'm dying to hear.
César, you know exactly how Rodolfo is going to react.
[drink pouring.]
We both know he'll never forgive me for what happened.
He might be a good dad, but our marriage is over completely.
Because of me.
Since when does the daughter of a chef have the right to give me marital advice? I don't know what the two of you are up to, but I never gave you my permission to speak in that way about me.
Clara is carrying your grandchild now, Mom.
She was inseminated.
That's why she's here.
[Mariana laughs.]
Insemination! [gasps.]
Like the sheep, Dolly! This is an aberration.
It's crap.
César, I need you to help me with this.
Last night Rodolfo didn't come home to me.
And what can I do? I need to rent an apartment for Bruno and me.
I'll get a job.
That's what my degree is for anyway.
- I have to start from zero.
- From zero? You know how I started? I decided life is just a game.
The only option is to win.
All this time, I've tried to teach you to be a winner.
But you're not a good pupil.
You don't know how to bet high.
Aren't you happy for me that I'm finally finding some meaning in my life? Huh? - I'll have the family I always wanted - You already have a family! Don't delude yourself like that! Will you help me? Will you? Hmm? [Chema.]
What family do you mean? The family that made me leave my own house because I told them I [shudders.]
I was gay, because I came out of the closet to you guys? The family that did this to my eye? Is it that family? Get undressed.
I'll never, ever forgive you for what you just did.
It's not normal.
And it's bad! I promise you that your father My dad's cheating on you in your fucking face with your daughter-in-law! For God's sake, open your eyes! And you defend him for this? [pensive music playing.]
I don't ever wanna see you again.
Now get out.
What? - I was thinking - You thought wrong.
I said you gotta learn how to play, but you're not doing it right.
So keep on practicing.
Go on.
Get out of my house.
You can forget about ever seeing your grandchild! [door opens.]
[door closes.]
- You see her stare - Not now, Clara.
[birds chirping.]
[somber music playing.]
Thanks for answering my call and for coming.
Elisa told me what happened last night.
I found out the child Sara was expecting wasn't mine.
And that my father is fucking my woman.
You all right? Huh? What do you think, man? I don't know what to do.
I want nothing to do with Sofía.
And your father? What? Don't you think he owes you an explanation? I can't talk to that man.
Every time I try to, he just finds a way to spin things around, and everything ends up being my fault.
They can fucking die for all I care.
Well, finally, the CEO is growing a pair, huh? I could kill those motherfuckers with my own hands, you know? I don't want anything to do with Sofía, my dad, or his fucking companies! That's what I'm talking about, bro.
That's it.
Enough, man.
I asked you here not to talk about all that.
I don't even wanna think about all that.
I just wanna think about when we were young.
When you were my best amigo.
I want to laugh again.
[melancholy music playing.]
Have you heard from Nicandro? Is he on social media? Facebook, Instagram? I need to find him right away.
I don't know much.
I don't think he likes the Internet.
He doesn't have any of those accounts.
He sent me an email, like, seven or eight years ago.
He sent me a photo.
He said he was fine.
I replied, but then emails started coming back undelivered.
Diana the Huntress sent me videos recorded on the day my sister passed.
The only people recording were Chema and Nicandro.
And Chema misplaced the videos, no? So maybe Nicandro is Diana the Huntress.
Bruno? [keypad beeping.]
What are you doing? Hi, Auntie.
Look, it's just I just have to get this door open because I lost my phone, okay? I lost the other phone, but I have to open this door because Lost and Found's in there.
The code was working yesterday, and now it's not.
- Don't even try - Bruno, stop.
That's enough.
What's going on? What's back there? - The basement.
- The basement? [tense music playing.]
Excuse me.
I'm César Lazcano's daughter.
I need you to open that door.
I don't have the new code.
They changed the code? Orders of Don Sergio.
Imara couldn't have left.
Imara? - Who is that? - [Álex.]
Imara Bartha Almassy.
23 years old.
She's a girl who works at the casino.
- [Bruno.]
You know her? - Yeah.
I know her.
What's going on? What's going on? Well, that's what I'm trying to find out.
What the hell is going on? Last time, I saw her in the basement, and she told me she was scared, that she needed my help.
And I did nothing.
- I did nothing.
- Calm down, Bruno.
All right? I'm going to help you.
Okay? But I need you to tell me everything you know about Imara.
She's missing.
What? [Bruno.]
She's she's gone.
I don't even know how to open the door.
Bruno! - [woman.]
It's on your calendar.
- That's great.
- Thank you very much.
- Counselor.
The clients are about to arrive.
They're just in the parking lot now.
- Perfect, Marcela.
- Of course.
- And I - Listen, asshole.
What the fuck is my woman doing at your place? Um, excuse me, but I think you must have the wrong person and location.
The question's very simple.
Are you doing it with my woman or not, you pretty asshole? I saw her coming in and out of your place.
She stayed over last night.
She said she was with some guy.
You guys fucking? Am I not being clear about this, bro? [Marcela.]
Want me to call security? Shut up, bitch-ass! I'm not moving.
I don't know where you came from, but remember you're in an office with a bunch of lawyers.
Stay right there.
Don't you fucking move! Truthfully, I don't know what Clarita's thinking.
And your pussy little tie for fags.
Huh? Watch your ass, you prick.
I might just get trigger-happy.
- And you, cover up your tits.
- Hey! [door slams shut.]
[heart monitor beeping.]
- Don't fear those who kill the body - [Mariana.]
Elroy! but cannot kill the soul.
But rather be afraid of the one who can destroy both body and soul in Hell.
- [young Elroy.]
Yes, ma'am? - Where've you been? - I went to - And please, don't tell me any lies.
After everything I've done for you.
What did you see that has you all worked up? [both moaning.]
- Something happened to my children? - No.
- [glass rattles.]
- [drink pouring.]
Now, will you tell me what happened? You and I have always been truthful with one another.
We have a special relationship.
Very special.
We tell each other everything.
What are you doing up? Nothing.
Waiting for you.
Where were you? Went out for some air.
Elroy wanted a glass of milk, and I poured it for him.
But now I'm going to bed.
I'll wait up for you.
You all right, Elroy? I'm fine, Don César.
[suspenseful music playing.]
[dog barking.]
I saw the woman you're looking for.
- Imara? - You didn't see the news? She's dead.
She was murdered.
BODY OF YOUNG WOMAN FOUND AT CONSTRUCTION SITE I need you to give me any information you have on her.
I don't know anything about her or any other missing women.
No, I just Miss Lazcano? You all right? Yes, I'm fine.
Pardon me.
You'll have to excuse me, but you can't enter this area.
- Why not? - Orders from your father.
No, José María.
It wasn't on the street.
It was in the middle of my damn office.
Everybody saw the scene that your boyfriend made, Clara.
But [sighs.]
I mean, is this guy dangerous? Has he hurt you? Did he ever lay a hand on you? That's why I had to throw him out, because he can be very violent.
Well, we can't just sit here and do nothing.
- You're staying in this house, Clara.
- Wait a minute.
Not so fast, people.
We can't be hasty here.
This guy knows where we live.
Yeah, and? At least Clara isn't alone here.
She'll be in our company, have two men to take care of her and protect her.
This creep can't hurt her or our baby, Lorenzo.
He can't.
This'll be your home for the next nine months, okay? [pensive music playing.]
[distant siren wailing.]
Come in.
You can stay as long as you like.
Thank you.
We're gonna find out who killed her.
Yeah, we're gonna find out.
We're gonna find him and make him pay for what he's done to us.
Trust me.
That's the second time you've said that.
And the first time, I got screwed.
But that first time was a pact made directly with my dad.
Not with me.
And this time, it's a pact made between just us.
I won't let you down, Álex.
If it's gonna cost me my life, it's worth it, man.
[melancholy music playing.]
Buenas noches.
[young Rodolfo.]
I love you.
I love you.
I love you.
I'm telling you, I have no idea where Rodolfo is now.
Why don't you ask his family? Maybe they've seen him, don't you think? First we'll have to speak to the authorities, ma'am.
Do what you have to do.
I'm certain César Lazcano isn't going to like Rodolfo's name mentioned by the police.
Why don't you go? [bodyguard.]
Excuse us.
- [retreating footsteps.]
- [sighs.]
[pills rattling.]
Are you getting divorced? [melancholy music playing.]
Everything will be all right.
I'm doing everything possible so that things don't change, my sweet boy.
- Rodolfo won't be living with us.
- Don't worry about that.
And you're expecting his baby? I'll fix everything.
Look at me, Bruno.
I've never told you a lie.
It'll be all right.
Do you believe me? Mom It's time for bed.
You have school tomorrow.
You're waking up early.
Go on.
Get your rest.
[pensive music playing.]
No, no.
I don't want to talk about me.
It's Bruno.
Your son needs you.
, JULY 17, 2013 [pensive music continues playing.]
- [phone chimes.]
MAYBE Come on.
Speak up.
[phone chimes.]
He was killed? - [distorted voice.]
- Know who it was? Come on, motherfucker.
Speak up.
OFFLINE [tuts.]
Álex? [Álex.]
I'm in here.
I thought you'd be staying over last night.
I needed to think about some things.
[phone ringing.]
- Like? - Well [chuckles.]
Huh? - Once again? - Once again what? You go and hang up the phone and don't tell me what the hell is going on, Álex? Remember, I'm on your side.
- No, you're not.
- What? I have a vendetta against your family.
You don't.
I've planned this for 18 years.
There's things you cannot know.
I mean, that you don't wanna know.
Well, don't decide for me.
I'm with you, Álex.
You realize how hard it is to be with you and not feel like I'm betraying my entire family? If it's so hard, why don't we break it off here? - [Elisa scoffs.]
- Huh? You were last to the party.
Why not be the first to leave? - Yeah? - Yeah.
Well, then maybe you should've let me know this was just a hook-up to make up for the sexless 18 years you had to spend in prison.
But it's not.
Because this is real.
Shit, this this is the realest thing I've experienced in years.
But don't make me choose.
- I've spent too long planning this - [Marifer.]
Álex! I called before coming, but the line was cut.
- Um, is this bad timing? - No, not at all.
No, no, you're fine.
This is Elisa.
Chema and Rodolfo's sister.
This is Marifer, Sara's best friend.
Hi, nice to meet you.
- I mean, I could come another time.
- No.
You should really stay.
I gotta go.
Elisa, stay.
You need to see this.
- Are you sure? - Yes, I'm sure.
You wanna stop feeling guilty about being with me? Do you wanna know who your family really is? You ready? Take a seat.
[dramatic music playing.]
[woman on video screaming.]
[woman on video screaming, sobbing.]
["Fyre" by Rosie Oddie & Filippo Cimatti playing.]
Don't let a monster through your door ♪ She will make a nest under your floor ♪ If you lock a dragon in a cage ♪ He'll do anything he needs to get away ♪ There is a fyre ♪ And we do not have the water To put it out ♪ Put it out ♪ There is a fyre ♪ And we do not have the water To put it out ♪ Fyre ♪ There is a fyre ♪ And we do not have the water To put it out ♪ Put it out ♪ There is a fyre ♪ And we do not have the water To put it out ♪ Fyre ♪ Fee-fi-fo-fum ♪ Look at what we've done ♪ Fee-fi-fo-fum ♪ Look at what we've done ♪ Fee-fi-fo-fum ♪ Look at what we've done ♪ Fee-fi-fo-fum ♪ Look at what we've done ♪ Don't leave a dragon in the woods ♪ Your mind has said you never should ♪ If you tie a dragon to a tree ♪ He'll do anything he can to break free ♪ There is a fyre ♪ And we do not have the water To put it out ♪ Put it out ♪ There is a fyre ♪ And we do not have the water To put it out ♪ Fyre ♪
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