Wolf Creek (2016) s02e03 Episode Script


1 Oh, Nina.
Travelling in a fried-out kombi On a hippie trail Head full of zombie I met a strange lady She made me nervous She took me in And gave me breakfast And she said Do you come from a land Down Under Where women glow And men plunder? Can't you hear Can't you hear the thunder? You better run, you better take cover Okay, we have to fill all the water bottles.
- We can't wait here any longer.
- No.
No, we must not leave the bus.
We have to wait for rescue.
- This is what you said.
- Ah, Liebling, I know.
But things have circumstances have changed.
- We we have no choice now.
- No! - What about Johnny? - We can't stay here, Steve.
What if he comes back? And Danny? Whoever did this, he is still out there.
It was Mick the driver.
We all know that.
You don't know that.
None of us do.
Well, I think we can confidently say he killed Davo, yes? For Christ's sake, can we please just make a decision? - But why? Why would he do that? - What does it matter why? The only thing that matters is there's a madman with a rifle, and we're all just sitting here with targets on our backs.
I agree.
We need to move.
Is there anything else we can carry water in? - Yes, that.
- No, it's too heavy.
We need to be able to carry Michelle.
Are you seriously saying we're going to leave 20 litres of water just sitting here? We'll find more on the way, when we get to that hill.
You saw the birds flying around it yesterday.
They wouldn't have been there if it was dry.
Yeah, I think she's right.
The ridge is our best bet.
Ja, I also agree.
From the top, we may be able to see a farmhouse or a village or something.
Yeah, maybe.
Okay, can everyone please just grab what you can? I'm not leaving Johnny.
And I would not leave my daughter.
Nina, I do understand.
I do.
But we just have to think practically.
No, he's out there somewhere.
- With your husband.
- Yeah, I'm aware of that.
Fuck it.
I'm I'm I'm not going.
You can do whatever you want, but I'm staying here.
- I'm waiting for them.
- Johnny's not coming back, mate.
None of them are.
That's what we've got to wrap our heads around.
You think the same thing too? I don't know.
We have to go or we will also die.
But, Oskar We can't leave Emma.
Nina, please.
Who will remember them? Who will remember our beautiful daughter? We must go.
Don't stay.
You realise she's got burns to half her body and I suspect an inhalation injury as well? - What are you saying? - She's not going to make it.
Are you sure? Burns are hard enough to treat with the right gear, but we've got no antiseptics, no antibiotics.
She's going to die.
Okay, well - What if we get her help? - What help? What if we find a town or something? I don't know.
- By tomorrow? - Yeah.
We won't even make that hill by tomorrow.
Ready? Look, if she'd been treated in the first couple of hours, then maybe.
But as it is, she'll linger for a day or so, using up water, costing us energy.
- So, what are you saying? - Okay, on three.
Two three.
It's okay.
Wait a minute.
No, you're not saying that I'm just looking at the options to give us the best chance of survival, that's all.
Just thought you and I should talk about it.
No, she's coming with us.
Of course.
Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey.
It's okay.
It's okay.
How you doing? Oskar.
- Stop! - Okay, Nina! Oskar doesn't have his medication.
- I don't need it.
- He needs his pills.
Okay, there's a riverbed up ahead.
We can take a break there.
One, two three.
Did they fall out somewhere? I don't know.
- We have to retrace our steps.
- That would take hours.
You need them, Oskar.
I'm sure I saw them last night, at the camp fire.
- A small white bottle, right? - Ja, I had them there.
I took a couple of pills and then I put them into the rucksack.
And then we heard the noises.
Maybe I did not zip up the bag properly.
Well, what happens without them? - He has a heart attack.
- No.
Walking all day, with so little water? It's for hypertension.
- There's nothing here.
- Course there's nothing here.
We're in a dry fucking riverbed.
This could go for hundreds of miles.
Johnny! Johnny! I'm guessing no-one has any orienteering skills.
It was still a thing when I was at uni.
Do you have any other hobbies we should know about? Maybe a degree in desert survival? Well, I can fly a plane.
Brian and I, we'll go back to the coach.
We'll find your pills and bring back as much water as we can.
So let's fill one bottle with what we have left.
We'll take a bit with us and leave the full one with you.
If we're walking, we're going to need more than that.
They've got plenty of shade here.
What about Michelle? She needs as much fluids as she can get.
- One bottle won't be enough.
- Kelly, it's just what we have.
- And we'll be back with more.
- Should we really be separating? - Yes! - I will be okay.
- Nein, Oskar.
- We'll We'll be as quick as we can.
I promise.
I took a reading before we left, so we can just follow that back.
- And I did a pace count.
- Right.
There's a good landmark, so it shouldn't be too hard to find.
You should conserve your battery.
You saw Michelle's legs? She's losing fluid into the epidermis.
Meaning what, exactly? Oh, all the water she can drink won't replace the lost blood volume.
10 to 12 hours, her organs have shut down and that'll be it.
You know, never once in my whole life, I've never wanted to really hurt someone.
Now I do.
It's all I can think about, just killing this guy and saving Danny.
Which is precisely what he wants you to think.
It's working.
I suppose I'm more focused on survival than revenge.
This is not how I planned on going out.
That's our spot.
Just over that.
More? Love you, Kel.
Save your energy.
I love you too, hey? Everybody loves you, Chell.
Doesn't make any sense.
Shouldn't have happened like this.
I shouldn't have left like that.
I should have been gay.
Nah, that just would have made it worse.
You'd be cheating on me with all these hot girls.
I'd be going, like, insane.
And you'd be saying, "It's just sex.
" And I'd be thinking, "What's wrong with me?" I'd get all depressed.
You'd dump me for some international supermodel.
I'd end up throwing myself off Niagara Falls.
There's nothing wrong with you, Kel.
You're the best person I know.
Always better as friends.
I'll just keep being pissed at God for making you straight.
Hey, when we get out of this, we're gonna write a book and we're gonna sell millions of copies and get filthy rich and buy a mansion on the Gal�pagos Islands.
And we can ride around on sea turtles.
You got it.
The whole world will know about our epic adventure.
You'll tell them, right? Yeah.
Yeah, I'll tell them everything.
Even better, we'll tell them together.
Right? Hold on a minute.
This tree is green.
Yeah, the roots are getting water.
You were digging in the wrong spot.
Nein, Oskar, you're not shovelling.
It's okay.
I'll do it.
Oh Thank you.
I don't see anyone.
Still Should we wait a bit longer? Well, he would have known we've left by now, surely.
Why would he just wait around? Okay.
I'll get water, medication, anything else that isn't burnt.
You wait here.
Keep an eye out.
If you see anyone, you wave, and I'll get out of there.
Unless, of course, it's a van with a red cross on it.
Come on.
Come on.
Oh, shit.
Oh, shit.
No, no, no, no, no.
Brian! Brian! Brian! Fuck! Oh, shit.
Oh, shit.
Oh, shit! Shit! Oh, fuck.
We've gotta go.
Keys? No.
How do I stop him driving this thing? Tyres.
We need something sharp.
Jesus! What's wrong? Plan B.
We need a Plan B.
What are you doing? Yeah, I'm gonna shoot this sonofabitch.
- How's that for Plan B? - You ever fired a gun before? No.
But I'm a fast learner.
No, no, no, no, no, no.
Rebecca, I am not fucking with you.
You have never fired a shot before in your life.
Think about that.
This man is a crack shot.
And despite what I might think, Danny could still be alive.
Even if you do manage to kill him, alive or dead, you will never find your husband.
Oh, fuck! So, what's your Plan B? Get his water bag.
Go! Let's go.
Uh Uh Smart.
Can he fix a truck with sand in the tank? Not without a garage.
He'd have to take the whole tank off.
So he's like us now? Screwed? On foot, not much water, one weapon down.
Say the odds are a little more even.
Bah! Jesus.
Can you turn can you turn the lights off? It's so bright in here.
We're outside.
It's so bright.
Are we? Are we? Honey, we're outside right now.
We'll go inside soon.
Come on, you bastard.
Move! You beauty.
Do you really think Danny could still be alive? Well, that depends on what this is all about.
Well, it can't be about just wanting to kill us all, 'cause he could have done that when he drugged us on the coach.
So he's enjoying the game.
It's much more fun for him if you and Steve think they are still alive.
How much time did you spend with those people? Those those murderers in prison? Well, it's hard to say.
100 hours or so, maybe more, give or take.
Well, were you ever able to get inside their heads? Occasionally.
The definition of evil, I guess.
No, I disagree.
To them, it's a purely subjective experience.
They're just being practical.
Ethical, even.
But that No, to rationalise deliberately harming anyone, that just flies in the face of any basic human instinct.
On the contrary.
It's base evolution in its purest form.
Take right now, for example.
What about right now? Well, right now, your primary goal is to get out of this mess alive, right? - Yeah, of course.
- So we've got all the water.
We have momentarily incapacitated our predator.
Let's forget about the others and go it alone.
We'd stand a much better chance of survival.
That's condemning five other people to death.
Which is their problem, not yours.
That makes no sense, because evolution is about the survival of an entire species, not the individual.
It's just a hypothetical.
Simply trying to demonstrate that to a criminal psychopath, just makes basic common sense.
Nothing to do with evil at all.
That being said I've never seen anything like this guy before.
I'm not sure how you'd classify him.
I think we've overshot to the north slightly.
Yes, it's down there.
Come on.
Come on.
There we go.
Emma! Nein! Nein! - Emma! - Shh Emma! Guys.
Hey! Nein, nein - She's got a gun.
- Oskar Emma No sign of Johnny and Danny? Nothing? No, but it is Mick, and he has a truck, but Brian disabled it.
So he could have picked them up and taken them somewhere.
- Possibly.
- Well, where, though? - Can you keep going? - Yes.
Thank you.
Now that I have my pills, I'm fine.
- What about you? - Yeah.
I'm good.
Maybe he knew, like, a cave or something.
- So, what do you both think? - I think they could be alive.
So, did you find any cartridges for this thing? Easy, tiger.
That's loaded.
- But he can't get us now? - I doubt it.
He can't drive and he can't carry more than a day's water.
So if we stay ahead of him, then you'll be able to put some distance.
- Or we could go back right now.
- Calm down, Steve! That's not happening.
We have to stay ahead of him.
Brian is right.
We must make the hill.
Find water, food.
Get our strength back.
We can't do what he wants us to do.
I'll take that.
You ready? One, two, three.
Easy, easy, easy, easy.
I still think we're running away.
It's a defensive withdrawal, Steve.
- He has a rifle.
- Yeah, well, so do we.
A shotgun doesn't have nearly the same range as a hunting rifle.
I just don't get it.
You had a chance to take him You weren't even there, tough guy! - You have no idea.
- I would have shot him! Can we please just focus on what we are doing? Careful.
You okay? Come around.
Have you been in many fights? Being gay and Asian in the '80s? What do you think? - I give as good as I get.
- Really? Yeah.
If some gutless closet gay is gonna bash me because they're pissed off with themselves, then I'm gonna make sure they remember it.
I don't know what I would do in a fight.
My advice? Stand your ground.
Never back down.
And never let the bastards know that you're scared.
- Oh! - Nina! - Oh! Arggh! - Nina! - Nina! - Oh! It was an accident.
Oh, ja? Should I accidentally break your fucking face? Enough, Oskar, please.
He didn't mean to.
- I slipped.
- Steve, can you help me? Okay.
Scheisse! - It is dislocated.
- Are you sure? Yes, I'm sure.
Come, we must get the pack off.
Okay, come.
Let it go.
Hold the arm.
Hold the arm at the end.
- You know how to fix this? - Let me have a look.
- Okay.
- I did this last year.
Me and my brother were climbing and he fell.
- I'm gonna need your shirt.
- Sure.
Soon as we went online, we got down and went online I'm pretty sure I can remember.
Okay? Okay.
Just keep looking.
Shh It should only take a minute or two.
All right? The muscles will relax.
They'll give in.
- It should just pop back in.
Okay? - Squeeze my hand.
It's a good technique.
This wind is picking up.
We're losing light fast.
I'm gonna see if I can find shelter.
- It's all right.
- Okay, I need to get in.
- Bring that up.
- Aah! It's taking a while because the muscles around the socket are cramping up, but I can feel them easing off now, okay? You're doing really great.
This'll be on us in a minute.
We need to get further up.
There's shelter.
- We're not separating.
- I never said we should.
- Good.
- Okay, ready? Whoa! - Thank you, Kelly! Thank you! - Thank you, YouTube! Okay, there's an overhang.
We need to move fast.
Let's go.
I'll help with Michelle.
- It's okay.
I got this.
- Okay.
I'm gonna make a little sling.
- Come on! Let's go! - Ready? On three.
One, two, three! Guys! Wait! It's a car! - No way.
- It can't be him, right? Not unless I mean, do you think he could have? I wouldn't think so.
What's he drive? What's his car look like? It's a blue Ford truck.
I mean, can you see it? Jesus! Maybe it's not him! I'm going! - Hey! - Kel! - Hey! - Help! - Wait! - For fuck's sake! Torches off! We need to get to cover.
Come on.
Take the end.
- Hey! - Hey! Stop! - Hey! - Stop! Help! Hey! Hey! Stop! Hey! Hey! Steve! Steve! Hey! Hey! It's him! Steve! Steve! Steve! Aah! Steve! Did you see the car? Maybe he does know how to take a tank off after all.
If it's him, that means he's mobile again.
With a rifle.
I think we need to move again.
- Tonight.
- What, in this? Seriously? From the top of that ridge, he won't be able to surprise us.
He can't drive up.
There might be better shelter, more water.
- We can't go now.
- It's the safest place Brian, it's pitch black and blowing a fucking gale.
As soon as the sun's up, we go for it.
What about Kelly and Steve? Well, if they're not back by morning, they'll meet us up there.
They know where we're heading.
Well, when we move, we'll have to move fast, because we'll be in the open.
I mean, if we're gonna get this guy, every second we're out there, we risk being seen.
Kelly? Hey.
It hurts so bad.
I'll get I'll get you some water, okay? No.
I can't do this anymore.
I can't.
I can't.
Shh, shh, shh, shh, shh.
Close your eyes.
It's gonna be okay.
Shh, shh, shh, shh.
It's okay.
Shh, shh, shh.
It's okay now.
We should get some rest.
You'll need your strength in the morning.