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Black Mirror (2011)

 episode script

season 4 - episode 3
"Crocodile"

Created by

Charlie Brooker

Written by

Charlie Brooker

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S04-Ep.03: "Crocodile"

Architect Mia scrambles to keep a dark secret under wraps, while insurance investigator Shazia harvests people's memories of a nearby accident scene.

TRANSCRIPTION

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-["Strict Machine" playing]
-♪ Wonderful electric ♪

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-[bottle smashes]
-[laughing]

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♪ Cover me in you ♪

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Woo!

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♪ I'm in love ♪

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♪ I'm in love ♪

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♪ I'm in love with a strict machine ♪

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-♪ I'm in love ♪
-[man] Fuck, yeah! Come on!

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♪ I'm in love ♪

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♪ I'm in love with a strict machine ♪

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["Strict Machine"
continues playing in car]

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[woman laughing]

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-♪ I'm in love, I'm in love ♪
-[chattering]

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♪ I'm in love with a strict machine ♪

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[high-pitched]
♪ I'm in love, I'm in love ♪

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♪ I'm in love with a sick machine ♪

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[stifles laughter]

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[man laughs]

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[softly] ♪ I'm in love-- ♪

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-[brakes screech]
-[crashing]

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[tires screeching]

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[panting]

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I didn't see him, Mia.

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-[slamming]
-[man] Fuck!

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Fucking hell, man.

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-[Mia] Rob, we've gotta go and look.
-[car door opens]

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[grunts]

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[car door slams]

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-[whispers] Oh, my gosh, Rob.
-Hey.

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It's all right, baby.

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[Mia breathes heavily]

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[Mia whispering] Oh, my God...

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[whimpers, exhales]

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[moans]

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[Mia whimpers]

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-Fucking...
-[Mia] Oh, my God!

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[Rob] Fuck.

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-Rob, we've gotta call someone.
-[phone beeps]

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No, no, no, no, no, no.
Fucking hell, Mia. Think, OK, hey?

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You need to think, baby.

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-We've been fucking caning it, yeah?
-Yeah.

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And I-- [stammers]

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This is prison, yeah?
A fucking instant prison.

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I've got fuck knows how much drink in me,
I fucking hit a guy.

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Now, they will put me in the cell.
I'm the driver, they'll fu--

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They'll put me in a cell
and fucking keep me there.

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-That's what they'll fucking--
-We can't just leave him here.

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-Shut the fuck up, Mia! Shut--
-And just leave him here in the road?!

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I need to fucking think, OK?
[whimpers] I need to think.

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Fuck!

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[Rob stammering]
OK, there's, there's a lake over there.

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And there's a sleeping bag in the boot.
You keep an eye on the road!

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-No.
-[Rob] Keep an eye on the road!

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No.

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No!

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-[Rob] Mia.
-Don't.

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Mia, come on. Get the bag with me.
Get the bag.

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[Mia retches]

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-[Mia] No. No, get off.
-Baby, come on.

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[grunting, straining]

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[grunting]

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Fuck.

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[sighs, strains]

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[Rob grunting]

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[Rob sighs] You get the fucking rocks,
I'll stack them, OK?

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I need more fucking rocks.

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[sniffs]

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Just put a pile,
put the fucking pile there.

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-[rocks crunch]
-[Rob] Put the pile...

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[panting] Close it up. Close it up.
Close his head. Close his head.

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[Rob] Three...

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two...

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one.

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[water splashes]

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[Mia] Um, it's an honor
to be speaking here today

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amongst such impressive company.

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Uh, I'm thrilled to have been shared--

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I'm thrilled to have been asked to share
my vision of the future, such as it is.

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Looking around at a world
of injustice, intolerance

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and huge environmental challenges,

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it's hard to imagine a bright future,
but we can and we must.

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It's the only way that we can build
a better tomorrow.

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[Mia] Um...

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So I'll start with a funny story.

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[computer mouse clicks]

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[keys jangling]

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-[soft rock music playing]
-[Mia] Right. I'm off.

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Bye-bye. [kisses]

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[man whistling]

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-See you later on.
-[Mia] See you tomorrow.

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OK.

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-[Mia] Have a nice day.
-You too.

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-Bye, Mom!
-There we go.

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[phone bleeps]

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[car blinker ticking]

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[dog barking]

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-[chain rattles]
-Hiya, puppy.

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[barking continues]

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One moment.

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-Coming!
-[sniffs]

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Just a second!

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-Mrs. Carmichael?
-Yes?

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I'm here on behalf of Realm Insurance.

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Just need to log your recollections
about the accident.

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-Am I all right to come in?
-Uh, OK then.

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[door closes]

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[man] Someone who has risen to become

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one of the most innovative architects
of her generation.

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Not just an architect of buildings,
but communities.

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But enough of me telling you about her.
Please welcome Mia Nolan.

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[applause]

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Thank you, Martin. Thanks.
It's an honor to be speaking here

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amongst such impressive company.

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[pizza van beeps]

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[automated voice] Good evening,
welcome to Fences Pizza.

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Your pizza is ready for collection.

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[knock on door]

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[Mia] Hello?

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-[Rob] It's me.
-Hey. Hey.

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-Did your chin catch Dutch fur disease?
-[Rob] Yeah, fuck you.

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[laughs]

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I didn't say I didn't like it. Come in.

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What's it been?
It's been like two years now, hasn't it?

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Uh, three.

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Dropping in on my hotel room,
it must be important.

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-Shall we find somewhere to eat?
-Yeah, well, I...

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I got in touch 'cause I saw that
you were in town

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for what is it,
some, some architecture thing?

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It's a forum, they call it.

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People actually pay to come
and listen to me talk. [scoffs]

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Imagine that.

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Almost does my head in. [laughs]

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And you're looking good.
Is that the gym?

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Well, you look--

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I look like dog shit, Mia.
I'll save you the bother.

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Dried-up dog shit.

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-[Mia] Do you want a drink?
-I knocked it on the head.

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What, you quit, like fully quit?

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[Rob] Nine months, three weeks, two days.

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Well done. Well, that's great.

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You go ahead.

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-Really, go on.
-You sure?

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-Absolutely.
-OK.

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[Mia] You picked a terrible place
to come see me 'cause it reeks of hops

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all the way down the street outside here.

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-Did you notice that?
-[Rob] No.

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-[Mia] It's like a full-on beer smell.
-[bottle opening, fizzing]

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Can't help your sobriety, that.

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But I probably shouldn't be talking
about booze, should I? [sighs]

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Rob, I hope you're not here
to talk about what I--

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It's about that, yeah.

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I've been thinking about it again,
that night.

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-[Mia] Rob.
-I can't not think about it.

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We said that we'd put it out of our minds.

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Weren't we just gonna try and keep it out?

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[Rob] I can't. I'm sorry.

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It was a long time ago.

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Well, in here, it's now.

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Yeah, I know.

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Why today?
Why is it preying on your mind today?

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-[Rob] There's a news story.
-A news story?

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[paper rustles]

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Uh, a featured article.
Well, whatever you call it.

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[stammers] I printed it for you.

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Mia?

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That-- That's her. It's his wife.

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-You don't know that's his wife.
-There is a photo of him at the bottom.

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It's him.

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And the poor cunt, they never found him.

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So she never remarried.

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She never fucking moved house.

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She stayed where she is
in case he came back.

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All this time, Mia,
she's still waiting for him.

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That's dreadful. But what can we do?

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I'm gonna write her a letter.

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-No.
-Anonymous.

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-I am not gonna mention you.
-Rob, no.

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You'll open up God knows what,
you'll just rake it all up.

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-[stammers] I can't live with it, Mia.
-There's things they can do.

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'Cause they can trace it back.

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They can trace it.
They'll find the body, they'll find us.

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-They won't find us.
-Yes, they will, then we're fucked.

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Look, when I quit alcohol,

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they told me to make amends
with anyone I've ever hurt.

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Who have I hurt more than her?

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Also say you're not supposed
to hurt anyone else. What about me?

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-What about her?
-No, no, no.

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No.

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No! Fuck!

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[exhales, whimpers]

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It was your idea.
It was your fucking idea!

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-[Rob] I know. I know, and I'm sorry.
-[sobs]

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Fifteen years, 15 years,
the fucking shame, the fucking guilt!

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I've got somewhere. I've got a life.
You don't know, don't understand.

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[Rob] That's not the point, though.

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-You don't understand.
-[scoffs]

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You're not married.
I've got a son. He's nine years old.

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You've seen photos of him.
Think of him, please.

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I'm sorry.

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[Rob sighs]

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I sat on this for you.

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-I fucking sat on this for you!
-I'm sorry. I'm sorry!

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Hey, look at me.

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[sniffles]

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[sighs]

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Look at me.

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I've made up my mind,
and that's how it is.

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Please, please, please.

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Please, please, please, Rob.
Hey, listen, I understand. I understand.

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Do you?

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Yeah. Come on, let's talk about this.

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No, no, I can't stay here.

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-[Mia] No, no, no, no.
-What are you doing? Let go!

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Mia, I'm fucking leaving.

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[Rob] What are you doing?

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Mia, let the-- Mia, let the fuck--
Let the fuck-- go!

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-[crashing]
-[Rob] Fuck...

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-[Mia sobs]
-Ah!

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[head cracks]

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[Mia gasps]

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[Rob groans]

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-[Mia grunts]
-[choking]

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[choking continues]

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-[Mia strains]
-[groans]

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[Mia gasping]

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[choking stops]

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[breath quavering]

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[Mia panting]

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[exhales]

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["Anyone Who Knows What Love Is" playing]

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[pizza van whirs]

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[whirring, crashing]

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[man screams in pain]

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[pizza van alarm bleeps]

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[man groans]

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-[woman] Huh?
-[exhales]

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[man] Codger.

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That's his name, Codger. [laughs]

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-What?
-[guinea pig squeaks]

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-Ah, you don't like him.
-Oh, it's not that.

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-It's so hard to get presents for you.
-No, I like him. He's... fluffy. [laughs]

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Exactly. No, Ali's gonna love him.

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It's just we've got a lot going on,
what with Ali and...

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I'll take him back. The pet shop guy
was OK. It won't be a problem.

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00:16:24,440 --> 00:16:28,920
No, no, no, no, you're right.
It'll be good for Ali.

246
00:16:29,520 --> 00:16:31,080
Codger stays.

247
00:16:31,160 --> 00:16:33,480
-He's... Codger the lodger.
-[laughs]

248
00:16:33,560 --> 00:16:35,280
[baby crying]

249
00:16:35,360 --> 00:16:37,600
Changing time. Uh...

250
00:16:39,280 --> 00:16:42,080
-Happy birthday.
-Thanks.

251
00:16:44,360 --> 00:16:46,840
-[baby continues crying]
-[laughs]

252
00:16:48,560 --> 00:16:50,280
[squeaks]

253
00:16:54,000 --> 00:16:56,840
[clicks, bleeping]

254
00:16:59,680 --> 00:17:02,920
[police radio chatter]

255
00:17:03,000 --> 00:17:05,160
-[knocking on door]
-[man] Room service.

256
00:17:06,599 --> 00:17:07,560
[clears throat]

257
00:17:12,119 --> 00:17:14,160
-[card bleeping]
-[man] Lovely, thank you.

258
00:17:16,319 --> 00:17:17,280
[door opens]

259
00:17:18,960 --> 00:17:19,920
[door closes]

260
00:17:32,240 --> 00:17:33,640
[sexual moaning]

261
00:17:33,720 --> 00:17:38,320
-[Mia grunts]
-[moaning continues]

262
00:17:39,920 --> 00:17:42,400
[sexual moaning in background]

263
00:17:46,880 --> 00:17:47,880
[exhales]

264
00:18:12,000 --> 00:18:13,600
[cart rattles]

265
00:18:50,720 --> 00:18:53,840
[phone vibrating]

266
00:18:58,800 --> 00:19:02,000
[vibration continues]

267
00:19:04,360 --> 00:19:06,840
Hi. Hiya, love.

268
00:19:07,800 --> 00:19:10,280
Yeah, it was...
No, the speech went great.

269
00:19:10,360 --> 00:19:12,240
Yeah, I'm back in the morning.

270
00:19:14,160 --> 00:19:16,480
I'm just tired, that's all.

271
00:19:16,560 --> 00:19:17,640
Um...

272
00:19:18,320 --> 00:19:21,040
Did he? Oh, that's great.

273
00:19:21,120 --> 00:19:22,480
No, don't put him on.

274
00:19:25,680 --> 00:19:27,520
[sighs]

275
00:19:31,160 --> 00:19:33,000
Hi, hey.

276
00:19:34,240 --> 00:19:37,760
Hey, Dad said you were great
in your rehearsal for your play.

277
00:19:37,840 --> 00:19:41,600
You had a good rehearsal?
Yeah, I'm proud of you.

278
00:19:43,800 --> 00:19:44,640
Yeah.

279
00:19:48,480 --> 00:19:49,480
I love you.

280
00:19:58,440 --> 00:20:01,320
-[clanging]
-[chattering]

281
00:20:04,560 --> 00:20:06,920
[chains jangle]

282
00:20:11,640 --> 00:20:14,640
[exhaling, grunting]

283
00:20:23,480 --> 00:20:26,080
[sizzling]

284
00:20:44,800 --> 00:20:46,960
[body crashing, sizzling]

285
00:21:26,360 --> 00:21:27,840
[typing]

286
00:21:27,920 --> 00:21:29,200
So that's one night.

287
00:21:29,280 --> 00:21:33,120
You had room service
and a £9.99 charge for the movie.

288
00:21:33,480 --> 00:21:34,800
For a movie?

289
00:21:34,880 --> 00:21:38,520
You... you watched a film last night, no?

290
00:21:38,600 --> 00:21:41,280
Yeah. I was in last night, yeah.

291
00:21:41,360 --> 00:21:42,320
[card reader bleeps]

292
00:21:45,560 --> 00:21:46,400
Thanks.

293
00:21:46,480 --> 00:21:48,080
-Thank you.
-[elevator dings]

294
00:22:09,840 --> 00:22:12,880
[alarm blares in distance]

295
00:22:46,560 --> 00:22:47,440
[knocking]

296
00:22:50,920 --> 00:22:53,640
I'm from Realm Insurance,
about the pizza van accident.

297
00:22:53,720 --> 00:22:54,840
[man] Oh, come in.

298
00:22:54,920 --> 00:22:55,920
[woman] I mean,

299
00:22:56,000 --> 00:22:59,720
it'll cover you for up to four months,
but that is quite a substantial claim.

300
00:22:59,800 --> 00:23:02,520
Well, I was heading off on tour
with the Philharmonic next week.

301
00:23:02,600 --> 00:23:04,880
Europe, Middle East, Australia.

302
00:23:04,960 --> 00:23:06,520
-Not now.
-Mm.

303
00:23:07,000 --> 00:23:09,280
As I'm sure you appreciate,
with a payout of this size,

304
00:23:09,360 --> 00:23:12,640
-we will need to investigate the accident.
-Yeah, of course.

305
00:23:12,720 --> 00:23:16,680
Now, that stretch of the street has
a security camera, vandalized,

306
00:23:16,760 --> 00:23:19,600
by some kids, I'm guessing,
paintballed right in the wrong place.

307
00:23:19,680 --> 00:23:21,080
But the, um...

308
00:23:22,200 --> 00:23:25,280
delivery van thing must've had a camera.

309
00:23:25,360 --> 00:23:27,360
-Not working.
-Oh, for God's sake.

310
00:23:27,440 --> 00:23:30,640
No, that's actually good for your claim.
Fences Pizza's a big company.

311
00:23:30,720 --> 00:23:33,280
They've been claiming
their driverless fleet has a good record.

312
00:23:33,360 --> 00:23:34,200
[man scoffs]

313
00:23:34,280 --> 00:23:37,240
The malfunctioning camera,
that's a step toward negligence.

314
00:23:37,320 --> 00:23:40,640
So if we can prove full liability,
you could also consider filing

315
00:23:40,720 --> 00:23:43,080
a substantial civil case
under our litigation wing?

316
00:23:43,680 --> 00:23:45,000
Could be a lot of money.

317
00:23:46,040 --> 00:23:47,280
Yeah, OK, I'm sold.

318
00:23:47,360 --> 00:23:48,520
Great. [chuckles]

319
00:23:49,160 --> 00:23:50,680
Now, I'll just hook you up

320
00:23:50,760 --> 00:23:52,360
-to the recaller here.
-[whirring]

321
00:23:52,440 --> 00:23:54,720
-[man] It's one of those memory dredgers?
-[bleeps]

322
00:23:54,800 --> 00:23:57,800
[woman laughs] We prefer "corroborators."

323
00:23:57,880 --> 00:24:01,240
-[man] Police things, aren't they?
-Mm... Not since last year.

324
00:24:02,320 --> 00:24:03,920
We all have them now.

325
00:24:04,400 --> 00:24:05,280
Right.

326
00:24:05,360 --> 00:24:07,040
-May I?
-Yeah.

327
00:24:15,480 --> 00:24:17,600
-[man] I feel like a specimen.
-[laughs]

328
00:24:18,480 --> 00:24:20,120
[suctions, bleeps]

329
00:24:21,000 --> 00:24:26,720
[woman] So, this accesses engrams,
your memories of what happened.

330
00:24:27,080 --> 00:24:28,560
Now, they're subjective.

331
00:24:28,640 --> 00:24:32,240
They may not be totally accurate,
and they're often emotional,

332
00:24:32,320 --> 00:24:36,760
but by collecting a range of recollections
from yourself and any witnesses,

333
00:24:36,840 --> 00:24:39,160
we can help build a corroborative picture
of the whole.

334
00:24:39,240 --> 00:24:41,400
[man] I don't remember anything.
It's a total blank.

335
00:24:41,480 --> 00:24:43,520
Oh, I've got something that might help.

336
00:24:44,720 --> 00:24:46,400
[man] What, getting drunk?

337
00:24:46,480 --> 00:24:49,560
The accident happened a few hundred
meters from the Castle Port Brewery.

338
00:24:49,640 --> 00:24:50,520
[bottle fizzes]

339
00:24:50,600 --> 00:24:53,320
The whole area smells like a pub.

340
00:24:56,720 --> 00:24:58,960
No sipping, just take a sniff.

341
00:24:59,040 --> 00:25:01,440
Aroma's a great memory boost,
helps anchor you

342
00:25:01,520 --> 00:25:02,840
-to where you were.
-[sniffs]

343
00:25:03,480 --> 00:25:05,120
Oh... that's familiar.

344
00:25:05,200 --> 00:25:12,160
OK. Now, hold that smell in your mind,
close your eyes and picture the street.

345
00:25:12,240 --> 00:25:13,800
[man exhales]

346
00:25:14,760 --> 00:25:17,520
[bleeping, whirring]

347
00:25:19,280 --> 00:25:21,240
[woman] Getting something now.

348
00:25:22,040 --> 00:25:28,080
-Yeah. I went to a sort of comic shop...
-[static whirring]

349
00:25:28,160 --> 00:25:30,240
[man] Culty stuff. Um...

350
00:25:32,720 --> 00:25:36,720
I think it started snowing
when I came out.

351
00:25:37,760 --> 00:25:39,880
Heavy snow, um...

352
00:25:40,200 --> 00:25:41,800
There was music from a car.

353
00:25:41,880 --> 00:25:45,760
-[bleeping]
-["Anyone Who Knows What Love Is" playing]

354
00:25:45,840 --> 00:25:47,280
I like that song.

355
00:25:48,880 --> 00:25:51,800
[man] There was a woman in a yellow coat
coming towards me.

356
00:25:53,600 --> 00:25:55,520
[woman] Good recall on her face.

357
00:25:55,600 --> 00:25:59,680
She had this weird lipstick on.
It stood out.

358
00:25:59,760 --> 00:26:01,160
And she's pretty.

359
00:26:01,240 --> 00:26:03,520
-[music continues]
-Um, yeah, yeah, and that, too.

360
00:26:03,600 --> 00:26:07,640
Well, the more emotional your response,
the more vivid your memory of it is.

361
00:26:08,400 --> 00:26:14,320
So there was the music and a girl,
and then what happened?

362
00:26:14,400 --> 00:26:19,080
[man] Well, I went to cross the road,
wasn't really thinking about anything,

363
00:26:19,160 --> 00:26:21,360
-and, uh...
-[car screeching]

364
00:26:22,600 --> 00:26:25,320
And that's just when it just goes. Um...

365
00:26:25,400 --> 00:26:29,320
That's OK.
What you've given me is already useful.

366
00:26:29,400 --> 00:26:30,880
-[man] Really?
-

367
00:26:30,960 --> 00:26:34,480
[woman] Well, I've got someone
to look for, Little Miss Yellow Coat.

368
00:26:47,720 --> 00:26:49,680
-Hey.
-[man] Ah, the wanderer returns.

369
00:26:49,760 --> 00:26:53,520
-Yeah.
-You don't know how to fix this, do you?

370
00:26:53,600 --> 00:26:57,200
Um, yeah, I'll have a look at it later.

371
00:26:57,720 --> 00:26:59,280
-[boy] Hi, Mom.
-[Mia] Hi, you.

372
00:26:59,360 --> 00:27:01,160


373
00:27:02,600 --> 00:27:03,960
Tonight's the big night.

374
00:27:05,320 --> 00:27:07,920
♪ We coulda been anything
That we wanted to be ♪

375
00:27:08,000 --> 00:27:09,000
[boy] Dad!

376
00:27:10,280 --> 00:27:12,920
-School musical, Bugsy Malone.
-[clears throat]

377
00:27:15,240 --> 00:27:16,280
You all right?

378
00:27:17,200 --> 00:27:19,200
Yeah. Yeah.

379
00:27:19,720 --> 00:27:22,120
They've got this, um, sound system
for the backing tracks

380
00:27:22,200 --> 00:27:25,280
that they can't work out
and I said I'd help them out.

381
00:27:25,360 --> 00:27:27,920
So... I'm gonna be there all day.

382
00:27:28,400 --> 00:27:30,200
You're gonna die
of loneliness here, are you?

383
00:27:30,280 --> 00:27:31,640
[Mia] Yeah, I'll be fine.

384
00:27:32,240 --> 00:27:35,120
[man] Well, we'll see you later, 7:30.

385
00:27:35,200 --> 00:27:36,840
-[Mia] Mm-hmm.
-Don't forget.

386
00:27:36,920 --> 00:27:37,840
I won't.

387
00:27:38,960 --> 00:27:41,680
-[man] See ya.
-[boy] See you later.

388
00:27:41,760 --> 00:27:42,800
[Mia] Bye.

389
00:28:28,280 --> 00:28:30,280
[distant sirens]

390
00:28:42,680 --> 00:28:43,640
[phone bleeps]

391
00:28:48,080 --> 00:28:49,400
[phone clunks]

392
00:28:49,480 --> 00:28:52,320
[engine moaning]

393
00:28:53,000 --> 00:28:54,120
[engine fires up, beeping]

394
00:28:54,200 --> 00:28:55,520
[candy bag rustles]

395
00:29:10,960 --> 00:29:13,120
[woman] It was only yesterday.
You're efficient.

396
00:29:13,200 --> 00:29:15,680
The fresher the memory,
the stronger it is,

397
00:29:15,760 --> 00:29:18,480
and the stronger the memory,
the stronger the case.

398
00:29:18,560 --> 00:29:22,200
I'll also just get you
to take a sniff of this.

399
00:29:22,280 --> 00:29:25,040
-[bottle fizzes]
-[laughs]

400
00:29:26,880 --> 00:29:29,720
[laughs] God knows what they think
we're doing in here.

401
00:29:29,800 --> 00:29:31,040
[laughs]

402
00:29:31,120 --> 00:29:35,880
If you close your eyes,
I'm also gonna play a piece of music.

403
00:29:36,320 --> 00:29:38,080
["Anyone Who Knows What Love Is" playing]

404
00:29:38,160 --> 00:29:40,640
God, yeah, yeah, that, that was on.

405
00:29:41,920 --> 00:29:43,280
How weird.

406
00:29:43,360 --> 00:29:46,160
Hold those things in your mind
and picture what you saw.

407
00:29:46,240 --> 00:29:48,520
-[music continues]
-[sniffing]

408
00:29:52,960 --> 00:29:56,600
I was on Stanhope Road,
near the hotel place,

409
00:29:56,680 --> 00:29:59,720
looking at flats and stuff,
you know, window shopping.

410
00:30:00,480 --> 00:30:02,600
I saw this guy walking towards me.

411
00:30:03,520 --> 00:30:06,240
I remember thinking
he looked sort of sweet.

412
00:30:06,800 --> 00:30:11,440
The music was coming from the car,
which pulled off.

413
00:30:12,880 --> 00:30:15,320
Actually that was when
the delivery thing drove past.

414
00:30:15,400 --> 00:30:16,240
[static buzzing]

415
00:30:16,320 --> 00:30:19,040
Fences Pizza?
What sort of speed was it going?

416
00:30:19,120 --> 00:30:20,880
You mean, was it going too fast?

417
00:30:21,760 --> 00:30:23,200
Um...

418
00:30:23,560 --> 00:30:25,760
-Try and focus on the vehicle.
-Maybe.

419
00:30:27,800 --> 00:30:29,440
-[woman] Um...
-[bleeping]

420
00:30:29,520 --> 00:30:31,520
[sighs] Um...

421
00:30:32,280 --> 00:30:34,360
I don't know. I couldn't really say.

422
00:30:35,320 --> 00:30:36,640
What about the impact itself?

423
00:30:37,160 --> 00:30:40,360
Well, I didn't really see it.
I just saw the aftermath, really.

424
00:30:40,440 --> 00:30:42,840
[crashing, man screaming]

425
00:30:42,920 --> 00:30:44,800
-
-[controller clicks]

426
00:30:44,880 --> 00:30:46,960
[screaming replays]

427
00:30:47,040 --> 00:30:47,880


428
00:30:47,960 --> 00:30:51,040
A moment earlier
you saw a bright light?

429
00:30:51,120 --> 00:30:54,000
Yeah. Like a camera flash just before.

430
00:30:54,720 --> 00:30:56,720
Just outside the dentist place.

431
00:30:59,360 --> 00:31:00,840
-[recaller beeps]
-Hmm.

432
00:31:36,000 --> 00:31:37,680
[scrubbing]

433
00:31:58,440 --> 00:31:59,440
[doorbell buzzes]

434
00:32:00,160 --> 00:32:02,920
[woman] And I'm assuming
your window glazing's soundproof.

435
00:32:03,000 --> 00:32:06,600
-[dentist] Yes, we get the odd screamer.
-I won't bother with the music then.

436
00:32:06,680 --> 00:32:09,040
Look, to be honest,
the memory's a bit embarrassing--

437
00:32:09,120 --> 00:32:13,520
-Don't worry, I've seen it all.
-Do you have to use that thing?

438
00:32:13,600 --> 00:32:18,080
Look, your memories
will be sealed and private.

439
00:32:18,160 --> 00:32:21,000
Unless they indicate you're harming
yourself or another person.

440
00:32:22,440 --> 00:32:23,640
Go on then.

441
00:32:29,800 --> 00:32:31,520
[suctions, bleeping]

442
00:32:31,600 --> 00:32:32,600
[sighs]

443
00:32:34,240 --> 00:32:36,240
[recaller bleeping]

444
00:32:36,320 --> 00:32:37,440
[crunches on candy]

445
00:32:38,640 --> 00:32:39,920
[static bleep]

446
00:32:40,000 --> 00:32:41,880
[dentist] I'd had a patient.

447
00:32:41,960 --> 00:32:43,840
Hmm, so I see.

448
00:32:43,920 --> 00:32:46,880
[dentist] She left around six, I think.

449
00:32:47,560 --> 00:32:49,240
I stayed to clear up.

450
00:32:50,160 --> 00:32:51,680
You saw something from the window?

451
00:32:52,360 --> 00:32:53,440
[dentist sighs]

452
00:32:53,520 --> 00:32:55,440
There was a guy in the hotel window.

453
00:32:57,560 --> 00:32:58,520
Well, what can I say?

454
00:32:59,320 --> 00:33:02,000
[dentist] He was picturesque.

455
00:33:02,080 --> 00:33:03,920
[controller clicking]

456
00:33:04,240 --> 00:33:05,680
[woman] Did you take a photo?

457
00:33:06,200 --> 00:33:08,120
-[candy crunching]
-[dentist] Well, I tried to.

458
00:33:08,200 --> 00:33:12,040
I left the flash on by mistake,
so all I got was the reflection.

459
00:33:12,120 --> 00:33:13,200
[camera shutter clicks]

460
00:33:13,800 --> 00:33:15,920
-[woman] And then?
-I was going to take another one.

461
00:33:16,960 --> 00:33:19,880
I saw some woman staring at something.

462
00:33:20,800 --> 00:33:24,800
So I looked down,
it was just a load of commotion.

463
00:33:24,880 --> 00:33:29,160
[dentist] There was a woman
in a sort of lime coat.

464
00:33:29,240 --> 00:33:31,520
[crunching] Hmm, yellow actually.

465
00:33:31,600 --> 00:33:34,720
-[dentist] Well, I knew it was vivid.
-Well, memories can be subjective.

466
00:33:34,800 --> 00:33:39,600
What we do is build up an overall average,
a crowd-sourced picture of reality.

467
00:33:41,000 --> 00:33:41,840
[recaller bleeps]

468
00:33:41,920 --> 00:33:44,200
Did you see the vehicle
that hit the pedestrian?

469
00:33:44,320 --> 00:33:45,680
Any sense of its speed?

470
00:33:45,760 --> 00:33:49,120
I didn't see the actual crash, sorry.

471
00:33:49,200 --> 00:33:52,320
[beeping, whirring]

472
00:33:56,240 --> 00:33:57,560
OK. [exhales]

473
00:33:59,280 --> 00:34:03,040
-You won't tell anyone about the photo?
-[recaller bleeps]

474
00:34:04,040 --> 00:34:05,800
Don't need to put that in my report.

475
00:34:06,520 --> 00:34:07,680
It's safe with me.

476
00:34:18,280 --> 00:34:20,040
[hotel clerk] That'd be room 304.

477
00:34:20,120 --> 00:34:21,800
Can you tell me who stayed there?

478
00:34:22,160 --> 00:34:24,720
-You're not the police?
-No, but...

479
00:34:24,800 --> 00:34:27,200
Then you'd have to lodge
for an information request for that.

480
00:34:27,280 --> 00:34:29,200
But that could take up to a week
to process.

481
00:34:29,280 --> 00:34:31,560
Sorry, management's an ass about it
ever since that thing

482
00:34:31,639 --> 00:34:33,600
with what's-his-name,
the judge of Hot Shots?

483
00:34:33,679 --> 00:34:37,440
Anyway, he got caught with a rent boy
and, um, a tabloid got his name

484
00:34:37,520 --> 00:34:39,440
by hacking our booking system, and yeah,

485
00:34:39,520 --> 00:34:41,640
they're tight as anything
about the rule now.

486
00:34:41,719 --> 00:34:43,840
Oh, the woman I'm after
hasn't done anything.

487
00:34:43,920 --> 00:34:46,040
I just think she might have
seen something outside

488
00:34:46,120 --> 00:34:47,960
yesterday evening about 6:30.

489
00:34:48,040 --> 00:34:49,080
Oh, I can...

490
00:34:50,120 --> 00:34:54,640
I can tell you that she wasn't outside...
and I know what she was looking at.

491
00:34:54,719 --> 00:34:56,440
[gentle scoff] How so?

492
00:34:56,520 --> 00:35:02,280
I can't tell you who she is but, um,
she's into interesting films.

493
00:35:02,760 --> 00:35:05,440
We log the in-house movies that people
watch and, um...

494
00:35:06,640 --> 00:35:07,680
her choice stood out.

495
00:35:08,800 --> 00:35:11,320
Oh. [laughs]

496
00:35:12,400 --> 00:35:15,320
-How nice for her. Thanks.
-[laughs]

497
00:35:16,880 --> 00:35:18,880
[seagulls squawking outside]

498
00:35:20,360 --> 00:35:21,760
[computer bleeps]

499
00:35:23,800 --> 00:35:25,560
Oh, bless you.

500
00:35:26,400 --> 00:35:28,000
[man] How's the pizza accident going?

501
00:35:28,080 --> 00:35:30,920
[woman] Hmm. A pain in the ass.

502
00:35:31,000 --> 00:35:34,560
Can't pinpoint liability 'cause no one
agrees on the speed of the bloody thing

503
00:35:34,640 --> 00:35:37,240
and I can't find anyone
who actually saw the impact.

504
00:35:37,320 --> 00:35:39,160
Well, not yet.

505
00:35:40,000 --> 00:35:41,600
[sighs]

506
00:35:41,680 --> 00:35:44,680
Except maybe smudge face here,
whoever she is.

507
00:35:47,120 --> 00:35:49,400
-[computer bleeps]
-[woman] Oh, bingo.

508
00:35:49,480 --> 00:35:53,640
Mia Nolan.
You might be the one, if you'll talk.

509
00:35:53,720 --> 00:35:54,840
What, if she'll talk?

510
00:35:54,920 --> 00:35:59,080
She was doing something embarrassing
in the hotel room,

511
00:35:59,880 --> 00:36:01,960
watching a porn film.

512
00:36:02,040 --> 00:36:04,480
She might not want me
poking around in her head.

513
00:36:04,920 --> 00:36:06,160
[man chuckles]

514
00:36:06,600 --> 00:36:11,680
She's, like, 50 miles out of town.
Do you mind if I head there now?

515
00:36:12,240 --> 00:36:13,360
It's a bit late.

516
00:36:13,440 --> 00:36:16,680
Oh, if I sew this up in 24 hours,
I get two times bonus.

517
00:36:18,760 --> 00:36:19,680
Well...

518
00:36:21,840 --> 00:36:24,200
Go. Go.

519
00:36:24,760 --> 00:36:26,360
[keys jangle]

520
00:36:39,520 --> 00:36:41,000
[inhales]

521
00:36:45,200 --> 00:36:50,880
-["Anyone Who Knows What Love Is" playing]
-♪ I know I won't ever let you go ♪

522
00:36:50,960 --> 00:36:57,640
♪ Oh, it's more than I could ever stand ♪

523
00:36:57,720 --> 00:37:00,840
♪ Oh, but anyone ♪

524
00:37:00,920 --> 00:37:02,600
[music continues]

525
00:37:02,680 --> 00:37:05,720
♪ Who knows what love is ♪

526
00:37:07,280 --> 00:37:10,920
♪ Will understand ♪

527
00:37:20,680 --> 00:37:21,680
[doorbell buzzes]

528
00:37:31,280 --> 00:37:33,320
Hi, I'm Shazia. I'm from Realm Insurance.

529
00:37:33,800 --> 00:37:36,720
-I've already got insurance, thanks.
-[Shazia] I'm not selling anything.

530
00:37:36,800 --> 00:37:39,560
I'm following up on an incident
you might've seen, a road accident.

531
00:37:40,000 --> 00:37:41,600
I don't know anything about an accident.

532
00:37:41,680 --> 00:37:43,160
[Shazia] This was only yesterday.

533
00:37:45,440 --> 00:37:48,320
-[Mia] An accident?
-On Stanhope Road.

534
00:37:48,400 --> 00:37:51,520
Medina Plaza Hotel, a pedestrian
was hit by a delivery vehicle,

535
00:37:51,600 --> 00:37:53,520
Fences Pizza, driverless.

536
00:37:54,920 --> 00:37:57,000
Um... [laughs]

537
00:37:57,080 --> 00:37:59,760
Right, yeah. I'm sorry, actually I did.

538
00:37:59,840 --> 00:38:03,680
When you first mentioned it, I just didn't
think of it, but um... yeah, I did.

539
00:38:03,760 --> 00:38:05,200
So you saw what happened?

540
00:38:05,920 --> 00:38:08,880
[Mia] Uh, yeah,
there was a guy crossing the street

541
00:38:08,960 --> 00:38:12,200
and this little van thing sort of just
clipped him, it was quick.

542
00:38:12,280 --> 00:38:15,360
[Shazia] Do you mind if I ask you a few
questions about it? It won't take long.

543
00:38:15,440 --> 00:38:17,040
I'm sorry, I'm really busy. I've got...

544
00:38:17,120 --> 00:38:20,720
[Shazia] I don't wanna sound heavy but
it's a legal requirement since last year.

545
00:38:22,800 --> 00:38:24,000
It's a legal requirement?

546
00:38:24,080 --> 00:38:26,440
Well, if you've witnessed
an incident, yes.

547
00:38:27,080 --> 00:38:29,240
I have to notify the police
when people refuse,

548
00:38:29,320 --> 00:38:32,680
and when they get involved,
it just drags everything out, so...

549
00:38:40,520 --> 00:38:41,520
[Mia clears throat]

550
00:38:41,600 --> 00:38:44,480
-Come in.
-[sighs] Thank you.

551
00:38:44,560 --> 00:38:46,040
Yeah, just that way.

552
00:38:48,120 --> 00:38:49,840
[recaller firing up]

553
00:38:50,960 --> 00:38:51,840
[beeping]

554
00:38:51,920 --> 00:38:52,920
[Shazia] OK.

555
00:38:54,480 --> 00:38:57,080
-What does that do?
-[Shazia] The recaller?

556
00:38:58,680 --> 00:39:01,400
Just helps me get a record
of what happened.

557
00:39:02,240 --> 00:39:03,480
May I?

558
00:39:04,680 --> 00:39:06,920
Well, I can just tell you what happened.
I can remember.

559
00:39:07,000 --> 00:39:11,560
The van hit the guy, and he fell over,
and then people came to help.

560
00:39:11,640 --> 00:39:14,120
[Shazia] How fast was it going though,
the delivery vehicle?

561
00:39:14,200 --> 00:39:15,200
Um...

562
00:39:16,200 --> 00:39:18,640
[Shazia] See, I just need a sense of that.

563
00:39:18,720 --> 00:39:21,320
It's sometimes hard to articulate
what your mind's eye's seen,

564
00:39:21,400 --> 00:39:24,080
but capturing your impression
of what you saw is really useful.

565
00:39:24,160 --> 00:39:26,600
-OK, but I've got--
-And that's all I'm interested in.

566
00:39:26,680 --> 00:39:28,680
You can read the terms here if you like.

567
00:39:29,800 --> 00:39:31,520
All the legal stuff is in there.

568
00:39:33,120 --> 00:39:37,760
Look, I don't care what you might've been
doing in the hotel room in your own time.

569
00:39:38,840 --> 00:39:41,520
I'm not gonna ask you anything about that.
Won't go there.

570
00:39:46,360 --> 00:39:49,120
-OK.
-[Shazia] Private stuff is private stuff.

571
00:39:51,200 --> 00:39:53,680
-So it's just the accident?
-Just that.

572
00:39:55,280 --> 00:39:56,960
[Mia] It's a bit of a long read, isn't it?

573
00:39:57,040 --> 00:39:58,040
[Shazia laughs]

574
00:40:00,400 --> 00:40:04,400
-Do you want a tea or a coffee?
-Oh, a coffee would be great.

575
00:40:04,840 --> 00:40:07,360
-Yeah, OK. Espresso?
-Perfect.

576
00:40:10,440 --> 00:40:13,280
[coffee machine whirs]

577
00:40:41,680 --> 00:40:44,960
Do you mind if I just go and have a pee
if I'm gonna be sat down a while?

578
00:40:45,040 --> 00:40:46,920
-[Shazia] Yeah, sure.
-OK.

579
00:40:48,640 --> 00:40:51,840
I ate hotel food, I had room service.

580
00:40:53,640 --> 00:40:55,120
I ate room service.

581
00:40:56,280 --> 00:40:58,160
I was in the hotel room on my own.

582
00:40:59,680 --> 00:41:00,640
Watched porn.

583
00:41:03,120 --> 00:41:04,600
Watched porn.

584
00:41:05,240 --> 00:41:06,760
Saw the accident.

585
00:41:07,640 --> 00:41:10,840
Come on, focus. [breathes heavily]

586
00:41:12,680 --> 00:41:14,000
I was on my own.

587
00:41:15,760 --> 00:41:17,040
I was on my own.

588
00:41:18,760 --> 00:41:20,120
I was on my own.

589
00:41:23,880 --> 00:41:25,040
[suctions, bleeps]

590
00:41:32,560 --> 00:41:33,640
[bottle fizzes open]

591
00:41:36,720 --> 00:41:37,840
There you go.

592
00:41:39,960 --> 00:41:41,200
Take a sniff.

593
00:41:41,280 --> 00:41:43,560
-What's that for?
-It'll just help your recall.

594
00:41:44,120 --> 00:41:44,960
[bleeping]

595
00:41:48,280 --> 00:41:49,560
-[sets down bottle]
-That's it.

596
00:41:49,640 --> 00:41:51,600
["Anyone Who Knows What Love Is" playing]

597
00:41:51,680 --> 00:41:54,040
[Shazia]
The music will help jog your memory, too.

598
00:41:55,680 --> 00:41:57,680
OK, close your eyes.

599
00:41:59,120 --> 00:42:02,120
OK, let's start with you
in your hotel room.

600
00:42:04,360 --> 00:42:08,920
♪ You can blame me
Try to shame me... ♪

601
00:42:09,000 --> 00:42:14,000
[Mia] So I was in my room
and I ordered room service.

602
00:42:14,080 --> 00:42:17,720
-♪ ...care for you ♪
-[sexual moaning]

603
00:42:18,520 --> 00:42:20,400
All I need is the accident.

604
00:42:21,640 --> 00:42:25,560
[Shazia] Try to picture the moments
leading up to the impact.

605
00:42:28,120 --> 00:42:29,840
-♪ Anyone ♪
-[man screaming]

606
00:42:29,920 --> 00:42:31,520
♪ I just feel so sorry ♪

607
00:42:32,160 --> 00:42:34,000
[man screaming]

608
00:42:34,080 --> 00:42:36,040
[Mia] The fucking shame,
the fucking guilt...

609
00:42:36,120 --> 00:42:37,800
-[static noise]
-[Mia] No.

610
00:42:38,480 --> 00:42:40,080
-[Mia] No!
-[Rob gasps]

611
00:42:40,160 --> 00:42:43,600
-[Mia] I sat on this...
-[Rob] Get the fuck off me fucking--

612
00:42:43,680 --> 00:42:46,480
[screaming, groaning]

613
00:42:46,560 --> 00:42:47,800
[crashing, screams]

614
00:42:49,920 --> 00:42:52,480
[static noise intensifies]

615
00:42:53,600 --> 00:42:55,360
-[recaller bleeps]
-[Shazia clears throat]

616
00:42:57,400 --> 00:42:59,760
Well, that's... great.

617
00:43:00,320 --> 00:43:04,600
Got what I needed on the van,
so, I'll be off.

618
00:43:04,680 --> 00:43:05,600
OK.

619
00:43:09,400 --> 00:43:10,880
[Shazia] That's it. [chuckles]

620
00:43:11,520 --> 00:43:13,920
-So you've got everything you needed?
-Yeah.

621
00:43:14,000 --> 00:43:16,600
Doesn't take long, it's just
a simple thing with the speed so...

622
00:43:16,680 --> 00:43:17,880
-[Mia] Right.
-Yeah. Yeah.

623
00:43:17,960 --> 00:43:20,760
[Mia] Sorry about being short,
it's been a long day.

624
00:43:20,840 --> 00:43:22,880
-No, it's fine.
-Got a lot of work on. Did you...

625
00:43:22,960 --> 00:43:25,880
-So you've got everything you needed?
-[Shazia] Yeah, yeah, got it all.

626
00:43:25,960 --> 00:43:28,360
-Don't worry, thank you so much.
-I know this sounds silly,

627
00:43:28,440 --> 00:43:33,160
but, um, you know, sometimes I just think
mad things, and it doesn't mean anything,

628
00:43:33,240 --> 00:43:35,880
do you know what I mean?
When you have strange thoughts.

629
00:43:35,960 --> 00:43:40,240
No, it's fine, like I said.
I got what I needed, so thank you.

630
00:43:40,320 --> 00:43:43,480
Yeah, but do you know what I mean?
It's not like... it's just my head.

631
00:43:48,280 --> 00:43:51,280
[car engine moans]

632
00:43:51,360 --> 00:43:52,600
[Shazia] Come on!

633
00:43:54,360 --> 00:43:55,400
[engine moans]

634
00:43:55,480 --> 00:43:56,600
No.

635
00:43:58,120 --> 00:44:01,040
[screaming] No, no, no, no! No!

636
00:44:01,120 --> 00:44:02,120
[Mia groans]

637
00:44:03,680 --> 00:44:04,880
[heavy breathing]

638
00:44:04,960 --> 00:44:06,200
[Shazia] No!

639
00:44:31,080 --> 00:44:33,240
[Mia] I'm sorry, um...

640
00:44:34,480 --> 00:44:37,320
-[Mia sniffles]
-[Shazia groaning]

641
00:44:37,680 --> 00:44:38,640
[Mia] Um...

642
00:44:40,360 --> 00:44:42,440
I fucked up, and I panicked.

643
00:44:44,680 --> 00:44:45,520
[Shazia whimpers]

644
00:44:51,720 --> 00:44:52,920
Does your head hurt?

645
00:44:57,960 --> 00:44:59,120
OK.

646
00:45:02,960 --> 00:45:03,800
[whimpers]

647
00:45:03,880 --> 00:45:04,880
[Mia] OK.

648
00:45:06,480 --> 00:45:08,480
[sobbing]

649
00:45:14,080 --> 00:45:15,840
What am I gonna do with you?

650
00:45:18,520 --> 00:45:20,680
[sobbing increases]

651
00:45:22,120 --> 00:45:23,960
I mean, I can't let you go.

652
00:45:25,720 --> 00:45:27,680
You're gonna tell someone, aren't you?

653
00:45:27,760 --> 00:45:28,680
[muffled sounds]

654
00:45:28,760 --> 00:45:32,480
I know, but even if you say you won't,
your recollections are all recorded.

655
00:45:32,560 --> 00:45:34,760
-[muffled] I won't.
-They're not?

656
00:45:34,840 --> 00:45:37,000
[Shazia sobbing] No.

657
00:45:37,840 --> 00:45:40,960
If I take that off your mouth,
will you promise not to scream?

658
00:45:41,040 --> 00:45:43,080
-Do you promise?
-[whimpers]

659
00:45:45,000 --> 00:45:48,720
Forget the report. I'll delete... [sniffs]
I'll delete it, it won't go anywhere.

660
00:45:48,800 --> 00:45:51,640
I don't know. I tried to delete it,
and I couldn't figure it out.

661
00:45:51,720 --> 00:45:54,600
I won't say anything to anyone, I promise.
I'll forget the whole thing.

662
00:45:54,680 --> 00:45:57,040
[crying] No one will know.
I won't say anything.

663
00:45:58,560 --> 00:45:59,880
I wish I believed you.

664
00:45:59,960 --> 00:46:03,880
I mean it. I mean it. I've seen things.

665
00:46:03,960 --> 00:46:05,520
I've seen things on the recaller.

666
00:46:06,240 --> 00:46:09,600
Secrets, personal things,
I've never spilled any of it.

667
00:46:09,680 --> 00:46:11,640
I'm not allowed to, it's the law.

668
00:46:11,720 --> 00:46:15,280
It's like confession,
it's like Catholic confession.

669
00:46:16,160 --> 00:46:20,480
It'll be illegal for me to say anything.
Totally illegal, even if I wanted to!

670
00:46:28,360 --> 00:46:29,480
None of that's true, is it?

671
00:46:29,560 --> 00:46:31,480
-It is, I swear.
-[Mia] It's not.

672
00:46:31,560 --> 00:46:32,800
It is.

673
00:46:34,120 --> 00:46:36,560
Did you tell anyone that
you were coming here today?

674
00:46:36,960 --> 00:46:37,960
No.

675
00:46:44,640 --> 00:46:48,120
-You're lying.
-I'm not. I swear I'm not lying.

676
00:46:48,200 --> 00:46:50,040
[Shazia sobs] No, I swear.

677
00:46:51,720 --> 00:46:53,560
[muffled] I swear. No!

678
00:46:53,640 --> 00:46:56,480
[gasps, screaming] No!

679
00:46:56,920 --> 00:46:57,880
No!

680
00:46:57,960 --> 00:47:00,360
[recaller fires up]

681
00:47:01,600 --> 00:47:07,120
-[bleeping]
-[Shazia moaning, sobbing]

682
00:47:10,320 --> 00:47:11,320
[ear piece bleeps]

683
00:47:13,400 --> 00:47:15,040
[sobbing] No!

684
00:47:16,440 --> 00:47:18,800
What did you do
before you came here today?

685
00:47:18,880 --> 00:47:22,560
-[Shazia crying]
-[static noise]

686
00:47:26,280 --> 00:47:29,400
[Shazia sings along to
"Anyone Who Knows What Love Is"]

687
00:47:30,160 --> 00:47:34,600
♪ Oh, but anyone ♪

688
00:47:34,680 --> 00:47:36,640
♪ Who knows what love is... ♪

689
00:47:36,720 --> 00:47:38,600
I like that song.

690
00:47:38,680 --> 00:47:42,600
-[Shazia sobbing]
-♪ Will understand ♪

691
00:47:43,080 --> 00:47:44,400
Who did you speak to?

692
00:47:44,480 --> 00:47:45,880
[Shazia on video] Bingo.

693
00:47:46,640 --> 00:47:49,560
-Mia Nolan, if she'll talk.
-[Shazia continues sobbing]

694
00:47:49,640 --> 00:47:51,640
-If she'll talk?
-[Shazia] No!

695
00:47:57,720 --> 00:47:58,720
No.

696
00:48:02,880 --> 00:48:04,600
[Shazia whimpers]

697
00:48:04,680 --> 00:48:06,840
-Is that your husband?
-[muffled] No!

698
00:48:19,120 --> 00:48:20,680
[muffled sobbing] No!

699
00:48:20,760 --> 00:48:22,760
No!

700
00:48:26,120 --> 00:48:27,520
[Mia] I'm really sorry.

701
00:48:28,200 --> 00:48:30,720
[screaming] No!

702
00:48:33,040 --> 00:48:35,160
Will you please close your eyes for me?

703
00:48:38,440 --> 00:48:41,920
[Shazia utters muffled prayer]

704
00:48:45,600 --> 00:48:50,840
[banging, cracking]

705
00:48:59,520 --> 00:49:00,880
[whimpers]

706
00:49:03,560 --> 00:49:05,440
[retching]

707
00:49:24,240 --> 00:49:25,640
[keys jangle]

708
00:49:48,360 --> 00:49:50,040
[man]
Everyone's in their costumes already.

709
00:49:50,120 --> 00:49:51,760
Yeah, please, make sure you're on time.

710
00:49:51,840 --> 00:49:54,120
-Yeah, I know, love.
-Are you far off?

711
00:49:54,200 --> 00:49:58,000
-Remember it starts at 7:30.
-I'm gonna make it, 7:30.

712
00:49:58,080 --> 00:50:00,120
-At 7:30.
-Yeah. [sniffs]

713
00:50:00,200 --> 00:50:02,080
-All right.
-I'll see you outside.

714
00:50:02,160 --> 00:50:04,000
-See you in a bit, sweetheart.
-OK.

715
00:50:25,960 --> 00:50:28,320
[panting]

716
00:50:31,600 --> 00:50:34,280
[orchestral music playing]

717
00:50:37,840 --> 00:50:39,120
[door clicks open]

718
00:50:43,600 --> 00:50:44,600
[exhales]

719
00:50:47,800 --> 00:50:50,160
[orchestral music continues]

720
00:51:06,480 --> 00:51:07,320
[TV clicks off]

721
00:51:09,920 --> 00:51:10,880
[man clears throat]

722
00:51:12,160 --> 00:51:14,200
[door opens]

723
00:51:14,280 --> 00:51:16,560
[footsteps going upstairs]

724
00:51:20,360 --> 00:51:22,720
[footsteps]

725
00:51:29,440 --> 00:51:32,040
[water running]

726
00:51:45,720 --> 00:51:47,240
[water stops running]

727
00:51:50,320 --> 00:51:51,280
[water splashing]

728
00:51:53,080 --> 00:51:54,080
[sighs]

729
00:52:23,880 --> 00:52:26,120
[phone vibrating]

730
00:52:28,400 --> 00:52:29,720
[man gasps]

731
00:52:31,360 --> 00:52:32,560
[Mia groans]

732
00:52:32,640 --> 00:52:33,640
[thumps]

733
00:52:33,720 --> 00:52:35,640
[Mia panting]

734
00:52:40,880 --> 00:52:42,320
[Mia whimpers]

735
00:52:50,960 --> 00:52:53,640
[whimpering]

736
00:52:58,640 --> 00:53:00,720
[grunts, exhales]

737
00:53:06,400 --> 00:53:07,600
[crying]

738
00:53:21,800 --> 00:53:25,920
[baby coos, squealing]

739
00:53:30,800 --> 00:53:32,000
[baby babbling]

740
00:53:39,400 --> 00:53:42,160
[baby talk continues]

741
00:53:51,240 --> 00:53:53,920
[baby cries]

742
00:53:59,280 --> 00:54:01,200
[crying increases]

743
00:54:08,280 --> 00:54:11,360
[baby cooing, crying]

744
00:54:33,320 --> 00:54:36,320
-[man] Cutting it a bit fine.
-[Mia] Yeah, it was just work stuff.

745
00:54:37,840 --> 00:54:39,240
Jesus, what'd you eat, a vineyard?

746
00:54:39,320 --> 00:54:41,440
No, I just finished the design
so had a glass of wine.

747
00:54:41,520 --> 00:54:44,000
-[man] Fuck off, a glass. Fine.
-Let's just go in, all right?

748
00:54:44,600 --> 00:54:45,880
[man shivers]

749
00:54:45,960 --> 00:54:49,200
[piano playing]

750
00:54:51,400 --> 00:54:55,720
[piano continues]

751
00:55:03,720 --> 00:55:06,160
♪ We coulda been anything ♪

752
00:55:06,240 --> 00:55:10,360
♪ That we wanted to be ♪

753
00:55:11,600 --> 00:55:15,640
♪ And it's not too late to change ♪

754
00:55:18,560 --> 00:55:23,600
♪ It's been decided
To give it some thought ♪

755
00:55:25,040 --> 00:55:28,360
♪ Maybe you'll agree we really ought ♪

756
00:55:28,440 --> 00:55:30,560
♪ Two, three, four! ♪

757
00:55:31,000 --> 00:55:35,000
♪ We coulda been anything
That we wanted to be ♪

758
00:55:35,080 --> 00:55:35,920
[clapping to music]

759
00:55:36,000 --> 00:55:39,000
♪ Yes, that decision was ours ♪

760
00:55:41,160 --> 00:55:45,320
♪ It's been decided we're weaker divided ♪

761
00:55:46,000 --> 00:55:48,520
♪ Let friendship double up our powers ♪

762
00:55:48,600 --> 00:55:49,640
[sirens]

763
00:55:49,720 --> 00:55:52,200
[policeman over radio]
Yeah, just confirming double homicide.

764
00:55:52,280 --> 00:55:54,200
One adult male and one male infant.

765
00:55:55,120 --> 00:55:56,600
Yeah, I'm at the scene now.

766
00:55:56,680 --> 00:55:57,760
[sirens continue]

767
00:55:57,840 --> 00:56:00,040
-[camera shutter clicking]
-Who kills a baby?

768
00:56:04,280 --> 00:56:05,360
I don't know.

769
00:56:05,760 --> 00:56:08,040
Probably someone worried
about leaving a witness.

770
00:56:09,720 --> 00:56:12,480
[female detective]
Bloodbath upstairs and this downstairs.

771
00:56:13,160 --> 00:56:14,800
[male detective] But he couldn't see.

772
00:56:17,160 --> 00:56:19,200
Poor fucker was born blind apparently.

773
00:56:20,280 --> 00:56:23,440
So I have to say, I have absolutely
no idea who I'm looking for.

774
00:56:24,960 --> 00:56:27,360
So it's a good job you're not asking me.

775
00:56:31,960 --> 00:56:35,240
Come on, let's clear out of here.
Let's let the recall team do their job.

776
00:56:35,320 --> 00:56:37,400
-[camera clicking]
-[female detective] Come on.

777
00:56:37,480 --> 00:56:38,560
[guinea pig squeaking]

778
00:56:38,640 --> 00:56:40,080
[machine whirs]

779
00:56:40,160 --> 00:56:42,000
[forensic investigator] Here we go.

780
00:56:42,080 --> 00:56:44,040
-[guinea pig squeaks]
-[recaller beeps]

781
00:56:44,120 --> 00:56:47,160
[piano playing]

782
00:56:48,200 --> 00:56:52,280
♪ You give a little love
And it all comes back to you ♪

783
00:56:52,360 --> 00:56:55,440
♪ La la la la la la la ♪

784
00:56:55,520 --> 00:56:57,400
♪ You know
You're gonna be remembered ♪

785
00:56:57,480 --> 00:57:00,600
♪ For the things that you say and do ♪

786
00:57:00,680 --> 00:57:03,400
[cheering, applause]

787
00:57:03,480 --> 00:57:04,600
[mother] Well done!

788
00:57:04,680 --> 00:57:07,800
[teacher] Put your hands together
for this year's fantastic school choir.

789
00:57:07,880 --> 00:57:11,160
What a lovely evening.
Thank you so much for coming.

790
00:57:17,920 --> 00:57:20,680
Put your hands together
for Mrs. Henry...

791
00:57:21,920 --> 00:57:25,720
[mother] Bravo! Yay!
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