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The End of the F***ing World (2017)

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season 1 - episode 5
"Part 5"

Based on the comic book by

Charles S. Forsman

Written by

Charles S. Forsman & Charlie Covell

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S01-Ep.05: "Part 5"

A flashback to a painful moment from childhood prompts James to change his plans. Out of cash, Alyssa resorts to shoplifting.

TRANSCRIPTION

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[rumbling]

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[ominous chords]

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[Phil] How are you feeling? Better?

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Good.

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What're you two doing today, then?

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Can we go feed the ducks?

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-Ah, ducks! Sounds good.
-No, James. I said,

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[Vanessa] not today.

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Come on. You can manage ducks, can't you?

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[Phil] Be good for you to get out.

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[James] Please?

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[clock ticks]

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OK.

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Ducks.

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[ominous music]

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[brakes creak]

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Hey, I want to tell you something.

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[silence]

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I love you.

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[ducks quack]

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I need to feed them.

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[door slams]

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[excited quacking]

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[rumbling]

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[rumbling intensifies]

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[crash]

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[rumbling climaxes and fades]

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[bell tolls]

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[rumbling]

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[clang]

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[bang]

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[muffled] Thanks for coming in, son.

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Son?

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Hello?

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[clock ticks ominously]

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Yeah?

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Sorry about the wait.

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I'm DC Onslow.

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They, um...

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They told me you've, uh...

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you've come in
to report a murder, is that right?

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[James] In the cold light of day,
that suddenly didn't seem right at all.

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Uh-huh.

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OK, so, um...

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-I'm gonna need you to come with me.
-It was my mum.

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-Yeah, you just need to wait.
-She killed herself.

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Right.

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OK.

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Um...

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So, um, do you want to tell me what...

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what happened?
Did you find the body? Your mum?

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I was there when she did it.

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Right.

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Well, um...

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And so, when did this...

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when did this happen?

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-Last night?
-11 years ago.

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[clock ticks]

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OK.

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Um...

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So, here's the thing. Um...

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It's not technically a murder.

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Suicide, it's a whole,
different wheelhouse, really, um.

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I mean, suicide's not even a crime...

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[uncomfortable laugh] ...which is...

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mad, innit?

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Do you want to speak to a woman?

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Why would I want to speak to a woman?

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Well, you know, because,
you know...

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No.

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What about your dad?

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Have you got a dad?

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No, not really.

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Can we come in?

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God, is it James?

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Is he dead?

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Your son stole your car...

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then crashed it into a tree
and set fire to it.

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[Teri] It was found last night.

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Has he ever done anything
like that before?

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Why didn't you say anything about the car
when you reported him missing?

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Well, I didn't want him
to get into trouble.

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He's a weird kid, but he's not bad.

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[Teri] Uh, who did that to you?

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I just got into a fight.

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At the pub.

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Did James do it?

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No.

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[Eunice] Is his mum around?

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No.

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[Teri] Is she at work?

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She's dead.

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Sorry.

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Really sorry.

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Does anyone want a cup of tea?

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[Phil] Kettle's on.

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Did you find his girlfriend, then?

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-Who's his girlfriend?
-She's called Alyssa.

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[rock music]

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[Alyssa] It was the right thing,
to leave James...

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[deep rumble]

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I didn't kill anyone.

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It's better if I go to my dad's
on my own, anyway.

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I wish I hadn't left James
with the money, though.

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Oh, God.

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I'd really like it if this was

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some horrendous,
murder-inspired fantasy moment.

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But no.

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[music stops]

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What's she done?

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[baby gurgles]

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Is she OK?

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When did you last see Alyssa?

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[Tony] On Saturday.

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We were having a party,
and she ran away.

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Why?

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Didn't like handing out the canapés.

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What time did she leave?

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[Tony] It was around...

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I'm sorry. Could you let
your wife answer, please?

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Sure.

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I mean, it's not my daughter,
not my problem.

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[baby gurgles] [rattle shakes]

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[Eunice] Do you know where she is now?
Has she rung at all?

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I don't know where she is.

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[Gwen] Look, what is this about?

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We need to talk to your daughter
in connection with a murder.

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Oh, my God.

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-She's not a suspect.
-Not at the moment.

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[Gwen] Jesus Christ!

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She's a potential witness.

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[Teri] Didn't you think
to report her as missing?

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Her boyfriend's dad
reported him immediately.

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She doesn't have a boyfriend.

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[Eunice] We're going to need
a recent photograph of Alyssa. Um...

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Do you have one?

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[defensive] I've got some upstairs.

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[baby gurgles]

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[whispers] I can recommend
Childline or the NSPCC.

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[DC Onslow] OK, will do.

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Thanks.

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[beep] [door opens]

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So, I've been speaking to my DI,
that was him on the phone there.

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What we thought would be
the best thing is if we put you

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in touch with social services.

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And they can take things from here.
What do you think?

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Unless you've got someone else
who can look after you?

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[indie music]

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OK, so that's what I'm going to do, then.

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So...

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[DC Onslow] So, I'm gonna need a few
details from you, young man.

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[clang]

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So, first up... This is typical.

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Who do you have to fuck around here
to get a pen that works?

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Here we go.

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Uh, full name.

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[music fades]

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Oh, shit.

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[upbeat punk rock]

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♪ Well, it seems so real ♪

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♪ I can see it ♪

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♪ And it seems so real... ♪

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[Alyssa] Sometimes, I hate being a girl.

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♪ And it seems so real ♪

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♪ I can taste it ♪

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♪ And it seems so real ♪

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♪ I can hear it ♪

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♪ So why-y-y-y-y ♪

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♪ Can't I touch it? ♪

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[Alyssa] In films, people on the run
always look hot.

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[sighs]

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Fucking hell.

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♪ Can't I touch it? ♪

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♪ But then it looks so real ♪

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♪ I can see it ♪

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♪ And it feels so... ♪

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[music stops]

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What've you got in there?

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Hmm?

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[Eunice] No wonder she ran away.
Poor kid.

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Let's just wait and see.

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Are you sure?

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I'm on a fast day.

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Thought you were tense.

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[foreboding music]

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Can I say something?

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Yeah.

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I think we should clear the air.

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Wait, just hear me out.

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Uh, I think it's more professional.

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Look...

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people get drunk and...

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stuff happens in the night that maybe
wouldn't happen in the day.

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And just because that comes
as a surprise,

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it doesn't necessarily mean
it's a bad thing.

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I can see you regret it.

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[Teri] I don't regret it.

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I just wish it hadn't happened.

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[melancholy music]

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-Alyssa.
-I don't want to hold your hand.

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[dog barks]

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[door closes heavily]

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[loaded silence]

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Did you take anything else?

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Arms out.

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-What?
-Arms out.

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-Don't fucking touch me.
-Do you want me to call the police?

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All right.

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How did you get that?

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Are you going to look at me?

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Hmm?

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[Emil sighs]

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-I don't want to have sex with you.
-Wait, what?

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I don't want to,
even if you pay me.

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I don't want to have sex with you!

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I have sex with my wife.

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[Emil sighs]

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[Alyssa] Shit.

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What's going to happen to me?

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I'm going to file a report.
And then I'm going to call the police.

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-Police?
-Yes.

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You're a thief.

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[Alyssa] Not the police.

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[radio] Emil? A bloke's lost his kid.

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Little girl? Five years old?

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I'm just handling something,
can you deal with it?

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[radio] It's the end of my shift.

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All right, I'm coming.

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Stay here.

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Fucking idiot.

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[upbeat music]

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[man] She is five, but she's really tiny,

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and she's got brown hair
down to about here.

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No, I was just...

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[music gets louder]

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...gray leggings and a...

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-Daddy!
-Oh, where have you been?

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[man] Thank you.

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Thank you. Thank you so much!

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[man] Don't do that again.

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[music stops]

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[James] I knew
she was probably long gone...

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but it seemed important to try.

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[melancholy music]

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[Alyssa] James would be
shitting himself right now.

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I wonder what he's doing.

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[music fades]

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Are you OK?

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Yeah, I'm fine.

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Got a boyfriend?

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Did he hurt you?

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Did he do that?

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No, someone else.

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[screech]

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Go on, get out of here.

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Really?

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Yeah.

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What about the pants?

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Thanks.

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-Thanks.
-Stop stealing.

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[melancholy French pop]

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♪ Voilà ♪

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♪ Je regarde les autres ♪

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♪ Pourtant ♪

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♪ Je ne leur trouve rien ♪

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♪ C'est comme ça ♪

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♪ Voilà ♪

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♪ Je vais avec les autres ♪

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[Alyssa] What the fuck am I doing?

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♪ Le temps ♪

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♪ Passe plus mal que bien ♪

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♪ C'est comme ça ♪

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♪ Et toi... ♪

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[Alyssa] What if James is dead?

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He might literally be dead.

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He saved me and I left him.

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I'm never going to see him again.
And it's my fault.

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♪ Est-ce encore toi que j'aime? ♪

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[music builds]

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♪ Que j'aime? ♪

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♪ Que j'aime? ♪

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[music fades]

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-Hey.
-Hey.

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I lost the money.

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I didn't come back for the money.

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I'm sorry I left you.

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I'm sorry I killed him.

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I won't leave you again.

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OK.

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Should we go to my dad's?

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OK.

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[soft jazz]

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Not your weird one.

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[music builds]

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♪ If I told a lie ♪

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♪ If I made you cry ♪

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♪ When I said goodbye ♪

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♪ I'm sorry ♪

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♪ From the bottom of ♪

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♪ Of my heart ♪

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♪ I apologize ♪

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♪ If I caused you pain ♪

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♪ I know ♪

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♪ That I'm to blame ♪
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