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Series creator Charlie Brooker explains the episode. Architect Mia scrambles to keep a dark secret under wraps, while insurance investigator Shazia harvests people's memories of a nearby accident scene.

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Black Mirror stars Bryce Dallas Howard; Alice Eve; Cherry Jones; Wyatt Russell; Hannah John-Kamen; Wunmi Mosaku; Ken Yamamura; Elizabeth Moynihan; Alex Lawther; Jerome Flynn; Susannah Doyle; Gugu Mbatha-Raw; Mackenzie Davis; Malachi Kirby; Madeline Brewer; Ariane Labed; Kelly Macdonald; Faye Marsay; Benedict Wong; Jonas Karlsson; Jesse Plemons; Cristin Milioti; Jimmi Simpson; Rosemarie DeWitt; Andrea Riseborough; Kiran Sonia Sawar; Georgina Campbell; Joe Cole; Maxine Peake; Douglas Hodge; Letitia Wright; Jon Hamm; Rafe Spall, and more!

▶️ Black Mirror » “crocodile” s4, ep.03 trailer

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 se.4: ep.03, "Crocodile" trailer

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

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Black Mirror stars Bryce Dallas Howard; Alice Eve; Cherry Jones; Wyatt Russell; Hannah John-Kamen; Wunmi Mosaku; Ken Yamamura; Elizabeth Moynihan; Alex Lawther; Jerome Flynn; Susannah Doyle; Gugu Mbatha-Raw; Mackenzie Davis; Malachi Kirby; Madeline Brewer; Ariane Labed; Kelly Macdonald; Faye Marsay; Benedict Wong; Jonas Karlsson; Jesse Plemons; Cristin Milioti; Jimmi Simpson; Rosemarie DeWitt; Andrea Riseborough; Kiran Sonia Sawar; Georgina Campbell; Joe Cole; Maxine Peake; Douglas Hodge; Letitia Wright; Jon Hamm; Rafe Spall, and more!

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 cast & crew

who's in the tv series Black Mirror?

...a look at the main credited cast

Daniel Lapaine's primary photo Daniel Lapaine – Dawson

Hannah John-Kamen's primary photo Hannah John-Kamen – Selma Telse / Sonja

Michaela Coel's primary photo Michaela Coel – Airport Stewardess / Shania

Daniel Kaluuya's primary photo Daniel Kaluuya – Bingham 'Bing' Madsen

Toby Kebbell's primary photo Toby Kebbell – Liam

Rory Kinnear's primary photo Rory Kinnear – Michael Callow

Hayley Atwell's primary photo Hayley Atwell – Martha

Lenora Crichlow's primary photo Lenora Crichlow – Victoria Skillane

Daniel Rigby's primary photo Daniel Rigby – Jamie Salter

Jon Hamm's primary photo Jon Hamm – Mat

Bryce Dallas Howard's primary photo Bryce Dallas Howard – Lacie Pound

Malachi Kirby's primary photo Malachi Kirby – Stripe

Alex Lawther's primary photo Alex Lawther – Kenny

Kelly Macdonald's primary photo Kelly Macdonald – Karin Parke

Gugu Mbatha-Raw's primary photo Gugu Mbatha-Raw – Kelly Booth

Wyatt Russell's primary photo Wyatt Russell – Cooper Redfield

Georgina Campbell's primary photo Georgina Campbell – Amy

Rosemarie DeWitt's primary photo Rosemarie DeWitt – Marie

Douglas Hodge's primary photo Douglas Hodge – Rolo Haynes

Maxine Peake's primary photo Maxine Peake – Bella

Jesse Plemons's primary photo Jesse Plemons – Robert Daly

Andrea Riseborough's primary photo Andrea Riseborough – Mia Nolan

Jessica Brown Findlay's primary photo Jessica Brown Findlay – Abi Khan

Lindsay Duncan's primary photo Lindsay Duncan – Alex Cairns

Jodie Whittaker's primary photo Jodie Whittaker – Ffion

Domhnall Gleeson's primary photo Domhnall Gleeson – Ash

Chloe Pirrie's primary photo Chloe Pirrie – Gwendolyn Harris

Michael Smiley's primary photo Michael Smiley – Baxter

Rafe Spall's primary photo Rafe Spall – Potter

Madeline Brewer's primary photo Madeline Brewer – Raiman

Mackenzie Davis's primary photo Mackenzie Davis – Yorkie

Alice Eve's primary photo Alice Eve – Naomi Jayne Blestow

Jerome Flynn's primary photo Jerome Flynn – Hector

Faye Marsay's primary photo Faye Marsay – Blue Colson

Joe Cole's primary photo Joe Cole – Frank

Jake Davies's primary photo Jake Davies – Clarke

Brenna Harding's primary photo Brenna Harding – Sara

Cristin Milioti's primary photo Cristin Milioti – Nanette Cole

Kiran Sonia Sawar's primary photo Kiran Sonia Sawar – Shazia Akhand

Letitia Wright's primary photo Letitia Wright – Nish

Tom Cullen's primary photo Tom Cullen – Jonas

Rupert Everett's primary photo Rupert Everett – Judge Hope

Donald Sumpter's primary photo Donald Sumpter – Julian Hereford

Jason Flemyng's primary photo Jason Flemyng – Jack Napier

Claire Keelan's primary photo Claire Keelan – Naomi

Tuppence Middleton's primary photo Tuppence Middleton – Jem

Oona Chaplin's primary photo Oona Chaplin – Greta

Denise Burse's primary photo Denise Burse – Elder Kelly

Susannah Doyle's primary photo Susannah Doyle – Blackmailed Woman

Cherry Jones's primary photo Cherry Jones – Susan

Ariane Labed's primary photo Ariane Labed – Catarina

Wunmi Mosaku's primary photo Wunmi Mosaku – Katie

Benedict Wong's primary photo Benedict Wong – Shaun Li

Gina Bramhill's primary photo Gina Bramhill – Coach

Clint Dyer's primary photo Clint Dyer – Anthony

Andrew Gower's primary photo Andrew Gower – Rob

Jimmi Simpson's primary photo Jimmi Simpson – Walton

Owen Teague's primary photo Owen Teague – Trick

Julia Davis's primary photo Julia Davis – Judge Charity

Tom Goodman-Hill's primary photo Tom Goodman-Hill – Tom Bilce

Amy Beth Hayes's primary photo Amy Beth Hayes – Lucy

Ian Bonar's primary photo Ian Bonar – Damien

Sinead Matthews's primary photo Sinead Matthews – Sarah

Tobias Menzies's primary photo Tobias Menzies – Liam Monroe

Natalia Tena's primary photo Natalia Tena – Jennifer

Jonas Karlsson's primary photo Jonas Karlsson – Rasmus Sjolberg

James Norton's primary photo James Norton – Ryan Pound

Sarah Snook's primary photo Sarah Snook – Medina

Frankie Wilson's primary photo Frankie Wilson – Tom

Ken Yamamura's primary photo Ken Yamamura – Shou Saito

George Blagden's primary photo George Blagden – Lenny

Aldis Hodge's primary photo Aldis Hodge – Jack

Angela Vint's primary photo Angela Vint – Anaesthetist

Anthony Welsh's primary photo Anthony Welsh – Anan Akhand

Rebekah Staton's primary photo Rebekah Staton – Colleen

Ashley Thomas's primary photo Ashley Thomas – Judge Wraith

Anna Wilson-Jones's primary photo Anna Wilson-Jones – Jane Callow

Christina Chong's primary photo Christina Chong – Tamsin

Flora Nicholson's primary photo Flora Nicholson – Midwife

Janet Montgomery's primary photo Janet Montgomery – Beth

Joe Armstrong's primary photo Joe Armstrong – Nick Shelton

Michael Kelly's primary photo Michael Kelly – Arquette

Elizabeth Moynihan's primary photo Elizabeth Moynihan – Cooper's Mum

Alan Ritchson's primary photo Alan Ritchson – Paul

Jimmy Roye-Dunne's primary photo Jimmy Roye-Dunne – Red

Gavin Stenhouse's primary photo Gavin Stenhouse – Wes

Gwyneth Keyworth's primary photo Gwyneth Keyworth – Nicola

Billy Magnussen's primary photo Billy Magnussen – Valdack

Alexandra Roach's primary photo Alexandra Roach – Carrie

Claire Rushbrook's primary photo Claire Rushbrook – Police Detective

Jason Weinberg's primary photo Jason Weinberg – Surgeon

Patrick Kennedy's primary photo Patrick Kennedy – Section Chief Walker

Paul Popplewell's primary photo Paul Popplewell – Dustin

Rhashan Stone's primary photo Rhashan Stone – Jeff

Nick Bartlett's primary photo Nick Bartlett – Welder Guy

Glenn Hanning's primary photo Glenn Hanning – Delivery Man

James Lance's primary photo James Lance – Conor Simpson

Rasmus Hardiker's primary photo Rasmus Hardiker – Harry

Cheryl Anderson's primary photo Cheryl Anderson – Laura

Elizabeth Berrington's primary photo Elizabeth Berrington – Jo Powers

Kola Bokinni's primary photo Kola Bokinni – Lennard

Daisy Haggard's primary photo Daisy Haggard – Bets

Hannah Steele's primary photo Hannah Steele – Melissa

Nicholas Campbell's primary photo Nicholas Campbell – Russ

Jessie Cave's primary photo Jessie Cave – Edna

Joshua James's primary photo Joshua James – Gordy

Babs Olusanmokun's primary photo Babs Olusanmokun – Clayton

Phoebe Fox's primary photo Phoebe Fox – Hallam

Isabella Laughland's primary photo Isabella Laughland – Swift

Alastair Mackenzie's primary photo Alastair Mackenzie – Martin

Tim Delap's primary photo Tim Delap – Simon

Ed Gaughan's primary photo Ed Gaughan – Shaun

Nick Ofield's primary photo Nick Ofield – Iain Rannoch

Dan Li's primary photo Dan Li – Tim

Charles Babalola's primary photo Charles Babalola – Tusk

Sarah Beck Mather's primary photo Sarah Beck Mather – Restaurant Mother

Jackson Bews's primary photo Jackson Bews – Harvey

Susannah Fielding's primary photo Susannah Fielding – Carol

Francis Magee's primary photo Francis Magee – Parn Heidekker

Jessica Neil's primary photo Jessica Neil – Scared Girl on Plane

Aniya Hodge's primary photo Aniya Hodge – Sara age 3

Osy Ikhile's primary photo Osy Ikhile – Nate Packer

Adelle Leonce's primary photo Adelle Leonce – Noni Harper-Brown

Luke Manning's primary photo Luke Manning – Mike

Emily Vere Nicoll's primary photo Emily Vere Nicoll – Madge

David Fynn's primary photo David Fynn – Oliver

Jimi Mistry's primary photo Jimi Mistry – Paul

Chetna Pandya's primary photo Chetna Pandya – Malaika

Indira Ainger's primary photo Indira Ainger – Martha's Daughter

Russell Barnett's primary photo Russell Barnett – News Reporter

Kenneth Collard's primary photo Kenneth Collard – Jim

Ken Drury's primary photo Ken Drury – Gordon

Annabel Davis's primary photo Annabel Davis – Elder Yorkie

Aruhan Galieva's primary photo Aruhan Galieva – Village Mother

Ben Miles's primary photo Ben Miles – Tom Pickering

Yasha Jackson's primary photo Yasha Jackson – Emily

Brian Pettifer's primary photo Brian Pettifer – William Grange, Dentist

Tim Pritchett's primary photo Tim Pritchett – Norman

Paul G. Raymond's primary photo Paul G. Raymond – Kabir Dudani

Sabryn Rock's primary photo Sabryn Rock – Pippa

Colin Michael Carmichael's primary photoColin Michael Carmichael – Kai

Imani Jackman's primary photo Imani Jackman – Jemima

Michael Shaeffer's primary photo Michael Shaeffer – Roy

Zahra Ahmadi's primary photo Zahra Ahmadi – Gita

Simon Connolly's primary photo Simon Connolly – Doctor

Maya Gerber's primary photo Maya Gerber – Lindsay

Demetri Goritsas's primary photo Demetri Goritsas – Hansen

Billy Griffin Jr.'s primary photo Billy Griffin Jr. – Davis

Esther Hall's primary photo Esther Hall – Vanessa Dahl

Hammed Animashaun's primary photo Hammed Animashaun – Pizza Guy

Edward Charette's primary photo Edward Charette – Young Man at Park

Jamie Michie's primary photo Jamie Michie – Simon Nicholls

Verity Marshall's primary photo Verity Marshall – Amy

Dean Ashton's primary photo Dean Ashton – Guard Bradley

Holli Dempsey's primary photo Holli Dempsey – Clara Meades

Kadiff Kirwan's primary photo Kadiff Kirwan – Chester

Camilla Power's primary photo Camilla Power – Sandra

Armin Karima's primary photo Armin Karima – Farshad, Hotel Receptionist

Kyros McGee's primary photo Kyros McGee – Parker

Tom Mulheron's primary photo Tom Mulheron – Tommy

Carlos Pinder's primary photo Carlos Pinder – Man Who Finds Sara

Che Watson's primary photo Che Watson – Silverfox

Elizabeth Chan's primary photo Elizabeth Chan – Leah

Helen Fospero's primary photo Helen Fospero – Lucinda Towne

Kerrie Hayes's primary photo Kerrie Hayes – Glee

Ian Attard's primary photo Ian Attard – Dawson

Sope Dirisu's primary photo Sope Dirisu – Man in Jail

Ivanno Jeremiah's primary photo Ivanno Jeremiah – Moped Man

Jeff Mash's primary photo Jeff Mash – Doctor

Kavé Niku's primary photo Kavé Niku – Villager

Vinette Robinson's primary photo Vinette Robinson – Liza Bahar

Stefán Örn Eggertsson's primary photo Stefán Örn Eggertsson – Finn Nicholls

Aaron Paul's primary photo Aaron Paul – Gamer

Jenny Raven's primary photo Jenny Raven – Jasmine

Mona Goodwin's primary photo Mona Goodwin – Gina

Eugene O'Hare's primary photo Eugene O'Hare – Hammond

Lydia Wilson's primary photo Lydia Wilson – Princess Susannah

James Richard Marshall's primary photo James Richard Marshall – Monroe's Campaign Agent

Grainne Keenan's primary photo Grainne Keenan – Claire

Clayton Evertson's primary photo Clayton Evertson – Ted

Mariam Haque's primary photo Mariam Haque – Petrol Station Attendant

Georgina Rich's primary photo Georgina Rich – Tess Wallender

Thomas Thoroe's primary photo Thomas Thoroe – Villager

Paul Braunstein's primary photo Paul Braunstein – Anthony

Jaimi Barbakoff's primary photo Jaimi Barbakoff – Anna

Sophie Kennedy Clark's primary photo Sophie Kennedy Clark – Lauren

Kemal Sylvester's primary photo Kemal Sylvester – Airport Security

Jack Monaghan's primary photo Jack Monaghan – Hustings Host

Robin Weaver's primary photo Robin Weaver – Holder

Natasha Little's primary photo Natasha Little – Karen

Duncan Pow's primary photo Duncan Pow – Garrett Scholes

Andrew Roux's primary photo Andrew Roux – Electro Station Assistant

Sarah Abbott's primary photo Sarah Abbott – Sara age 9

Ólafía Hrönn Jónsdóttir's primary photo Ólafía Hrönn Jónsdóttir – Felicity Carmichael

Andrew Knott's primary photo Andrew Knott – Brian

Merce Ribot's primary photo Merce Ribot – Big Shot Registration Lady

Louis Waymouth's primary photo Louis Waymouth – Simon Finch

Simon Nock's primary photo Simon Nock – Fenn

Cecilia Noble's primary photo Cecilia Noble – Dame Patricia Lamarr

Toby Oliver's primary photo Toby Oliver – Boy Roach

Nicola Sloane's primary photo Nicola Sloane – Bank Clerk

Anjana Vasan's primary photo Anjana Vasan – Space Cop

Dilja Imana's primary photo Dilja Imana – Ali Akhand

Nicky Torchia's primary photo Nicky Torchia – Trick age 12

Matthew Burgess's primary photo Matthew Burgess – Botherguts Host

Allen Leech's primary photo Allen Leech – Pike

Daniel Tatarsky's primary photo Daniel Tatarsky – Returning Officer

Diveen Henry's primary photo Diveen Henry – Fola

Paul Bazely's primary photo Paul Bazely – The Man in the Woods

Leanne Best's primary photo Leanne Best – Penny

Michael Birch's primary photo Michael Birch – Roach

Katherine Kingsley's primary photo Katherine Kingsley – Dana Costello

Colin Moss's primary photo Colin Moss – Anthony

Sigurður Sigurjónsson's primary photo Sigurður Sigurjónsson – Room Service Man

Mckayla Twiggs's primary photo Mckayla Twiggs – Meryl age 9

Johann Myers's primary photo Johann Myers – Noel

Laura Power's primary photo Laura Power – Interviewer

Michael Webber's primary photo Michael Webber – MP Selection Committee

Esther Smith's primary photo Esther Smith – Madge

Nambitha Ben-Wazi's primary photo Nambitha Ben-Wazi – Glam Woman

Nick Gillard's primary photo Nick Gillard – Roach

James Larkin's primary photo James Larkin – Simon Powers

Kaleb Young's primary photo Kaleb Young – Cal age 10

Matt Stokoe's primary photo Matt Stokoe – Guard

Sophie Wu's primary photo Sophie Wu – Jamie

Abigail Thaw's primary photo Abigail Thaw – MP Selection Committee

Beatrice Curnew's primary photo Beatrice Curnew – Surgeon

Jeffrey Davenport's primary photo Jeffrey Davenport – Cab Driver

Luke Gomes's primary photo Luke Gomes – Roach

Robin Pearce's primary photo Robin Pearce – Harry Barclay

Matt Baram's primary photo Matt Baram – Dr. Usborne

Bruce Mackinnon's primary photo Bruce Mackinnon – MP Selection Committee

Jonathan Arkwright's primary photo Jonathan Arkwright – Bloke at Bar

Adrian Lukis's primary photo Adrian Lukis – Home Secretary, Alex Wallis

Ntokozo Majozi's primary photo Ntokozo Majozi – Jack the Barrista

Edward Upcott's primary photo Edward Upcott – Roach

Lisa Michelle Cornelius's primary photo Lisa Michelle Cornelius – School Yard Teacher

Amit Shah's primary photo Amit Shah – Jack

Amber Anderson's primary photo Amber Anderson – Sara

Liz May Brice's primary photo Liz May Brice – Gainsborough

Jane Bertish's primary photo Jane Bertish – Head of MI5

Justin Munitz's primary photo Justin Munitz – Keith

Kaden Stephen's primary photo Kaden Stephen – Boy in Fight

Nick Hendrix's primary photo Nick Hendrix – Andrew

James Howard's primary photo James Howard – Reporter

Anita Anand's primary photo Anita Anand – News Anchor

Zandile-Izandi Madliwa's primary photo Zandile-Izandi Madliwa – Alien Girl

Abby Quinn's primary photo Abby Quinn – Meryl

Justin Edwards's primary photo Justin Edwards – Jon

Charlotte Longfield's primary photo Charlotte Longfield – Shopper

Gavin Kean's primary photo Gavin Kean – Desk Sergeant

Thomas Dominique's primary photo Thomas Dominique – Roadie

Kevin Otto's primary photo Kevin Otto – Pastor

Tosh Robertson's primary photo Tosh Robertson – Hiro

Jeany Spark's primary photo Jeany Spark – Camilla

Sarah Hoare's primary photo Sarah Hoare – Woman with pushchair

Sukh Ojla's primary photo Sukh Ojla – Market Woman

Leonie Elliott's primary photo Leonie Elliott – Fiona, Clara's Flatmate

Dempsey Bryk's primary photo Dempsey Bryk – Cal

Aymen Hamdouchi's primary photo Aymen Hamdouchi – Kieran

Leanne Li's primary photo Leanne Li – May

Abubakar Salim's primary photo Abubakar Salim – Airport Guard

Reon Smith Marshall's primary photo Reon Smith Marshall – Aaron Sheen

Ronica Sajnani's primary photo Ronica Sajnani – Store Employee

Julian Rivett's primary photo Julian Rivett – Damon Brown

Magnus Robertson-Jones's primary photo Magnus Robertson-Jones – Baby May Double

Nathan Ohene Djan's primary photo Nathan Ohene Djan – Holographic Boyfriend

Mateusz Mirek's primary photo Mateusz Mirek – Delivery Man

Michelle Giroux's primary photo Michelle Giroux – English Teacher

Jonathan Forbes's primary photo Jonathan Forbes – Browne

Jeremy Booth's primary photo Jeremy Booth – Dog Walker

Jennie Nielson's primary photo Jennie Nielson – Woman in Car

Edie Inksetter's primary photo Edie Inksetter – School Nurse

Madeleine Bowyer's primary photo Madeleine Bowyer – Sonia

Raphael Sowole's primary photo Raphael Sowole – Nixon

Tom Ashley's primary photo Tom Ashley – Paramedic

Deon Lotz's primary photo Deon Lotz – Man in Car

Jeffry Wickham's primary photo Jeffry Wickham – Sir Harold Mount

Turlough Convery's primary photo Turlough Convery – Stingray

Matt Forde's primary photo Matt Forde – Pundit

Daniel Newton's primary photo Daniel Newton – Kid on the Quad Bike

Shazad Latif's primary photo Shazad Latif – Mehdi Raboud

Samuel Valentine's primary photo Samuel Valentine – I_AM_WALDO

Rebecca Newton's primary photo Rebecca Newton – Kid's Younger Sister

Faiza Shaheen's primary photo Faiza Shaheen – Pundit

Matthew Aubrey's primary photo Matthew Aubrey – El Nino

Imogen Daines's primary photo Imogen Daines – MRI Technician

Lewelyn Van Den Berg's primary photo Lewelyn Van Den Berg – Male Jogger

Wolf Wasserman's primary photo Wolf Wasserman – Spark

Muzz Khan's primary photo Muzz Khan – Fappuccino

Ziggy Heath's primary photo Ziggy Heath – MRI

Blessing Mamuesa's primary photo Blessing Mamuesa – Glam Woman's Son

McKell David's primary photo McKell David – Son

Daniel Kendrick's primary photo Daniel Kendrick – Pie Ape

Michael Bott's primary photo Michael Bott – Inquiry Official

Dominic Le Moignan's primary photo Dominic Le Moignan – Prince

Tony Fadil's primary photo Tony Fadil – Christopher

Laraine Dix's primary photo Laraine Dix – Member of the jury

Lindsay Somers's primary photo Lindsay Somers – Nurse

Daniel Westwood's primary photo Daniel Westwood – Taser Guard

Alex Tamaro's primary photo Alex Tamaro – Butch

Amanda Warren's primary photo Amanda Warren – Angelica

Karl Collins's primary photo Karl Collins – Robbie

Jay Simpson's primary photo Jay Simpson – Rod Senseless

Pip Torrens's primary photo Pip Torrens – Philip Crane

Letitia Wright in season 4, episode 6 of Black Mirror.

Letitia Wright in season 4, episode 6 of Black Mirror. (Source: Netflix)

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the key crew of Black Mirror

it takes hundreds of creative people and thousands of hours to make something like Black Mirror.  this is only a partial list of those talented people

|directors

Owen Harris - Director
Carl Tibbetts - Director
Otto Bathurst - Director
Euros Lyn - Director
Brian Welsh - Director
Bryn Higgins - Director
James Hawes - Director
Dan Trachtenberg - Director
Jakob Verbruggen - Director
James Watkins - Director
Joe Wright - Director
Jodie Foster - Director
Toby Haynes - Director
John Hillcoat - Director
Colm McCarthy - Director
David Slade - Director
Timothy Van Patten - Director


|writers

Charlie Brooker - Writer (creator)
William Bridges - Writer
Jesse Armstrong - Writer
Konnie Huq - Writer
Christopher Morris - Writer
Rashida Jones - Writer
Michael Schur - Writer
Penn Jillette - Writer


|producers

Charlie Brooker - Executive Producer
Annabel Jones - Producer, Executive Producer
Ian Hogan - Co-Producer, Producer
Barney Reisz - Producer, Series Producer
Emma Pike - Line Producer
Laurie Borg - Producer
Sanne Wohlenberg - Producer
Joanne Crowther - Line Producer
Lucy Dyke - Producer
Daniel Kilroy - Archive Producer
Mary McCarthy - Line Producer
Nick Pitt - Producer
Louise Sutton - Producer
Kathy Nettleship - Line Producer
Rocky Bester - Line Producer
Angela Phillips - Line Producer
Andrew Chapman - Line Producer
Benjamin Greenacre - Line Producer
Chris Lahr - Line Producer
Denis Pedregosa - Executive Producer


 

|composers

Martin Phipps - Composer
Jon Opstad - Composer
Stuart Earl - Composer
Stephen McKeon - Composer
Antony Genn - Composer
Vince Pope - Composer
Martin Slattery - Composer
Geoff Barrow - Composer
Alex Heffes - Composer
Clint Mansell - Composer
Bear McCreary - Composer
Max Richter - Composer
Ben Salisbury - Composer
Cristobal Tapia de Veer - Composer
Mark Isham - Composer
Daniel Pemberton - Composer
Atticus Ross - Composer
Leopold Ross - Composer


|cinematographers

Zac Nicholson - Cinematographer
Gustav Danielsson - Cinematographer
Aaron Morton - Cinematographer
Damian Bromley - Cinematographer
Jake Polonsky - Cinematographer
Mike Spragg - Cinematographer
George Steel - Cinematographer
Ruben Impens - Cinematographer
Tim Maurice-Jones - Cinematographer
Seamus McGarvey - Cinematographer
Lukas Strebel - Cinematographer
Stuart Bentley - Cinematographer
Lol Crawley - Cinematographer
Stephan Pehrsson - Cinematographer
Peter Robertson - Cinematographer
Ed Wild - Cinematographer


|editors

Ben Yeates - Editor
Chris Barwell - Editor
Jamie Pearson - Editor
Alastair Reid - Editor
Hazel Baillie - Editor
Valerio Bonelli - Editor
Matthew Cannings - Editor
Nicolas Chaudeurge - Editor
Mark Eckersley - Editor
Jon Harris - Editor
Ben Lester - Editor
Mark Davis - Editor
Jinx Godfrey - Editor
Stephen Haren - Editor
Tony Kearns - Editor


 

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Black Mirror stars Bryce Dallas Howard; Alice Eve; Cherry Jones; Wyatt Russell; Hannah John-Kamen; Wunmi Mosaku; Ken Yamamura; Elizabeth Moynihan; Alex Lawther; Jerome Flynn; Susannah Doyle; Gugu Mbatha-Raw; Mackenzie Davis; Malachi Kirby; Madeline Brewer; Ariane Labed; Kelly Macdonald; Faye Marsay; Benedict Wong; Jonas Karlsson; Jesse Plemons; Cristin Milioti; Jimmi Simpson; Rosemarie DeWitt; Andrea Riseborough; Kiran Sonia Sawar; Georgina Campbell; Joe Cole; Maxine Peake; Douglas Hodge; Letitia Wright; Jon Hamm; Rafe Spall, and more!

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Black Mirror (2011)

 information, scripts, pictures, & binge-brief

series & technical details

 CURRENT STATUS:

streaming on Netflix; renewed for season 5

 GENRES:

drama / sci-fi / thriller

 CONTENT RATING:

TV-MA

 SEASONS:

4

 EPISODES:

19

 RUNNING TIME:

approx. 40 to 89 mins /episode

 🍿 TOTAL BINGE TIME:

155 binge minutes (se.1) / 206 binge minutes (se.2) / 382 binge minutes (se.3) / 348 binge minutes (se.4)

 ASPECT RATIO:

1.90 : 1 (some episodes) / 16:9 HD (se.1-2) / 2.00 : 1 (some episodes) / 2.20 : 1 (some episodes)

 SOUND MIX:

Dolby Digital

 ORIGINAL LANGUAGE:

English (various subtitle languages also available)

 CAMERA:

Arri Alexa (se.1) / Red Epic (se.2-3) / ALEXA 65 (se.4)

 PROCESS:

Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format) / Dolby Vision / HDR10

business details

 PRODUCTION:

Zeppotron / Channel 4 Television Corporation / Gran Babieka

 DISTRIBUTION:

Netflix

 RELEASE DATES:

4 Dec. 2011 (se.1) / 11 Feb. 2013 (se.2) / 21 Oct. 2016 (se.3) / 29 Dec. 2017 (se.4)

 PRODUCTION BUDGET:

--

worth noting

 AWARDS:

Won 7 Primetime Emmy Awards. Another 20 wins & 73 nominations

series outline

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Black Mirror is an anthology series that taps into our collective unease with the modern world, with each stand-alone episode a sharp, suspenseful tale exploring themes of contemporary techno-paranoia. Without questioning it, technology has transformed all aspects of our lives; in every home; on every desk; in every palm - a plasma screen; a monitor; a Smartphone – a Black Mirror reflecting our 21st Century existence back at us. The series is created and written by Charlie Brooker, and executive produced by Brooker and Annabel Jones.

 

Happy bingeing! 🍿 - Nick Runyeard

 

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Screen capture from season 4, episode 1 of Black Mirror. (Source: Netflix)

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Black Mirror stars Bryce Dallas Howard; Alice Eve; Cherry Jones; Wyatt Russell; Hannah John-Kamen; Wunmi Mosaku; Ken Yamamura; Elizabeth Moynihan; Alex Lawther; Jerome Flynn; Susannah Doyle; Gugu Mbatha-Raw; Mackenzie Davis; Malachi Kirby; Madeline Brewer; Ariane Labed; Kelly Macdonald; Faye Marsay; Benedict Wong; Jonas Karlsson; Jesse Plemons; Cristin Milioti; Jimmi Simpson; Rosemarie DeWitt; Andrea Riseborough; Kiran Sonia Sawar; Georgina Campbell; Joe Cole; Maxine Peake; Douglas Hodge; Letitia Wright; Jon Hamm; Rafe Spall, and more!

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Black Mirror (2011)

review & opinion

seasons 1 through 4

Black Mirror is a Netflix Original series, produced by Zeppotron, a British-based production company headed by Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones.  There are 19 episodes over 4 seasons (Netflix has ordered another season).  Each episode is around 40 minutes to nearly 90 minutes in length.

 

The spoken language is English, and Netflix offers dubbing and/or subtitles in several other languages. There may be more language options available in your area.

 

Black Mirror is rated TV-MA.  This series contains scenes that viewers may find disturbing, including nudity and violence.

 

Black Mirror in short, will freak you out. Could any of what you see actually happen "in the near future"? There's always a chance. Anything is possible.

Alex Lawther in season 3, episode 3 of Black Mirror.

Alex Lawther in season 3, episode 3 of Black Mirror. (Source: Netflix)

Among the dark themes, there is some humor. Odd, creepy humor. Don’t feel weird or awkward laughing at certain situations that may otherwise be inappropriate.

I binged the entire series (4 seasons) one weekend in 2018 (over 1,000 combined minutes in 19 episodes). Black Mirror has been reviewed ad-nauseum, and I have nothing more to add that will influence anyone’s viewing decision either way. However, I will offer a brief opine and a selection of the best episodes for your consideration.

Each episode is a self-contained pseudo-science fiction story, running anywhere from 43 minutes to nearly 90 minutes. I can compare it to an updated version of The Twilight Zone, at least that’s the first thing I thought of. Except, in Black Mirror the characters aren’t really in another dimension per se, they’re in the now and all the freaky stuff that happens is ‘common’ among the population.

Screen capture from season 4, episode 1 of Black Mirror.

Screen capture from season 4, episode 1 of Black Mirror. (Source: Netflix)

Technology, and how it can affect (sometimes adversely) everyday life is the centerpiece of each episode. If you’re looking for a feel-good series with predictable plots you’re not going to find it in Black Mirror. You’ll see the dark side of humanity and what people are capable of when this cool technology is exploited for all the wrong reasons: some of these episodes get really gloomy.

Although each story can stand on its own (you can afford to miss episodes and still know what’s going on), I counted least seven chapters that briefly refer to another in the series (like a specific piece of technology, or a quote from a character). If you miss the reference, though, it’s not going to totally throw you for a loop.

Among the dark themes, there is some humor. Odd, creepy humor. Don’t feel weird or awkward laughing at certain situations that may otherwise be inappropriate. I was horrified after the first episode in season 1 (The National Anthem). Truly sickened, in fact. When I watched it a second time, I giggled like a mad-man. But it’s that humor that makes Black Mirror a fun and addictive series to watch. Some of the ‘laugh-out-loud’ moments, for me, were in seeing justice get served to the deserving. What boundaries will they cross in the next season I wonder?

series & technical details

 CURRENT STATUS:

streaming on Netflix; renewed for season 5

 GENRES:

drama / sci-fi / thriller

 CONTENT RATING:

TV-MA

 SEASONS:

4

 EPISODES:

19

 RUNNING TIME:

approx. 40 to 89 mins /episode

 🍿 TOTAL BINGE TIME:

155 binge minutes (se.1) / 206 binge minutes (se.2) / 382 binge minutes (se.3) / 348 binge minutes (se.4)

 ASPECT RATIO:

1.90 : 1 (some episodes) / 16:9 HD (se.1-2) / 2.00 : 1 (some episodes) / 2.20 : 1 (some episodes)

 SOUND MIX:

Dolby Digital

 ORIGINAL LANGUAGE:

English (various subtitle languages also available)

 CAMERA:

Arri Alexa (se.1) / Red Epic (se.2-3) / ALEXA 65 (se.4)

 PROCESS:

Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format) / Dolby Vision / HDR10

business details

 PRODUCTION:

Zeppotron / Channel 4 Television Corporation / Gran Babieka

 DISTRIBUTION:

Netflix

 RELEASE DATES:

4 Dec. 2011 (se.1) / 11 Feb. 2013 (se.2) / 21 Oct. 2016 (se.3) / 29 Dec. 2017 (se.4)

 PRODUCTION BUDGET:

--

worth noting

 AWARDS:

Won 7 Primetime Emmy Awards. Another 20 wins & 73 nominations

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Black Mirror stars Bryce Dallas Howard; Alice Eve; Cherry Jones; Wyatt Russell; Hannah John-Kamen; Wunmi Mosaku; Ken Yamamura; Elizabeth Moynihan; Alex Lawther; Jerome Flynn; Susannah Doyle; Gugu Mbatha-Raw; Mackenzie Davis; Malachi Kirby; Madeline Brewer; Ariane Labed; Kelly Macdonald; Faye Marsay; Benedict Wong; Jonas Karlsson; Jesse Plemons; Cristin Milioti; Jimmi Simpson; Rosemarie DeWitt; Andrea Riseborough; Kiran Sonia Sawar; Georgina Campbell; Joe Cole; Maxine Peake; Douglas Hodge; Letitia Wright; Jon Hamm; Rafe Spall, and more!

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season 4 - episode 3
"Crocodile"

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

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 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

1
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-["Strict Machine" playing]
-♪ Wonderful electric ♪

2
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-[bottle smashes]
-[laughing]

3
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♪ Cover me in you ♪

4
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Woo!

5
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♪ I'm in love ♪

6
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♪ I'm in love ♪

7
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♪ I'm in love with a strict machine ♪

8
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-♪ I'm in love ♪
-[man] Fuck, yeah! Come on!

9
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♪ I'm in love ♪

10
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♪ I'm in love with a strict machine ♪

11
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["Strict Machine"
continues playing in car]

12
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[woman laughing]

13
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-♪ I'm in love, I'm in love ♪
-[chattering]

14
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♪ I'm in love with a strict machine ♪

15
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[high-pitched]
♪ I'm in love, I'm in love ♪

16
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♪ I'm in love with a sick machine ♪

17
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[stifles laughter]

18
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[man laughs]

19
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[softly] ♪ I'm in love-- ♪

20
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-[brakes screech]
-[crashing]

21
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[tires screeching]

22
00:01:41,760 --> 00:01:43,880
[panting]

23
00:01:51,040 --> 00:01:52,440
I didn't see him, Mia.

24
00:01:53,480 --> 00:01:55,000
-[slamming]
-[man] Fuck!

25
00:01:55,680 --> 00:01:56,960
Fucking hell, man.

26
00:01:58,560 --> 00:02:00,920
-[Mia] Rob, we've gotta go and look.
-[car door opens]

27
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[grunts]

28
00:02:05,120 --> 00:02:06,080
[car door slams]

29
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-[whispers] Oh, my gosh, Rob.
-Hey.

30
00:02:17,480 --> 00:02:19,000
It's all right, baby.

31
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[Mia breathes heavily]

32
00:02:24,680 --> 00:02:26,160
[Mia whispering] Oh, my God...

33
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[whimpers, exhales]

34
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[moans]

35
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[Mia whimpers]

36
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-Fucking...
-[Mia] Oh, my God!

37
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[Rob] Fuck.

38
00:02:38,080 --> 00:02:40,160
-Rob, we've gotta call someone.
-[phone beeps]

39
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No, no, no, no, no, no.
Fucking hell, Mia. Think, OK, hey?

40
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You need to think, baby.

41
00:02:45,920 --> 00:02:48,400
-We've been fucking caning it, yeah?
-Yeah.

42
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And I-- [stammers]

43
00:02:51,240 --> 00:02:54,000
This is prison, yeah?
A fucking instant prison.

44
00:02:54,080 --> 00:02:57,920
I've got fuck knows how much drink in me,
I fucking hit a guy.

45
00:02:58,480 --> 00:03:01,520
Now, they will put me in the cell.
I'm the driver, they'll fu--

46
00:03:02,000 --> 00:03:04,040
They'll put me in a cell
and fucking keep me there.

47
00:03:04,120 --> 00:03:06,760
-That's what they'll fucking--
-We can't just leave him here.

48
00:03:06,840 --> 00:03:09,760
-Shut the fuck up, Mia! Shut--
-And just leave him here in the road?!

49
00:03:09,840 --> 00:03:13,000
I need to fucking think, OK?
[whimpers] I need to think.

50
00:03:13,520 --> 00:03:14,360
Fuck!

51
00:03:16,560 --> 00:03:19,720
[Rob stammering]
OK, there's, there's a lake over there.

52
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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!

54
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No.

55
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No!

56
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-[Rob] Mia.
-Don't.

57
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Mia, come on. Get the bag with me.
Get the bag.

58
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[Mia retches]

59
00:03:41,600 --> 00:03:43,800
-[Mia] No. No, get off.
-Baby, come on.

60
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[grunting, straining]

61
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[grunting]

62
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Fuck.

63
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[sighs, strains]

64
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[Rob grunting]

65
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[Rob sighs] You get the fucking rocks,
I'll stack them, OK?

66
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I need more fucking rocks.

67
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[sniffs]

68
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Just put a pile,
put the fucking pile there.

69
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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...

72
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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

76
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amongst such impressive company.

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

78
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I'm thrilled to have been asked to share
my vision of the future, such as it is.

79
00:05:33,720 --> 00:05:35,720
Looking around at a world
of injustice, intolerance

80
00:05:35,800 --> 00:05:38,320
and huge environmental challenges,

81
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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.

83
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[Mia] Um...

84
00:05:48,720 --> 00:05:51,720
So I'll start with a funny story.

85
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[computer mouse clicks]

86
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[keys jangling]

87
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-[soft rock music playing]
-[Mia] Right. I'm off.

88
00:06:05,840 --> 00:06:07,800
Bye-bye. [kisses]

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[man whistling]

90
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-See you later on.
-[Mia] See you tomorrow.

91
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OK.

92
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-[Mia] Have a nice day.
-You too.

93
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-Bye, Mom!
-There we go.

94
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[phone bleeps]

95
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[car blinker ticking]

96
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[dog barking]

97
00:07:03,760 --> 00:07:05,440
-[chain rattles]
-Hiya, puppy.

98
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[barking continues]

99
00:07:19,480 --> 00:07:20,760
One moment.

100
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-Coming!
-[sniffs]

101
00:07:27,960 --> 00:07:29,400
Just a second!

102
00:07:32,520 --> 00:07:34,280
-Mrs. Carmichael?
-Yes?

103
00:07:34,360 --> 00:07:35,840
I'm here on behalf of Realm Insurance.

104
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Just need to log your recollections
about the accident.

105
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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

108
00:08:07,640 --> 00:08:11,080
one of the most innovative architects
of her generation.

109
00:08:11,480 --> 00:08:14,480
Not just an architect of buildings,
but communities.

110
00:08:15,280 --> 00:08:19,360
But enough of me telling you about her.
Please welcome Mia Nolan.

111
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[applause]

112
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Thank you, Martin. Thanks.
It's an honor to be speaking here

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amongst such impressive company.

114
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[pizza van beeps]

115
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[automated voice] Good evening,
welcome to Fences Pizza.

116
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Your pizza is ready for collection.

117
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[knock on door]

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[Mia] Hello?

119
00:09:03,680 --> 00:09:06,200
-[Rob] It's me.
-Hey. Hey.

120
00:09:07,320 --> 00:09:09,920
-Did your chin catch Dutch fur disease?
-[Rob] Yeah, fuck you.

121
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[laughs]

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

123
00:09:19,400 --> 00:09:21,800
What's it been?
It's been like two years now, hasn't it?

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00:09:21,880 --> 00:09:23,000
Uh, three.

125
00:09:23,080 --> 00:09:25,840
Dropping in on my hotel room,
it must be important.

126
00:09:25,920 --> 00:09:28,080
-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

128
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for what is it,
some, some architecture thing?

129
00:09:33,080 --> 00:09:34,720
It's a forum, they call it.

130
00:09:34,800 --> 00:09:37,320
People actually pay to come
and listen to me talk. [scoffs]

131
00:09:37,400 --> 00:09:38,280
Imagine that.

132
00:09:39,200 --> 00:09:40,880
Almost does my head in. [laughs]

133
00:09:41,360 --> 00:09:43,520
And you're looking good.
Is that the gym?

134
00:09:43,600 --> 00:09:44,600
Well, you look--

135
00:09:44,680 --> 00:09:48,240
I look like dog shit, Mia.
I'll save you the bother.

136
00:09:48,560 --> 00:09:50,320
Dried-up dog shit.

137
00:09:50,400 --> 00:09:52,880
-[Mia] Do you want a drink?
-I knocked it on the head.

138
00:09:54,880 --> 00:09:56,480
What, you quit, like fully quit?

139
00:09:56,560 --> 00:09:59,480
[Rob] Nine months, three weeks, two days.

140
00:10:02,120 --> 00:10:04,440
Well done. Well, that's great.

141
00:10:04,520 --> 00:10:05,600
You go ahead.

142
00:10:06,600 --> 00:10:07,880
-Really, go on.
-You sure?

143
00:10:07,960 --> 00:10:10,080
-Absolutely.
-OK.

144
00:10:12,160 --> 00:10:15,960
[Mia] You picked a terrible place
to come see me 'cause it reeks of hops

145
00:10:16,040 --> 00:10:17,960
all the way down the street outside here.

146
00:10:18,040 --> 00:10:19,960
-Did you notice that?
-[Rob] No.

147
00:10:20,040 --> 00:10:23,400
-[Mia] It's like a full-on beer smell.
-[bottle opening, fizzing]

148
00:10:23,800 --> 00:10:25,440
Can't help your sobriety, that.

149
00:10:29,040 --> 00:10:33,760
But I probably shouldn't be talking
about booze, should I? [sighs]

150
00:10:40,920 --> 00:10:43,000
Rob, I hope you're not here
to talk about what I--

151
00:10:43,080 --> 00:10:44,160
It's about that, yeah.

152
00:10:46,280 --> 00:10:48,720
I've been thinking about it again,
that night.

153
00:10:48,800 --> 00:10:50,520
-[Mia] Rob.
-I can't not think about it.

154
00:10:50,600 --> 00:10:52,320
We said that we'd put it out of our minds.

155
00:10:53,400 --> 00:10:55,560
Weren't we just gonna try and keep it out?

156
00:10:56,800 --> 00:10:58,160
[Rob] I can't. I'm sorry.

157
00:11:01,240 --> 00:11:02,840
It was a long time ago.

158
00:11:02,920 --> 00:11:05,360
Well, in here, it's now.

159
00:11:07,040 --> 00:11:08,120
Yeah, I know.

160
00:11:09,680 --> 00:11:12,120
Why today?
Why is it preying on your mind today?

161
00:11:13,080 --> 00:11:15,320
-[Rob] There's a news story.
-A news story?

162
00:11:15,400 --> 00:11:16,360
[paper rustles]

163
00:11:16,440 --> 00:11:19,480
Uh, a featured article.
Well, whatever you call it.

164
00:11:19,800 --> 00:11:21,240
[stammers] I printed it for you.

165
00:11:22,480 --> 00:11:23,480
Mia?

166
00:11:23,560 --> 00:11:26,120
That-- That's her. It's his wife.

167
00:11:26,200 --> 00:11:29,960
-You don't know that's his wife.
-There is a photo of him at the bottom.

168
00:11:30,040 --> 00:11:31,000
It's him.

169
00:11:31,840 --> 00:11:34,040
And the poor cunt, they never found him.

170
00:11:35,080 --> 00:11:37,200
So she never remarried.

171
00:11:37,560 --> 00:11:38,920
She never fucking moved house.

172
00:11:39,000 --> 00:11:40,880
She stayed where she is
in case he came back.

173
00:11:40,960 --> 00:11:43,760
All this time, Mia,
she's still waiting for him.

174
00:11:48,040 --> 00:11:52,200
That's dreadful. But what can we do?

175
00:11:56,840 --> 00:11:58,400
I'm gonna write her a letter.

176
00:12:04,440 --> 00:12:05,480
-No.
-Anonymous.

177
00:12:05,560 --> 00:12:08,080
-I am not gonna mention you.
-Rob, no.

178
00:12:10,240 --> 00:12:12,680
You'll open up God knows what,
you'll just rake it all up.

179
00:12:12,760 --> 00:12:15,360
-[stammers] I can't live with it, Mia.
-There's things they can do.

180
00:12:15,440 --> 00:12:17,000
'Cause they can trace it back.

181
00:12:18,880 --> 00:12:21,120
They can trace it.
They'll find the body, they'll find us.

182
00:12:21,200 --> 00:12:23,680
-They won't find us.
-Yes, they will, then we're fucked.

183
00:12:23,760 --> 00:12:26,600
Look, when I quit alcohol,

184
00:12:26,680 --> 00:12:28,920
they told me to make amends
with anyone I've ever hurt.

185
00:12:29,000 --> 00:12:30,560
Who have I hurt more than her?

186
00:12:30,640 --> 00:12:33,120
Also say you're not supposed
to hurt anyone else. What about me?

187
00:12:33,200 --> 00:12:34,800
-What about her?
-No, no, no.

188
00:12:36,320 --> 00:12:37,480
No.

189
00:12:40,560 --> 00:12:42,960
No! Fuck!

190
00:12:43,680 --> 00:12:45,640
[exhales, whimpers]

191
00:12:45,720 --> 00:12:48,120
It was your idea.
It was your fucking idea!

192
00:12:48,320 --> 00:12:52,760
-[Rob] I know. I know, and I'm sorry.
-[sobs]

193
00:12:54,200 --> 00:12:57,800
Fifteen years, 15 years,
the fucking shame, the fucking guilt!

194
00:13:04,360 --> 00:13:07,200
I've got somewhere. I've got a life.
You don't know, don't understand.

195
00:13:07,280 --> 00:13:09,080
[Rob] That's not the point, though.

196
00:13:09,160 --> 00:13:10,640
-You don't understand.
-[scoffs]

197
00:13:10,720 --> 00:13:14,280
You're not married.
I've got a son. He's nine years old.

198
00:13:14,360 --> 00:13:16,440
You've seen photos of him.
Think of him, please.

199
00:13:16,520 --> 00:13:17,520
I'm sorry.

200
00:13:21,200 --> 00:13:22,520
[Rob sighs]

201
00:13:23,680 --> 00:13:25,280
I sat on this for you.

202
00:13:25,360 --> 00:13:28,080
-I fucking sat on this for you!
-I'm sorry. I'm sorry!

203
00:13:33,120 --> 00:13:35,320
Hey, look at me.

204
00:13:35,400 --> 00:13:36,720
[sniffles]

205
00:13:38,040 --> 00:13:39,240
[sighs]

206
00:13:39,320 --> 00:13:40,400
Look at me.

207
00:13:40,480 --> 00:13:43,240
I've made up my mind,
and that's how it is.

208
00:13:43,320 --> 00:13:45,640
Please, please, please.

209
00:13:45,720 --> 00:13:50,760
Please, please, please, Rob.
Hey, listen, I understand. I understand.

210
00:13:51,480 --> 00:13:52,840
Do you?

211
00:13:52,920 --> 00:13:55,200
Yeah. Come on, let's talk about this.

212
00:13:55,280 --> 00:13:57,160
No, no, I can't stay here.

213
00:13:57,240 --> 00:13:59,840
-[Mia] No, no, no, no.
-What are you doing? Let go!

214
00:13:59,920 --> 00:14:01,520
Mia, I'm fucking leaving.

215
00:14:02,400 --> 00:14:03,600
[Rob] What are you doing?

216
00:14:04,280 --> 00:14:08,160
Mia, let the-- Mia, let the fuck--
Let the fuck-- go!

217
00:14:08,240 --> 00:14:09,440
-[crashing]
-[Rob] Fuck...

218
00:14:09,520 --> 00:14:11,640
-[Mia sobs]
-Ah!

219
00:14:11,720 --> 00:14:12,880
[head cracks]

220
00:14:16,040 --> 00:14:17,560
[Mia gasps]

221
00:14:18,600 --> 00:14:20,400
[Rob groans]

222
00:14:20,480 --> 00:14:25,320
-[Mia grunts]
-[choking]

223
00:14:30,840 --> 00:14:32,480
[choking continues]

224
00:14:32,560 --> 00:14:33,840
-[Mia strains]
-[groans]

225
00:14:35,960 --> 00:14:37,840
[Mia gasping]

226
00:14:39,240 --> 00:14:40,600
[choking stops]

227
00:14:51,840 --> 00:14:53,840
[breath quavering]

228
00:14:56,520 --> 00:14:59,040
[Mia panting]

229
00:15:06,160 --> 00:15:07,760
[exhales]

230
00:15:11,560 --> 00:15:13,160
["Anyone Who Knows What Love Is" playing]

231
00:15:13,240 --> 00:15:15,680
[pizza van whirs]

232
00:15:15,760 --> 00:15:17,320
[whirring, crashing]

233
00:15:18,560 --> 00:15:21,800
[man screams in pain]

234
00:15:24,440 --> 00:15:26,560
[pizza van alarm bleeps]

235
00:15:26,640 --> 00:15:27,720
[man groans]

236
00:16:01,120 --> 00:16:02,800
-[woman] Huh?
-[exhales]

237
00:16:03,160 --> 00:16:04,360
[man] Codger.

238
00:16:04,800 --> 00:16:06,920
That's his name, Codger. [laughs]

239
00:16:07,440 --> 00:16:09,360
-What?
-[guinea pig squeaks]

240
00:16:09,440 --> 00:16:11,920
-Ah, you don't like him.
-Oh, it's not that.

241
00:16:12,000 --> 00:16:16,560
-It's so hard to get presents for you.
-No, I like him. He's... fluffy. [laughs]

242
00:16:16,640 --> 00:16:18,640
Exactly. No, Ali's gonna love him.

243
00:16:18,720 --> 00:16:21,480
It's just we've got a lot going on,
what with Ali and...

244
00:16:21,560 --> 00:16:24,360
I'll take him back. The pet shop guy
was OK. It won't be a problem.

245
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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