- 1. Woo!
- 2. I didn't see him, Mia.
- 3. Fuck!
- 4. Fucking hell, man.
- 5. Oh, my gosh, Rob.
- 6. It's all right, baby.
- 7. Oh, my God...
- 8. - Fucking...
Oh, my God!
- 9. Fuck.
- 10. - Rob, we've gotta call someone.
- 11. No, no, no, no, no, no.
Fucking hell, Mia. Think, OK, hey?
- 12. You need to think, baby.
- 13. - We've been fucking caning it, yeah?
- 14. And I—
- 15. This is prison, yeah?
A fucking instant prison.
- 16. I've got fuck knows how much drink in me,
I fucking hit a guy.
- 17. Now, they will put me in the cell.
I'm the driver, they'll fu—
- 18. They'll put me in a cell
and fucking keep me there.
- 19. - That's what they'll fucking—
- We can't just leave him here.
- 20. - Shut the fuck up, Mia! Shut—
- And just leave him here in the road?
- 21. I need to fucking think, OK?
I need to think.
- 22. Fuck!
- 23. OK, there's, there's a lake over there.
- 24. And there's a sleeping bag in the boot.
You keep an eye on the road!
- 25. - No.
Keep an eye on the road!
- 26. No.
- 27. No!
- 28. Mia.
- 29. Mia, come on. Get the bag with me.
Get the bag.
- 30. No. No, get off.
- Baby, come on.
- 31. Fuck.
- 32. You get the fucking rocks,
I'll stack them, OK?
- 33. I need more fucking rocks.
- 34. Just put a pile,
put the fucking pile there.
- 35. Put the pile...
- 36. Close it up. Close it up.
Close his head. Close his head.
- 37. Three...
- 38. two...
- 39. one.
- 40. Um, it's an honor
to be speaking here today
- 41. amongst such impressive company.
- 42. Uh, I'm thrilled to have been shared—
- 43. I'm thrilled to have been asked to share
my vision of the future, such as it is.
- 44. Looking around at a world
of injustice, intolerance
- 45. and huge environmental challenges,
- 46. it's hard to imagine a bright future,
but we can and we must.
- 47. It's the only way that we can build
a better tomorrow.
- 48. Um...
- 49. So I'll start with a funny story.
- 50. Right. I'm off.
- 51. Bye-bye.
- 52. - See you later on.
See you tomorrow.
- 53. OK.
- 54. Have a nice day.
- You too.
- 55. - Bye, Mom!
- There we go.
- 56. - Hiya, puppy.
- 57. One moment.
- 58. - Coming!
- 59. Just a second!
- 60. - Mrs. Carmichael?
- 61. I'm here on behalf of Realm Insurance.
- 62. Just need to log your recollections
about the accident.
- 63. - Am I all right to come in?
- Uh, OK then.
- 64. Someone who has risen to become
- 65. one of the most innovative architects
of her generation.
- 66. Not just an architect of buildings,
- 67. But enough of me telling you about her.
Please welcome Mia Nolan.
- 68. Thank you, Martin. Thanks.
It's an honor to be speaking here
- 69. amongst such impressive company.
- 70. Good evening,
welcome to Fences Pizza.
- 71. Your pizza is ready for collection.
- 72. Hello?
- 73. It's me.
- Hey. Hey.
- 74. - Did your chin catch Dutch fur disease?
Yeah, fuck you.
- 75. I didn't say I didn't like it. Come in.
- 76. What's it been?
It's been like two years now, hasn't it?
- 77. Uh, three.
- 78. Dropping in on my hotel room,
it must be important.
- 79. - Shall we find somewhere to eat?
- Yeah, well, I...
- 80. I got in touch 'cause I saw that
you were in town
- 81. for what is it,
some, some architecture thing?
- 82. It's a forum, they call it.
- 83. People actually pay to come
and listen to me talk.
- 84. Imagine that.
- 85. Almost does my head in.
- 86. And you're looking good.
Is that the gym?
- 87. Well, you look—
- 88. I look like dog shit, Mia.
I'll save you the bother.
- 89. Dried-up dog shit.
- 90. Do you want a drink?
- I knocked it on the head.
- 91. What, you quit, like fully quit?
- 92. Nine months, three weeks, two days.
- 93. Well done. Well, that's great.
- 94. You go ahead.
- 95. - Really, go on.
- You sure?
- 96. - Absolutely.
- 97. You picked a terrible place
to come see me 'cause it reeks of hops
- 98. all the way down the street outside here.
- 99. - Did you notice that?
- 100. Can't help your sobriety, that.
- 101. But I probably shouldn't be talking
about booze, should I?
- 102. Rob, I hope you're not here
to talk about what I—
- 103. It's about that, yeah.
- 104. I've been thinking about it again,
- 105. Rob.
- I can't not think about it.
- 106. We said that we'd put it out of our minds.
- 107. Weren't we just gonna try and keep it out?
- 108. I can't. I'm sorry.
- 109. It was a long time ago.
- 110. Well, in here, it's now.
- 111. Yeah, I know.
- 112. Why today?
Why is it preying on your mind today?
- 113. There's a news story.
- A news story?
- 114. Uh, a featured article.
Well, whatever you call it.
- 115. I printed it for you.
- 116. Mia?
- 117. That— That's her. It's his wife.
- 118. - You don't know that's his wife.
- There is a photo of him at the bottom.
- 119. It's him.
- 120. And the poor cunt, they never found him.
- 121. So she never remarried.
- 122. She never fucking moved house.
- 123. She stayed where she is
in case he came back.
- 124. All this time, Mia,
she's still waiting for him.
- 125. That's dreadful. But what can we do?
- 126. I'm gonna write her a letter.
- 127. - No.
- 128. - I am not gonna mention you.
- Rob, no.
- 129. You'll open up God knows what,
you'll just rake it all up.
- 130. I can't live with it, Mia.
- There's things they can do.
- 131. 'Cause they can trace it back.
- 132. They can trace it.
They'll find the body, they'll find us.
- 133. - They won't find us.
- Yes, they will, then we're fucked.
- 134. Look, when I quit alcohol,
- 135. they told me to make amends
with anyone I've ever hurt.
- 136. Who have I hurt more than her?
- 137. Also say you're not supposed
to hurt anyone else. What about me?
- 138. - What about her?
- No, no, no.
- 139. No.
- 140. No! Fuck!
- 141. It was your idea.
It was your fucking idea!
- 142. Fifteen years, 15 years,
the fucking shame, the fucking guilt!
- 143. I've got somewhere. I've got a life.
You don't know, don't understand.
- 144. That's not the point, though.
- 145. - You don't understand.
- 146. You're not married.
I've got a son. He's nine years old.
- 147. You've seen photos of him.
Think of him, please.
- 148. I'm sorry.
- 149. I sat on this for you.
- 150. - I fucking sat on this for you!
- I'm sorry. I'm sorry!
- 151. Hey, look at me.
- 152. Look at me.
- 153. I've made up my mind,
and that's how it is.
- 154. Please, please, please.
- 155. Please, please, please, Rob.
Hey, listen, I understand. I understand.
- 156. Do you?
- 157. Yeah. Come on, let's talk about this.
- 158. No, no, I can't stay here.
- 159. No, no, no, no.
- What are you doing? Let go!
- 160. Mia, I'm fucking leaving.
- 161. What are you doing?
- 162. Mia, let the— Mia, let the fuck—
Let the fuck— go!
- 163. Fuck...
- 164. - Ah!
- 165. Codger.
- 166. That's his name, Codger.
- 167. - What?
- 168. - Ah, you don't like him.
- Oh, it's not that.
- 169. - It's so hard to get presents for you.
- No, I like him. He's... fluffy.
- 170. Exactly. No, Ali's gonna love him.
- 171. It's just we've got a lot going on,
what with Ali and...
- 172. I'll take him back. The pet shop guy
was OK. It won't be a problem.
- 173. No, no, no, no, you're right.
It'll be good for Ali.
- 174. Codger stays.
- 175. - He's... Codger the lodger.
- 176. Changing time. Uh...
- 177. - Happy birthday.
- 178. Room service.
- 179. Lovely, thank you.
- 180. Hi. Hiya, love.
- 181. Yeah, it was...
No, the speech went great.
- 182. Yeah, I'm back in the morning.
- 183. I'm just tired, that's all.
- 184. Um...
- 185. Did he? Oh, that's great.
- 186. No, don't put him on.
- 187. Hi, hey.
- 188. Hey, Dad said you were great
in your rehearsal for your play.
- 189. You had a good rehearsal?
Yeah, I'm proud of you.
- 190. Yeah.
- 191. I love you.
- 192. So that's one night.
- 193. You had room service
and a £9.99 charge for the movie.
- 194. For a movie?
- 195. You... you watched a film last night, no?
- 196. Yeah. I was in last night, yeah.
- 197. Thanks.
- 198. - Thank you.
- 199. I'm from Realm Insurance,
about the pizza van accident.
- 200. Oh, come in.
- 201. I mean,
- 202. it'll cover you for up to four months,
but that is quite a substantial claim.
- 203. Well, I was heading off on tour
with the Philharmonic next week.
- 204. Europe, Middle East, Australia.
- 205. - Not now.
- 206. As I'm sure you appreciate,
with a payout of this size,
- 207. - we will need to investigate the accident.
- Yeah, of course.
- 208. Now, that stretch of the street has
a security camera, vandalized,
- 209. by some kids, I'm guessing,
paintballed right in the wrong place.
- 210. But the, um...
- 211. delivery van thing must've had a camera.
- 212. - Not working.
- Oh, for God's sake.
- 213. No, that's actually good for your claim.
Fences Pizza's a big company.
- 214. They've been claiming
their driverless fleet has a good record.
- 215. The malfunctioning camera,
that's a step toward negligence.
- 216. So if we can prove full liability,
you could also consider filing
- 217. a substantial civil case
under our litigation wing?
- 218. Could be a lot of money.
- 219. Yeah, OK, I'm sold.
- 220. Great.
- 221. Now, I'll just hook you up
- 222. - to the recaller here.
- 223. We prefer "corroborators."
- 224. Police things, aren't they?
- Mm... Not since last year.
- 225. We all have them now.
- 226. Right.
- 227. - May I?
- 228. So, this accesses engrams,
your memories of what happened.
- 229. Now, they're subjective.
- 230. They may not be totally accurate,
and they're often emotional,
- 231. but by collecting a range of recollections
from yourself and any witnesses,
- 232. we can help build a corroborative picture
of the whole.
- 233. I don't remember anything.
It's a total blank.
- 234. Oh, I've got something that might help.
- 235. What, getting drunk?
- 236. The accident happened a few hundred
meters from the Castle Port Brewery.
- 237. The whole area smells like a pub.
- 238. No sipping, just take a sniff.
- 239. Aroma's a great memory boost,
helps anchor you
- 240. - to where you were.
- 241. Oh... that's familiar.
- 242. OK. Now, hold that smell in your mind,
close your eyes and picture the street.
- 243. Getting something now.
- 244. - Yeah. I went to a sort of comic shop...
- 245. Culty stuff. Um...
- 246. I think it started snowing
when I came out.
- 247. Heavy snow, um...
- 248. There was music from a car.
- 249. I like that song.
- 250. There was a woman in a yellow coat
coming towards me.
- 251. Good recall on her face.
- 252. She had this weird lipstick on.
It stood out.
- 253. And she's pretty.
- 254. - Um, yeah, yeah, and that, too.
- 255. Well, the more emotional your response,
the more vivid your memory of it is.
- 256. So there was the music and a girl,
and then what happened?
- 257. Well, I went to cross the road,
wasn't really thinking about anything,
- 258. - and, uh...
- 259. And that's just when it just goes. Um...
- 260. That's OK.
What you've given me is already useful.
- 261. Well, I've got someone
to look for, Little Miss Yellow Coat.
- 262. - Hey.
Ah, the wanderer returns.
- 263. - Yeah.
- You don't know how to fix this, do you?
- 264. Um, yeah, I'll have a look at it later.
- 265. Hi, Mom.
- 266. Tonight's the big night.
- 267. Dad!
- 268. - School musical, Bugsy Malone.
- 269. You all right?
- 270. Yeah. Yeah.
- 271. They've got this, um, sound system
for the backing tracks
- 272. that they can't work out
and I said I'd help them out.
- 273. So... I'm gonna be there all day.
- 274. You're gonna die
of loneliness here, are you?
- 275. Yeah, I'll be fine.
- 276. Well, we'll see you later, 7:30.
- 277. Mm-hmm.
- Don't forget.
- 278. I won't.
- 279. See ya.
See you later.
- 280. Bye.
- 281. It was only yesterday.
- 282. The fresher the memory,
the stronger it is,
- 283. and the stronger the memory,
the stronger the case.
- 284. I'll also just get you
to take a sniff of this.
- 285. God knows what they think
we're doing in here.
- 286. If you close your eyes,
I'm also gonna play a piece of music.
- 287. God, yeah, yeah, that, that was on.
- 288. How weird.
- 289. Hold those things in your mind
and picture what you saw.
- 290. I was on Stanhope Road,
near the hotel place,
- 291. looking at flats and stuff,
you know, window shopping.
- 292. I saw this guy walking towards me.
- 293. I remember thinking
he looked sort of sweet.
- 294. The music was coming from the car,
which pulled off.
- 295. Actually that was when
the delivery thing drove past.
- 296. Fences Pizza?
What sort of speed was it going?
- 297. You mean, was it going too fast?
- 298. Um...
- 299. - Try and focus on the vehicle.
- 300. Um...
- 301. I don't know. I couldn't really say.
- 302. What about the impact itself?
- 303. Well, I didn't really see it.
I just saw the aftermath, really.
- 304. A moment earlier
you saw a bright light?
- 305. Yeah. Like a camera flash just before.
- 306. Just outside the dentist place.
- 307. - Hmm.
- 308. And I'm assuming
your window glazing's soundproof.
- 309. Yes, we get the odd screamer.
- I won't bother with the music then.
- 310. Look, to be honest,
the memory's a bit embarrassing—
- 311. - Don't worry, I've seen it all.
- Do you have to use that thing?
- 312. Look, your memories
will be sealed and private.
- 313. Unless they indicate you're harming
yourself or another person.
- 314. Go on then.
- 315. I'd had a patient.
- 316. Hmm, so I see.
- 317. She left around six, I think.
- 318. I stayed to clear up.
- 319. You saw something from the window?
- 320. There was a guy in the hotel window.
- 321. Well, what can I say?
- 322. He was picturesque.
- 323. Did you take a photo?
- 324. Well, I tried to.
- 325. I left the flash on by mistake,
so all I got was the reflection.
- 326. And then?
- I was going to take another one.
- 327. I saw some woman staring at something.
- 328. So I looked down,
it was just a load of commotion.
- 329. There was a woman
in a sort of lime coat.
- 330. Hmm, yellow actually.
- 331. Well, I knew it was vivid.
- Well, memories can be subjective.
- 332. What we do is build up an overall average,
a crowd-sourced picture of reality.
- 333. Did you see the vehicle
that hit the pedestrian?
- 334. Any sense of its speed?
- 335. I didn't see the actual crash, sorry.
- 336. OK.
- 337. - You won't tell anyone about the photo?
- 338. Don't need to put that in my report.
- 339. It's safe with me.
- 340. That'd be room 304.
- 341. Can you tell me who stayed there?
- 342. - You're not the police?
- No, but...
- 343. Then you'd have to lodge
for an information request for that.
- 344. But that could take up to a week
- 345. Sorry, management's an ass about it
ever since that thing
- 346. with what's-his-name,
the judge of Hot Shots?
- 347. Anyway, he got caught with a rent boy
and, um, a tabloid got his name
- 348. by hacking our booking system, and yeah,
- 349. they're tight as anything
about the rule now.
- 350. Oh, the woman I'm after
hasn't done anything.
- 351. I just think she might have
seen something outside
- 352. yesterday evening about 6:30.
- 353. Oh, I can...
- 354. I can tell you that she wasn't outside...
and I know what she was looking at.
- 355. How so?
- 356. I can't tell you who she is but, um,
she's into interesting films.
- 357. We log the in-house movies that people
watch and, um...
- 358. her choice stood out.
- 359. Oh.
- 360. - How nice for her. Thanks.
- 361. Oh, bless you.
- 362. How's the pizza accident going?
- 363. Hmm. A pain in the ass.
- 364. Can't pinpoint liability 'cause no one
agrees on the speed of the bloody thing
- 365. and I can't find anyone
who actually saw the impact.
- 366. Well, not yet.
- 367. Except maybe smudge face here,
whoever she is.
- 368. Oh, bingo.
- 369. Mia Nolan.
You might be the one, if you'll talk.
- 370. What, if she'll talk?
- 371. She was doing something embarrassing
in the hotel room,
- 372. watching a porn film.
- 373. She might not want me
poking around in her head.
- 374. She's, like, 50 miles out of town.
Do you mind if I head there now?
- 375. It's a bit late.
- 376. Oh, if I sew this up in 24 hours,
I get two times bonus.
- 377. Well...
- 378. Go. Go.
- 379. Hi, I'm Shazia. I'm from Realm Insurance.
- 380. - I've already got insurance, thanks.
I'm not selling anything.
- 381. I'm following up on an incident
you might've seen, a road accident.
- 382. I don't know anything about an accident.
- 383. This was only yesterday.
- 384. An accident?
- On Stanhope Road.
- 385. Medina Plaza Hotel, a pedestrian
was hit by a delivery vehicle,
- 386. Fences Pizza, driverless.
- 387. Um...
- 388. Right, yeah. I'm sorry, actually I did.
- 389. When you first mentioned it, I just didn't
think of it, but um... yeah, I did.
- 390. So you saw what happened?
- 391. Uh, yeah,
there was a guy crossing the street
- 392. and this little van thing sort of just
clipped him, it was quick.
- 393. Do you mind if I ask you a few
questions about it? It won't take long.
- 394. I'm sorry, I'm really busy. I've got...
- 395. I don't wanna sound heavy but
it's a legal requirement since last year.
- 396. It's a legal requirement?
- 397. Well, if you've witnessed
an incident, yes.
- 398. I have to notify the police
when people refuse,
- 399. and when they get involved,
it just drags everything out, so...
- 400. - Come in.
- 401. Yeah, just that way.
- 402. OK.
- 403. - What does that do?
- 404. Just helps me get a record
of what happened.
- 405. May I?
- 406. Well, I can just tell you what happened.
I can remember.
- 407. The van hit the guy, and he fell over,
and then people came to help.
- 408. How fast was it going though,
the delivery vehicle?
- 409. Um...
- 410. See, I just need a sense of that.
- 411. It's sometimes hard to articulate
what your mind's eye's seen,
- 412. but capturing your impression
of what you saw is really useful.
- 413. - OK, but I've got—
- And that's all I'm interested in.
- 414. You can read the terms here if you like.
- 415. All the legal stuff is in there.
- 416. Look, I don't care what you might've been
doing in the hotel room in your own time.
- 417. I'm not gonna ask you anything about that.
Won't go there.
- 418. - OK.
Private stuff is private stuff.
- 419. - So it's just the accident?
- Just that.
- 420. It's a bit of a long read, isn't it?
- 421. - Do you want a tea or a coffee?
- Oh, a coffee would be great.
- 422. - Yeah, OK. Espresso?
- 423. Do you mind if I just go and have a pee
if I'm gonna be sat down a while?
- 424. Yeah, sure.
- 425. I ate hotel food, I had room service.
- 426. I ate room service.
- 427. I was in the hotel room on my own.
- 428. Watched porn.
- 429. Watched porn.
- 430. Saw the accident.
- 431. Come on, focus.
- 432. I was on my own.
- 433. I was on my own.
- 434. I was on my own.
- 435. There you go.
- 436. Take a sniff.
- 437. - What's that for?
- It'll just help your recall.
- 438. - That's it.
- 439. The music will help jog your memory, too.
- 440. OK, close your eyes.
- 441. OK, let's start with you
in your hotel room.
- 442. So I was in my room
and I ordered room service.
- 443. All I need is the accident.
- 444. Try to picture the moments
leading up to the impact.
- 445. The fucking shame,
the fucking guilt...
- 446. No.
- 447. I sat on this...
Get the fuck off me fucking—
- 448. Well, that's... great.
- 449. Got what I needed on the van,
so, I'll be off.
- 450. OK.
- 451. - So you've got everything you needed?
- 452. Doesn't take long, it's just
a simple thing with the speed so...
- 453. Right.
- Yeah. Yeah.
- 454. Sorry about being short,
it's been a long day.
- 455. - No, it's fine.
- Got a lot of work on. Did you...
- 456. - So you've got everything you needed?
Yeah, yeah, got it all.
- 457. - Don't worry, thank you so much.
- I know this sounds silly,
- 458. but, um, you know, sometimes I just think
mad things, and it doesn't mean anything,
- 459. do you know what I mean?
When you have strange thoughts.
- 460. No, it's fine, like I said.
I got what I needed, so thank you.
- 461. Yeah, but do you know what I mean?
It's not like... it's just my head.
- 462. Come on!
- 463. No.
- 464. No, no, no, no! No!
- 465. No!
- 466. I'm sorry, um...
- 467. Um...
- 468. I fucked up, and I panicked.
- 469. Does your head hurt?
- 470. OK.
- 471. OK.
- 472. What am I gonna do with you?
- 473. I mean, I can't let you go.
- 474. You're gonna tell someone, aren't you?
- 475. I know, but even if you say you won't,
your recollections are all recorded.
- 476. I won't.
- They're not?
- 477. No.
- 478. If I take that off your mouth,
will you promise not to scream?
- 479. - Do you promise?
- 480. Forget the report. I'll delete...
I'll delete it, it won't go anywhere.
- 481. I don't know. I tried to delete it,
and I couldn't figure it out.
- 482. I won't say anything to anyone, I promise.
I'll forget the whole thing.
- 483. No one will know.
I won't say anything.
- 484. I wish I believed you.
- 485. I mean it. I mean it. I've seen things.
- 486. I've seen things on the recaller.
- 487. Secrets, personal things,
I've never spilled any of it.
- 488. I'm not allowed to, it's the law.
- 489. It's like confession,
it's like Catholic confession.
- 490. It'll be illegal for me to say anything.
Totally illegal, even if I wanted to!
- 491. None of that's true, is it?
- 492. - It is, I swear.
- 493. It is.
- 494. Did you tell anyone that
you were coming here today?
- 495. No.
- 496. - You're lying.
- I'm not. I swear I'm not lying.
- 497. No, I swear.
- 498. I swear. No!
- 499. No!
- 500. No!
- 501. No!
- 502. What did you do
before you came here today?
- 503. I like that song.
- 504. Who did you speak to?
- 505. Bingo.
- 506. - Mia Nolan, if she'll talk.
- 507. - If she'll talk?
- 508. No.
- 509. - Is that your husband?
- 510. No!
- 511. No!
- 512. I'm really sorry.
- 513. No!
- 514. Will you please close your eyes for me?
- 515. Everyone's in their costumes already.
- 516. Yeah, please, make sure you're on time.
- 517. - Yeah, I know, love.
- Are you far off?
- 518. - Remember it starts at 7:30.
- I'm gonna make it, 7:30.
- 519. - At 7:30.
- 520. - All right.
- I'll see you outside.
- 521. - See you in a bit, sweetheart.
- 522. Cutting it a bit fine.
Yeah, it was just work stuff.
- 523. Jesus, what'd you eat, a vineyard?
- 524. No, I just finished the design
so had a glass of wine.
- 525. Fuck off, a glass. Fine.
- Let's just go in, all right?
- 526. Yeah, just confirming double homicide.
- 527. One adult male and one male infant.
- 528. Yeah, I'm at the scene now.
- 529. - Who kills a baby?
- 530. I don't know.
- 531. Probably someone worried
about leaving a witness.
- 532. Bloodbath upstairs and this downstairs.
- 533. But he couldn't see.
- 534. Poor fucker was born blind apparently.
- 535. So I have to say, I have absolutely
no idea who I'm looking for.
- 536. So it's a good job you're not asking me.
- 537. Come on, let's clear out of here.
Let's let the recall team do their job.
- 538. Come on.
- 539. Here we go.
- 540. Well done!
- 541. Put your hands together
for this year's fantastic school choir.
- 542. What a lovely evening.
Thank you so much for coming.
- 543. Put your hands together
for Mrs. Henry...
- 544. Bravo! Yay!