- 1. Brought to you by iRiS I TRiNiTY
Enjoy the flick
- 2. Pass it to me!
- 3. Hit it!
- 4. Yes! Yes!
- 5. Jack, I just wanted to say that
she's not doing too well right now.
- 6. Her condition has gotten a lot worse.
I've given her something for the pain.
- 7. Mark?
- 8. Hi, sweetie.
- 9. Hi, Mom.
- 10. - Why didn't you wake me?
- I thought you should sleep.
- 11. Rather see you.
- 12. - Has Dad told you everything?
- 13. I know you'll be OK.
- 14. Mom...
- 15. I'll always be with you, Mark.
- 16. Always.
- 17. I love you.
- 18. I love you too, Mom.
- 19. You're not gonna die, Mom.
- 20. I promise.
- 21. You're not gonna die cos I won't let you.
- 22. Earth to earth,
ashes to ashes, dust to dust.
- 23. The Lord bless her and keep her.
- 24. The Lord make his face to shine
upon her and be gracious to her.
- 25. The Lord lift up his countenance upon her
and give her peace. Amen.
- 26. I can't leave him.
- 27. - He needs me.
- It's two weeks, Jack.
- 28. I can't do it.
- 29. It's not like you'll be
leaving him with strangers.
- 30. - I'm your brother. We're family.
- 31. You said, if you could close this deal
in Tokyo, you and Mark would be set.
- 32. - You'd never have to leave him again.
- I only want what's best for him.
- 33. I know this is tough,
but this is your chance, Jack.
- 34. You have to take it, for you and for Mark.
- 35. Besides, it'll do him good
to be around other kids right now.
- 36. I'll bring him to Maine myself.
- 37. We need to spend some time together.
- 38. Hey, you. Copilot.
- 39. If you ever get tired
of bombing the universe...
- 40. you're missing
a lot of great stuff out here.
- 41. Mark, I know you're hurting...
but please don't shut me out like this.
- 42. - She's coming back.
- No, Mark.
- 43. Maybe not as herself,
but she's gonna come back.
- 44. Mark, I miss her, too.
- 45. But she's gone.
- 46. No.
- 47. Mark.
- 48. Mark!
- 49. They're here!
- 50. - You made it.
- Oh, man. Eleven states in three days.
- 51. - Connie, say hello to your Uncle Jack.
- Hello, Uncle Jack.
- 52. - She's beautiful, Wallace.
- Like her mom.
- 53. - How's it goin', Mark?
- Pretty good.
- 54. - Mom said I can show you the house.
- She always gets her way.
- 55. Things are gonna be OK, Jack.
- 56. Mom! Guess who's here!
- 57. - Mark?
- 58. Oh, my gosh. Look at you!
- 59. I can't believe it's been ten years.
- 60. Jack.
- 61. Hi. I really appreciate
everything you're doing.
- 62. Janice would have done the same.
- 63. Henry. Come on down here.
- 64. Hospitality, Henry.
- 65. Here. I made two of 'em,
so we could be brothers.
- 66. Oh, well,
as if one wasn't enough.
- 67. OK. You know, I spoke with
Alice Davenport this morning.
- 68. She's the therapist who works
with Wallace at the hospital.
- 69. She said she'd be glad
to talk with Mark while you're gone.
- 70. I think it's a good idea.
I can't seem to reach him.
- 71. Does everyone have everything they need?
- 72. Sure, Mom.
- 73. This is really beautiful.
- 74. - Do you want some salad, Jack?
- 75. You know they
tore down the lighthouse?
- 76. Oh, no. That one on the point?
I loved that old place.
- 77. Yeah, so did we.
- 78. - Isn't that where you two first, uh...
- First what?
- 79. It's, um... where your father
and I... had our first picnic.
- 80. - No, that's not gonna do it.
- Hey, here we go.
- 81. Now you have to get the insides out.
That's where this comes in.
- 82. Like that.
- 83. Henry, please!
- 84. OK, wait, wait, wait.
- 85. Jack. I think he's gonna be fine.
- 86. Yeah.
- 87. Mark, you understand, don't you?
- 88. I'm leaving you now so I...
so I never have to leave you again.
- 89. Two weeks, could be less.
- 90. So cheer up!
- 91. It's winter break. All you have to do is
play with Henry and you have a great time.
- 92. I love you, Dad.
- 93. I love you, too.
- 94. We'll be together real soon.
- 95. I promise.
- 96. Give me a kiss.
- 97. I love you.
- 98. Bye, Dad.
- 99. Grenade!
- 100. Whoa, whoa, whoa.
- 101. Not so fast. How about some breakfast?
- 102. - Did you sleep OK last night?
- 103. Yeah? Henry didn't keep you
up all night talking?
- 104. - No. It was fine.
- 105. We're really glad you're here, Mark.
- 106. Hey, Mark! Come on! Let's go!
- 107. - See you at lunch.
- 108. Mark!
- 109. - Nice catch. Hit me.
- 110. Afraid of heights?
- 111. - No.
- 112. See you at the top.
- 113. - You coming?
- 114. Come on, it's easy.
- 115. Help me up.
- 116. If I let you go,
do you think you could fly?
- 117. Help.
- 118. Hey!
- 119. Stop!
- 120. Hey, Henry, grenade!
- 121. Oh, yeah? Watch this.
- 122. Wow! Great shot.
- 123. Yeah!
- 124. Hey! What the hell's goin' on here,
- 125. - Time to go.
- Come back here, you little bastards!
- 126. Hey, wait up, Henry!
- 127. Hey, cool.
- 128. What you got in the box?
- 129. - Go on.
- They give you cancer.
- 130. Who cares? You're gonna die anyway.
- 131. Did you see your mom after she was dead?
- 132. I wanted to. They wouldn't let me.
- 133. You should have made them let you.
It's very important.
- 134. See, people don't like to talk about death.
That's why you have to investigate.
- 135. - It's scientific.
- It doesn't feel like that.
- 136. What did your mom look like
the last time you saw her?
- 137. - Kinda pale.
- Kinda pale.
- 138. I took a real good look when my kid brother
Richard drowned in the bathtub.
- 139. - Your brother drowned?
- He was completely blue.
- 140. You should've looked at
her eyes and lips...
- 141. and touched her skin to see
what it felt like-hot, cold.
- 142. - Shut up about my mom.
- Hey, don't get mad.
- 143. - I'm just trying to be scientific.
- Shut up or I'll hit you.
- 144. Try it...
- 145. and I'll throw you down there.
- 146. Oh, yeah?
- 147. Hey, look. I'm sorry.
- 148. That was really dumb of me.
I know how I'd feel if I didn't have a mom.
- 149. Friends?
- 150. OK.
- 151. - I know, but that guy was scary.
- I know, and big. You were just...
- 152. You were white.
And you were like, brrrrm!
- 153. All right, guys, it's late.
Knock it off.
- 154. I mean it. Not another peep.
- 155. Peep! Peep!
- 156. Hey, Henry.
- 157. - What?
- Today was fun.
- 158. Tomorrow will be even better.
- 159. Whoa!
- 160. - Hey, you ever read Skeleton Man?
- 161. He's this really cool superhero
you can't kill cuz he's already dead.
- 162. - Don't you ever read comic books?
- No, those things warp your mind.
- 163. Hey!
- 164. Nice knowin' ya!
- 165. Come on!
- 166. No!
- 167. Henry, come on! Let's go.
- 168. I love that dog.
- 169. - Isn't that your mom?
- Yeah. She's always out there.
- 170. Why?
- 171. She's goes up there
to think about Richard.
- 172. Kinda weird, huh?
- 173. Come on. I wanna show you
my new invention.
- 174. Come on.
- 175. - Where are we going?
- To my shed.
- 176. Awesome! What does it do?
- 177. It took me three months
to make it. Beautiful, huh?
- 178. You pull the cable back to here,
and you load over there.
- 179. Grab a bolt. Go ahead. Lock and load.
- 180. Now we...
- 181. line up the kitty cat.
- 182. Don't hit her! Just give her a scare.
- 183. Sure.
- 184. What a great shot!
- 185. Yeah. But the sight's not right yet.
- 186. You know, this is a nice change.
- 187. Most of my patients,
all they wanna do is talk.
- 188. Well, I just don't have
anything else to say.
- 189. Your dad thinks you do.
- 190. - He wants me to talk about my mom.
- Sometimes it helps.
- 191. I can handle it.
- 192. - You can?
- I have to.
- 193. Why?
- 194. Because when you make a promise...
- 195. when something's your fault...
- 196. What did you do?
- 197. I let someone die.
- 198. Mom?
- 199. Mom?
- 200. Mark?
- 201. Honey...
- 202. what's the matter?
- 203. It is you.
- 204. You came back.
- 205. I knew you'd come back.
- 206. Oh, sweetheart. I'm right here.
- 207. OK, I'm right here.
- 208. It's OK.
- 209. Shh, it's OK.
- 210. It's all right.
- 211. I'm right here. I'm right here.
- 212. I know you miss her.
- 213. It's OK. It's gonna be OK.
- 214. It's OK.
- 215. It's OK.
- 216. OK. All right, you got a piece. Now.
- 217. - It's got blue on it.
- So it has to be the sky.
- 218. Right. And it's got a straight edge.
- 219. So it has to go here.
- 220. Hey, you got it. All right!
- 221. - Mark.
- 222. - Do you like living in our house?
- 223. We're gonna look after you real good,
so you won't be sad.
- 224. Mark, 0900 hours. Let's move out.
- 225. - Not you.
- Why not? He's my friend, too.
- 226. I'll play with you later.
- 227. I don't care about your stupid secrets!
I got my own secrets.
- 228. I'm not gonna tell you a single one!
- 229. Status.
- 230. System armed and ready.
- 231. - Try to hit that sign.
- 232. Try to hit that light.
- 233. Negative.
- 234. Targeting.
- 235. What are you doing?
- 236. What are you doing?
- 237. Oh, my God.
- 238. I was only trying to scare him.
- 239. Hey, Mark. Where's your sense of humour?
- 240. Mark?
- 241. - I'm sorry.
- It doesn't matter. They always fall down.
- 242. Isn't she beautiful?
- 243. Did you like her?
- 244. Yeah. Everybody did.
- 245. She was a wonderful person.
- 246. And she loved you very much, Mark.
- 247. The last time I saw her...
she said she'd always be with me.
- 248. It's true.
- 249. Your mother's alive in you.
She'll always be part of you.
- 250. And you.
- 251. Yeah.
- 252. Is that Richard?
- 253. Yeah.
- 254. - I bet you miss him.
- Yeah, I sure do.
- 255. - Hi.
- Hi, Henry.
- 256. Mark, I have something
to show you in the shed.
- 257. You want to? Go ahead.
I'll put these away, OK?
- 258. So what are you guys up to out there?
- 259. Sorry, Mom. Top secret.
- 260. Look, I'm sorry about the dog.
It was an accident.
- 261. You don't think I'd do a thing
like that on purpose now, do you?
- 262. - So what d'you wanna show me?
- I want you to meet somebody very special.
- 263. - Who is he?
- Mr Highway.
- 264. Wow. What are you gonna do with him?
- 265. It depends.
- 266. - On what?
- On you.
- 267. - Whether or not you'll help me.
- Help you?
- 268. I promise you something amazing...
- 269. something you'll never forget.
- 270. Are you in?
- 271. Where are we goin'?
- 272. We're here.
- 273. Here. Help me rest him up here.
- 274. OK.
- 275. Come on, Mr Highway. Take a look.
- 276. Poor Mr Highway.
- 277. He's thinking about the end.
He's had enough of this terrible life.
- 278. - What?
- Say goodbye.
- 279. No!
- 280. Come on. Let's go.
- 281. I didn't know. I didn't know.
- 282. You didn't tell me.
How could you do that?
- 283. Shh. Just be quiet.
- 284. Do you know what you did?
- 285. Hey, come on. We did it together.
- 286. You could have killed people.
- 287. With your help.
- 288. Hey, I didn't know you
were gonna do that.
- 289. I feel sorry for you, Mark.
You just don't know how to have fun.
- 290. - What?
- It's because you're scared all the time.
- 291. I know. I used to be scared, too.
- 292. - But that was before I found out.
- Found out what?
- 293. That once you realise
you can do anything, you're free.
- 294. You could fly.
- 295. Nobody can touch you.
- 296. Nobody.
- 297. Mark...
- 298. don't be afraid to fly.
- 299. You're sick.
- 300. Hey, I promised you something amazing,
something you'll never forget.
- 301. Where's the gratitude?
- 302. - The largest one.
- The largest one? Ready?
- 303. Can you catch this?
- 304. Where'd it go?
- 305. Hey, hey, hey.
- 306. I'm here at Route 233 on
the outskirts of Rock Harbor...
- 307. where today there was
a ten-car accident.
- 308. Lieutenant Holman of the Rock Harbor
police said it was a miracle...
- 309. no one was seriously injured.
Four people were
- 310. taken to the hospital
for minor injuries.
- 311. They have since been released. This is
Andrea Hall reporting. Back to you, Bob.
- 312. Go ahead, tell him. Or better yet,
why don't we tell him together?
- 313. "It was Mark, Dad. He talked me into it."
- 314. "We were just playing a game. I had no idea
he was gonna do something like that."
- 315. "Please, go easy on him. It's not his fault
he's all screwed up cos he misses his mom."
- 316. What are we waiting for? Let's go.
- 317. Dad, Mark has something to tell ya.
- 318. What is it? What's
wrong with Mark?
- 319. I don't know. He's been
acting pretty weird.
- 320. I better go see if he's OK.
- 321. I told my dad I'd see if you were OK.
- 322. Well, are you OK, Mark?
- 323. Leave me alone.
- 324. Leave you alone? This is my room.
- 325. Guess what? Mom says
we can go skating tomorrow.
- 326. Connie, what did I tell you
about coming into my room?
- 327. But you guys weren't working or anything.
- 328. You didn't answer my question,
so I'm gonna have to do it for you.
- 329. You're not allowed to come into my room.
Not now, not ever. Never!
- 330. You're wrong about that.
This is my room, too.
And I say she can stay.
- 331. Mom, they're fighting!
- 332. You like my sister, don't you?
Such a sweet little girl.
- 333. It'd be too bad if something were
to happen to her, if she got hurt.
- 334. You'd be sad, wouldn't you, Mark?
- 335. But, hey, accidents will happen.
- 336. Just ask my mom about Richard.
- 337. Boys, boys! Henry!
- 338. What's going on?
- 339. I'm sorry, Mom. We were playing
this really dumb game.
- 340. We weren't fighting.
We were just playing. Weren't we, Mark?
- 341. Yeah. Playing.
- 342. Well, all right,
but just not so rough, OK?
- 343. You two looked like you were
trying to kill each other.
- 344. Susan told me you were here.
- 345. I guess you forgot our appointment.
- 346. I just didn't feel like talking.
- 347. Talking helps.
It helped the last time, didn't it?
- 348. You're a doctor.
- 349. You know things.
- 350. Well, some things.
- 351. What do you think? What makes people evil?
- 352. Evil's a word people use when they've
given up trying to understand someone.
- 353. There's a reason for everything
if we could just find it.
- 354. What if there isn't a reason?
- 355. What if something just is?
- 356. Why, Mark? Do you think you're evil?
- 357. Cos you let your mother die?
- 358. You know that's not true.
- 359. What if there was this boy...
- 360. and he did these terrible things
because he liked doing them?
- 361. Wouldn't you say he was evil?
- 362. I don't believe in evil.
- 363. You should.
- 364. Connie, come on! It's time for lunch.
- 365. - Evans' residence. Henry speaking.
- Hey, it's Uncle Jack.
- 366. - Oh. Hi, Uncle Jack.
- Is Mark around?
- 367. Mark? No. Mark's not here right now.
- 368. - Do you know where he is?
- No, I don't know where he is.
- 369. - Are you boys having fun?
- We're having lots of fun.
- 370. Mark really likes it here. You know
something? We really like him, too.
- 371. Great. Well, would you tell him I called?
- 372. - OK, Uncle Jack. Bye.
- 373. So what are you guys up to this afternoon?
- 374. I don't know. Not much.
- 375. Well, I'm taking your mother
out to dinner tonight.
- 376. Can you characters baby-sit yourselves
and not get into too much trouble?
- 377. Sure, Dad.
- 378. Dad, can I stay up and watch
Monster Theater tonight?
- 379. No. It might warp
your impressionable brain.
- 380. - You're not the boss.
- Yes, I am, vermin.
- 381. Henry. That's enough.
- 382. What's a vermin?
- 383. Mom, Dad, guess what? Mark's been saying
he'd like to move into Richard's room.
- 384. - That's not true.
- He seems to like it in there.
- 385. - You know, that's not a bad idea.
- 386. We've been through this before. I just...
- 387. - I don't wanna move in there.
- Mark, don't lie.
- 388. Honey, give it some thought.
We can't keep it like that for ever.
- 389. - It's turning into a museum.
- I know, but I didn't say for ever.
- 390. That room'll change when I'm ready.
- 391. If Mark wants to move,
there's a nice room on the third floor.
- 392. - But Henry's making it up.
- Honey, if Mark moved in, it could help.
- 393. It needs to be lived in.
I'm not saying throw out the toys.
- 394. Let's... I... I just don't wanna
talk about it right now.
- 395. I know you don't, but we've gotta face it.
- 396. I do face it.
- 397. I face it every day.
- 398. - You're the one who's forgetting.
- 399. - Oh, Wallace.
- 400. Henry!
- 401. Hi, Mom.
- 402. Don't cry, Mom.
- 403. Don't cry, Mom.
- 404. - You look fantastic.
- Do you really have to go out?
- 405. Yeah, Mark. We've been planning this
for weeks. You guys'll have fun.
- 406. Listen, honey. Restaurant number's
by the phone if you need us, OK?
- 407. All right, guys, good night!
- 408. Night, Mom and Dad!
- 409. We won't be late.
- 410. Mark! Guess what we're gonna play?
Hide-and-seek, and I'm hiding first.
- 411. No, Connie, wait! I've got a better idea.
- 412. I bet I find her first.
- 413. Connie, where are you?
- 414. Connie!
- 415. Connie!
- 416. Aagh!
- 417. Hey, no fair.
- 418. "No fair"?
- 419. What do you think this is? A game?
- 420. Connie, where are you?
- 421. Connie!
- 422. Connie!
- 423. What's going on?
- 424. This is fun. Let's do it again.
- 425. No, Connie. It's bedtime.
- 426. You heard her. She wants to play again.
- 427. Connie, what if I read you
a bedtime story instead?
- 428. Connie doesn't wanna read stories.
Do you, Connie?
- 429. I do too, vermin!
- 430. "And all the girls cried 'Boohoo!
We want to have our appendix out too."'
- 431. "Good night, little girls.
Thank the Lord you are well."
- 432. "'And now go to sleep'
said Miss Clavell. She
- 433. turned out the light
and closed the door."
- 434. "And that's all there is.
There isn't any more."
- 435. That was a darling story, Mark.
- 436. - What are you doing?
- I wanna tuck in my kid sister.
- 437. Such a sweet little thing.
- 438. Do you really think I'd hurt her?
- 439. Yes.
- 440. What are you gonna do?
- 441. Watch her all night?
- 442. Wallace, I'm sorry, but...
- 443. You've gotta stop
blaming yourself about Richard.
- 444. I can't. I just can't.
- 445. I left him alone. Less
than six inches of water
- 446. in the tub and I left him
to answer the phone.
- 447. Susan, it wasn't your fault.
- 448. You better get to the hospital.
- 449. Do you want me to drop
Connie off at the Andersons'?
- 450. No, she, uh...
- 451. She went skating with
Henry in Miller's pond.
- 452. - Hey, where's your skates?
- 453. Connie!
- 454. Connie!
- 455. - Connie!
- Don't go with him!
- 456. Thin ice!
- 457. Henry!
- 458. Look out! Look out! Look out! No!
- 459. Help me, Henry. Help me.
- 460. Connie! Connie!
- 461. Henry, help me. Help me.
- 462. Help me out!
- 463. Let us through. Let us through.
- 464. Stay back. Stay back.
- 465. Right. All right.
- 466. All right, let's get her up.
- 467. - Wallace!
- Susan, she's fine.
- 468. She's fine. It's OK.
- 469. They pulled her out in time.
She's gonna be OK. She's OK.
- 470. I just thank God she's all right.
- 471. There's something I have to tell you.
- 472. - What?
- I'm not sure. I wasn't real close.
- 473. At the pond... I don't think what
happened at the pond was an accident.
- 474. What do you mean?
- 475. The ice was too thin.
Henry was spinning her around.
- 476. They were going way too fast.
- 477. And he just let go.
He threw her toward the thin ice.
- 478. - Mark.
- Henry said he hated her.
- 479. - What are you trying to tell me?
- I've told you.
- 480. I'm telling you.
- 481. Connie didn't just slip.
You don't know what he is.
- 482. Henry tried to kill Connie
and he could do it again...
- 483. Stop it! Stop it, that's a lie.
- 484. Henry's my son.
He's my little boy and I love him.
- 485. Don't ever come to me
with these lies again.
- 486. - Henry.
- 487. - I didn't see you.
- Shh. Don't wake her up.
- 488. - I thought you were home with Daddy.
- I was worried about Connie.
- 489. She's gonna be fine.
- 490. - She wake up yet?
- Yeah, for a little while.
- 491. - She's still pretty confused, though.
- 492. I don't think she's gonna
remember much of what happened.
- 493. That's good. It's probably better
for her to forget about the whole thing.
- 494. Henry. What did happen on the ice?
- 495. I told you, Mom. It was an accident.
- 496. Yeah?
- 497. I know I've always treated her
like a bratty kid sister...
- 498. but until yesterday I never realised
how much she meant to me.
- 499. I know.
- 500. I'd better go home now.
- 501. - Henry.
- Yeah, Mom?
- 502. Never mind. I'll see you at home.
- 503. - Tell Connie I was here.
- I will.
- 504. - Hello, Dad.
- Mark, how are you, son?
- 505. - You've gotta come back here.
- Why? What's wrong?
- 506. It's Henry. He's been doing things.
- 507. - What do you mean, terrible things?
- He's got everyone fooled.
- 508. Everyone thinks he's this great kid...
- 509. - but he's really evil.
- 510. He killed this dog with this thing
that he made that fires steel bolts.
- 511. Then yesterday... he tried to kill Connie.
- 512. Whoa, wait...
Mark, is Wallace there? Or Susan?
- 513. I tried to tell them,
but they won't believe me. Nobody will.
- 514. What about Dr Davenport?
- 515. She just thinks
I'm some screwed-up little kid.
- 516. Mark, I want you to go to Dr Davenport
and you tell her what you told me.
- 517. - All right.
- I'll be there soon.
- 518. Please hurry.
- 519. What's been going on?
What's troubling you?
- 520. Mark! Good.
- 521. Hi, Mark.
- 522. - What are you doing here?
- He's just here because he wants to help.
- 523. He says you two have been
having some problems.
- 524. - He's the problem.
- 525. You're on his side, aren't you?
- 526. - I'm on your side, too.
- No, you're not.
- 527. He's got you fooled, just
like everybody else.
- 528. Mark! Wait.
- 529. I didn't mean to cause you any trouble.
- 530. It's not your fault, Henry. Mark is
going through some difficult things.
- 531. - Is he OK?
- What do you mean?
- 532. Maybe I shouldn't say anything.
- 533. But the way he acts when nobody's around...
- 534. Dr Davenport, he scares me sometimes.
- 535. Why?
- 536. What does he do?
- 537. Please don't ask me that.
- 538. - I can't tell you.
- Why not?
- 539. Cos Mark's my friend.
- 540. You won't be betraying him, I promise you.
- 541. Please, Henry. Tell me everything.
- 542. Everything?
- 543. Sure missed an interesting session.
I like therapy.
- 544. - What did you tell her?
- Sorry. That's strictly confidential.
- 545. But you better stop telling lies about me,
cos no one's gonna believe you.
- 546. Sooner or later
they're gonna find out about you.
- 547. Who's "they"? My dad? My mom?
- 548. - I told your mom.
- Why would she believe you?
- 549. - She's my mom, not yours.
- You know, you're wrong about that.
- 550. - She is my mother.
- Your mom? You crazy?
- 551. Your mom's maggot food.
- 552. My mom said she'd always be with me.
- 553. She chose your mom
as a way of coming back...
- 554. but I guess you wouldn't
understand that. But it's true.
- 555. She's my mother now.
- 556. Hey, Mark.
- 557. Don't fuck with me.
- 558. Looking for a midnight snack?
- 559. Go ahead. Eat. Drink.
- 560. - Don't let me stop you.
- What did you do?
- 561. "Do"? Me?
- 562. Oh, I get it.
- 563. You think I put something
in my family's food.
- 564. You think I...
- 565. Mark, come on.
- 566. Do you really think
I'd do a thing like that?
- 567. Mom, Dad, it's Mark! Better come quick.
- 568. No, Mark, stop. Stop.
- 569. It's all a mistake.
He's trying to poison you!
- 570. - Oh, Mark.
- 571. Calm down.
- 572. Mark, please stop.
- 573. Stop, stop, stop, stop.
- 574. - Just stop.
- No! No!
- 575. - We'll talk in the morning.
- What for?
- 576. - Nobody believes me.
- 577. Good night.
- 578. - He's OK.
- Oh, Wallace.
- 579. He's OK. Now, look,
Jack'll be back in a few days.
- 580. Let's just keep it together
until he gets here.
- 581. Henry... go to bed.
- 582. Mom? What are you doing?
- 583. I was... I was just looking around.
- 584. Uh-huh.
- 585. Henry, if something were wrong...
you would tell me, wouldn't you?
- 586. What do you mean?
- 587. I mean, sometimes when we're kids,
we do things that, um...
- 588. What kind of things?
- 589. Things we feel bad about?
- 590. I don't feel bad about anything.
- 591. Look what I found.
- 592. Where did you get that?
- 593. You know where I got it.
- 594. I couldn't find it after
- 595. Have you had it all this time?
- 596. It was mine before it was his.
- 597. But you knew I was looking for it.
- 598. How did you get it?
- 599. Henry?
- 600. How did you get this?
- 601. I took it. I'm sorry, Mom.
- 602. I took it because I wanted something
to remember Richard by. That's all.
- 603. So can I have it back, please?
- 604. No.
- 605. No, you can't have it back.
- 606. - But it's mine.
- 607. - Give it to me!
- 608. Henry?
- 609. - What are you doing?
- Missing someone.
- 610. Who?
- 611. Mark, did you cry at your mom's funeral?
- 612. Why?
- 613. I don't know. I figure you're expected
to cry at your mom's funeral.
- 614. - But I don't know.
- You wouldn't.
- 615. - Wouldn't what?
- Hurt her.
- 616. Do you really think I'd hurt my own...
- 617. - Oh, wait.
- 618. I just remembered.
She's not my mom any more.
- 619. She's yours. Isn't that what you said?
- 620. - She's your mother now.
- 621. Your mom, my mom. What the hell?
We'll both miss her.
- 622. I'll kill you first.
- 623. Poor Mark.
- 624. So violent, so disturbed.
- 625. If you don't watch out,
they're gonna lock you up.
- 626. I could kill you now.
- 627. Go ahead. Jam it in.
- 628. Gotta push pretty hard, though.
- 629. The blood'll go right across the room.
- 630. Come on. Come on.
- 631. - Henry, have you seen...
- Dad, Dad, help me!
- 632. Mark! What the hell
do you think you're doing?
- 633. - Answer me!
- Don't be mad at Mark. He's not himself.
- 634. - You could have hurt him.
- He's the one who wants to hurt people.
- 635. Mark, I'm sorry you don't wanna be friends.
- 636. He's gonna do something.
He said he's gonna kill her.
- 637. We're gonna call
Alice Davenport and have a talk.
- 638. - You gotta believe me.
- You have got to calm down.
- 639. - Mark. Mark!
- I gotta get outta here.
- 640. - If that's the way you want it.
- You don't understand, Uncle Wallace!
- 641. You will stay in here
until you are ready to talk.
- 642. Uncle Wallace!
- 643. Uncle Wallace! Uncle Wallace!
- 644. Susan! Susan! Susan!
- 645. Susan! Susan!
- 646. No. No... Susan!
- 647. Mom, I decided to clear up the shed.
- 648. Henry, stop. Just stop.
- 649. We have to talk.
- 650. Can we go for a walk, Mom?
- 651. You know, like we did when I was little.
- 652. No. Susan!
- 653. Susan!
- 654. Susan! Susan!
- 655. Susan!
- 656. Susan!
- 657. Mark! Watch the glass! Take it easy.
- 658. Easy. Take it easy.
- 659. Mark! Mark!
- 660. - Henry?
- Yes, Mom?
- 661. You have to tell me the truth now.
- 662. - What happened the night Richard died?
- Don't you know?
- 663. - I'd like to hear it from you.
- I was downstairs playing.
- 664. Henry. Don't lie to me, all right?
- 665. Just don't lie to me.
- 666. Now you tell me...
- 667. did you kill Richard?
- 668. What if I did?
- 669. Well, um...
- 670. - What, Mom?
- We'll get you help.
- 671. You don't look too good, Mom.
Looks like you need the help.
- 672. - You have to trust me, Henry.
- 673. No, I can't.
- 674. You just wanna send me away, don't you?
- 675. Why, no. No, I don't.
- 676. - You wanna put me in one of those places.
- No, Henry.
- 677. Well, I'd much rather die, you hear me?
I'd much rather be dead.
- 678. Henry! Henry, no.
- 679. Henry!
- 680. Henry! Henry!
- 681. Henry! Henry!
- 682. Looking for me, Mom?
- 683. - Oh, Henry.
- You really thought I was gonna jump, huh?
- 684. I guess you don't know me very well, Mom.
- 685. Henry!
- 686. Henry!
- 687. Yes, Mom?
- 688. Henry, please! No!
- 689. I'm gonna kill you.
- 690. - No! No!
- I'm gonna kill you!
- 691. Hold on, Henry. Hang on to me.
- 692. Come on! Don't let go.
- 693. Hold on, Mark.
- 694. Hang on to me! Come on!
- 695. Come on. Get up. Pull up.
- 696. Come on!
- 697. Mark! Hang on!
- 698. - Mom.
- 699. Mom, I love you.
- 700. Mom, I need your other hand.
- 701. Come on.
- 702. - Help me.
- Mark! Hang on.
- 703. - Help me.
- Hang on, Henry, come on!
- 704. Mom, pull me up.
- 705. - Help.
- No, Mark. No!
- 706. Mom! Mom, I love you.
- 707. Help me!
- 708. - Hang on.
- Help me.
- 709. Mom, help! Help me, please.
- 710. Henry.
- 711. - Mom.
- 712. Henry is gone,
and the rest of us are safe.
- 713. But sometimes, late at night...
- 714. I find myself thinking,
not about Henry, but about Susan...
- 715. and wondering,
if she had it to do over...
- 716. would she make the same choice?
- 717. I guess I'll always wonder.
- 718. But I know I'll never ask.
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