- 1. - It's getting cold.
- 2. That is one fine frame.
- 3. One fine frame, that is.
- 4. How much...
- 5. does a fine frame
like that cost, do you think?
- 6. I never told you,
- 7. but you sound a little like
Dr Seuss when you're drunk.
- 8. Anna, I'm serious.
- 9. Serious, I am, Anna.
- 10. I'd say it cost
at least a couple hundred.
- 11. I'm gonna read it for you.
- 12. Do I really sound like Dr Seuss?
- 13. "In recognition of his
- 14. in the field of child psychology,
- 15. his dedication to his work
- 16. and his continuing efforts
to improve the quality of life..."
- 17. Will you concentrate?
- 18. "... his continuing efforts
to improve the quality of life
- 19. for countless children
and their families,
- 20. the city of Philadelphia
proudly bestows upon its son,
- 21. Dr Malcolm Crowe..." That's you.
- 22. "... the Mayor's Citation
for Professional Excellence."
- 23. They called you their son.
- 24. Wow.
- 25. We should hang it in the bathroom.
- 26. This is an important night for us.
- 27. Finally, someone is recognising
the sacrifices you've made.
- 28. That you have put everything
second, including me...
- 29. for those families
that they're talking about.
- 30. They're also saying
that my husband has a gift.
- 31. You have a gift that teaches
children how to be strong
- 32. in situations where most adults
would piss on themselves.
- 33. I believe what they wrote is real.
- 34. Thank you.
- 35. I would like
some wine in a glass.
- 36. I would not like it in a mug.
I would not like it in a jug.
- 37. Look.
- 38. Anna, don't move.
Don't make a sound.
- 39. This is 47 Locust Street.
- 40. You've broken a window
and entered a private residence.
- 41. You don't know so many things.
- 42. There are no needles
- 43. or prescription drugs
of any kind in this house.
- 44. Do you know why you're
afraid when you're alone?
- 45. I do. I do.
- 46. What do you want?
- 47. What he promised me!
- 48. - I want what he promised me.
- Oh, my God.
- 49. Do I know you?
- 50. Don't you know me, hero?
- 51. Don't you even remember
your own patients?
- 52. D... downtown clinic.
- 53. S... single-parent family.
- 54. Possible mood disorder.
- 55. I was afraid!
- 56. You told me I was having trouble
coping with my parents' divorce.
- 57. You... you were wrong.
You were wrong.
- 58. Now look at me!
- 59. I don't want to be afraid no more.
- 60. Please, just give me a minute to think.
- 61. I waited ten years for you!
- 62. I'm not giving you nothing!
- 63. Ben Friedkin?
- 64. Some people, they call me "freak".
- 65. Ronald Sumner?
- 66. I am. I am a freak. Look at...
- 67. Vincent.
- 68. Vincent Grey.
- 69. Don't. Don't.
- 70. I do remember you.
- 71. - No.
- Quiet, very smart.
- 72. Compassionate.
- 73. Unusually compassionate.
- 74. You forgot "cursed".
- 75. You failed me.
- 76. You failed me!
- 77. Vincent, I'm sorry if I
wasn't... if I didn't help you.
- 78. But if you just... let me try.
- 79. You just give me a chance...
- 80. - Oh, God. Oh, God, honey.
- 81. - Did Vincent...
- Now, don't talk. Shh.
- 82. THE NEXT FALL
- 83. SOUTH PHILADELPHIA
- 84. De profundis clamo ad te, Domine.
- 85. De profundis clamo ad te, Domine.
- 86. It's OK, Cole.
- 87. My name is Dr Malcolm Crowe.
- 88. We were supposed to meet today,
but I missed our appointment.
- 89. I'm sorry.
- 90. You know,
in the olden days in Europe,
- 91. people used to hide out in churches.
- 92. They would claim sanctuary.
- 93. What were they hiding from?
- 94. Bad people, mostly.
- 95. People that wanted to put
them in jail... hurt them.
- 96. Noticed your eyeglasses. They
don't have any lenses in them.
- 97. They're my dad's.
- 98. The lenses hurt my eyes.
- 99. What were you talking
about with your soldiers
- 100. when I came in?
- 101. - De...
- De profundis clamo ad te, Domine.
- 102. It's called "Latin".
- 103. All your soldiers speak Latin?
- 104. No.
- 105. Just one.
- 106. Are you a good doctor?
- 107. Well...
- 108. I used to be.
- 109. I won an award once
from the mayor.
- 110. Had an expensive frame.
- 111. I'm gonna see you again, right?
- 112. If that's OK with you.
- 113. It's me.
- 114. Pennsylvania Turnpike
westbound slow to Valley Forge 24.
- 115. On the Blue Ridge both directions,
generally slow between number three...
- 116. - Hey, good morning.
- 117. Cole?
- 118. Cole?
- 119. Hey, your Cocoa Puffs
are getting soggy.
- 120. Let me see you.
Aw, honey, you got a spot.
- 121. OK, here it comes.
- 122. Something you were looking for, baby?
- 123. Pop-Tarts?
- 124. They're right here.
- 125. Oh.
- 126. What are you thinking, Mama?
- 127. Lots of things.
- 128. Anything bad about me?
- 129. Hey, look at my face.
- 130. I was not thinking
something bad about you.
- 131. Got it?
- 132. Got it.
- 133. - Get up.
- 134. - Th... that's Tommy, Mom.
- OK, you tuck it in.
- 135. Hey, Cole? You want this?
- 136. Hey, freak, how'd you like that
- 137. I just made that up. I went
with it as great actors do.
- 138. It's called "improv".
- 139. Hey, baby.
- 140. How was your day?
- 141. Hmm?
- 142. You know, you can
tell me things if you need to.
- 143. Oh, you know what I did today?
- 144. I, uh... I won the Pennsylvania
Lottery in the morning.
- 145. I quit my jobs.
- 146. And I ate a big picnic in the park
- 147. with lots of chocolate mousse pie.
- 148. And then I swam
in the fountain all afternoon.
- 149. What'd you do?
- 150. I was picked first for
kickball teams at recess.
- 151. I hit a grand slam to win the game.
- 152. Everybody lifted me up
and carried me around, cheering.
- 153. In that case, I am gonna
make you some triangle pancakes.
- 154. You got an hour.
- 155. Hi.
- 156. Want to sit?
- 157. Don't feel like talking today?
- 158. Wanna play a game?
- 159. It's a mind-reading game.
- 160. Here's how it works:
- 161. I read your mind.
- 162. If what I say is right, you
take one step towards the chair.
- 163. If what I say is wrong,
- 164. you take one step back
towards the doorway.
- 165. If you reach the chair,
you sit down.
- 166. If you reach the door, you can go.
- 167. Wanna play?
- 168. OK.
- 169. When your mother and father
were first divorced,
- 170. your mom went to see a doctor
like me, and he didn't help her,
- 171. so you think I'm not
going to be able to help you.
- 172. You're worried that
she said she told him things,
- 173. things she couldn't tell anyone else.
- 174. Secrets.
- 175. You have a secret,
but you don't want to tell me.
- 176. Your dad gave you
that watch as a present
- 177. just before he went away.
- 178. He forgot it in a drawer.
- 179. Doesn't work.
- 180. You keep pretty quiet
in school, but...
- 181. you're a good student.
- 182. You've never really been
in any serious trouble.
- 183. We were supposed
to draw a picture.
- 184. Anything we wanted.
- 185. I drew a man...
- 186. got hurt in the neck by
another man with a screwdriver.
- 187. You saw that on TV, Cole?
- 188. Everyone got upset.
- 189. They had a meeting.
- 190. Mom started crying.
- 191. I don't draw like that anymore.
- 192. How do you draw now?
- 193. Draw... people smiling...
- 194. dogs running...
- 195. rainbows.
- 196. They don't have
meetings about rainbows.
- 197. No.
- 198. I guess they don't.
- 199. What am I thinking now?
- 200. I don't know what you're thinking now.
- 201. I was thinking,
- 202. you're nice...
- 203. but you can't help me.
- 204. I thought you meant
the other Italian restaurant
- 205. I asked you to marry me in.
- 206. I'm so sorry, Anna.
- 207. I just can't seem to keep track of time.
- 208. And I didn't have
a very good session today. I...
- 209. They're both so similar.
- 210. Same mannerisms,
same expressions, same...
- 211. things hanging over their head.
- 212. I think it might be some kind of abuse.
- 213. Cole has... scratches on his arm.
- 214. I think they might be fingernail cuts.
- 215. Defensive cuts, maybe.
I don't know, Anna.
- 216. Maybe a teacher or a neighbour.
- 217. I don't think it's the mother.
I've seen her with him, and...
- 218. doesn't seem to fit.
- 219. Or I could just be wrong.
- 220. Maybe he's just a kid who
likes to climb trees a lot.
- 221. Anna...
- 222. I know that I've been
a little distant. I...
- 223. I know that it makes
you mad. I just...
- 224. feel like I'm being
given a second chance
- 225. and I don't want it to slip away.
- 226. Anna.
- 227. Happy anniversary.
- 228. Stop looking at me.
- 229. I don't like when people
look at me like that.
- 230. OK.
- 231. I walk this way to school
with Tommy Tammisimo.
- 232. He your best buddy?
- 233. He hates me.
- 234. Do you hate him?
- 235. No.
- 236. Did your mom set that up?
- 237. Yes.
- 238. Did you ever talk to your mom
about how things are with Tommy?
- 239. - I don't tell her things.
- Why not?
- 240. She doesn't look at me like
everybody else. I don't want her to.
- 241. - I don't want her to know.
- Know what?
- 242. That I'm a freak.
- 243. Hey.
- 244. You are not a freak. OK?
- 245. Don't you believe anybody that
tries to convince you of that.
- 246. That's bullshit!
- 247. You don't have to go through
your life believing that.
- 248. OK?
- 249. Come on.
- 250. You said the "S" word.
- 251. Yeah, I know.
- 252. Sorry.
- 253. Your Dad lives in Pittsburgh
with a lady that works in a tollbooth?
- 254. What if she has
to pee when she's working?
- 255. Think she just holds it?
- 256. I don't know. I was just
thinking about that myself.
- 257. You asked a lot of questions
about Dad today. How come?
- 258. Well... sometimes we do
things to draw attention,
- 259. to express our feelings
about certain issues, uh,
- 260. divorce, whatever.
- 261. For example, a person might
leave something on a desk
- 262. for someone else to find.
- 263. Do you know what
free-association writing is, Cole?
- 264. No,
- 265. Free-association writing is
when you take a pencil in your hand
- 266. and you put the pencil to a piece
of paper and you start writing.
- 267. You don't look at what you're writing
or think about what you're writing.
- 268. You just... keep your hand moving.
- 269. And after a while,
- 270. if you keep your hand moving
long enough, words and thoughts
- 271. start coming out that you
didn't even know you had in you.
- 272. Could be... something
you heard somewhere else, or...
- 273. feelings you had
deep inside of you.
- 274. Have you ever done any
free-association writing, Cole?
- 275. Yes.
- 276. What did you write?
- 277. Upset words.
- 278. Did you ever write any upset
words before your father left?
- 279. I don't remember.
- 280. Can you do something for me?
- 281. I want you to
- 282. think about what you want
to get out of our time together,
- 283. what our goals should be.
- 284. Something I want?
- 285. If you could change something
in your life, anything,
- 286. what would it be?
- 287. Instead of something I want,
- 288. can it be something I don't want?
- 289. OK.
- 290. I don't want to be scared anymore.
- 291. You gonna get that?
- 292. Are you gonna get that?
- 293. ' Hey.
- 294. Don't you see
enough of me at the store?
- 295. I'm on my way out to the flea
market in the Amish country. I thought
- 296. you'd wanna come along and show me
how to buy at one of these things.
- 297. I don't know if I can
deal with the Amish today.
- 298. You can't curse or spit
or anything around them.
- 299. I just figured maybe
you just wanted to get some air
- 300. because you'd seemed
kind of down lately.
- 301. Um... I'm OK.
- 302. All right. Do you think that
I should stop by on my way back
- 303. and show you what I got?
'Cause that wouldn't be a problem.
- 304. No. I... You know,
I can see 'em on Monday.
- 305. Sure. Yeah,
that's fine. Understood.
- 306. OK, so I guess
I'm gonna get going then,
- 307. - and I'll speak to you later.
- 308. - Don't step in horse manure.
- Thank you very much.
- 309. Keep moving, cheese-dick.
- 310. Can anybody guess what city
- 311. was capital
of the United States of America
- 312. from 1790 to 1800?
- 313. I'll give you a hint:
It's the city you live in.
- 314. - Philadelphia.
- Right, right.
- 315. Philadelphia's one of the
oldest cities in this country.
- 316. A lot of generations have
lived here and died here.
- 317. Almost any place you go in this city
- 318. has a history and a story behind it.
- 319. Even this school
and the grounds it sits on.
- 320. Can anyone guess what
this building was used for
- 321. a hundred years ago,
before you went to school here,
- 322. before I went to this school, even?
- 323. Yes. Cole.
- 324. They used to hang people here.
- 325. No. Uh, that...
Mm-mmm. That's not correct.
- 326. Uh, where'd you hear that?
- 327. They'd pull the people in,
- 328. crying and kissing their families bye.
- 329. People watching... spit at them.
- 330. U-Uh, Cole, this-this building
was a legal courthouse.
- 331. Laws were passed here,
- 332. some of the very first laws
of this country.
- 333. This whole building was
full of lawyers, lawmakers.
- 334. They were the ones
that hanged everybody.
- 335. Um...
- 336. I don't... I don't know which
one of these guys told you that,
- 337. but, um... they were
just trying to scare you.
- 338. I don't like people
looking at me like that.
- 339. Like what?
- 340. Stop it!
- 341. I, uh... I-I-I don't
know how else to look.
- 342. You're Stuttering Stanley!
- 343. Excuse me?
- 344. You talked funny when you went to school
here. You talked funny into high school.
- 345. - What?
- You shouldn't look at people.
- 346. It makes them feel bad.
- 347. - How did you...
- Stop looking at me!
- 348. Who have you...
b-b-been speaking-mg to'?
- 349. Stuttering Stanley!
- 350. - Stop it.
- Stuttering Stanley!
- 351. - S-S-Stop... Stop that!
- Stuttering Stanley!
- 352. - Stuttering Stanley!
- S-S-Stop it.
- 353. Stuttering Stanley!
- 354. Shut up, you f-f-f-freak!
- 355. Hey, big guy.
- 356. How's it going?
- 357. I don't wanna talk
about anything right now.
- 358. OK.
- 359. You like magic?
- 360. Hmm?
- 361. the magic penny.
- 362. Looks like an ordinary penny.
- 363. But I do my little magic shake, and...
- 364. now it's in my right hand.
- 365. But that's not the end
of the magic trick.
- 366. I do another little shake, and...
- 367. right there in the vest pocket.
- 368. But that's not the end
of the magic trick.
- 369. I do another little shake...
- 370. and...
- 371. right back in
the left hand where it started.
- 372. That isn't magic.
- 373. What are you talking about?
Of course it's magic.
- 374. You just kept the penny
in that hand the whole time.
- 375. Think so?
- 376. I didn't know you were funny.
- 377. Malcolm, sit your
cute butt down and listen up.
- 378. No doubt about it.
Anna is like my sister.
- 379. And you better make her happy.
And I'm not talking about no...
- 380. "Mmm! This taste like
real butter" kind of happy.
- 381. I'm talking about...
What's up, girl?
- 382. "Julie Andrews,
mm-hmm, twirling around
- 383. like a mental patient on
a mountaintop" kind of happy.
- 384. Now, that's the kind
of happy I'm talking about.
- 385. Shh. Come here.
- 386. Shh. Don't tell her I told you,
- 387. but she said she knew she love you
- 388. from the first time
she met you on the street.
- 389. She'd do anything for you.
- 390. I love you guys.
- 391. My nose is running. Turn it...
- 392. And then you do the magic shake.
- 393. The penny has moved
from my pocket...
- 394. all the way back
to the hand it started in.
- 395. That's stupid.
- 396. It's supposed to be funny.
- 397. It's stupid.
- 398. I want my penny back.
- 399. He doesn't
get invited places, so...
- 400. It's our pleasure.
- 401. Last time was a Chuck E Cheese
party a year ago.
- 402. He hid in one of those purple,
- 403. plastic tunnels and didn't come out.
- 404. - Chucky who?
- Cheese. It's a kids place.
- 405. - Excuse me.
- 406. Sir.
- 407. Madam?
- 408. Is someone out there?
- 409. Open this door, please. Come on.
- 410. I can't breathe.
- 411. If you can hear me, open this door.
- 412. I swear on my life I didn't
take the master's horse.
- 413. Open this door, or I'll break
through it and grab you!
- 414. The star of the commercial
always gets his own trailer.
- 415. For what?
- 416. He needs a place to think
about his character, alone.
- 417. You only had one line.
- 418. Darren, check it out.
- 419. Oh, yeah.
- 420. My dad made me invite him.
- 421. Happy birthday, Darren.
- 422. Is there something
you wanna see in there?
- 423. No.
- 424. We're gonna put on a pretend play.
- 425. Wanna be in it?
- 426. OK.
- 427. It's called Locked in the Dungeon.
- 428. Yeah, Cole, and... you get to be
the one locked in the dungeon.
- 429. Don't! Don't! Don't! Don't!
- 430. No! Don't!
- 431. I t -
e me out! No! No! No! No! No! No!
- 432. Help! Help! Help!
- 433. - Com?
- Oh, no!
- 434. - Help! Help!
- 435. - Cole!
- 436. - Oh, God. Ls there a key for this door?
- Help me!
- 437. Cole? Honey, honey, can you hear me?
- 438. - Open the door!
- 439. - No!
- 440. - Oh, my God, Cole!
- Oh, my God! Help me!
- 441. - Help! Help!
- 442. The tests would indicate
he did not have a seizure.
- 443. He's doing fine.
- 444. After some rest,
he can go home tonight.
- 445. There's some cuts
and bruises on your son
- 446. - that are concerning me.
- Oh, man.
- 447. Yeah, those are from sports.
- 448. You think I hurt my child?
- 449. You think I'm a bad mother?
- 450. Mrs Sloan over there,
- 451. she's a social worker with the hospital,
- 452. and she's gonna ask you
a couple procedural questions.
- 453. What happened to my child today?
- 454. Something was happening to him,
- 455. Something was very wrong!
- 456. Hey.
- 457. Did your father used to
tell you bedtime stories?
- 458. Once upon a time,
there was this young prince,
- 459. and he decided that
he wanted to go for a drive.
- 460. And he got his driver,
- 461. and they started driving.
- 462. Driving, driving.
- 463. Driving a lot, and, uh... um...
- 464. they drove so much
that he fell asleep.
- 465. And...
- 466. Then he woke up, and he realised
they were still driving.
- 467. - This was a very long trip.
- Dr Crowe?
- 468. You haven't told
bedtime stories before.
- 469. Uh, not too many, no.
- 470. Well, you have to add
some twists and stuff.
- 471. OK. Some twists.
- 472. Like what kind of twists?
Give me an example.
- 473. Maybe they run out of gas.
- 474. They run out of gas?
- 475. That's good
'cause they're driving, right? OK...
- 476. Tell me the story
about why you're sad.
- 477. You think I'm sad?
- 478. What makes you think that?
- 479. Your eyes told me.
- 480. I'm not supposed to talk
about stuff like that.
- 481. Once upon a time, there was
this person named Malcolm.
- 482. He worked with children.
- 483. He loved it.
- 484. He loved it more than anything else.
- 485. And then one night,
he found out that he made a...
- 486. mistake with one of them.
- 487. He couldn't help that one.
- 488. And he can't stop thinking
about it. He... can't forget.
- 489. Ever since then,
things have been different.
- 490. He's not the same person
that he used to be.
- 491. And his wife... doesn't like
the person that he's become.
- 492. They barely speak anymore.
They're like strangers.
- 493. And then one day, Malcolm
meets this wonderful little boy.
- 494. A really cool little boy.
- 495. Reminds him a lot of the other one.
- 496. And Malcolm decides
to try and help this new boy...
- 497. 'cause he feels that
if he can help this new boy,
- 498. be like... helping that other one too.
- 499. How does the story end?
- 500. I don't know.
- 501. I want to tell you my secret now.
- 502. OK.
- 503. I see dead people.
- 504. In your dreams?
- 505. While you're awake?
- 506. Dead people, like,
in graves and coffins?
- 507. Walking around like regular people.
- 508. They don't see each other.
- 509. They only see what they want to see.
- 510. They don't know they're dead.
- 511. How often do you see them?
- 512. All the time.
- 513. They're everywhere.
- 514. You won't tell anyone my secret, right?
- 515. No. I promise.
- 516. Will you stay here until I fall asleep?
- 517. Of course.
- 518. Cole... has pathologies
more severe than initially assessed.
- 519. He's suffering
from visual hallucinations,
- 520. - paranoia...
- 521. some kind of...
- 522. Medication, hospitalisation
may be required.
- 523. And I'm not helping him.
- 524. Hi. This is Lynn Sear, Cole's mom.
- 525. Yeah. Uh, yeah, I-I'd like
to talk to you about your boy
- 526. and his friends keeping
their goddamn hands off my son.
- 527. Mama?
- 528. No.
- 529. Dinner is not ready!
- 530. What are you gonna do?
- 531. Y-You can't hurt me anymore!
- 532. Lenny, you're
a terrible husband, Lenny!
- 533. Look what you made me do! Lenny!
- 534. I'm OK. OK. OK.
- 535. Once there was a boy,
- 536. very different from all the other boys.
- 537. He lived in the jungle...
- 538. and he could speak
to the animals.
- 539. Did you think
the play sucked big time?
- 540. Heh. What?
- 541. Tommy Tammisimo acted
in a cough syrup commercial.
- 542. He said everyone was
self-conscious and unrealistic.
- 543. He said the play sucked big time.
- 544. This Tommy kid sounds like a real punk.
- 545. I thought the play was
excellent. Better than Cats.
- 546. - Cats?
- Never mind.
- 547. Cole, I was really interested
- 548. in what you told me at the hospital.
- 549. I'd like to hear more about it.
- 550. Cole?
- 551. What?
- 552. Something up there?
- 553. Cole?
- 554. I don't see anything.
- 555. Be real still.
- 556. Sometimes you feel it inside,
- 557. like you're falling down real fast,
- 558. but you're really just standing still.
- 559. Do you ever feel the prickly
things on the back of your neck?
- 560. Yes.
- 561. And the tiny hairs on your arm,
you know, when they stand up?
- 562. Yes.
- 563. That's them.
- 564. When they get mad...
- 565. it gets cold.
- 566. I don't see anything.
Are you sure they're there?
- 567. Cole?
- 568. Please make them leave.
- 569. I'm workin' on it.
- 570. Come on.
- 571. Aah!
- 572. Mommy, Daddy?
- 573. My throat hurts.
- 574. Run! Run!
- 575. Pedia Ease cough suppressant.
- 576. Gentle, fast, eff...
- 577. Cole.
- 578. Oh, I don't care what they say.
This thing is broken.
- 579. Take 'em off.
- 580. I don't want them on my table.
- 581. I saw what was in your bureau
drawer when I was cleaning.
- 582. Got something you want to confess?
- 583. Hmm?
- 584. The bumblebee pendant?
Why do you keep taking it?
- 585. It was Grandma's.
- 586. You know, what if it broke?
You know how sad I'd be.
- 587. You'd cry 'cause you
miss Grandma so much.
- 588. That's right.
- 589. Sometimes people think
they lose things...
- 590. and they really didn't
lose them, it just gets moved.
- 591. So did you move
the bumblebee pendant?
- 592. Don't get mad.
- 593. So who moved it this time?
- 594. Maybe someone came in our house,
took the bumblebee pendant
- 595. out of my closet and placed
it nicely in your drawer.
- 596. - Maybe.
- God, I am so tired, Cole.
- 597. I'm tired in my body,
I'm tired in my mind,
- 598. I'm... tired in my heart.
- 599. I need some help. You know,
I don't know if you noticed,
- 600. but our little family
isn't doing so good.
- 601. I mean, I've been praying,
but I must not be praying right.
- 602. Looks like we're just gonna have
to answer each other's prayers.
- 603. If we can't talk to each other,
we're not gonna make it.
- 604. Now, tell me, baby.
I-l... I won't get mad, honey.
- 605. Did you take the bumblebee pendant?
- 606. - No.
- 607. You've had enough roast beef.
You need to leave the table.
- 608. Go!
- 609. Hey, come on.
- 610. I'll show you where
my dad keeps his gun. Come on.
- 611. Sebastian, come on.
- 612. Mama?
- 613. If you're not very mad,
- 614. can I sleep in your bed tonight?
- 615. Look at my face.
- 616. I'm not very mad.
- 617. Baby, why are you shaking?
- 618. Cole, what's wrong?
- 619. Oh, God, please tell me!
- 620. Oh, please.
- 621. Oh.
- 622. It's Edwardian,
- 623. beautifully worked
with mine-cut diamonds
- 624. and an actual colour Burmese sapphire.
- 625. It's timeless.
- 626. Oh.
- 627. You, uh...
- 628. got anything a little plainer?
- 629. Plainer?
- 630. You want a plain ring to go with
your plain fiancé? Is that how it is?
- 631. No! Baby, don't... don't get in a tizzy.
- 632. Uh...
- 633. You're so beautiful.
- 634. Y-You're like a Burmese
sapphire all by yourself.
- 635. - You don't need all that.
- 636. Why don't you try it on and see
how you both feel about it?
- 637. There. How does that feel?
- 638. I think this piece, um,
communicates a longing.
- 639. I imagine that the woman who owned it
- 640. loved a man that she couldn't be with.
- 641. Did he have wavy hair and chestnut eyes?
- 642. - What?
- Um, I-l don't know, but...
- 643. a lot of the pieces
in this store communicate,
- 644. and I think you should choose
a piece that speaks to you.
- 645. I think maybe when people own
things and then they pass away,
- 646. a part of themselves gets
printed on those things,
- 647. like... like fingerprints.
- 648. I'll just wrap it up.
- 649. You don't need a guy with a master's.
- 650. You need a wrestler with
a neck larger than his head.
- 651. No, I need
a wrestler with a master's.
- 652. - What's this?
- Happy birthday.
- 653. - From you?
- 654. It's a...
- 655. first edition.
- 656. - Wow.
- 657. Oh, this is too much.
- 658. No. Took it out
of your Christmas bonus.
- 659. It's perfect, Anna.
- 660. Thanks.
- 661. What do you want
more than anything?
- 662. I don't know.
- 663. I told you what I want.
- 664. , glass breaking]
- 665. I know what I want.
- 666. I want to be able
to talk to my wife again...
- 667. the way we used
to talk to each other...
- 668. like there was no one
else in the world except us.
- 669. How are you gonna do that?
- 670. I can't be
your doctor anymore.
- 671. I haven't paid enough
attention to my family.
- 672. Bad things happen
when you do that.
- 673. Do you understand?
- 674. I'm going to transfer you.
I know two psychol...
- 675. Don't fail me.
- 676. Don't give up. You're the only
one who can help me. I know it.
- 677. I can't help you.
- 678. You...
- 679. Someone else can help you.
- 680. You believe me, right?
- 681. Dr Crowe, you believe my secret, right?
- 682. I don't know how
to answer that, Cole.
- 683. How can you help me...
- 684. if you don't believe me?
- 685. Some magic's real.
- 686. Do you know why
you're afraid when you're alone?
- 687. I do. I do.
- 688. I'm sorry about that, Vincent.
- 689. I hope I didn't leave
you alone too long.
- 690. - Whew. It's cold in here.
- 691. Vincent, why are you crying?
- 692. You won't believe.
- 693. - I'm sorry about that, Vincent.
- 694. I hope I didn't leave
you alone too long.
- 695. - Whew. It's cold in here.
- 696. - Vincent...
- 697. - Whew. It's cold in here.
- 698. - No, you know what?
- 699. I never liked 'em either.
- 700. When I was a kid,
I had this blood test done,
- 701. and I threw up chilli cheese
fries all over this male nurse.
- 702. Excuse me.
Dr Reed is on line two.
- 703. Vincent, will you excuse me?
I have to take this.
- 704. - Just give me a minute, OK?
- 705. No entiendes.
- 706. No entiendes.
- 707. Yo no quiero morir.
- 708. Yo no quiero morir...
- 709. Yo no quiero morir.
- 710. - Oh, my God.
- Yo no quiero morir!
- 711. You been running around?
- 712. Make you feel better?
- 713. I like to run around.
It's good exercise.
- 714. Do you wanna ask me questions now?
- 715. Wanna be a lance corporal in Company M,
Third Battalion, Seventh Marines?
- 716. We're being dispatched
into the Quang Nam province.
- 717. Maybe later.
- 718. Something happened, didn't it?
- 719. You wiggin' out?
- 720. Yes.
- 721. I think I am.
- 722. Do you know what
"yo no quiero morir" means?
- 723. It's Spanish. It means
"I don't want to die".
- 724. What do you think these ghosts
want when they talk to you?
- 725. I want you to think about it, Cole.
- 726. I want you to think
about it really carefully.
- 727. What do you think they want?
- 728. Just help.
- 729. That's right. That's what I think too.
- 730. They just want help,
even the scary ones.
- 731. And I think I might know
a way to make them go away.
- 732. How?
- 733. Listen to them.
- 734. What if they don't want help?
- 735. What if they're just angry and
they just want to hurt somebody?
- 736. I don't think that's the way it works.
- 737. How do you know for sure?
- 738. I don't.
- 739. Hey.
- 740. Hey! Hey!
- 741. What's happening?
- 742. What's... what's happening?
- 743. Cole!
- 744. What's...
- 745. What's happening to you?
- 746. Is someone hurting you?
I'll... I will kick their ass.
- 747. Cole, if they're hurting you...
- 748. Mama, you sleep now.
- 749. Aah!
- 750. I'm feeling much better now.
- 751. D-Do you want to tell me something?
- 752. She came a long way
to visit me, didn't she?
- 753. I guess she did.
- 754. Can you get some water?
- 755. That's her sister.
- 756. you know, and I went
through this with my father's cancer...
- 757. I just can't imagine a child
being in bed for two years.
- 758. How many...
how many doctors?
- 759. - I think it was six.
- Six different doctors?
- 760. - I think so, yes.
- 761. I just heard the, uh...
the little one is falling ill now.
- 762. God help them.
- 763. Don't go home, OK?
- 764. I definitely won't.
- 765. Aah!
- 766. Mister?
- 767. Excuse me, mister.
- 768. Are you Kyra's daddy?
- 769. It's for you.
- 770. Sh-She wanted to tell you something.
- 771. Oh, no! Here he comes!
Look, he's coming my way. Psst.
- 772. Would you like to dance?
- 773. Um, well, actually,
I just came with my friends.
- 774. Oh. Well, how about this?
- 775. We can dance for a little bit,
- 776. and if you don't like the way I dance,
- 777. y-you can kick me.
- 778. Oh. OK then.
- 779. It's time for lunch, Kyra.
- 780. - I'm feeling much better now.
- That's so great, honey.
- 781. It's time for your food.
- 782. Can I go outside if I eat this?
- 783. I don't know. You know how
you get sick in the afternoons.
- 784. We'll see.
- 785. Don't say that it tastes funny.
- 786. You know I don't like to hear that.
- 787. Sammie's mom called.
- 788. You were keeping her sick.
- 789. You liked it, she said.
- 790. She looked out for you.
- 791. Is Kyra coming back?
- 792. Not anymore.
- 793. - All right.
- I think that's enough.
- 794. - That's enough makeup.
- 795. They're calling for the stable boy.
- 796. Oh, we have to hurry!
- 797. Who, uh... who were you talking to?
- 798. Just practising my lines.
- 799. Thanks for giving me
this part, Mr Cunningham.
- 800. When I went to school here, there
was a terrible fire in the theatre.
- 801. They rebuilt the whole thing.
- 802. Yeah, I know.
- 803. Aw.
- 804. Only he who is pure of heart
- 805. can take the sword from the stone.
- 806. Let the boy try.
- 807. But he is a stable boy.
He cleans up after the horses.
- 808. Silence, village idiot.
- 809. Let the boy step forward.
- 810. Hail King Arthur!
- 811. Yea!
- 812. - Hoorah!
- 813. I thought you were really
great in the play, Cole.
- 814. - Really?
- 815. - You know what else?
- 816. I thought Tommy Tammisimo
- 817. Ha-ha-ha.
- 818. I got an idea how you
can talk to your wife.
- 819. Wait till she's asleep.
- 820. Then she'll listen to you
and she won't even know it.
- 821. I'm not gonna see you anymore, am I?
- 822. I think we said
everything we needed to say.
- 823. Maybe it's time to say things
to someone closer to you.
- 824. Maybe we can pretend like we're
gonna see each other tomorrow.
- 825. Just for pretend.
- 826. OK.
- 827. I'm gonna go now.
- 828. I'll see you tomorrow, Cole.
- 829. L-I'm OK, officer. I-I'm OK.
- 830. I don't know what happened.
- 831. Hmm.
- 832. Jeez, I hope nobody got hurt.
- 833. You're very quiet.
- 834. You're mad I missed
the play, aren't you?
- 835. I have two jobs, baby.
- 836. You know how important
they are for us.
- 837. I'd give anything to have been there.
- 838. I'm ready to communicate with you now.
- 839. Communicate?
- 840. Tell you my secrets.
- 841. What is it?
- 842. You know the accident up there?
- 843. Yeah?
- 844. Someone got hurt.
- 845. They did?
- 846. A lady.
- 847. She died.
- 848. Oh, my God. What, you can see her?
- 849. Yes.
- 850. Where is she?
- 851. Standing next to my window.
- 852. Cole, you're scaring me.
- 853. They scare me too sometimes.
- 854. They?
- 855. Ghosts.
- 856. You see ghosts, Cole?
- 857. They want me to do things for them.
- 858. They... they talk to you?
- 859. They tell you to do things?
- 860. They're the ones that used to hurt me.
- 861. What are you thinking, Mama?
- 862. You think I'm a freak?
- 863. Look at my face.
- 864. I would never think
that about you. Ever.
- 865. - Got it?
- Got it.
- 866. Just let me think for a minute.
- 867. Grandma says hi.
- 868. She says she's sorry for
taking the bumblebee pendant.
- 869. She just likes it a lot.
- 870. What?
- 871. Grandma comes to visit me sometimes.
- 872. Cole, that's very wrong.
- 873. - Grandma's gone, you know that.
- I know.
- 874. - She wanted me to tell you...
- Cole, please stop.
- 875. She wanted me to tell you
she saw you dance.
- 876. She said... when you were little,
- 877. you and her had a fight
- 878. right before your dance recital.
- 879. You thought she didn't
come to see you dance.
- 880. She did.
- 881. She hid in the back
so you wouldn't see.
- 882. She said you were like an angel.
- 883. She said...
- 884. you came to the place
where they buried her...
- 885. asked her a question.
- 886. She said the answer is...
- 887. "Every day"-
- 888. What did you ask?
- 889. Do...
- 890. Do I make her proud?
- 891. Mama.
- 892. Hi, everybody.
- 893. As most of you know,
I'm not used to doing this,
- 894. and, uh, I promised Anna that
I'd try not to embarrass her.
- 895. I'll leave that to her mother.
- 896. But we do want to thank
all of you for coming
- 897. and for sharing this
wonderful day with us.
- 898. It's, uh... bittersweet,
almost, for me,
- 899. because I hate giving her up...
- 900. Anna?
- 901. I miss you.
- 902. I miss you too.
- 903. Why, Malcolm?
- 904. What?
- 905. - What is it? What?
- Why did you leave me?
- 906. I didn't leave you.
- 907. I see people.
- 908. They don't know they're dead.
- 909. How often do you see them?
- 910. All the time.
- 911. They're everywhere.
- 912. They only see what they want to see.
- 913. OK, Mikey.
- 914. Come on. Give me a minute.
- 915. - Oh, God. Oh, God, honey.
- 916. - Did Vincent...
- Let me see.
- 917. It doesn't even hurt.
- 918. - Let me see. Take your hand...
- 919. Oh, God.
- 920. OK. OK.
- 921. Anna, I think I'm OK.
Really, I think it just went...
- 922. went in and out. I...
- 923. It doesn't even hurt anymore.
- 924. I think I can go now.
- 925. Just needed to do a couple things.
- 926. I needed to help someone.
- 927. I think I did.
- 928. And I needed to tell you something.
- 929. You were never second.
- 930. Ever.
- 931. I love you.
- 932. You sleep now.
- 933. Everything will be
different in the morning.
- 934. Good night, Malcolm.
- 935. Good night, sweetheart.
- 936. Yo no quiero morir.