B&B (2017) - full transcript

Marc and Fred went to war when they were refused a double bed at a remote Christian guest house. They won in court and now they're back to claim their conjugal rights. Triumph turns to terror when another guest arrives, who they think might have something sinister in mind. Their weekend of fun turns into a bloody battle for survival in this smart, brutally funny and dark thriller.

(climactic music)
(glass shattering)

("Persons & Machinery" by Unkle)

♪ We're all getting
so tired of you ♪

♪ The things you say ♪

♪ The things you do ♪

♪ Oh please just follow ♪

♪ Your great plan through ♪

♪ We've all had it ♪

♪ We've had it ♪

♪ We've had it with you ♪

(soft rock music)

♪ Trying to feel good ♪

(bell dinging)

- Can't believe
it's been a year.

- Happy anniversary.

Oh, now that we're married,

you wouldn't mind
giving us that double?

- I hate to break it to you
Marc, you're still not married.

Not by the law that counts.

(keys clinking)

Sleep well.

- Don't get comfortable.

Do you want to get
taken to court again?

- We don't have doubles anymore.

We got rid of them
after the verdict.

There's no discrimination
now that everyone's treated

exactly the same
just like you wanted.

You won't be happy 'til
we're out of business.

- All I want is a bed for the
night, like Mary and Joseph.

- Mary and Joseph didn't put
shit through their letterbox.

- Neither did we.

- There's a dozen places around
here you could've stayed.

- I'm staying here

with my husband.

- You want to call him that,
I'm not gonna stop you.

- Funny, you won't stop us
expressing our love either.

- I have earplugs.

Knock yourself out.

(cellphone ringing)

- What?

(bed scraping)

- I found us a double.

(bed scraping)

Didn't recognize you.

- Why are you back?

- My husband's a bad winner.

- It's on Facebook.

We could get all sorts
of nutters tonight.

- That's what I said.

- You should go.

(feet stomping)

- Anyone else book?

- What are you doing?

He can kick us out for that.

(bed scraping)

You can tell your dad we're
not gonna make it that easy.

- We're fine, don't bother him.

- Could we have some privacy?

(dramatic music)

- Don't take it out on the kid.

Let's find somewhere to eat.

- Oh we're eating here.

- Eating a steak?

No thanks.

(soft eerie music)

(lips smacking)

- Why don't we do it
on the reception desk?

- Now you're talking.

I'll check out the facilities.

(crows cawing)
(soft eerie music)

- [Josh] Joining us for dinner?

- Love to.

Do you have a menu?
- It's lamb.

Unless you're vegetarian.

I had to let the cook go.

I won't poison you.

Room okay?

- Well a single
is a bit intimate,

but we'll make the most of it.

- Oh come on.

You've won.

You have the rings, you
have everything you want.

What more is there?

- Equal rights: use
them or lose them.

- You're already equal.

If you think what
you do is equal,

it isn't me you
have a problem with,

it's basic biology.
- Go tell that

to the penguins or the giraffes.

They were at it in Noah's Ark.

- Keep no fear of God, see
how that works out for you.

- No problem so far, God
must have a sense of humor.

- [Josh] Yes he does.

(door knocking)

- Marc?

(door knocking)

What is it?

(door latch clicking)

- I'm on your side.

- Okay.

- I wasn't sure a year ago.

- I'm sorry?

That can't be easy.

- Well, you're making
it a lot harder.

You come and you wind him up
and I have to live with it.

- We're not tryin'
to wind anyone up.

- Well what then?

- You're speaking to
the wrong agitator.

- You can't hate
him more than I do.

(soft piano music)

- I don't hate him.

- Then leave us alone.

(door latch clicking)

(faucet squeaking)
(water trickling)

(Jeep rumbling)

(brakes squeaking)
(gravel crunching)

(shoes squishing)

(Jeep door slamming)

(silverware clinking)

- His kid's gay, poor bastard.

- Let's not make
things worse for him.

Why don't we just call
it quits and go home?

- That's telling him that
we don't deserve to be here.

- He's in a vulnerable
place, Marc.

- I wish I could wrap you around

my little finger that easily.

How old are you Paul?

- 16.
- As long as you're legal

to serve alcohol.

- You need a refill?
- No, no I'm just checking.

- He started it.

- He was cruising you,
vulnerable my ass.


- Why don't you
cut him some slack?

- What, dad too?

- It is his home.

- Well he can do what
he wants at home.

He can hate on us all he likes.

Not when he's
running a business.

- Do you want to change his
mind or make him eat shit?

- Either, or.

- Remind me why I married you?

(feet stomping above)
(somber music)

- Oh dear, it looks
like Josh's invitation

has backfired big time.

He's gay.

Hi there.

How do you like the place?

I'm Marc and this is Fred.

(speaking Russian)


- Did you shoot the boy?

(speaking Russian)

- Didn't mean to disturb you.

Enjoy your meal.

Don't worry, there's
always barely legal.

- Hi.

(speaking Russian)

Does anyone speak Russian?

- Nyet.

- No.

(muffled conversation)

- Sounds like Phil.

(speaking Russian)

- Let me show you.

- Well it looks like your
boyfriend's got a new crush.

- Someone should tell
him to be careful.

- Dad's gonna have to
deal with this sometime.

- I was talking
about the Russian.

I wouldn't flow with him.

- Our comrade is gay.

- How do you know?

- He checked me out.

- He sized you up for
a smack in the mouth.

- What have I done?

- You're gay, he's Russian.

- Now you're being racist.

- He looks like a neo-Nazi.

- How did we get to Nazis?

- Josh put a call out
for like-minded bigots.

Did you not think
anyone would turn up?

- Having tattoos and being Russian
does not make you a Nazi.

- Everything okay in here?

- The food is great,
but I thought you could

settle an argument for us.

Stop kicking me, stop it.

The Russian,

is he with you or with us?

- I don't follow.

- Is he gay or straight?

- Oh come on boys,
you wouldn't want me

broadcasting your
preferences to strangers.

Not everyone is as
tolerant as I am.

- The Russian's on his side.

That's why he was staring
at us, he saw our picture.

Have you seen what they
do to gays in Russia?

- Racist.

- Gimme a shout if
you need anything.

- Do we need to pay now?

- I trust you.

You've barely eaten.

- No, I've had enough.

- Don't you want to
see what's for dessert?

- Not for me, thanks.

- I'll have another glass.

- I didn't sign up for this.

I told you the first sign of
violence I am out the door.

- I have another glass coming.

- Bring it up.

- I am not going
to hide in my room.

(mysterious music)

(bell ringing)

- Can I have an alarm call?

I keep my phone off at night.

- What time?

- Nine?

- There were no
phones in the room,

so it will be a
knock on the door

and I'm not coming in to check.

- Perfect.

(suspenseful music)

("I Lost Myself" by Sivu)

(door knocking)

Can I have a quick word?

♪ All I've ever wanted was ♪

- Better close the door.

Close the door.

♪ That little voice inside ♪

♪ Felt like a river,
now it's dry ♪

♪ So I lost ♪

- You can come in to
mind my own business,

but you have to be
careful with strangers.

- Like you?
- The Russian.

- He told me to
stay in the closet.

- It's not about...

It's about picking your moment.

- I'm 16, he can't stop me.

He can throw me out.

He will throw me
out, I don't care.

- If you care about your dad,

I don't think Alexei's gay.

- Did you talk to him?

- He doesn't look gay to me

and I've got a bit
more experience.

- How does he look?

- Dangerous.

- When you two came last
year, I made a promise.

I'm not gonna put up
with this anymore.

- Does it have to be tonight?

- He likes me.

- That's what gay bashers do.

You're not going to his room?

- No, there's a park.

He's got a map alright?

He has to be gay.

- Only if he's
looking for trouble.

♪ Ran like a river,
now it's dry ♪

You're scared.

- (sighs) It's my first time.

- Then it has to be right.

Wait 'til you call the shots
when your dad's out of the way.

(paper rustling)

- You don't know
what it's been like

when mum died.

- He's still your dad

and I promise you whatever
his religion says,

he still loves you.

- He's never said.
- It doesn't mean...

- Because he knows.

He's always known.

He just expects me to
go though life lying.

You know he actually
said, "If my son was gay,

"I'd kill myself."

- If he knew you were
gay, he wouldn't say that.

He wouldn't think it.

Hold on.

- I can't.

- You don't have to
go through with it.

- Are you lost?

You don't have to go
through with what?

- [Paul] You'll find out
soon enough.

- [Josh]
What were you telling him?

- [Paul] I was telling him
how mum drank herself to death

because she couldn't
stand it anymore!

- [Josh] Keep your voice
down, control yourself.

- [Paul] It should've been you!

(hand smacking)

(ominous music)

- What's happened?
- He's not on Facebook.

- Well they haven't
made that a crime yet.

Alexei Petrovich, It's like
calling yourself Mr Smith.

I saw him coming out the shower.

He is covered in tattoos.

This one means
somebody's done murder.

The blood drops is a body count.

This one means he's a
high-ranking criminal.

- What is this, neo-Nazi bingo?

- And this one means that he's
served more than five years.

Yes bingo, full house let's go.

- You've got a
pair of army pants.

That doesn't make
you Jason Bourne.

- He has got Jesus
all over his back.

- So he's got gay basher
literally written all over him?

- Yes.
- Sort of like a map?

He's religious all right.

He spends a lot of
time on his knees.

This is the local cruising area.

He was scoping it all
throughout dinner.

He left it on the table.

It's a come-on.

- He's scoping targets.

It is a come-on but
instead of hooking us,

he hooked Paul.

Let's go, please.

- No.
- For me.

- Don't do that.
- For me.

- Don't do that!

- If he's gay, why does
he keep looking at us

like we're the enemy?

- We're the competition.

He thinks that we
are after Paul too.

I'm not chasing you.


(Marc sighing)

(door knocking)

- You might wanna keep
an eye on Paul tonight.

- I don't need parenting
advice from you.

- I'm talking about the Russian.

- The only homosexuals
here tonight are you two.

You got enough down here.

(ominous music)

(door latch clicking)

(feet stomping)

- Apology accepted.

- Have you got a signal?

He's blocked us in,
we can't get out.

- Well, we'll ask him to move.

- He could have parked anywhere.

- I'll ask him.
- No wait.

- You're afraid of
the way he parks now?

- No, I tried to call a taxi.

There's no signal
outside, downstairs,

up here and there
was when we came

right until he went
back into his room.

O2 and Vodafone?

- Why would he block our phones?

- To stop us from
calling the police

after he's kicked
the shit out of us.

- If I could prove to you

that far from being a gay basher

our Russian is as
queer as Christmas,

would you please come to bed?

- No trying to prove anything.

(water trickling)

(keys rattling)

Stop it!

- Is that gay enough for you?

Who else packs like that?

- Army.

(clothes rustling)

- Hello, is that a phone
jammer in his pocket

or is he just pleased to see me?

(ominous music)

- Oh shit!

Put it back.

- Wait, wait, wait, wait.

(keys rattling)

- Hi, do you have that
landline we can use?

- No, sorry.

- No you don't have one
or no we can't use it?

We'll pay.

- No signal?

Well we're clear as
a bell around here.

- I know you have
one, it's urgent.

- Staff only.

(foreboding music)

- Did you ask him
to intimidate us?

- You pushed your
lifestyle down my throat,

but you feel intimidated?

What were you doing
in my son's room?

If anyone deserves
a kicking, it's you.

- Okay we need to
go right the...

(visor buzzing)

- Alright, admittedly
these are a bit niche,

but people use these
all the time on trains

for peace and quiet.

- We're not on a fucking train.

- And technically
they are illegal yes,

but maybe he forgot
to turn it off.

- No Marc, there was a signal
long before he arrived.

So he made a point
of turning it on,

so he can wait
until it gets dark,

so he can slip into
something more comfortable.

(door banging)

(whispering and buzzing)

- No no, leave it on,
he'll know it was us.

- We've gotta call the police.

- It's too late, they won't
be able to get here in time.

- No, Marc!

(bell dinging)


(Fred breathing heavily)

- Thank you.

I know it's wrong, but
seeing you put the wind up them

felt great.

Sleep well.

(speaking Russian)

(door latch clicking)

- No no no, we can get arrested
for wasting police time.

He hasn't done anything!

(Fred breathing heavily)

(feet stomping)

(faint door knocking)

(door latch rattling)

(Alexei speaking Russian)

(door banging loudly)

(Alexei speaking Russian)

(door banging loudly)

(Alexei speaking Russian)

- Let's get out of
range and call a cab.

- Hey, what about the bags?
- Fuck the bags.

(Fred breathing heavily)

- Fred, Fred!

- I can't go
without (indistinct).

- We need to be going now!

(Jeep doors slamming)

(Jeep revving)

(yelling in Russian)

(pulsating dance music)

You really had me going.

- What about Paul?

- Paul prefers Russians.

- Just because
he's not after us,

doesn't mean he's not dangerous.

- Didn't block us in,
didn't stop us leaving.

- Tried to get into our room.

- Tried to get into our room.

- Phone jammer.
- Peace and quiet.

- Infrared goggles.
- It's dark.

- He's not cruising,
he's hunting.

- Well don't tell me, tell dad.

- I don't know if he
knows, but Paul thinks...

- Of course he knows.

Why do you think he's
so fucking furious?

- Marc, this is not
for us to get involved.

- Well according to you,

he's getting driven out
there to get murdered.

What could be more important?

- What if I'm wrong?

I can't just out him.
- You are wrong.

- Where is he taking him?

- Well maybe they've
just gone for a spin.

- We found a phone jammer
and night vision goggles

in his case and a map
of the local park.

- Which your son
filled out for him.

- We think he might have
gone to bash queers.

- Or he might be gay himself.

- The Russian?

(Marc laughing)

- I'm gonna let you
two thrash this out.

I'm going to bed.

If you're worried, why
didn't you call the police?

Oh no but you can't, can you?

You can't have them thinking
your son's a homosexual.

- Do you want us
to go look for him?

- I want you to get your
nose out of my family.

- You heard the man.

(banging and shuffling)

(soft, somber music)

I rest my case.

No one died.
- Marc!

- He came to teach me a lesson.

- Gays are very spiteful.

- If you were hunting gays,

you'd wanna know
where they hang out.

- Oh just admit you're wrong.

- Is Paul in danger?

- Yes, danger of
having a good time.

- Is he gonna get beaten up?

- You'd prefer
that, wouldn't you?

We're done!

- I haven't got a car,

I had to sell it to
pay the legal fees.

- Homophobia can be a
very expensive lifestyle.

- Help me.

- Get a taxi.

- I don't wanna waste any time.

- You don't want anyone to
know where you're going.

You'll still be recognized.

Every faggot in a 50 mile
radius knows who you are.

- Give us a minute.

A teenager looked at me.

Would it be better
if I hadn't told you?

- If it was the
other way around,

do you really think
he would be playing

the Good Samaritan for us?

- Were you ever 16?

- You are such a drama queen.

- And you're a prick.

- You sure it would be
better if I didn't go?

- You mean you thought.

(Marc and Josh grunting)

(Marc breathing heavily)

(door rattling)

- Sorry.

(alcohol trickling)

Did you know when you were 16?

- I knew when I was eight.

- Everybody just knows,

like it's the most natural
thing in the world.

- Unless you decide not to know.

- Anything else I
could support him:

drugs, stealing, murder.

- Tell him that you
love him no matter what.

- There's more to
being a father.

Why am I asking you?

- Just tell him.

- I won't save him.

You think if I had
enough you could turn me?

I don't dislike you, Marc.

You seem like a decent person
beside from this one thing.

- It's not one
thing, it's who I am.

- The first step on any recovery

is you separate who you
are from what you do.

- Can you separate being straight
from being with a woman?

- I haven't been with a
woman since my wife died.

- You think that's
what God wants?

- It wouldn't be fair on Paul.

- And keeping him in the
closet, that is fair?

- He's had girlfriends.
- So have I.

- Then you know, you see?

You know you can do it.

- Do you remember
your first time?

Here's to Paul.

(foreboding music)

(banging and rustling)

(door slamming)

(cellphone alerting)

(foreboding music)

(soft piano music)

(car rumbling)
(brakes squeaking)

(foreboding music)

(visor buzzing)

- Help.

(striking and grunting)

(speaking Russian)

(grunting and wincing)

(speaking Russian)
(wincing and groaning)

- Get off him!

(speaking Russian)

(Fred grunting)
(striking and wincing)

(yelling and grunting)

(water splashing)

(grunting and bashing)


(Fred breathing heavily)

(soft, somber music)

(Fred grunting and
breathing heavily)

(keys rattling)

(ominous music)

(Fred breathing heavily)

(tires screeching)

(water splashing)

(Jeep engine roaring)

- Is this private?

- Why were you driving his car?

- You don't need to talk to him.

- My husband went
looking for you.

- (sobs) He's with Alex.

He told me I could borrow his
Jeep if I kept my mouth shut.

- In Russian?

- He speaks English.
- Since when?

- He didn't fancy you.

- That's one toxic little
queen you've spawned there.

(gravel crunching)

(Paul weeping)

(Fred crying)


Hey, it's okay.

It's okay, it's okay.
(Fred weeping)

Hey, it's okay.


(Fred weeping loudly)

Hey, it's okay.

Did he have a knife?

- Didn't need one.

He could've broken my neck.

- All you've got is scratches.

- Don't you believe me?

- I found this in his case.

Now I haven't seen
all of them but,

well, you get the general idea.

(soft, somber music)

He wasn't a queer basher.

He was a Peeping Tom.

- I'm the queer basher.

- No, you haven't done anything.

- You weren't there.

You don't know how it looked.

He wasn't coming in for a snog.

The Peeping Tom
would've run off.

Maybe he doesn't keep the
ones where he beats them up.

- The longer you leave
this, the worse it looks.

It already looks terrible.

- We need to get our
stories straight.

- We don't need a story.

- If you love your husband,

you'll wanna listen before
you call the police.

- Oh now he's my husband?

- Fred, you were right.

He wasn't gay.

He tried to attack Paul.

When he got away, he
looked for someone else.

Paul saved you.

- I think I'd like to hear
this from the horse's mouth.

- I've given him a
sedative, he's exhausted.

- Lying his ass off.

He told me you were trying
to cop-off with the Russian.

- He is a child, he panicked.

- He's old enough
to kill someone,

he's old enough
to answer for it.

- You are so brave.

When it comes to taking
a piss out of a Christian

you know can't fight back,
but when a young man,

a young gay man actually
takes on the real enemy

who tried to kill your husband,
you want him locked up.

- Yes, that's correct.

We draw the line at killing.

Oh, will someone find the
fucking thing and turn it off?

- Use the phone downstairs.

(bottles clinking)

- Where's the phone?

- Last night of freedom.

- You are an innocent bystander.

- If that's how
you wanna play it.

But here's what
Paul's gonna say,

he's gonna say Fred
took him to the park

then got jealous when
he preferred Alex.

There was a fight and
Fred caved his head in.

There's no way anyone
can prove who did what.

Paul is 16, Fred's a grown man

and we all know you came
here looking for a fight.

It's called being a father.

- We'll see him in court.

- No, I will!

- Don't let him...
- This is your fault!

- Boys, keep it down.

- Sit here and listen!

Shut up!

- There is no need to put you
or Paul through any of this.

There's nothing to
connect him with us.

He didn't look, he turned
up out of the blue.

There's nothing on his phone.

He didn't leave a trail because
he came here to bash queers.

Somebody bashed him
first, end of story.

Happy ending.

(glasses clinking)

- He didn't leave a
trail, but we did.

We're booked in the same night

a dead body turns
up five miles away.

- Better make sure it
doesn't turn up then,

at least not around here.

Clock's ticking.

- There'll be forensic evidence.

Paul won't be able to
keep his story straight.

- I helped him do it.

I didn't mean to but I did.

(door rattling)

- You can't move
him by yourself.

- I'm not moving him anywhere.

- We're equal.

We're just like you.

Our love is the same.

We're married.

I would've killed for my wife.

You're not equal.

You're fake.

- I love you.

I'll be back in a
couple of hours.

- We're barely married and
I'm supposedly hooking up

with some weirdo
in night goggles?

Fuck him!

It's my word against his.
- No.

No it isn't.

There's video.

Night goggles, he records it.

We can prove what
happened. (chuckles softly)

(lips smacking)

- Now I'm confused.

If he was gonna attack me,
he wouldn't be recording it.

- No no, I don't think he
was going to attack you.

- Oh so let's hope he was
beaten to death by mistake?

- There is no fucking
pleasing you, is there?

- Stay with Paul.

- We're doing it.
(door slamming)

- Where's this come from?

- Well you.

Richer or poorer,
better or worse.

Nice sermon.
- Fine.

Let's all go to the police.

- We're not going to the police.

- This is how it's gonna be:

one of you stays
or it's the police.

- I now where he is.

- I'm doing it.

- Paul's sedated,
don't wake him up.

- Lock yourself in.

- If you help him move that
body, you're an accomplice.

- I'm not going to touch it.

I'll check the video,
if it proves your clear,

I'll leg it.

- What if it doesn't?

- It will.

- Don't move that
body, promise me.

(engine roaring)
(ominous music)

(Fred weeping)

(Fred breathing heavily)

(ring clinking)

(Fred groaning and
breathing heavily)

(Jeep engine roaring)

(soft, somber music)

(thunder rumbling faintly)

(leaves rustling)

- I have to find Fred's phone.

- Don't you think we should
deal with the dead body first?

- The phone is just as
incriminating for Fred.

- We'll do it later.
- No, now or I walk.

- You want me to do it?

- How do I know
what it looks like?

- Call it.

(cellphone beeping)

(snapping and gasping)

(foreboding music)

(rain pattering)

(Marc breathing heavily)

- I have to go for a piss.

- I'm not stopping you.

Where I can see you.

(rain pattering)

I can't go when
you're watching me.

- If you can't, it
means you don't need to.

(foreboding music)

Put it away.

(Paul groaning)

(ominous music)

(Paul breathing heavily)

- [Fred Voiceover] You don't
have to go through with it.

(visor buzzing)

(rock striking)

(Paul gasping)

(bags rustling)
(heavy breathing)

(cellphone ringing)

- Well take another, go to bed.

Me and Marc.

We're burying
everything, go to bed.

- Where are we going to dump it?

I wanna know where we're going.

- You're gonna go
back to the house.

- How are you gonna get back?

- I'm gonna dump the body
and we're gonna dump the Jeep.

They need to be far apart.

I shall dump the Jeep tomorrow.

- Probably weighs a ton.

(Jeep door slamming)

(Jeep engine roaring)

(feet stomping)

(door knocking)

- I'm not asleep.

- [Paul] I'm sedated
and I can't sleep.

- What?

(soft, somber music)

- Thanks.

You stopped my dad
from going to the park.

- I wish I hadn't.

- He sent me a text instead.

You were right, he loves me.

He's going to see what I did.

I only wanted what you've got.

I just don't want
my dad to know.

- Know what?

- How much I hated him.

- Who's going to tell him?

- You,

and I won't let you.

(door latch rattling)

(brakes squeaking)

Where's my dad?

- [Marc] Dumping your boyfriend.

(Jeep rumbling)

- That was nothing
to do with me.

- Let's just see what happened.

(door knocking)

Fuck off, Paul!

- [Paul] Give it to me.

- It must have come
on when he was hit.

(Alexei yelling in Russian)

- [Paul] Get off him!

(Alexei yelling in Russian)

- Stop!

- You said stop.

- What was Alex saying?

(Alexei speaking Russian)

(ominous music)

(Alexei yelling Russian)

- What the fuck?

- They were coming to kill him.

- Shit, shit!

Okay I'll grab him and you run.

(door latch rattling)

Open the fucking door!

(ominous music)

You're lighter.


(Fred grunting)

(fabric ripping)

No, Fred!

(Fred gasping)

(door squeaking)

(ominous music)

- [Fred] Go ahead!

(Fred and Marc
breathing heavily)

(engine grinding)

- Oh no no, fuck fuck!

Fuck fuck, no!

(Marc and Fred panting)

We cannot stay here.

- Yes, we can!

- They might have a shotgun.

(cellphone ringing)

Wait, shh shh.

One thing we are not doing
is going back in the house.

- That has got to be Josh.

- Do not go in the house, Marc.

- If Paul was in there, he
would've picked up already.

- Don't go in, get back!

(cellphone ringing)

- Fred!

(Paul groaning)
(dramatic music)

- Please don't tell my dad.

(Paul gasping)
(Jeep horn beeping)

(Jeep roaring)

(breaks squeaking)

- (pants) Phone.

(cellphone ringing)

- Yes, Marc!

- [Josh] Open the door.

- We didn't do it!

- [Josh] I'm not
blaming you Fred,

but I need something
to stop the bleeding.

- Okay well get us the phone
and we can call an ambulance.

Hang up.

- [Josh] An ambulance
takes 20 minutes.

- The longer you fuck with
us, the longer it will be.

Get off the line.

- [Josh] I've already
called an ambulance.

They said, "Get him into the
warmth and stop the bleeding."

- He's lying.

- [Josh] If he dies,
it's on you!

- Okay well, we'll
call the police

and then we will talk about it.

- [Josh] He's lost a
lot of blood, please.

- Look, just get off the line

so we can talk to
someone that's not you.

(ominous music)

Oh, come on.

- [999 Operator] Emergency
Services Operator,

which service do you require?

- Police and ambulance.

- [999 Operator] And where
are you calling from?

- It's the St Jude's B&B,
it's on Rafeston Road.

- Halsey Road South.

- Halsey Road South,
there's been a stabbing.

A suicide attempt.


- [999 Operator] We have
a request for an ambulance

at that address.

- No no no, we still
need the ambulance.

It's the same incident.

- Tell 'em to send
a police car first.

- Did you get that?

- [999 Operator] Are the assailants
still on the premises?

- Oh, come on!

- We didn't stab anyone,
he did it himself.

- [999 Operator] Have you
brought the victim inside?

- What? No, we're not going to.

- Why not?
- Because it's complicated.

Can you just tell everyone
to come as soon as they can?

- [999 Operator] Sir,
it's not complicated.

He's bleeding heavily
and going into shock.

- These people are
threatening us.

- [999 Operator] The
ambulance will be with you

in under 20 minutes.

- Well what about the police?

- [999 Operator]
Paramedics aren't allowed

to attend unless...

- Okay how long, how long?

- [999 Operator]
Police will be with you

in less than 20 minutes.

In the meantime, you need
to attend to the victim.

- We are the victim!


(ominous music)

Take over.

- We need to talk
before they get here.

(Paul gasping and wincing)

- I don't trust him.

(speaks indistinctly)

- Show it to me, I
wanna see what happened.

- You'll flush it.

- I swear on Jesus Christ.

On my son's life.

- You can't protect him anymore.

- He's my son!

- He wanted you dead.

It was supposed to be you.

The plastic sheet,
it was for you.

You drove him to it.
- No, he's not gay.

He told me he couldn't
go through with it.

- Killing you!

That's what he couldn't
go through with.

- (sighs) Is there
anything I can do?

He's 16.

I'll do anything.

You want me on my
knees, I'm on my knees.

He tried to kill himself.

What more do you want?

Can't you forgive him?

- It's not my call.

- I forgive him.

- Of being a murderer
or being a faggot?

(head smacking)

(Paul wincing)

- Don't let him see it.

(soft somber music)

- This is the house.

You check-in here.

Bedroom's upstairs.

Dad's room.

My room.

(Paul speaking Russian)

(toilet flushing)

- Son.


- [Fred] Marc?


(visor buzzing)


(Fred breathing heavily)

(men speaking Russian)

- [Josh] They've been
harassing us for years.

Shit in our letterbox,
death threats.

They got some Russian
thug to join in.

That's his Jeep.

(speaks indistinctly)

...one of them means
to kill him or not.

They didn't
give a knife to Paul.

- Marc!

(Marc breathing heavily)

- [Marc] Fred!

(Marc screaming)

(Marc grunting)

(soft, somber music)

(CB radio chatter)

(thunder rumbling)

(soft, somber music)

(birds chirping)

(bell dinging)

- [Paul] So.

- You're not gay anymore?

- He's in prison.

- Anything else?

- You won't be
able to keep it up.

- Hasn't been a problem so far.

- Let's go, you can't
save other people.

- My dad saved me.

(soft piano music)

(jail gate banging)

- [Josh] Bless me Father,
for I have sinned.

It's good to talk to
someone who understands.

It's not blackmail if that's
the only way to rescue someone.

I'm not saving him from prison,
I'm saving him from Hell.

Five years is nothing
against eternity.

He might feel it's
fake at first,

but God can open any heart.

The longer he walks the path,

the more he'll learn

what love is.

Real love.

(soft, rhythmic music)

(ominous music)

(soft, piano music)