Evil Under the Skin (2019) - full transcript

A mother and daughter head off for a secluded weekend to reconnect little do they know the sordid past of the home there staying in or the strangeness it attracts as they descend into madness.










- Boo!
- Oh!


Oh, my goodness.

You scared me half to death.


That's not funny.

Well, it's a little funny.

(SCOFFS) You ass.

(LAUGHS) Well, I am
my mother's daughter.

- Hmm.
- Why are you yelling?

I told you I was
going for a walk.

No, you didn't.

Yeah, yeah, I remember

you said you were going
swimming and then...

Then what?

I thought maybe,

I thought that maybe
something happened.

Mom, I am right here.

Oh, I know.

Never mind.

(SCOFFS) Let's go, let's
go get up and go back inside.

I'm lazy, you
should be lazy too.

Maybe it's just
because I'm younger.

I don't need all the rest.

Oh, you're younger.

- Yeah, I don't know.
- That has nothing

to do with it.

That is just numbers.

Means nothing.

(LAUGHS) Wow, that was
very deep and profound.

Now, let's see how fast that
rickety old body can run.



Hey, cheaters never win!



- Oh!
- Uh, ha, ha!

- Whoo!
- Roselee!

Roselee, open up.

Open up.

(LAUGHS) What's
the magic word?

I am not playing
that game with you.

Kinda looks like you're
gonna play this game.

Oh, princess.

Uh, you know, I could, oh.

ROSELEE: What? You ain't
got nothing on me, sheriff.

Mm, I could post drab picture

of you on Facebook.

Oh, that's too easy.

(LAUGHS) You wouldn't dare.

You're right.

'Cause you know why?

I've got this photo of
you with your braces on

and your clarinet.

- Oh, and that pretty little
- Oh, okay.

sweater you wore that
gran-gran made for you.

You made me play that
stupid instrument, though.

That's a dirty pull.

Hmm, princess,
I'm the sheriff,

and the sheriff says "Open
up" and the word is blackmail.


- Hi there.


- Thank you.
- There, are you

proud of yourself?

Using my childhood against me.


But effective.

And also, just one more thing.


I got the shower first!


I don't know.

I mean, I want to.

You know that.

Of course you do.

I don't know.

You don't think it's
kinda, kinda weird?


Look, I'm not saying that.

Well, you're the
one that saw her.

You heard her talking
about her daughter.

Oh yeah, I did.

And this is how it starts.

This is how it always starts.

All right, Matt.

You need to relax.

You know, I think I need
to be a little more careful.

So do you.

That place creeps
me the fuck out.

The noises and the screams.

I just...

Oh my God.

I can still hear 'em.

Oh please, listen.

I know what you want.

I know what you need
more than anyone.

Sis has your back.

- Always.
- Yeah.

Can we talk about this tomorrow?

No, no.

They should be gone tomorrow.

I'm already one step
ahead of you, sis.

- How's that?
- I checked the list.

They're here
through the weekend.

Oh, wow.

There he is.

My little opportunist.

Always looking for
that right angle.



You know what?

Are you ready for the
best weekend of our lives?


Oh yeah.



what are you doing?

What does it look I'm doing?

It's fucking eight at night.

- Language.

For fuck's sake, I raised
you better than that, Lee.

It's our third night here.

It calls for shots.

Not knitting or tea drinking

or 12th century cabinet making.

Fun, fun, fun!

It calls for tea, darling.

I don't know.

I feel like staying warm

and tucking in early.

(CHUCKLES) Well thank
you, Captain Excitement.

You can do what you want,

but not me.

Lee, would you
put some clothes on.





Oh my God.

Are those your pajamas now?

Yeah, sometimes I wear
even less than this.

It's hot in here.

And I'm fine just like this.


You know that I had trouble
keeping your diapers on

when you were a child.

What if somebody comes
to the door, huh?

(CHUCKLES) It's late.

Nobody cares about boobies.

We're in Oregon.

Remember when we went
country fair last year

and there was
boobies everywhere.








Oh, sorry.



Hmm, that looks good.


You want one?

Oh, all right.

Just one.




What's wrong, Lee?

Mom, where you
mad when I left?

I mean, I know Dale
wasn't right for me.

I know now that he
wasn't right for me,

but where you mad?

No, princess, I was not mad.

I was concerned about you.

You left for year with this guy

that I didn't know,

and what I did know,
I did not like.

Well, I mean, learn
from experiences, right?



It was good for me, though.

Being out in the middle
of nowhere, Saskatchewan.

Made me realize that it
wasn't the right decision.

And then you bring me out here

to the middle of
nowhere to bond.

I think I've really had
my fill of wilderness.

Oh, you needed this, baby.

I needed this, you know?

Really just needed to reconnect.

Plus, I know you're
having a great time.


I am not the great
party buddy, I agree,

but you know, this is our time.

We get to connect
with each other.

Thanks, Mom.

You're welcome.

And you know, I
lied to you, huh?

About what?

I think I'm gonna have
to have another shot.


I hate this stuff,

but I'm gonna drink it.


Bottoms up, as they say.


Oh my God.

Smooth, huh?

I love you.

That's really awful.


Pour! Pour!

Pour some more!

- Oh, Jesus.
- One for me,

- How do you do that?
- though.

Okay, one for you.

One for you, one for me.

- Let's see, hmm.
- Ooh!


Yeah, we better slow down.

Seriously, we better slow down.

Okay, just one more shot.

And then we'll slow down.

Then we'll slow down.

Yeah, I'll pour one for me

and then one for you.


Oh, boy.

It's a little
better this time.

(LAUGHS) A little
smoother each time, right?


Oh, that cinnamon
goes down so well.

Here's one for you.


'Cause the alternative is tea.

- Oh, right.
- Yeah, here.

No tea.

♪ You made me richer ♪

♪ You made me poor ♪

♪ But when the lord gets ready ♪

♪ You gotta move ♪

♪ You see that woman ♪

♪ Who walks the street ♪

♪ You see that poor man ♪

♪ Out on his knees ♪

♪ But when the lord ♪

♪ Forgives me ♪

♪ You gotta move ♪


MAN: Murder.














Oh my God. I'm so sorry.

It's okay.

I think I got 'em.


Ah, so, um, you
staying around here?

A tent or a lake house?

- Oh.
- Just come

for the nature?

Actually, I'm here
with my daughter.

We're just here for a week.

We're only here for another
couple days, actually.

It's been a great week.

Except for the rain but
it's Oregon, you know.

Yeah, mm-hmm.

I'm sorry, I'm Sophie.

Sophie Palmer.

- Oh, Carla.

I'm here with my brother Matt.

- Oh, that's good.
- He should be

around here,
actually, somewhere.

He just went for more water.

- Oh yeah.
- Yeah,

you can never have enough.

- Yeah.
- After one day,

we ran out.


- Hey, Carla.
- Yeah.

Look at that.

Hi, Matt.

Right on cue.

Hey Carla, you coming?

Or are you walking?

Do you need a ride?

Oh, (CHUCKLES) okay.

Yeah, thanks.



Hi there, I'm Matt.

Matt, this is our
new friend, Sophie.

Nice to meet you.

Nice to meet you.

Where to, Miss Sophie?

Oh, um, I am just over there.

Once you start driving,

when we get to the path,

I'll just start walking.

I'll tell you when.

I'm with my daughter.

You don't say?

With your daughter.

Oh, oh my God, Matt.

You are such a pig.

You'll have to
excuse my brother.

He was raised with wolves.

So, are you staying in that
first lake house over there?

Oh yeah.

How did you know?

Oh, um, well,

I saw you heading
out this morning

when I was on my walk.

It's beautiful.

Mm, thank you.

Um, if you don't
mind me asking,

what happened a few nights ago?

I don't now. What do you mean?

Well, Matt and I
were asleep that night.

Our tent isn't
too far from here.

And we heard this horrible cry.

Well yeah, we thought it was
like a wolf or something.

- Mm.
- We were afraid

and we started walking towards-

- You were afraid.

For the record,
I was not afraid.

We were afraid,

and we started walking towards
it with our flashlights.

Yeah, in a classic white
person move from a horror film.

"Hey, it's sound dangerous.

It's dark and we're alone.

Let's go check it out."


We wanted to see
if we could help.

Someone was clearly in distress.

Um, but I was afraid
it was a bunch

of crack heads or something.

I feel bad knowing
it was you guys.

So, um...

What happened?

Are you sure it
was the right place?

CARLA: Oh, positive.

No, nothing happened.

I was with my daughter
and we were drinking,

but there was no loud music.

Everything was pretty
low key, actually.

No, it was the one
'cause there was this guy

and he was loud.

No, you have to be wrong.


I mean, everything was fine.

My daughter can be loud

but she doesn't
sound like a man.

Neither do I.

Anyhow, maybe we'll
stop by for a BBQ

with you and your daughter.

Yeah, you're leaving
when again, in two nights?



Shall we go?

You know what, I think
I'm just gonna walk.

I'm sorry, thank
you so much, though.

Hey, I'll tell you what.

We'll stop by later
and check with you

on that BBQ, if
that sounds good?

Oh yeah, oh yeah,
that'd be great.

Roselee loves to party.

And I'm sure she'd
really like the company.

- Thank so much you guys.
- Yeah, she will.

Okay well, bye.

- Bye.
- Bye, bye.


We are on our way.






Oh no.


Oh, why did you lock the door?

Oh, why would you lock the door?

Like we're out in the
middle of nowhere.

Nothing's gonna happen.


- Boo!
- (GASPS) Oh.

Oh, my God!

How many times do
I have to tell you

not to sneak up on me?

At least one more
time, Miss Palmer.


I'm sorry. Are you okay?

Yes, can you
please open the door?

I left it opened and unlocked

so you could get back in.

Oh, do not tell me that.

I do not have the keys.

You have to have them.

No, Mom, you do.

The wind must have
blown the door closed.


Oh, that means the
keys are in there.

- I don't know.
- What are we gonna do?

I don't know what
to tell you, Mom.

Oh, man.

Oh, okay.

Let me, let me just
think a minute.

Uh, oh my gosh.

I got it.

- What?
- Just wait.

Where are you going?



- Ha, ha!
- Oh, God.


You worry way too much.

The window was open.

Wait, what's wrong?


Did you take your pills today?

Yes! I took my fucking pills!


Okay, jeez, Mom.


Oh, I'm sorry.

I'm sorry.

I just met these
people on the way back.

Oh, well that's good, right?

You made friends and...

I want you to be
straight with me, okay?

Did anything happen when
I was away yesterday?

Like, did anything strange
like loud noises or...

But you were here, Mom.

Yeah, but when I was away.

Well, when you were in
town, nothing happened.

No screaming or orgies, nothing.

Why? What did they say?

Never mind.


I knew, I knew, I
knew, I knew it.

It's okay. It's okay.

You know what, I
gonna go have a nap.

- Okay?
- Yeah,

that sounds like a good idea.

I'm gonna go back
to the lake then

and let you relax.

- Okay.
- I love you, Mom.
























Morning, ma'am.

Sheriff Roy Keeps.

Tad County Sheriff's Office.

This is Park Ranger,
Jennifer Ross.


ROY: And your name?


And your name?

I'm Sophie Palmer.

Is everything okay?

That's why we're
here, Miss Palmer.

You rentin' from the Grangers?

Yeah, Tom and Amy are friends
of me and my daughter's.

Did something happen?

Did you happen to
hear a disturbance

last Thursday about 10:00 pm?

Maybe you were having a party.

A party, a party.

Look, listen, my daughter and I,

we're eating and
sleeping and sunbathing,

and it's all very low key.

Leave your daughter
by herself at any time?

I went to the store, but

if anything happened,
she would have told me.

Sorry, Miss Palmer,
we received a call

concerning noise after hours,

and it's our job to
come and ask questions

to be sure that you and
your daughter are safe.

We certainly don't
wanna frustrate you.

We're here for your safety

and for the safety of
the other residents.

My daughter is
a very good girl.

We all have
secrets, Miss Palmer.

Kids do things sometimes
they don't wanna talk about.

The type of behavior
we wouldn't expect.

Mean, aggressive.

Even violence.

It only takes one time
to cross that line.

Would it be okay if we came by

and spoke to your
daughter later?

Of course

Of course, that would be fine.

Your daughter's name?


Your daughters name?

ROY: Miss Palmer?

It's Roselee.

Thank you.

Oh, of course.

Miss Palmer, are you okay?

Is everything okay?

It's fine.

It's just these migraines.

Everything is fine.

We'll be back later.

You have a good day, ma'am.


Did Sophie seem weird to you?

What do you mean?


I just don't want any trouble.

You mean again?

Listen, sis is
only gonna be able

to get you out of
bind so many times.

That's a street
that goes both ways.

Or did you forget that?

Hey, remember the first
time we went camping?

How could I forget?

It was a good time, no?

It was the best time.

I think the mom
would be down for it.

I'm into some weird shit

but I get this stay the
fuck away vibe, sis.

We should drop by and
see how drunk she gets.

Maybe the daughter
won't even show up.

And if she does, you
can have the daughter,

and I can have Sophie.

Hmm, and if she doesn't,

well, I'm sure the three of us

can have a little
bit of fun, hmm?

Listen, we always
have each other.

We sure do.

Always and forever.



(SCOFFS) You always win.

Not always.

Most of the time,
but not always.



I'm gonna go get out of
these stinky clothes.

I smell like guano
and old cheeseburgers.

Yeah. (LAUGHS)

Can you turn the
shower on for me?

Oh, sure.

Just a minute.


It's on, baby.


I'm gonna go get this funk off.


Oh, you forgot
your towel, baby.

Here you go, sweetie.


Oh, thanks, Mom.

You're welcome.



You know, I know you did
your best to protect me

from Dale and from Dad.


And I know it wasn't
easy for you, either.

I just wanted you to know that.

You're welcome, baby.

They deserve what they got, boy.


Nobody hurts my baby.

I know, Mom.

You know, I should
have done more.

Part of me didn't wanna believe

that what was going
on was going on.

I should have been stronger.

But that other part of me,

I never wanna see
that part of me again.



Now I can count on you, right?


Not to pull a stunt
like you did earlier.

Not to bring this woman to tears

by giving her the fifth degree.

I'm not gonna make
any promises, Ross.

I gotta trust me gut.

Your gut?

Like that time you trusted
your gut with that 12 year old?

Hey, he looked shifty.

What do you want me
to say, I'm sorry?

Okay, I'm sorry.

I would like to
just have an exchange

without somebody
shitting themselves.

I thought I was the hard ass.

Hard-headed, maybe.

I hate this place.

It gives me the creeps.

I just wanna get in and
take care of business

and get the hell out.

What is it about this place

that makes you so spooky, Ross?

I'll tell ya sometime.

Just not now.

Hey, I think you need to
tell me before we go in.

It isn't a short story

and it isn't a story
I like to tell.

Now remember, smile.

I am smiling.



ROY: Palmer.





- Have a seat.
- Uh-huh.

Would you like a coffee?

- No.
- I would like...

Sure, I would love
a cup of coffee.

No, ma'am. No, thank you.


Miss Palmer, you have
anything to tell us?

Did you get a chance to speak
to your daughter, Roselee?

What do you mean?

Did you get a chance
to talk to your daughter?


God, no.

Oh, oh, yes.

She says she does not
remember anything strange.

Nothing at all?


Would you mind if we ask
her a few questions ourselves?

Oh, no.

Ah, she's, ah...

Oh, she's in the shower.



Maybe we should come back.

I'll say.


Miss Palmer, are you on
any prescription medications?


Hey, are you okay?

Oh yes, I'm, I'm, I'm...

Um, no. I mean, yes.

I'm, I'm fine.

I'm okay.


That girl must
love her shower.

How much longer do
you think it'll be?

Oh, oh, not very long.

But you said she didn't
recall anything, right?

Right, right.

She, she doesn't
remember anything.

What, what do you want?

Miss Palmer, there's
no reason to be upset.

I am not upset!

Miss Palmer.

- Don't hurt us!
- Miss Palmer,

it's okay.

We didn't mean to.


It's okay, Miss Palmer.

(GASPS) I'm sorry.

I'm sorry.

I'm sorry.

I'm sorry, it's just my,

my husband.


Oh, I'm so sorry.

JENNY: It's okay.

I'm gonna talk to Lee.

- Okay.
- No, Miss Palmer.

We'll be going.

We will be going.

We'll show ourselves out.

Thanks again for your time.

We'll stop by again tomorrow.


Something's just not right.

I smell it.

Jesus, Roy, will
you just let it go?

It's bad enough we're
dredging up abusive nightmares

for that poor woman,

and you're putting
the screws to her too.

Something's going
on here, Ross.

(SIGHS) You're not
in Dallas anymore.

This is Century Lakes.

It's just simple folk
with simple lives.

Maybe you're right.

I can't shake it.

This place.

What you won't tell
me about this place.


I feel it.

It's a darkness, a chill.

I felt this one time before.

I ignored it, people
paid the price.

What are you talking about?


It happened in Dallas.

There as a call.

A neighbor said he
heard screams next door.

I rolled out on it.

When I got there,

I went up to the door.

Everything was quiet.

It was too quiet.

I knocked.

A pretty little thing
came to the door.

Late 20's.

Didn't have any bruises.

No cuts.

Big smile.

I ask her, "Everything okay?"

I ask her repeatedly.

Over and over.

I interviewed her,
five or six minutes.

She assured me.

It was all right.

I walked away.

But I knew it wasn't right.

I knew something was wrong.

I had that feeling.

Same feeling I got here.


What happened?

Second call came
in later that night.

I was already off duty.

I didn't take it.

But when it came across the
scanner as the same place,

I knew it was gonna be bad.

And it was.

What happened?

Girl's boyfriend,
he was a meth head.

He was high.

He took a hammer

and he beat her four
year old son to death.

Coroner said the boy
didn't die right away.

Said he probably lived
an hour, maybe two.

Second call that
came in that night,

that was the girl screaming.

Boyfriend took the same hammer,

crushed her skull.

I didn't do nothing.

I walked away.

Ross, you might
think I'm an asshole,

but I can't get that
picture of that little boy

and his mama out of my mind.

I'm sorry, Roy, but

this is not that situation.

It just isn't.

I wish I had your confidence.

I really do.

People are dark.

Everyone has a secret.

Everyone, Ross.


I'm sorry, Roy.

I'm really sorry that you
had to go through that.

I've seen a lot of things.

Some worse that that.

Your cup fills up quick.

You either gotta empty
your cup or get a new one.

Well, to get a fresh start,

you need to let go of your past.


You're a good woman, Ross.

It's getting late.

Let's get outta here.












It's amazing.


So serene.


It's beautiful.

Almost as beautiful as you are.

Oh, you're such a charmer.

Oh, you're the charmer.

Bloodsucking whore!

I know what you did!






Have you not
heard that banging?

What banging?

Seriously, you
have not heard it?


What are you talking about?

Just give me the keys.

I told you earlier,
I don't have them.


Open this door.

Mom, come back to bed.

Oh, okay.

All right, let's go back to bed.

Come on.





This is Sheriff Keeps.


Everything okay?


You wanna have lunch with me?

Yeah, sure.

No, I'm on the west side of
the lake up on Ridge Road.

I can be there in 20 minutes.

Okay, see ya at the park.


I'll be damned.



Oh, I'm sorry.

Oh, look at you.


Jeez, did you go through
some poison ivy or something?


Aw, I don't know.

Maybe we should get into town.

I could ask that
Matt guy to drive us,

and we could get some help

and I could get my keys redone.

Yeah, but how's
your head, better?


It's okay.

It's been days
now and I don't why

you don't drink anymore.


Look, I'm sorry.

I know, I have not
been myself lately.

(SIGHS) It's just, I can't
help with this headache.

And, ow, you know what?

Now I just, I
can't find my keys.

I can't sleep at night.

Look, look, look at this.

Look at this.


I know that you're worried

if we wait until Saturday.

Um, you said your friends
were gonna be back later.

Why don't we just wait for them,

and then we can leave
when they get back.

Unless they don't come.


You know what?

We could, we could just

pack up and leave.

Yeah, I think
that's a good idea.


Do you remember this lullaby?


♪ Rock a bye baby ♪

♪ On the tree top ♪

♪ When the wind blows ♪

♪ The cradle will rock ♪


♪ When the bow breaks ♪

♪ The cradle will fall ♪

♪ And down will come baby ♪

♪ Cradle and all ♪



Hey, come.

Have a seat.


Don't mind if I do.

This is quite unexpected.

Well, we only see each
other regarding work,

so I thought why not
actually have a social visit

while we can get to know
each other a little better?

That's very kind of you.

Turkey or turkey?

(CHUCKLES) I think
I'll have turkey.

Turkey it is.

You had it planned,

that I would take turkey.

That's a damn good sandwich.

Did you make this?

Yes, I did.

They say the way
to a man's heart

is through his stomach.

So, why a park
ranger in Oregon?

Well there are only two states

that don't require you to
have a gun to be a ranger,

and Oregon is one of them.

And I hate guns.

I love the trees
and I grew up here.

Why Oregon for you?

Hmm, well in I grew
up in East Texas.

Trees, lakes, a
place much like this.

Hunting, fishing, and guns.

After the incident in Dallas,

I needed a change.

Tad County needed a sheriff.

You know, guns are a
requirement for sheriffs.

Maybe I should take
you shooting some time.

(CHUCKLES) No, that's okay.

Lunch and conversation
is just fine.

Fair enough.

Listen, what happened
in that house?

I know you may not
wanna talk about it.

I understand.

No, it's okay.

It was a long time ago

but there was a family
that lived there.

And the man, Jim Talent,

he was disturbed.

He was mentally
ill and back then,

people just thought
he was mean-spirited.

He lived there with his wife

and they were having an argument

and he shot her.

A kid was passing by on
a bike and heard the shot

and walked in on Jim.


The wife was dead on the
couch, covered in blood,

and Jim was holding
a pistol in his hand.

Jim was out of his mind,

and he kept yelling at
the kid to shoot him.

He put the gun in the kid's hand

and he was saying, "Shoot me!"

He kept saying,
"End it, end it!"

"Shoot me!"

The kid, the kid
didn't know what to do

so she dropped the gun,

she ran out

and she thought, "I should have,

I should have taken the gun.

I should have grabbed the gun

and run out with it so he
couldn't hurt himself."

And then

a gun shot.

Jim shot himself.



That's why you
don't like guns.

Do you still ride bikes?

That's why I don't like guns.

I never told that
to anyone before.

Thank you.


Did anyone ever tell you
you're easy to talk to?

Just criminals.





Here, stay here.

Stay here.

What is it?


I am gonna go upstairs

and find out what
is behind that door!

I'm gonna have to break
it down if I have to!

No, maybe there's a reason

we're not supposed
to be in there.

An animal or a water
heater or something.

Lee, don't you
wanna get in there?

Don't you wanna see
what's in there?

I have to go up there!

I'm sorry.







Oh thank you!

Oh, thank you for coming!

Thank you for coming!

My daughter, she's gone!

I can't find her!

She's hurt and I
can't find my keys!

My keys are gone and I
have to find my daughter!

You have to help me!

Now just calm down.

I told you this bitch was crazy.

What? No, no, no.

No, no, no. You don't under-

- Just stay the fuck there.

We don't want any problems.



No, no, no, no, no,
you don't understand.

I can't find my daughter.

And she's really hurt.

I, I don't have my keys.

I have to get into town.

You, can you go to town?

- Sophie.
- You go to town.

You know something,
what the hell is going on?

Yeah, we heard these screams
a few nights ago here,

and now we're hearing
them in this upstairs,

the same place.

Yeah, there's no
doubt you need help,

but you know what,
right now, you need

just stay the fuck away from us!

(GASPS) What?


Okay, okay, okay,
something strange,

something strange is going on.

It's true, it's true, it's true.

I don't know what it is.

My daughter is gone!


Gone! Do you understand?

She's not here!

And she needs help.

You satisfied?

Can we get the fuck
outta here now?

Wait, don't...




Why do you hate me, Mom?

I don't hate you, baby.

Why, why would you say that?

You let Dale take me.

You could have stopped him.

Uh, I didn't want
you to go, baby.

I did my best, I did my best!

Okay, I found somebody new.

You know Matt.

Hi, Sophie.

Don't worry, I'll
take care of her.

I'll make her happy.

Our little girl's skin,

as smooth as butter.


ROSELEE: Why would
you do that, Mom?

Why would you let Dale hurt me?

MATT: Yeah, Mom.

How could you?

You touch her
and I swear to God!

Or what, Mom?

I'll fucking kill you!



fucking kill you.

Ooh, Mama has some spirit.

After I'm done
with your daughter,

maybe I'll get a
slice of you as well.

I will fucking kill you!

Me first.



ROSELEE: Did you
take your pills today?

Yes, I took my fucking pills!

CARLA: Hang on you bitch,
just give me a second.

Okay, but you have
to drink another one.

Did anything happen when
I was away yesterday?

you're were here, Mom.

Oh my God.

Now what are the chances.

let Dale take me.

You could have stopped him.

I didn't want you to go, baby.

I did my best, I did my best.

Maybe we should,
maybe we should leave.

What do you think?



All right.



What are you doing here?

I just want you to
know he's not a bad guy.

You could have told me first.


Can I come in?

Come in, Dale.

Come on in.


Lee, come on, let's go.

- Why?
- Lee, come on.

Let's go.

- But why?
- Lee, come on.

Let's go.

- Just stop.
- Lee!

Come on, let's go!

- No.
- Lee, come on!

- Let's go!
- Dale!


Rise, princess.

Shh, that's a good girl.


♪ Never crossed my mind ♪

♪ That you would come
back to me again ♪

♪ And I don't fit in ♪

♪ Just because you
told me you can ♪

♪ If you think I'll
remember the day ♪

♪ Obviously not ♪

♪ I pushed you over once ♪

♪ I'm not afraid to
push you over again ♪

♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪

♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh ♪

♪ Think quick cause what
comes out your mouth ♪

♪ Has always been the same ♪

♪ Think again cause you
can tell this about me ♪

♪ Coward's mysterious ways ♪

♪ Think now ♪

♪ This place was built for you ♪

♪ Was I sane ♪

♪ I pushed you over once ♪

♪ I'm not afraid to
push you over again ♪

♪ But if you wanted
to do anything ♪

♪ I wouldn't cut you down ♪

♪ Wouldn't turn you around ♪

♪ And say get out ♪

♪ Oh, get out ♪

♪ You had said once ♪

♪ That this is no country
for a man like me ♪

♪ But that's our everything ♪

♪ You say get out ♪

♪ Oh, get out ♪

♪ Look, I came here to point
fingers and to pass the blame ♪

♪ He saw you fall ♪

♪ So buckle up cause I
work in mysterious ways ♪

♪ My heart dropped as
soon as you denounced ♪

♪ Time to celebrate ♪

♪ I pushed you over once ♪

♪ I'm not afraid to
push you over again ♪

♪ And if you wanted
to do anything ♪

♪ I wouldn't cut you down ♪

♪ Wouldn't turn you around ♪

♪ You say get out ♪

♪ Oh, get out ♪

♪ You had said once ♪

♪ That this is no country
for a man like me ♪

♪ But that's our everything ♪

♪ You say get out ♪

♪ Oh, get out ♪

♪ Oh, get out ♪

♪ Oh, you said get out ♪

♪ Oh ♪

♪ Oh, get out ♪

♪ This place is not for you ♪

♪ Oh, get out ♪

♪ This place is not for you ♪

♪ Oh, get out ♪

♪ This place is not for you ♪