Eternal Beauty (2019) - full transcript

After Jane (Sally Hawkins) falls into a state of despair over her schizophrenia, she encounters new sources of love and life with surprising results.

I'd like to welcome you
to this hypnosis recording

for relieving stress and anxiety.

This session is designed
to increase your well-being

and your ability
to release any form of stress

that you may have been holding on to.

You'll have the opportunity
to restore your inner balance,

your sense of calm and being in control.

Please make sure that you are not driving,
operating machinery,

or doing any other task
that requires your attention.

If you're just tuning in, welcome, folks.

Don't fight depression.

Make friends with it.

- What are we waiting for?
- I think she's still...

Yes, here she is.

- You look beautiful.
- Thank you.


You two go in the back.
I'll go in the front.

- You look lovely.
- Yeah?

What's wrong?

Is everything okay?

- He hasn't turned up.
- What?

- We tried calling, but there's no answer.
- Call him again.

I've never been so embarrassed in my life!

I'm so, so sorry
if I've done something wrong.

I love you.

I just want things to go back...

to how they were.

Thank you.


Right. How are you feeling?

I feel fine.

- Fine?
- Yeah.



Fine or good?


No depression?





What's your name?


Say it again.

It's Jane.

Are you sure?



Nice, isn't it?


That could be you one day.


Merry Christmas.




Quickly! Quickly.

- Jane? What are you doing here?
- That's nice.

Hello, Mom, Dad. Come in.
I've got something to...

Nicola, Lucy, come on. Quickly, guys.
I haven't got all day.

Didn't expect you here, but it's all right.

Now, I don't...
I don't wanna cause anyone any offense,

but I bought my own presents this year.

Yes, I have. Yeah.

It's just, to be honest...

you know, I've had enough of all the soap
and the socks all the time,

because it is a lot, isn't it?

Yeah, I know. I can see it, Mom.

I recognize the shape.

I like them, I've just got a lot of them.

And, Nicola, you didn't even
buy me socks last year, did you?

It's okay.
I hope I haven't offended anyone.


So I've wrapped them from you,
make it easier.

I just need the money now, thank you.

- That's from you, Nicola, take it.
- What?

- Fuck off. I'm not giving you that.
- Nicky.

Well, you have to, so no choice.

No, no,
I haven't got enough money for myself,

let alone to buy you
some fancy fucking bag.

Yes, yes.

Thank you so much.

The paper, brilliant too.

That's so nice. Keep that.

I love it! It's stunning.

Thank you.

Where'd you get it from?

I love it. I love it so much.
Thank you so much.

What's this? From you?

Yes. Yes, yes, yes!

Oh, Nicola!

- You didn't have to.
- I didn't.

- Yeah, you did, though, didn't you?
- I didn't.

So 250 pounds, please.

- Yeah.
- No, I'm not buying you that bag, Jane.

- You already did, didn't you?
- No.

We'll talk about it.
Maybe I'll get this one.

Yeah, great. All right. Merry Christmas.

Merry Christmas!

- Merry Christmas.
- Merry Christmas.

Hi, Alice.

- Hi.
- Hi.

- Merry Christmas.
- Well...

Wish you a Merry Christmas
I'll wish you a Merry Christmas

I'll wish you a Merry Christmas

- Merry Christmas.
- Merry Christmas.

- Shall I help you?
- Yeah. Thank you.

Thanks for the necklace.
I absolutely love it.

What necklace?

- I'll give you your receipt later.
- What receipt?

- There we go.
- Thank you.

Is Jack all right?
He opened all his presents, did he?

Yeah. You do know
that you got him an umbrella?

Yeah, that's from me. He like it, yeah?

- Well, he's 9. He doesn't really need one.
- Okay. Did he like it?

- Yeah, he did, actually.
- Good.

- What time's dinner?
- It'll be ready when it's ready, Jane.

Okay. Bit hungry.

- Carrots. Carrots, yeah?
- Yeah.

Roasted potatoes.

- Yorkshire pudding? Carrots?
- Yeah.


What did you put on the carrots, Tony?



All right, Jack?

Hey. What's up? You all right?


It's Christmas.

Take it.

His dog passed away this morning.

- What?
- His dog passed away this morning.


- What did the dog die of?
- Cancer.

Well, doctor did say it runs in the family.

Well, gotta be careful. Yeah.

I have to go,
because I don't like coriander.

Jane, sit down, please.

We're putting you
on a different dose of medication.


I feel fine on the medication
that I'm on, actually.

We don't want to feel fine.

We want to feel better. Don't we?

- Do we?
- Yes.

- Okay.
- Repeat after me.

I'm in my oils.

I'm in my oils.

Did the doctor say you put on weight?

- No.
- She has, hasn't she?

I'm on new medication.

So I'm sleeping a lot.

Well, you need to wake up.


What's Alice been doing?

You can tell her
we've decided to move away.

This is no life for us. It's disgusting.

She won't even talk to her own mother.

What have I done?

- What have I done?
- Nothing.

She's just jealous, isn't she?

She is, isn't she? Is she?

But we've been redecorating the kitchen.

It's lovely. We're in our oils.

You should start doing something
about this place.

It's beginning to look like a squat.

Better get that.

- Hello?
- Hey. I haven't heard from you in a while.

Are you okay? You sound tired.

I can't talk. My parents are here.
Quick, quick.

Have you told them about us yet?

No, not yet. They're not ready. I will.

- Look, I just love you. I want them to know.
- I love you too.

- Okay, bye.
- Okay, bye.

What's wrong?


Well, sit down.

There's news.

Bad news.

I'm ill.

Nothing definite.

Don't start worrying yourself,
because we're not sure of anything yet.

But it's bad.

Really bad. Isn't it?

And above all, don't tell Alice.


Well, we've had a lovely visit, haven't we?

Yeah, it's been all right, innit?

Well, we have to go.


You used to have such beautiful hair.

Thank you.

Bye, Dad.


Why not turn to the person next to you
and say, "I'm depressed"?

Remember, don't fight depression.

Make friends with it.

If you're just tuning in,
welcome to Feeling Blue.

Today's phone-in
is all about making a change.

Maybe you're sick of the humdrum nature
of day-to-day life.

You want to make a change.

You want to stop taking the pills.

Today could be the first day
of the rest of your life.

Why not call in to tell us
all about the change you're making?

Have you...? It stinks in here.
Have you washed?

Yeah, loads.

- You need to wash.
- Yeah, and you need to fucking shut it.

- Look. Look.
- What?

- Look.
- What?

I'm claiming money on the sick
for mental health.

They're coming round here shortly
to examine me to make sure I'm a nutjob.

- Why, what's wrong?
- I've got what you've got.

Time of the month?
Yeah, I'm hemorrhaging...

There's nothing wrong with me, Jane.
I'm normal.

Oh, okay, normal period.

Lucy's claiming on depression as well.

Yeah, I'm depressed.

We all are.

So I need you to show me some stuff.
Tell me how to act in front of them.

No, Nic, Nic, Nic, we can't do that.
We'll go to jail.

- How are you feeling?
- I feel fine, thank you.

- Yeah?
- Yeah.

- Yeah? Nothing going on?
- What do you mean?

Is something weird going on in your head?

No, I feel fine, thank you. A-okay.

I take my tablets. Honest, now.

What happens if you don't?

It depends, really.

But around 9:00 every night,
the spiders come out of the walls.

That one there has got a face on him.

The one back there, in the corner,
the mother. Mother, she be like...

And then, over there,
that jumping jack, that...

And then I can get the...


She's very, very ill.

Are you okay to talk to me, Nicola?

Go away.

Go away.

- You sad, Mom?
- Less is more. Jail cells.

You won't tell anyone
what happened to you today, will you?

Get the door, quick, quick, quick.

Quick. I'll do it.

Yeah. Go.

Goodbye. Show is over. Good riddance.

How much money have you got now?

Oh, nothing. Nothing.

Well, can you lend us some money?

Well, how much?
You haven't paid me back for the bag yet.

- Grand.
- So?

Yeah, well, we need it.

Keep your voice down.

- They're listening.
- What?

Don't wanna scare you.

- What are you talking about?
- The people in the walls.

Don't look.

They can see out,
we can't see in because of the paint.

Don't get too close to the wall, darling.
Come away from the wall.

You get too close, they do drag you in.

Oh, no.

Filthy fucking fuck fuck.

- Left my briefcase.
- It's there.

- Tony's a bastard.
- What?

Tony's a bastard.

I've gotta rush.

Not hungry, am I?


Come here.

- You and Tony okay?
- Yeah, we're fine.

Because I saw him kissing another lady.

- Have you been taking your tablets?
- Yes, I am. Thank you.

Don't say such silly things, then.

Okay. Carry on with your day.
Nothing to see here.

Hello? Jane speaking.

Hey. What have you been doing today?

Nothing. I haven't been anywhere,
and I definitely haven't seen anyone, so...

I've got an idea.

- Hello?
- Hey.

You all set?

- Yeah.
- Good.

I love you. Don't panic.
This is the right thing to do.

- Yeah.
- Bye.



It's me.

It's Jane.

Quicker, you fucking... Quick.

Thank you, thank you.
I'm gonna take you back.

Get in.

Doesn't open,
so you're gonna have to climb in.

Yeah, don't do that.

You all right?

If you're just tuning in, welcome, folks.
Today we're talking adoption.

Are you looking to adopt a child, but...?

Did your mother tell you
that I used to be a model?

- No.
- That's weird.

I did. You ask her. No lies.
In fact, I was as beautiful as...

Open it, have a look in there.
Quick, quick. Quicker. Quicker.

Good boy.

I used to compete in beauty pageants.

Yeah. Dropped out because
I'd get nervous, so I never won, did I?


This doesn't really look like you.

What's that, now?

It just don't really look like you.


Welcome back.

Today we're talking about
how you might dispose of a body.


I'll just put it on now.

That's better.

What happened?

You were attacked, Jack.

Came left of field. You're safe, though.

I fought them off with karate.


What I'm about to say

is gonna sound strange,

because you've taken
a bit of a hit to the head, but...

it's true. Okay?

I'm your mother.

When I had you, the doctor said...

I was ill. I wasn't ill.

So my sister Alice, "your mother"...

took you in and adopted you.

I'm your mother.

That's the truth.
Honest, now, no lies involved.

How do you feel about that, then?

- Quite tired.
- You're not tired.

Yeah, I am.

Are you ready to come with me
and meet Daddy?

Don't drink that.

It's quite expensive.
Even I don't know where I...


- What happened to your head? What?
- I was attacked.

- Yeah, he was attacked. Don't ask.
- Jane!

You need to understand,
you can't fucking do this...

- Don't shout at her, she's not a child.
- Yeah, tone it down, Tony.

- Tell her to stop acting like one, then.
- You're acting like one.

Here we go.

Taking sides with her family again.
It's always the same!

- In other news, Mom came around. She's ill.
- She's not ill.

She reckons she is,
and she reckons you're jealous.

Filling your head with bullshit.
Tony will drive you home.

I'll get a cab, it's fine.

- Auntie Jane has a car.
- No.

No, I don't. I don't have a...

He's playing silly buggers
because he took a... to the head.

Jack, if you continue to lie,

your nose will grow really large, like...

this fuckhead here, Tony, your dad.

- Are we going, or...?
- Yeah.

Because I ain't got the... for a cab, have I?

Are you sleeping with another lady?

No, Jane. I'm not.

Guess I'm out of here.

Come on.

Bring it on.

Thanks for the lift.

Where have you been tonight?

- Just out.
- Where?

I miss you.

- I'm sorry.
- What do you mean you're sorry?

I'm sorry I couldn't get him.

You make me feel like I can't trust you.

You can. I'm really sorry.

You can trust me.

Oh, yeah? Prove it.

I will. I'll get him this time, I promise.

- Who are you supposed to be?
- My fucking self.

- Happy birthday. Well done.
- Where's Lucy?

With the wicked witch.

- What? Why?
- Oh, I don't know.

She can keep her, for all I care.
Have you spoken to Jane?

Not yet. Why?

Keeps talking about things
in the walls again. Her place stinks.

Come here.

Come here, Jack. Quick, quick, quick.

Come here.

You're real.

Listen to me, because I need to tell you
something, and this is important.

There are people here who are Frankensteins,

i.e. dead.

They have no...


You get me?

These people aren't just here.

They're everywhere.

Look at me.

They are hard to spot
because they look just like us,

but they're not us.

They are nasty.

Don't be scared. I'm here to save you.

I know what I needed to tell you.

Say it with me, "cannibalism."

Floors do open up.

Cannibalism do drag you down.

No. No.


I know. You mustn't panic, though.


The fridge.

Go, go, go.

Don't look too hard.

Hurry. Come on. Come on.

There's a way out. This way.

Where are we going?

- Just here. It's all right, Jack. No.
- I wanna go back inside.

- He's here now.
- I wanna go back inside.

Jack, no. Stop it, you fuck!

Johnny. Here he is.

Thank you.

Where's he going?


What are you doing?


They know. The trees know it.

The trees in the woods.

You see...

a car's died and it...

So I turned it over.

Where you going?

You're back here?

I got him. I got him.

Where? Where?


All right.




- What's she doing?
- Getting ready for the pageant.

Give me my dress back.

You're making it very difficult
for people to like you.

- People do like me.
- Who? Johnny?

What's going on?

That's my dress. I made it.

- She won't give it back.
- I warned you,

but you wouldn't take any notice.
Now you've ruined everything.

- Mom, she's gone through a lot.
- Shut up.

No, she really...

There we are. That looks lovely.

...for what we are about to receive.

What comes ne... What's next?

- "Amen."
- Amen.


Yeah, it's... Well, let's eat.

Jane, eat.

The cars won't stop and I...

Don't know if he will be home, but...

Just cut it when he talks and I know and...


In the forestry, it's all right.

We just... Yeah. And I stopped the cars and...

Trying a bit, but you can't...

And like... And... Yeah.


You're all ants.



It's a bloody ant farm.

I'm trapped in the cage of a pestilent beast
and that beast was named anxiety.


No, I don't know you.

It's Mike.

No. No.

You don't remember me?

The guy who used to...

- fiddle with his dog.
- Oh, fu...

Are they still saying that?
What else do they say?

Stuff, you know.

- You're fucking beautiful.
- Shut up.

You're the most beautiful thing
I've seen today.

- Will you shut up?
- What's your favorite drink?

Half of a lager, shandy top.

Right. Well, will you allow me
to treat you

- to half of a lager, shandy top?
- No.

Don't listen to what these ants here
are telling you.

Mike. I don't know you,

and I'm not looking for a sexual partner
at the moment, thank you.

- So, no, don't...
- They won't get in the way

- of the development of our love.
- No, we're not in love.

So don't go spreading that.

- When can I see you again?
- I don't know you.

You can't because I got
a doctor's appointment now.

- I'll come in.
- No, you stay there.

- I'll come in because I know him.
- No, you don't.

No, stay. You stay there.

Right there.

I've got something for you.

You're dead.

- What?
- React.

- You're dead.
- All right.

Would you like to spend more time with me?

Can I think about it?

I'm fine, thanks. Thanks.

Yes. I would like to spend
more time with you.


I must've kept it from when I was a kid.

I used to be a model.

- No lies involved either.
- Yeah.

I know.

- I was stunning, wasn't I?
- Yeah.

- You can ask Alice.
- I will.


Yeah, thanks.

- So how you been?
- Yeah. Not good.

I mean, things were looking up for a...

About a month.

Few years back, but...

- Oh, listen to me. How've you been?
- Yeah, I'm fine, thanks.


What you been doing?

- Nothing. Just living in my flat.
- Yeah? That's nice.

I wish they'd give me one of them.

I don't have a place at the moment,
another attractive quality.

You look amazing.

- Do you remember my band?
- No.

Yeah, we were quite shit, but...

I had this plan to release a killer album
and then die young,

remain credible, but it's a...

Anyway, I got the band back together
about a year ago and...

I'm doing a gig soon if you wanna come.

Well, you could say I'm a...

Well, I'm like a rock star now.

Very inspirated by Nirvana, for example.

The Truth.
Very much inspirated by The Truth.

You know...

What time's your gig?

This is for Jane.

So? What'd you think?

Well done. Very good.

Don't drink the water

Unless you want your life

Well, what was your favorite bits?

Well... The singing.

We're the Truth Detectives

And detecting truth is what we do

And when you're least expecting us
You better look out 'cause

We'll be inspecting you

You all right?

So I've been thinking,

maybe you're not ill.

Maybe you're an experiment.

Maybe we're all an experiment
for something else, that what's going on.

I'm not ill anymore. I'm fine.

Yeah. Well, it's...

It's the world that's sick, innit?
The world is...

You know? And we're all being controlled.

Or even controlled into thinking
that we're not controlled.

The queen's a shape-shifter
You think she's weak and feeble

But she's got the strength of a weightlifter
She's got the beak of a seagull

They control everything.
They control what we eat, what we watch.

It's the same mind-numbing fucking shit.

Amusing little plays. Me and the Detectives,
we don't stand a fucking chance.

Death, death
No breath

Same false advertisement
for how wonderful the world is

while they're keeping a needle in
the population behind closed doors.

And everything we're taught
is a fictitious lie.

I can't...

I'm sorry. I can't believe
you've seen me perform.

- I feel like I should see you perform.
- I don't sing.

Yeah, I know, but it's like...

Because you've seen,
like, the deepest, darkest part of me,

which is the truth, because I'm at
my most exposed when I'm, well, serenading.

I bet you could sing.
I bet you could sing like a fucking bird.

You could be in the band.

I don't sing.

First, I was afraid, I was terrified

Thinking I could never live
Without you by my side

But I've been so many long

Thinking how you did me wrong

But now you're back

From outer space

I didn't bump into anyone...

Oh, that was fucking beautiful.

I don't sing.

- Jane?
- Yeah.

I'm going to act on a feeling now,

and I want you to tell me
whether or not you agree.

I agree.

Oh, my...

Jane, oh, Jane, you're my kind of cocaine

You're my little chicken

Little chicken jail mate

You're my muse.


I think I love you.

I definitely love you.

Just keeps the kidneys strong.

- You'll feel much better.
- I was thinking of...

Right. I've got an announcement to make,
so everyone, shut the fuck up!

I'm dying.

That's a lie. I'm getting married.

We're getting married.

Of course you are.

- What's that supposed to mean?
- What's your name?

- Lesley.
- Lesley? Nice.

- It means I'm happy for you.
- Good, because Lesley's ecstatic.

I'm in my oils.

Never been happier.

So, Mike, have you got a job?

Negative. No.

So how do you make money?

Well, I used to work
in a bread factory, making bread,

but now, technically, I gig, but that's art,

and I don't consider art as a job.

But you get paid?

Again, technically...

- He's so good.
- Shut up.

I'll tell you what, Lesley,
the old bag of nuts surprised me.

They should know. Maybe I should...?

They... They should know.

Jane is going to be the second
lead vocalist in my band.


Because she's fucking good.

Sorry about the dirty word.

Mike, he reckons I've got what it takes.

Like Celine Dion.


Better. Mike reckons
I'm better than Celine Dion.

I mean, this could really take off,
you know, especially with what she's got,

and it's like a new angle.

We could be looking at the next,
I don't know, Dory Previn.

- What do you mean "with what she's got"?
- Talent.

Talent. With her talent.

I'm really going for it.

Right. Well, let's make a toast.

Never seen us all so happy.

Tell them.

To me,

because I'm getting married.

And to happiness.

- And to Mike moving in with me.
- Yes!

- What?
- Yeah.

That's quick.

Yeah, well, we like each other, so...

That doesn't mean you have
to move in with each other.

- There's nothing wrong with it.
- Oh, yeah, I'm just checking.

Because it's a big thing to move in
with someone, so I'm just checking.

I wanna do what I want.

You let me do what I want.

I want Mike to move in with me.

Treat me like a child.

Becoming like Mom.

There's something else.


will you marry me?

Where's the ring?




Sorry, Mike...

I just don't think this is a good idea.

- What?
- I just don't.

Why can't you be happy for me?

- I am.
- No, you're not.

- We're leaving.
- No. Jane, sorry. I...

You're just jealous because I've got someone
that actually pays attention to me.

He's cheating on you,
and you can't even see it!

Tell her. Go on, tell her, Tony.

- Tell her the truth. Go on.
- You need to start taking your medication.

And you need to fuck right off.

Not one of my kids has visited me.

What does that say?


Do they know I'm ill?

Yeah, yeah.

Alice doesn't believe you.

Would you mind if I talk to
my daughter alone?

No. No.

No, Mom, you...

It's fine. You can say what you like
in front of Mike. He's not gonna go.

He's not... He's not gonna...

go spreading stuff. He...

- I'm not a snitch.
- He's not a snitch.

I'm very loyal.

You're not marrying this fool.

You can preach all you like to me,
it's not happening.

Why? Why?

Give me your hand.

- No, I'm not...
- Shut up!

- I don't want...
- Give me your hand.

- No, don't... Don't...
- No...

It's all right. I'm comfortable facing
whatever's ahead of me.

You don't know what she's gonna do.

There's a devil inside you.

Stay away from her, you fuckhead!

Mom, stop it.

We're put on this earth with a purpose.

Do you want to know what your purpose is?


You need to wake up.

I'll wake up when I want to.

I'll pay you back when the band get a deal.

When do you think that will be? Soon?

Any day now.

Okay. Thank you.

You're welcome.



- What's wrong?
- He's gone.

Where is he?

It's Lesley.

He's dead. He's gone.

He went peacefully.

Did he?

No, it's fine.

We were married, so I'll be fine.



I think I'm like you.

I keep hearing voices in the walls,
and they won't go away.

Can I stay with you till I get
Lesley's money?

How long do you think that will be, then?

Probably a while.

- Nicola.
- Yeah?

How long is "a while"?

Do you ever wake up and think,
"Something's not right"?

You look older.

Then you need Eternal Beauty.

It's working.

Taking you from faceless to flawless.

Let's have one of those.

- No.
- Come on, I've got what you've got.

They're mine. You can't.

Anyway, I take...

Don't need to take them anymore. I'm all...



You sick?

Well, my illness don't really
have a medical definition.

You two make such a cute couple.

Thank you.

Did Jane ever tell you I was a beauty queen?

- That was you? Yeah?
- Yeah.

Yeah, I won stuff.

Top tier. I won most of it.

Didn't I, Jane?

Yeah. She was really pretty.

- Yeah.
- Nice.

She still is, really.

A bit.

We used to have loads of photos.
We should get them out one day.

I wore this stunning blue dress.

They told me I was a natural.

Like this:

Took me right back.

I did the same,

but I didn't get...

They knew that I couldn't...

I wasn't very good.

Are we gonna win? No, I wasn't gonna win it.

You tried, but you weren't...

Wasn't good. She wasn't good.


No! No!

No, no, no!

Get off me! Get off me!

Get off me! Help!

- Don't look.
- They're stealing me!

They're stealing me!

Alice! They're stealing me!

Alice! Help!

That was Beth Orton with "Blood..."

If you're just tuning in, welcome.

Today's question,
why would you not kill yourself?

We're gonna be opening this up.

I'm gonna kick it off with I think
you should kill yourself if you want to.

In fact, if you are thinking about doing it
and are strong enough to go through with it,

why not call in beforehand to tell us why?

- Hello, caller.
- Yes. Hello.

Why are you killing yourself?


Turn it off!

Turn it off! Turn it off!

Turn it off!


Thank you.

- Should I take it?
- Yes, please.

You can take all of it.

- Now?
- Yes.


Thank you.


What's the food like?



I'm shitting pink peas.


Am I coming with you now?

Here you go.

What's that?

It's beautiful. Thank you.

Open it. Go on.


I'll help you open it.

- I'll do it.
- All right, you do it.

I got it.

Doctor said that'll get your hair back
the way it was.

- Once a day...
- Yeah?

for two weeks.

It's beautiful.

Can we go now?
I'm getting sick of this place.

Hello, Lucy.


I can't take the pills.

I can't take them anymore.

They make me too tired.

Jane, it's making you better.

I don't think so.

Is it?

Are you sure?

Let's go.


Where are you going?

Where are you going?

Won't be long.


For what?


And I don't wanna... Can't come with you.

It's me.

What have you been doing today?

I miss you.

I've got an idea.

I'm sorry.


- They're stealing me!
- Stop her!

I've just gonna get through
to the other side!

I've just gonna get through
to the other side!

No! Get off!

No, don't come here anymore.

I've missed you.

Have you missed me?


Where are you?

You didn't turn up.

I'm sorry.

I want to see you.

I know, but you didn't.

You... You didn't turn up. You didn't.

I've missed you so much.

I've missed you too.

- I'm not going anywhere.
- Okay.

I want to take care of you.

You're the love of my life, Jane.
You're my everything.

I promise I won't let a day pass

where I don't love you
with all the love in my heart.

Do you trust me?

Yeah. Yeah, I do. I do.


You're the love of my life.
You're my everything, Jane.

I love you.

I won't let a day pass where I don't
love you with all the love in my heart.

I want things to go back
to the way they were.

I just want things to go back...

to how they were.

You're the love of my life, Jane.
You're my... I promise... I love you...

You're my everything, Jane.
I promise I won't let a day pass...

I won't let a day pass
where I don't love you with all the love...

I will love you
with all the love in my heart.

- Jane.
- Jane?

Jane. Jane? Jane?

- Jane? Jane! Jane!
- Jane? Jane? Jane!

Your mother wants to see you.

Go now.

Go, go.

Come here.


Is she dead yet?

Not yet.





Where are you now?

Jane, I'm just resting my eyes.

Well, well, well.

Welcome back.

I do love you, Mom.

Oh, I love you too, Jane.

I know.

I wanted to tell you something.


We're all put on this earth for a purpose.

Do you want to know what your purpose is?

Yes, please.


I wonder...


You know...

People think that because of it,
I must be lonely, but that's not true.

I've got people talking to me all day long,
you know. Like, all day.

I got more friends than you, ain't I?

- Yeah. Yeah, you do.
- Yeah.

Yeah, I do.

You don't wanna be normal.

Trust me.

- It's hard work.
- Yeah?

Sometimes I do.

Most of the time, I like being...

this powerful.

What's your name?


You sure?


Are you happy?


You don't seem very happy, that's all.

I'm fine.


or good?


Are you happy?

Well, there's no such thing as happiness.

Only moments of not being depressed.

Where did you read that?

Come on, repeat after me.

I am in my oils.


Say it.

You say it.

Take some classy photos of me.

It's important people remember this, okay?


How do I look?


Nice, or...

really nice?

Really nice.

Thank you.

Some people say I'm
"paranoid schizophrenic,"

which means I think you're out to kill me,

as opposed to schizophrenic,
where I'd be out to kill you.

I'm not gonna kill you, though.


How about you?

I'm normal.


That's boring.