Summerland (2020) - full transcript

Surviving graduation is just the first challenge for Bray, Oliver, and Stacey, three friends determined to make it to the Summerland music festival, no matter what it takes. Embarking on a road-trip in high-spirits, there's more than just music waiting for them at the end of the rainbow. Bray has plans to meet Shawn, a boy he met on an online dating site he's convinced is questioning his sexuality. The problem? He's been pretending to be Stacey, Oliver's girlfriend, to get close to him.

(light rock music)

(keyboard clicking)

♪ And I'm losing my mind ♪

(chime ringing)

(keyboard clacking)

♪ Something new ♪

♪ But that's not who I am ♪

♪ I'm entitled to everything ♪

♪ Time I talk to everything but ♪

♪ I am forced to ♪

♪ Want something that you ♪

♪ Something new ♪


- Oh shit.

You all packed?

- Good morning.

Yeah I didn't sleep too bad, thank you.

How did you sleep?

Oh, I slept kind of well.

I'm gonna go pick up Stacey.

Do you wanna come?

- Stacey? Why?

- School finished today.

She's coming with.

- I thought her parents
wouldn't let her go.

- Well they wouldn't, but

they are going on a spiritual
retreat to San Lucia

to find their inner selves.

- How's that even gonna work?

Do we even have room?

- Calm down, Bray.

I got a bigger tent.

- I thought this was just
gonna be the two of us.

Get out on the road,

last festival before you have to go back.

- What, so you can ditch me for some guy

as soon as we get there?

No fucking way.

I am not gonna be a third wheel

to some blind date of yours.

- Oh, so you're just
gonna make me one instead.

- You've never met this guy.

For all you know, he's a chick.

- He sent me videos.

At least I'm not pity
inviting my girlfriend.

- This isn't a pity invite.

You know what Bray,
honestly I just wanna spend

some time with her before I go back.

I don't know if she's
gonna want to do the whole

transatlantic long distance bullshit.

- She still doesn't know?

- No.

I just don't wanna leave it on a bad note.

(siren blaring)

♪ I'm so important ♪

♪ I'm fucking gorgeous ♪

♪ Prioritize myself ♪

- Ugh!

Not again.

♪ I'm also not American
so don't deport me ♪

- License and registration.

Hi Oliver.

- Hey, Donnie.

- Nice to see you
driving on the right side

of the road this time.

- [Oliver] Trying my best.

- License, registration.

(Gordon sniffing)

- Oliver, your fucking car is on fire.

- [Oliver] Oh shit, fuck!

♪ Oh it's normal to you ♪

♪ 'Cause that sure ain't normal to me ♪

♪ And if I fall to know what to do ♪

♪ And if you call up
call up would you stay ♪

♪ Boy what's normal to you ♪

♪ 'Cause that sure ain't normal to me ♪

♪ And if I fall to know what to do ♪

♪ And if I call up call up ♪

(car honking)

- Stacey!

- Where have you guys been?

I've been waiting an hour.

Where's your car?

- We had a slight hiccup.

- Absolutely not.

- Oh, come on.


The only reason you were
able to do the road trip

in the first place was
because they were gone

for the whole month.

- That's different.

We can't just steal their RV.

Rick will kill me.

- You hate your stepdad.

There is no way that they
would be able to find out.

They're out of the country.

How are they gonna know?

- Look Oliver, it's clear
she doesn't wanna go

and that's fine.

- No, I wanna go.

I just don't wanna take the RV.

- Stacey, you said
yourself that the one thing

that you wanted to do when you left school

was a road trip.

Babe, this is our chance.

We just need the RV.

I can drive.

I drove that truck that one time.

- That was a pickup truck.

- Yeah, it was a big one though.

How much harder can an RV be?

- A lot harder.

- [Oliver] Hey Bray, you've
driven trucks before.

- [Bray] No, not this big.

- Dude, whose side are you on?

(sighs) Stacey.

- They would kill me
if I even scratched it.

- We won't!

We could teach you too.

My car would have been
too cramped anyways.

I mean it's gonna be for one week.

- No, it's too risky.

- But think of all the
places we could have sex!

- Forget it dude, let's find another way.

- Give me one second, all right?

I've got this.

(phone ringing)

- Hello?

- You're going to Summerland.

- What?

Taylor, I could barely hear you.

- Summerland.

I just heard, you're going.

Why are you going?

- The bands?

- Is that a question?

You hate music.

- [Bray] No I don't.

- It's that guy, isn't it?

- No, I just really wanna go.

- [Taylor] It's not gonna work out.

- [Bray] Yes it is, we have a connection.

- What?

He's into girls.

- No, he's gay, trust me.

He wears a promise ring.

- (scoffs) You weren't kidding.

- Yeah like what kind of 18 year old jock

hasn't slept with a dozen cheerleaders?

- [Taylor] So what girl are you using?

- [Bray] Oliver's girlfriend.

- [Taylor] You fucking idiot.

- All right, fine, we'll do it.

But full tank when we return it

and you guys are also cleaning it.

Oh, and we're driving up to
Fossil Falls and camping.


- What did you say to her?

- You owe me.

(R&B music)

We're gonna get so fucked!

- Hey, stop!

- Look, we were always
gonna stop along the way.

We weren't just gonna drive
straight there, were we?

- The festival starts on Thursday.

We're going literally
the opposite direction.

- Yeah, all right, you fucking fun sponge.

So we'll leave early in the morning.

Is that okay with you?

She just really wants to see this place.

Means a lot to her.

We wouldn't even be doing this road trip

if it weren't for her.

I'm just saying.

- All right, only for one night though.

What's with the cassette?

- Uh, Audio books.

I think her dad gave
them to her or something.

Still talking to your man?

- Yeah.

(chill music)

(toilet flushing)


♪ Nobody want to break the rules no more ♪

♪ Everybody cares like
everybody watching ♪

- Who are you most excited for?

- For what?

- The festival.

- Oh, um.

I'm not really sure.

Just, you know, the experience.

- Got it, yeah.

- Where's this guy?

- Oliver said that you're
meeting a guy there.

- Yup.

- That's so cool.

So you two met online, right?

- Yeah, on a dating website.

- Nice.

You guys have like, never met before?

- No.

I mean we will though.

Just not yet.

- Oh my god I'm so excited to meet him.

Are you nervous?

- Yeah you could say that.

(phone ringing)

- Yo, where are you?

- (laughing) Oliver my boy, how are you?

- I'm on the 90, that road you told me

to pull onto.

- Yeah I know.

We're right behind you.

Yeah, you're in the RV.

- Wait, how did you find us?

Where do you wanna stop and meet?

- Ah, we don't do that anymore.

- What, meet?

- Nah, we don't stop.

You don't get my emails?

- Dude, what does that mean?

- Hah, can't get caught
if you're going fast.

International waters.

Nothing's illegal at 90
miles an hour! (laughing)

Hey pull up around here.

Looks like we got a break ahead.

- [Stacey] What's going on?

- Oliver, who is that?

- Nothing, I'm just hooking us up.

- Hey Oliver, what's up?

- What are you doing?!

- Just driving fast. (laughing)

Got you a little bit of everything.

Plus a little extra,

'cause I know you're leaving and all.


I'm gonna miss ya.

- Yeah.

(car honking)

- So you guys going to like
a festival or something?

- Hey dude!

- All right, throw the money.

- Wait, what?

- Throw me the money!

Throw me the money!

Throw me the money!

- Come on!

- Throw it, throw me the money.

Throw, throw, throw, throw!

Yeah, yeah, yeah!


- Sorry!

- Ugh, Oliver you fucker!

- You fucker!

- Shit!

- I don't even know what half these are.

- [Oliver] Try one, see what happens.

- What are these?

- Are these poppers?

- You're welcome.

- What are poppers?

- They're like an aphrodisiac.

- What is this?

- Uh.

- Oh, I actually don't know.

Christian always throws
in extra shit for me.

He said don't take that
unless you have at least

a solid 12 hours to burn.

Or was it 24?

(chill hip hop music)

- It's this right here.

It's been like four years

since I was here last with my family.

We used to come up every spring.

- Why don't we just stay in the RV?

- I mean you can.

Nice catch, idiot.

- Fuck RVs.

Rick always bring that
massive house into the woods.

Defeats the entire purpose.

- So salmon can only swim upstream.

Whoa, they can swim up that waterfall.

- Ollie, no, what the hell
is that book telling you?

They can't swim from
up that, it's massive.

You can cliff jump over there though.

My cousin used to give me so
much shit for not jumping.

- Oh yeah?

You're doing it with me
this time though, right?

Damn, I haven't even
seen a waterfall before.

We could swim with the salmon!

- Don't they have waterfalls in England?

- No, not really.

- Isn't it an island though?

- I mean technically,
everything's an island.

- Oliver, no.

- Are you still thinking of going back

to visit this summer?

- Uh, Yeah.

Yeah, I think so.

- Man, I'd love to come with you.

I've never seen Europe before.

- Europe's cool.

I have an idea.

Well I was gonna save
them for the festival but

I think we should do them right now.

- I don't know dude,
those are pretty crazy.

- [Oliver] Nah, it's just like weed.

- It doesn't look like weed.

- Well I'll roll them in a joint

and it'll look just like weed.

- You know that doesn't work, right?

- Right, why don't we save
them for the festival?

- I guess we're doing them then.

- All right, fuck it.

- Mmm.

(light guitar music)

(Oliver hooting)

- Oliver?


Bray, I can't find Ollie.

(phone ringing)

- [Oliver] Hello?

- [Stacey] Ugh, Oliver, where are you?

- [Oliver] Oh, fuck it,
just leave a message.

- God dammit.

- You gotta admit this is pretty funny.

- No it's not.

He's always pulling this shit.

- I am the Salmon King!

(water crashing)

I'm coming up the
waterfall to be with you!

Wait for me, salmon brothers!

Wait for me!

- Let's go up.

I can't do it.

It's higher than I remember.

- No, you're just taller.

You'll be fine.

The falling's the easy part.

All you have to do is jump.

- No, I don't wanna get
hurt before the festival.

I'm going down.



Fuck you, Oliver!

- Now tell me that wasn't fun!

- What are you doing?

- What does it look like?



- All right, fuck it.



(mystic music)

- Thanks for opening up my new world bray.

Come to me.

(Oliver snoring)

- Dude, what the fuck?

We should get going.

It's almost 10 already.

- (sighing) I always forget
how much those do you.

Fucking great.

Oh fuck.

- Isn't that Stacey's phone?

- Yeah, I thought it was mine.

- What are you doing?


I won't say anything.

- Hey, have you seen my phone?

I can't find it anywhere.

I know I had it when I came back though.

- Yeah.

You left it by the water.

- Weird.

- We should get going.

- Shotgun, not doing the tent.

(light guitar music)

♪ Sex on the beach or a bed of nails ♪

♪ Love is love, it never fails with you ♪

♪ Always you ♪

- Fuck.

I missed a call from Rick.

- Well I wouldn't freak out about it.

He's probably just checking in.

- No, I feel like he knows.

- [Oliver] How would he know?

He's out of the country.

- You're being paranoid, you're fine.

- Hey, I know what will
get your mind off of it.

It's just like a car.

Just a little bit bigger.

- I'm gonna crash this thing.

- No, all you have to worry
about is your turn radius.

If you turn too sharp,
you'll hit something.

- I don't know.

Maybe you guys should just keep driving.

- You have to learn sometime.

Come on.

Put it in drive.

Whoa whoa whoa, foot on the brake!

Okay, Okay, see?

Easy, you have this.

- Not today.

- The idea of picking up
a hitchhiker is so scary.

- It is.

You should never pick up a hitchhiker.

I did once and I ended up
doing crack by accident.

- How do you do crack by accident?

- Well nobody ever does crack on purpose.

- Yo, Bray, what's up?

- Hey.
- Bray, right?

- Yeah, how's it going?

- [Man] Oh, is that her?

- No it's not her, it's her friend.

It's good, we're just still driving

crammed in the back here.

- That looks awful.

- Where's Victoria, still driving?

- Yeah, she hasn't crashed yet.

- Let me see her.

- Yeah, okay.

Yo, say hi.

- What?

- Yo, what's up!?

- [Man] Yo, she's hot!

- Dude, she's driving!

- Okay, okay.

See what I mean?

Safety hazard behind that wheel.

- Cool, well, just tell Vic to text me

when she's not driving, okay?

- Yeah, for sure.

- Sweet.

Hey, I'm stoked to meet you too, man.

Summerland's gonna be sick!

- See you soon, Shawn.

- [Oliver] Holy shit, it
just keeps going and going.

- What did you expect, it's a huge bus.

- Are you sure you're gonna be all right

paying all of this?

- I don't care, it's Rick's money.

For someone who loves Ram Dass so much

he should be happy I'm getting rid of it.

- [Oliver] God, you're beautiful.


Is this my jumper, did you steal this?

- She still doesn't know.

- She can't know.

- Well that's the plan.

- Well, Bray, if that's the plan,

you have both of them going
to the same music festival.

- Yeah and I'm working
on a way to tell Shawn

that Victoria died on the way there.

- Yeah, that'll work perfectly.

- Look, I'll break off on my own

and I'll find him before she does.

- Bray, you're in so deep.

So deep, deep, deep down in your own

dark moist hole.

I mean listen!

You, pretending to be Stacey.

Stacey going to the festival.

Shawn looking for Stacey at the festival.

- I get it, Taylor.

- I don't know if you do.

I mean how are you not a ball

of complete anxiety right now?

I mean what even is it about this guy?

- He's special.

Even if he's not gay, we
really have something.

I'm Victoria, not Stacey.

- Are you fucking listening to yourself?

- I know.

I have a plan.

- You sure you don't want one?

- I can't.

- So you've never had meat?

- I wasn't allowed it growing up

so don't really miss it.

- Can't miss something you've never tried.

- I'm gonna go see if they have salad.

- This ain't bad.

- I couldn't live without meat.

Don't say anything.


(gentle music)

♪ You got me ♪

- I lost my virginity in this city.

- I know dude, I was with you.

- You never told me this.

- No, of course not.

Who tells their girlfriend
their virginity story?

Have you told him yours?

- He was my first.

- Really?


- So, Seattle?

- There was a science fair

and a bunch of different schools
stayed at the same hotel so

you know naturally there
are a couple of parties.

I got super drunk and met this girl and

that's about it.

- Great.

- I mean this was years ago!

Should we go up?

- I'm a little tired.

I think I'm gonna go back to the RV.

(people chattering)

- You were Stacey's first?

- What does that have to do with anything?

- [Bray] That just surprises me.

- Why?

- It's kind of a big deal.

- [Oliver] Who is that?

- (chuckling) Oh they would have loved it.

You would have had a fun time too.

- Oh hey guys.

- Hello, boys.

We're throwing a little party tonight.

Please come by.

- Sure.

- Anyways, I must be going.

I have an appointment.

Bye now.

- Bye, Khephra.

Isn't he amazing?

- [Oliver] Who was that?

- That was Khephra, new friend.

- I'm not going to some
weird Grindr party.

I'm not doing it.

Fuck, man, it's always whatever she wants.

- Why are we getting her the beer?

- Because I pissed her off.

I have to make it up to her somehow.

- She's pissed?

She didn't say anything.

- Open the fucking register right now!

I will fucking use this, little girl.

Empty the fucking, you just work here.

It's not your money.

It's my money now, give it to me!

Don't make me use this!

What are you waiting for, come on!

I have people I'm responsible for!

♪ You were way too cool
for me to let that slide ♪

- [Kephra] You're not on Grindr?

- [Bray] No.

I tried it but it was not for me.

- Mmm.

I believe it is the
best way to meet people.

How else are you going
to be able to connect

with other boys?

I met half the people here on Grindr.

- Called it.

Okay, well.

- Yeah I just thought the
party could use some beers.

- [Stacey] That was so thoughtful of you.

What's the wood for?

- It's a useful tool.

- I will be right back.

- [Stacey] Okay.

- Hey man.

- And you?

- Me what?

- How do you connect?

- I don't know, I believe
in just meeting people

in real life,

finding something real.

- (chuckling) Bray.

Welcome to the 21st century.

There are much faster ways.

And believe me, I've had my fair share of

real experiences.

- No, see, I don't just
want some experience.

I want a real connection.

- Bray, look into my eyes.


There is connection in experience, Bray.

You just have to let loose.

Trust yourself, Bray.

You'll find your connection.

Just don't try so hard.

- What are you doing to me?

- You're a gay man, Bray.

So gay.

Gay, Bray.

Gay Bray, gay Bray.



So gay.

- Yeah.

Gay Bray.

- You're finally free, Bray.

- Oh, no.

(Stacey moaning)

Oh god I'm going to spunk.

You guys just left me.

- Oh, hey Bray.
- What's wrong?

Thought you were gonna fuck that dude.

- No, I'm a bottom.

And it turned out he's a
magical gay wizard or something.

- Oh wow.
- Sounds cool.

- What, no!

I mean yeah it's kinda cool but

I don't wanna lose my
virginity to a wizard.

- Wait, you're a virgin?

- Yeah, so?

Look, I don't wanna have sex with a guy

who only cares about my body.

Why does it seem like every guy

just wants sex?

You know, nobody wants to just talk

or take me out, get to know me.

It's like nobody wants a
meaningful relationship.


- [Stacey] I don't understand,
how would they reach?

- [Oliver] Well they have such long necks.

- Yeah but they just
like swing them around.

- No, no, no, they open
their legs super wide

and then they lower their
heads all the way down

to the ground.

Bray, you know this.

There's more gay giraffes
than there are straight ones.

- Like they don't even care
about repopulating the species,

and still have sex with their bros?

- Oliver, you know you have to let me.

- That's amazing.
- Write this one down.

- Whoa, okay.

Bed time?

- Yeah.

- Come on.

Move that leg, that would help me.

Bray, maybe some help?

Let's do bedtime.

How does bedtime sound?


- I'm fine.

- If you're drunk in this bed,

I'm gonna kick your ass.

Go to bed, babe, you're drunk.

The ingredients of a one gram tube

of Oscillococcinum are listed as

- I want my audiobooks.

- Stacey, you're drunk.

- I wanna learn stuff.

- Just fucking give them to her.

- Okay.

I'm going to bed.

- So is everything all
right with your guy?

- Yeah, why?

- Just wondering.

I'll see you tomorrow then.

- Good night.

- Good night, Bray.

(mower revving)

(RV whirring and creaking)

(mower shuts off)

♪ Now's the time to raise your glass ♪

♪ It's the celebration ♪

♪ It's time to take all of ♪

(chill hip hop music)

- Bray, what time is it?

- Yo, it's still early.

- Where are we?

- Just getting into Oregon.

♪ To the roots ♪

♪ He the reason why I go
so hard up in this booth ♪

♪ My father was my blood ♪

- [Oliver] Yo, Portland,
this should be cool.

(dance music)

♪ Come on ♪

(car honking)

- [Oliver] What the fuck was that?

- [Stacey] I don't know, I kind a like it.

- Never take me back there.

(light music)

You know nothing is actually on fire.

It's fire on the thing.

- Oh, San Francisco.

We've gotta stop here.

- Babe.

Babe, you need to pull out onto this exit.

Get into the right hand lane.

(tires screeching)
(horns honking)

Whoah, whoah!

- Sorry, sorry, shut up, shut up.


♪ Get out of ♪

♪ I wanna follow you down ♪

- Dude, it is so gay here.

- Yeah, since when did San Francisco

become the gay capital of America?

- Since the military
discharged all the gays

from Vietnam here.

- [Oliver] Discharged?

- This was the closest port.

So if they found out you were gay,

they just leave you here and

nobody wanted to go back to their families

so they stayed in San Francisco.

- It's like one big gay army party.

- This looks just like pride in Spokane

but it's just like everyday.

- Yeah, my dad would never let me go.

- Really?

- Yeah, when you grow up your whole life

in a small town thinking
you're the only one,

suddenly there's a parade of us.

- (laughing) Gayborhood.

(light piano music)

60 pillars.

One for each state.


- [Bray] Should we get going?

- Why?

Why are you in such a rush?

- [Bray] Well, sun's going down soon and

I wanna be there for early check-in.

- Why are you always in such a hurry?

Just enjoy this insane view.

- Bray's right, babe,

it's gonna fill up soon.

Everyone's going there today.

- Dude, all we need is a parking spot.

It's not like we're setting
up some massive camp.

There'll be enough room.

- Yeah, well you wanna get
there at like four a.m.

I'd rather not sleep in on the first day.

- Why is this such an issue?

We have an RV, just sleep on the way.

Can we just enjoy this
trip for one minute?

Fucking hell.

- Hey, you sure you're okay to drive?

- Yeah, of course.

It's only seven or eight hours.

You two should go sleep.

Especially him, he needs his beauty rest.

- You're right.

- I'm fine.

- I know.

I love you.

- I know.

- A few more hours but we're almost there.


- We should go back sometime.

I really like it there.

- Yeah, you seem to know a lot about it.

- Yeah, to be honest I was
kind of obsessed with it

for a while.

After I stopped caring
what my parents thought.

- Do they not support you?

- No, not at all.

My mom knew, 'cause moms
just know everything.

- Yeah.

- My dad did not take it well at all.

- No?

- No, he sent me to a gay conversion camp.

- My god, I always wondered
what those were like.

- I don't know whose idea it was

to send a bunch of sexually confused boys

to camp together,

but I had a great time.

- [Stacey] Oh my god. (laughing)

- I met my first boyfriend there, Tracy.

- My god, what happened with that?

- He broke up with me after we got out.

- Do you think that camp had
anything to do with that?

- I don't know.

I mean he has a girlfriend now so,

- I'm sorry.

- It wouldn't have worked out anyway.

Long distance does not work.

- Yeah I don't see how two
people can make it work

if they live in different cities.

It just seems too difficult.

- Yeah.

Are you guys gonna try and stick it out?

- Oh yeah, like Oliver can
be a shithead sometimes, but,

- Sometimes?


- But he means well.

He helped me a lot when
my mom married Rick.

- Now, you really hate that guy.

- Yeah.

My mom used to be so happy
when my dad was around but

I don't know she just seems so fake now.

- What happened to your dad?

- He passed away when I was 12.

- I'm sorry.

- I just need to get out
of that house, you know?

- Yeah.

♪ I love you baby ♪

♪ I hope you love me too ♪

- [Shawn] I do struggle
really opening up about it.

It's all I've ever known.

I've never really experienced anything

outside of Christianity.

- [Stacey] I hope I'm not offending you

with all these questions.

- [Shawn] Not at all.

- [Stacey And Bray] Do
you ever think about

trying something new?

- [Shawn] Part of me wants to.

I often feel like I have a mask on

pretending to be the person
people expect me to be.

- [Bray] Tell me about it.

- [Shawn] This is crazy.

I don't have anyone in my life

I can be this open with.

I've never met someone that I've been

this interested in.

And we haven't even met yet.

- [Bray] You will be meeting me soon.

(hip hop music)

♪ Got a couple bad hoes ♪

♪ And a couple bad bitches ♪

♪ A couple of hoes ♪

♪ A couple of bitches ♪

♪ I'm fucking these hoes ♪

♪ And don't forget I'm
fucking these bitches ♪

♪ I ride them all over ♪

(rapper mumbling)

♪ Bad ass bitches yeah she down ♪

♪ But she scared oh ♪

♪ Riding with my niggas for the top ♪

♪ Got these bitches in new bras ♪

♪ And I'm pimping so damn hot ♪

♪ Oh lord how a nigga do that ♪

♪ How he's spit so cool ♪

♪ Yeah it's kinda cool right ♪

♪ Hey ice, no no risk ♪

♪ No no swish ♪

♪ Yeah I just know you a bitch ♪

♪ Now she want a prick ♪

♪ Now ice, no no risk ♪

♪ No no bitch ♪

(phone buzzing)

- Oh, what the fuck?

- Oh fuck.

- I missed 12 calls from my parents!

(phone ringing)

- Hello?
- Oliver, where are--

- [Oliver] Oh, fuck it,
just leave a message.

(phone beeping)

- Fuck you, Oliver!

- Vegas.

That motherfucker.

- [Oliver] Hello?

- [Stacey] Hello?

- [Oliver] Oh, fuck it,
just leave a message.

(phone beeping)

- Fucking asshole, pick
up the goddamn phone!

- This isn't like him.

Something must've happened.

- This is exactly like him.

- I don't know, this is a bit much.

- Where's my credit card?

- [Bray] He spent 1200 dollars.

- Son of a bitch.

(hip hop music)

♪ Turning up blunt ♪

♪ Me I'm out blessing the crowd ♪

♪ Look at them bounce, yeah ♪

♪ Understand living the south ♪

♪ Taking me down with the mouth ♪

♪ Kicking and tugging
while kicking them out ♪

♪ Yeah yeah ♪

- What the fuck?!

- You guys.

You made it!

- Jesus Christ.

♪ 25, we're gonna blush a midget ♪

- I'm starving.

I think there's a really good food place

down by the,

- This is so goddamn typical.

- What, you're not hungry?

- Everything is always
about you, isn't it?

- You guys didn't wake up.

I tried to wake you up
but you were passed out.

- My mom is freaking out right now.

Bray is supposed to meet this guy.

We fall asleep for a few fucking hours

and you're gone.

You steal my credit card.

What the fuck is wrong with you?!

- Okay, sorry.

This is only a minor hiccup.

The festival starts today.

None of the good bands
start till tonight anyway

and Count Jermaine and
the Carpet Cleaners,

we're not gonna miss them.

It's like three hours
from the festival grounds.

- You seriously think
my mom's gonna let me

move in with you after this?

- What?

Dude, you still haven't told her?

- What?

- His visa expired.

He has to move home in like two weeks.

- What?

- I was gonna tell you.

- What?

- I mean it was gonna happen eventually.

After I dropped out, they
wouldn't let me renew it.

I tried but they were more
difficult than I'd expect.

- Fuck you.

- Stacey.


I was gonna tell her.

Why would you do that?

You can't just drop shit on her like that.

You've kept your mouth
shut this entire time.

And now you choose to
just tell her everything?

I didn't fucking rat you out.

Pretending to be Stacey?

Oh I'm sorry, Victoria?

This was never gonna fucking work.

What did she think was gonna happen?

What, we're gonna get
married and fucking have kids

and live happily ever after?

I'm on a visa!

Why would she wanna live with me anyway?

She lives in a big fuck off mansion.

Know what, I actually don't give a fuck.

She can just go and live with her stepdad.

This is so unfair.

I'm the one keeping this
entire trip together

and I'm the one who's getting
kicked out. This country.

This country is bullshit!

(cars honking in distance)

(somber music)

I don't wanna go.

I don't wanna leave.

I wanna live with her.


(train horn blaring)

Dude, I swear I parked it here.

I mean I don't remember.

You guys were here last.

Hey babe hey, it's Oliver.

I can't see the RV, did you find it?

- Dude, she ditched us.

- Call me back.

I'm sorry.

- What are we gonna do?

- It's fine, it's fine.

We're not gonna be stuck here forever.

- What if Shawn finds her?

- Yeah, that's bad.

- Do you know anyone in Vegas?

- Bray, I'm from England.

- [Oliver] I can't see
the RV, did you find it?

Call me back.

I'm sorry.

(R&B music)

♪ Maybe I don't know myself ♪

♪ Maybe I don't know myself ♪

♪ Maybe I don't ♪

♪ Maybe I don't know myself ♪

♪ Anymore myself ♪

(blower humming)

- What a mess.

You probably should have told her.

- You're the one that told me not to.

- Yeah, but in this situation

it would probably help if she knew

what she was getting into.

And you shouldn't have been in any

of their business, man.

- Oliver's the one
straight up lying to her.

- You're lying to her.

- That's different.

- Is it?

- What?

- Is it any different?

- Yes, Oliver told her
they'd move in together.

- What?

- Move in together.

- You wanna move in together?

- What?

- I mean, sure, I guess.

I haven't thought about it

but I can start packing.

I can pack my stuff right now.

(psychedelic music)

- Where you going?

- To Summerland.

- Oliver?

- Fuck off.

- Haha, my man!

- [Oliver] Dude, what are you doing?

- You know, we never really
got a chance to catch up

so I figured.

- You two know each other?

The earth is so convenient.

- This is Oliver, man.

You guys still going to that festival?

- Yeah, Summerland.

We got stranded.

- Oh man, we'll take you.

Dude, they just said
they're going to Summerland.

Everyone's going to Summerland.

- Oh, no, man.

I told you, man.

I don't go public, I'm not doing--

- [Christian] These are the
guys I was telling you about.

- They threw your money?

- Yeah it was.

It's money under the bridge.

- You guys really have to go, don't you?

All right, fuck it, get in.

Let's do this.

- Yes!

- Yes!

- [Christian] Road trip!

(door shutting)

Here we go!


(chill electronic music)

- Going to Summerland, woo!

- Yeah, Summerland!

You ever done crack?

- Woo!

- She's at the festival.

- [Christian] Oh who's that, Stacey?

- Yeah.

Well, I mean.

It's complicated now.

She knows I have to go back.

- I left a girl once.

For the road.

You should join us.

On the road.

Can't get deported if you're moving.

- Oliver, are you from under the Earth?

- No, I'm from London.

- Okay, and you're going to
the festival to reconcile.

Bray, what about you?

- I'm supposed to meet a guy.

- Mm, I see you.

You both are going for
the love, that's cool.

I like that.

- Oliver, it's super easy to
get over a girl, all right?

All you gotta do is say, whip it!

(can hissing)

- I love that you don't do drugs, Oliver.

We need more people like that.

It's bad for your body.

(can hissing)

- [Bray] Do you want us to help pitch?

I've got some money.

- No, Bray, don't even
worry about it, bro.

I got this.

- You know, I really love this van.

I could actually see
myself in one someday.

- Bray, you was just in one.

You know Bray, I'm a little
whipped up right now.

But you seem nervous, I'm
sensing something from you.

- I just don't think
I'm what he's expecting.

- Oh, the guy.

Just be yourself, Bray.

Love is love.

Man, you know, I was gay once.

And I was seeing this guy.

And I was acting and pretending to be

what I thought he wanted me to be.

But uh, it turns out,

he just wanted the real me,

the person he met initially.

And then things ended quickly.

And now, whenever I see
anyone relationshiply,

I just be myself.

I be me, Bray.

Because people want to be
with you, the real you,

you know?

- Yeah.

- Yeah.

Bray you just gotta live
the best life you can be.

If you can't love yourself,

how can you love somebody else?

(lightly upbeat music)

♪ Fly ♪

♪ In a pool to the stars ♪

♪ On a lightning storm ♪

♪ All your feelings are following ♪

♪ There's a bright sky ♪

♪ If you can support it ♪

(tires screeching)

- Summerland, baby.

Get out of my van.

- Stacey has the tickets, doesn't she?

- Yup.

- Perfect.

So, we jump the fence, we find Stacey

before Shawn does.

And you know what, you can
just do whatever you want.

- [Bray] Sounds good.

- [Oliver] So I have to ask,
why a Christian dating website?

- [Bray] I don't know man,
it started as a joke at first

and then Shawn messaged me.

- Right.

- He's different, you know?

He likes me for who I am.

- Except the part where he thinks

you have a vagina.

I guess this is as good as it's gonna get.

All right.

Okay, so she was at the main
stage about an hour ago.

- [Bray] This place is weird.

- Oh wait!

She's at the,

what does that say?


What the fuck's a boogaloo?

- Hey.

- Hi.

- Wow, you're even more
beautiful in person.

(somber music)

- Very forward.

- I was getting nervous that
you weren't gonna make it.

- What?

- [Bray] Oliver!

- Fuck off.

- We could fix this.

- Fix it?

There's nothing left to fix.

You fucked this whole thing up.

- What?

- She wouldn't have run away

if you hadn't fucking told her!

- That is not fair.

You weren't even gonna tell her.

You gotta stop just
ignoring all your problems.

- Righteous advice, coming
from you, don't you think?

You're a piece of shit, Bray.

- Bray.

It's Bray, right?

- Uh, yeah.

- Shawn from Denver.

- Yeah, from the phone.

- Yeah.

I have had the strangest day.

- Yeah?

- Yeah.

Did she ever like, mention me, Victoria?

- Yeah, she said she
really wanted to meet you.

- Really?

That's weird because she acted like

she didn't even know who I was.

- I know what you mean.

Some people just seem different over text.

- Yeah I guess so, but it's like

we talked for so long.

- Yeah, I know.

- Before, there was something

so real about her.

Like I was talking with somebody

who really understood who I was.

And I've never really had that before.

- Sometimes you just gotta
be real with yourself

before you can be real with other people.

But you can't project that
onto others, you know.

You just gotta know who
and what you are deep down.

- It's weird, I feel I can't be myself

around anybody back home.

Like I really don't like any
of the girls in my hometown.

- Really?

- Yeah.

I guess I'm doomed. (chuckling)

- Shawn.

I need to tell you something.

- Oh, it's Victoria.

- [Oliver] Fucking hell.

- God, I'm an idiot!

- I'm sorry, I didn't mean to.

- [Christian] You're an asshole.

- I can explain.

- What were you expecting?

- I thought it wouldn't
matter if I was a guy.


- Be real with yourself

before you're real with other people.

What kind of advice is
that to give someone?

- Damn, Bray.

You got knocked the fuck out.

I'm guessing Shawn took it well.

- [Bray] Yup.

- Did you tell him that?

- [Bray] Yup.

- Oh, yikes.

You know what, this guy
actually seems pretty cool.

Maybe you did have something.

I mean it doesn't change
the fact that you lied.

- I was trying to be myself.

- You know, you can be
a real moppet sometimes.

- Yeah, I guess I thought
that wouldn't matter.

- It might matter to some
people though, you know?

I'm sorry.

You'll find someone.

You could come to England.

There are plenty of you
motherfuckers out there

prancing about.

- Yeah, maybe.

- Well what do you wanna do?

We could stick around and
catch some more of the bands.

- No, I think I'm ready to go home.

- What?

Why, we just got here.

I don't even know how
we're gonna get home.

- What are you gonna do about Stacey?

- It's pretty clear I'm
not the best for her.

(ducks quacking)

You know male ducks don't quack?

Pretty gnarly.

- [Announcer] Finally
returning to the stage,

motherfucking Count Jermaine

and the Carpet Cleaners!

- This song goes out to
my boys Oliver and Bray.

I love you and I hope you find the love

that you've been searching for.

Put your fucking hands up,

Summerland, I wanna be hear it!

(light music)

♪ I don't wanna be alone right now ♪

♪ God I wish it was a little bit later ♪

♪ I think I'd rather be asleep right now ♪

♪ Dream about some mistake I made ♪

♪ Tell me why I'm living so fast ♪

♪ Wish I was just a little bit younger ♪

♪ Then I wouldn't be afraid like this ♪

♪ Push it in just a little bit further ♪

♪ You were right this never gets old ♪

♪ Waking up in another direction ♪

♪ If circumstance is all we get ♪

♪ Let's come back the way we came ♪

♪ I know it's a chemical thing ♪

♪ That's why I spend each day ♪

♪ Just trying to keep
my head on straight ♪

♪ Think I'll try just
a little bit harder ♪

♪ Some people they waste their time ♪

♪ While others just play to stay ♪

♪ I don't wanna either of those things ♪

♪ I just wanna make it stop ♪

♪ And when I do I'll hold it in ♪

♪ Everything I wanted to say ♪

♪ So when my eyes roll right back ♪

♪ Won't remember anything ♪

♪ Well tell me why it never made sense ♪

♪ Guess I'll figure
out sooner then later ♪

♪ That love's just another kind of bliss ♪

♪ Someday you'll come to miss ♪

♪ Take a ride in the getaway car ♪

♪ Some call another chance ♪

♪ But they never wake up from it ♪

♪ Take it just a little bit further ♪

(cereal clinking)

(light R&B music)

♪ Sometimes I wish I had
white male confidence ♪

♪ You know what I walk into the street ♪

♪ Without no commons sense ♪

♪ Be it rhythm to the sound
of all the compliments ♪

♪ But sadly if it don't make
sense it don't make sense ♪

♪ I was in the mode like a sicko ♪

♪ Stated had a flower on
the step where the bit go ♪

♪ If love is like a
drug I need a bit more ♪

♪ Take it until I'm numb
and when it's gone ♪

♪ Where did it go ♪

♪ I never had a diary ♪

(plane whooshing)

- [Pilot] Cabin crew, prepare for landing.

(passengers chattering)

- Yo!

Yo Bray!

- Oh my god.
- Yeah, you made it!

- Good to see you, what is this?

- I made you a sign.

- Oh, fuck off.

- What, you don't like it?

- I love it, I love it.

- Welcome to sunny fucking England.

Okay, so I have lined
up so much ass for you.

Not female ass, male ass.

Ass, no dick, just ass.

Just ass with no dick.

This guy called Cloud.

And he has a brother as
well who's actually gay

and they said they were kind of down

to do shit together.

(light music)

So how's the move going?

- It's going good, man.

You remember Taylor?

He's moving in next week.

- Taylor?

- Yeah.

- Clean freak Taylor?

- Yeah, what?

- Good luck with that.

- No, it'll be nice to
have some time off school.

Do you still talk to Stacey?

- No, she moved on.

It's good, she's happy.

- You know Shawn added me.

He's totally gay.

- Bray, he punched you in the face.

- Yeah, 'cause he's gay.

- Oh, dude, leave it.

Leave it.

(siren blaring)

Oh great.

♪ We gonna, we gonna ♪

♪ We gonna rock ♪

(hip hop music)

♪ We gonna rock the place ♪

- Yeah we got a code 38

for Oliver fucknuts.

- [Bray] We're crashing.

- What, we're crashing? (laughing)


You didn't think I had
that in me, did you?

100 percent gay.

- Oh, right, okay.

So he just didn't like you at first

but now he's gonna like you
for some reason afterwards?

- That's how gay works.

- Trying to find some
new young Brit like me

to pick on.

♪ We're gonna rock the place like ♪

- San Fran.

City of Angels.

You know San Fran was the first city

to have rain.

You know San Fran was the
original capital of Mexico?

- Pick up your goddamn phone!

Um, hello, pick up your
fucking phone, where are ya?


- [Shawn] How's that?

- Yeah that's good.

For opening up my world, Bray.

- And go.


- Finally free.

Come here, Bray.

Sit on Daddy's lap.

- [Man] Oh god.

(men laughing)

- [Man] Are you gonna
show your butt on camera?

- Yeah.

- How you gonna love somebody else

if you don't love yourself?

It's pretty fucking good advice, right?


- Right now!

I need some cash fast!

I'm so hopped up on PCP,
I could give a fuck!

♪ Walking down the 101 ♪

- We're fucked!

You know these ducks are fake.

You know, fish give the best blowjobs.

- What?!


I mean Bill and I have only been together

from the location to be honest.

Bray, Bray!


- Christian!

Hurry it up!

- Slate it!

- Haha haha!

Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Throw it!

Throw, yeah, yeah!

We got it!

- [Christian] Fuck you
(speaks in foreign language)

(R&B music)

♪ I think I wanna empty my pocket ♪

♪ I think my momma knows I'm
never getting my doctorate ♪

♪ I think I wanna blink until my eyes ♪

♪ dry out of my sockets ♪

♪ I think I wanna sock all
of my homies in mosh pits ♪

♪ I think I wanna rent an apartment ♪

♪ And screw a mattress I'ma
go and lay in a coffin ♪

♪ And drink til I'm nauseous ♪

♪ And be so obnoxious ♪

♪ I'll probably live alone because ♪

♪ I don't have any options ♪

♪ Yeah ♪

♪ I feel your brain I see your brain ♪

♪ I know the way you work ♪

♪ I feel your brain I know you ♪

♪ So you could think about
the when you die homie ♪

♪ Boy what's normal to you ♪

♪ Cause that sure ain't normal to me ♪

♪ And if I fall would
you know what to do ♪

♪ And if I'm caught up caught up ♪

♪ Would you stay ♪

♪ Boy what's normal to you ♪

♪ Cause that sure ain't normal to me ♪

♪ And if I fall would
you know what to do ♪

♪ And if I'm caught up caught up ♪

♪ Would you stay ♪

♪ I'm so important ♪

♪ I'm fucking gorgeous ♪

♪ Prioritize myself because
cause hell I know I'm awesome ♪

♪ My unpredictability
should have you cautious ♪

♪ I'm also not American
so don't deport me ♪

♪ I think that I'm a
threat to my development ♪

♪ I think my life is
better when I'm celibate ♪

♪ Immediate attention and the best ♪

♪ And I surround myself with stress that ♪

♪ I just gotta keep the pressure down ♪

♪ Yeah ♪

♪ I feel your brain I see your brain ♪

♪ I know the way you work ♪

♪ I feel your brain I know you ♪

♪ So you could think about
the when you die homie ♪

♪ Boy what's normal to you ♪

♪ Cause that sure ain't normal to me ♪

♪ And if I fall would
you know what to do ♪

♪ And if I'm caught up caught up ♪

♪ Would you stay ♪

♪ Boy what's normal to you ♪

♪ Cause that sure ain't normal to me ♪

♪ And if I fall would
you know what to do ♪

♪ And if I'm caught up caught up ♪

♪ Would you stay ♪

♪ Huh I think ♪

♪ I think my brain is kinda ♪

♪ Fucked ♪


- You know they built the city

and then they built the river.

They had to move like a ton of people.

It was pretty bad.

- Dude, this place is sweet.

I don't know why you'd
ever go to the States.

- Yeah the States sucks.

I don't know, I do kind of miss it though.

- Yeah?

And what have you been doing here?

- Working at a nursing home.

- Really, why?

- I fucked a traffic cone.

So it was either that
or six months of rehab.

- Wait, so are you even allowed to go?

- To the festival?

Yeah dude, I don't care.

This is gonna be the best festival

in the whole of Europe.

We're gonna get so fucked.