The Invisible Man (2020) - full transcript

When Cecilia's abusive ex takes his own life and leaves her his fortune, she suspects his death was a hoax. As a series of coincidences turn lethal, Cecilia works to prove that she is being hunted by someone nobody can see.


Come on.

Zeus, I'm sorry.

I can't take you with me.

I'm sorry.

Shit. I'm not gonna leave you
with that thing on.


Come here.

It's okay. Good boy.

There you go.

Come here.


Emily, where are you?


Cecilia, what is going on?

Are you okay?

I'll explain later.

Just go, Emily.


Open the fucking door, Cecilia!

What is happening?

Open the door!

- No. -
- Open this door!

Open the door!

- Open the fucking door!
- I'm going, I'm going.

Cecilia, get back here!


Get back here now!

You can't do this!
Get back here!


How long have you been up?

A few hours.

Can't sleep.

Now, you know,
if you close your eyes

and you lie down,
that usually helps.

Um, don't think being tired

gets you out of
our little deal, now.

I swore to your sister I'd get
you to step outside my house.

Hey, Cee.

He's not out there.

I promise.

I'm sorry. I'm just...

- I'm not ready yet.
- Hey, it's okay, Cee.

That's the furthest you've gone
since you've been here, okay?

So, as far as I'm concerned,
you just walked on the moon.

I can't work
with this goddamn thing.

It's all right.

I got it.

I got it.

Do I know you?

- Do I owe you money?
- A lot.

A lot? I told y'all about
running up on me in my house.

Hey. Cee.

Tell her she can't
take you back.

We're keeping you.

What are you doing here, Emily?

Well, it's nice
to see you, too, sis.

I'm gonna go see
what Sydney's up to.

- Just...
- Mm.


This is not fair.

I asked you not to come over.

He knows where you live.
He will follow you.

Yes, well, I have some news.

There is no news
that justifies this.

Okay, I have a plan,
and I just...

I-I need you
to-to go along with it

and just not be in control
for one second.

I'm not trying
to control you, boo.

I'm desperately trying
to tell you that

you don't need
to cut me off anymore.

Because he's dead.




What did he do to you?

Can you talk to me?

It just doesn't make any sense.

He was...
he was in... he was...

in complete control of
everything, you know? Just...

Including me.

He controlled
how I looked and...

what I wore and what I ate.


then it was controlling
when I left the house and...

...what I said.

And eventually...

what I thought.

And if...

if he didn't like what
he assumed I was thinking...

...h-he... he would...

He'd what? He'd...

He would... he would hit you?

Amongst other things.

He wanted to have a baby.

And I knew that if we did that,
that I...

I would never be able
to get away from him, so...

I took birth control
without him knowing it.

But, um, that can only go on
for so long, so...

I called you.


You're here with us now.

And you're safe.

He's gone.

I'm not telling you to aim low.

I'm just saying, e-explore
more than one option, okay?

Don't limit
your choices to just

one school
in the whole country.

But that one school is my goal.

Parsons is my goal.

Yeah, I told you
to have goals... plural.

I think it's important
to have goals, James.

Uh, hey.

Look at you,
getting out into the world.

You know, by next year, you'll
make it across the street.

Uh, hey, Cee.

- Hmm?
- Something came for you.

No one knows I'm here.

So, who's it from?

Thank you both for coming in.

As the appointed attorney

representing my late brother's
discretionary trust,

I'm required to enact
his final wishes.

And he stipulated
that I do this in person.

He wanted me to read a...
a prepared statement.


"although our relationship
was far from perfect,

"I at least thought
we had built up enough trust

"that you would talk to me

"rather than running away
from what you

- perceived us to have."
- No, no. Sorry.

You're not allowed to do that.

- I'm required to read this.
- She's not required to listen.

E-mail me a copy,
and we will read it.

You bet.

I'm just trying to do my job.

Your job is
to explain the money

- you mentioned on the phone.
- I mentioned Cecilia

specifically is named
in Adrian's trust.

- That is why we're sitting here.
- Yes.

For the same reason
so many women in Adrian's life

got close to him: his money.

If there was a chance of
physically being close to him,

we would not be here
for any amount of money.

You are physically
close to him.

He's in that urn over there.

And as per his final wishes,
you're getting $5 million,

estate and income tax free.

Now, the money
will be staggered

in installments of $100,000

each month for the next
four years or so,

contingent, of course,
on the fine print.

You can't commit a crime,
et cetera.

Normally, I would have a
120-day contestability period,

but I'm gonna waive my rights
in that regard.


as soon as I have
your signature

and your banking information,

I can start
releasing the funds.

Okay, you can come in now.

- Uh-oh.
- Oh, hey.

Wait, wait. Where you at?

- Okay.
- Okay.

- Can we look now?
- Careful.

Yes, you can look.

- Ta-da!
- Oh.

Wow. Thanks, Cee.

Wow, that's nice.
L-Look at that.

A ladder?

Excuse you?

I know I didn't hear you
just say that.

- I meant to say thank you.
- What do you say? Uh-huh.

You're welcome. Well, I-I knew
you needed a new one,

and that one just...
that has to go.

That's so nice of you, Cee.
Thank you so much.

That's very sweet of you.
Thank you.

I just...
I wanted to thank you for,

you know, letting me stay here

and for taking
such good care of me, so...

And Sydney can also
use ladders.

Don't think
I'm helping you paint.

I wouldn't even bother
to ask you.

No, not for, like,
painting, obviously,

but just for a lot of things.

You climb them to get things
like-like stuff like that.

That's so strange.
God, I wish you had, like...

Oh, wait, you could totally

- use the ladder.
- A ladder to climb up...

Yeah, the ladder's cool.

- Okay.
- This happened to just pop up there by itself?

- It happened to just be here, so...
- Mm-hmm.

-'s convenient.
- Wow.

What is it?

- It has my name on it.
- That's weird.

- And it looks like your handwriting.
- I don't know...

- You sure it's weird?
- I just got a ladder, so...

- If you think it's weird.
- I don't know what...

- Yeah, yeah, yeah.
- Let's see.

A cool ladder is all.

It's a new bank account,
um, with your name on it,

and I'm gonna put
$10,000 in it every month

for the rest of the year.

I called the account "Parsons."

You're going to
fashion school, kid.

Hey, whoa, Cee, Cee, that's...
that's too much, Cee.

Come on, are you sure
you can do that?

Let me put it this way.

She can probably
go to grad school, too.

I'm going to Parsons.

She can go to Parsons.

You're going to Parsons.

Oh, my God.

Oh, wait, no.

We got to cel...
we got to celebrate.

And I don't want TV dinners,
microwave nothing, we...

Oh, it's, like,
I guess too bad

we don't have anything at all
to celebrate with.

- Hey...!
- Whoo-whoo!

I don't know why you dancing.

You can't have none,
'cause you're not 21.

- Yes, I can.
- Oh, come on.

Just, like, a little bit.

He said the other day that
I was mature for my age.

- That's right.
- He did.

- A mature child.
- I heard you say that.

- I remember.
- Hey, hold up, hold up, hold up.

This ain't fair, okay?
Two against one.

I'm just an innocent man
trying to do right.

Are you scared? Are you scared?

This a... this is abuse.
I'm a cop.

- Are you-you scared?
- You realize I'm a cop.

- I got him, I got him.
- Hey, hey, hey.

- I got him, Sydney! I got him!
- No, he's got me!

Oh! I'll protect you!


You want some breakfast?

Nah, nah, I got to go.

You know, I'm a little
hungover, believe it or not.

Ugh. Me, too.

Champagne does that to me
every time.

We're getting old, Cee.

We old.

These winter mornings
are killing me.

All right, look,
I'm out of here.

Um, I'll be back around 7:00.

- Okay.
- All right?

- Oh, uh, Cee.
- Hmm?

You mind getting Sydney up?

She's actually pretty excited,
thanks to you.

She, uh... she might need
a little help staying focused.

You got it.

Syd, come on, girl.

You're gonna be late.


Shit, shit.

- Shit.
- No, no, no, no, no.

No, don't use water. No.

Excuse me. Sorry.

- Oh.
- Wow.

You did that.


You think we can salvage it?

- No.
- No?

No. Sorry.



James! James, James!

Yeah, yeah, what?

What-what happened?
What happened? What?

I saw something right there.
They were right there.

There were footprints.
I saw it.

You-you saw...
you saw footprints?

I saw... I... Yes, I saw...
On the sheets.

I saw it right there.

- I saw them.
- On the sheet?

I saw it.

There was someone in here.
There was someone in here.

Syd, put that
stupid thing away.

Y-You're the one
who bought it for me.

Who you gonna spray? Who?

James, I saw it.

I swear.

Hey, Cee.

Adrian will haunt you
if you let him.

Don't let him.

Now, you should try
and get some sleep.

You have an important
job interview tomorrow,

and I don't want the memory
of this motherfu...


this person to ruin it.

- Okay?
- Okay, yeah.

- Sorry.
- Yeah.

After Cal Poly,
I worked in Paris

for six months.

That was the best time
of my life, for sure.

Except for this next phase,
of course.

Take a seat.

So, any reason you worked
in Paris in particular?

Is that where all the
beautiful women in the world

have to go as a rule?

Well, I speak a little...
a little French,

and I've always wanted
to live there.

So, after I graduated,

I went out there
on a totally student budget.

I slept in a broom closet,

I started this firm
in a supply closet, literally.

There you go.

- So we both know the value of closet space.
- Yeah.

Let me see some of your work.

Yes, of course.

Uh, um...

I don't...
Uh, I know that I...

I know I put them in here,
so I... so I apologize.

I don't know what happened.

- Um...
- It's okay.

Uh, you can send it to us
whenever you get a chance.


Uh, so, uh,
l-let me tell you about us.

Uh, at Ruler, we approach
architecture on a human level.

First and...

Are you okay?

Um, I'm sorry.

Uh, I'm just not feeling, um...

Uh, would you like
some water or...


Are you feeling okay?


Okay, so, uh,
you probably shouldn't drive

or operate any heavy machinery
for the next few days,

but other than that,
you seem fine.

Either myself or my admitting
will, uh, follow up with you

with the results
of the blood test.

Okay? Uh, can you just leave
a number with the nurse?

You guys can go home.


You ready?



Is Cecilia Kass there?

That's me.

Hi. Uh, this is Dr. Lee
at St. Vincent's.

So, we got the results
of your blood test back,

and it looks like the diazepam

was the most likely cause
of you fainting.

Um, sorry, what diazepam?

Well, your blood work showed
a very high amount of it.

That would definitely explain
what happened to you.

There's something else
I wanted to talk to you about,

but I'm not sure if we should
do it over the phone, so, um...

Tell him to stop.

Tell who to stop what?

Tell him to stop
what he's doing.

Do you know what
she's babbling about?

Nah, she hasn't explained to me
why we're here yet,

but being her very good friend,
I know it's a good reason,

so I'm gonna need you
to sit up and listen.

Show a little respect.

One night, I was sitting,

and I was thinking about
how to leave Adrian.

I was planning
the whole thing in my mind.

And he was staring at me,

studying me.

And without me saying
a single word,

he said that I could
never leave him.

That wherever I went,

he would find me.

That he would walk
right up to me

and I wouldn't be able
to see him,

but that he would
leave me a sign

so that I'd know he was there.

The night I left him,
I drugged him with that.

I lost the bottle that night.

And somehow,
it found its way back to me.

So, what exactly
are you saying?

You lost the bottle,
you found the bottle.

He's not dead, Tom.

I have a pile of ashes
in the box

that would disagree
with you, Cecilia.

I don't know how he's done it.

He's figured it out, though.

He has figured out a way
to be invisible.

He is a world leader
in the field of optics.

I-I... I know that he
could do this.

Something tells me you know
exactly what I'm talking about.

He's not dead.

I just can't see him.

Please tell him to stop.


No, I agree with you.

Adrian was brilliant.

But it wasn't because of
anything he invented.

It was how he got
in people's heads.

That was his true genius...
knowing people's weaknesses.

You think about it.

He came up with the perfect way
to torture you even in death.

Only thing more brilliant

than inventing something
that makes you invisible

is not inventing it
but making you think he did.

My brother controlled me

long before he met you,

I hated him.

You and I,
we got that in common.

I was relieved...

...when I heard
that he was dead.

He's gone, Cecilia.

I saw his body.

Listen to me.

Don't let him win
by bringing him back to life.



Emily, I need to talk to you.

Well, at least now
we have clarity.

Now I know what
you really think of me.

- What?
- Thanks so much

for carving out the time
to let me know how...

quote, unquote...
"suffocating" I am to you.

What? What are you...

Not that I should
have to say this,

but I never expected
any of that money.

Emily, I-I don't... I don't
know what you're talking about.

The e-mail... the e-mail
you sent me this morning.

- What e-mail?
- If that's how you feel about me,

don't ask me to bail you out
of your personal life anymore.

If you're too stupid to know
who the good guys are

and too weak to get away
from the bad ones,

don't sob to me for charity.

I'm out.

I didn't send you
the fucking e-mail.

I didn't.

Someone is-is-is
doing this to me.

He's-he's doing this to me.



Adrian sent me the e-mail.

You need some medication.
Adrian is dead.

Em, please, no.


It's okay, Syd.

You-you know what
I think we need?


I think we could
kick Dad out and...

...have a little girls' night.

Eat some cake.


I do like cake.

Oh, my God.
Sydney, are you okay?

Why would you just...
Stop! Stop! Dad!

- What? No. No, Sydney, I didn't...
- Dad! Dad.

- What? What-what...
- No, I... - Dad, she...

- What happened? What happened?
- She-she hit me.

- What?
- No. No, no, no.

James, I did not do that.

Sydney, I would never hit you.
I love you.

I would never do that, James.

It was him.
He's here, I swear to you.

Enough. Enough.

Cee, enough.

Just stop it.
Are you okay, baby?

- I don't want to stay here.
- You-you all right?

Sydney, I'm sorry.
I would never...

Hey, hey. Cee.

Right now my priority is
getting my baby somewhere safe.

Do you understand?

Come on, baby. It's okay.

No. James, please.

This is what he wants.

This is what he used to do
when we were together.

He wants you to think
that I did it.

This is what he does.
He tries to isolate me,

- and he tries to get me alone.
- Hey!

You need to calm down.

You are scaring my daughter.

Now, if I were you, I would go
to your sister's place.

You don't need
to be here right now.

Come on, Sydney.

Sydney, Sydney, I'm sorry.

Where are you?

Come on!

Where are you? Come on out.

Don't hit a little girl.

Hit me!

So, why me, Adrian?

You could have any woman
you wanted.

That's the sad reality.


And that's what money
and power buy you.



why me?

I'm just a suburban girl who...

stumbled into your life
one night at a party.

Can't you just forget
I ever existed?

There's nothing left

for you to take.

You've already taken it all.

This is Adrian Griffin.

Please leave a message,

and I'll get back to you
when I can.


- Cecilia?
- Yes. Go.

Please, hurry. Lock the doors.

- Lock the doors!
- You okay?

Please, please just go.


Just please hurry, please.

Stinson Beach...
that's a long way from here.

I-I just need to get something.

Do you mind waiting for me?

I might be two minutes,

I might be 20,
I don't know, but...

You could run me back
to the city after.

- Sure.
- Okay.

No problem.


Hi. Hi.

12-14... 17.

The day we met.

So romantic.

Please, meet me tonight,
if you can,

in a pu... in a public place.

8:00 at Yulan.

And if you can't, I understand,
but you have to tell me,

because I have to call
someone else,

because I don't think
I have much time left.

Thank you. Thank you.



Hey, guys. Welcome to Yulan.

My name is Taylor,
and I will be

taking care of you
this evening.

Do you know
how this place works?

I'm assuming you order food,
then you eat it.

Hmm, pretty much.

We just do things
a little bit differently.

It's all family style.

We've been here before.
It's all good.

Okay. Can I get you
started with some water?

- We have still or sparkling.
- Just the free kind.

- Okay, tap it is.
- Cool.

Thank you for being here.

I love you.

You're like a cop, Emily,

and y-you have
this brute-force strength

that is so, so comforting
when I'm in trouble,

and it is really intimidating
when I'm not.

I mean, James actually is
a six-foot cop,

and he's, I think,
really intimidated by you.

As he should be.

I'd kick his ass.

I would.

You would.

I need that strength
in my life right now.

And I need you to believe
what I'm about to tell you.

Okay. I...

Thank you, Taylor.

All right.
Uh, do you guys need more time

- with the drink menu?
- Yes.

Lots more time.

Okay, no problem at all.


I went to his house today.

- You went to Adrian's house?
- Yes.

I just walked right in.

I found something that can
prove what I'm experiencing.

That can prove that Adrian
is stalking me.

What is it?

It's some kind of suit
that Adrian has built.

And it has cameras,
and it somehow...


No, please. No!

You can't do this.
You can't do this.

He killed her. He killed her.

Please, I didn't do it!

I didn't do it.

No! No!

He killed her!

He did it!
You have to listen to me.

- Please, please, no.
- Try to relax.

Please, no!


Listen to me! No!

You motherfucker!

You killed her!

I see you! I see you!

He's here!

He's here. He's right here.

He's right here. Please!

You can't see him.
He's in the room.

You have to listen to me.

He's right there.
He's gonna hurt me.

- Please. No...
- Okay.

He's right there.

- He's here.
- Okay.

He's right...


- Everything's better now.
- He's right there.

Okay? You'll be all right.



Can you confirm the person
in this video is you?

And can you confirm

you recently fainted
during a job interview

due to a high amount
of diazepam in your system?

- I was drugged.
- Uh-huh.

You also sent your sister
an e-mail a few days ago

saying you wished
she was dead, didn't you?

I have something.

I have something
that will prove he's alive.

I found it.

What do you have?

I can't tell you right now.

He's listening.

He's in the room, James.

You're saying that the person
who killed your sister

is in the room right now
but we can't see him?


- Yeah.
- Thank you.


Tell me you don't think
I did this.

Tell me you know that.

I may as well
have done it, though.

I brought Adrian into her life.

I did that.

I shouldn't have walked out
on you and left you alone.

I failed you.

Is this bed giving you
any problems, Cecilia?


Is there anything in the room
that is distressing to you?


Okay. Good.

I wanted to talk to you
about something.

We checked the blood test

that you had done
at the hospital last week.

Do you remember taking
those blood tests?



Well, did you know
that you were pregnant?


Didn't the doctor
who took the test tell you?

No, that can't be right.

That's... that's not true.

The test shows us
that it was pretty recent.

We can't be sure
of exactly when,

but it must have been
sometime in the last month.

Sweetie, is there
anyone we can call?


Any friends?


It's upsetting to see you
in this condition.

Even though things ended badly
for you and Adrian,

I still look at you as family.

Are you my lawyer now?

I'm the lawyer
for your source of income.

I represent my brother's trust.

The money from his trust
was payable to you

conditional upon you
being subject

to criminal charges of any kind

or being ruled to be
mentally incompetent.

Now, in light of
your current situation,

it's my duty to inform you

that any further payments
are to be halted.

I know that you set up
a bank account

for a friend of yours
to go to college,

so I take no pleasure
in relaying that.

I used to feel sorry for you.

The blood relative
of a narcissist sociopath.

Permanent punching bag.

Handcuffed to his wallet.

But now...

I can see you
for what you really are.

You're just the jellyfish
version of him.

Everything but the spine.

I mean, you can try
to litigate it,

but that's going to be
an expensive option.

I can't see it working.


...if you sign this document
and forfeit

your share of the trust,

it'll be a lot cleaner.

Or there's one option

where this all goes away.

Agree to have the baby...

...and go back to him.

You really think
he didn't know

you were secretly using
birth control?

Of course he did.

You should have known
he'd find out.

You knew him as well as I did.

He replaced them
with something else.

You only thought you were
taking birth control pills.

He was always going to find you
no matter what he had to do.

He needs you
because you don't need him.

No one's ever left him before.

But he's punished you
enough now.

Now that he knows you're
the mother of his child.

It's time to stop
playing games.

A new life with him
can be given to you

with one phone call.

A life just like
your old one with Adrian.

Cecilia, you don't really have
the choice right now.

Right now you're a murderer.

But I can change that.

Adrian killed my sister,

and you helped him.

I don't expect you to make
a decision right now.

I can come back in three days.

Be good to yourself until then.

We'll be watching.

Grab your umbrella.

Grab your rain jacket.
Grab your rain boots.

You're gonna need it.

You'll need them
for a couple days.

This pattern we're in
stays put.

We've got this
atmospheric river

pointed right here
at central California.

And that means we're gonna
keep it cloudy and rainy

as we get through
the rest of the week.

This is a lot
of moisture coming in.

It's going to mean
heavy rainfall

and flash flooding concerns

right as we get to
the end of the week.

It's not until the weekend
that we get our next chance

of seeing some dry conditions.

In fact, the next glimpse
of sunshine even

doesn't come
until Sunday afternoon

when temperatures hit
the mid-60s.

But until then,
it's going to be cool,

it's going to be damp,
it's going to be...

Open your mouth.

Tongue up.

Tongue down.

Okay. Good night.

You won't get the baby.

And you won't get me.

There you are.

Fuck you!

Get back in bed. Now.


No! No!

Please, no!


Stop. Stop.

No, please. No.

No, stop! No, stop.

He's right there.

Lay down.

He's right there.

Lay down.

He's right behind you.

- Listen to me.
- Who is?

He's right behind you.

- Turn around.
- I understand, Cecilia.

- He's right there.
- Lay down.

Listen to me!

- He's right behind you.
- Stay down.


- Get back!
- Hey! Hey, whoa. - Okay.

Get back!

She's over here!

She's over there!
Go right!

You think you're
learning how to beat me,

so I'm gonna truly
teach you something.

If you fight me,
I won't ever hurt you.

I'll find someone you love
and hurt them instead.

Now you've only got
yourself to blame

for that innocent
young girl's death.

No, please.

Not Sydney. Adrian, no.

Hold it!

Show me your hands!


Cecilia, don't do
anything stupid.

I'm over here!

Hey, stop her!

Heading towards the main exit!

What the... What the fuck?

Hello? Hello?


Harry, what's going on?




Harry, are you okay?

- He's fine. He's fine.
- What?

- I promise.
- Who... who is this?

This is James Lanier.

James, it's me.

Cee? What... How...

- How are you calling?
- It doesn't matter about that.

- You have to listen to me.
- No, no, it-it does matter.

- Listen...
- Come on! -

You can't be calling me.

- James, listen to me!
- Look, I...

Sydney's life is in danger.

Where are you right now?

I'm at work.
She's at the house.

Okay, you need to go to her
right now, James.

Do you hear me?

'Cause I'm afraid Adrian
is gonna do something to her.



Syd, you okay?

Sydney, Syd...





Dad! Dad!


Sydney, get down!

Don't cry.


Is someone there?

Help. Help.


- Help!
- Stand clear!

Police! Show me your hands.

Our tactical team

found Adrian this morning

tied up in his basement.

Looks like he was
a victim of his brother

just like you were.


No, James.

That's not right.

Adrian did this to me.

He is not the victim here.

He was tied up in his basement.

If he faked his own death,

he could fake
his own kidnapping.

We have Tom's body laying
in my living room,

wearing some sort of suit
that you shot to pieces.

If it did work, it doesn't now.

But-but we have a whole bunch
of corroborative witnesses

from the psychiatric hospital

when it comes to seeing
something strange.

Look, this is
your best-case scenario

for getting
your freedom back, okay?


I mean...

I know Tom's body
is in your living room.


Adrian did everything
before that, though.

He set his own brother up.

I know how this works, Cee.

I know. You don't understand.

No, you don't understand.

This is what he does.

He makes me feel
like I'm the crazy one.

This is...

This is what he does.

And he's doing it again.

Okay, okay, but listen.

I need you to keep that
to yourself

and let me do my job.


Just let me help you.

Yeah, but as long as Adrian's
around, you can't help me.


I'm so glad you called.


You look amazing.

I mean, you-you've always...
you always look amazing.

I don't feel amazing.

It's all a lie.

Please, come on in.

It's cold. Come on.

So, I-I wanted to get us some
simple takeout, but, of course,

I-I started obsessing over what
you'd be in the mood for.

Hence, we have the OCD buffet
of sushi, steak and pasta.

Or you might not
be hungry at all.

Uh... which is so logical

that it suddenly makes
this feast look moronic.

I'll have steak.

That's a good choice.

My hand's shaking.


You know, you're the only
person in the world

who gets to see my hand shake.

It's 'cause I need you,

I know I didn't
treat you the way

you should have been treated
when we were together.

But I've learned my lesson.

I would burn everything I own
just to prove that to you.



If you want to be a part
of this child's life... has to start
with honesty.

Of course.

Which means I need you to admit
everything that you did.

That it was you,

not your brother.



I loved my brother.

And I thought he loved me, too.

I know it didn't seem like it
to the outside world, but...

Tom controlled me.

Just tell me the truth.

I need to know
that I'm not crazy, okay?

And we can't start this
with a lie.

But I'm not
starting with a lie.

It wasn't me.

I swear it.

Why can't you just
tell me the truth?

I am.

Adrian, stop.

I need you to do this for me.

More than that,

do it for you, Adrian.

I'm giving you exactly

what you're asking for,

I am telling you the truth.


Oh, no, no, no.

I know that you feel like
you're going insane sometimes.

But I'm the only one
who can help you.


Because I know you better
than anyone else in the world.

I mean...

that shouldn't come as a...


I should go clean myself up.

Of course.

No! No, no.

No, no. What did you do?

what is your emergency?

Please, please,
you have to help me, please.

I'm with somebody,
and I think he's...

he's tried to kill himself.

Hurry. You have to help.

You have to hurry. Please.

It's, uh, 3333 Celestial Drive.



Hey, hey.

- Hey. You okay?
- It's okay.

- You okay? What...
- I'm okay. I'm okay.

James, look at me. I'm okay.

He killed himself.

He cut his own throat.

There's security camera
video of it.

You never did want to get him

admitting anything
on tape, did you?

Of course I did.

I just didn't know
he was that unstable.

You heard it, right?


What'd it sound like to you?

It sounded a lot like
he killed himself.