The Trust (2016) - full transcript

Waters and Stone are two nobody police officers who work in the evidence room of the Las Vegas Police Department. When Stone discovers an unusually high bail receipt in connection to a drug bust, the two friends set in motion a plan to find the source of the money.

( music playing )

( coughs )

It's on.

- Thanks.
- Good morning.

- Did anybody see me come in?
- I don't think so.

- I did.
- Fuck off, Bert.

Okay. Now, young man,
look here.

All of this, okay?

You could get a hit
off of any of these

and change the whole

I mean, this is a very
interesting ashtray.

Sorry, Lieutenant.
Captain Harris is out front.

He's looking for you.

- Already?
- Yes.

All right. Hold on.

Let me just, uh--
don't let anyone
touch my bag.

Wish me luck.

Good luck, sir.

These guys have been
in business for a while.

Can you hand me
a bag, please?

- Yeah.
- Thank you.

Ooh, check this thing out.

( rhythmic drum beats )

( rattling )

This mobile unit is
specifically designed

to help with
chain of custody

for the evidence
we collect on site.

It's all computerized.

We could check for
DNA, fingerprints

without ever needing
to change hands.

- This is...
- It's very detailed, I know.

Look, Jim,

I don't know
what I can do about this.

You're going to have
to talk to the commander.

But I did, and he told me
I need to speak with you.

( chuckles )

You really should just talk
to the commander about it.

Yes, sir.

Absolutely, sir.

( rhythmic drum beating )

Oh, fuck!

What the fuck?

Get him!

( David laughing )

- Oh, shit!
- ( Bert groaning )

- You all right, Bert?
- Fuck no, I'm not all right!

I'm going
to have cigarette.

So what was it you
needed to talk me about
then, Captain?

You guys down at property
had tagged this little puppy,

and it's going up
for auction this week.


I want it as a gift
to my son-in-law.

That's very
thoughtful of you.

You know,
he's a good kid.

Would you mind heading down
to the OPG and checking it out?

I want our guys in the garage
to know I got my eye on it.

I can look into it
for you, of course.

Great, that's great.

I think we have
everything under control here.

No. I have my--
you can keep that.

I'm sorry, you want
me to go to the garage
right now?

I mean, yeah.

( glass shatters )

What the shit is this?

( shouting )

Is that a lawnmower?

It's for Harris.

For a captain,
that guy's a real

And $5000 available
to bid, to buy.

Who'll give me 5, where?
Who'll give me 2500?

25. Thank you, ma'am.
Now 6 bid.

( auction continues )

He wants this thing
for his son?


Okay, that's quite
the gesture.

Yeah, we'll keep it
off the floor.

Nice car.

What happened here?

That car was dead
when we got it.

Someone gut the engine

but look what we found
when we popped the hood.

- This is full of cocaine.
- Yeah, I know.

This needs to be submitted
as evidence.

Yes, right,
absolutely, sorry.

It will be soon.
Check this out.

Fits like a glove, right?

Quite the clever way
to move coke, if you ask me.

I mean, who checks
the engine block?

Well, I guess I did.

Who owned the car?

A local guy.

A drug dealer, obviously.

I got the paperwork
for the arrest on
the desk back there,

if want to check it out.

Yes, sir, he's here.
Yeah, yeah.

Hey! The captain wants
to know if you can take

a few new pictures of
the John Deere before you leave.

Just like with your phone
or whatever.

What do you think?

Well, I think
that there's a lot more

to making a cop
than just paper.

Yes, but I just thought
it was unusual.

It is.

You know, a good cop
is gonna look at it

and know exactly
what to do.

- Hello?
- Yes, I do.

Was it something I said?

No. I just have to
make a phone call.

( music playing )

( phone ringing )

What the fuck, dude?

( ringing continues )

( sniffs )


You don't see
anything unusual?

Where have
you brought me?

Look at the guy's sheet.

Why? Why would I--

Look at it.
What do you notice?

- He had a lot of priors.
- And?

- And? What and?
- The girl's coming. Hi!

- This place is a nightmare.
- I'll have a refill and...



She didn't refill me.
She had the pot in her hand.

That's all right,
she's probably--
where are you going?

This place
is freaking me out.

Just hold on a second,

There's something to this.
Would you just sit down?

Humor me for a second.

Let's talk about
it tomorrow.

Check out the guy's
bail receipt.

Excuse me! Excuse me!

- This can't be right.
- It is.

- How do you know?
- I checked.

- Was it a bond?
- Cashier's check.

- For $200,000?
- Uh-huh.

Who paid that?

I don't know.

What do you think?

- What do I think?
- Yes.

I think that guy has
a friend with deep pockets.

That's very deep.

Very deep.

I think that guy's
getting a hand job.

He's still eating,
so it's hard to tell.

Are you gonna have those?
Can I get one?


Who could get that much cash
together that quickly?

What's that for?

- Have you ever tried it?
- Can't say that I have.

All right, you take this one
and I'll take the other.

What, are we
in the sixth grade?
I'm not gonna eat this.

That's cash in hand.

I'm just saying that someone
risked a fortune

to get this kid
out of jail,

and right now you and I
are the only two people

who even seemed to notice.

So what do you wanna do?

You want me to rob
a drug dealer for you?

Rob a drug dealer?

right now I just wanna
find out where the cash
is coming from.

I don't think
it's a good idea.

I'm not talking about
doing anything crazy.

Look, this guy's a--
well, you read his sheet.

He's a nobody.

He can't be nobody.
Who spends $200,000
on a nobody?

If you want my opinion,

something like this
is worth doing

if you can keep it quiet
and simple, okay?

What you're talking about
here would be neither
of those things.

I can promise you that.

That sounded so cool.

The way you just said
that right now?

That sounded cool.

( coughing )

That tastes good to you?

- No, it doesn't.
- ( coughs )

Sometimes I think
I should probably

pull it together
a little bit.

I think they're
checking us out.

- No, they're not.
- I think they are.

You're wrong.

I just want to put
a tail on him.

If it's a dead end,
so be it.

Life goes on.
None the richer.

And I'll cover
your time off.

All right. I'll do it.
I'll find this guy.

But only because when it comes
to you and me, I truly--

and I mean this sincerely--

I truly have nothing
better to do,

and I despise my job.

That's the spirit!

You are a badass!

What the fuck?

♪ Lucky Vegas
gambling man... ♪

( tweets )

What does he do in there?

He works
in the first-floor

I know, but what
is the work?

You know,
delivers drinks,
stocks the bar.

Can you stop that?

- Someone has him scared.
- What do you mean?

He shows up to work
five nights a week?

- Yeah.
- On time?

- Yeah.
- To stock a bar?


He's a drug dealer,


Jim. Jim!

You can't just go marching up
to this guy right now.

- You're dressed like a cop.
- I am a cop.

You know what I mean.

You got to give this
another week at least.

For what?
The kid got rolled

and now his people
have him cleaning dishes.

Jesus! Will you stop
looking around?

Are you sure you didn't
miss something?

Yes, I'm sure.

You're out there smoking
that reefer, so you might not--

Oh, I'm sorry.
Am I on an official
assignment here?

Short of getting hired
as a bellhop,

there's nothing more
that I can do.

I'm not wasting any more
vacation days on this either.

Don't take this the wrong way
because we're friends

and you're also my boss,
but fuck you, Jim.

This is some bullshit
right here.



Stay positive, dude.

I'm leaving this
with you guys.

Treasury will be by
to pick it up.

It's all fake.

- When are they coming?
- How should I know?

Come on, man.
I got a lot of shit to do.

- Oh, God. I'm sorry about that.
- Can't you just wait for 'em?

I'll tell you what.
I'll flip you for it.

What are you doing?

Would you like to go first
or should I? You?

- Stop it.
- Okay. I'll go first.

- ( clicks )
- Jesus! Fuck!

What are you...

That's a rush.

- Your turn.
- No.

- No?
- Oh, fuck!

( laughs )

- Sergeant Waters?
- What?

What's this about?

Lieutenant Stone
requested you for his desk

while he's away on
a special assignment, sir.

What are you talking about?
What special assignment?

( music playing )

♪ Well, darlin',
I'm waiting for you ♪

♪ It's so much, so much
better feeling about you ♪

♪ Please come home ♪

♪ I'll be true ♪

♪ Time is better spent
with you ♪

♪ Well, mama,
I am begging ♪

♪ Your man wants you ♪

♪ We could be so happy ♪

♪ Baby, all you have to do ♪

♪ Never make me lonely ♪

♪ Never leave me blue ♪

♪ Never can think
about being here with you ♪

♪ Well, darlin',
I'm waiting for you ♪

♪ It's so much, so much
better feeling about you ♪

♪ Please come home ♪

♪ I'll be true ♪

♪ Time is better spent
with you... ♪

( laughing )

♪ Well, come on
back to papa ♪

♪ Come on home, yes, do ♪

♪ We could be so happy ♪

♪ If you only knew ♪

♪ Never need no other ♪

♪ Always could have been ♪

♪ Darlin', if you'll just
come back to me ♪

♪ All right. ♪

( inaudible dialogue )

Jesus Christ.

Jimmy, it's your friend.

Where the hell are you
going at this hour?

Official police
business, Dad.

Who's the cop?

I am, Dad.
We both are.

- Good night.
- Good luck.

Dad's unusually
upbeat tonight.

I know, yeah.
It's good to see.

Yeah, right?

- What the fuck is this?
- It's my tips.

( laughs )

Don't laugh.
It's more than we make.

( engine starts )

So they're closed on Sunday.

They do the drop-offs
in the back,

but where does it go
once it's inside?

Did you check it out?

It's funny you should
mention that.

What, you didn't get hired
as a bag boy or something?

Did you take these?

There's one in there
that's, uh--

ah, let's just see
if you can spot it.

- They're terrible.
- Yeah.

It looks like a bum
from the street took these.

Lord knows I wasn't gonna go
marching around back there.

You made a homeless person
take these photos?

Well, I paid him a little.

All right.


So I think this is more than
just a money drop

- or however you call it.
- Why would you say that?

Because whatever
they're bringing here,
stays here.

Nothing goes out.

What is this?


Look at the freezer,
that lock.

Makes you wonder,
doesn't it?

- Look at you.
- What?

And I'm skipping
right into your little...

My what?

What's that girl
that solves the crimes?
Nancy Drew.

This is some
Nancy Drew shit.

Oh. You see that one?

Spotted it.
( laughs )

( laughing )

It's a grocery store.

I haven't heard
anything from your
department about this.

- What kind
of nonsense is this?
- No, no, no--

- You just
reached for my phone.
- Yes, I did.

- In a suspicious manner.
- No, I wasn't.

That would suggest
you're here under the auspice
of illegal activity.

I promise.
This isn't what you
think it is.

I'll call the sheriff.

- I'll give you $100.
- Okay.

All right.

Well, you are very lucky

that this investigation
is so well funded,
I'll tell you that.

Yeah, wipe it. Wipe it.


- Uh...
- Right there?

Yeah. Stop there.
Go a few frames back.

Mm-hmm. Okay.

Okay, wait, stop.
Replay that.

Okay, okay, stop.

Can you give me
some other camera angles?


Uh-huh. Uh-huh.

Ah, pause it.

Isn't that that sandwich
shop on Decatur,

the one that makes
the cheese steaks?

Oh, yeah, I've been there.
That place is legit.

Man, that place
is delicious.

How you doing, Bill?

That's the way to go, man.

The way the cheese
spills over the bread.

You gotta get
cheese with it.


Give me a hard copy
of that, then wipe it

and just keep going
with the timecodes there.

You got it.

- I looked up the store.
- Yeah?

They recently installed
a new storage unit.

According to the work order,
that freezer has got

36 inches of steel reinforced
concrete protecting it.

Now, it could be the world's
most secure meat locker,

but when you
consider the drug dealers,
the hotel front,

and the phony
laundry service

making one-way trips
to this place...

And nothing ever goes out.

I think you know exactly
what I'm getting at.

Holy shit.

- Sir?
- Ah, thank you.

- Wipe it?
- Wipe it.

Have you ever broken
into a vault before?

- No.
Are you serious right now?
- I don't know.

- Have you?
- No.

- What about this one?
- Yeah, go for it, Louis.

Here's a question.

Someone built a safe
in the back of a grocery
store, right?


- And we found it.
- Precisely.

And we assume it's filled with
money or drugs or whatever.

- It's filled with stuff.
- Mm-hmm, yeah.

Well, how do we,
you know, get it out?

( music playing )

( speaking German )

Ja, hallo.
Einen moment.

Einen moment.

( clears throat )

Ja. Gut. Uh...

( speaking German )

( speaking German )

( knocks )

Well, my people will contact
you and arrange it. Ja, yes.

( speaking German )

I gotta go.
You finish up.

But I'm not authorized.

Who gives a shit?

So this is
the floor plan

for the apartment
that's directly above
the vault.

Yeah, I taped it out
this morning.

You did a fine job.

What's this?

That's from the guys
in Germany.

This is the quote
for the drill?

You know I don't have
this money.

I'm sure you'll
think of something.

Where am I gonna get
this kind of cash?

You're smart, crafty.

What the fuck
are you talking about?
Where's your money coming from?

- I'm refinancing.
- Refinancing what?

It's a home equity loan.
I already applied for it.

You're mortgaging your house
to pay for a heist?

Do you have any idea
how insane that is?

Take me through it.
We don't have a lot of time.

Okay, well,
like I was saying,

the ceiling is where
I think we go in.

The vault door
isn't that old.

Messing with it runs
the risk of the fail-safes,

unless we want to hire
a professional safecracker--

- Which we don't.
- Which we don't.

So what you're saying
is we drill down

through the floor
of the apartment.

That's right.

And where
would we do that?

The dining room.

Let's check it out.

Uh, the only other hitch
is there might be a tenant.

What's that?

Oh, that's nothing.

A bee flew in my face
when I was doing that part.

We'll have
to deal with him.

Who, the tenant?
What, do we pay him off?

Pay him off? What? No!
We'll just...

tie him up or whatever.

Tie him up or whatever?
That sounds complicated.

- Which one of us is doing that?
- I'm sure it won't be easy.

You said it like, "Whatever.
We'll just tie him up."

let's table this for now.
We gotta get back.

So are you good
for the money?

'Cause I want
to put the order in.

Jim, it's 10 grand.

Are you good for it or not?
Because I'm all in.

Don't leave me hanging.

This took me three hours,
by the way.

And it's Da Vinci-esque.

All right.
Yeah, I'll figure it out.

You're a positive thinker,
and I respect you.

And I fucking dig you.

Have you ever done
one of these before?


I'm not doing this out of
the goodness of my heart.

You're asking
for a lot of money.

This is a short-term loan.

- I know.
- Let's go.

These guys
know the score.

Two might try to run.
If that happens, stop 'em.

All right, everybody up.

Everybody up!

Get up! Up!

Get against
the wall right now!

Get against that wall!

Get against that wall!
Back up!

Just give me a minute.
I'm not ready.

Sir, you are under arrest.

Just give me a minute,
you know.

You have the right
to remain silent.

This is one. I said two.
I said I need two.

- Th-that's all I have.
- I said two!

That's all I have.
That's all I have.

I'll tell you
what I'll do.

I'll flip you for it.

( women screaming )


No, don't. Don't, no.
Please don't. No, no.

- What do you wanna do?
- Don't, don't, no.

- What do you wanna do?
- No, no, no.

No, no, no, sir! No!


- ( clicks )
- ( women screaming )

Woman: No!

( screaming )

- Go with her. Go!
- No! No!

That's great.

Bobo, Bobo.
Bobo is interesting.

Especially for
someone who sells guns.

I mean, it's fun,
you know? It's...

Bobo, Bobo, Bobo...
( singing gibberish )

I'm Jim, by the way.

Hey, where-- where are we--
where are we going? Is it far?

Man, shut the fuck up!


Yo, motherfucker,
you can sit your ass
right here

till I know we good.

And if you ain't about that,

I'll stick the pump
to your head right now.

You got me?


it's far.

Get out.



That's a big one.

It's all there.
You can count it.

I mean, these are
brand new, right?

I mean, uh...

you didn't, uh, like scrape
the serial numbers off them

or anything like that,
did you?

Fucking whoever
you're after,

I hope he ain't
somebody like me.

Hope he's some corny
motherfucker like you.

♪ Cricket ♪

♪ Their pile of grain grass
is golden ♪

♪ Cricket ♪

♪ Their pile of gold grain
is falling ♪

♪ Cricket ♪

♪ You may die before
the morning rolls around ♪

♪ So break out ♪

♪ They certainly do
enjoy the evening ♪

♪ Cricket... ♪

Look at that mug.

Get used to it.
He's our new roommate.

And he's alone in there,

I've barely seen him
leave the place.

Where'd you stash the van?

The van? No.
I just got the plates.

I thought you were
getting the van.

You were supposed
to take care of both.

Oh, no, I remember
you saying that you--

No, no, I didn't.
The van was yours.

What the fuck
are we gonna do now?

I guess I goofed up.
Sorry, dude.


How are we supposed
to pull this off, huh?


Look at this thing.

You can't even keep
the simplest--

we're about
to risk our lives here!
Do you realize that?

Do you have any clue
how dangerous it is

what we're trying to do,
how many things can go wrong,

or are you just unable
to see that at any point?

I picked it up
and I stashed it by
the airport this morning.

I'm sorry, David.
It was just--

just a little
pre-heist joke.

It was just a joke.

Please don't be it.
Please don't be it.

Please don't be it.
Please don't be it.

You good?

You look so cool
right now.

Now I'm gonna go in
and show we're clear,

and when I know
we're clear,

I'm going to invite you
via walkie-talkie, all right?


( laughs )

( radio hisses )

Ohh! Fuck!

Get up!

Get the fuck up!


Get on the bed.

Stay quiet.

Whoa, whoa, whoa!

Keep your hands
to yourself.


Did you hear anything?

I looked away,
he came after me,

dragged the girl
with him.

I only shot the guy.

( panting )

Put her on the bed.

Set her down here.

- I need to think for a sec.
- Where we gonna put her?

Yeah, okay,
get her back up.

Ow! She bit me, man!
Goddamn it!

All right,
put her over here.

That looks pretty good.


On three, two, one.

( music playing )

( drill whirring )

Okay, you know the drill.

( laughs )

( whirring )

( dog barking )

( woman grunts )

The first bit's spent.

How far are we?

( wheezing )

( wheezing )

What's up?

They changed the recipe.

No, it has my approval.

We're about
halfway through.

I need a cigarette.

( car approaching )


I'll take care of this.

- What are you gonna do?
- Something.

Hey, there.

Good evening.

You really gave
us a start, man.

I thought I saw some people
unloading some equipment here.

Well, that's likely.

We got a stakeout going on,
and you nearly walked into it.

A stakeout?

Detective O'Connor.

Oh. Uh, Cliff.


So, uh,
how long have you been
watching your guy here?

18 hours, I think.

Hey, would you mind
turning your lights off?

You know, I always
wanted to be a cop.

Seemed like
a pretty good gig.

- There are perks.
- Yeah, I bet there are.

I'm really gonna
need you to turn those
lights off, Cliff.

Oh, yeah, sure thing,
the lights.

I'm gonna need to radio in
the other calls,

let them know
what's going on here.

This is undercover
stuff, man.

You really can't.

Oh, yeah, right.

Hey, not a problem,

- Good luck to you, sir.
- Have a good night, Cliff.

Yeah, you, too.


( drill whirring )

Must be close.

Gotta move.
We're running behind.


( whirring )

Got a bite.

Keep going.

( clanks )

( drill stops )

We must have tripped it.

( generators humming )

We didn't trip anything.

The belt.

It's broken.

Do we have any more?

Wh-what's next, Jim?

We'll think of something.

- Are we fucked?
- No.

- Nuh-uh.
- Okay.

( straining )

We only had
a quarter of an inch left.

All right, grab it.

Whoa, whoa, whoa!

Uh, you want to practice
or something?

I'll hold it
if you'd rather.

You haven't had a lot of
coffee today, have you?

JK. Go for it.

Whoo! Just two more.
Give it the goods.

It bounces too much.
We're fucked.

I have an idea.

It's kind of...


( thudding )

( tapping )

( explosion )

( alarm beeping )

( coughing )


- Did you hear it?
- Oh, fuck!

( laughs )

- We're through.
- Okay.


Okay, I've got
the tumbler...

and you're right.

I see two fail-safes,

which means if we miss
a number, that's it.

Nothing's gonna get
that door open.

All right.

Let's proceed.

Move slowly to the right
and clear it.

Moving to zero.


Okay. Continue.



Just give me a second.

Okay, continue.



- ( bangs )
- ( gasps )

( exhales )

Slow down.
I can't see the notch.

Stop, stop, stop.

Catch, I think.

You think?

It's behind the other two rings
and I can barely see it,

but I heard something latch.
Did you hear it?

No, I didn't.

It's caught.
Open it.

Are you sure?


Yeah. Open it.

Is it open?


Are we good?


What's happening?

Can you hear me?

What is it?
Just steaks down there?

Talk to me.
What are you looking at?

- You should come down here.
- Okay.


Hell is this place?

You open this?

We should go back up
and clean.




I have a little
boy at home.

He's three.

I need to call
his father.


That's all I'm asking.

Write the number.

Write it on my hand.

( line ringing )

( ringing continues )

- Man: Hello?
- Yeah, it's me.

Hey. You know
what time it is?

Yeah, I know it's early.

- What do you want?
- Can you help me out?

What is it?

- Hi.
- Hey.


Jesus fuck.

Do you live here?

Who lives here?

I don't know.
What do you mean?

Whose guns are those?

What guns?

The guns in the closet.

I don't know. I don't know
anything about guns.

Whose-- you don't know
anything about guns.

Are they his?

I don't know.
I don't know him.

- Whose guns are those?
- I don't know.

- Whose guns are those? Huh?
- ( woman crying )

- Whose guns are those?
- What do you want with me?

- Whose guns are those?
- I don't know him!

I don't know him.

We just--

he had coke.

I have--
I have problems, okay?

You have bad luck.

( crying )

( crying continues )

What did she say?

She thinks they're his.

- And who the fuck is he?
- She doesn't know.

These aren't loaded.
You saw that, right?

We can't do this.

What do you mean?

Down there isn't
just a little--

I don't know
what this is.

I don't know
where we are right now.

We're in the heart
of the American dream.

I've never seen anything
like this before in my life.

Well, it is
a bit of a twist.

- We need to get
out of here, man
- Okay.

Everything is staying
right where we found it.

This is crazy right now.

It is a little crazy,
but that doesn't mean

you have to walk away
empty-handed, David.

We'll be lucky to walk
out of here at all.

You brought enough bags
to take everything.

You knew about this.


You did.
You knew this was here.

Nobody just finds something
like this out of nowhere.

We did.

You had your eye
on this.

No, David, I didn't.
I'm just as shocked
as you are.

- Well, you don't look it.
- I come prepared.

It's what you do when
you're someone like me

who refuses to underestimate
the power of positive thinking.

You want to know
how positive I am?

I mean, this was going
to be a surprise,

but I can tell
you're a little stressed.

I'm so positive,
I've got two tickets
in my pocket right now

for the Bahamas,
one with your name on it,

because when
we're finished here,
we're gonna celebrate,

drinking rum
and smoking cigars.

That's how positive I am.

Are you trying
to stick this on me?

- Is that what's going on?
- Stick what on you?

- I'm serious.
- Well, if you're serious,

then you should know
you're not making any sense.

How long have you been
waiting for someone like
me to do this with,

a guy you could
point the finger at?

I thought you and I--

You know I'd have
to be a genius to plan
something like that.

- Then tell me
another story, Jim.
- Okay.

We're friends
who found a lot of money,

and I'm super happy
about that.

There's your story.

- We're not touching it.
- Oh, my God.

What does it take...

to get someone
to split millions
of dollars with you?

Get a grip.

Jim, they'll hunt us down.


please open it.

I asked you nicely.

I'm sorry.

( drops bag )

Look, if you're scared,
I get it.

It's okay.

But I'm not.

And I've come this far.

So please open the door.

You'll get us killed, man.

I'm going to ask you
one more time.

Please open it.

I can't.

Open it! Open it!

- Jim.
- Open it! Open it!

Open it! Open it! Open it!
Open it! Open it! Open it!

( music playing )

( light clatter )

I think you should
wait with her

while I finish
loading up from the gate.

And then we'll
get rid of her up north.

She saw my face.

What else can we do?


( crying )

Hey, Dave,
I'm really sorry.

( grunts )

( thumps )

( groans )

( breathing heavily )

( gunshots )

( sobs )

Just one more here.

Okay, you're on
solid ground now.
Come on.

All right,
let me put you inside.

Step down.

That's good.
Stay down.

Now this is
what's gonna happen.

If you do exactly
as I say, you'll live.

If you do anything
different, you won't.

( woman whimpering )

- Jesus! Yes?
- Yes.

It's been a long
fucking night.

( panting )

Once we stop,
I'll let you out.

Hopefully you can
move on from this like
it never happened.

All right?



Goddamn it!

Who are they?
Who'd you call?


Oh, God.

Tell me or I'll shoot you
through the fucking seat!

Tell me!

No, no, no, no!
I'm a cop!

- ( gunshot )
- ( horn blaring )

( horn stops )

( truck horn honking )

No! No!

( whimpering )

( music playing )