A Long Way Down 2014 . English subtitles. —убтитры к фильму на английском €зыке.

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Anyway, to cut a long story
short, I decided to kill myself.

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That's the trouble with suicides, I've

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learned, you can't cut the long story short,

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because it's the long story that people are interested in,

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especially if you're me,

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which regrettably I was and still am to this day.

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So, forgive me if you already knew this

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but I'm Martin Sharp, the man who had everything:

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1 wife, 2 children, 3 dogs.

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At least 4 People's Choice Awards, And 5 mornings a week

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on the most successful breakfast show in Britain.

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They were even offering me Mondays off.

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So far, so good.

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I have reached middle age--

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With money in the bank.

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Until I met Susie Jenkins

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At a launch for a new men's moisturizer.

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All I can say, in my defense, your Honor,

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Is that she looked 25 to me, but she wasn't.

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Que. In chronological
order; Tabloid frenzy,

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a short prison sentence, divorce, disgrace, demolition.

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New Year's Eve is supposed to be a pause

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for breath, a punctuation mark.

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Well, I had come to a full stop. Really.

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Why wouldn't I want

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to throw myself off the top of a tall building?

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Excuse me?

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Excuse me?

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HiЕ umЕ

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I'm not entirely sure how to phrase this,
but um.. Are you going to be long?

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What?

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I wasn't sure whether to wait my turn, or...

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But I haven't considered the wire.
I'd really like to borrow your ladder?

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Maybe I should just wait... I'll wait.

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- You're just gonna stand there and watch?
- No, no, of course. You'll, you'll be

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You'll be wanting to do it on your own, I imagine.

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Ц You imagine right.

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- I'll go there...
- Right.

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I'll give you a shout on the way down.

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Alright.

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Oh!

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I can't... Maybe you should go first?

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I would want to be on my own... completely.

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Understood... Twenty minutes...
Then I want my spot back.

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- Right.
- Ok.

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- 0h!
- Oh!

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Maureen.

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Martin.

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Are you from... Uh, I recognize your face.

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Oh, do you? Ц Are you married to
someone in a pop group?

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No.

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- Are you on TV?
- Maureen...

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perhaps this is not the best time to talk about this.

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- Out of my way, you bastards!
- No, stop, stop, calm!

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- Who the fuck are you?
- Maureen, help.

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- What do you want me to do?
- Hold her legs.

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You're getting a--, you pervert!

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- Oh, my God!
- What?

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Are you Martin Sharp! You
are a pervert, officially!

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Oh! That's it! "Rise and shine
with Martin and Penny!"

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Just let me!

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What? What?

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Hi.

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Um... any of you guys ordered a pizza ...?

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Um, we should do introductions.

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I'm Jess.

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Everyone calls me Jess.

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I'm Maureen.

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- I'm JJ.
- I'm--

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- Martin Sharp.
- Yes.

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It's very exciting to have a
celebrity in our suicidal midst.

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This is wrong.
Alright, well we could just

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one, two, three, jump!

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I wouldn't have minded

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if it had been the proverbial cry of a help,

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but, believe me, you don't got a ladder up
15 flights of stairs on the freezing cold

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New Year's Eve, unless you're serious.

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Nice to meet you.

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It was just another debacle, another cockup.

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I'd have believed you if you told me half
an hour before that I'd end up on my car...

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but not in it!

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And I absolutely knew, with every fiber of my being,

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That I wouldn't be seeing any of
those freaks and misfits again.

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I didn't know what they were doing up there.

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And I didn't wanna find out, thank you very much.

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I have no interest, whatsoever

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Oh, fuck!

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Do I regret stopping to pick her up?

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Well, That really is a long story.

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Want a lift?

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No, no. The bus won't be long...
In 15 minutes.

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Get in the car, Maureen.

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I did like your television show.

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What are you doing?

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Ah, it's a bit 'early for a reunion, isn't it?

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Get in the car, we're taking you home.

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So this is... jolly.

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OK. one word answers.

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Everyone has one word to explain why they
were up in the roof in the first place.

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For example, Martin might say...
"notoriety".

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Maureen might say "loneliness".
I'm not lonely.

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- Tell that to your cats.
- I don't have cats.

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I was up there because I felt... helpless.

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Helpless! That's a very good adjective!

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Are we not filling in to your
pre-ordained boxers, Jess?

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Actually, you fill your one marvelously, Martin.

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Was prison fun?

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You really believe you have an
answer for everything, don't you?

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I really believe that you are a miserable bastard, yes.

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Actually right now, a Уmiserable bastardФ

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Is exactly what I am, have I not been hiding it well?

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- Pizza boy?
- JJ.

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Why might pizza boy want to die?

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What would be your reason Jess?

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My reason would be love.

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Chas, Chas the dickhead, he spurned me.

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I am a spurned woman.

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Cancer.

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I was up there because I have cancer.

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I have an inoperable cancer.
We have a winner!

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It's fucking brilliant, very impressed, is it um...

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an embarrassing cancer?

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Brain... CCR.

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I'm sorry, JJ.

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Yeah... Colon would have been better.

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Oh... we're here

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Here? You live here?

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No, but Chas is likely to be here.

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And I've got a couple of things I wanna say to him.

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Good luck with your next attempt.
See you in the afterlife.

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Yes, goodnight.

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Unhappy little thing, isn't she?

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I should have known... The
most popular place in London

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for suicides, and the most popular night for suicides.

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I should've known, I wouldn't be alone.

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I don't know why she thought I have cats.

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And she certainly swears too much but...

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Go on Maureen, just say.

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I just um... should she be alone?

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Martin, you uh... you go that way,

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- I'm going there.
- No, no, I can't do this.

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What else are we gonna do? Hey,
what else are we gonna do?

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And Maureen um, you check...
you check the bathrooms.

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Look the bathrooms, bathrooms. Kay, go.

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I am looking for a girl named Jess. Jess!

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I am looking for a girl called Jess. Jess?

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Hi! I'm looking for...

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Hi!

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- I am looking for...
- Hi!

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I am looking for a girl... Jess.

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Good... Great... Perfect.

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(All) Sixteen, fifteen, fourteen,

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thirteen, twelve, eleven o'clock, ten o'clock,

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nine, eight, seven, six, five,

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four, three, two, one...
Happy New Year!

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Hi!

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Hmm!

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- You're hiding too, are you?
- Yeah.

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I... I've taken some pills.

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It's all good. What are you hiding from?

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Oh you know, humans, humanity, life. You?

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A nutter who's trying to kill me.

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Your reason's better than mine then.
And where is this nutter?

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- She's everywhere...
- Ah, God-like, is she?

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I was just hoping I was in a bad pill.

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Um... cause she's not supposed to be here,
but I'm pretty sure I've just seen her.

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Um, I'm pretty sure I've seen you on breakfast TV

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So um, maybe I'm much having a good pill...

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You are Chas, aren't you?
Ц How'd you know that?

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I'm here with the... nutter.

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Chas Chas Chas! Still,
still, listen, listen.

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Let's just...

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Go find her together, huh? I mean,
What's the worst that could happen?

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She tried to kill me twice, got me arrested once.

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I'm banned from 3 pubs, 2 clubs and a cinema...

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OK. Ц Just let me leave quietly.

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- Okay. Okay...
- I have done nothing wrong.

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Nothing wrong?! Taking her to bed!

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Nothing wrong. Where is she? Where is Jess?

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We need to find her. You
need to talk to her.

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She won't talk. She just
chases me with bread knife.

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Oh and tonight she was prepared to end
her life because of what you did to her.

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- Maureen, don't.
- Just?

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Yah, that's where we met her, the top of the tower block

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- Preparing to...
- What?

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Hey, hey, it's jess. Come on.

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How's she doing? Hey

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Do you know what did she take?

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I do not know. Drugs,
alcohol, you know the usual.

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- Are you the father?
- No, I... No!

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I need to know her name. Ц
Uh, we just call her jess.

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Sir, I need her full name.
Ц None of us knew her before tonight.

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You need to wait here.

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She's got no identification on her no, nothing.

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Yeah, well she probably didn't
wanna make identification easy.

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She likes things, you know... difficult.

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Uhm... Hospital, not a fan.
Good drugs, though.

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Late for something?

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No I just, have to make sure I'm
home to make Matty some breakfast.

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- Matty?
- My son.

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- You have a son?
- Yes.

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His breakfast is...
Quite complicated.

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I don't... Um look, if I'm
not going to die tonight,

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It's important that he doesn't
know anything that happened..

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Here she comes.

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Oh boy!

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Okay ...So I got a few things to clarify...

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Number one, my gown's open-backed,

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because they have stolen my clothes.

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So I'm gonna do a twirl for you right now,
and you can have a look at my ass.

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Just once, it's not my best feature

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But something that you'll probably find out
the more we get to know one another.

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Number two...

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It really, it wasn't an overdose.
It was just an accident.

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Honestly, I checked all these pills

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and then... I took some more,
but it was just for fun.

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I'd never kill myself by takings pills.

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I'd probably do something really cool like,

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jumping off the top of the tower block.

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Jess, we were worried.

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I was, was I at number three, or...
I think I was at number four.

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I just wanted to say, thank you so much for caring.

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Because I really um, I really really appreciate it.

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He was worried, I was tryin' to work out
what we are still doing here.

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So, now number five. I think I was
number five... or six... Fuck!

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Is it just me?

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Because it's really fucking cold out here, guys.

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It's really cold.

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Come here.

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Come on in.

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Yes ..

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Thanks.

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Pss! Hey!

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When is the next day after New Year's Eve,

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- When everybody kills themselves?
- Why?

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Valentines day.

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That's 6 weeks away.

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Ok, here's the deal. Nobody
kills themselves until then.

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Why? I mean, why would we wanna do that?

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Why wouldn't we not want to kill ourselves

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if and when and how we want huh?

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Cause, what is the alternative?
It's some sort of race to the finish,

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It's me, checking the obituaries every week

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to see if Martin Sharp is dead.

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No offense, guys, but...

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I don't think your deaths would really make the papers.

247
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Come on, six weeks.

248
00:20:59,240 --> 00:21:01,241
It's not such a ridiculous idea.

249
00:21:01,242 --> 00:21:05,338
Yes, Maureen, has anybody got a pen?
Can I have some paper as well.

250
00:21:06,289 --> 00:21:07,336
Paper.

251
00:21:08,074 --> 00:21:09,421
Great, thanks.

252
00:21:09,583 --> 00:21:11,751
The undersigned,

253
00:21:11,752 --> 00:21:17,805
Do you hereby promise...
not to kill themselves...

254
00:21:17,925 --> 00:21:23,056
Before Valentines day, Maureen,
sign just wherever you like.

255
00:21:28,311 --> 00:21:29,358
Pizza boy?

256
00:21:31,397 --> 00:21:34,401
- But...
- You're dying anyway. Hm?

257
00:21:44,952 --> 00:21:46,044
Martin Sharp.

258
00:21:48,080 --> 00:21:51,209
Life saver... Superman...

259
00:21:54,295 --> 00:21:55,421
Six weeks, Martin.

260
00:21:56,297 --> 00:21:59,466
We'll push you off the top ourselves,

261
00:21:59,467 --> 00:22:00,559
if it makes any difference.

262
00:22:01,594 --> 00:22:03,684
It'll be a little Valentines treat.

263
00:22:03,685 --> 00:22:05,727
Pretty sure we're all gonna live to regret this.

264
00:22:12,063 --> 00:22:14,236
Guys... look.

265
00:22:18,319 --> 00:22:20,287
So this is the new year then...

266
00:22:22,531 --> 00:22:23,532
Yeah...

267
00:22:28,788 --> 00:22:31,790
Hang on, Maureen, just a fucking question here,

268
00:22:31,791 --> 00:22:34,311
Have we just written our pact at
the back of your suicide note?

269
00:22:36,003 --> 00:22:37,095
Oh yes, there is that.

270
00:23:06,283 --> 00:23:08,251
My mom always like to repeat this story of me as a kid

271
00:23:08,252 --> 00:23:10,417
Being asked what I wanted to be when I grow up.

272
00:23:11,455 --> 00:23:16,626
I always used to say: Invisible.
I don't know quite what prompted it,

273
00:23:16,627 --> 00:23:18,675
but the thought of it stuck with me.

274
00:23:19,672 --> 00:23:21,887
It was only later that I found out

275
00:23:21,888 --> 00:23:25,056
that invisibility is in fact the technical possibility.

276
00:23:25,928 --> 00:23:28,209
It was in this book that my sister stole from the library

277
00:23:29,056 --> 00:23:30,228
and I stole from my sister.

278
00:23:31,308 --> 00:23:33,393
I followed her into crime,

279
00:23:33,394 --> 00:23:35,437
though she was better than me.

280
00:23:35,438 --> 00:23:37,528
She always sort of glowed innocence,

281
00:23:37,529 --> 00:23:40,572
Whereas I, to this day, just sort of radiate guilt.

282
00:23:42,611 --> 00:23:44,782
Anyway, to be invisible is easy.

283
00:23:44,783 --> 00:23:46,908
You just have to find a way to diffract light.

284
00:23:46,909 --> 00:23:47,954
Screech

285
00:23:48,826 --> 00:23:51,045
Woaw. Are you trying to
get yourself killed?

286
00:23:52,079 --> 00:23:55,049
I haven't managed it yet, but I'm working on it.

287
00:23:56,167 --> 00:23:58,340
I didn't just follow him, I followed all of them.

288
00:23:59,295 --> 00:24:01,337
And it wasn't stalking.

289
00:24:01,338 --> 00:24:04,636
You stalk a deer in order to kill
it, mount it, stick it on your wall

290
00:24:04,637 --> 00:24:07,762
And tell the story of how fucking
brilliant you are with a shotgun

291
00:24:07,763 --> 00:24:09,762
I didn't wanna kill any of them.

292
00:24:09,763 --> 00:24:11,924
I certainly didn't have any interest in mounting them.

293
00:24:12,850 --> 00:24:16,070
And I don't own a shotgun...
though I'd like one.

294
00:24:17,021 --> 00:24:19,194
I just wanted to check him, invisibly,

295
00:24:20,065 --> 00:24:21,705
To check if they're sticking to the pact.

296
00:24:22,151 --> 00:24:24,370
That's not stalking, it's barely not even an espionage.

297
00:24:26,447 --> 00:24:29,417
Ok...
Now I know why you're ringing.

298
00:24:36,749 --> 00:24:38,797
Pink flamingos flying north on Tuesday.

299
00:24:39,960 --> 00:24:41,044
Hello, Jess.

300
00:24:41,045 --> 00:24:44,174
This is top spy location, Dad.
This is hugely inconspicuous.

301
00:24:46,217 --> 00:24:48,311
Look... Um...

302
00:24:50,262 --> 00:24:52,558
This is a situation, I've invited a...

303
00:24:52,559 --> 00:24:54,604
A situation? That's what
you're referring to it as?

304
00:24:55,476 --> 00:24:57,649
- How else would you refer to it?
- I don't know, Dad.

305
00:25:00,773 --> 00:25:03,902
- You did what you did...
- Yes, I tried to kill myself.

306
00:25:04,902 --> 00:25:08,074
Jess, please don't put words in my mouth.
This is hard enough.

307
00:25:08,075 --> 00:25:09,113
- Is it dad?
- Yes.

308
00:25:09,114 --> 00:25:11,162
Why are we doing this here? Why
can't we just do this at home?

309
00:25:11,163 --> 00:25:14,412
Because the press will be there
and I'm trying to protect you.

310
00:25:14,413 --> 00:25:18,459
Yah well, you've always been
really great at that, haven't you?

311
00:25:18,460 --> 00:25:20,585
Jess... Ц What the
hell are you doing here?

312
00:25:21,669 --> 00:25:24,718
Um... I was invited. Ц You invited?

313
00:25:25,673 --> 00:25:27,801
Politician's daughter. What a surprise!

314
00:25:27,802 --> 00:25:30,053
I called his agent. I
thought we should talk.

315
00:25:30,844 --> 00:25:33,605
You called his agent. He was delighted,
first call he had in a while..

316
00:25:35,099 --> 00:25:37,352
Was it you? You went to the press.

317
00:25:37,353 --> 00:25:40,446
No! I've been trying to
figure it out myself, but...

318
00:25:41,313 --> 00:25:42,397
JJ?

319
00:25:42,398 --> 00:25:45,402
He's too shy. Maureen?

320
00:25:45,568 --> 00:25:46,569
No, no...

321
00:25:47,611 --> 00:25:51,781
Hey, it was fucking Chas! Chas sold us!

322
00:25:51,782 --> 00:25:54,911
My ex-wife rang this morning,
wanted to know what I'd done.

323
00:25:55,119 --> 00:25:57,120
Asking me what she should tell the children.

324
00:25:57,121 --> 00:25:58,166
Oh, I'm gonna fucking kill him.

325
00:25:58,167 --> 00:25:59,717
She told me, I seem to be the only person in

326
00:25:59,730 --> 00:26:01,291
the whole world that the press gets bang on.

327
00:26:01,292 --> 00:26:05,342
If they say I've slept with a 15 yr old, I generally have.

328
00:26:06,297 --> 00:26:08,595
If they say I've come pled suicide, I generally have.

329
00:26:09,466 --> 00:26:11,685
Yes, I read about you with the... girl.

330
00:26:14,680 --> 00:26:16,770
You haven't... you two haven't?

331
00:26:16,771 --> 00:26:18,855
You're asking whether we've slept together?

332
00:26:18,856 --> 00:26:21,942
- You think that I've...
- Martin! At least I'm legal.

333
00:26:21,943 --> 00:26:25,157
Yes, I value our friendship too much to complicate it.

334
00:26:25,158 --> 00:26:29,319
Do you plan to maintain your relationship with Jess?

335
00:26:29,320 --> 00:26:31,410
Yeah, of course he will. We're in a gang.

336
00:26:31,411 --> 00:26:33,406
- We're not in a gang.
- You signed a pact!

337
00:26:33,407 --> 00:26:35,660
Oh, yes, of course the pact, how could I forget?

338
00:26:35,661 --> 00:26:38,663
Yes, Jess and I are friends for life now!

339
00:26:39,747 --> 00:26:42,967
Now look, Martin, I'm sure I didn't have to tell someone

340
00:26:43,792 --> 00:26:46,045
With your media training...

341
00:26:46,920 --> 00:26:50,173
that what we have here, is a media firestorm.

342
00:26:50,174 --> 00:26:55,386
Yes, gentlemen, this is a media firestorm.

343
00:26:55,387 --> 00:26:56,587
- I'll leave you to it.
- Jess!

344
00:26:56,920 --> 00:26:58,487
Why don't you invite him to our family therapy?

345
00:26:58,500 --> 00:26:59,608
You could do that

346
00:26:59,609 --> 00:27:02,769
Why don't you pay him to be you, Dad?

347
00:27:02,770 --> 00:27:04,772
Martin doesn't want my money.

348
00:27:08,776 --> 00:27:09,777
You don't do you?

349
00:27:10,069 --> 00:27:12,117
Has anyone ever told you you're a bit of an idiot?

350
00:27:13,197 --> 00:27:16,246
I'm a politician. That's
all they ever tell me.

351
00:27:19,411 --> 00:27:20,412
- Alright.
- Yep.

352
00:27:22,539 --> 00:27:24,416
- Good luck.
- Yes.

353
00:27:32,800 --> 00:27:36,052
Miss Crichton, a statement?

354
00:27:36,053 --> 00:27:39,138
Why did you choose New Year's Eve?

355
00:27:39,139 --> 00:27:41,140
Please, just one question.

356
00:27:41,141 --> 00:27:44,270
This is the second tragedy for the Crichton family

357
00:27:44,271 --> 00:27:47,489
after the disappearance older
sister Jennifer, 2 years ago.

358
00:27:48,440 --> 00:27:50,659
Jennifer was never found and you have to wonder

359
00:27:51,443 --> 00:27:53,783
How Shadow Education Secretary Chris Crichton,

360
00:27:53,784 --> 00:27:55,907
Will cope with this new strain upon him

361
00:27:55,908 --> 00:27:58,910
- He already knew...
- Come on, come on guys.

362
00:28:19,680 --> 00:28:20,727
Jess?

363
00:28:22,891 --> 00:28:23,938
Can I come in?

364
00:28:27,062 --> 00:28:28,154
Can I come in, Jess?

365
00:28:39,533 --> 00:28:40,659
Where did she go now?

366
00:28:47,958 --> 00:28:48,925
Jess?

367
00:30:15,462 --> 00:30:18,511
- Hello.
- Come... enter.

368
00:30:22,636 --> 00:30:23,637
Wow!

369
00:30:24,721 --> 00:30:28,015
Jess, this is Matty... my son.

370
00:30:28,016 --> 00:30:30,935
I mean... Wow...

371
00:30:30,936 --> 00:30:33,155
You just... you completely wowed me!
Jess...

372
00:30:33,156 --> 00:30:35,231
What's it mean? "Wow"?

373
00:30:35,232 --> 00:30:37,245
Like wow, this is what you've been hiding in here.

374
00:30:37,258 --> 00:30:39,282
Jess, enough!

375
00:30:39,283 --> 00:30:41,326
Sorry...

376
00:30:42,447 --> 00:30:45,538
I wasn't leaving him, that night, there was...

377
00:30:45,539 --> 00:30:47,753
Maureen, no one is accusing you of anything.

378
00:30:47,754 --> 00:30:51,956
Social services would've been
forced to pay for proper care.

379
00:30:51,957 --> 00:30:54,927
I mean the standard of care they
could provide... It's better.

380
00:30:56,044 --> 00:30:59,093
And I don't hide him. I've
never hidden him, never.

381
00:31:00,132 --> 00:31:02,260
Can we get back to the matter in hand?

382
00:31:03,218 --> 00:31:07,348
Yeah, we uh... we forgot how to
get him to leave us all alone.

383
00:31:07,556 --> 00:31:10,605
Okay, I had um, three of them call my cell today.

384
00:31:11,560 --> 00:31:12,732
How did they even get my number?

385
00:31:12,733 --> 00:31:15,688
Yeah, how did Chas even remember you?

386
00:31:15,689 --> 00:31:17,857
This Chas? behind this?

387
00:31:17,858 --> 00:31:20,953
Yeah, I mean you're quite cute,
but you're infinitely forgettable.

388
00:31:20,954 --> 00:31:24,118
They won't... leave us alone.

389
00:31:25,073 --> 00:31:27,246
They'll find out where you live, where Maureen lives...

390
00:31:27,247 --> 00:31:30,453
well they'll be here?
Ц I've been thinking...

391
00:31:30,454 --> 00:31:34,457
What if, we shift the goal post?
Ц Goal post?

392
00:31:34,458 --> 00:31:36,629
Yeah, make it our story, not theirs.

393
00:31:36,630 --> 00:31:38,744
I mean there's even a possibility that we might

394
00:31:38,757 --> 00:31:40,882
be able to make some uh, money out of it.

395
00:31:41,798 --> 00:31:44,050
Money?
- Yeah, money, that would be good for Matty wouldn't it?

396
00:31:44,051 --> 00:31:46,930
I'm sure JJ would like a break from pizzas.

397
00:31:46,931 --> 00:31:50,103
And as uh, unemployed, disgraced talk show
host, I could certainly do with it.

398
00:31:50,307 --> 00:31:52,355
I don't want Matty in the papers.

399
00:31:52,356 --> 00:31:54,445
We can't stop that.

400
00:31:55,479 --> 00:32:00,608
But at least this way... we
won't lose out entirely.

401
00:32:00,609 --> 00:32:04,779
- By telling our story...
- What story?

402
00:32:04,780 --> 00:32:06,908
We went up and came back down again.

403
00:32:07,741 --> 00:32:10,039
They sold newspapers off our backs.

404
00:32:10,869 --> 00:32:13,042
Isn't it time we got something out of it I...

405
00:32:16,333 --> 00:32:19,303
Yes, I agree. Ц Good. Great.

406
00:32:20,295 --> 00:32:21,512
You? Eh?

407
00:32:22,381 --> 00:32:25,681
Yeah, I mean... if you think
it's right, Martin, I'm in.

408
00:32:26,593 --> 00:32:29,597
And I'm fine financially.
Cause you know I got my dad to nick from.

409
00:32:29,805 --> 00:32:30,806
Oh...

410
00:32:31,848 --> 00:32:37,105
But .. if we were to make
the story, a fun one.

411
00:32:49,408 --> 00:32:50,580
Jess, Jess...

412
00:32:53,787 --> 00:32:55,664
Let me tell you a story.

413
00:32:55,831 --> 00:33:00,883
We're up there... and
we were ready to go...

414
00:33:01,920 --> 00:33:05,094
And we felt this presence.

415
00:33:05,298 --> 00:33:10,428
I would describe it... as a light.

416
00:33:10,429 --> 00:33:13,639
An ethereal glowing.

417
00:33:13,640 --> 00:33:14,607
It was an angel.

418
00:33:16,560 --> 00:33:20,656
We were visited by an angel.
And it looked like Matt Damon.

419
00:33:21,773 --> 00:33:22,774
Matt Damon.

420
00:33:23,942 --> 00:33:26,866
Oh, 'fuck it. Yeah, I'm with her.

421
00:33:28,071 --> 00:33:30,161
It looked like Matt Damon.
Who is Matt Damon?

422
00:33:30,162 --> 00:33:33,286
No, it wasn't really a physical angel,
it was more of a uh...

423
00:33:33,287 --> 00:33:35,456
Is that what Jess told you?
What else did she say?

424
00:33:35,457 --> 00:33:40,541
And he was naked, and he said, he literally
decreed УThou shall not die tonight.Ф

425
00:33:40,542 --> 00:33:41,863
"It's not your time yet arrived."

426
00:33:42,544 --> 00:33:44,759
I mean this is Matt Damon, the angel naked.
Nude?

427
00:33:44,760 --> 00:33:48,928
Maybe we shouldn't write all of this down.
Could I talk to your editor?

428
00:33:48,929 --> 00:33:50,927
He used to be a good mate of mine.
An actor?

429
00:33:52,929 --> 00:33:54,099
What film has he been in?

430
00:33:54,100 --> 00:33:56,225
You're not actually gonna print this, are you?

431
00:33:56,226 --> 00:33:58,272
Yeah, yeah no, that's how it went.

432
00:34:03,440 --> 00:34:05,568
I had an interesting thing happened today.

433
00:34:06,443 --> 00:34:08,537
- Did you?
- Let me guess:

434
00:34:08,695 --> 00:34:10,095
Your second daughter humiliated you

435
00:34:10,655 --> 00:34:12,783
on the pages of the national press?

436
00:34:15,035 --> 00:34:18,079
Actually no. I was in the members' spa...

437
00:34:18,080 --> 00:34:22,381
And somebody came up to you, and said
"Chris was that your daughter,

438
00:34:22,382 --> 00:34:25,424
on pages of the national press?"

439
00:34:26,296 --> 00:34:28,469
People have laughed at me for a long time,

440
00:34:28,470 --> 00:34:32,766
but I did prefer it when they didn't laugh at you.

441
00:34:36,723 --> 00:34:41,102
An angel... you told them you saw an angel.

442
00:34:41,103 --> 00:34:42,061
Chris.

443
00:34:42,062 --> 00:34:45,191
And did it looked like Jennifer.
Is that what you said?

444
00:34:48,360 --> 00:34:49,361
No.

445
00:34:52,572 --> 00:34:57,544
No, dad... I didn't tell them
it looked like Jennifer.

446
00:35:02,874 --> 00:35:05,844
I told them that it looked like Matt Damon.

447
00:35:08,088 --> 00:35:08,588
1...>

448
00:35:13,218 --> 00:35:15,469
Many of us have been transfixed

449
00:35:15,470 --> 00:35:19,520
By the story of the topper house 4
and the angel that visited them.

450
00:35:19,858 --> 00:35:21,692
And we are so lucky here on "Rise and Shine with Penny"

451
00:35:21,693 --> 00:35:24,687
To have them with us in the studio today.

452
00:35:24,688 --> 00:35:26,816
One of them certainly needs no introduction, Martin

453
00:35:26,817 --> 00:35:29,859
Martin Sharp, my old co-host.

454
00:35:29,860 --> 00:35:33,114
Penny, it's an honor to be back on this
old sofa again with you

455
00:35:33,115 --> 00:35:34,687
and I'd really like to take this opportunity

456
00:35:34,700 --> 00:35:36,282
to correct a few misconceptions

457
00:35:36,283 --> 00:35:39,287
About this so-called angel... Ц And we will
absolutely have time for that, Martin,

458
00:35:39,288 --> 00:35:42,458
but it would be remiss of me not to begin the interview

459
00:35:42,459 --> 00:35:46,426
With a bit of background on what's been
happening to you in the last 12 months

460
00:35:49,629 --> 00:35:50,796
Yes, well...

461
00:35:50,797 --> 00:35:53,801
Yes, well Penny, currently I'm
juggling various job opportunities

462
00:35:53,802 --> 00:35:55,894
Concentrating on being a father.

463
00:35:57,053 --> 00:36:01,227
And before that I was imprisoned, but what
we would actually like to talk to you about

464
00:36:01,228 --> 00:36:03,397
Is what we allegedly saw on the roof...

465
00:36:04,227 --> 00:36:06,442
And of course the reason that you were imprisoned

466
00:36:06,443 --> 00:36:09,487
was an inappropriate relationship
with an under-aged girl?

467
00:36:12,611 --> 00:36:13,656
That's right, Penny.

468
00:36:13,657 --> 00:36:15,743
And this incident, this sex offense,

469
00:36:15,744 --> 00:36:18,868
Led you to lose your job, your
home, your family, and finally,

470
00:36:18,869 --> 00:36:21,118
drove you to suicidal feelings.

471
00:36:21,119 --> 00:36:22,120
That's right, Penny.

472
00:36:22,954 --> 00:36:27,300
Which is of course where he met you lovely people...

473
00:36:28,168 --> 00:36:30,336
Yes, we all met up there.

474
00:36:30,337 --> 00:36:33,466
And where you saw your angel that looked like Matt Damon?

475
00:36:33,467 --> 00:36:35,559
- Tell me more.
- Hi, sorry.

476
00:36:35,717 --> 00:36:38,687
It wasn't an angel. It was more of a light.

477
00:36:39,638 --> 00:36:41,766
We never agreed on an angel!
- Now, Jess...

478
00:36:42,766 --> 00:36:45,019
I really... talk to the
other people before you...

479
00:36:45,020 --> 00:36:47,064
We know you mostly through your father,

480
00:36:47,065 --> 00:36:49,233
Shadow Education Secretary, Chris Crichton...

481
00:36:49,234 --> 00:36:53,279
You should probably talk to JJ,
because he is... is really interesting.

482
00:36:53,280 --> 00:36:56,530
I'm sure he is... (Laughs) I'm
sure you're all fascinating.

483
00:36:56,531 --> 00:36:59,657
But Jess, my sympathy is particularly with you

484
00:36:59,658 --> 00:37:02,662
Because of the devastating disappearance
of your sister Jennifer.

485
00:37:03,703 --> 00:37:06,673
Ah, you should talk to Maureen. Um...

486
00:37:07,791 --> 00:37:08,917
His son lives in a cage.

487
00:37:09,834 --> 00:37:13,930
But Jess let's focus on you... It's okay.

488
00:37:15,215 --> 00:37:16,262
Were you close?

489
00:37:17,384 --> 00:37:21,428
Penny, why don't you ask someone else a question?

490
00:37:21,429 --> 00:37:24,433
My old co-host still trying
to co-host me there.

491
00:37:25,558 --> 00:37:28,653
Jess, tell me, was that what drove you up there?

492
00:37:29,646 --> 00:37:32,741
Jennifer's disappearance? It
must have been so painful.

493
00:37:32,941 --> 00:37:38,072
I can see you're getting upset.
You must have felt so alone.

494
00:37:39,030 --> 00:37:41,249
I said talk to Maureen, bitch!

495
00:37:42,242 --> 00:37:43,563
Many apologies. As you can see...

496
00:37:44,202 --> 00:37:46,455
--I told you to fucking listen to me.

497
00:37:48,623 --> 00:37:50,500
<Jess! Jess, come back!

498
00:38:16,526 --> 00:38:17,026
It's you!

499
00:38:17,527 --> 00:38:21,703
Hey, I was just checking to see
if you're uh ...you're okay

500
00:38:21,865 --> 00:38:24,914
Yeah, never better champ.

501
00:38:27,120 --> 00:38:29,088
That right?

502
00:38:33,335 --> 00:38:35,258
You gonna keep following me?

503
00:38:36,296 --> 00:38:37,417
You know where you're going?

504
00:38:37,547 --> 00:38:40,642
Yeah, you know where I'm going,
I'm going where I always go

505
00:38:41,634 --> 00:38:42,635
Yeah?

506
00:38:45,847 --> 00:38:47,893
Can you walk beside me, not behind me,

507
00:38:47,894 --> 00:38:49,814
Cause my ass isn't my best feature.

508
00:38:51,061 --> 00:38:53,155
Yeah, you uh.. you mentioned that.

509
00:38:59,235 --> 00:39:00,452
This is where she parks it.

510
00:39:00,453 --> 00:39:02,493
- Park what?
- Mom's car.

511
00:39:03,448 --> 00:39:04,573
My car.

512
00:39:04,574 --> 00:39:06,702
It was gonna be my car when Jen went to university.

513
00:39:10,705 --> 00:39:13,834
Found the car...
Didn't find her.

514
00:39:15,043 --> 00:39:16,920
You know, she just gone.

515
00:39:20,090 --> 00:39:22,184
Perhaps she learned how to be invisible.

516
00:39:23,385 --> 00:39:25,228
It must be tough.

517
00:39:27,347 --> 00:39:29,475
My dad organizes this nation-wide search.

518
00:39:29,476 --> 00:39:30,600
Really really got into it.

519
00:39:31,601 --> 00:39:35,856
Mom... from the beginning
she just gave up hope.

520
00:39:40,902 --> 00:39:44,247
Anyway... at least I don't have cancer.

521
00:39:47,367 --> 00:39:51,292
Yeah... yeah...

522
00:39:55,708 --> 00:39:57,631
You don't have cancer, do you?

523
00:39:58,628 --> 00:39:59,629
What?

524
00:40:01,756 --> 00:40:02,848
I can see it. I can tell.

525
00:40:03,842 --> 00:40:07,014
If I look healthy, it's because of
the drug regimen I'm on right now.

526
00:40:07,015 --> 00:40:09,101
I've never seen you take a single pill.

527
00:40:09,102 --> 00:40:11,316
Well the drug regimen-- put in minimal.

528
00:40:11,317 --> 00:40:15,477
JJ... I'm a professional liar.

529
00:40:15,478 --> 00:40:17,480
You're not even a competent one.

530
00:40:22,652 --> 00:40:26,253
It just came out, you know...
I wanted to...

531
00:40:26,266 --> 00:40:29,877
couldn't take it back so...

532
00:40:34,122 --> 00:40:36,290
You weren't gonna jump weren't you?

533
00:40:36,291 --> 00:40:39,331
- You were just delivering pizzas
and then you got too polite.
- Yes, I was...

534
00:40:40,253 --> 00:40:41,379
I was gonna jump, yeah.

535
00:40:42,422 --> 00:40:43,423
Why?

536
00:40:43,631 --> 00:40:44,632
Why? Um...

537
00:40:46,593 --> 00:40:47,954
It's a simple enough question, JJ.

538
00:40:50,680 --> 00:40:53,854
You're a pedophile! Like Martin!

539
00:40:55,101 --> 00:40:57,186
What are the chances of that?

540
00:40:57,187 --> 00:41:02,193
Four suicidalists, one roof, two of them pedophiles,

541
00:41:03,193 --> 00:41:04,473
That's practically a convention.

542
00:41:05,320 --> 00:41:07,573
I know, I shouldn't have lied. It's just...

543
00:41:07,574 --> 00:41:12,499
cancer seemed... easier.

544
00:41:14,621 --> 00:41:15,793
You're a strange guy JJ.

545
00:41:18,958 --> 00:41:21,001
Fuck it. I'm stranger.

546
00:41:21,002 --> 00:41:23,322
I like coming, hang out place where my sister disappeared.

547
00:41:28,384 --> 00:41:29,431
Look.

548
00:41:30,386 --> 00:41:31,470
What?

549
00:41:31,471 --> 00:41:35,601
Swifts. You know my favourite
thing about swifts?

550
00:41:36,643 --> 00:41:38,769
They nest on their wing.

551
00:41:38,770 --> 00:41:40,818
They're born and then they're fed

552
00:41:41,856 --> 00:41:45,076
The moment they leave the birth place,
they don't come down for 2 years

553
00:41:45,860 --> 00:41:48,158
until they're ready to trade other baby swifts.

554
00:41:49,072 --> 00:41:50,198
Oh my gosh...

555
00:41:53,201 --> 00:41:57,547
You're a bird watcher!
That's why you wanted to kill yourself...

556
00:42:00,583 --> 00:42:02,677
You know, I understand now.

557
00:42:03,586 --> 00:42:04,758
- Oh yeah?
- Yeah

558
00:42:05,797 --> 00:42:06,798
Good, good

559
00:42:09,823 --> 00:42:12,823
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560
00:42:16,307 --> 00:42:20,312
One elephant. Two elephants...

561
00:42:22,397 --> 00:42:25,651
Three elephants. Four elephants...

562
00:42:27,652 --> 00:42:31,657
On elephant. Two elephants...

563
00:42:32,949 --> 00:42:35,043
Three elef...

564
00:42:36,077 --> 00:42:36,919
Fuck!

565
00:42:37,954 --> 00:42:40,048
My first band was called Geppetto.

566
00:42:40,164 --> 00:42:41,290
We were a grunge band,

567
00:42:41,291 --> 00:42:43,293
After grunge had long been forgotten.

568
00:42:44,335 --> 00:42:46,383
Timing has never been my strong suit.

569
00:42:47,463 --> 00:42:50,433
We came third in the Idaho state Battle of the Bands.

570
00:42:50,633 --> 00:42:54,604
We got our pictures in the paper.
And I was recognized in the mall.

571
00:42:55,680 --> 00:42:57,728
For me that was fame.

572
00:42:57,932 --> 00:43:01,857
But fame like this. But
the "Topper House 4".

573
00:43:02,103 --> 00:43:04,151
Suicide again then, is it?

574
00:43:05,064 --> 00:43:08,239
Hi, Gladys... There's
press still about

575
00:43:09,360 --> 00:43:10,327
yeah.

576
00:43:22,790 --> 00:43:25,009
And in me at three weeks we not only not died,

577
00:43:25,918 --> 00:43:28,089
but we've been on the front pages of all the tabloids

578
00:43:28,090 --> 00:43:30,088
and led many people to believe again

579
00:43:30,089 --> 00:43:32,217
In the existence of angels.

580
00:43:33,259 --> 00:43:35,261
Or at least Jess had.

581
00:43:35,470 --> 00:43:38,474
We even had questions asked about us in parliament,

582
00:43:38,475 --> 00:43:41,568
Though that might have been just to embarrass Jess' dad.

583
00:43:42,644 --> 00:43:45,729
It was Martin who suggested getting away

584
00:43:45,730 --> 00:43:47,732
He said we'd be like Butch and Sundance

585
00:43:47,940 --> 00:43:50,910
Jess reminded him that didn't work out so well for them

586
00:43:52,070 --> 00:43:55,244
But it seemed like a good idea, get away and hope

587
00:43:55,245 --> 00:43:57,240
That by the time we got back

588
00:43:57,241 --> 00:43:59,601
We'd be forgotten and the world would be a kinder place...

589
00:44:00,328 --> 00:44:02,330
to us and for us.

590
00:44:02,580 --> 00:44:05,550
I wish I had thought life a better option than death.

591
00:44:05,708 --> 00:44:09,713
But I didn't and wishing wasn't gonna fix it

592
00:44:10,797 --> 00:44:12,843
To quote one of Geppetto's songs:

593
00:44:12,844 --> 00:44:16,094
"I don't mind the pain. It's
the hope that kills me."

594
00:44:17,053 --> 00:44:19,179
Yeah, we were pretty deep.

595
00:44:19,180 --> 00:44:22,265
--before the end of the holiday

596
00:44:22,266 --> 00:44:25,310
- Punches?
- Like kicks, or slaps, or tickles.

597
00:44:25,311 --> 00:44:26,426
One of us will use physical violence against

598
00:44:26,439 --> 00:44:27,564
one or the other, before the week's out.

599
00:44:27,565 --> 00:44:30,567
- OK.
- This holiday is going to be disaster.

600
00:44:30,568 --> 00:44:33,652
I hope so. Ц So who's
looking after Matty Maureen?

601
00:44:33,653 --> 00:44:34,870
No one she's just left food in the fridge

602
00:44:34,871 --> 00:44:36,864
And some wet wipes by the bed.

603
00:44:38,032 --> 00:44:40,080
I'm sure the break would do you both good.

604
00:44:40,868 --> 00:44:43,868
Yeah, that's what Dr. Stephens said.
He's taking him for a week observation.

605
00:44:44,080 --> 00:44:45,206
Your boarding pass, ma'am.

606
00:44:46,124 --> 00:44:48,124
Your boarding pass with your flight details on it.

607
00:44:48,167 --> 00:44:49,488
You will hand it in the check-in.

608
00:44:50,461 --> 00:44:53,431
This?
- And your passport.

609
00:44:54,424 --> 00:44:55,425
Ok.

610
00:45:02,765 --> 00:45:03,891
- Thank you.
- Here you go.

611
00:45:12,233 --> 00:45:13,200
Thank you very much.

612
00:45:13,359 --> 00:45:15,444
Maureen? Maureen!

613
00:45:15,445 --> 00:45:18,415
- Uh, no sorry you can't go back.
- Maureen, stop!

614
00:45:18,416 --> 00:45:19,614
It's just a trip!

615
00:45:19,615 --> 00:45:22,706
Just a trip till all this press nonsense blows over.

616
00:45:22,707 --> 00:45:25,876
_ It's just for the best. Ц I
know, it's just all too much.

617
00:45:26,706 --> 00:45:27,914
I don't know you.

618
00:45:27,915 --> 00:45:32,136
And I don't travel well... and
I've never been on a plane before.

619
00:45:32,920 --> 00:45:34,217
You've never been on a plane before?

620
00:45:34,218 --> 00:45:35,214
Shut up Jess.

621
00:45:36,299 --> 00:45:40,391
Maureen, if you're afraid of flying...
I'm not afraid of flying,

622
00:45:40,392 --> 00:45:43,602
it's just um... I didn't
want to be in the papers,

623
00:45:43,603 --> 00:45:46,647
And I didn't want to be on TV and
I don't want to be here now. I just...

624
00:45:47,685 --> 00:45:50,655
I just want to go back to my old life, okay?

625
00:45:50,813 --> 00:45:53,817
Well, your old life wasn't very good.
Maureen.

626
00:45:54,942 --> 00:45:57,068
Look, we made a pact.

627
00:46:06,454 --> 00:46:07,501
It's gonna be fine.

628
00:46:09,624 --> 00:46:10,625
Come on.

629
00:46:42,865 --> 00:46:44,908
To a good holiday!

630
00:46:46,077 --> 00:46:50,207
Good Afternoon! My name is Angelo
and I will be your waiter.

631
00:46:50,208 --> 00:46:53,255
Well, sometimes I will. Other
times I will be there.

632
00:46:55,294 --> 00:46:57,546
_ just a joke. But real, but a joke.

633
00:46:57,547 --> 00:46:59,464
Hello, Angelo.

634
00:46:59,465 --> 00:47:00,786
So you're from England? How nice.

635
00:47:01,551 --> 00:47:03,485
Yeah, you knew that Angelo, you just talked English to us.

636
00:47:03,636 --> 00:47:07,732
I did, I did... He always
this clever your husband?

637
00:47:07,932 --> 00:47:10,060
He's not her husband. Ц Let me guess...

638
00:47:11,018 --> 00:47:13,064
- You're all lovers, right?
- What?

639
00:47:13,065 --> 00:47:14,234
Yes, right. Ц we are!

640
00:47:14,235 --> 00:47:16,073
Yes, right.

641
00:47:16,232 --> 00:47:19,281
I bring Vaseline and Maureen always brings the dildo.

642
00:47:20,319 --> 00:47:22,447
Someone told me a joke about Vaseline once,

643
00:47:22,448 --> 00:47:24,614
but I can't entirely remember.

644
00:47:24,615 --> 00:47:26,743
It then continues to drink, so you will be remembered.

645
00:47:26,744 --> 00:47:29,666
Oh Maureen, you must keep drinking till you remember...

646
00:47:29,829 --> 00:47:31,831
<we're happy

647
00:47:46,554 --> 00:47:49,603
Oh... the sun is so fierce.

648
00:47:50,558 --> 00:47:52,773
And the sea is so sparkly and blue...

649
00:47:52,774 --> 00:47:55,815
Oh, Maureen, tell me that you've seen the sea before?

650
00:47:55,816 --> 00:47:57,736
Yes I've seen the sea before.

651
00:47:57,899 --> 00:47:58,900
Hey, are we going in?

652
00:47:59,901 --> 00:48:01,114
- No.
- Of course we are!

653
00:48:01,115 --> 00:48:04,080
- But we're not on our swimming costumes!
- Underwear will be fine.

654
00:48:05,114 --> 00:48:06,239
You are dangerous!

655
00:48:06,240 --> 00:48:08,334
I do not want... No, no, no. Please no!

656
00:48:09,201 --> 00:48:12,296
- Come on, take it!
- Are you ready? Come on, come on, come on!

657
00:48:13,414 --> 00:48:14,586
Keep going, keep going, eh!

658
00:48:45,780 --> 00:48:46,906
Hey... hi.

659
00:48:48,866 --> 00:48:49,867
Hey.

660
00:48:54,163 --> 00:48:56,257
Maureen just called me up on the hotel phone.

661
00:48:57,124 --> 00:48:59,172
Surprised to have her own bathroom.

662
00:48:59,460 --> 00:49:02,382
She thinks this place is the height of luxury.

663
00:49:02,383 --> 00:49:03,597
Yeah, it is kinda cool, huh?

664
00:49:05,466 --> 00:49:07,594
Cheapest place I've stayed in for 20 years.

665
00:49:08,719 --> 00:49:09,719
Yeah?

666
00:49:09,720 --> 00:49:16,059
It doesn't feels strange does it?
Us, being away together.

667
00:49:16,060 --> 00:49:18,108
No... no, it feels good.

668
00:49:19,021 --> 00:49:22,195
I thought I knew dealing with press...
and then...

669
00:49:22,358 --> 00:49:24,442
Then what? Jess smacked down?

670
00:49:24,443 --> 00:49:28,414
No not at all, then I realized I got it
all wrong, I thought people would like it

671
00:49:29,532 --> 00:49:31,705
I thought we'd make money and people would find it

672
00:49:32,535 --> 00:49:34,833
Eccentric, and heart-warming.
Ц heart-warming?

673
00:49:34,834 --> 00:49:37,958
Four people survived suicide, found hope.,

674
00:49:38,791 --> 00:49:40,041
bla, bla...

675
00:49:40,042 --> 00:49:43,046
I mean it's the kind of good news story that press love.

676
00:49:47,174 --> 00:49:52,351
But... I underestimated
how much they hate me.

677
00:49:53,389 --> 00:49:55,437
This is not just about you, Martin.

678
00:49:57,601 --> 00:50:00,650
You know... I envy you.

679
00:50:01,772 --> 00:50:05,026
You, your cancer, I mean it's so...
cut and dry.

680
00:50:05,901 --> 00:50:09,155
No, really, really, JJ, I am so impressed with you.

681
00:50:10,114 --> 00:50:12,242
I mean, you hardly let it face you.

682
00:50:13,200 --> 00:50:16,295
And that is something to drink to.
Here you go.

683
00:50:18,372 --> 00:50:19,498
Put airs on your chest.

684
00:50:23,753 --> 00:50:24,754
Your health.

685
00:50:30,051 --> 00:50:32,895
You know what I feel when I wake up in the morning?

686
00:50:36,140 --> 00:50:37,141
Humiliated.

687
00:50:39,310 --> 00:50:43,406
Do you know what I feel at lunchtime?
Humiliated.

688
00:50:44,523 --> 00:50:48,735
My life is a constant stream of humiliation.

689
00:50:48,736 --> 00:50:50,830
I don't feel sad, I don't feel angry, I just feel...

690
00:50:52,948 --> 00:50:54,040
humiliated.

691
00:50:57,119 --> 00:50:58,120
Yeah...

692
00:50:59,205 --> 00:51:01,173
To humiliation.

693
00:51:05,419 --> 00:51:09,631
Okay .. God gives you 3 wishes.

694
00:51:09,632 --> 00:51:12,759
Ah! God is not some-- machine, Martin.

695
00:51:12,760 --> 00:51:16,936
He doesn't just give wishes.
Three Wishes. Anything you want.

696
00:51:16,937 --> 00:51:20,026
That's easy. Billions of pounds and...

697
00:51:20,935 --> 00:51:24,064
My own personal hitman and...

698
00:51:25,189 --> 00:51:28,159
a court waiver over anything I want to do.

699
00:51:29,360 --> 00:51:30,361
Really?

700
00:51:32,404 --> 00:51:35,624
I... I want a bit 'more... help.

701
00:51:37,535 --> 00:51:38,787
A bit 'more of a... life.

702
00:51:39,703 --> 00:51:43,833
What a bit 'more of a life?
Ц Just what other people ...have.

703
00:51:44,834 --> 00:51:45,926
What other people have?

704
00:51:48,045 --> 00:51:51,219
And I wish my son all better.
That's why I don't do wishes.

705
00:51:54,218 --> 00:51:57,347
I'd want to be famous again.
The right kind of famous.

706
00:51:57,555 --> 00:51:59,639
I mean being famous is great.

707
00:51:59,640 --> 00:52:01,686
Everyone thinks it's difficult, but it's not.

708
00:52:01,687 --> 00:52:04,654
I mean you get to have best seats in restaurants,

709
00:52:04,854 --> 00:52:07,903
People smile at you on planes...
it's great.

710
00:52:08,858 --> 00:52:12,203
Whatever you do, you feel vindicated by your own fame.

711
00:52:12,204 --> 00:52:16,199
And you never... ever feel humiliated.

712
00:52:17,366 --> 00:52:20,451
Well, certainly better than real life.

713
00:52:20,452 --> 00:52:24,664
Wow, you're so deep...

714
00:52:24,665 --> 00:52:27,714
- No, just honest.
- Martin is...

715
00:52:28,627 --> 00:52:30,846
What? You're nothing if you're not noticed.

716
00:52:30,847 --> 00:52:32,840
Ok, fame or your kids?

717
00:52:34,884 --> 00:52:37,012
- Hmmm
- C'mon, you don't mean that.

718
00:52:37,013 --> 00:52:38,012
Don't I?

719
00:52:38,220 --> 00:52:41,269
Okay, this is a bad game.

720
00:52:47,479 --> 00:52:53,532
Ok... wonder what JJ
would choose, 3 wishes,

721
00:52:54,653 --> 00:52:58,908
cause obviously you'd want to cure your cancer, for start.

722
00:53:01,118 --> 00:53:03,166
Now, I'm gonna go use the restroom.

723
00:53:04,079 --> 00:53:05,787
Then you'd probably want loads of money so

724
00:53:05,800 --> 00:53:07,519
that you could donate it to cancer research.

725
00:53:08,209 --> 00:53:11,258
You know other people are allowed to be in pain.

726
00:53:11,420 --> 00:53:12,512
You know that, Jess?

727
00:53:17,635 --> 00:53:21,731
Hey, es amigos ingleses how are we doing tonight?

728
00:53:23,849 --> 00:53:27,101
No, leave it. He'll be fine.

729
00:53:27,102 --> 00:53:29,104
Great! Keep drinking.

730
00:53:37,529 --> 00:53:39,406
You're sitting in my seat.

731
00:53:39,657 --> 00:53:40,658
What?

732
00:53:41,533 --> 00:53:44,662
I'd find another seat, but
you're also sitting on my shawl.

733
00:53:44,828 --> 00:53:48,878
Oh, shit, sorry... um.

734
00:53:57,174 --> 00:53:59,393
You know I think I recognize you from somewhere.

735
00:54:02,471 --> 00:54:04,519
Yeah .. There's this thing...

736
00:54:05,683 --> 00:54:09,608
May have been in the papers, I've been recently so.

737
00:54:10,771 --> 00:54:11,772
No, that's not it.

738
00:54:14,024 --> 00:54:15,025
Oh.

739
00:54:17,069 --> 00:54:18,036
Are you in a band?

740
00:54:20,155 --> 00:54:23,199
- What?
- Yes you supported of Alt J.

741
00:54:23,200 --> 00:54:25,453
- Yeah!
- Manchester Towers!
- Two years ago.

742
00:54:25,454 --> 00:54:27,500
It was the first time we came to Britain.

743
00:54:28,372 --> 00:54:31,093
- You're the frontman, right? Ц Yeah
- I remember loving your lyrics.

744
00:54:31,750 --> 00:54:35,755
Really? Yeah, wow! you know I wrote those

745
00:54:36,755 --> 00:54:38,883
Adolescence shit mostly...

746
00:54:40,926 --> 00:54:43,052
Are you still serious about it?

747
00:54:43,053 --> 00:54:48,150
- Ah... I was, now, not so.
- What's your name?

748
00:54:49,310 --> 00:54:52,439
- JJ.
- Which stands for?

749
00:54:54,440 --> 00:54:57,489
John Julius...

750
00:54:58,777 --> 00:55:01,906
Hi John Julius. I'm Kathy.

751
00:55:02,865 --> 00:55:04,833
Hello, Kathy.

752
00:55:08,037 --> 00:55:09,120
Wow!

753
00:55:17,379 --> 00:55:18,629
This is brilliant!

754
00:55:18,630 --> 00:55:23,557
I love it! She's beautiful.

755
00:55:24,678 --> 00:55:27,773
- Who's that?
- That, is uh... my uncle.

756
00:55:28,015 --> 00:55:32,111
I think I recognize him. Ц Yeah, he's...
vaguely famous.

757
00:55:33,020 --> 00:55:34,658
A fellow musician with a vaguely famous uncle.

758
00:55:34,671 --> 00:55:36,320
I'm a lucky girl!

759
00:55:36,321 --> 00:55:39,285
I love it! See you later, baby.

760
00:55:54,041 --> 00:55:55,918
- Come on, come on!
- Why is that?

761
00:55:56,085 --> 00:55:59,128
- We're going to dance.
- No, Martin, I...

762
00:55:59,129 --> 00:56:00,176
No, no, come on!

763
00:56:31,453 --> 00:56:34,539
So... you're out here on your own?

764
00:56:34,540 --> 00:56:39,671
Hm-hm. Other people just crowd
and make it about themselves.

765
00:56:40,754 --> 00:56:43,849
So, you're here with family, and your uncle...

766
00:56:43,850 --> 00:56:48,187
Um... yes, a bit of
family, friends, sort of.

767
00:56:50,180 --> 00:56:54,401
But you don't like them?
I mean you run away from them at the bar.

768
00:56:55,269 --> 00:56:59,570
No, it's just that they can be a little...
a little intense.

769
00:57:00,566 --> 00:57:04,742
Hm-hm. And you don't like intense?

770
00:57:05,779 --> 00:57:12,162
No... I can't really talk,
because I'm intense.

771
00:57:14,163 --> 00:57:15,164
Good.

772
00:57:16,248 --> 00:57:17,823
Because if you're looking
for a neurosis-free

773
00:57:17,836 --> 00:57:19,422
girl, you're might out of luck.

774
00:57:20,335 --> 00:57:21,382
- Oh, yah?
- Yah.

775
00:57:22,379 --> 00:57:23,629
Really? Yah.

776
00:57:23,630 --> 00:57:27,555
I once set fire to my hair, just to see what'll happen.

777
00:57:28,635 --> 00:57:30,850
I was 10 and it didn't improve my look.

778
00:57:30,851 --> 00:57:32,940
Oh, that's nothing when I was a kid.

779
00:57:32,941 --> 00:57:36,100
I jumped off our roof,

780
00:57:36,101 --> 00:57:38,149
Just to see if I could hurt myself.

781
00:57:38,150 --> 00:57:43,399
And, yeah, I broke my leg...
And I didn't like it.

782
00:57:43,400 --> 00:57:45,277
Okay, well how's this, it was kinda like.

783
00:57:45,444 --> 00:57:48,446
I carved my ex-boyfriend's initials

784
00:57:48,447 --> 00:57:50,666
Into my left inner thigh, as a way of telling him

785
00:57:51,533 --> 00:57:53,706
that no one else would ever see that.
Beat that!

786
00:57:55,704 --> 00:58:01,125
Easy. I recently told some
people that I had cancer

787
00:58:01,126 --> 00:58:04,212
to avoid telling them the real reason,

788
00:58:04,213 --> 00:58:07,183
I had for attempting suicide.

789
00:58:08,217 --> 00:58:11,469
That is intense. What was the real reason?

790
00:58:11,470 --> 00:58:14,519
I... I don't know.

791
00:58:15,474 --> 00:58:17,727
I do know that I am now part of a pact

792
00:58:18,769 --> 00:58:21,773
- That I had to lie to become...
- What pact?

793
00:58:24,066 --> 00:58:28,110
Just uh... just bunch of desperate people

794
00:58:28,111 --> 00:58:30,154
being desperate together,

795
00:58:30,155 --> 00:58:33,204
As a way of feeling a little less desperate.

796
00:58:35,410 --> 00:58:38,414
Ok, you win the psycho game.

797
00:58:39,456 --> 00:58:42,710
Good, good... well I've always
wanted to win that game.

798
00:59:00,477 --> 00:59:03,356
I haven't done this for a while, so...

799
00:59:47,232 --> 00:59:49,403
- Okay, now I'm gonna say something.
- Oh, fuck!

800
00:59:49,404 --> 00:59:51,365
Because if I wait and say something

801
00:59:51,366 --> 00:59:54,452
and you started to make a piss,
I think that'd probably be worse.

802
00:59:54,453 --> 00:59:55,665
Wait, how did you even...

803
00:59:56,450 --> 00:59:57,970
Just a credit card and a bit 'of spit.

804
00:59:58,577 --> 01:00:00,830
The hotel security is not--

805
01:00:01,830 --> 01:00:03,798
How long have you been there?

806
01:00:09,046 --> 01:00:12,095
Just really wanted to apologize...

807
01:00:12,382 --> 01:00:14,342
for earlier.

808
01:00:14,343 --> 01:00:16,880
Because I don't know
why I said that. And

809
01:00:16,893 --> 01:00:19,440
then I was probably gonna try and shank you.

810
01:00:22,601 --> 01:00:24,772
She's really pretty, though. So, well done.

811
01:00:24,773 --> 01:00:26,816
Hey... Ц You don't have to say anything,

812
01:00:26,817 --> 01:00:28,861
You can take that one as a compliment.

813
01:00:29,941 --> 01:00:33,036
So... I'll just leave quietly.

814
01:00:35,155 --> 01:00:37,283
- Look, Jess...
- No, no, really...

815
01:00:37,284 --> 01:00:39,284
I'd prefer if you don't say anything.

816
01:00:42,454 --> 01:00:44,548
You do knows she's a journalist though, right?

817
01:00:45,707 --> 01:00:47,675
What? Ц Looked in the bag.

818
01:00:48,627 --> 01:00:50,846
Saw a-- recorder, in the bar.

819
01:00:52,839 --> 01:00:55,888
Oh, shit...
Ц So she fucked you though right?...

820
01:01:02,391 --> 01:01:03,392
Hey, hey...

821
01:03:13,396 --> 01:03:14,443
I think it's sweet.

822
01:03:15,440 --> 01:03:16,657
I think it's unsanitary.

823
01:03:17,526 --> 01:03:20,700
No, the other part of you thinks that
other part of you thinks that it's sweet.

824
01:03:20,701 --> 01:03:21,696
Oh...

825
01:03:22,948 --> 01:03:24,040
What are you waiting here?

826
01:03:24,825 --> 01:03:26,463
Im only waiting for them to finish this tray

827
01:03:26,476 --> 01:03:28,125
of scrambled eggs and bring in a new tray.

828
01:03:28,126 --> 01:03:31,205
Scrambled eggs are never fresh, Martin.

829
01:03:31,206 --> 01:03:34,297
I may not have been on a lot of holidays,
but I've been in lot hospitals,

830
01:03:34,298 --> 01:03:36,340
And I understand Institute catering.

831
01:03:37,587 --> 01:03:41,512
Who are these people?
And why do they eat so much?

832
01:03:41,716 --> 01:03:43,764
They're having a good time, that's all.

833
01:03:47,806 --> 01:03:48,898
- Martin?
- Hm?

834
01:03:49,933 --> 01:03:54,063
Thank you for arranging this holiday.
I think it's been good for me.

835
01:03:54,229 --> 01:03:57,278
You really don't understand what it is--
do you?,

836
01:03:59,276 --> 01:04:01,449
Come on, let's get you some breakfast.

837
01:04:01,450 --> 01:04:03,538
Yes, good idea. Good idea...

838
01:04:04,447 --> 01:04:06,666
The prunes very good.
Ц Don't like prunes.

839
01:04:27,470 --> 01:04:28,596
- Hey.
- Hi.

840
01:04:29,472 --> 01:04:33,684
Oh, good morning JJ. might have said
some stupid things last night...

841
01:04:33,685 --> 01:04:35,858
Drinks' have never been my best friend, sorry about that.

842
01:04:35,859 --> 01:04:38,856
So, I got a few things to say...

843
01:04:38,857 --> 01:04:40,905
and I don't think you're gonna like, any of them.

844
01:04:42,110 --> 01:04:43,235
Are you going back to America?

845
01:04:43,236 --> 01:04:50,415
So I'm gonna start with the biggest...
Um, I don't have brain cancer in the brain.

846
01:04:51,369 --> 01:04:54,538
- I don't have CCR.
- Oh, you've cured you!

847
01:04:54,539 --> 01:04:59,796
No, Maureen, I never had it.
I made it all up.

848
01:05:00,879 --> 01:05:04,048
There's actually no such thing as CCR.

849
01:05:04,049 --> 01:05:07,009
Just Creedence Clear water Revival,

850
01:05:07,010 --> 01:05:08,331
One of my favourite bands, but...

851
01:05:09,054 --> 01:05:11,056
I wasn't gonna say anything.

852
01:05:11,222 --> 01:05:13,441
Did you know about this?
Ц I thought there was something strange.

853
01:05:13,442 --> 01:05:17,436
So why? JJ? Were you up there?

854
01:05:17,437 --> 01:05:20,566
- You can't answer that, that's personal.
- He had good reasons.

855
01:05:20,567 --> 01:05:22,775
Oh did he? JJ, did you?

856
01:05:22,776 --> 01:05:30,035
Yes .. Yes, actually uh,
we need to postpone this conversation.

857
01:05:30,867 --> 01:05:35,122
We had a pact. I trusted you, I liked you!

858
01:05:35,288 --> 01:05:38,210
Martin, please, just sit down.
We'll talk about this another time.

859
01:05:38,211 --> 01:05:41,303
Another time, I mean what time..
Ц Hey, where were you?...

860
01:05:41,461 --> 01:05:44,635
Oh, right, great. We'll stop
for your girlfriend do we!

861
01:05:44,636 --> 01:05:50,761
She's not my girlfriend, okay?
She is... a journalist.

862
01:05:50,762 --> 01:05:52,846
What? Ц Look, I didn't know.

863
01:05:52,847 --> 01:05:57,021
- You don't know much do you?
- If he didn't know, he didn't know.

864
01:05:57,022 --> 01:05:59,233
We've had bad things written about us before...

865
01:05:59,234 --> 01:06:02,358
Look, I understand that you're angry, but please,

866
01:06:02,359 --> 01:06:06,324
Martin I'm feeling pretty humiliated.
You don't understand anything!

867
01:06:06,325 --> 01:06:09,573
You certainly don't understand humiliation!
Martin you're being dramatic.

868
01:06:09,574 --> 01:06:12,663
--You're a fake, you're a fraud!
You're a jerk JJ!

869
01:06:12,664 --> 01:06:14,660
- Martin, stop this!
- John...

870
01:06:14,661 --> 01:06:15,833
Who the fuck is John?

871
01:06:16,746 --> 01:06:19,957
I'm! I'm John! And you know what?...

872
01:06:19,958 --> 01:06:23,007
I'm not a fraud! Ц Stop it!
Remember the pact!

873
01:06:23,008 --> 01:06:24,095
'Fuck the pact!

874
01:06:25,130 --> 01:06:27,258
- Ugly bitch!
- I am not a fraud!

875
01:06:28,216 --> 01:06:30,435
False, hypocrite! Don't
ever touch me again!

876
01:07:34,949 --> 01:07:36,951
Good morning, sunshine.

877
01:07:38,078 --> 01:07:39,125
Hello, sweetheart.

878
01:07:41,247 --> 01:07:43,249
Are you sleepy yet?

879
01:07:44,292 --> 01:07:45,339
How are you?

880
01:07:46,294 --> 01:07:48,422
Good Morning. Alright here we go...

881
01:07:49,130 --> 01:07:50,464
Not having Matty with me on the holiday,

882
01:07:50,465 --> 01:07:53,594
It felt like I was missing a leg.

883
01:07:54,719 --> 01:07:57,814
Strange... Light...

884
01:07:58,932 --> 01:08:01,856
That's probably not like we see in leg at all.

885
01:08:02,060 --> 01:08:04,061
I don't imagine, most people's first impression

886
01:08:04,062 --> 01:08:06,190
of leg-losses, weightlessness..

887
01:08:13,571 --> 01:08:17,496
How's that... here we go.

888
01:08:21,704 --> 01:08:23,877
I missed him most when the plane was landing.

889
01:08:24,833 --> 01:08:27,042
We shooked a little on--

890
01:08:27,043 --> 01:08:31,173
Thought I was going to die...
and I hadn't say goodbye.

891
01:08:51,067 --> 01:08:53,161
JJ's girlfriend's piece meant the story.

892
01:08:53,162 --> 01:08:56,202
Our story didn't die.

893
01:08:57,157 --> 01:08:59,410
But Martin said concentrate on being boring.

894
01:08:59,411 --> 01:09:02,504
Then they'd eventually leave us alone.
So that's what I did.

895
01:09:03,454 --> 01:09:04,501
Not difficult.

896
01:09:05,456 --> 01:09:07,627
And as the others, as soon as we landed,

897
01:09:07,628 --> 01:09:09,719
We scattered in different directions,

898
01:09:09,720 --> 01:09:12,931
like we were allergic to each other.

899
01:09:14,841 --> 01:09:16,093
Pact's broken beyond repair

900
01:09:17,051 --> 01:09:21,101
and without the pact, our friendship was broken too.

901
01:09:23,308 --> 01:09:26,437
I still saw them. Patchly,
every now and then.

902
01:09:28,479 --> 01:09:31,653
I saw Jess in places she shouldn't be.

903
01:09:33,651 --> 01:09:35,824
And I did make a little to find JJ.

904
01:09:37,947 --> 01:09:39,824
Just to check if he was okay.

905
01:09:40,074 --> 01:09:42,075
JJ, you can not!

906
01:09:42,076 --> 01:09:45,080
I tell you for the last time, slower!

907
01:09:49,459 --> 01:09:51,336
I never saw Martin.

908
01:09:55,548 --> 01:09:57,767
Though, mostly I got on with my life...

909
01:09:59,677 --> 01:10:01,771
And hope they get on with theirs.

910
01:10:16,444 --> 01:10:18,492
Matty did really well.

911
01:10:19,447 --> 01:10:21,620
We did some interesting reflex work

912
01:10:22,659 --> 01:10:25,788
Nice--

913
01:10:26,788 --> 01:10:27,914
He reacted well to company..

914
01:10:28,831 --> 01:10:31,002
Surely love the change from my--

915
01:10:31,003 --> 01:10:33,094
And we couldn't get him out of this pool.

916
01:10:34,003 --> 01:10:35,220
Yes, he's always loved water.

917
01:10:36,172 --> 01:10:37,386
There might be a slot for him

918
01:10:37,387 --> 01:10:40,431
To come to my weekly sessions, if you'd like it.

919
01:10:42,345 --> 01:10:44,439
Oh I'm sure he'd love it.

920
01:10:44,681 --> 01:10:46,604
I'll add him to the list.

921
01:10:48,643 --> 01:10:50,737
You look like, you got a bit of 'color.

922
01:10:56,025 --> 01:10:59,120
Yeah, from the pictures in the papers...

923
01:11:00,280 --> 01:11:03,250
looked like... You picked a nice spot.

924
01:11:05,285 --> 01:11:08,334
Yes .. well...

925
01:12:46,469 --> 01:12:49,439
Matty? Matty?

926
01:12:51,474 --> 01:12:52,521
Matty?

927
01:12:54,769 --> 01:12:56,897
No... No.

928
01:13:05,113 --> 01:13:06,114
Matty?

929
01:13:09,283 --> 01:13:10,250
Matty!

930
01:13:19,794 --> 01:13:22,889
Lady, you must wait here.

931
01:13:23,840 --> 01:13:25,888
We'll let you know as soon as possible.

932
01:14:04,464 --> 01:14:06,592
- Hey, Maureen.
- Oh...

933
01:14:23,191 --> 01:14:26,359
Oh... you came too.

934
01:14:26,360 --> 01:14:30,490
Yes, nothing on TV. Ah, This is my dad.

935
01:14:31,532 --> 01:14:34,826
Drove me... Probably say something moving.

936
01:14:34,827 --> 01:14:36,875
I'm sorry to hear about your son, Maureen.

937
01:14:37,747 --> 01:14:39,875
Hmm, is one of his best attempts.

938
01:14:41,125 --> 01:14:46,177
I'm really grateful... you're here.

939
01:14:47,131 --> 01:14:48,223
Of course we're here!

940
01:14:54,555 --> 01:14:55,602
This isn't tea.

941
01:14:56,557 --> 01:14:58,603
- Yes, it's hot chocolate.
- I asked for tea.

942
01:14:58,604 --> 01:15:00,649
I was buying, and I don't like the smell of tea.

943
01:15:00,853 --> 01:15:02,854
So when you buy rounds in pubs?

944
01:15:02,855 --> 01:15:06,109
Pitchers, then you never have to buy round ever again

945
01:15:06,110 --> 01:15:09,112
It's clever, right?
Is JJ still not here then?

946
01:15:10,238 --> 01:15:14,286
No. I couldn't get through to him.
Probably not picked up his messages.

947
01:15:14,287 --> 01:15:16,454
Yeah, not round, doesn't really care--

948
01:15:16,455 --> 01:15:19,422
I generally don't know how you survived that?

949
01:15:19,622 --> 01:15:20,580
Eat--

950
01:15:20,581 --> 01:15:22,754
I'm going to make you seat in the car in a minute.

951
01:15:22,755 --> 01:15:24,627
Eat--

952
01:15:25,711 --> 01:15:31,093
He wasn't the only reason I was up there.
Matty... It wasn't.

953
01:15:34,011 --> 01:15:35,012
No?

954
01:15:36,138 --> 01:15:38,311
There were lots of reason I was up on that roof...

955
01:15:40,393 --> 01:15:42,521
You once asked me why, Jess?

956
01:15:44,480 --> 01:15:47,609
And then, I said I felt... I felt helpless.

957
01:15:53,823 --> 01:15:58,034
But the truth is I've done a list for living

958
01:15:58,035 --> 01:15:59,036
And a list for...

959
01:16:00,121 --> 01:16:04,171
It was a feeling, not a thought.

960
01:16:07,378 --> 01:16:09,426
But not one of those reasons...

961
01:16:11,716 --> 01:16:16,722
was that I didn't love my son.
Not one of them, not one.

962
01:16:23,144 --> 01:16:25,067
Maureen, we know that.

963
01:16:33,446 --> 01:16:37,616
Oh, oh, no, no, no, no, no. Don't tell me.

964
01:16:37,617 --> 01:16:41,747
No, no, no, He's fine...
Maureen, he's fine. Ц what?

965
01:16:44,040 --> 01:16:48,045
We're gonna keep monitoring him but
he's no longer critical.

966
01:16:48,046 --> 01:16:49,252
He'll be fine.

967
01:16:49,253 --> 01:16:52,132
He'll be fine? Ц He'll be fine.

968
01:16:52,381 --> 01:16:53,382
Okay.

969
01:16:55,301 --> 01:16:57,427
Tubes look worse than they are.

970
01:16:57,428 --> 01:17:00,432
We'll remove some tonight.
The rest hopefully will be up tomorrow.

971
01:17:01,724 --> 01:17:03,726
I should have seen it coming.

972
01:17:04,602 --> 01:17:06,853
If it had proper care...

973
01:17:06,854 --> 01:17:09,903
Maureen... you saved him.

974
01:17:10,941 --> 01:17:13,160
It was a myocardial infarction.

975
01:17:15,279 --> 01:17:17,327
He had a heart attack of sort.

976
01:17:18,240 --> 01:17:20,242
The symptoms were almost invisible.

977
01:17:21,327 --> 01:17:22,419
I didn't notice it.

978
01:17:22,578 --> 01:17:25,548
I was monitoring him and I...

979
01:17:26,749 --> 01:17:31,755
But you caught it... you saved his life.

980
01:17:37,051 --> 01:17:39,053
Matty is very lucky boy to have you.

981
01:17:41,305 --> 01:17:43,182
I only had one thought...

982
01:17:45,267 --> 01:17:46,268
When he...

983
01:17:48,521 --> 01:17:49,568
If he dies...

984
01:17:50,648 --> 01:17:51,695
I die.

985
01:17:53,734 --> 01:17:55,736
Well, he lived.

986
01:18:00,866 --> 01:18:05,042
And maybe he feels the same way you feel about him

987
01:18:07,164 --> 01:18:08,290
Have you ever consider that?

988
01:18:14,422 --> 01:18:16,516
In a few days we'll put him home.

989
01:18:19,760 --> 01:18:21,762
- It's Valentine's Day.
- Hm-hm.

990
01:18:22,722 --> 01:18:23,847
- Martin?
- Yeah?

991
01:18:23,848 --> 01:18:25,065
Today is Valentine's Day?
- Good.

992
01:18:25,066 --> 01:18:29,062
Martin? Press TV has completely
messed up your brain hasn't it?

993
01:18:30,104 --> 01:18:31,229
Oh, JJ, the pact!

994
01:18:31,230 --> 01:18:33,314
Get Maureen, I'll find JJ now.

995
01:18:33,315 --> 01:18:35,317
Yes .. Oh, shit!

996
01:18:58,382 --> 01:19:02,353
- Have you seen JJ?
- JJ is gone.

997
01:19:03,387 --> 01:19:04,639
Gone? Ц Yeah, he's a prick.

998
01:19:04,640 --> 01:19:07,687
He left us over a week ago
without even-- notice!

999
01:19:08,601 --> 01:19:10,854
That prick you're talking about Paulo,

1000
01:19:11,687 --> 01:19:13,940
Happens to be my daughter's friend...

1001
01:19:15,065 --> 01:19:17,067
And you do well to remember that.

1002
01:19:24,408 --> 01:19:26,331
You're called Paulo aren't you?

1003
01:19:27,369 --> 01:19:32,671
Um ...it says УPaulo's
placeФ outside in the um...

1004
01:19:33,667 --> 01:19:37,797
Certainly sound italian...
And you look Italian and...

1005
01:19:39,840 --> 01:19:41,007
Love your--

1006
01:19:41,008 --> 01:19:42,100
Come on, Dad.

1007
01:19:51,393 --> 01:19:56,482
Oh, Uh yes, hi, hi I'm looking for JJ.

1008
01:19:56,690 --> 01:19:59,660
John, John Julius.

1009
01:20:20,464 --> 01:20:21,590
Oh, JJ...

1010
01:21:36,540 --> 01:21:37,820
I hoped you wouldn't be up here.

1011
01:21:41,712 --> 01:21:44,433
Did you know that 3 people have
killed themselves from this building,

1012
01:21:44,924 --> 01:21:46,892
between New Year's and today?

1013
01:21:49,011 --> 01:21:53,312
Sue Chalmott, housewife, and manic depressive...

1014
01:21:55,351 --> 01:21:59,527
David Frommet, a banker who lost everything and...

1015
01:22:00,481 --> 01:22:03,655
Ben Peterson... he was only 15.

1016
01:22:04,610 --> 01:22:07,862
So you're going to join them ...?

1017
01:22:07,863 --> 01:22:10,949
I kept to the pact, Martin, okay?

1018
01:22:10,950 --> 01:22:14,124
This, me, it's none of your business now.

1019
01:22:14,244 --> 01:22:15,245
True.

1020
01:22:16,121 --> 01:22:19,341
Why though JJ? Why are you up here?

1021
01:22:20,376 --> 01:22:25,428
That's the thing... Martin, I lied to you.

1022
01:22:25,589 --> 01:22:29,759
I don't know.
- ... You don't know?

1023
01:22:29,760 --> 01:22:31,803
And that makes my reason's

1024
01:22:31,804 --> 01:22:33,888
Better than any of yours.

1025
01:22:33,889 --> 01:22:35,891
I wasn't aware that this was a competition.

1026
01:22:37,935 --> 01:22:42,156
You see... what Jess needs
is to feel important...

1027
01:22:43,315 --> 01:22:48,321
Maureen needs to feel loved...

1028
01:22:49,446 --> 01:22:53,700
and you, you just need to... grow a brain.

1029
01:22:53,701 --> 01:22:55,749
Fair enough.

1030
01:22:57,746 --> 01:23:02,001
So you can solve your problems, but me I can't.

1031
01:23:02,167 --> 01:23:07,213
Martin, Martin, stop.
Martin, just stop walking.

1032
01:23:07,214 --> 01:23:08,306
Three steps and I'm gone.

1033
01:23:10,300 --> 01:23:11,347
Oh, God...

1034
01:23:12,469 --> 01:23:14,642
Look, I'm just...

1035
01:23:15,556 --> 01:23:17,684
I'm just tired of...

1036
01:23:19,852 --> 01:23:22,937
Of being scared all the time not knowing why.

1037
01:23:22,938 --> 01:23:26,067
I'm tired of being... trying to change...

1038
01:23:27,109 --> 01:23:29,111
and not knowing how...

1039
01:23:30,195 --> 01:23:33,324
You know, even my last shit band

1040
01:23:34,366 --> 01:23:36,243
Moving countries.

1041
01:23:38,454 --> 01:23:42,504
Because however much I do, change...

1042
01:23:44,793 --> 01:23:45,840
I'm left with me.

1043
01:23:52,092 --> 01:23:56,063
So that's how you got it all
worked out JJ? logical...

1044
01:23:56,346 --> 01:23:59,270
Reason you don't wanna die,
is because you don't wanna live.

1045
01:24:01,393 --> 01:24:04,567
It's as simple as that right?
I used to think like that too.

1046
01:24:05,647 --> 01:24:06,648
JJ!

1047
01:24:10,694 --> 01:24:11,783
And then there were 4.

1048
01:24:11,784 --> 01:24:13,950
Don't you get it? I mean we made it!

1049
01:24:13,951 --> 01:24:16,917
Alright, we all made it to Valentine's Day and nothing...

1050
01:24:17,159 --> 01:24:20,119
Nothing, absolutely nothing has changed!

1051
01:24:20,120 --> 01:24:24,290
- But... everything has changed.
- What?

1052
01:24:24,291 --> 01:24:25,383
Everything.

1053
01:24:27,336 --> 01:24:31,591
We are standing in entirely
different positions, for one thing.

1054
01:24:32,591 --> 01:24:34,762
I didn't ever wanna be up here again, JJ.

1055
01:24:34,763 --> 01:24:36,854
I'm pretty sure none of us did.
He's right.

1056
01:24:37,805 --> 01:24:39,933
You know, it's shit up here.

1057
01:24:41,058 --> 01:24:45,063
I hope, I think...

1058
01:24:46,188 --> 01:24:48,236
we still matter to you, JJ.

1059
01:24:49,274 --> 01:24:51,368
I mean why else would you pick Valentine's Day.

1060
01:24:53,529 --> 01:24:58,706
You may think you want to die...
but you knew, we loved you.

1061
01:25:01,787 --> 01:25:04,916
We're not up here because we want to die,
we're here for you.

1062
01:25:05,874 --> 01:25:07,000
The topper house 4.

1063
01:25:08,043 --> 01:25:10,091
We belong together, we're a team.

1064
01:25:10,254 --> 01:25:13,426
I mean we're the worst team the world
has ever known, and if I was picking

1065
01:25:13,427 --> 01:25:16,393
I mean none of you would have made it
on to the subs bench.

1066
01:25:16,394 --> 01:25:18,433
But still... we're a team.

1067
01:25:22,599 --> 01:25:25,819
I know, it's not much, son...

1068
01:25:26,812 --> 01:25:34,037
But... maybe... we'll start.

1069
01:25:48,625 --> 01:25:49,946
You can't even see the bottom...

1070
01:26:14,735 --> 01:26:15,736
Hello?

1071
01:26:17,863 --> 01:26:18,830
Hello?

1072
01:26:19,031 --> 01:26:22,160
Can anybody hear me?
-

1073
01:26:23,076 --> 01:26:25,156
We can hear you and see you, Martin.
- Bonsoir Martin

1074
01:26:28,207 --> 01:26:29,332
Oh, hey!

1075
01:26:29,333 --> 01:26:33,419
Maureen, is that glitter on your face?

1076
01:26:33,420 --> 01:26:37,798
No, no, no, that is... yes...
Matty, seems to like it

1077
01:26:37,799 --> 01:26:41,895
We're having a kind of...
well, New Year's party!

1078
01:26:42,763 --> 01:26:45,014
Maureen, you rager!

1079
01:26:45,015 --> 01:26:50,186
Jess! please, tryin to keep the
noise down out here! Okay, shh.

1080
01:26:50,187 --> 01:26:53,316
It was ??Dr. Stephen, err,
Robert's idea actually.

1081
01:26:53,317 --> 01:26:57,445
He's been hugely helpful,
in return for me joining his quiz team.

1082
01:26:57,446 --> 01:26:59,528
Which has cost much controversy

1083
01:26:59,529 --> 01:27:02,624
Because I was supposed to join another
quiz team and it's just kinda complicated

1084
01:27:02,625 --> 01:27:04,664
Sounds complicated.

1085
01:27:05,786 --> 01:27:06,958
I saw your dad got promoted, Jess?

1086
01:27:06,959 --> 01:27:11,004
Okay, we must have better news than that,
Come on somebody say something. Martin?

1087
01:27:11,917 --> 01:27:14,045
Why don't you stoke up this party.

1088
01:27:14,046 --> 01:27:17,344
When you tell us about some of
your recent bedtime conquest.

1089
01:27:17,345 --> 01:27:21,515
Well, I'm often asleep by 10.
On my own... Exhausted.

1090
01:27:23,428 --> 01:27:25,680
Are children famous for getting up early in the morning?

1091
01:27:25,681 --> 01:27:26,648
I had no idea.

1092
01:27:27,557 --> 01:27:30,811
God, when will we turn into little houses
on the fucking Preri

1093
01:27:31,728 --> 01:27:34,777
I missed you... All.

1094
01:27:35,023 --> 01:27:39,235
You know, I got.. I got something to say.
My therapist...

1095
01:27:39,236 --> 01:27:41,282
Therapist? There we go, that's some news!

1096
01:27:41,283 --> 01:27:43,282
Did you all know that JJ is officially mad?

1097
01:27:44,241 --> 01:27:46,534
Jess, you see a therapist too.

1098
01:27:46,535 --> 01:27:49,539
Yeah of course, but all the best people
are mad in my opinion.

1099
01:27:49,540 --> 01:27:53,793
My therapist told me a story,
true story of this guy who...

1100
01:27:54,751 --> 01:27:56,922
Survived jumping off the golden gate bridge.

1101
01:27:56,923 --> 01:27:59,014
That's an anecdote, that's not certainly news.

1102
01:27:59,015 --> 01:28:01,100
The moment he jumped,

1103
01:28:01,883 --> 01:28:05,057
he realized that the only thing
in his life that he couldn't fix

1104
01:28:05,304 --> 01:28:07,272
was the thing he'd just done.

1105
01:28:08,348 --> 01:28:11,443
I mean can you imagine, those 5 seconds as he fell.

1106
01:28:12,352 --> 01:28:13,444
The agony of that.

1107
01:28:14,438 --> 01:28:19,740
Well, to me it feels like I fell...
without falling.

1108
01:28:21,695 --> 01:28:24,947
Because of you guys, I had my

1109
01:28:24,948 --> 01:28:29,169
5 seconds up on that roof and not in the air

1110
01:28:30,203 --> 01:28:33,173
Mmh... 5 seconds...

1111
01:28:35,250 --> 01:28:37,378
Each of us has given another 5 seconds.

1112
01:28:38,545 --> 01:28:39,592
I like that, JJ.

1113
01:28:40,464 --> 01:28:42,592
Then those 5 seconds have turned into a year.

1114
01:28:43,717 --> 01:28:46,844
Into life sentence.

1115
01:28:46,845 --> 01:28:48,813
You people make me want to kill myself

1116
01:28:51,099 --> 01:28:54,228
Maureen, Coming?
Ц no, no I'm just talking to my friends

1117
01:28:54,229 --> 01:28:56,321
<lt's almost midnight, >

1118
01:28:57,189 --> 01:29:00,284
Maureen, what are you va? Maureen!

1119
01:29:01,443 --> 01:29:04,445
Ok... What just happened?

1120
01:29:04,446 --> 01:29:07,700
Did Maureen just made us looked
like we're the square ones?

1121
01:29:07,701 --> 01:29:10,873
Remember, you're the one who accused
her of having too many cats.

1122
01:29:11,870 --> 01:29:14,914
- Time to sign off.
- Happy New Year, Jess.

1123
01:29:14,915 --> 01:29:16,041
Happy New Year, Martin.

1124
01:29:19,169 --> 01:29:21,263
Happy new year, Jess.

1125
01:29:22,214 --> 01:29:24,308
Happy new year, John Julius.

1126
01:29:31,556 --> 01:29:34,767
We could go to party you know,

1127
01:29:34,768 --> 01:29:37,942
in case you were worried about being upstaged by Maureen.

1128
01:29:38,939 --> 01:29:41,029
That's just the problem, you know isn't it?

1129
01:29:41,030 --> 01:29:43,197
I don't don't really want to go to a party.

1130
01:29:44,236 --> 01:29:45,237
Yeah.

1131
01:29:46,154 --> 01:29:47,326
I think you've broken me!

1132
01:29:50,283 --> 01:29:52,451
- Don't... smile.
- No.?

1133
01:29:52,452 --> 01:29:54,542
- I will kill you...
- I know.

1134
01:29:54,543 --> 01:29:55,585
If you smile...

1135
01:30:05,882 --> 01:30:06,883
Come on.

1136
01:30:07,134 --> 01:30:09,011
Up to bed, sleepyhead.

1137
01:30:09,219 --> 01:30:10,220
There you go.

1138
01:30:15,434 --> 01:30:18,563
Here we go ...there you go.

1139
01:30:19,479 --> 01:30:21,573
Is it midnight yet, Daddy?

1140
01:30:22,566 --> 01:30:26,821
Yes .. It is... You made it.

1141
01:30:27,904 --> 01:30:29,781
And Happy New Year.

1142
01:30:31,032 --> 01:30:32,033
Let's go.

 
 
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