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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:17,226 --> 00:00:20,020 {\an8}[eerie music playing] 2 00:00:47,631 --> 00:00:48,841 [man] All right, Lily. 3 00:00:49,425 --> 00:00:51,469 Today we're testing how much you've learned. 4 00:00:52,470 --> 00:00:54,429 This time I won't be telling you 5 00:00:54,430 --> 00:00:57,141 the name of each bird after it sings. 6 00:00:57,975 --> 00:01:01,394 This time I'm just gonna be playing the bird songs 7 00:01:01,395 --> 00:01:03,355 and it's up to you to name them. 8 00:01:04,982 --> 00:01:06,357 You ready? 9 00:01:06,358 --> 00:01:07,485 Let's try. 10 00:01:09,528 --> 00:01:11,530 [bird chirping] 11 00:01:13,115 --> 00:01:14,365 [Lily] Bluebird. 12 00:01:14,366 --> 00:01:17,202 - [bird chirping] - Golden finch. 13 00:01:17,203 --> 00:01:20,288 - [bird chirping] - Chickadee. 14 00:01:20,289 --> 00:01:23,666 [bird cooing] 15 00:01:23,667 --> 00:01:25,210 Mourning Dove. 16 00:01:25,211 --> 00:01:26,629 [thudding] 17 00:01:30,174 --> 00:01:32,218 [owl hooting] 18 00:01:35,221 --> 00:01:36,931 [birds chirping] 19 00:01:59,537 --> 00:02:01,914 [tense music playing] 20 00:02:23,394 --> 00:02:24,520 [bin clatters] 21 00:02:25,771 --> 00:02:27,898 [crickets chirping] 22 00:02:30,985 --> 00:02:32,862 [gravels crunching] 23 00:02:39,368 --> 00:02:42,079 [Silvia sobbing] 24 00:03:01,056 --> 00:03:02,141 [Silvia sniffles] 25 00:03:06,478 --> 00:03:08,062 [Silvia] Get back inside, baby. 26 00:03:08,063 --> 00:03:09,564 Are you okay? 27 00:03:09,565 --> 00:03:11,816 Lillian Pierce, get back in the house! 28 00:03:11,817 --> 00:03:13,067 Now! 29 00:03:13,068 --> 00:03:15,987 [eerie music playing] 30 00:03:15,988 --> 00:03:17,448 [leaves rustling] 31 00:03:18,908 --> 00:03:20,784 [engine humming] 32 00:03:47,019 --> 00:03:49,229 [leaves crunching] 33 00:04:09,249 --> 00:04:11,669 [music continues] 34 00:04:27,267 --> 00:04:28,519 Mom. 35 00:04:29,269 --> 00:04:31,397 - [gunshot popping] - [Lily screaming] 36 00:04:40,739 --> 00:04:43,033 [panting] 37 00:04:45,911 --> 00:04:47,079 [sighs] 38 00:04:51,166 --> 00:04:52,876 [swords clattering] 39 00:04:54,586 --> 00:04:56,504 Remember to watch your footwork before you are post. 40 00:04:56,505 --> 00:04:57,839 [Liam] I just get ahead of myself. 41 00:04:57,840 --> 00:04:59,216 [Lily] Oh, good. Let's go again. 42 00:05:03,387 --> 00:05:05,055 [both laughing] 43 00:05:05,889 --> 00:05:07,808 [both sighing] 44 00:05:11,103 --> 00:05:12,812 No, you're... you're doing well. 45 00:05:12,813 --> 00:05:14,647 You just gotta keep sharpening up the footwork. 46 00:05:14,648 --> 00:05:17,608 Yeah, and... and keep the left shoulder bag, I know. 47 00:05:17,609 --> 00:05:19,360 But anyway, thanks again so much for this. 48 00:05:19,361 --> 00:05:21,612 And, uh, yeah. Catch you on the next one. 49 00:05:21,613 --> 00:05:22,740 - Okay. - Yeah. 50 00:05:34,877 --> 00:05:36,962 Oh, uh, I actually have a... 51 00:05:38,297 --> 00:05:39,672 I have an extra ticket 52 00:05:39,673 --> 00:05:41,382 to a DJ Starfish concert next month. 53 00:05:41,383 --> 00:05:42,509 Really? 54 00:05:44,053 --> 00:05:46,305 Yeah, my girlfriend's not a huge house fan, so. 55 00:05:48,182 --> 00:05:51,435 [laughs] I mean, I'd be down. Super down. 56 00:05:53,103 --> 00:05:54,229 Fuck yeah. [chuckles] 57 00:05:55,022 --> 00:05:56,702 [Genevieve] How has the fencing been going? 58 00:05:57,024 --> 00:05:58,233 Fine. 59 00:05:58,776 --> 00:06:02,153 I've been working on cursing less at the students. 60 00:06:02,154 --> 00:06:03,988 Cursing less at students 61 00:06:03,989 --> 00:06:05,823 shouldn't be something you have to work on. 62 00:06:05,824 --> 00:06:07,464 It should be something you choose to stop. 63 00:06:08,118 --> 00:06:09,328 Yeah. Wow. 64 00:06:10,079 --> 00:06:11,080 Profound. 65 00:06:12,081 --> 00:06:14,165 Platitudes like that what I pay for? 66 00:06:14,166 --> 00:06:16,627 The problem with platitudes is that they're usually true. 67 00:06:19,421 --> 00:06:20,881 Should we talk about your dad today? 68 00:06:23,717 --> 00:06:25,468 You told me last time that you were anxious 69 00:06:25,469 --> 00:06:27,386 about him contacting you soon 70 00:06:27,387 --> 00:06:30,641 because of the anniversary of your mother's death. 71 00:06:32,684 --> 00:06:34,436 Well, let's just hope he doesn't. 72 00:06:35,938 --> 00:06:38,098 Wouldn't be the first time he forgot an important date. 73 00:06:38,315 --> 00:06:39,857 And what about the nightmares? 74 00:06:39,858 --> 00:06:41,693 - Have they been... - [Lily] Same. 75 00:06:43,487 --> 00:06:44,613 But I'm not worried. 76 00:06:45,697 --> 00:06:46,857 [Genevieve] What do you mean? 77 00:06:49,118 --> 00:06:51,870 Well, it's better to see Mom in a nightmare than not at all. 78 00:06:54,623 --> 00:06:56,083 [sighs] 79 00:07:00,712 --> 00:07:01,839 [pills clattering] 80 00:07:11,849 --> 00:07:12,975 [slurping] 81 00:07:17,729 --> 00:07:18,856 [phone buzzing] 82 00:07:41,503 --> 00:07:42,588 [lock clicks closed] 83 00:07:59,479 --> 00:08:01,857 [laughs] Are you mocking me? 84 00:08:02,774 --> 00:08:04,483 [coughs] Me? 85 00:08:04,484 --> 00:08:06,069 Never. I'm not funny. 86 00:08:07,279 --> 00:08:08,821 Who said that? 87 00:08:08,822 --> 00:08:11,366 Uh, my mom, my brother, first boyfriend. 88 00:08:12,993 --> 00:08:14,036 Well... 89 00:08:15,037 --> 00:08:16,163 I think you're funny. 90 00:08:17,497 --> 00:08:19,457 Only took you 16 dates to notice. 91 00:08:19,458 --> 00:08:22,211 - [both chuckling] - But who's counting? 92 00:08:23,337 --> 00:08:25,214 Me. Definitely me. 93 00:08:25,756 --> 00:08:26,798 Oh. 94 00:08:30,302 --> 00:08:31,511 16, what is that? 95 00:08:32,804 --> 00:08:33,847 Like... 96 00:08:34,848 --> 00:08:35,891 tin... 97 00:08:37,184 --> 00:08:38,351 - copper? - Head. 98 00:08:38,352 --> 00:08:39,936 - [laughs] - I hope. 99 00:08:39,937 --> 00:08:42,481 - [both laughing] - [Lily] See, you're funny. 100 00:08:44,399 --> 00:08:46,192 Look, you did 101 00:08:46,193 --> 00:08:48,694 sweet chili salmon 102 00:08:48,695 --> 00:08:50,988 just seared to perfection 103 00:08:50,989 --> 00:08:53,199 with, um, what? 104 00:08:53,200 --> 00:08:55,785 Fucking like ginger and I don't know. 105 00:08:55,786 --> 00:08:58,996 Cream cheese mashed potatoes and toasted sesame green beans. 106 00:08:58,997 --> 00:09:01,457 Yeah. Toasted sesame green beans. 107 00:09:01,458 --> 00:09:04,126 You're... yeah, you're definitely getting 108 00:09:04,127 --> 00:09:05,753 whatever you want tonight. [chuckles] 109 00:09:05,754 --> 00:09:07,046 Toasted sesame? 110 00:09:07,047 --> 00:09:08,256 Is that what it was? 111 00:09:08,257 --> 00:09:09,382 Or was it this green bean? 112 00:09:09,383 --> 00:09:11,175 I love a green bean. 113 00:09:11,176 --> 00:09:13,594 Everybody knows what happens if you eat green beans. 114 00:09:13,595 --> 00:09:14,929 [both laughing] 115 00:09:14,930 --> 00:09:17,015 [upbeat music playing] 116 00:10:03,353 --> 00:10:05,605 - Wait. I... - Shh! 117 00:10:08,567 --> 00:10:10,944 - No, I don't want you to... - What? 118 00:10:14,114 --> 00:10:17,867 I just learned that I have to go away for a week to New York 119 00:10:17,868 --> 00:10:19,036 and... 120 00:10:20,704 --> 00:10:22,913 I don't want you to think that I'm, you know, disappearing 121 00:10:22,914 --> 00:10:24,875 after the first time that we sleep together. 122 00:10:25,500 --> 00:10:27,377 I... Yeah, that's fine. [chuckles] 123 00:10:28,503 --> 00:10:30,797 But I didn't want you to feel like I was abandoning you... 124 00:10:33,967 --> 00:10:36,345 or forgetting you. 125 00:10:37,346 --> 00:10:39,056 For... Forgetting me? [laughs] 126 00:10:39,556 --> 00:10:41,641 [both laughing] 127 00:10:43,018 --> 00:10:44,061 Take a picture then. 128 00:10:49,941 --> 00:10:51,108 [soft music playing] 129 00:10:51,109 --> 00:10:52,611 Over there? 130 00:11:22,724 --> 00:11:24,309 [both chuckling] 131 00:11:27,771 --> 00:11:29,480 [Lily] Whoo! 132 00:11:29,481 --> 00:11:31,608 You know, like, maybe some, like, over the shoulder. 133 00:11:34,569 --> 00:11:36,570 [tense music playing] 134 00:11:36,571 --> 00:11:37,864 Is everything okay? 135 00:11:38,782 --> 00:11:39,825 Is that too much? 136 00:11:41,910 --> 00:11:43,203 No, no. 137 00:11:47,165 --> 00:11:48,624 [chuckling] 138 00:11:48,625 --> 00:11:51,211 [upbeat music playing] 139 00:12:26,913 --> 00:12:27,914 Um... 140 00:12:29,166 --> 00:12:32,502 hey, um, you want help with your stuff? 141 00:12:33,044 --> 00:12:34,087 Hmm? 142 00:12:35,088 --> 00:12:36,131 Before you head home? 143 00:12:39,426 --> 00:12:40,594 Seriously? 144 00:12:43,513 --> 00:12:44,556 What? 145 00:12:48,643 --> 00:12:49,728 Could I maybe just... 146 00:12:51,813 --> 00:12:52,939 stay over? 147 00:13:01,364 --> 00:13:02,824 I'm sorry. That was... 148 00:13:04,659 --> 00:13:06,495 assuming of me. 149 00:13:12,459 --> 00:13:13,502 We're not there yet. 150 00:13:15,420 --> 00:13:16,546 No, I just... 151 00:13:20,091 --> 00:13:21,134 It's okay. 152 00:13:22,177 --> 00:13:23,261 You can talk to me. 153 00:13:23,970 --> 00:13:25,013 [Lily] Uh... 154 00:13:30,810 --> 00:13:33,146 I've just been having a lot of nightmares recently. 155 00:13:34,022 --> 00:13:35,065 That's all. 156 00:13:37,234 --> 00:13:38,610 My dad was a sleepwalker. 157 00:13:39,236 --> 00:13:41,153 So anything less 158 00:13:41,154 --> 00:13:44,031 than chasing a 50-year-old naked man 159 00:13:44,032 --> 00:13:45,241 down the driveway 160 00:13:45,242 --> 00:13:46,660 is a peaceful night for me. 161 00:13:55,669 --> 00:13:56,711 I... 162 00:13:57,879 --> 00:13:58,922 thrash... 163 00:14:00,382 --> 00:14:01,424 a lot. 164 00:14:04,427 --> 00:14:06,388 Maybe with someone here, it wouldn't be so bad. 165 00:14:08,431 --> 00:14:10,016 I don't mind a 30-minute drive. 166 00:14:12,018 --> 00:14:14,020 I just want you to... 167 00:14:16,106 --> 00:14:17,148 want me to stay. 168 00:14:28,159 --> 00:14:31,161 [Silvia] "Martha with her sister possessed", 169 00:14:31,162 --> 00:14:32,955 by the heritage of their mother, 170 00:14:32,956 --> 00:14:34,873 the Castle Magdalene, 171 00:14:34,874 --> 00:14:37,502 and Bethany, and a part of Jerusalem. 172 00:14:38,211 --> 00:14:40,714 Martha inherited quite a bit from her mother. 173 00:14:42,173 --> 00:14:43,674 It is nowhere read 174 00:14:43,675 --> 00:14:46,385 that Martha ever had any husband 175 00:14:46,386 --> 00:14:49,389 or fellowship of man. 176 00:14:50,348 --> 00:14:52,600 Now there was, at that time, 177 00:14:52,601 --> 00:14:56,103 a great half beast 178 00:14:56,104 --> 00:14:58,564 having teeth sharp as a sword 179 00:14:58,565 --> 00:15:00,816 and horned on either side. 180 00:15:00,817 --> 00:15:03,235 Martha, at the prayer of her people, 181 00:15:03,236 --> 00:15:05,404 led it to town to be slain 182 00:15:05,405 --> 00:15:07,448 "with spears and axes of the people." 183 00:15:07,449 --> 00:15:09,867 [Lily] She led it to town to be killed? 184 00:15:09,868 --> 00:15:12,620 I prefer the knights who got their hands dirty 185 00:15:12,621 --> 00:15:14,539 like Galahad or Roland. 186 00:15:15,081 --> 00:15:16,248 Yes. 187 00:15:16,249 --> 00:15:18,209 You love Roland, don't you? 188 00:15:19,961 --> 00:15:21,588 [chuckles] Come here. 189 00:15:28,178 --> 00:15:31,347 [Lily groans] 190 00:15:31,348 --> 00:15:32,598 [gunshot popping] 191 00:15:32,599 --> 00:15:34,808 [tense music playing] 192 00:15:34,809 --> 00:15:37,102 [Willow grunts] Ow! Fuck! 193 00:15:37,103 --> 00:15:40,148 - [Lily breathing heavily] - Lily. 194 00:15:47,989 --> 00:15:49,990 [tense music playing] 195 00:15:49,991 --> 00:15:52,494 [swords clattering] 196 00:15:55,830 --> 00:15:58,082 - [Liam] Hey, Lily. - [Lily grunting] 197 00:15:58,083 --> 00:15:59,751 Lily. 198 00:16:00,377 --> 00:16:02,169 Lily. Lily. 199 00:16:02,170 --> 00:16:04,673 - Lily, you won the touch. - [Lily breathing heavily] 200 00:16:10,720 --> 00:16:11,804 Are you okay? 201 00:16:11,805 --> 00:16:14,140 [panting] 202 00:16:24,734 --> 00:16:25,984 [Genevieve] I know we talked before 203 00:16:25,985 --> 00:16:27,404 about the facility in Chicago. 204 00:16:29,572 --> 00:16:31,825 No, I... I told you I can't just... 205 00:16:33,201 --> 00:16:34,702 I can't just disappear 206 00:16:34,703 --> 00:16:36,663 halfway across the country for five weeks. 207 00:16:37,163 --> 00:16:38,997 And I mean, I'm a fencing instructor. 208 00:16:38,998 --> 00:16:41,166 It's... the cost alone is... 209 00:16:41,167 --> 00:16:43,378 I know, but we're running out of options here, Lily. 210 00:16:46,131 --> 00:16:47,215 [phone chimes] 211 00:17:02,147 --> 00:17:03,231 [phone chimes] 212 00:17:08,403 --> 00:17:09,821 [Lily sighs] 213 00:17:10,864 --> 00:17:11,864 [man] Let us begin. 214 00:17:13,032 --> 00:17:15,660 Situating ourselves comfortably. 215 00:17:17,579 --> 00:17:21,416 Sit or lie down, whichever you prefer. 216 00:17:22,125 --> 00:17:25,253 You can choose to be inside or outside. 217 00:17:26,087 --> 00:17:29,424 And we will begin with a breathing exercise. 218 00:17:30,049 --> 00:17:31,509 - First... - [phone ringing] 219 00:17:39,768 --> 00:17:41,602 Close your eyes 220 00:17:41,603 --> 00:17:44,605 and concentrate on how the air around you feel. 221 00:17:44,606 --> 00:17:45,982 [phone ringing] 222 00:17:49,444 --> 00:17:51,946 - [Lily sighs] - [ringing continues] 223 00:18:03,249 --> 00:18:05,459 - Hi, Dad. - [Gregory] Hey, Lily. 224 00:18:05,460 --> 00:18:06,585 How are you? 225 00:18:06,586 --> 00:18:07,837 Why are you calling? 226 00:18:09,130 --> 00:18:10,215 [Gregory] I, uh... 227 00:18:12,091 --> 00:18:14,092 well, I'm sure you know 228 00:18:14,093 --> 00:18:17,096 we're coming up on the 20th anniversary of her death. 229 00:18:18,097 --> 00:18:19,140 So... 230 00:18:20,600 --> 00:18:22,309 well, I thought it's time 231 00:18:22,310 --> 00:18:24,604 to finally get rid of some of her things. 232 00:18:27,148 --> 00:18:28,690 But before I did that, 233 00:18:28,691 --> 00:18:31,444 I wanted to see if you wanted any of it. 234 00:18:32,987 --> 00:18:34,154 Yeah. 235 00:18:34,155 --> 00:18:35,948 Yeah, of course I do. 236 00:18:35,949 --> 00:18:38,242 Um, when are you doing this? 237 00:18:38,243 --> 00:18:39,494 [Gregory] This weekend. 238 00:18:41,037 --> 00:18:42,579 I know it's short notice. 239 00:18:42,580 --> 00:18:43,706 You think? 240 00:18:44,415 --> 00:18:46,292 [Gregory] You could stay the weekend. 241 00:18:47,919 --> 00:18:50,129 [clears throat] I'll make dinner. 242 00:18:57,178 --> 00:18:59,514 [panting] 243 00:19:01,474 --> 00:19:02,976 [phone ringing] 244 00:19:06,771 --> 00:19:07,938 Hey. 245 00:19:07,939 --> 00:19:09,357 [Willow] How you doing? 246 00:19:12,819 --> 00:19:14,319 [Lily] "How you doing?" 247 00:19:14,320 --> 00:19:16,280 Yeah, I gotta get ready for New York. 248 00:19:16,281 --> 00:19:20,368 I'm gonna do Rosetta Stone New Yorker English on the train. 249 00:19:20,910 --> 00:19:22,536 What are you attending again? 250 00:19:22,537 --> 00:19:24,663 It's a conference for sustainable solutions 251 00:19:24,664 --> 00:19:26,456 for modern architectural needs. 252 00:19:26,457 --> 00:19:30,002 Uh, how we are gonna use silk worms for making pavilions 253 00:19:30,003 --> 00:19:32,589 or like frog vomit for roof tiles, I don't know. 254 00:19:33,506 --> 00:19:34,924 Poor frogs. 255 00:19:35,425 --> 00:19:37,426 [chuckles] Yeah, it's time those little green bastards 256 00:19:37,427 --> 00:19:39,469 did something for society. 257 00:19:39,470 --> 00:19:40,555 What about you? 258 00:19:41,347 --> 00:19:42,747 Have you got any plans this weekend? 259 00:19:43,266 --> 00:19:44,392 Maybe. 260 00:19:46,019 --> 00:19:47,978 My dad invited me out to the old house, 261 00:19:47,979 --> 00:19:49,814 but it's... 262 00:19:51,232 --> 00:19:52,483 creepy as hell. 263 00:19:54,027 --> 00:19:56,236 The... uh, the new part was built in the '50s. 264 00:19:56,237 --> 00:19:58,823 The rest is pre-revolution. 265 00:19:59,741 --> 00:20:00,992 Sounds kinda cool. 266 00:20:02,994 --> 00:20:04,037 Sure. 267 00:20:05,079 --> 00:20:06,414 [Willow] I'm surprised. 268 00:20:08,791 --> 00:20:10,043 What? 269 00:20:10,710 --> 00:20:12,870 Just wouldn't have thought you'd be scared of anything. 270 00:20:15,715 --> 00:20:17,090 That's sweet. 271 00:20:17,091 --> 00:20:19,426 Especially said to someone 272 00:20:19,427 --> 00:20:21,888 who nearly clawed your face off in fear. 273 00:20:22,639 --> 00:20:24,557 [chuckles] Nightmares are different. 274 00:20:27,727 --> 00:20:31,647 You're a, uh, special catch, Willow. 275 00:20:31,648 --> 00:20:32,814 [Willow] I know. 276 00:20:32,815 --> 00:20:33,983 You are, too. 277 00:20:36,027 --> 00:20:37,361 - Oh? - Yeah. 278 00:20:37,362 --> 00:20:40,072 I mean, how many beautiful as hell 279 00:20:40,073 --> 00:20:43,409 house music-blasting badass fencing bitches do you know? 280 00:20:43,993 --> 00:20:46,328 I know maybe two, 281 00:20:46,329 --> 00:20:47,829 but I like red hair especially 282 00:20:47,830 --> 00:20:49,331 when it's kind of wavy, kind of curly. 283 00:20:49,332 --> 00:20:51,124 The kind of in-between, you know, 284 00:20:51,125 --> 00:20:52,751 where it doesn't really know what it's gonna be. 285 00:20:52,752 --> 00:20:55,879 - That's really my type. - [laughing] Oh, my God. 286 00:20:55,880 --> 00:20:58,632 Yeah. Well, that was good. 287 00:20:58,633 --> 00:21:00,051 [laughs] 288 00:21:00,927 --> 00:21:03,805 [soft music playing] 289 00:21:16,275 --> 00:21:18,027 [keyboard clacking] 290 00:21:21,197 --> 00:21:22,281 [phone chimes] 291 00:21:27,996 --> 00:21:29,205 [sighs] 292 00:21:31,082 --> 00:21:32,250 [pills clattering] 293 00:21:56,024 --> 00:21:58,109 [birds chirping] 294 00:22:04,282 --> 00:22:05,950 [sighs] 295 00:22:17,545 --> 00:22:19,589 [engine humming] 296 00:22:34,395 --> 00:22:36,522 [insects chirping] 297 00:22:53,539 --> 00:22:55,750 [gravels crunching] 298 00:23:24,946 --> 00:23:26,114 [car door shuts closed] 299 00:23:29,492 --> 00:23:30,910 [chickens clucking] 300 00:23:49,595 --> 00:23:50,638 Hey. 301 00:23:54,725 --> 00:23:57,311 I was gardening out back. I heard your car pull in. 302 00:24:08,156 --> 00:24:10,824 Can I have a... a drink or something or... 303 00:24:10,825 --> 00:24:12,076 It's a long drive. 304 00:24:12,577 --> 00:24:14,494 I don't keep alcohol in the house anymore. 305 00:24:14,495 --> 00:24:17,622 - I promised, never again. - Yeah. 306 00:24:17,623 --> 00:24:19,457 No, I... I know that I... 307 00:24:19,458 --> 00:24:21,085 Um, I meant, like... 308 00:24:22,837 --> 00:24:23,880 tea or... 309 00:24:25,131 --> 00:24:26,966 juice, or something. 310 00:24:27,633 --> 00:24:28,676 Right. 311 00:24:38,436 --> 00:24:39,604 I'll get the door for you. 312 00:24:52,366 --> 00:24:54,368 [soft music playing] 313 00:25:52,468 --> 00:25:57,515 ♪ 314 00:27:10,004 --> 00:27:12,006 [eerie music playing] 315 00:27:34,612 --> 00:27:36,614 [soft music playing] 316 00:27:40,326 --> 00:27:41,369 Starling. 317 00:27:46,332 --> 00:27:47,375 Blue jay. 318 00:27:56,592 --> 00:27:57,634 Wood thrush. 319 00:27:57,635 --> 00:28:02,723 ♪ 320 00:28:10,314 --> 00:28:12,316 [crickets chirping] 321 00:28:24,870 --> 00:28:26,038 Good? 322 00:28:34,880 --> 00:28:36,715 So I, uh... [clears throat] 323 00:28:37,842 --> 00:28:39,844 I, uh, joined a garden club. 324 00:28:43,931 --> 00:28:46,558 There's a couple members, old ladies mostly. 325 00:28:46,559 --> 00:28:50,229 We chat and do lunch and play chess. 326 00:28:51,021 --> 00:28:52,189 It's nice just to... 327 00:28:53,566 --> 00:28:55,317 help them feel good, you know. 328 00:28:55,901 --> 00:28:56,944 It's good for me. 329 00:28:57,695 --> 00:28:58,904 Really good for them. 330 00:29:00,322 --> 00:29:03,993 They don't have much companionship or much... 331 00:29:05,202 --> 00:29:08,205 in common with the younger generations. 332 00:29:09,081 --> 00:29:12,208 My knowledge of history 333 00:29:12,209 --> 00:29:15,045 - allows for a deeper bond and... - You should fuck. 334 00:29:17,506 --> 00:29:18,549 You know? 335 00:29:20,092 --> 00:29:22,303 If you really wanna make old women feel good. 336 00:29:25,097 --> 00:29:26,140 Just saying. 337 00:29:30,561 --> 00:29:31,770 I'll stick to chess. 338 00:29:32,855 --> 00:29:35,440 Yeah, you'll contribute the bare minimum. 339 00:29:35,441 --> 00:29:38,068 And that's enough for you to feel good. 340 00:29:40,279 --> 00:29:42,490 I was hoping this would go differently. 341 00:29:43,657 --> 00:29:45,576 Why would this go differently? 342 00:29:47,912 --> 00:29:49,246 Because you made dinner and... 343 00:29:50,247 --> 00:29:52,499 you're telling stories about how now you treat women better 344 00:29:52,500 --> 00:29:53,834 than you did Mom? 345 00:29:54,585 --> 00:29:55,628 Don't... 346 00:29:57,087 --> 00:29:59,548 make me regret inviting you here. 347 00:30:03,761 --> 00:30:05,137 And there it is. 348 00:30:05,763 --> 00:30:06,931 Like always. 349 00:30:08,015 --> 00:30:10,266 Good guy routine gets challenged just a little bit 350 00:30:10,267 --> 00:30:12,061 and you hit the fuck off button. 351 00:30:13,854 --> 00:30:16,482 Where you start talking about the fall of Rome. 352 00:30:21,946 --> 00:30:22,988 Well... 353 00:30:24,573 --> 00:30:26,950 it wasn't a single cataclysmic fall 354 00:30:26,951 --> 00:30:29,911 so much as it was a slow decay of the imperial system... 355 00:30:29,912 --> 00:30:31,330 I wasn't asking. 356 00:30:39,505 --> 00:30:40,965 So... [clears throat] 357 00:30:42,258 --> 00:30:43,926 are you seeing anyone? 358 00:30:49,598 --> 00:30:50,641 Yeah. 359 00:30:53,227 --> 00:30:56,772 Her name's Willow and she's an architect. 360 00:30:57,606 --> 00:31:01,569 She's very successful and very supportive. 361 00:31:07,116 --> 00:31:08,492 [Gregory] How about friends? 362 00:31:09,618 --> 00:31:11,495 Any luck with those these days? 363 00:31:19,461 --> 00:31:22,505 Yeah, yeah, actually, um, 364 00:31:22,506 --> 00:31:24,716 one of my adult students, Liam, 365 00:31:24,717 --> 00:31:26,719 we hang out all the time. 366 00:31:33,475 --> 00:31:36,227 - [chuckles] - [Willow] How's it going? 367 00:31:36,228 --> 00:31:39,857 Uh, well, my dad is doing his whole... 368 00:31:40,774 --> 00:31:43,026 "pity me, I'm a better man now" routine. 369 00:31:43,027 --> 00:31:44,737 I'm not having it. So... 370 00:31:45,988 --> 00:31:47,656 kind of feel like a bitch, but... 371 00:31:48,324 --> 00:31:49,804 [Willow] Why do you feel like a bitch? 372 00:31:53,245 --> 00:31:56,331 He made me dinner and I told him to fuck an 80-year-old grandma. 373 00:31:56,332 --> 00:31:59,584 [Willow laughs] Hey, they need it too. 374 00:31:59,585 --> 00:32:00,753 That's what I said. 375 00:32:03,130 --> 00:32:05,882 Maybe just give him a little bit of a chance, 376 00:32:05,883 --> 00:32:08,844 you know, while you're there at least. 377 00:32:09,553 --> 00:32:12,514 Just a bit. Like, a pinky of a chance. 378 00:32:16,769 --> 00:32:18,270 [sighs] 379 00:32:19,271 --> 00:32:21,231 [eerie music playing] 380 00:32:38,290 --> 00:32:40,292 [music intensifying] 381 00:32:44,755 --> 00:32:46,757 [birds chirping] 382 00:33:11,782 --> 00:33:14,576 That's right, boy. That's right. That's right. 383 00:33:15,744 --> 00:33:16,829 Oh. 384 00:33:20,708 --> 00:33:23,460 [chuckles] Okay. 385 00:33:31,927 --> 00:33:33,178 [sighs] 386 00:33:36,598 --> 00:33:37,641 Thank you... 387 00:33:39,268 --> 00:33:40,310 for dinner. 388 00:33:47,693 --> 00:33:49,694 Some of the fondest memories of my life 389 00:33:49,695 --> 00:33:51,155 are teaching you how to ride. 390 00:33:55,701 --> 00:33:57,578 My favorite was the horseshoes. 391 00:33:59,079 --> 00:34:01,206 You taught me how to shape the iron and the forge. 392 00:34:03,083 --> 00:34:04,668 That was cool as hell. 393 00:34:13,802 --> 00:34:15,012 What? You ready for more? 394 00:34:15,888 --> 00:34:17,055 You ready for more? 395 00:34:22,144 --> 00:34:24,353 Yeah, that's right. That's it. 396 00:34:24,354 --> 00:34:26,440 [soft music playing] 397 00:35:12,694 --> 00:35:14,780 [rustling] 398 00:35:21,829 --> 00:35:23,622 - You're getting rid of those? - Yeah. 399 00:35:25,123 --> 00:35:26,916 This is your family's, not Mom's. 400 00:35:26,917 --> 00:35:28,377 Yeah, I know. 401 00:35:29,378 --> 00:35:31,380 A lot of the books weren't hers either, but... 402 00:35:33,048 --> 00:35:34,883 she obsessed over this stuff... 403 00:35:35,676 --> 00:35:38,846 and I can't look at it without thinking about her. 404 00:35:43,100 --> 00:35:45,269 Is thinking about her such a bad thing? 405 00:35:46,353 --> 00:35:48,564 When it's all you think about, yeah. 406 00:35:50,816 --> 00:35:54,236 Whose idea was it to Marie Kondo your whole fucking life? 407 00:35:55,112 --> 00:35:57,906 You're not the only one seeing a therapist. 408 00:36:00,659 --> 00:36:03,203 It's the same therapist who helped you quit drinking? 409 00:36:04,288 --> 00:36:06,123 You say that like it's a bad thing. 410 00:36:08,709 --> 00:36:09,751 The cute one? 411 00:36:12,337 --> 00:36:14,965 Yes. Yes, it is. 412 00:36:27,853 --> 00:36:29,730 [soft music playing] 413 00:37:01,428 --> 00:37:03,012 [sighing] 414 00:37:03,013 --> 00:37:04,056 [man] Welcome. 415 00:37:04,681 --> 00:37:07,475 Today's meditation will be focused 416 00:37:07,476 --> 00:37:10,311 on achieving a deep relaxation 417 00:37:10,312 --> 00:37:11,730 and oneness. 418 00:37:12,773 --> 00:37:15,776 We will be reconnecting ourselves to our bodies. 419 00:37:16,610 --> 00:37:20,363 And so it's often best to do this meditation 420 00:37:20,364 --> 00:37:23,825 either alone or in a place where you feel safe. 421 00:37:25,661 --> 00:37:28,454 As we delve deeper into our minds, 422 00:37:28,455 --> 00:37:30,706 we will encounter energies, 423 00:37:30,707 --> 00:37:32,834 frustrations, and fears. 424 00:37:33,710 --> 00:37:35,230 [voice distorting] Do not be concerned. 425 00:37:36,088 --> 00:37:38,798 We will work through them together. 426 00:37:38,799 --> 00:37:40,383 [ominous music playing] 427 00:37:40,384 --> 00:37:44,346 And you know [indistinct]... 428 00:37:45,138 --> 00:37:47,140 [floor boards creaking] 429 00:38:39,067 --> 00:38:44,072 ♪ 430 00:39:04,843 --> 00:39:06,845 [music intensifying] 431 00:39:26,615 --> 00:39:27,657 [Lily gasps] 432 00:39:30,619 --> 00:39:32,621 [floor boards creaking] 433 00:39:34,706 --> 00:39:36,249 - [eerie shrieking] - [Lily gasps] 434 00:39:38,168 --> 00:39:39,336 [Lily screams] 435 00:39:41,755 --> 00:39:42,838 Lily? 436 00:39:42,839 --> 00:39:44,925 [breathing heavily] 437 00:39:54,059 --> 00:39:56,685 I read that when sleepwalking, 438 00:39:56,686 --> 00:39:59,022 it can seem like you're in the real world... 439 00:40:00,023 --> 00:40:03,150 but your subconscious can create a half-world 440 00:40:03,151 --> 00:40:06,195 where you're aware of the real space you're moving through, 441 00:40:06,196 --> 00:40:10,074 but your mind can still dream things into it. 442 00:40:10,075 --> 00:40:13,829 So that was probably all it was. 443 00:40:46,570 --> 00:40:47,988 There's nothing out there. 444 00:40:51,408 --> 00:40:52,576 I know what I felt. 445 00:40:54,870 --> 00:40:57,330 Something was there with her in the end. 446 00:40:59,666 --> 00:41:00,709 Something that... 447 00:41:02,252 --> 00:41:04,796 that took hold of me when she died. 448 00:41:05,714 --> 00:41:08,967 Maybe whatever it was is gone now. 449 00:41:11,219 --> 00:41:12,762 Please talk to me. 450 00:41:13,346 --> 00:41:14,514 I'm concerned. 451 00:41:17,767 --> 00:41:18,810 [scoffs] 452 00:41:21,688 --> 00:41:23,772 You barely even spoke to me 453 00:41:23,773 --> 00:41:26,734 until I was 25. 454 00:41:26,735 --> 00:41:28,402 I mean, yeah, we had our... our moments, 455 00:41:28,403 --> 00:41:31,155 we had the gardening and horseback riding. 456 00:41:31,156 --> 00:41:32,949 But what is this? 457 00:41:34,492 --> 00:41:36,077 You're concerned now? 458 00:41:37,287 --> 00:41:39,289 Why? What has changed? 459 00:41:40,749 --> 00:41:41,875 Time. 460 00:41:43,293 --> 00:41:45,794 My grandmother was the same way, honestly. 461 00:41:45,795 --> 00:41:48,505 She was a real bitch 462 00:41:48,506 --> 00:41:51,176 until her 80s and then she softened. 463 00:41:51,968 --> 00:41:55,972 Something about seeing the grave coming. 464 00:41:57,807 --> 00:41:58,850 Dad... 465 00:42:00,227 --> 00:42:01,478 Colon cancer. 466 00:42:02,812 --> 00:42:04,564 Couldn't change fast enough. 467 00:42:05,106 --> 00:42:08,901 70% chance of survival so, not bad. 468 00:42:08,902 --> 00:42:12,822 But I start chemo in two months. 469 00:42:14,658 --> 00:42:15,867 I wish I could have... 470 00:42:17,327 --> 00:42:20,663 changed the way your childhood was. 471 00:42:20,664 --> 00:42:23,207 I could have been around more 472 00:42:23,208 --> 00:42:24,960 if your mom had... 473 00:42:27,128 --> 00:42:29,005 Lily, she cheated on me. 474 00:42:29,506 --> 00:42:32,091 I loved her always. 475 00:42:32,092 --> 00:42:33,593 Still do. 476 00:42:34,261 --> 00:42:35,470 I can't, um... 477 00:42:36,471 --> 00:42:38,014 I can't get into this. 478 00:42:39,683 --> 00:42:42,768 I'm sorry about your diagnosis. 479 00:42:42,769 --> 00:42:45,562 I really am, but, um, I just... 480 00:42:45,563 --> 00:42:47,356 I'm only gonna be here a couple more days, so. 481 00:42:47,357 --> 00:42:48,899 A couple more days? 482 00:42:48,900 --> 00:42:50,300 What the fuck are you talking about? 483 00:42:51,236 --> 00:42:53,654 Nothing is coming for you. 484 00:42:53,655 --> 00:42:56,324 You've had this irrational fucking fear ever since... 485 00:42:56,825 --> 00:42:58,158 since I don't know when. 486 00:42:58,159 --> 00:42:59,244 Yeah, you don't know when. 487 00:43:00,745 --> 00:43:03,206 'Cause you were never fucking around for anything. 488 00:43:04,165 --> 00:43:07,209 All you were doing was... was, like, wallowing 489 00:43:07,210 --> 00:43:08,335 for decades. 490 00:43:08,336 --> 00:43:10,337 Have you even once 491 00:43:10,338 --> 00:43:12,589 thought about things from my perspective? 492 00:43:12,590 --> 00:43:14,842 Sure, let's see, middling history professor 493 00:43:14,843 --> 00:43:16,093 knocks up his TA. 494 00:43:16,094 --> 00:43:17,762 And then, oh, wow, big surprise. 495 00:43:18,680 --> 00:43:19,806 Loses his career. 496 00:43:20,890 --> 00:43:22,683 Then you expected Mom to... to what? 497 00:43:22,684 --> 00:43:25,227 Follow you forever just into this futureless life 498 00:43:25,228 --> 00:43:26,520 with a ruined professor? 499 00:43:26,521 --> 00:43:28,397 I loved her, Lily. 500 00:43:28,398 --> 00:43:31,818 I loved her with all my fucking heart. 501 00:43:32,402 --> 00:43:33,403 You loved her. 502 00:43:34,571 --> 00:43:38,032 And that's why you were always moping, 503 00:43:38,033 --> 00:43:39,617 never fucking present for shit. 504 00:43:40,785 --> 00:43:42,786 'Cause you could not stand to be 505 00:43:42,787 --> 00:43:45,164 in the same space as her without her affection. 506 00:43:45,165 --> 00:43:47,082 You couldn't stand to be in the same room 507 00:43:47,083 --> 00:43:49,919 as men she was seeing, men she was fucking. 508 00:43:50,837 --> 00:43:52,838 [breathing deeply] 509 00:43:52,839 --> 00:43:55,300 And don't tell me that I don't know what I'm talking about. 510 00:43:57,927 --> 00:43:58,970 You're right. 511 00:44:00,764 --> 00:44:03,099 I never loved you the way you deserved. 512 00:44:03,767 --> 00:44:06,144 But I didn't deserve this life either. 513 00:44:06,978 --> 00:44:10,357 You're why I lost everything. Why I lost her. 514 00:44:21,951 --> 00:44:23,078 Thank you. 515 00:44:23,953 --> 00:44:24,996 For what? 516 00:44:26,331 --> 00:44:27,499 Finally admitting it. 517 00:44:36,424 --> 00:44:38,426 [thrilling music playing] 518 00:45:01,825 --> 00:45:03,827 [wind howling] 519 00:45:14,087 --> 00:45:16,089 [music fades] 520 00:45:40,363 --> 00:45:41,823 [soft knocking] 521 00:45:44,033 --> 00:45:45,242 [gunshots firing] 522 00:45:45,243 --> 00:45:47,495 [eerie music playing] 523 00:46:01,676 --> 00:46:02,844 [gunshots firing] 524 00:46:07,098 --> 00:46:09,100 [Lily panting] 525 00:46:38,379 --> 00:46:39,546 [Young Lily] Did they really have 526 00:46:39,547 --> 00:46:41,424 so many monsters in the past? 527 00:46:42,258 --> 00:46:44,301 These are just stories, love. 528 00:46:44,302 --> 00:46:46,012 Have you ever seen anything? 529 00:46:52,101 --> 00:46:55,730 You're too young for my stories, little love. 530 00:46:58,942 --> 00:47:01,653 Too young to hear about... 531 00:47:03,112 --> 00:47:04,364 yellow eyes. 532 00:47:06,699 --> 00:47:08,493 Wild and wicked. 533 00:47:12,539 --> 00:47:15,500 Not ready to hear about the pain that never leaves you. 534 00:47:16,251 --> 00:47:19,753 Huh! I heard that. 535 00:47:19,754 --> 00:47:24,842 ♪ 536 00:47:37,814 --> 00:47:38,856 Yellow eyes. 537 00:47:50,785 --> 00:47:51,911 Jesus! 538 00:47:52,829 --> 00:47:54,497 You look like you were up all night. 539 00:47:58,543 --> 00:48:00,253 Are you leaving today? 540 00:48:01,337 --> 00:48:02,380 [scoffs] No. 541 00:48:08,845 --> 00:48:10,220 You taking time off work? 542 00:48:10,221 --> 00:48:11,888 I haven't taken a vacation day all year. 543 00:48:11,889 --> 00:48:13,057 It'll be fine. 544 00:48:16,060 --> 00:48:18,145 How did Mom come to be in your class? 545 00:48:18,146 --> 00:48:20,606 She loved folklore and everything medieval. 546 00:48:20,607 --> 00:48:22,065 You know that. 547 00:48:22,066 --> 00:48:23,525 And how did you come to teach it? 548 00:48:23,526 --> 00:48:25,945 [scoffs] Oh, that's a long story. But... 549 00:48:27,572 --> 00:48:31,034 my family was into it, I guess you could say. 550 00:48:31,784 --> 00:48:32,827 "Into it." 551 00:48:39,000 --> 00:48:40,168 I see. 552 00:48:40,960 --> 00:48:42,294 You really dug deep. 553 00:48:42,295 --> 00:48:43,796 Mom never read me this one. 554 00:48:44,589 --> 00:48:45,715 But there's a page torn up. 555 00:48:47,258 --> 00:48:48,468 Why? 556 00:48:50,803 --> 00:48:53,180 Your mother, before the end, 557 00:48:53,181 --> 00:48:57,018 started to believe some wild ideas. 558 00:48:58,853 --> 00:49:00,188 What sorts of ideas? 559 00:49:10,990 --> 00:49:13,325 The book you're holding is called 560 00:49:13,326 --> 00:49:15,535 Those Creatures Born 561 00:49:15,536 --> 00:49:18,039 Whilst God Did Sleep. 562 00:49:28,591 --> 00:49:31,677 It is a compendium of medieval demonography 563 00:49:31,678 --> 00:49:34,513 written by a 12th-century friar 564 00:49:34,514 --> 00:49:36,391 named Athol Beman. 565 00:49:40,103 --> 00:49:42,188 Everything in this box... 566 00:49:43,439 --> 00:49:44,524 should be burned. 567 00:49:46,609 --> 00:49:48,527 It's a collection of the last things 568 00:49:48,528 --> 00:49:50,405 your mother ever wrote. 569 00:49:51,447 --> 00:49:52,782 Letters mostly. 570 00:49:53,741 --> 00:49:55,785 She said some... many... 571 00:49:57,161 --> 00:49:58,329 terrible things. 572 00:50:00,915 --> 00:50:02,708 Among them, though... 573 00:50:02,709 --> 00:50:05,795 ♪ 574 00:50:13,428 --> 00:50:14,512 Lily... 575 00:50:15,430 --> 00:50:18,641 there's so many crazy texts in the Middle Ages like this. 576 00:50:19,934 --> 00:50:22,018 Friars were drunk most of the time. 577 00:50:22,019 --> 00:50:23,146 Read. 578 00:50:32,822 --> 00:50:34,282 "As for those..." 579 00:50:35,366 --> 00:50:38,077 monsters and demons beyond... 580 00:50:38,953 --> 00:50:41,664 the knowing of this humble chronicler. 581 00:50:42,665 --> 00:50:46,586 Beyond perhaps even the comprehension of man, 582 00:50:48,337 --> 00:50:50,088 we name them 583 00:50:50,089 --> 00:50:53,050 innominatum metus. 584 00:50:56,053 --> 00:50:58,847 And I beseech those tormented 585 00:50:58,848 --> 00:51:00,098 to use against 586 00:51:00,099 --> 00:51:03,268 their wretched tormentors, 587 00:51:03,269 --> 00:51:04,978 a deadly 588 00:51:04,979 --> 00:51:08,399 and powerful antidote to pain... 589 00:51:09,025 --> 00:51:10,234 and in battle... 590 00:51:13,488 --> 00:51:14,864 "let the matter be settled." 591 00:51:17,033 --> 00:51:19,786 I... Innominatum metus? 592 00:51:20,995 --> 00:51:22,288 Nameless fear. 593 00:51:26,250 --> 00:51:27,543 [phone ringing] 594 00:51:31,047 --> 00:51:32,089 - Hey. - [Willow] Hey. 595 00:51:32,799 --> 00:51:35,675 Shouldn't you be learning about the uses 596 00:51:35,676 --> 00:51:38,554 of beetles sperm in insulation or something? 597 00:51:39,138 --> 00:51:40,555 [Willow] Oh, I'll be hearing all about 598 00:51:40,556 --> 00:51:41,796 the Beatles splooge soon enough. 599 00:51:42,558 --> 00:51:44,226 But there was some time between presentations 600 00:51:44,227 --> 00:51:45,978 I needed to attend, so... 601 00:51:47,146 --> 00:51:48,981 You could be checking out the city. 602 00:51:50,775 --> 00:51:51,859 [Willow] I'd rather talk. 603 00:51:56,447 --> 00:51:57,490 You still there? 604 00:51:58,407 --> 00:51:59,700 Yeah. 605 00:52:02,829 --> 00:52:04,829 [Willow] I wanna show you something I'm working on. 606 00:52:04,997 --> 00:52:06,833 - Can I share an album? - Yeah, of course. 607 00:52:09,836 --> 00:52:11,586 Designs for my ideal house. 608 00:52:11,587 --> 00:52:12,797 [Lily] No way. 609 00:52:15,258 --> 00:52:16,842 These are incredible. 610 00:52:16,843 --> 00:52:18,886 Frog vomit roof tiles and everything. 611 00:52:21,472 --> 00:52:22,765 Why don't you come to New York? 612 00:52:24,892 --> 00:52:26,101 What? 613 00:52:26,102 --> 00:52:27,936 Yeah. Leave the past behind. 614 00:52:27,937 --> 00:52:31,022 We could dance until dawn, hit a few puffs. 615 00:52:31,023 --> 00:52:34,609 [laughs] What you need is fresh air, new ideas. 616 00:52:34,610 --> 00:52:36,570 I go on these walks where I look at all the different ways 617 00:52:36,571 --> 00:52:38,251 - that architecture just... - Willow, stop. 618 00:52:39,782 --> 00:52:41,408 What? 619 00:52:41,409 --> 00:52:42,868 Come on, Lily... 620 00:52:42,869 --> 00:52:44,828 I have... I have to go. 621 00:52:44,829 --> 00:52:45,955 Sorry. 622 00:52:46,664 --> 00:52:47,707 Talk later. 623 00:52:49,876 --> 00:52:51,516 I can't believe this shit. Listen to this. 624 00:52:52,962 --> 00:52:55,338 [scoffs] "I can't take it anymore." 625 00:52:55,339 --> 00:52:57,884 I can't take it anymore. Greg is so weak. 626 00:52:58,551 --> 00:52:59,968 He's so weak. 627 00:52:59,969 --> 00:53:01,554 "I wanna hurt him sometimes." 628 00:53:07,184 --> 00:53:08,227 "Lily." 629 00:53:10,688 --> 00:53:12,189 I wonder if I should have aborted her. 630 00:53:13,149 --> 00:53:14,691 I could have been free. 631 00:53:14,692 --> 00:53:16,412 I could have gone anywhere, done anything... 632 00:53:17,028 --> 00:53:18,029 "and been young." 633 00:53:18,946 --> 00:53:21,406 It's possible that this was just an exercise and... 634 00:53:21,407 --> 00:53:23,241 and not an uncommon one, 635 00:53:23,242 --> 00:53:25,619 to write all your worst feelings down 636 00:53:25,620 --> 00:53:27,288 in letters and then burn them. 637 00:53:28,039 --> 00:53:29,874 Then why didn't she fucking burn them? 638 00:53:31,125 --> 00:53:32,501 Maybe she was going to... 639 00:53:33,586 --> 00:53:34,712 but wasn't ready yet. 640 00:53:37,089 --> 00:53:39,091 - A... and then... - Then shot herself. 641 00:53:47,099 --> 00:53:48,142 No. 642 00:53:49,769 --> 00:53:50,895 No. There's more to this. 643 00:53:57,735 --> 00:54:01,238 [eerie music playing] 644 00:54:51,247 --> 00:54:52,497 [cell phone buzzing] 645 00:54:52,498 --> 00:54:56,585 [soft music playing] 646 00:55:05,344 --> 00:55:08,514 [music turns tense] 647 00:55:54,977 --> 00:55:56,187 [floorboards creaking] 648 00:56:05,404 --> 00:56:09,241 ♪ 649 00:56:38,187 --> 00:56:40,022 [owl hooting] 650 00:56:42,942 --> 00:56:44,485 [bird chirping] 651 00:56:47,530 --> 00:56:50,741 [chirping continues] 652 00:57:03,379 --> 00:57:04,880 [pigeon cooing] 653 00:57:11,262 --> 00:57:13,139 [bird sounds continue playing] 654 00:57:18,727 --> 00:57:19,728 [recorder clicks] 655 00:57:20,729 --> 00:57:22,064 - [growling] - [Lily gasps] 656 00:57:22,648 --> 00:57:24,608 [grunting] 657 00:57:25,276 --> 00:57:27,278 [Lily gasping for air] 658 00:57:28,529 --> 00:57:31,282 [panting] 659 00:57:34,827 --> 00:57:36,328 [phone buzzing] 660 00:57:40,124 --> 00:57:43,544 ♪ 661 00:57:52,845 --> 00:57:55,389 [Lily breathing heavily] 662 00:58:06,066 --> 00:58:07,359 What the hell are you doing? 663 00:58:08,861 --> 00:58:10,279 Making sure you're not dead yet. 664 00:58:12,865 --> 00:58:13,908 Thanks? 665 00:58:22,249 --> 00:58:23,500 [Gregory sighs] 666 00:58:28,464 --> 00:58:31,717 I'm very tired, Lily. 667 00:58:33,177 --> 00:58:34,803 Can we talk tomorrow? 668 00:58:54,406 --> 00:58:55,865 [eerie music playing] 669 00:58:55,866 --> 00:58:57,575 [gasps] 670 00:58:57,576 --> 00:59:00,120 [heartbeat thumping] 671 00:59:03,249 --> 00:59:04,416 Fuck this. 672 00:59:07,544 --> 00:59:09,087 "I beseech those tormented 673 00:59:09,088 --> 00:59:11,381 to use against these wretched tormentors 674 00:59:11,382 --> 00:59:14,342 and a powerful and deadly antidote to pain, 675 00:59:14,343 --> 00:59:16,804 and in battle let these matters be settled." 676 00:59:19,014 --> 00:59:20,348 Let's see how this monster's claws do 677 00:59:20,349 --> 00:59:21,475 against fucking steel plate. 678 00:59:22,226 --> 00:59:23,643 What? 679 00:59:23,644 --> 00:59:25,186 No, I've looked through all the books, 680 00:59:25,187 --> 00:59:26,980 and the one thing I see universally, 681 00:59:26,981 --> 00:59:28,731 the guys trying to kill these things are armored 682 00:59:28,732 --> 00:59:30,233 head to toe. 683 00:59:30,234 --> 00:59:31,986 So, Mom... 684 00:59:33,153 --> 00:59:36,781 This stuff, this was how she was trying to escape. 685 00:59:36,782 --> 00:59:38,742 It was her antidote to... to pain. 686 00:59:40,286 --> 00:59:41,996 - Fuck. - [steel clatters] 687 00:59:42,538 --> 00:59:44,248 Can we talk through this? 688 00:59:45,082 --> 00:59:47,042 Sure. Yeah. Who wants to go first? 689 00:59:50,713 --> 00:59:51,755 Okay, I'll go. 690 00:59:52,840 --> 00:59:55,341 When my mother was killed, this thing attached to me, 691 00:59:55,342 --> 00:59:58,094 and it's been feeding on my pain the way it fed on hers. 692 00:59:58,095 --> 01:00:00,471 It wants to scare me away with these visions. 693 01:00:00,472 --> 01:00:02,432 I wasn't gonna run so it can keep fucking feeding. 694 01:00:03,434 --> 01:00:06,144 Before Mom, maybe it was connected to your dad, right? 695 01:00:06,145 --> 01:00:08,188 You always said he was a bastard, a tyrant. 696 01:00:08,731 --> 01:00:11,065 And then... and then his mother before him, right? 697 01:00:11,066 --> 01:00:12,608 You always said your grandma was this... 698 01:00:12,609 --> 01:00:15,194 this depressive, angry, awful person. 699 01:00:15,195 --> 01:00:18,406 And then just back and back. 700 01:00:18,407 --> 01:00:19,782 And then this thing probably followed our family 701 01:00:19,783 --> 01:00:21,409 over from Ireland. 702 01:00:21,410 --> 01:00:22,744 I mean, maybe that's why our ancestors came here, 703 01:00:22,745 --> 01:00:24,288 - to escape it. - What about me? 704 01:00:28,292 --> 01:00:29,460 Maybe it's... 705 01:00:31,045 --> 01:00:32,212 feeding on you too. 706 01:00:33,756 --> 01:00:35,632 - Killing you. - [laughs] 707 01:00:36,717 --> 01:00:38,344 You gotta be kidding me, Lily. 708 01:00:39,345 --> 01:00:40,429 You sound... 709 01:00:45,059 --> 01:00:46,143 Say it. 710 01:00:55,736 --> 01:00:58,739 [soft music playing] 711 01:01:01,283 --> 01:01:03,369 [metallic clattering] 712 01:02:00,426 --> 01:02:03,846 ♪ 713 01:02:13,439 --> 01:02:17,234 [thrilling music plays] 714 01:02:43,260 --> 01:02:44,303 [hammer clangs on metal] 715 01:03:09,703 --> 01:03:12,664 ♪ 716 01:03:13,290 --> 01:03:14,916 That's not a foil you're holding. 717 01:03:14,917 --> 01:03:17,210 You hold it like you mean to kill. 718 01:03:17,211 --> 01:03:18,545 Not fence. 719 01:03:19,046 --> 01:03:20,589 This isn't a sport. 720 01:03:21,215 --> 01:03:24,092 You're not trying to score by poking someone's foot. 721 01:03:36,772 --> 01:03:39,566 Get your power and your strength from your core. 722 01:03:40,526 --> 01:03:41,901 So maybe you want it lower. 723 01:03:41,902 --> 01:03:43,779 [hammer clanging] 724 01:03:44,738 --> 01:03:45,948 [imitates whooshing] 725 01:03:47,407 --> 01:03:49,951 When you strike, just get an impact... 726 01:03:49,952 --> 01:03:51,161 [grunts] 727 01:03:52,162 --> 01:03:53,996 on each one of those thrusts. 728 01:03:53,997 --> 01:03:56,040 [Gregory grunting] 729 01:03:56,041 --> 01:03:58,627 - [Lily grunts] - Oh, that's death. 730 01:04:00,170 --> 01:04:03,297 Far behind, that's weak. Here you have power. 731 01:04:03,298 --> 01:04:07,385 - [sword swishing] - [hammer clanging] 732 01:04:07,386 --> 01:04:09,763 [Lily grunts] 733 01:04:11,932 --> 01:04:14,643 [music fades] 734 01:04:17,854 --> 01:04:19,106 [horses neighing] 735 01:04:31,285 --> 01:04:33,370 [Gregory sighs] 736 01:04:36,873 --> 01:04:38,333 Your mother did love me... 737 01:04:39,293 --> 01:04:40,377 for a time. 738 01:04:41,128 --> 01:04:42,878 But she got tired 739 01:04:42,879 --> 01:04:46,216 of my relentless sadness. 740 01:04:47,342 --> 01:04:51,305 She was young, of course, she started seeing other men. 741 01:04:53,015 --> 01:04:55,350 [scoffs] I should have forgiven her that. 742 01:04:59,605 --> 01:05:01,772 She was a good person, 743 01:05:01,773 --> 01:05:05,902 and I regret many things I said to her. 744 01:05:07,279 --> 01:05:09,031 I know she wouldn't want this. 745 01:05:11,491 --> 01:05:14,369 She'd want you to be happy. Move on. 746 01:05:15,704 --> 01:05:17,831 Not fighting this old fight. 747 01:05:20,208 --> 01:05:22,878 There is something out there... 748 01:05:25,505 --> 01:05:26,923 and I need to kill it. 749 01:05:31,762 --> 01:05:33,263 Remember Don Quixote? 750 01:05:35,807 --> 01:05:38,225 He imagined different realities 751 01:05:38,226 --> 01:05:40,228 from what was actually in front of him. 752 01:05:41,605 --> 01:05:43,564 He took everyday things 753 01:05:43,565 --> 01:05:46,443 and made them part of a great knight's tale. 754 01:05:54,201 --> 01:05:55,369 Born to wallow. 755 01:06:00,957 --> 01:06:02,000 You told me that. 756 01:06:05,170 --> 01:06:06,213 [exhales] 757 01:06:15,889 --> 01:06:17,182 I love you, Dad. 758 01:06:19,893 --> 01:06:20,936 But I... 759 01:06:21,937 --> 01:06:23,605 I don't need lectures. 760 01:06:29,194 --> 01:06:30,278 I love you too. 761 01:06:32,823 --> 01:06:34,991 Even if I've been terrible at showing it. 762 01:06:39,204 --> 01:06:40,724 We've both been terrible at showing it. 763 01:06:44,209 --> 01:06:45,335 [Gregory sighs] 764 01:07:13,530 --> 01:07:15,157 [video call beeping] 765 01:07:21,204 --> 01:07:22,247 Hey. 766 01:07:23,999 --> 01:07:25,083 I, um... 767 01:07:27,127 --> 01:07:28,378 I wanted to apologize. 768 01:07:28,879 --> 01:07:30,422 Last time we talked, I was a little... 769 01:07:32,090 --> 01:07:33,716 terse. 770 01:07:33,717 --> 01:07:34,843 You were. 771 01:07:35,427 --> 01:07:37,470 But I also tried to get you to come away, 772 01:07:37,471 --> 01:07:39,514 so I'm sorry too. 773 01:07:40,640 --> 01:07:42,308 I need to give you the time that you need 774 01:07:42,309 --> 01:07:43,669 and I shouldn't have been that way. 775 01:07:45,437 --> 01:07:46,677 Is there anything else I can do? 776 01:07:47,397 --> 01:07:48,757 You know, to help you through this? 777 01:07:51,526 --> 01:07:52,569 Um... 778 01:07:54,654 --> 01:07:56,113 there might come a time 779 01:07:56,114 --> 01:07:58,657 when I tell you some crazy shit 780 01:07:58,658 --> 01:08:01,995 and I just need you to hear me out. 781 01:08:04,122 --> 01:08:05,415 That's all. 782 01:08:06,041 --> 01:08:08,168 Pineapple on pizza crazy, or vegan cat crazy? 783 01:08:09,085 --> 01:08:11,545 [both chuckle] 784 01:08:11,546 --> 01:08:12,964 Anything you wanna talk about now? 785 01:08:14,883 --> 01:08:15,926 No. 786 01:08:16,676 --> 01:08:17,718 Not on the phone. 787 01:08:17,719 --> 01:08:18,845 Um... 788 01:08:19,638 --> 01:08:21,264 when we're together again, then yes. 789 01:08:23,642 --> 01:08:26,435 Yeah. When we're together again. 790 01:08:26,436 --> 01:08:28,021 Every day here, away from you... 791 01:08:29,397 --> 01:08:30,774 I keep feeling as though... 792 01:08:32,150 --> 01:08:34,360 it wasn't you who needed to be pried away from there, 793 01:08:34,361 --> 01:08:36,404 but maybe me who needs to go to you. 794 01:08:38,657 --> 01:08:41,116 - Um, you have a job. - I know. I know. 795 01:08:41,117 --> 01:08:42,952 I just... A feeling is a feeling 796 01:08:42,953 --> 01:08:44,955 and I... I feel like I let you down. 797 01:08:47,707 --> 01:08:49,751 If you need to take space from me... 798 01:08:50,919 --> 01:08:52,254 I... I understand. 799 01:08:58,260 --> 01:08:59,469 Is that your dad? 800 01:09:01,721 --> 01:09:02,764 Oh, I'll call you back. 801 01:09:04,307 --> 01:09:07,602 [eerie music playing] 802 01:09:13,441 --> 01:09:15,735 [floorboards creaking] 803 01:09:39,759 --> 01:09:42,429 [flies buzzing] 804 01:10:01,072 --> 01:10:03,908 [ominous music plays] 805 01:10:03,909 --> 01:10:06,828 [Lily panting] 806 01:10:11,750 --> 01:10:14,336 Keep trying, you fucker! I'm coming for you! 807 01:10:16,004 --> 01:10:17,713 You took my mom. 808 01:10:17,714 --> 01:10:20,884 You're not taking me, you're not taking my dad. 809 01:10:25,096 --> 01:10:26,139 You hear me? 810 01:10:41,863 --> 01:10:43,239 [Gregory sighs] 811 01:10:44,783 --> 01:10:46,076 [Lily sighs] 812 01:10:52,832 --> 01:10:54,584 They always show armor getting penetrated... 813 01:10:56,211 --> 01:10:58,380 - in movies. - Yeah, that's a crock of shit. 814 01:10:59,130 --> 01:11:01,508 If armor didn't do its job, no one would've bothered. 815 01:11:06,721 --> 01:11:09,306 Sword feels right. Feels like a part of mom. 816 01:11:09,307 --> 01:11:10,892 Hmm. 817 01:11:12,227 --> 01:11:14,186 I was thinking I might just take the pistol too, though. 818 01:11:14,187 --> 01:11:16,271 If you're gonna fight in armor, 819 01:11:16,272 --> 01:11:17,940 don't take anything with you 820 01:11:17,941 --> 01:11:21,069 that can be used against you if taken away. 821 01:11:22,570 --> 01:11:25,407 The sword won't penetrate steel plate. 822 01:11:27,283 --> 01:11:31,246 [inspiring music playing] 823 01:11:31,997 --> 01:11:33,373 [horse huffs] 824 01:12:02,902 --> 01:12:04,237 [horse whinnies] 825 01:12:07,907 --> 01:12:11,911 ♪ 826 01:12:47,322 --> 01:12:48,490 [owl hoots] 827 01:12:49,783 --> 01:12:52,452 [ominous music plays] 828 01:12:58,792 --> 01:12:59,959 [Lily sighs] 829 01:13:32,117 --> 01:13:34,119 [steel plates clinking] 830 01:13:57,767 --> 01:13:59,227 [steel plates clinking] 831 01:14:16,953 --> 01:14:19,205 [Lily breathing shakily] 832 01:14:47,650 --> 01:14:48,735 [bait snaps] 833 01:14:54,824 --> 01:14:57,702 [demonic voice] I did not kill your mother. 834 01:14:58,578 --> 01:15:00,997 I tried to stop her. 835 01:15:07,462 --> 01:15:11,757 I showed her what would happen to you 836 01:15:11,758 --> 01:15:13,592 if she's gone. 837 01:15:13,593 --> 01:15:19,557 ♪ 838 01:15:25,897 --> 01:15:27,273 It feeds you, doesn't it? 839 01:15:29,067 --> 01:15:30,109 This pain? 840 01:15:33,196 --> 01:15:34,405 I can feel it. 841 01:15:36,950 --> 01:15:38,201 You're trying to trick me. 842 01:15:41,120 --> 01:15:42,538 I can't take it anymore. 843 01:15:44,165 --> 01:15:45,416 Then leave. 844 01:15:49,337 --> 01:15:50,671 Get some air. 845 01:15:50,672 --> 01:15:55,467 ♪ 846 01:15:55,468 --> 01:15:56,678 Leave? 847 01:15:59,764 --> 01:16:02,850 I'd rather die than have Lily think I didn't love her. 848 01:16:05,603 --> 01:16:09,314 [demonic voice] I showed what she would do 849 01:16:09,315 --> 01:16:11,066 and she did it anyway. 850 01:16:11,067 --> 01:16:12,567 - [gunshot] - [grunts] 851 01:16:12,568 --> 01:16:15,822 [screaming] 852 01:16:19,575 --> 01:16:23,120 [dramatic music playing] 853 01:16:23,121 --> 01:16:24,289 [groans] 854 01:16:26,291 --> 01:16:30,419 [demonic voice] Your mother was a monster, Lillian. 855 01:16:30,420 --> 01:16:34,841 Let me show you what she really was. 856 01:16:37,010 --> 01:16:39,177 Lillian Pierce back in the house! 857 01:16:39,178 --> 01:16:40,512 [demon growls] 858 01:16:40,513 --> 01:16:43,141 [eerie music playing] 859 01:16:49,981 --> 01:16:55,981 ♪ 860 01:17:00,450 --> 01:17:04,287 [dramatic drumming] 861 01:17:12,211 --> 01:17:15,339 Go home, Lillian Pierce. 862 01:17:15,340 --> 01:17:16,758 You won't kill me. 863 01:17:18,051 --> 01:17:19,177 [sighs] 864 01:17:22,180 --> 01:17:23,973 If you wanna see Mom... 865 01:17:30,897 --> 01:17:32,273 just sleep. 866 01:17:34,734 --> 01:17:36,110 I'll be right there. 867 01:17:38,029 --> 01:17:40,531 Young forever. 868 01:17:42,575 --> 01:17:44,327 Just like I always wanted. 869 01:17:47,330 --> 01:17:50,665 Better to see me in your nightmares 870 01:17:50,666 --> 01:17:52,335 than to not see me at all. 871 01:17:53,378 --> 01:17:56,839 [pensive music playing] 872 01:18:03,638 --> 01:18:06,474 [somber music building] 873 01:18:29,997 --> 01:18:32,667 I stabbed it right in the chest. 874 01:18:34,210 --> 01:18:35,378 Nothing happened. 875 01:18:38,256 --> 01:18:40,424 This thing's gonna be attached to me forever. 876 01:18:40,425 --> 01:18:41,842 You know, I just need to accept that, 877 01:18:41,843 --> 01:18:43,635 like, live my life the best I can. 878 01:18:43,636 --> 01:18:46,639 Keep pissing the bed in fear every now and then. 879 01:18:49,100 --> 01:18:50,309 Won't have a relationship. 880 01:18:51,727 --> 01:18:52,812 It's fine. 881 01:18:54,397 --> 01:18:55,481 Plenty of people don't. 882 01:18:57,150 --> 01:18:58,276 Let's say... 883 01:18:59,944 --> 01:19:02,279 if you were following what was written on that page... 884 01:19:02,280 --> 01:19:06,116 Don't pretend that you believe a goddamn word that I've said. 885 01:19:06,117 --> 01:19:07,452 I wasn't finished. 886 01:19:10,163 --> 01:19:11,456 What I was gonna ask is... 887 01:19:13,166 --> 01:19:15,292 how are you satisfying the part 888 01:19:15,293 --> 01:19:18,128 about those tormented 889 01:19:18,129 --> 01:19:20,297 use a deadly antidote? 890 01:19:20,298 --> 01:19:21,923 "I beseeched those tormented 891 01:19:21,924 --> 01:19:24,259 to use against these wretched tormentors 892 01:19:24,260 --> 01:19:26,928 a powerful and deadly antidote to pain 893 01:19:26,929 --> 01:19:28,805 and in battle let the matter be settled." 894 01:19:28,806 --> 01:19:30,016 That's... 895 01:19:32,018 --> 01:19:33,519 That's what I've been doing. 896 01:19:35,646 --> 01:19:38,608 Using in battle a symbol of ♪om's love the... 897 01:19:41,027 --> 01:19:43,696 the armor that claws can't penetrate. 898 01:19:45,031 --> 01:19:46,990 She loved everything medieval, 899 01:19:46,991 --> 01:19:48,159 yes, but... 900 01:19:50,536 --> 01:19:51,579 what about you? 901 01:19:53,080 --> 01:19:56,334 Maybe there needs to be more. 902 01:19:57,668 --> 01:20:01,756 More of what you specifically love. 903 01:20:02,882 --> 01:20:05,009 Stop going through Mom's stuff. 904 01:20:06,636 --> 01:20:07,762 Go through yours. 905 01:20:15,645 --> 01:20:18,439 [soft music playing] 906 01:20:33,037 --> 01:20:38,834 ♪ 907 01:20:54,016 --> 01:20:55,892 [birds chirping] 908 01:20:55,893 --> 01:20:57,937 [soft music continues] 909 01:21:30,720 --> 01:21:32,763 [fire crackling] 910 01:21:44,817 --> 01:21:50,656 ♪ 911 01:21:54,118 --> 01:21:56,203 What if creatures like this operate... 912 01:21:57,872 --> 01:21:59,165 in a place in between? 913 01:22:02,043 --> 01:22:03,544 One foot in the real world. 914 01:22:04,879 --> 01:22:07,673 And one in another that we can't possibly understand. 915 01:22:10,176 --> 01:22:12,845 And fear is here to protect us from that world. 916 01:22:17,516 --> 01:22:18,684 Maybe it's a delusion... 917 01:22:21,771 --> 01:22:23,021 and I have lost it. 918 01:22:23,022 --> 01:22:28,110 ♪ 919 01:22:30,738 --> 01:22:32,198 I need someone to believe me... 920 01:22:35,326 --> 01:22:36,410 and to see... 921 01:22:43,668 --> 01:22:44,835 what I see. 922 01:22:47,129 --> 01:22:53,129 ♪ 923 01:23:18,411 --> 01:23:20,538 [fire crackling] 924 01:23:34,009 --> 01:23:37,763 - [ominous music building] - [armour clattering] 925 01:23:43,936 --> 01:23:45,604 [owl hooting] 926 01:24:00,745 --> 01:24:01,829 [faint sigh] 927 01:24:21,056 --> 01:24:22,892 I am right here. 928 01:24:23,768 --> 01:24:26,645 I'm right fucking here. 929 01:24:38,824 --> 01:24:40,743 [dramatic music playing] 930 01:24:43,871 --> 01:24:45,790 [both groaning and grunting] 931 01:24:50,419 --> 01:24:56,300 ♪ 932 01:24:58,385 --> 01:24:59,470 Holly berries. 933 01:25:00,054 --> 01:25:01,096 Beautiful. 934 01:25:02,473 --> 01:25:03,557 Poisonous. 935 01:25:06,811 --> 01:25:09,146 [dramatic music continues] 936 01:25:25,371 --> 01:25:31,371 ♪ 937 01:25:32,253 --> 01:25:33,712 Fuck it! 938 01:25:37,466 --> 01:25:38,592 Mr. Pierce? 939 01:25:40,511 --> 01:25:42,387 Mr. Pierce, I'm Willow. I'm Lily's girlfriend. 940 01:25:42,388 --> 01:25:44,097 Lily told me about you. 941 01:25:44,098 --> 01:25:45,557 Has she told you what she's doing? 942 01:25:45,558 --> 01:25:46,725 A little. 943 01:25:47,476 --> 01:25:49,061 We may not have much time. 944 01:25:49,603 --> 01:25:51,438 Is she in danger? Should I call the police? 945 01:25:52,022 --> 01:25:53,566 They'll never believe this. 946 01:25:56,110 --> 01:25:57,236 How can I help? 947 01:25:57,820 --> 01:26:00,281 [both struggling] 948 01:26:02,992 --> 01:26:06,245 [dynamic music playing] 949 01:26:15,671 --> 01:26:21,671 ♪ 950 01:26:25,431 --> 01:26:26,557 Silvia. 951 01:26:27,683 --> 01:26:29,393 [both grunting] 952 01:26:34,815 --> 01:26:35,983 [Lily grunts] 953 01:26:39,403 --> 01:26:42,238 I should have cut you out. 954 01:26:42,239 --> 01:26:43,449 Fuck yourself. 955 01:26:44,158 --> 01:26:45,200 You are not her. 956 01:26:45,826 --> 01:26:46,869 [groans] 957 01:26:50,789 --> 01:26:52,416 [Lily groans in pain] 958 01:27:04,553 --> 01:27:06,889 [Lily panting] 959 01:27:08,182 --> 01:27:10,392 [grunting in pain] 960 01:27:14,647 --> 01:27:16,982 You can't keep me off forever. 961 01:27:20,819 --> 01:27:22,695 [demon sighs] 962 01:27:22,696 --> 01:27:24,823 [claws scraping] 963 01:27:26,492 --> 01:27:28,493 What the fuck! 964 01:27:28,494 --> 01:27:31,121 Need a plan. Need an idea. 965 01:27:37,169 --> 01:27:38,212 Willow. 966 01:27:38,963 --> 01:27:40,046 Willow, listen to me. 967 01:27:40,047 --> 01:27:42,424 [claws scraping] 968 01:27:50,224 --> 01:27:52,935 [faint up-tempo music playing over speaker] 969 01:28:03,612 --> 01:28:05,072 [screaming over speaker] 970 01:28:10,703 --> 01:28:12,496 [Lily panting] 971 01:28:16,750 --> 01:28:18,836 [panting] 972 01:28:28,637 --> 01:28:29,680 Lily. 973 01:28:31,849 --> 01:28:33,809 Dad, did you... did you see it? 974 01:28:37,688 --> 01:28:38,731 Yeah. 975 01:28:40,149 --> 01:28:41,233 Hang on. 976 01:28:41,817 --> 01:28:43,234 Yeah. [winces] 977 01:28:43,235 --> 01:28:45,903 [up-tempo music playing over speaker] 978 01:28:45,904 --> 01:28:48,157 [panting] 979 01:28:48,907 --> 01:28:51,147 He said just play the music. He said just play the music. 980 01:28:53,203 --> 01:28:54,413 [Lily panting] 981 01:28:55,414 --> 01:28:56,457 Okay. 982 01:28:58,917 --> 01:28:59,960 Dad, what do we do? 983 01:29:01,795 --> 01:29:02,880 I wasn't enough. 984 01:29:04,465 --> 01:29:05,758 That's not true. 985 01:29:07,634 --> 01:29:09,762 That is not true. 986 01:29:10,929 --> 01:29:12,097 You are fighting it. 987 01:29:14,141 --> 01:29:15,476 Just like your mother. 988 01:29:16,977 --> 01:29:20,021 And if she hadn't been alone... [sighs] 989 01:29:20,022 --> 01:29:21,940 maybe it would've been different. 990 01:29:24,693 --> 01:29:26,444 You didn't cower 991 01:29:26,445 --> 01:29:29,239 like I've always done for my fears. 992 01:29:36,080 --> 01:29:40,667 And I am so fucking proud of you. 993 01:29:44,088 --> 01:29:47,257 [Gregory sighs] 994 01:29:49,093 --> 01:29:51,135 We need this thing drowning in poison, 995 01:29:51,136 --> 01:29:52,638 not just slashed by it. 996 01:29:53,639 --> 01:29:55,349 Dad, what are you saying? Dad? 997 01:29:58,102 --> 01:29:59,269 I love you, Lily. 998 01:30:00,896 --> 01:30:03,272 Should have told you that a hundred thousand times more 999 01:30:03,273 --> 01:30:04,816 than I did. 1000 01:30:04,817 --> 01:30:06,944 [somber music plays] 1001 01:30:09,571 --> 01:30:13,617 Let me be the father I always should have been. 1002 01:30:18,539 --> 01:30:20,624 - [Gregory coughing] - Dad. 1003 01:30:26,130 --> 01:30:28,215 Dad, don't take another step. 1004 01:30:35,180 --> 01:30:38,058 [panting] 1005 01:30:41,186 --> 01:30:43,772 [fire crackling] 1006 01:30:54,616 --> 01:31:00,581 ♪ 1007 01:31:12,593 --> 01:31:15,554 I missed your bedtime story tonight, didn't I? 1008 01:31:17,806 --> 01:31:19,808 Why didn't I tell you what I know by heart then? 1009 01:31:20,934 --> 01:31:23,312 [Gregory panting] 1010 01:31:29,193 --> 01:31:31,320 There once was a brave little girl. 1011 01:31:32,988 --> 01:31:34,364 And she was quick. 1012 01:31:35,782 --> 01:31:37,159 And she was strong. 1013 01:31:38,952 --> 01:31:40,662 And she was going to be okay... 1014 01:31:48,128 --> 01:31:50,547 [Willow grunting] 1015 01:31:51,089 --> 01:31:54,468 [somber music playing] 1016 01:32:03,393 --> 01:32:05,812 even if her mom couldn't always be there for her. 1017 01:32:09,399 --> 01:32:11,401 Because some things are too much to bear. 1018 01:32:16,990 --> 01:32:20,826 But that brave little girl was stronger 1019 01:32:20,827 --> 01:32:23,412 than her mom could ever be. 1020 01:32:23,413 --> 01:32:27,125 [inspiring music playing] 1021 01:32:37,177 --> 01:32:39,054 [Gregory groaning in pain] 1022 01:32:43,475 --> 01:32:46,561 - [sword scraping] - [armour clattering] 1023 01:32:55,320 --> 01:32:57,698 [tense music building] 1024 01:32:58,532 --> 01:33:00,742 [Lily panting] 1025 01:33:07,249 --> 01:33:12,587 ♪ 1026 01:33:14,131 --> 01:33:17,384 Willow, go help my dad stop the bleeding. 1027 01:33:28,520 --> 01:33:30,397 [retching] 1028 01:33:41,366 --> 01:33:42,617 [sword clangs] 1029 01:33:47,581 --> 01:33:49,332 I had rather claw my fucking face off 1030 01:33:49,333 --> 01:33:51,375 than spend another day with you. 1031 01:33:51,376 --> 01:33:54,046 [Lily gasps and grunts] 1032 01:34:01,887 --> 01:34:07,768 ♪ 1033 01:34:12,272 --> 01:34:15,275 [painting] 1034 01:34:19,613 --> 01:34:21,156 This is not who you were. 1035 01:34:22,657 --> 01:34:24,201 My mom was a human. 1036 01:34:25,660 --> 01:34:29,456 She was afraid and she was in pain. 1037 01:34:30,082 --> 01:34:31,917 She wasn't a monster. 1038 01:34:32,626 --> 01:34:35,169 She died long ago and you are not her. 1039 01:34:35,170 --> 01:34:37,004 [growling and screaming] 1040 01:34:37,005 --> 01:34:41,635 ♪ 1041 01:34:48,266 --> 01:34:50,060 [music fades] 1042 01:34:53,438 --> 01:34:55,857 [Gregory grunting] 1043 01:35:03,490 --> 01:35:04,908 Stay with me, Dad. 1044 01:35:07,744 --> 01:35:09,037 Is that just... 1045 01:35:09,704 --> 01:35:11,623 Is that all really just... 1046 01:35:16,711 --> 01:35:18,672 70% chance? 1047 01:35:22,759 --> 01:35:23,885 We are here now. 1048 01:35:27,722 --> 01:35:28,806 That's all that matters. 1049 01:35:28,807 --> 01:35:30,350 [birds chirping] 1050 01:35:32,144 --> 01:35:33,270 That's all that matters. 1051 01:35:47,325 --> 01:35:48,535 Let's go. 1052 01:35:49,286 --> 01:35:50,954 [Gregory grunting] 1053 01:36:00,422 --> 01:36:02,924 [dramatic music playing] 1054 01:36:53,308 --> 01:36:56,394 [upbeat music building] 1055 01:37:56,413 --> 01:38:02,413 ♪ 1056 01:38:51,426 --> 01:38:55,513 ♪ 70327

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