1 00:00:54,220 --> 00:00:55,521 'Tis the night, 2 00:00:56,089 --> 00:00:59,491 the night of the grave's delight. 3 00:02:01,755 --> 00:02:02,688 Gotcha. 4 00:02:06,226 --> 00:02:09,461 Hey. They're not your mates. Your mates are over here. 5 00:02:09,896 --> 00:02:10,896 Go on. Go. 6 00:02:19,840 --> 00:02:21,440 You think i give a shit, Corey? 7 00:02:43,396 --> 00:02:45,497 -Ready for the money shot? -Yeah, man. 8 00:03:02,649 --> 00:03:03,815 Whoa! 9 00:03:04,417 --> 00:03:05,517 The fuck? 10 00:03:05,919 --> 00:03:07,886 Are you blind? Faggot! 11 00:03:09,222 --> 00:03:11,356 How many times have I got to tell you 12 00:03:11,558 --> 00:03:13,425 you are not welcome here? 13 00:03:14,427 --> 00:03:15,794 Are you fucking mute as well? 14 00:03:21,367 --> 00:03:22,801 Get the fuck up. Go. Go! 15 00:03:23,570 --> 00:03:25,237 Yeah, run, you little fag! 16 00:03:28,875 --> 00:03:30,342 Fuckin' freak gives me the creeps. 17 00:03:30,344 --> 00:03:32,344 --Bleurgh! 18 00:03:33,813 --> 00:03:34,913 What a dickhead. 19 00:04:04,877 --> 00:04:05,877 -Mr. m. -Boys. 20 00:04:06,479 --> 00:04:07,546 How you going? 21 00:04:08,681 --> 00:04:09,748 Mr. m. 22 00:04:11,684 --> 00:04:13,518 I've been trying all afternoon 23 00:04:13,520 --> 00:04:15,320 to get this damn printer to work. 24 00:04:15,622 --> 00:04:17,489 Have you tried... Plugging it in? 25 00:04:22,495 --> 00:04:24,529 -Ooh, it's fixed. -What? 26 00:04:24,864 --> 00:04:27,466 What did you do? Show me what you did. 27 00:04:27,468 --> 00:04:28,533 Mr. m. 28 00:04:29,569 --> 00:04:30,569 No pop-tarts. 29 00:04:30,571 --> 00:04:32,938 I guess you didn't know i was coming over, eh? 30 00:04:33,773 --> 00:04:35,607 So, how was your final day? 31 00:04:35,775 --> 00:04:37,643 Must be a bit sad leaving school behind. 32 00:04:38,011 --> 00:04:40,779 -That's not the word I'd use. -You home for dinner? 33 00:04:40,781 --> 00:04:43,048 I'm sure you can microwave your lean cuisine on your own. 34 00:04:43,716 --> 00:04:46,418 Having dinner together isn't just about eating. 35 00:04:46,420 --> 00:04:48,754 -It's about... -Spending quality time together. 36 00:04:52,292 --> 00:04:54,326 Wait. What'd... What'd you want to talk about? 37 00:04:54,694 --> 00:04:57,062 Oh, well, um... What are you doing tonight? 38 00:04:57,664 --> 00:05:00,732 -Skating. Trick or treating. -Thought you hated Halloween. 39 00:05:01,367 --> 00:05:02,401 Shouldn't you be studying? 40 00:05:02,403 --> 00:05:03,969 Well, exams don't start till next week. 41 00:05:04,804 --> 00:05:04,803 Every grade counts 42 00:05:04,805 --> 00:05:07,639 if you're gonna get a scholarship to New York. 43 00:05:13,680 --> 00:05:16,948 -Have you been in my room again? -This came in the mail today. 44 00:05:20,787 --> 00:05:22,788 They're on the other side of the world, mate. 45 00:05:23,456 --> 00:05:26,058 I thought you were going to study here, like your old man. 46 00:05:26,626 --> 00:05:27,793 You might have thought that. 47 00:05:29,562 --> 00:05:32,030 Photography's a fun hobby. 48 00:05:32,432 --> 00:05:34,433 But it's hardly gonna pay the bills, is it? 49 00:05:34,435 --> 00:05:35,734 Can we talk about this another time? 50 00:05:36,569 --> 00:05:38,870 Maybe, I dunno, my 18th? 51 00:05:46,579 --> 00:05:47,612 Corey? 52 00:05:51,117 --> 00:05:52,384 Yep? 53 00:05:52,386 --> 00:05:54,886 I thought we might go away for the weekend. 54 00:05:54,888 --> 00:05:57,356 Um, up to the lake for a bit of fishing. What do you say? 55 00:05:59,058 --> 00:06:01,660 It just sounds like great fun. Don't you think? 56 00:06:02,595 --> 00:06:03,762 I think I have to study. 57 00:06:21,749 --> 00:06:23,548 Man, kill me if I ever end up like him. 58 00:06:24,050 --> 00:06:25,450 Amigo, it's a promise. 59 00:06:26,586 --> 00:06:27,919 Is that a whole bottle of vodka? 60 00:06:28,087 --> 00:06:30,389 -Yeah. Here you are. -He's gonna notice that's gone. 61 00:06:30,391 --> 00:06:31,823 So? What's he gonna do? 62 00:06:33,025 --> 00:06:35,127 Bore you to death? The guy's a numbnut. 63 00:06:37,497 --> 00:06:38,864 Off the bed, dickheads. What the hell? 64 00:06:39,165 --> 00:06:40,732 Whoo! 65 00:06:43,736 --> 00:06:44,870 What's the plan for tonight? 66 00:06:45,705 --> 00:06:46,838 Hey? Oh. 67 00:06:48,074 --> 00:06:50,575 A little trick. A little treat. 68 00:06:50,910 --> 00:06:52,577 Then a whole lot of tits at the tower. 69 00:06:52,579 --> 00:06:54,112 Whoo! 70 00:06:54,547 --> 00:06:56,148 So we're finishing high school the way we spent it. 71 00:07:00,620 --> 00:07:03,989 What's the matter, New York? Too good for it? 72 00:07:04,690 --> 00:07:06,124 What is this shit? 73 00:07:08,694 --> 00:07:09,895 You actually pissed about that? 74 00:07:10,696 --> 00:07:12,764 Well, I thought we were all going to box hill. 75 00:07:13,566 --> 00:07:14,800 The world is bigger than that. 76 00:07:15,701 --> 00:07:17,936 So, what, you're just gonna ditch... us? 77 00:07:18,204 --> 00:07:20,839 Well, come on. It's not like we can hang out at the tower forever, 78 00:07:20,841 --> 00:07:20,839 smoking billies. 79 00:07:20,841 --> 00:07:23,975 What the hell is wrong with that? 80 00:07:23,977 --> 00:07:26,111 --Yo, Dave grohl! 81 00:07:27,513 --> 00:07:30,148 - Shut the fuck up. 82 00:07:36,522 --> 00:07:37,689 It was just an idea. 83 00:07:39,459 --> 00:07:40,826 If it means that much to you... 84 00:07:40,828 --> 00:07:42,761 Don't get your panties in a twist. 85 00:07:44,097 --> 00:07:46,932 My panties are fine, fuck knuckle. 86 00:07:49,035 --> 00:07:50,936 I don't like it when mum and dad fight. 87 00:07:58,978 --> 00:08:01,213 -Hi. -You're letting light in. 88 00:08:11,190 --> 00:08:13,058 -Want a hand? -I don't need your help. 89 00:08:16,996 --> 00:08:19,731 Not bad, man. Some choice cuts. 90 00:08:22,568 --> 00:08:27,172 But your prime, a-grade, numero uno, pièce de résistance 91 00:08:28,508 --> 00:08:29,875 is gonna have to be... 92 00:08:30,676 --> 00:08:32,777 Yeah! 93 00:08:32,779 --> 00:08:34,779 This shit's got a date with the local photocopier. 94 00:08:34,781 --> 00:08:36,147 Yeah? What are you gonna do? 95 00:08:38,150 --> 00:08:39,985 You want to live the dream, don't ya? 96 00:08:40,987 --> 00:08:42,821 Want the world to see your amazing photography? 97 00:08:43,990 --> 00:08:45,524 Well, lucky you got friends like us, 98 00:08:46,125 --> 00:08:47,926 even if you're too stupid to realize it. 99 00:08:48,160 --> 00:08:49,861 Dude, New York had nothing to do with you. 100 00:08:51,030 --> 00:08:52,130 You don't ever get bored? 101 00:08:53,132 --> 00:08:54,666 Same old shit every day? 102 00:08:55,167 --> 00:08:56,668 Don't you ever want to get out of here? 103 00:08:57,270 --> 00:08:58,537 Hombre... 104 00:08:58,938 --> 00:09:00,038 I'm a god here. 105 00:09:00,806 --> 00:09:02,974 Weed to smoke, bitches to fuck. 106 00:09:04,210 --> 00:09:06,578 -Fags to bash. -What's he done to you? 107 00:09:08,147 --> 00:09:09,848 Let me explain to you the law of the jungle. 108 00:09:11,617 --> 00:09:13,718 You want to run with the wolves, you gotta kill a few lambs. 109 00:09:16,122 --> 00:09:17,556 So which one you gonna be? 110 00:09:21,294 --> 00:09:21,293 Fine. Go nuts. 111 00:09:23,162 --> 00:09:24,963 Yeah, that's what I'm talking about! 112 00:09:26,132 --> 00:09:27,933 Now, can you stop being a buzzkill? 113 00:09:28,668 --> 00:09:29,668 Please? 114 00:09:30,136 --> 00:09:31,169 It's Halloween. 115 00:10:50,282 --> 00:10:51,249 Yeah! 116 00:11:12,406 --> 00:11:13,738 Care to do the honors? 117 00:11:15,207 --> 00:11:18,109 -Law of the jungle, huh? -We all live by it, mate. 118 00:11:26,686 --> 00:11:27,819 Whoo! 119 00:12:25,912 --> 00:12:29,447 What are you meant to be? A sheep in wolves' clothing? 120 00:12:30,449 --> 00:12:31,516 Whatever. 121 00:12:31,518 --> 00:12:35,120 Halloween's just an American invention to sell lollies. 122 00:12:40,760 --> 00:12:41,893 Incorrect. 123 00:12:58,844 --> 00:13:01,012 Oh, yeah? Enlighten me. 124 00:13:08,554 --> 00:13:09,888 'Tis the night, 125 00:13:10,222 --> 00:13:12,323 the night of the grave's delight. 126 00:13:12,992 --> 00:13:15,126 And the warlocks are at their play. 127 00:13:15,961 --> 00:13:18,930 Ye think that without, the wild winds shout, 128 00:13:19,532 --> 00:13:22,567 but no, it is they, it is they. 129 00:15:23,155 --> 00:15:24,222 Nice pic. 130 00:15:24,990 --> 00:15:26,324 But not your finest hour. 131 00:15:26,992 --> 00:15:28,126 The boys think it is. 132 00:15:32,064 --> 00:15:33,431 'Cause I know they're the first ones 133 00:15:33,433 --> 00:15:35,033 I'd turn to for an art critique. 134 00:15:36,502 --> 00:15:39,203 -What's the problem? -Who said there was a problem? 135 00:15:39,705 --> 00:15:42,040 You only fry your brain when there's something on it. 136 00:15:42,174 --> 00:15:43,308 My brain's fine. 137 00:15:45,178 --> 00:15:46,577 At least nangs don't give you cancer. 138 00:15:49,114 --> 00:15:50,214 It's worth it. 139 00:15:50,216 --> 00:15:52,483 Hey, why don't you come down from there? 140 00:15:53,385 --> 00:15:54,419 I hate heights. 141 00:15:54,421 --> 00:15:57,188 My bedroom's on the first floor, and even that freaks me out. 142 00:15:57,190 --> 00:15:59,991 There are way more scary things than falling. 143 00:16:09,001 --> 00:16:12,103 ...sort of closing, circling around her, and then... argh! 144 00:16:21,313 --> 00:16:23,448 You know, you're a much nicer guy when you're not around them. 145 00:16:25,250 --> 00:16:26,517 We all do shit to fit in. 146 00:16:28,354 --> 00:16:29,387 Is it worth it? 147 00:16:29,389 --> 00:16:31,723 Just 'cause they're good with a sodastream 148 00:16:31,725 --> 00:16:34,759 doesn't make them... Amigos para siempre. 149 00:16:37,563 --> 00:16:39,030 How about you back off my mates? 150 00:16:39,365 --> 00:16:40,698 These guys don't get you. 151 00:16:42,434 --> 00:16:43,601 Mmm. 152 00:16:45,004 --> 00:16:46,104 We're teenagers. 153 00:16:48,040 --> 00:16:49,240 Nobody gets us. 154 00:16:49,508 --> 00:16:50,675 That's half the fun. 155 00:16:51,143 --> 00:16:52,176 No. 156 00:16:54,013 --> 00:16:55,713 Everyone has somebody who understands them. 157 00:17:00,352 --> 00:17:02,053 You're not the only one who wants out of this town, 158 00:17:02,055 --> 00:17:03,054 you know. 159 00:17:04,590 --> 00:17:04,589 Who said I want out? 160 00:17:06,558 --> 00:17:08,192 Got everything I need right here. 161 00:17:12,197 --> 00:17:14,599 Weed to smoke, fags to bash, bitches to... 162 00:17:16,235 --> 00:17:17,235 Fuck. 163 00:17:22,674 --> 00:17:24,042 Spliff's up. 164 00:17:25,444 --> 00:17:26,444 Romany? 165 00:17:27,212 --> 00:17:28,312 Tokey-toke? 166 00:17:40,659 --> 00:17:42,226 Ah... what about you, coz? 167 00:17:48,600 --> 00:17:49,634 Another toke? 168 00:17:50,636 --> 00:17:51,803 I'm good. 169 00:17:59,545 --> 00:18:01,813 Corey! Where are you going? 170 00:19:38,410 --> 00:19:40,344 Oh, shit! I'm late for work. 171 00:19:41,880 --> 00:19:42,914 Skip it. 172 00:19:45,884 --> 00:19:45,883 Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. 173 00:19:47,553 --> 00:19:49,554 -Wait. -Some of us gotta earn a buck. 174 00:19:49,855 --> 00:19:52,590 Yeah, like daddy wouldn't buy you anything you asked for. 175 00:19:53,625 --> 00:19:54,625 What's wrong? 176 00:19:54,627 --> 00:19:56,761 You scared the baby birds are all grown up 177 00:19:56,763 --> 00:19:57,895 and leaving the nest? 178 00:19:58,397 --> 00:19:59,497 Poor jango. 179 00:20:00,365 --> 00:20:01,966 -Hey, hey, hey, hey. -Move! 180 00:20:02,501 --> 00:20:03,801 I've got graveyard shift. 181 00:20:04,269 --> 00:20:06,437 Then you're... Right where you need to be. 182 00:20:10,776 --> 00:20:13,244 Boys! We're moving out. Get up. 183 00:20:15,447 --> 00:20:16,514 Quicker! Let's go. 184 00:20:24,256 --> 00:20:26,390 - Trick or treat. - -Hey, Deirdre, you coming? 185 00:20:47,980 --> 00:20:49,280 Hey, you okay? 186 00:20:54,019 --> 00:20:55,319 Are you trying to kill me? 187 00:20:56,421 --> 00:20:57,455 Oh, fuck! 188 00:20:59,825 --> 00:21:01,759 Why can't you arseholes leave me alone? 189 00:21:02,661 --> 00:21:03,661 You don't own the park. 190 00:21:03,663 --> 00:21:05,463 Shouldn't you be with your wolves, 191 00:21:05,465 --> 00:21:07,531 gang-banging some mental defective from the drama class? 192 00:21:07,533 --> 00:21:10,468 Well, at least I got mates. 193 00:21:10,535 --> 00:21:12,436 Yeah, I'm sure they're awesome once you get to know them. 194 00:21:12,438 --> 00:21:13,571 Yeah, they are. 195 00:21:14,773 --> 00:21:15,873 Then why are you here? 196 00:21:19,478 --> 00:21:20,544 Huh. 197 00:21:28,920 --> 00:21:29,987 You're bleeding. 198 00:21:53,912 --> 00:21:55,079 Oh, shit! 199 00:22:02,854 --> 00:22:04,555 -Still gullible. -Oh, you fucker! 200 00:22:07,793 --> 00:22:09,927 And then you wonder why nobody likes you. 201 00:22:10,529 --> 00:22:13,097 -Got anything to eat? -Do I look like a servo? 202 00:22:13,632 --> 00:22:14,865 You must have scored trick or treating. 203 00:22:15,100 --> 00:22:17,401 -It's kids stuff, man. -We're kids. 204 00:22:17,736 --> 00:22:19,503 -Well, you, maybe. -Right. 205 00:22:19,705 --> 00:22:20,771 I forgot, gramps. 206 00:22:20,773 --> 00:22:22,540 That's why you're dressed as teen wolf. 207 00:22:22,542 --> 00:22:24,075 And what are you supposed to be? 208 00:22:25,577 --> 00:22:26,677 Your mum? 209 00:22:31,583 --> 00:22:34,385 Oh, what? Jonah. Hey! 210 00:22:35,554 --> 00:22:37,054 Hey, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. 211 00:22:37,856 --> 00:22:38,923 Wasn't cool. 212 00:22:39,524 --> 00:22:40,591 You can hit me if you want. 213 00:22:41,693 --> 00:22:43,027 One free hit, anywhere you want. 214 00:22:45,897 --> 00:22:46,931 Walk me home. 215 00:22:47,566 --> 00:22:48,532 Huh? 216 00:22:49,000 --> 00:22:50,134 I'm not gonna hit you. 217 00:22:51,737 --> 00:22:53,137 You're gonna walk me home instead. 218 00:22:54,539 --> 00:22:56,073 Get fucked. I'm not going anywhere with you. 219 00:22:56,742 --> 00:22:58,008 Maybe I have a concussion. 220 00:22:59,010 --> 00:23:00,077 Maybe I'll get lost. 221 00:23:01,646 --> 00:23:03,681 Maybe I'll fall and never wake up. 222 00:23:05,050 --> 00:23:06,117 Or maybe... 223 00:23:06,718 --> 00:23:07,852 You owe me... 224 00:23:08,820 --> 00:23:09,887 Old pal. 225 00:23:20,599 --> 00:23:22,133 If I knew they were coming, I'd have baked a cake. 226 00:23:25,504 --> 00:23:27,838 Fine, but we're going now. Alright? Move it. 227 00:23:30,675 --> 00:23:32,109 But aren't we gonna say hello first? 228 00:23:32,511 --> 00:23:33,611 Hurry it up, dickhead. 229 00:24:23,495 --> 00:24:25,930 Hey. Notice where we are? 230 00:24:27,632 --> 00:24:28,766 A bridge? 231 00:24:30,569 --> 00:24:31,735 Not just any bridge. 232 00:24:37,809 --> 00:24:39,043 The bridge over cocytus. 233 00:24:40,245 --> 00:24:41,712 Where the veils are thin, 234 00:24:42,514 --> 00:24:45,616 and once we cross, we leave the mortal realm. 235 00:24:48,019 --> 00:24:50,955 Once we cross, we leave the mortal realm. 236 00:24:51,656 --> 00:24:53,057 And enter the world of enchantment, 237 00:24:53,059 --> 00:24:54,959 where we see things as they really are. 238 00:24:56,928 --> 00:24:58,062 Where dreams are true. 239 00:24:59,564 --> 00:25:00,598 Stories too. 240 00:25:04,736 --> 00:25:05,669 I miss that game. 241 00:25:06,938 --> 00:25:08,105 Everything was simpler then. 242 00:25:10,175 --> 00:25:11,141 And boring. 243 00:25:11,676 --> 00:25:12,643 "Boring"? 244 00:25:13,812 --> 00:25:17,081 We saw zombies and ghosts and werewolves. 245 00:25:17,916 --> 00:25:18,983 I was never bored. 246 00:25:19,551 --> 00:25:20,618 It was just a stupid game. 247 00:25:23,221 --> 00:25:25,789 It was kids, trying to spook each other 248 00:25:25,791 --> 00:25:28,259 with a bunch of fairytales and chickenshit dares. 249 00:25:30,061 --> 00:25:31,195 Well, let's play again. 250 00:25:32,831 --> 00:25:35,666 -We're not kids anymore. -We're not grown-ups either. 251 00:25:36,034 --> 00:25:37,134 Not yet. 252 00:25:37,569 --> 00:25:38,636 And besides... 253 00:25:39,738 --> 00:25:40,838 I have something to show you. 254 00:25:44,543 --> 00:25:46,844 Believe me, there's nothing you could show me 255 00:25:46,846 --> 00:25:48,245 that I'd possibly give a shit about. 256 00:25:49,781 --> 00:25:50,848 You sure about that? 257 00:26:00,325 --> 00:26:01,292 Your head still hurt? 258 00:26:03,094 --> 00:26:04,128 Excruciating. 259 00:26:06,765 --> 00:26:08,032 This thing that you wanted to show me, 260 00:26:08,034 --> 00:26:09,266 it'd better blow my mind, alright? 261 00:26:11,136 --> 00:26:12,303 It's a promise. 262 00:26:20,011 --> 00:26:20,010 This is just for tonight. 263 00:26:20,012 --> 00:26:22,913 Don't think 'cause we're talking, we're friends. 264 00:26:24,816 --> 00:26:25,883 I wouldn't dream of it. 265 00:26:29,621 --> 00:26:30,754 And remember the rules. 266 00:26:31,289 --> 00:26:32,856 Game isn't over till we get home. 267 00:26:32,858 --> 00:26:34,692 No wimping out midway through. I know. 268 00:26:38,029 --> 00:26:38,996 Ready to cross? 269 00:26:42,934 --> 00:26:44,034 You're on. 270 00:26:48,873 --> 00:26:50,341 'Tis the night, 271 00:26:50,842 --> 00:26:54,144 the night of the grave's delight. 272 00:27:06,024 --> 00:27:06,991 Hey. 273 00:27:07,993 --> 00:27:09,026 Short cut. 274 00:27:11,696 --> 00:27:12,796 It rained last week. 275 00:27:12,798 --> 00:27:14,331 I'm not going in some deathtrap drain. 276 00:27:16,034 --> 00:27:17,701 Come on. This is cocytus. 277 00:27:18,236 --> 00:27:19,970 It's more than a drain. It's a passageway. 278 00:27:20,639 --> 00:27:24,174 It could lead us anywhere. Where's your sense of adventure? 279 00:27:25,644 --> 00:27:26,777 Where's your common sense? 280 00:27:26,779 --> 00:27:29,413 - I don't want to go in there. - -Scared? 281 00:27:30,115 --> 00:27:31,915 Scared certain death lurks within? 282 00:27:32,984 --> 00:27:34,652 It's not death I'm scared of. 283 00:27:36,855 --> 00:27:37,955 Jeannie was scared. 284 00:27:39,924 --> 00:27:40,991 Is this part of the game? 285 00:27:42,427 --> 00:27:43,994 Haven't you heard the stories? 286 00:27:47,132 --> 00:27:48,298 Once there was... 287 00:27:50,368 --> 00:27:51,735 And once there was not. 288 00:27:53,905 --> 00:27:56,940 A girl called Jeannie who was afraid of the dark. 289 00:27:57,942 --> 00:28:00,844 She played cocytus too with her older sister. 290 00:28:02,414 --> 00:28:05,215 In her fantasy, they were princesses, 291 00:28:05,217 --> 00:28:07,851 living in a castle far, far away. 292 00:28:08,720 --> 00:28:11,355 Two dreamers, united against the world, 293 00:28:12,223 --> 00:28:14,825 waiting for their lives to begin. 294 00:28:15,994 --> 00:28:18,395 And one day, the knights came. 295 00:28:19,731 --> 00:28:22,266 But they weren't Valiant or brave. 296 00:28:23,868 --> 00:28:27,471 And though they were pretty, the girls weren't wise. 297 00:28:28,440 --> 00:28:32,943 For wolves may lurk in any guise. 298 00:28:36,214 --> 00:28:40,050 She didn't want to be left behind, so she followed. 299 00:28:44,089 --> 00:28:47,391 But the distance between them grew and grew 300 00:28:47,393 --> 00:28:50,427 until she could barely see her sister anymore. 301 00:28:56,801 --> 00:28:58,502 While Jeannie was afraid of the dark, 302 00:28:59,237 --> 00:29:01,905 she was more scared of being left behind. 303 00:29:05,276 --> 00:29:07,010 Katherine! 304 00:29:07,012 --> 00:29:09,913 But Jeannie didn't know that there are some dark places 305 00:29:10,014 --> 00:29:11,482 one should never walk alone. 306 00:29:14,419 --> 00:29:16,820 For tunnels can be longer than they appear. 307 00:29:16,822 --> 00:29:18,489 Katherine! 308 00:29:18,491 --> 00:29:20,224 And there are things in this world 309 00:29:20,226 --> 00:29:22,259 we don't read about in the storybooks. 310 00:29:25,263 --> 00:29:27,798 Not everyone can survive the dark. 311 00:29:33,438 --> 00:29:34,772 Did she die? 312 00:29:36,174 --> 00:29:38,108 Can't have a good story without a dead body. 313 00:29:39,377 --> 00:29:42,346 Now she's just another lonely ghost haunting these tunnels. 314 00:29:43,047 --> 00:29:44,181 The saddest part... 315 00:29:46,084 --> 00:29:47,551 She doesn't even know she's dead. 316 00:29:49,387 --> 00:29:49,386 Ghosts, huh? 317 00:29:52,390 --> 00:29:54,458 Suppose you believe in the tooth fairy too. 318 00:29:55,260 --> 00:29:56,226 Light a match. 319 00:29:57,028 --> 00:29:58,228 Only when she sees light 320 00:29:58,429 --> 00:29:59,930 does she realize she's dead. 321 00:30:01,366 --> 00:30:04,268 And her scream will stay with you till the day you die. 322 00:30:04,369 --> 00:30:05,803 -You're trippin'. -Light it. 323 00:30:05,805 --> 00:30:07,237 -You're retarded. -You're scared. 324 00:30:07,239 --> 00:30:08,372 --Ah! 325 00:30:12,977 --> 00:30:14,111 Least I'm not the only one. 326 00:31:18,042 --> 00:31:20,210 --Oi! 327 00:31:23,147 --> 00:31:24,281 Be ready. 328 00:31:27,919 --> 00:31:30,454 Um, yeah, Kurt cobain. You don't know who Kurt cobain is? 329 00:31:30,456 --> 00:31:31,388 No. 330 00:32:09,560 --> 00:32:10,594 Hey! 331 00:32:14,232 --> 00:32:15,432 Who wants to go hunting? 332 00:32:35,119 --> 00:32:37,688 Miss susie had a steamboat. 333 00:32:38,656 --> 00:32:40,991 The steamboat had a bell. 334 00:32:41,993 --> 00:32:44,361 Miss susie went to heaven. 335 00:32:45,229 --> 00:32:47,731 The steamboat went to hell. 336 00:32:57,742 --> 00:32:59,242 I wish you'd go away. 337 00:33:07,118 --> 00:33:09,086 We taking high street or cotham? 338 00:33:16,427 --> 00:33:18,261 I'm not falling for your shit again. 339 00:33:25,536 --> 00:33:26,670 Yeah, I am. 340 00:33:44,555 --> 00:33:46,723 Suppose you want to walk on the other side of the street. 341 00:33:49,260 --> 00:33:50,761 This place doesn't scare me anymore. 342 00:33:54,265 --> 00:33:55,332 Yeah, right. 343 00:33:57,568 --> 00:33:59,703 You used to wet yourself when we passed boo radley's. 344 00:34:05,710 --> 00:34:07,210 His name is Edward. 345 00:34:17,388 --> 00:34:18,488 It's open. 346 00:34:25,430 --> 00:34:26,663 I'm not going inside. 347 00:34:27,632 --> 00:34:29,466 You have to. We're playing cocytus. 348 00:34:35,073 --> 00:34:36,807 When exactly did someone shove a straw up your arse 349 00:34:36,809 --> 00:34:38,108 and suck out all the fun? 350 00:34:44,082 --> 00:34:44,848 Fine. 351 00:34:46,584 --> 00:34:48,418 Hey. Can I borrow your board for a second? 352 00:35:02,467 --> 00:35:03,567 Oh! 353 00:35:04,602 --> 00:35:05,735 Guess you'd better go get it, eh? 354 00:35:05,737 --> 00:35:06,770 Fuck! 355 00:35:31,329 --> 00:35:33,530 -This is where it happened. -What? Let me out. 356 00:35:33,698 --> 00:35:36,666 Poor Edward. He was only ten years old. 357 00:35:38,469 --> 00:35:40,203 I'm gonna kick you really hard in the face. 358 00:35:40,905 --> 00:35:42,672 Edward's dreams were so big. 359 00:35:43,374 --> 00:35:45,575 They were like universes unfolding forever. 360 00:35:48,579 --> 00:35:53,383 In Edward's world, a paper plane could be a turbojet, 361 00:35:54,352 --> 00:35:55,852 fighting the forces of darkness. 362 00:36:02,560 --> 00:36:05,595 The trees were allies, hiding you in their branches. 363 00:36:08,166 --> 00:36:10,467 And Edward ruled it all from his island base. 364 00:36:15,273 --> 00:36:18,942 And then, one summer's day, Edward made a promise, 365 00:36:19,744 --> 00:36:22,746 here in the presence of the masters of the universe, 366 00:36:22,748 --> 00:36:25,315 the sea monkeys and the galactic army. 367 00:36:26,584 --> 00:36:29,486 He swore an oath to follow his dreams, 368 00:36:29,954 --> 00:36:31,721 no matter how ridiculous, 369 00:36:32,657 --> 00:36:36,560 to explore the shadows, no matter how scary. 370 00:36:39,530 --> 00:36:41,198 And his vow was heard. 371 00:36:42,633 --> 00:36:45,702 Oh, you absolute muppet! 372 00:36:47,305 --> 00:36:49,806 When you're a kid, you want to explore 373 00:36:49,808 --> 00:36:51,575 and see what's hiding in the shadows, 374 00:36:52,343 --> 00:36:54,344 even if it scares the shit out of you. 375 00:36:54,712 --> 00:36:56,546 You'll cross the bridge over cocytus. 376 00:36:57,815 --> 00:37:02,652 But... as people grow older, they lose that wonder. 377 00:37:03,421 --> 00:37:06,690 Scary things aren't fun anymore, just scary. 378 00:37:07,858 --> 00:37:09,226 So they shut them out. 379 00:37:15,900 --> 00:37:19,336 The dreams he once promised to live were stored away in boxes, 380 00:37:20,271 --> 00:37:20,270 stored away for another day, 381 00:37:22,506 --> 00:37:26,309 and the days passed, and the dreams were quickly forgotten. 382 00:37:26,777 --> 00:37:30,947 But... abandon your dreams and they can become... 383 00:37:32,016 --> 00:37:33,016 Resentful. 384 00:37:33,018 --> 00:37:38,321 And as poor Edward let life's little compromises accumulate, 385 00:37:39,323 --> 00:37:44,794 the gap between who he was and who he wanted to be grew larger. 386 00:37:46,764 --> 00:37:50,300 And as his dreams turned to darklings, 387 00:37:51,302 --> 00:37:54,471 the sparkle faded from his eyes. 388 00:38:04,649 --> 00:38:05,815 Now he sits there... 389 00:38:07,018 --> 00:38:09,486 In front of the TV, late into the night, 390 00:38:09,854 --> 00:38:11,855 with the volume turned way up. 391 00:38:12,957 --> 00:38:16,526 And he knows that one day, he'll have to pay the price 392 00:38:17,528 --> 00:38:20,897 for breaking his promise and abandoning his dreams. 393 00:38:29,573 --> 00:38:33,810 And that price is why I don't ever... 394 00:38:34,445 --> 00:38:35,512 Want to grow up. 395 00:38:44,055 --> 00:38:45,922 --Shit! Get off! 396 00:38:51,395 --> 00:38:52,662 Do you expect me to believe that? 397 00:38:52,664 --> 00:38:56,066 Sometimes you have to pull back a piece of reality 398 00:38:56,068 --> 00:38:57,434 when it gets in the way. 399 00:38:58,469 --> 00:38:59,703 I think you're full of shit. 400 00:39:01,072 --> 00:39:02,505 Take a look in the window. 401 00:39:07,611 --> 00:39:08,745 You look in it. 402 00:39:09,513 --> 00:39:11,348 I'm not the one that doesn't believe. 403 00:39:11,549 --> 00:39:12,615 It's, what... 404 00:39:13,517 --> 00:39:14,651 Twenty meters? 405 00:39:15,486 --> 00:39:16,619 Then I'll let you out. 406 00:40:16,647 --> 00:40:17,781 Trick or treat! 407 00:40:20,151 --> 00:40:21,484 Shit! 408 00:40:29,727 --> 00:40:31,428 Why the fuck did you do that? 409 00:40:32,563 --> 00:40:34,731 -Come on. It was funny. -You know I hate being scared. 410 00:40:35,199 --> 00:40:35,198 No, I don't. 411 00:40:38,068 --> 00:40:39,836 The Corey I knew loved being scared. 412 00:40:40,571 --> 00:40:42,505 Halloween was his favorite day of the year. 413 00:40:42,673 --> 00:40:44,841 His head was full of dreams he was gonna live. 414 00:40:45,176 --> 00:40:46,576 What happened to you? 415 00:40:50,881 --> 00:40:51,981 It's called survival. 416 00:40:53,951 --> 00:40:55,051 Law of the jungle. 417 00:40:56,554 --> 00:40:57,654 Survival. 418 00:41:05,463 --> 00:41:06,763 You clearly don't have a concussion. 419 00:41:09,233 --> 00:41:10,900 Find your own way home, right? 420 00:41:17,141 --> 00:41:18,241 Okay, truce. 421 00:41:19,977 --> 00:41:21,945 I'll stop trying to freak you out if... 422 00:41:22,646 --> 00:41:24,080 You stop running away for once. 423 00:41:30,154 --> 00:41:31,521 I'll even make it up to you. 424 00:41:39,630 --> 00:41:40,730 How? 425 00:41:42,933 --> 00:41:44,067 School? 426 00:41:45,035 --> 00:41:46,169 Best years of our lives. 427 00:41:49,139 --> 00:41:51,140 You have a funny way of making it up to people. 428 00:42:00,551 --> 00:42:01,618 Chuck us your board. 429 00:42:02,820 --> 00:42:04,020 What about security? 430 00:42:08,225 --> 00:42:09,826 Is there anything you're not scared of? 431 00:42:14,265 --> 00:42:15,732 I didn't say I was scared. 432 00:42:18,669 --> 00:42:19,969 I just have a cautionary nature. 433 00:43:53,631 --> 00:43:54,397 Boom. 434 00:44:11,281 --> 00:44:13,216 See? Easy as. 435 00:44:25,663 --> 00:44:27,230 You know, most people aren't really scared of heights. 436 00:44:28,032 --> 00:44:29,932 At least... not of falling. 437 00:44:30,934 --> 00:44:32,035 What are they scared of, then? 438 00:44:33,804 --> 00:44:34,837 They're scared they'll jump. 439 00:44:38,976 --> 00:44:40,710 Is this the thing you wanted to show me? 440 00:44:41,679 --> 00:44:43,246 This is a thing i wanted to show you. 441 00:44:48,085 --> 00:44:49,118 Shit. 442 00:44:49,120 --> 00:44:51,320 - What's with all the birds? 443 00:44:51,322 --> 00:44:53,723 They say animals know when they're gonna die. 444 00:44:55,225 --> 00:44:57,026 So they come here for their final moments. 445 00:44:59,229 --> 00:45:00,363 I like to keep them company. 446 00:45:03,100 --> 00:45:04,233 Nobody should die alone. 447 00:45:50,013 --> 00:45:50,012 When my dog died, he knew. 448 00:45:53,150 --> 00:45:55,418 Went off behind the rubbish tip at the back of the yard. 449 00:45:58,055 --> 00:45:59,522 Took us, like, three days to find him. 450 00:46:02,926 --> 00:46:03,993 My mum knew. 451 00:46:05,929 --> 00:46:07,964 She was always worried, 'cause she had me late, 452 00:46:07,966 --> 00:46:09,365 that she wouldn't always be around. 453 00:46:13,370 --> 00:46:15,772 That's why she always used to tell stories 454 00:46:15,774 --> 00:46:17,473 about fantasy lands where I'd be safe. 455 00:46:20,978 --> 00:46:22,211 It's one way to survive, i guess. 456 00:46:31,054 --> 00:46:32,855 Is that why she always played that song? 457 00:46:34,224 --> 00:46:35,324 You remember that? 458 00:46:50,475 --> 00:46:52,441 You shouldn't sing. 459 00:46:57,948 --> 00:46:59,081 It's bullshit, anyway. 460 00:47:00,050 --> 00:47:01,284 "You'll never walk alone." 461 00:47:01,985 --> 00:47:03,119 I'd rather be alone. 462 00:47:04,021 --> 00:47:05,388 No-one to rely on but yourself. 463 00:47:06,523 --> 00:47:07,990 No-one to drag you down. 464 00:47:09,359 --> 00:47:11,027 Nobody to have your back either. 465 00:47:13,897 --> 00:47:15,898 I remember this exhibition at the museum. 466 00:47:16,466 --> 00:47:17,600 There was a quote. 467 00:47:18,902 --> 00:47:22,205 "Man is by nature a social animal. 468 00:47:23,240 --> 00:47:26,843 Anyone who does not partake of society 469 00:47:28,178 --> 00:47:29,312 is either a beast... 470 00:47:31,882 --> 00:47:32,882 Or a god." 471 00:47:35,519 --> 00:47:37,520 Jango would say you're a little lamb. 472 00:47:38,288 --> 00:47:39,622 At least I'm not a beast. 473 00:47:40,958 --> 00:47:43,359 Can you say the same, dances with wolves? 474 00:47:53,470 --> 00:47:55,238 If there's one thing i won't miss, 475 00:47:55,472 --> 00:47:57,006 it's these corridors. 476 00:47:57,474 --> 00:47:58,608 Mmm. 477 00:48:02,512 --> 00:48:04,080 Feels like we should do a nudie run. 478 00:48:07,918 --> 00:48:10,920 Or you too scared of security? 479 00:48:13,357 --> 00:48:15,524 It's not security you need to be worried about. 480 00:48:16,927 --> 00:48:18,527 It's the wolves in the walls that'll get ya. 481 00:48:19,096 --> 00:48:21,597 Hm. I hoped we were done with these stories. 482 00:48:23,166 --> 00:48:24,367 This isn't a story. 483 00:48:25,502 --> 00:48:27,169 Everyone notices different things. 484 00:48:28,572 --> 00:48:30,373 Some notice the moment you change your hair. 485 00:48:31,675 --> 00:48:33,676 Others always notice what shoes you're wearing. 486 00:48:36,680 --> 00:48:38,014 I noticed them change. 487 00:48:42,686 --> 00:48:44,954 It was the smell I noticed first. 488 00:48:46,256 --> 00:48:50,092 The stench of twisting, multiplying hormones. 489 00:48:51,329 --> 00:48:52,662 It always preceded them. 490 00:48:52,664 --> 00:48:57,166 No amount of cheap safeway deodorant can cover that odor. 491 00:49:03,240 --> 00:49:06,175 I saw skin disappear beneath unwelcome hair, 492 00:49:07,377 --> 00:49:09,612 voices deepen into growls. 493 00:49:10,280 --> 00:49:12,081 Like a virus, it spread. 494 00:49:13,116 --> 00:49:15,351 And once that toxin poisons you, 495 00:49:16,219 --> 00:49:19,121 you're capable of doing things you never thought you'd do, 496 00:49:20,157 --> 00:49:21,958 all in the name of survival. 497 00:49:27,998 --> 00:49:31,367 No matter where you hide, they sniff you out. 498 00:49:44,047 --> 00:49:45,414 And for those that didn't change... 499 00:49:47,985 --> 00:49:49,652 Those that were left behind... 500 00:49:56,426 --> 00:49:58,594 Those that didn't have the taste for blood... 501 00:50:03,400 --> 00:50:06,002 There was only one thing you could do. 502 00:50:38,101 --> 00:50:39,168 Jonah! 503 00:51:03,160 --> 00:51:04,193 Jonah? 504 00:51:23,313 --> 00:51:24,680 There's only one thing you can do. 505 00:52:41,358 --> 00:52:42,625 Welcome to the library, 506 00:52:42,792 --> 00:52:44,793 the sanctuary for geeks, freaks and outcasts. 507 00:52:44,895 --> 00:52:46,262 Guess you're one of us now. 508 00:52:46,264 --> 00:52:48,264 One of us! One of us! 509 00:52:48,266 --> 00:52:50,533 -Why'd you disappear? -To see how you liked it. 510 00:52:50,934 --> 00:52:53,469 -I didn't. -Well, color me surprised. 511 00:53:08,318 --> 00:53:09,451 Is there another way out of here? 512 00:53:09,920 --> 00:53:11,253 In a coffin? 513 00:53:11,922 --> 00:53:13,189 You really are no help. 514 00:53:27,204 --> 00:53:28,504 Well, I guess we're saved, then. 515 00:53:28,838 --> 00:53:30,839 -Shh! Wait. -What? 516 00:53:31,508 --> 00:53:34,376 They're your friends. What's the worst they could do? 517 00:53:34,378 --> 00:53:36,312 How's this for a chaos theory, arsehole? 518 00:53:38,481 --> 00:53:41,217 - Yeah, jango. 519 00:53:41,219 --> 00:53:43,219 He decked you sober. You don't want to see him pissed. 520 00:53:44,588 --> 00:53:45,654 There you go. 521 00:53:46,423 --> 00:53:47,623 - Cheers. -Wear that. 522 00:53:54,432 --> 00:53:57,466 He won't hurt me if he knows I'm with you. 523 00:53:57,468 --> 00:53:58,534 -Right? -Shh! 524 00:54:03,506 --> 00:54:05,274 You still don't want to be seen with me. 525 00:54:07,777 --> 00:54:09,778 Nobody means anything to you, do they? 526 00:54:16,319 --> 00:54:18,387 Shitty books that you love so much. 527 00:54:23,426 --> 00:54:24,727 Shove these fireworks... 528 00:54:27,831 --> 00:54:29,031 I've got an idea. 529 00:54:29,399 --> 00:54:30,499 Shh. Shush. 530 00:54:31,434 --> 00:54:32,501 Shut up. 531 00:54:33,903 --> 00:54:35,037 Did you hear something? 532 00:54:35,972 --> 00:54:37,006 Wait, what? 533 00:54:37,874 --> 00:54:39,675 Come out and play. 534 00:54:42,912 --> 00:54:44,780 Where are you? 535 00:55:14,344 --> 00:55:15,444 Thank you. 536 00:55:41,371 --> 00:55:42,504 Do you know Laura premble? 537 00:55:43,039 --> 00:55:44,540 This place kinda reminds me of her. 538 00:55:46,776 --> 00:55:49,345 This isn't one of those "penthouse forum" stories, is it? 539 00:55:50,380 --> 00:55:51,513 Well... 540 00:55:51,881 --> 00:55:53,716 She was the first person i, you know... 541 00:55:54,617 --> 00:55:55,818 Fooled around with. 542 00:55:58,421 --> 00:56:00,656 But no, a bunch of us came here after year 11 formal. 543 00:56:02,592 --> 00:56:05,127 I barely knew her, but... everyone was pairing up. 544 00:56:06,730 --> 00:56:07,896 I remember thinking... 545 00:56:09,032 --> 00:56:10,132 "Jackpot!" 546 00:56:13,603 --> 00:56:14,670 You liked her? 547 00:56:15,772 --> 00:56:16,739 Yeah. 548 00:56:19,542 --> 00:56:21,710 But, man, she could drink. 549 00:56:22,011 --> 00:56:23,779 She drank so much. 550 00:56:32,856 --> 00:56:34,123 She just got kinda quiet. 551 00:56:40,029 --> 00:56:42,164 She just sat there staring off into the dark. 552 00:56:48,805 --> 00:56:50,038 And she dropped a bottle. 553 00:56:50,040 --> 00:56:52,408 It smashed on the concrete. She didn't even move. 554 00:57:00,183 --> 00:57:01,617 It's like she wasn't really there. 555 00:57:07,924 --> 00:57:09,191 It's not much of a story, i guess. 556 00:57:10,927 --> 00:57:12,161 What'd you do after formal? 557 00:57:14,964 --> 00:57:16,098 I didn't go. 558 00:57:20,003 --> 00:57:21,003 Oh, well... 559 00:57:26,009 --> 00:57:27,142 I guess you didn't miss much. 560 00:58:08,117 --> 00:58:10,018 Miss susie had a steamboat. 561 00:58:10,020 --> 00:58:11,587 The steamboat had a bell. 562 00:58:11,888 --> 00:58:15,057 Miss susie went to heaven. The steamboat went to... 563 00:58:19,529 --> 00:58:22,764 Hello, operator. Give me number nine. 564 00:58:22,966 --> 00:58:25,968 - If you disconnect me... - -I'll chop off your... 565 00:58:25,970 --> 00:58:29,137 Behind the refrigerator, there was a piece of glass. 566 00:58:29,272 --> 00:58:32,207 - Miss susie sat upon it... - And broke her little... 567 00:58:32,209 --> 00:58:35,611 -Ask me no more questions. -Tell me no more lies. 568 00:58:35,613 --> 00:58:37,513 The boys are in the bathroom. 569 00:58:37,515 --> 00:58:40,115 Zipping up their... Flies are in the Meadow. 570 00:58:40,250 --> 00:58:41,884 Bees are in the park. 571 00:58:41,886 --> 00:58:45,988 Miss susie and her boyfriend are kissing in the d-a-r-k, 572 00:58:45,990 --> 00:58:48,891 d-a-r-k, d-a-r-k... 573 00:59:02,205 --> 00:59:03,171 You still hungry? 574 00:59:27,764 --> 00:59:28,797 What the fuck? It's just me. 575 00:59:29,599 --> 00:59:30,866 I thought you hated Halloween. 576 00:59:33,603 --> 00:59:34,736 Twick or tweat. 577 00:59:38,875 --> 00:59:41,276 Here. You stink. 578 00:59:43,880 --> 00:59:45,147 It's not my fault there's a heatwave. 579 00:59:45,915 --> 00:59:47,616 It's the hole in the ozone layer. 580 00:59:47,951 --> 00:59:49,217 Those spray cans don't help. 581 00:59:52,221 --> 00:59:54,256 You know in some places it snows on Halloween? 582 00:59:55,892 --> 00:59:56,992 You like snow? 583 00:59:58,227 --> 00:59:59,261 I've never seen it. 584 01:00:01,331 --> 01:00:03,865 That's why I'm saving up all my slave wage from this dump. 585 01:00:05,368 --> 01:00:07,035 So I can fly away to Canada. 586 01:00:08,338 --> 01:00:09,671 Get a log cabin. 587 01:00:11,741 --> 01:00:13,208 It snows most of the year there. 588 01:00:13,810 --> 01:00:15,978 The rivers are so frozen, you can skate on them. 589 01:00:20,283 --> 01:00:22,317 It snows quite a bit in New York too. 590 01:00:24,921 --> 01:00:26,188 You're gonna go, aren't you? 591 01:00:33,296 --> 01:00:34,763 Did you ever let down a friend? 592 01:00:35,298 --> 01:00:38,333 Like stand someone up? Sure. 593 01:00:39,402 --> 01:00:41,336 If I had a dollar for every person I left waiting 594 01:00:41,338 --> 01:00:42,771 under the clocks at flinders street... 595 01:00:46,109 --> 01:00:47,175 I'd have nine dollars. 596 01:00:48,845 --> 01:00:50,045 - No. 597 01:00:52,081 --> 01:00:53,048 I mean... 598 01:00:55,752 --> 01:00:58,320 Did you ever say that you'd be there for someone 599 01:00:58,322 --> 01:00:59,354 no matter what... 600 01:01:01,824 --> 01:01:02,924 And then you weren't? 601 01:01:06,362 --> 01:01:08,397 I had this one friend in primary school. 602 01:01:11,067 --> 01:01:12,834 She even joined me at callispastics, 603 01:01:12,836 --> 01:01:14,102 even though she was a total unco. 604 01:01:14,871 --> 01:01:15,937 What happened to her? 605 01:01:19,275 --> 01:01:20,809 Never really thought about it. 606 01:01:23,279 --> 01:01:24,446 I went to a different high school, 607 01:01:25,915 --> 01:01:27,349 started hanging out with other girls. 608 01:01:28,951 --> 01:01:30,085 The cool kids, you know. 609 01:01:32,889 --> 01:01:35,123 I just couldn't keep playing with my little ponies forever, 610 01:01:35,125 --> 01:01:36,058 right? 611 01:01:39,228 --> 01:01:41,430 I guess I didn't notice when the gaps between us 612 01:01:41,432 --> 01:01:42,798 got bigger and bigger. 613 01:01:45,868 --> 01:01:47,069 I haven't seen her for years. 614 01:01:50,773 --> 01:01:52,007 She was just a friend. 615 01:01:53,776 --> 01:01:54,810 Why? 616 01:01:58,181 --> 01:02:00,315 I guess sometimes you don't realize who you've left behind. 617 01:02:04,754 --> 01:02:06,088 Or who's right in front of you. 618 01:02:10,960 --> 01:02:11,960 Yeah. 619 01:02:13,362 --> 01:02:14,496 Maybe. 620 01:02:17,867 --> 01:02:20,736 Or maybe you could get out of your fucking diapers for once. 621 01:02:22,071 --> 01:02:23,739 You think you're frustrated here? 622 01:02:23,741 --> 01:02:25,941 Try living in the same world in a skirt, 623 01:02:26,242 --> 01:02:29,344 surrounded by a bunch of babies who don't even notice you. 624 01:02:29,979 --> 01:02:33,115 Why can't you guys just grow up? Girls do! 625 01:02:33,117 --> 01:02:35,016 We just stand here, waiting, 626 01:02:35,018 --> 01:02:38,353 while you guys are stuck with your heads in the... trees. 627 01:02:41,457 --> 01:02:43,158 Is this 'cause I didn't thank you for the slurpee? 628 01:02:44,060 --> 01:02:45,794 I don't under... ow! 629 01:03:16,959 --> 01:03:18,226 We do want to grow up. 630 01:03:20,029 --> 01:03:21,997 There's just a part of us that doesn't want to stop. 631 01:03:22,865 --> 01:03:23,932 Stop? 632 01:03:27,904 --> 01:03:29,070 Climbing trees. 633 01:03:30,973 --> 01:03:33,241 --Trick or treat! 634 01:03:35,378 --> 01:03:36,478 Great. 635 01:03:44,453 --> 01:03:47,155 Well! Ring-a-ding-ding, cozza. 636 01:03:48,224 --> 01:03:50,492 You sly hound. Thought your head was hurting. 637 01:03:51,427 --> 01:03:52,961 Turns out you were just hurting for head. 638 01:03:53,196 --> 01:03:54,462 - Real smooth. - -Thank you. 639 01:03:55,565 --> 01:03:58,033 So? Where have you been? 640 01:03:59,268 --> 01:04:00,435 Looking everywhere for you. 641 01:04:00,837 --> 01:04:02,370 Don't tell me you were getting bored? 642 01:04:03,105 --> 01:04:05,140 Hey, Bobby. Want to go for a ride? 643 01:04:07,944 --> 01:04:08,944 Hey, um... 644 01:04:10,379 --> 01:04:14,850 You're not... pissed about before, are ya? 645 01:04:16,252 --> 01:04:18,620 I mean, any hole's a goal, you know. 646 01:04:20,056 --> 01:04:21,556 Maybe you shouldn't talk about her like that. 647 01:04:24,894 --> 01:04:27,863 Is this true love? Huh? Huh? It is, isn't it? 648 01:04:55,258 --> 01:04:57,626 Anyway, we're not done yet. The night's not over. 649 01:04:58,294 --> 01:05:00,228 -Copies ready? -Almost. 650 01:05:03,666 --> 01:05:04,933 Forget something? 651 01:05:10,172 --> 01:05:12,173 Hey, uh, guess what we found at the cemetery. 652 01:05:12,175 --> 01:05:14,242 -What? -The little fag's mother. 653 01:05:15,044 --> 01:05:18,446 Yeah. And wait till you see what we did to her tombstone. 654 01:05:19,615 --> 01:05:20,682 We're gonna need photos of it. 655 01:05:21,984 --> 01:05:23,451 So...Grab your shit. 656 01:05:24,053 --> 01:05:25,120 Let's go. 657 01:05:25,554 --> 01:05:26,922 --Got everything? 658 01:05:27,556 --> 01:05:29,391 Slushy. Did you get me my slushy? 659 01:05:29,393 --> 01:05:31,026 Yeah, yeah. I got your slushy. 660 01:05:31,494 --> 01:05:32,627 Thank you. 661 01:05:33,329 --> 01:05:34,362 Nah. 662 01:05:38,000 --> 01:05:39,000 What? 663 01:05:43,973 --> 01:05:45,073 What's the problem, cozza? 664 01:05:46,375 --> 01:05:47,676 Is he your boyfriend or something? 665 01:05:53,049 --> 01:05:54,549 -I don't want to be like that. -Like what? 666 01:05:56,519 --> 01:05:57,619 Cruel. 667 01:06:01,324 --> 01:06:02,657 Didn't know you batted for that team. 668 01:06:03,459 --> 01:06:04,526 What if I did? 669 01:06:05,461 --> 01:06:06,728 Would you still be my friend? 670 01:06:08,064 --> 01:06:10,432 Or would you throw dead animals at my house? 671 01:06:10,434 --> 01:06:13,134 Alright, what... What are you saying, man? 672 01:06:13,669 --> 01:06:15,203 Maybe I'm not one of you anymore. 673 01:06:15,438 --> 01:06:17,172 - Whoa! -Hey. 674 01:06:19,141 --> 01:06:20,075 You are one of us. 675 01:06:21,711 --> 01:06:23,044 Or you're nobody. 676 01:06:24,447 --> 01:06:26,114 I guess you're friends with nobody, then, eh? 677 01:06:27,450 --> 01:06:30,118 Hey! Hey! Oi! Oi! 678 01:06:30,120 --> 01:06:33,688 Fight! Fight! Fight, fight, fight, fight, fight, fight! 679 01:06:33,690 --> 01:06:35,724 Fight, fight, fight, fight, fight, fight! 680 01:06:35,726 --> 01:06:38,426 --Fight, fight, fight, fight! 681 01:06:50,506 --> 01:06:51,539 Mate. 682 01:06:53,009 --> 01:06:53,775 Nah. 683 01:07:08,190 --> 01:07:09,224 Corey! 684 01:07:23,273 --> 01:07:24,439 Fuck. 685 01:07:47,430 --> 01:07:48,496 Jonah! 686 01:07:51,167 --> 01:07:52,333 Jonah? You in there? 687 01:07:54,270 --> 01:07:55,270 Jonah? 688 01:08:19,728 --> 01:08:23,698 Now he sits there, in front of the TV, 689 01:08:24,200 --> 01:08:26,801 late into the night, with the volume turned way up. 690 01:12:13,495 --> 01:12:14,595 Turn off the light. 691 01:12:29,445 --> 01:12:30,611 Why'd you leave? 692 01:12:33,749 --> 01:12:34,982 You're the one who left. 693 01:12:45,394 --> 01:12:46,494 Come outside. 694 01:12:48,697 --> 01:12:50,365 -Why? -'Cause I want to explain. 695 01:12:50,566 --> 01:12:51,699 You can't. 696 01:13:13,822 --> 01:13:14,922 Keep it. 697 01:13:28,437 --> 01:13:29,804 You're breaking the rules, you know. 698 01:13:33,142 --> 01:13:34,108 What rules? 699 01:13:35,978 --> 01:13:36,978 Cocytus. 700 01:13:39,148 --> 01:13:40,848 Game doesn't stop till we get home. 701 01:13:40,916 --> 01:13:41,949 That's kids stuff. 702 01:13:44,653 --> 01:13:45,686 So? 703 01:13:48,123 --> 01:13:49,190 We're kids. 704 01:13:51,794 --> 01:13:52,960 At least for tonight. 705 01:14:03,705 --> 01:14:05,473 You can be such a dick sometimes. 706 01:14:07,042 --> 01:14:08,142 Yeah. 707 01:14:09,711 --> 01:14:10,812 Come on. 708 01:14:10,814 --> 01:14:13,681 Best way to keep the wolf from your door is to go to his. 709 01:14:34,670 --> 01:14:35,903 One thing's for sure. 710 01:14:36,705 --> 01:14:38,172 Jango and I are no longer friends. 711 01:14:45,514 --> 01:14:46,647 Thank you. 712 01:14:53,155 --> 01:14:54,789 Got time for one more house call. 713 01:14:59,695 --> 01:15:00,661 Fuck! 714 01:15:06,235 --> 01:15:07,502 Motherfucker. 715 01:17:05,287 --> 01:17:07,688 Are you trying to kill yourself? You'll fall. 716 01:17:09,124 --> 01:17:10,858 People aren't really scared of falling. 717 01:17:11,326 --> 01:17:12,660 They're scared of jumping. 718 01:17:12,662 --> 01:17:14,328 I'm scared my dad will kill you. 719 01:17:14,963 --> 01:17:16,030 What are you doing here? 720 01:17:16,965 --> 01:17:17,965 Is your face okay? 721 01:17:18,133 --> 01:17:19,133 Yeah, yeah. 722 01:17:21,903 --> 01:17:24,171 I just thought you might want some snow on Halloween. 723 01:17:26,975 --> 01:17:28,075 That stuff's toxic. 724 01:17:28,710 --> 01:17:30,845 -So? -It'll give you cancer. 725 01:17:30,946 --> 01:17:30,945 It's worth it. 726 01:17:32,848 --> 01:17:34,215 Romany, are you okay in there? 727 01:17:34,217 --> 01:17:35,950 I'm fine. Go back to bed. 728 01:17:37,285 --> 01:17:38,319 You should go. 729 01:17:38,687 --> 01:17:39,754 One more thing. 730 01:17:46,662 --> 01:17:47,962 I owe you an apology. 731 01:17:48,263 --> 01:17:49,730 I've been a real dick tonight. 732 01:17:51,233 --> 01:17:52,299 Just tonight? 733 01:17:54,202 --> 01:17:55,436 Maybe for a while. 734 01:17:58,907 --> 01:18:00,041 But I did notice you. 735 01:18:01,276 --> 01:18:04,111 And sometimes the boys just... Climb the trees 736 01:18:04,113 --> 01:18:05,846 to get a better look at the view. 737 01:18:12,054 --> 01:18:13,154 - Oh! 738 01:18:23,031 --> 01:18:24,131 Happy Halloween. 739 01:18:49,124 --> 01:18:51,192 You'll catch your death if you stay in the snow for too long. 740 01:19:23,391 --> 01:19:24,525 So, what happens now? 741 01:19:29,030 --> 01:19:30,131 I think this is where you show me 742 01:19:30,133 --> 01:19:31,499 one of your callisthenic routines. 743 01:19:31,767 --> 01:19:33,467 I will punch you in the face. 744 01:19:39,975 --> 01:19:42,209 I guess you go back to the company of wolves 745 01:19:42,978 --> 01:19:45,346 and I get to escape to the wilds of Canada. 746 01:19:49,251 --> 01:19:50,251 Unless... 747 01:19:51,419 --> 01:19:52,386 "Unless"? 748 01:19:54,022 --> 01:19:54,989 Well... 749 01:19:56,291 --> 01:19:58,092 I don't know for sure, but... 750 01:19:59,828 --> 01:20:00,995 I imagine there are some pretty good 751 01:20:00,997 --> 01:20:02,463 photography courses in Canada. 752 01:20:06,835 --> 01:20:08,235 There would be a lot of beautiful things there 753 01:20:08,237 --> 01:20:09,270 to capture. 754 01:20:16,111 --> 01:20:17,178 Do you really want me to come? 755 01:20:18,980 --> 01:20:21,448 Sometimes it's just... Easier to live your dream 756 01:20:21,450 --> 01:20:22,917 if you have someone to share it with. 757 01:20:24,386 --> 01:20:28,489 And... maybe you don't come to Canada, but... 758 01:20:30,225 --> 01:20:31,992 We can make sure we both get out of here. 759 01:20:39,501 --> 01:20:42,436 What, if... if I live my dream, you'll live yours? 760 01:20:42,571 --> 01:20:43,537 Yeah. 761 01:20:44,573 --> 01:20:45,573 Want to swear? 762 01:20:47,909 --> 01:20:49,143 Sure, motherfucker. 763 01:20:49,511 --> 01:20:50,578 No, I mean it. 764 01:20:51,179 --> 01:20:52,213 Let's do this. 765 01:20:53,582 --> 01:20:55,916 If you go back on this, i will come at you in the... 766 01:20:55,918 --> 01:20:55,916 ...black of some terrible night. 767 01:20:55,918 --> 01:20:59,887 And I will bring a pointy reckoning that will shudder you. 768 01:20:59,889 --> 01:21:01,021 --Shh! 769 01:21:09,464 --> 01:21:11,065 I'm through with breaking promises. 770 01:21:46,034 --> 01:21:47,101 Don't fall. 771 01:21:47,269 --> 01:21:48,235 Too late. 772 01:21:48,536 --> 01:21:50,271 -Shut up. -Okay. 773 01:22:09,925 --> 01:22:10,958 Oh! 774 01:22:18,333 --> 01:22:19,300 Jonah! 775 01:22:34,082 --> 01:22:35,115 Rex? 776 01:22:45,293 --> 01:22:47,194 - Rex! Hey. 777 01:26:15,270 --> 01:26:16,270 Come on. 778 01:26:18,206 --> 01:26:19,206 Let's get out of here. 779 01:26:23,945 --> 01:26:25,245 Jonah. 780 01:26:51,739 --> 01:26:53,640 Jonah! Stop! 781 01:27:03,351 --> 01:27:04,985 What was that place? Who is that man? 782 01:27:06,554 --> 01:27:07,554 I don't know him. 783 01:27:08,323 --> 01:27:09,323 He looked familiar. 784 01:27:10,658 --> 01:27:11,758 We meet him twice. 785 01:27:11,826 --> 01:27:13,627 First time, you don't remember. 786 01:27:14,562 --> 01:27:16,430 The second time, you never forget. 787 01:27:43,791 --> 01:27:44,758 What if I lied to you? 788 01:27:46,527 --> 01:27:48,395 When I said i didn't want to grow up? 789 01:27:57,939 --> 01:27:58,905 Run. 790 01:27:59,774 --> 01:28:01,541 Run! Run! 791 01:28:19,427 --> 01:28:20,494 --Jonah! 792 01:28:50,892 --> 01:28:51,892 We need more light. 793 01:29:06,474 --> 01:29:07,541 Hey. 794 01:29:09,977 --> 01:29:11,578 They can't hurt us if we stick together. 795 01:29:12,880 --> 01:29:12,879 They won't let us go forward. 796 01:29:15,550 --> 01:29:18,118 Then let's go back, where the dreams are true. 797 01:29:19,787 --> 01:29:20,887 The stories too. 798 01:29:56,991 --> 01:29:59,059 Jonah. Jonah. 799 01:30:35,129 --> 01:30:36,596 -Huh! -Whoo! 800 01:30:49,444 --> 01:30:51,144 Ah! Ah! 801 01:30:53,848 --> 01:30:54,915 Whoo! 802 01:31:14,602 --> 01:31:15,669 We need to go higher. 803 01:32:11,025 --> 01:32:12,192 My best friend. 804 01:32:13,661 --> 01:32:15,095 Why did we leave all this behind? 805 01:32:16,731 --> 01:32:18,832 -We needed more. -Did you? 806 01:32:21,602 --> 01:32:22,969 Do you remember that day? 807 01:32:23,905 --> 01:32:25,539 Like it was yesterday. 808 01:32:25,541 --> 01:32:29,009 It kinda was, since we kept it so close. 809 01:32:31,579 --> 01:32:32,913 It was Halloween then too. 810 01:32:33,648 --> 01:32:35,115 We were all dressed up. 811 01:32:35,750 --> 01:32:37,017 I still had my first camera. 812 01:32:37,652 --> 01:32:39,152 Don't make it too real. 813 01:32:40,655 --> 01:32:41,855 It was getting late. 814 01:32:42,189 --> 01:32:44,024 And it isn't midnight when young boys 815 01:32:44,026 --> 01:32:45,225 turn into pumpkins. 816 01:32:45,993 --> 01:32:47,727 It's when the street lights turn on. 817 01:32:50,665 --> 01:32:51,798 It was a bad idea. 818 01:32:53,601 --> 01:32:56,336 The boys knew that from the start, but... 819 01:32:58,139 --> 01:33:00,140 Nobody wants to be the one left behind. 820 01:33:04,645 --> 01:33:07,347 Even though tunnels can be longer than they appear. 821 01:33:11,085 --> 01:33:13,053 And there are things in this world 822 01:33:13,055 --> 01:33:15,155 we don't read about in storybooks. 823 01:33:21,996 --> 01:33:25,265 Wolves may lurk in any guise. 824 01:33:27,101 --> 01:33:28,635 And only in the dark, 825 01:33:29,670 --> 01:33:32,005 do we learn how far we'll go to survive. 826 01:33:33,941 --> 01:33:36,276 Even if it means running as fast as you can 827 01:33:37,845 --> 01:33:39,813 and leaving behind everything you value. 828 01:33:48,356 --> 01:33:49,356 Corey. 829 01:33:54,929 --> 01:33:57,163 And that was the last time that they played cocytus. 830 01:34:20,187 --> 01:34:21,254 It'll be morning soon. 831 01:35:11,338 --> 01:35:12,706 Is it getting cold? 832 01:35:15,009 --> 01:35:16,076 Think so. 833 01:35:22,983 --> 01:35:24,184 We have to go home eventually. 834 01:35:27,321 --> 01:35:28,722 Then the game will be over. 835 01:35:34,862 --> 01:35:36,496 What would happen if we change the ending? 836 01:35:39,200 --> 01:35:40,300 What ending? 837 01:35:43,003 --> 01:35:44,204 To the story in the drain. 838 01:35:47,808 --> 01:35:48,875 What if I... 839 01:35:56,951 --> 01:35:58,351 -What if he stayed? -He left. 840 01:36:02,389 --> 01:36:03,757 Maybe he didn't. 841 01:36:08,863 --> 01:36:10,163 Maybe it just seemed like he did. 842 01:36:13,534 --> 01:36:16,002 And as he was walking away, he turned back, 843 01:36:17,037 --> 01:36:19,239 'cause he realized who his real friend was. 844 01:36:20,775 --> 01:36:22,242 'Cause together, they could do anything. 845 01:36:22,810 --> 01:36:22,809 They could cross the bridge to cocytus. 846 01:36:22,811 --> 01:36:26,846 They could outwit the darklings. They could outrun the wolves. 847 01:36:28,149 --> 01:36:29,549 Why couldn't they defeat two bullies? 848 01:36:31,852 --> 01:36:32,952 And then? 849 01:36:33,788 --> 01:36:34,954 And then they live their dreams 850 01:36:34,956 --> 01:36:36,089 like they promised each other. 851 01:36:39,160 --> 01:36:40,226 That's what should have happened. 852 01:36:42,863 --> 01:36:43,897 I like that ending. 853 01:36:47,802 --> 01:36:48,902 But that's not what happened. 854 01:36:57,044 --> 01:36:58,111 I'm ready to show you now. 855 01:37:11,258 --> 01:37:12,592 This is where we say goodbye. 856 01:37:15,162 --> 01:37:16,496 This where you live now, homey? 857 01:37:18,365 --> 01:37:19,933 Yeah, real mature, smart-arse. 858 01:37:23,270 --> 01:37:24,504 Thought you were in a hurry to grow up. 859 01:37:28,142 --> 01:37:29,976 Ah, maybe I was a bit hasty on that one. 860 01:37:31,912 --> 01:37:32,979 Good to hear it. 861 01:37:52,032 --> 01:37:53,032 I'm sorry. 862 01:37:58,005 --> 01:37:59,005 For leaving. 863 01:38:03,444 --> 01:38:04,410 You know... 864 01:38:05,479 --> 01:38:06,546 Tonight... 865 01:38:09,016 --> 01:38:10,383 Kind of made up for the rest of it. 866 01:38:25,132 --> 01:38:26,165 Turn around. 867 01:38:40,147 --> 01:38:41,180 Jonah! 868 01:38:42,249 --> 01:38:43,216 Hey, Jonah! 869 01:39:01,268 --> 01:39:04,103 Oh, fuck! Fuck! Jonah! 870 01:40:36,765 --> 01:40:38,097 Dad! 871 01:40:40,068 --> 01:40:41,234 Dad, are you there? 872 01:40:45,406 --> 01:40:46,539 Dad, I need you. 873 01:42:30,277 --> 01:42:32,512 Judging by the state of his... 874 01:42:34,581 --> 01:42:35,715 Uh... 875 01:42:36,183 --> 01:42:38,551 The, uh... condition... 876 01:42:38,785 --> 01:42:39,852 He's in, 877 01:42:39,854 --> 01:42:42,288 they... they think he must have been in the water 878 01:42:42,523 --> 01:42:45,191 since... late afternoon. 879 01:42:47,694 --> 01:42:48,794 He must have... 880 01:42:49,563 --> 01:42:50,763 Fallen while he was... 881 01:42:51,498 --> 01:42:52,765 Crossing and... 882 01:42:56,336 --> 01:42:57,403 Hit his head. 883 01:43:03,577 --> 01:43:05,378 We climbed trees together. 884 01:43:11,752 --> 01:43:13,319 That was a long time ago. 885 01:43:23,497 --> 01:43:25,464 Are we still going to the lake this weekend? 886 01:43:28,368 --> 01:43:29,569 Only if you want to. 887 01:43:30,637 --> 01:43:31,671 Yeah. 888 01:43:34,341 --> 01:43:35,341 I do. 889 01:43:38,445 --> 01:43:39,445 Are you ready to go? 890 01:43:44,918 --> 01:43:46,786 I just want to stay here a little longer. 891 01:43:51,225 --> 01:43:52,291 Your friends are here. 892 01:44:38,305 --> 01:44:39,438 Forget something? 893 01:45:46,640 --> 01:45:48,674 Hey, you there? Can you hear me? 894 01:45:48,975 --> 01:45:50,509 You're cutting in and out a bit. 895 01:45:51,044 --> 01:45:52,745 Yeah, this Wi-Fi's bullshit. 896 01:45:53,680 --> 01:45:55,081 Dude, how are the performances going? 897 01:45:55,449 --> 01:45:56,982 -Full houses so far. -Really? 898 01:45:57,351 --> 01:45:58,918 Hey, look. Can you see it? 899 01:46:03,690 --> 01:46:06,125 -Is it snow? -Yeah. Happy Halloween. 900 01:46:06,693 --> 01:46:08,928 Where are you heading tonight? 901 01:46:09,129 --> 01:46:11,864 Uh, the voice are paying me to get shots of the parade 902 01:46:11,866 --> 01:46:13,132 in the village tonight. 903 01:46:13,134 --> 01:46:14,633 What are you gonna be? 904 01:46:17,404 --> 01:46:18,938 Uh, romany? 905 01:46:21,708 --> 01:46:23,542 Romany? Hello?