Crystal Inferno (2017) Script

Just come in like a bull in a China shop.

This isn't the wild west, it's Europe.

And you need to be a hell of a lot more subtle when dealing in my business affairs.

You hired me because I have a track record for solving problems.

Okay, sometimes my methods are not exactly conventional, but then again, that's why you hired me.

Now, listen, Beaumont, you personally have

50 million euros riding on this project, and my job is to protect your investment.

Ah, everything satisfactory?

Are you making a joke?

No, certainly not, what's wrong?

Bribery, Mr. Beaumont.

Bribery?

And who exactly are you accusing of this terrible thing?

I intend to find out.

Your associate here polluted a substantial sum to ignore serious problems in your electrical installation.

I don't know how things work in the United States, but here, we have integrity in our construction practices.

I merely offered to compensate you for your efforts, Ms. Hoff.

Do you really think I'm that kind of person?

Come on, Eveline, we're trying to work with you, not against you...

Let me apologize for Mr. Steele's poor communication skills.

I want to inform you, I will be reporting your business practices to the authorities.

Eveline, please, I don't think we have...

Good day, sirs!

Ms. Hoff, let me take you downstairs.

No, thank you, I know the way.

I'm sure you do, but you're not going anywhere.

Ha!

Not without the safety key.

She's texting someone.

Well, leave nothing to chance, as you put it.

A cellphone jammer.

Watch your step.


Bury her.

What a beautiful day.


Come on, you can't be bored with the city yet.

So much to see and do.

The Vanderburgh Museum, St. Paul's, that guy Ruben's house.

St. Paul's, museums, you know we did all that stuff, the kids hated it. Yeah, I hear ya'.

I can't stand all that tourist nonsense myself, I wish they would just tear it all down, and let us build it right.

Tom, we'd make a killing.

I don't know, how about the zoo?

The zoo?

Oh my god, no, no, it would remind me way too much of my day to day existence.

Hello darkness.

Hey, Ben!

Do not chase your sister, we're here to have a good time in the park!

Put your electronics away, okay.

What's goin' on with you and Brianna?

Married bliss wearing thin, honeymoon over?

Honeymoon was 15 years ago, James, remember?

Is it that long?

Ben!

What'd I just tell you?

I told you I would be there for you, remember?

Easy, easy, brother, I'm not lookin' for a divorce lawyer especially not one as expensive as you.

Expensive, come on, you know I'll give you a discount.

No, we just need to figure some stuff out.

She's just on the road all the time, and she's just focused on her work.

I know it's a cliche, but there's just no time for us anymore.

You sure she doesn't do somethin' on the side?

Yeah, because that's really what I need to hear right now, man, thank you.

It's the number one reason spouses go cold.

James, please, shut up.

Alright, consider this.

Do you even know what or who she's doing right now in Paris, city of lovers?


In conclusion, the UBX Tower built by Beaumont & Associates has been designed to be one of the most energy efficient and safest buildings on the market today.

Wonderful.

Well, thank you very much, Brianna.

That means a lot coming from a structural engineer of your caliber. You're very welcome, Hans.

Now, I just need to oversee the physical inspection to ensure that your dream has been fully realized.

Sure, and I look forward to continuing our partnership.

So, you're confirming that Brianna will continue the project.

Of course, we already talked about that.

Basic due diligence before any acquisition.

Of course.

Alright then, that's it for today.

We'll have a decision for you in the next quarter.

Fantastic, and we're still on for dinner this evening.

Oh yes, we have a table reserved for eight o'clock in my favorite restaurant.

I would appreciate it if Mrs. Bronson would join us.

I'm afraid that won't be... Hans...

On a project of this magnitude, it's imperative that we all feel comfortable about each other.

And now that Mrs. Bronson is involved with, how do call it...

Our ongoing partnership.

Let me talk to her.

Brianna, I'm afraid you'll have to spend one more night in Paris.

But I'm on the next train back to Antwerp.

Please, Brianna, Beaumont is known for being kind of...

Touchy.

I'd really love for things to go smooth between all of us.

Sure, of course. Thank you.

Call Tom.

Anne, take the ref.

Yes!

Stop it, stop it!

Don't hit your sister.

Dad, you're going down!

Hey there, this is Tom, leave a message.

Hey, honey, something's come up.

The client wants me to stay later, so I'm gonna have to take the train home tomorrow morning.

Call me, okay, love you, bye.

The Bronson woman will become a big problem if allowed to keep digging into this.

Yeah, she doesn't really strike me as the kickback type either.

I know, but this time try using a little more finesse.

I mean, we're not cowboys for god's sake.

Don't worry, let's just stick to the plan.

I mean, she's a wife and a mom.

We'll just make it about family.

I'll take her out of the game.

I want her gone before the start of the next quarter.

She will be, and then you can get Granger to decide.

Okay.

You have three hours to put everything into place.

Yes, sir.

Brianna?

Now, that's a surprise! Oh...

Hey, what you doing here?

You don't live in Antwerp anymore?

Ah, yes, I do, I'm so sorry, do I...

Don't tell me you don't recognize me.

Bert's friend, from New Year's Eve.

Two, no maybe three years ago.

Oh, I'm so... I'm so glad!

Bert. Bert's friend.

Hey, I'm, I'm so sorry, but I'm late for dinner, and I'm late, and... Okay, I got it.

And we should stay in touch, okay, in Antwerp.

Yeah...

Sure.


I'm sure that you'll be signing off the project very soon, Hans.

I feel very, very honored about the whole thing.

You know the sure thing, ah, there she is.

I am so sorry that I'm late.

Oh no, don't be.

Hi.

Hi.

So, Hans has been telling me that you're an expert rock climber.

Well, I would not say expert, but I love it, that's for sure.

And you've been doing this for how long?

Since I was a little girl.

When I finished my studies I wanted to be a mountain rescuer.

So, what made you give it up?

Tom, my husband.

Ah...

So, you exchanged one passion for another passion.

Any regrets?

No, no regrets.

I wanted to have a family, so I just had to change the order of my priorities.

So, how do you handle all of this then?

You seem to have a strange view of being a woman.

But I can have a career, and a family, and a passion, no problem.

Well, what about some wine?


Hello, there.


Let me call you back.


Hello?

Yeah, immediately.

I'm powering it up.

We're at 64% here.

I'm gonna let me guys finish the prep work on it.

Okay.

It's all good, you can start.

You got it.

Eric...

You'll never guess who I saw in the lobby.

Brianna Bronson.

I thought she was off the project.

What's she doin' here? A beautiful coincidence.

Her husband's divorce lawyer is a partner down at Lando & Associates on the 60th.

Really, so then nothing to do with this building?

Nothing, just another failed marriage.

Those photographs worked beautifully.

She couldn't return to Paris, so she had to resign.

So, you see, there's no need for any further bloodshed.

You know, actually this whole thing cost us a little more than expected.

We had to pay off the new engineer, the inspector.

But luckily, it all kind of worked out in the end.

We passed inspection, so closing is only a week away.

Perfect, god, it's hot in here.

What the hell's going on with the air conditioning?

You know, that's an interesting question, especially coming from the person who installed an AC system at about half the cost in 40% of the recommended capacity.


Hold on.

Hey, I'm a little worried here.

My power consumption just jumped up to 75%.

Are you sure it's within spec?

Alright.

It's fine, back to work. You got it.

Yeah, got it.

Well, I hope we got it right.

Tom?

Tom, can I have two minutes with you, please?

Sure.

So, you sure that you wanna go through with this?

Because this is the last chance that we've got to put this horrible prank behind us.

Prank?

Well, it's definitely been that.

But the point is that I've lost all trust in you and our marriage.

What more do I have to do to convince you?

I told you a hundred times I didn't have an affair.

I quit the job in Paris, I am spending as much time here as I possibly can to prove to you how important our marriage and the children are to me.

You know, I always thought that I would be the kind of guy that could put something like this behind him.

Forget it ever happened...

I guess it turns out that I'm not.

Come on, let me take you to a movie tonight.

So, it's a movie, then dinner, and then what?

And then...

I get it, I get it.

Can't you be a little more romantic?

What do you want?

I like flowers.

Okay, I promise you a flower by the end of the day.

Thank you, goodbye.

Nice to see you again, Mr. Bronson, good morning.

Mr. Levine is waiting for you.

Please, follow me.

She says to me, "Yeah, this one's eating my popcorn."

I gotta go.

Tom, Brianna, come on in.

Sir.

Hello, Ms. Minor, nice to see you.

I'd like to welcome you all to our new offices.

What a beautiful tower, isn't it, Mrs. Bronson.

Perhaps, it'd be best if we got started.

Yeah, let's get this over with.

Absolutely, please.

How were the children doing this morning?

Oh, yeah, they're fine.

Can't wait to officially live without a father.

I don't think Daddy's gonna be happy that we're looking at these pictures.

Are you gonna tell him? Maybe, maybe not.

It depends, what will you give me?

In your dreams, Anne.

I feel like something's wrong.

I've looked a zillion times already, Ben.

I'm telling you, it really seems that Mom had a boyfriend in Paris.

It's weird.

Each time they kiss, the shots are closer.

Okay, so...

I don't know.

The shots don't seem to be in a logical order.

So, you think this is fake?

I don't know yet.

Hmm, what did you pit in this, Anne?

Same as usual.


I got it, look.

You see the passage behind this shot?

Yeah, so?

Well, they should be somewhere up here, but it's like they just disappeared.

Yeah, you're right.

It looks like this photo was taken at a different time.

Exactly, they don't match.

That's why every time they kiss these are mid shots to avoid the passersby.

And that's why we never see Mom's face when she's kissing the guy.

Two different persons.

Mom, and someone else dressed like her.

Why would anyone do that?

We have to tell Dad.

What do you think I'm doing, Anne?

Come on, sometimes you're such a brat.

Great...

Dad doesn't answer his phone, and Mom's is turned off.

Probably because they're at the lawyer's office.

I bet the lawyer's address is in his emails.

Here it is, Lando & Associates.

60th floor at the UBX Tower.

Call the cab. Don't be mad, Anne.

That would be even worse.

Ben! Damn, okay.

And that was a problem.

She was selfish, unavailable...

She was focused on her career, rather than her family, and then the affair.

I did not have an affair!

Well, I guess it was just the straw that broke the camel's back then.

I have made so many sacrifices to prove to you that I love you.

You...

You are the one who is throwing this marriage away.

My client is right.

The incriminating photos are no tangible evidence.

But you were unable to bring us any proof that these photos were faked.

That's why we're here today.

Still not answering? No.

Try again.

Look, Anne, he's not answering his phone.

What's so hard to understand?

Maybe you got the wrong number.

I don't have the wrong...

Look, you don't even have a phone.

How would you know?

I'm gonna get a phone one day.

You're gonna have to grow up a lot before that's gonna happen, hey!


Sorry, do you speak English?

Yeah, I do, calm down, can I help you?

Yeah, we really need to see our parents, it's really quite urgent. Where are they?

Upstairs at the lawyer's office.

Lando & Associates.

Please, please, we have to see them.

It's really important.

60th floor, hold on, do me a favor.

When you see the pretty receptionist, her name is Adria, give her this for me.

Okay, I will. Come on this way.

Thank you. Thank you.

Thank you. You're welcome.

We made it, Ben.

Yeah, well, anything can happen.

Let me see that.

He's an awful artist.

No girl is ever gonna fall for that.

I think it's romantic.

Princesses, romance, what next?

I hope a boy draws that for me one day.

You wish, Anne.

What the hell?

Shut it off!

What?

Shut it off!


No!


I'm sorry, is anyone else hearing this?

It's the fire alarm.

Does your client wish to add anything else to her outburst?

Not for now, thank you.

Fire alarm, do we care? I'll look into it.

Adria?

Yes, sir.

Be a good girl, and go downstairs, and find out what's going on, please.

Yes, sir.. Thank you.


There's been an explosion, the transformer.

We need to evacuate the building, and get the firefighting unit here now.


How bad is it?

You keep me up to speed on this.

Machine room problems on 20.

Something overloaded. Dammit.

Couldn't it have held for just one more week?

They said they'll have it under control soon.


No, Anne, Anne, you don't know what you're doing!

What are we gonna do, Ben?

What are we gonna do? Shut up!

I don't know!

Help, help, we're stuck in the elevator!

Help, help! _ Help us!

Help us!

Help us!

Ben...

It's no use.

No one...

Can hear us.

Help us!

Help us!

Is there anyone there?

Is there anyone?

Yes, help us, we're stuck in the elevator!

I hear you.

We're gonna get out of here.

Are you alright?

Yes, please help us, get us out of here!

I can't do it on my own.

I need to go and get some help.

No, no, don't leave us!

Don't leave us!

I have to close the door, otherwise the smoke'll kill you.

No!

No, please! Come back!

No!

No!


Get these people out of here.

And secure perimeter.

Come on.

Ready?

Thank you, Mark.

The UBX Tower, on of the newest structures in Antwerp and one of the tallest buildings in Europe is on fire.

It appears the fire is emanating from the 20th floor.

The building searches the UBX Tower, there are more than 60 stories tall.

Firefighters are limited in the way to deal with fire such as this.

You may remember the fire in the Green Tower in 1979, which was left to burn out for two days because there were no ladders of firefighting tools capable of reaching floors over the 30th floor.

Oh my god.

We need to get out of here before this becomes another 9-11.

9-11 was commercial jets full of fuel, this is a very different situation.

This building is not gonna come down.

Do you see the size of those flames?

There are fire suppression systems throughout this building.

The safest thing that we could all do is just stay here and wait till they put it out.

You seem pretty confident about these fire suppression systems.

This is her business, she knows what she's talking about.

Yeah, well, I'm in the business of getting the hell out of a building when it's on fire.

Alright, let's all figure out the best way to get out of here. I'll take the first one.

The first what?

Elevator, stairs, or stay, yes?

I'll take elevators anytime.

Yeah, well, that's a bad idea because you have no idea what condition the elevators are in.

They could be filled with toxic smoke.

I'm afraid I'm with my wife on this one.

9-11, the ones who got out first were the ones who lived.

Who's with me?

Moving down the building towards the fire itself could actually increase your chances of survival by reducing the amount of smoke you may encounter.

Don't, don't...

You're not coming?

No.

If you do anything, take the stairs.

They were at least designed to be a fire refuge.

But down 60 floors?

That's gonna take forever.

I'd rather take my chances on the elevators.

No, please, don't.

I'm sorry.


Adria, where are you?

I'm up top, Paul!

Everyone's taking the elevator.

What, wait, what's that?

They're taking the elevator!

Should I go down with them?

The elevator, no, don't use the elevators.

Stay away from it, use the stairs!

Oh my god, don't, please!

Sorry, you'll have to take the next one, we're full!

No!

Fire expert, Jeanne Michele, says a fire such as this is usually by various fire suppression systems built into the building.

Why those systems haven't been able to control the fire so far is quite unusual.

It makes the whole installation and operation of various fire suppression systems of the UBX Tower...

Hey, Ben...

What?

Where?

What is it? Hold on.

What floor?

Where, what floor?

Wait, what's going on?

Hold on, Ben.

They're here.

What do you mean here, what here...

Here in the building? Yeah, here in the building.

They're stuck in an elevator.

Well, what floor are they?

I don't know somewhere near the fire.

Well, are they above or below the fire...

I don't know!

Give me the phone, just give me the phone!

Ben, honey?

What floor are you on?

There should be a number in the elevator.

Can you see a number?

No, the last number I saw before the lights went out was 20.

We should be somewhere just below the 20th floor now.

There's lots of smoke and fire.

He started coughing because of the smoke and left.

Okay, Ben, I need you to take your shirt, and I need you to put it over your mouth, and you need to tell Anne to take her shirt, and put it over her mouth and over her nose.

You needs to breath through your shirts.

Do you understand?

Yes.

Use your shirt, that's it, that's it.

God dammit.

We have a dozen people in an elevator, sir.

They're coming down from the 60th floor.

Well, I guess that we need to get 'em out.

Now, lieutenant, go.

Tough break.

They say we should stop the elevator and walk down.

Yeah, whatever.

Why did we do this anyway?

Relax, everything's fine.

We're goin' down.

It smells like smoke.

Didn't she say the smoke might be lethal?

Cover your mouths, everyone!

Help, help!

Let me out!


We do not have any reports on how many dead or injured people are caused by the fire here at the UBX Tower.

We do have an official report that at least 12 people are trapped in the elevators where the fire destroyed various power systems on the 20th floor.

We have a major gas leak in the basement.

We need to widen the perimeter of the safety zone, go.

Get the dosing meter out.

Let's find out what's in the air.

Yes, captain.

Lieutenant James, base camp. Go on, lieutenant.

How are we doing with this elevator?

I'm so sorry, Captain, we couldn't override it.

We had to get up there, but it was too late.

What do you mean too late?

They're all dead.

Okay, I'm coming.

It is our understanding that the UBX Tower was actually built by an international investment group headed by venture capitalist, Lucas Beaumont.

What the hell are we gonna do, Eric?

Wait for them to take control of the fire, then what?

Sir, you need to get a grip.

What, would you rather talk to the press about all the buildings safety features that didn't work.

What do you propose?

Call my chopper guy.

We have attempted contacting official representatives of the firm...

Hey, this is Eric.

Look, I need a pick-up.

As soon as possible.

Okay.

Alright.

He's gonna be here in 20.

Lucas!

We need to clean up, now!

We gotta trash everything.


Mom and I are gonna get you out of there, just stay put, okay. Everything's gonna be fine.

Okay.

Anne, do you hear me?

I hear you, Daddy.

The phone battery's low. Really, where is it at?

60%.

Okay, we're gonna have to save the power.

I am going to hang up, and then we'll call you back as soon as we have a plan together, okay?

No!

Don't hang up the phone, Dad!

You trust me, don't you?

Yes.

Then trust me when I tell you that everything is fine.

I'm gonna go now.

Okay.

Okay, Daddy.

I love you both, and don't worry, everything is gonna be fine.

I love you, Mommy. Me too.

I hate doing that.

What do you mean, doing what?

Lying to them like that.

Oh, now you have a problem lying?

Well, just stop, okay, just, just stop!

It's gonna be alright, isn't it?

Yeah...

Of course.

Come here.

Just help me, help me, help me open this.

Just...

Oh my god.

Ben!

Ben!

Okay, we'll have to take the stairs.

No, they're on the 20th floor, we're on the 60th, it's gonna take too long!

It's them.

Hello?

Dad, there's a lot of smoke!

It's getting really hard to breathe!

The fire started on the 20th floor in the maintenance area.

Well, it spread a good deal by now if the sprinklers aren't working.

Have you cut the power yet?

Not yet.

Send someone to cut it.

We don't need anymore accidents.

What are we gonna do about the elevators?

Bring 'em down, now.

Smoke, you can't go anymore!

Oh...

Dad, hurry!

The smoke's getting really thick!

Listen, hold your shirts in front of your faces.

Breathe through your shirts.

Yeah, we know, we already are!

Ben, Ben, in the ceiling is a hatch behind the lighting.

Can you see it?

Yes!

Can you get to it?

Hold this.

Ah!

It's too high, and the railings really slippery.

Ben the smoke is poison.

You have to get you and Anne out of the elevator as soon as you can, do you understand me?

Yes.

Okay, so you've gotta get out, think!

We can't reach it!

Can Anne get on your shoulders, can she reach it?

I think so.

Well, because then she can open the hatch.

Yeah, maybe, we can try.

No, Ben, you need to do this.

Ben, you hear what your Mom is saying, you understand?

Yes, but she's heavy.

Ben, listen to me, you can do this, I know you can.

Okay, you gotta work together.

Alright, let's go.

Do you hear me, you can do this.

Come on.

I can't do it, Ben!

Yes, you can, Anne, come on!

You have to do this!

Push as hard as you can.

Come on, push, push, Anne, push.

You got this, Anne, come on!

That's it, come on.

Yes, we did it.

I can't do it, Ben.

Let me down now. No, Anne!

Anne, what are you doing?

You have to climb up.

You go first, I won't be able to pull you up, Ben.

You trained with Mom, you go.

Okay.

Okay, let's go.

You did it, Ben!

He's doing it!

The battery died, it's only 8%.

Hang up now, we'll call back, okay.

We've checked the north side, come on.

We're gonna check the south side elevators.

Come on, come on.

Anne!

Anne, are you alright?


Anne!

Here, take this!

Come on!

Anne, come on, you've gotta climb up now!

I can't reach.

Use the railing!

Come on, Anna, you have to do this!

Do it for Mom and Dad!

Think Spiderman!

That's it.


Ben!

Ben?

Ben!

Mom!

Mom, we're here!

Mom!

They're there! They're here!

They're good.

Okay, we just gotta get down to them.

You push. You crazy?

No, push it all the way back.

Hold it.

Okay, hold on.

Dad?

Dad, it's really hard to hear you.

Tell him the elevator's on fire!

Dad, the elevator's on fire!

The elevator is on fire!

Get away from the smoke, get to a vent!

Ben, did you hear that?

Find a vent! What?

An air duct, it's like a pipe with fresh air.

Can you see anything like that?

Yeah, yeah, I see one.

Good, avoid the smoke, and get to that vent.

Dad, I have no idea how I'm gonna get there, it's high.

I understand, Ben, everything's alright.

But I'm gonna hang up now to save the battery.

You need to find a way to get to that vent.

Okay. Okay.


Come on!

There's no way I'm getting up there from here.

Okay, I'm gonna climb the ladder.

I'm just gonna check if it's safe.

You stay here, okay.


Okay, Anne, your turn, come on.

No, Ben, I can't! Don't worry, okay.

We're just gonna take this one step at a time.

We have to emergency crown the elevators.

We can't have anyone else getting trapped they're suffocating in the smoke.

Got it.

Alright, just climb up the ladder until you're in line with me, yeah?

I'm gonna come over, and help you across.

You think you can do that for me, Anne?

Ben! Anne!

Ben!

Ben!

Ben! Anne!

Oh, shit.

They're grounding the elevators.

Oh god.

Wait, what are you doing?


You sure about this?

There's no other way.

Uh!

Come and find us!

Uh!


Ben, Anne?

Mom!

Mom!

I'm on my way there, stay where you are!

Mom, it's Anne!

Just stay there!

Mom, don't fall!

Mom, Mom, no!

Ben, just hold on.

Mom, no, don't fall!

Ben, please, just, be quiet.

I need to focus.

Mom, Mom, are you okay?

Yeah.

Where's your sister?

She's, she's, gone.

What do you mean?

Where is she?

Ben...

Ben!

I don't know!

When the elevators went down, she was on the roof.

It took her down there.

You think she's okay?

She's gonna be fine.

Don't worry.


Ahh!

Ahh!


Hello?

Is anyone in here?

Hello!

Could someone please help me?

Please!

Can anyone hear me?


Captain...

Our first team will be getting to the point of origin in just a couple of minutes.

Alright, lieutenant, how's evacuation going?

We have just about everyone out.

Make sure.

Jeanne, how are we doin' on the ground.

Everyone is back 100 meters, but we haven't been able to shut off the gas leak in the garage.

It's just a matter of time before somethin' sets it off.

Better make sure there's no one left behind on the ground, you got that? Got it.

Good, let's keep it that way.

Are you sure everyone got off the from the 60th floor?

Lando & Associates?

There's nobody inside.


Oh, no.

Ben...

Ben, we can't stay here forever.

Can you make it over here?

No way, Mom.


Oh god.

Alright, just run through it, just run through it.


Awe, bad move.

Oscar 9-9-5, we're approaching UBX Tower.

Fire causing stability issues with the landing platform.

Advice for immediate departure.

Okay, he's here.

I'm almost done.

What's gonna keep them from finding the inspector's body in the bottom of the rubble.

We'll just see, be long gone by now.

Besides, if we're lucky, they'll miss the connection altogether.

We were so close. Yeah, let's get out of here.

Come on.

Oh, no, oh, no.


Come on, come on, come on, let's go!

Roger, control, 5-9-7, Antwerp International.

I need clearance for transit. Come on, go!


We are going down!

I repeat, we are going down!

Take cover!


No!


I need oxygen!

Where was he?

Easy there, sir, we got you.

We're gonna catch our breath for a second, then we'll get you out of here.

Whoa, whoa, calm down.

No, no, no, no!

No, no!

My wife and kids.

What's that?

My wife and kids!

They're in the elevators.

In the shaft?

Yeah, come on, help me.

We have to find them.

Which shaft?

I'll show you.

No, you're getting evacuated!

No, you don't know where they are.

You don't have any gear!

You need to get out of here!

It's my family.

Sir, you can help them by letting us do our job.

No, you can't stop me.

We don't have time for this.

The fire is in the walls.

It is unpredictable and dangerous!

We won't be able to protect you.

Are you sure?

I'm sure, yes!

Okay, there's no time!

They're around the 20th floor, in the south shaft.

We'll take the stairs.

Okay.


Go, go!

That was really brave.

And it was stupid.

20th floor, you said?

Two more floors to go!

Let's go, let's go!

It is warm.

That's the point of origin.

It should've burnt out by now.


Which shaft did you say it was, south?

Yes.

Look out!

Ben, look at me.

Look at me!

Ben, you need to do this.

I can't, Mom, I just can't do it!

Oh god.

Ben, hey...

You remember our seaside vacations?

Remember the villa at the edge of the cliff?

We'd have picnics everyday on the beach, and you and Anne just loved it?

You remember that?

And those two big rocks that came out of the sand.

You thought they were so huge, but they weren't actually that big, but they were bigger than you.

And you'd stand on one, and then I'd stand on the other, and I would put my hand out to you.

And you would reach across, grab my hand, and jump.

You remember than Anne used to get so scared, but you thought it was the funniest thing in the world?

I called her chicken. Yeah.

She was just scared for you.

Yeah...

Ben...


Ahh!

Uh!

Grab the ladder. Okay.

Ahh!

Ugh!

I can't reach it!

Ben, you can!

It's too far away!

Ugh!

I can't!

Ben!

Mom, I can't!

Ahh!

Oh my god.

Oh my god.

Ben.

Ben!

No, no...

The gird.

Hang on!

Hang on!

Come on, push it!

I got you.

Come on.


Ben, where's Anne?

Ben, Ben.

Brianna, what happened to Anne?

He said that the last he saw is she was holding onto the cables when they grounded the elevators.

That's more than 20 stories down.

Well, we have to go down there and find her.

There's absolutely no goin' into the basement.

We have a major gas leak.

The entire building could blow at moment.

Lieutenant, we need to find her, one way or the other.

We have a gas leak in the building that's on fire.

Do you understand the math, ma'am?

We have to get you out of here, now.

We'll send a separate party to look for her as soon as we get the gas leak under control.

Now, you listen to me, my daughter is in the basement, and I am going down there.

There's no way to get there.

The entire basement has been sealed off.

Elevator shafts.

What?

My daughter is waiting at the bottom of the elevator shaft and I am going down to get her.

So, get me rope, get me oxygen, and give me gloves, now!

Are you crazy lady?

You can't climb down a 20 story shaft.

You listen to me, my wife has been climbing since she was a kid.

Hell, she climbed Eiger twice unassisted.

Jeanne, let's give her what she wants.

Yes, sir.

I love you two, don't worry, I'm gonna find her.

The radio may not work when you get down there.

But the locating beeping will.

We have 50 meters of rope.

It's about 300 feet down to the bottom.

I wasn't planning on tying off to the building.


This is all my fault.

No, hey, hey, it's not your fault.

No, it is.

None of this would've happened if we hadn't come to see you.

Why did you come to see us?

We found proof that the pictures of Mom with that guy were fake so we wanted to tell you.

Come on, we have to get you out of here.


Someone is still alive after the wreckage of the downed chopper.

I've just been told that it's Luca Beaumont himself, the man behind the tower.

Mr. Beaumont may have survived the helicopter crash, but I'm not sure he's going to survive the fire investigation into this building.

Captain, we just found a woman's body encased in some concrete.

Encased in concrete?

Affirmative captain, between the ground zero, and the parking at ground level.

It's the crater, created by the AC, crushed the concrete, and released the dead body. What the hell?

And there was this tag attached to her.

Eveline Hoff, who is she?

Eveline Hoff?

Did you say Eveline Hoff?

She was reported missing a year ago.

And how do you know?

Come on, it's my job, and it was on the news.

She was a building inspector on this tower.

And she suddenly disappeared.


Anne!

Anne!

Anne!

Anne!

Anne!

Anne?

Anne!

Anne!

Anne?


Anne!

Anne!

We have to send a team down there to find them.

There's no time, we have to get out of the blast area soon. Wait, wait!

What do you mean there's no time?

Gas could ignite any second.

Come on, we have to get clear.

Wait, my wife and daughter are in that building!

And you have to get them out!

Listen to me, there's nothing I can do for your wife and daughter without risking other people's lives! Brianna!

Dad! Let me go!

Get off me!

My wife is in that building!

Get off me!


Anne!

Anne!

Oh my god.

Breathe, sweetie, breathe.

Please, breathe.

Breathe.

I'm here, Mommy's here.

Good, keep breathing, just keep breathing.

Good girl.

Okay, come on, can you sit?

You did so good.

You did so good to hide here.

You did so good, you're such a brave girl.

Good girl.

Keep breathing.

Okay.

Okay.

Okay, Anne, we've gotta get out of here, okay, you and me, as fast as we can.

Do you understand?

I'm gonna take this off.

Okay, ready?

Okay, can you stand?

Okay.

Okay, come on, I've got you.

I got you.


No.

Ben! Mom!

Ben!

I'm sorry.

I'm so sorry.

Sorry.

Dad...

Dad...

Yeah?

Brianna...

Brianna!

Come on, come on!

Mom!

I thought we lost you all over again.

Hey!

You know I never stopped loving you, baby.

I'm sorry for every stupid thing I thought and did.

You were right, you were always right.

Could you ever forgive me?

Paul!

Paul! Adria!

He told me to give this to you.


Young love.

Hmm, yeah, but they ain't got nothin' on us.