Dark Web (2017) Script

Hi everyone, here's your homegirl, Nikki.

I'm back to show you this amazing eye tutorial today.

What I like to do is always use my amazing color design palate.

And we're gonna work our way all the way out to the side, make sure you have full coverage, gorge.

Oh my god, do you see how pretty that looks?

Pretty!

Now we're gonna take it to our little stunted brush.

This is what I like to call it because it has shorter bristles here, so it's better for the contouring.

Work it, work, work.

Fabulous, and we're gonna move over to our mascara which is our final touch, and I like to use NYC Sky Rise.

And yeah, we're just gonna get started on our mascara.

And I love to start at the base, and move my way inside.

So we're gonna just start here.


Can you hear me?

All right.

Yeah, it's almost time, she'll be here soon.

Now, you're not gonna show this to anyone, right?

Right?

I mean, it's not like you haven't done it, too.

Now you better remind the musicians that we expect them to be there at 7:30, the dinner start promptly at eight.

Yes, sir.

Oh, be sure and check with the florist too.

Yes, sir.

Now I want you to follow through on every single detail.

It's a very important affair.

I don't want anything to go wrong.

Now don't you worry, just leave everything to me.

She bought herself one of there new evening gowns with a mini skirt.

Oh, how'd she look?

Grotesque

She was seven feet tall.

Well, is there anything else that you want me to take care of?

Oh no, if any emergencies come up, I'm afraid I'm gonna ask you to give up your lunch hour.

That's quite all right, sir, anything to help out sir.

Well, I'm scheduled to pick up Mr. Hellerington at the airport.


I had to.

You knew.


Oh.

Oh yeah.

I'm sorry Claire, but I need the weekend to make my deadline.

I'll take Amy next week.

Look, just tell her I love her and I'll call her later.

Okay, okay, bye.

Hey, Matt, wait a sec.

They left your mail in my box again.

Sorry Henry, I'll call the post office first thing in the morning.

No worries, big storm coming in.

Better stay in tonight.

I got a lot of work ahead of me.

Good night, Henry.

Night.

There's a severe weather advisory for the next 24 hours.

Expect 25 to 30 centimeters overnight with freezing rain to cap the morning commute.

It's gonna be a long cold night with temperatures dropping to minus 18 with the windchill making it a bone-numbing minus 35 degrees.

Folks, this is a nearly unprecedented extreme weather event.

The last winter storm of this magnitude on record was the Great White Crush of 1978.

Will tonight's storm top those numbers?

We'll keep up posted.

So stay in keep warm and get rested, 'cause tomorrow you're gonna have to dig out.

Back to you, Rick.

Thanks Bill, okay, speaking of the Great White Crush, do you remember what you were doing 30 years ago today?

I know I sure do.

I was helping dear old dad.


What?


Hello?

My God, what the fuck?

How're you doing this?

Me?

You're the sick pervert.

Whoa, pervert?

I don't know how this is happening.

I just woke up and there you were.

Maybe it's the storm, the power must've went out.

I guess our signals got crossed.

Did you lose your power too?

Yeah, for a second.

It's okay, relax.

Don't worry, I can't hurt you.


Look, this isn't funny anymore.

I wanna know how you're doing this.

I'm not, I swear.

Look, my name's Matt Reed and I live here at 144 Dunfield Court.

And I'm not spying on you.

Wait, what?

I'm not spying on you.

No, your address, what did you say your address was?

144 Dunfield Court.

Impossible, no.

You live here too, don't you?

Why are you doing this to me?

What's the date?

What?

The date?

February 21.

The year?

1978.

Why?

'Kay, look.

It's gonna sound really crazy, I'm in your apartment right now.

What, you're upstairs?

But not in 1978.

I'm in my, well, I'm in our apartment in the year 2008.

Right.

Okay, then, you're nuts.

Goodbye.

No, no, no, wait, wait, wait.

Don't switch it off.

I can prove it.

I'm listening.

What's your name?

What are you doing?

Recording our conversation.

What's your name?

Justine.

What's your name?

What are you doing?

Recording our conversation.

What's your name?

Justine.

Okay, that was pretty damn cool.

If you're really from the future, then I'm gonna need proof.

Nobody's gonna believe me.

I can hardly believe it myself.

I'm gonna get my camera, back in a minute.

It's in here somewhere.

Found it.

What's that?

It's a computer.

Of course, it's the future.

Well, everything's smaller now-a-days.

I've got to show this to my professor tomorrow.

Wanna see?

So, how did you get the photo?

It was in my mail today.

Yeah, but who sent it to you?

There was no return address.

Maybe you sent it to me.

Why would I do that?

I don't know, to prove this really happened?

Maybe it's the storm.

It's been snowing here for hours.

Here, too.

That's it.

That's probably what's fucked everything up.

I think.

You have no idea what you're talking about, do you?

No, not a clue.

You're a student, aren't you?

Yeah, fourth year law.

Hey, do you wanna know what you're doing in '08?

What do you mean?

I could type your name into a search engine on the internet, and I could tell you what you've done in your life.

The internet?

What's that?

It's way too difficult to explain.

Anyway, you're gonna be a lawyer, right?

I can probably tell you exactly what law firm you're working for right now.

What's your last name?

I don't know if I really wanna know.

Come on, how bad could it be?

All right, Justine Townsend.

Well?

One second, hold on.

See the problem with the net is how big it is, and there's millions of possibilities.

There could be a dozen people with the same name as you.

Maybe you got married and changed your name.

Are you dating anyone now, or engaged?

No, I just got out of a really bad relationship.

Oh, sorry.

That's all right.

I'm gonna get more wine, then I'm gonna go pee.

Oh my god.


Justine!

So what did you find out?

Am I a lawyer?

Am I married?

Justine, you've gotta get outta there!

I'm rich.

There's someone inside your house.

He's gonna kill you!

You have to run for it!

Matt, what's wrong?

Justine, get out of there!

He's in the closet behind you!

Just get out of there!

Get out!

Get out, just go, run!

Oh, fuck!

Fuck!

Justine!

Run, Justine!

Run, just go!

Oh God, Justine, please don't hurt her!

Don't do this!

Just let her go, she didn't do anything to you, leave her alone!

Why are you doing this to her, you sick fuck?

Just let her go!

Oh God, no.

Matt.

No!

Hello, Henry.

How do you know my name?

Where are you?

I guess I haven't aged as gracefully as I thought.

I'm you, Henry Wilkinson.

What the fuck are you talking about?

You're me?

Did you do this?

I didn't believe it myself.

I thought it was crazy, but I had to find out for sure.

That's why I bought this house.

That's why you bought this house.

I'm you, 30 years from now.

I don't know where you are right now, but when I find you, you're dead.

No, wait!

No, no, you gotta hear me out.

I can prove I'm you.

Jenny Harlow, remember her?

Who the fuck are you?

Jenny Harlow lived across the street from me, from you, when we were 12.

We had a crush on her, but she never talked to us.

How do you know this?

Well, 'cause I was there.

I'm you.

I was the one who climbed through the window every night for a week, kill her.

Hiding under her bed, you kill her.

In her closet, kill her.

Remember?

Watching her fall asleep.

Mm, that's right.

And then sneaking out, and caressing her cheek, her bare leg.

She looked so...

So, so peaceful, so beautiful.

Hm, and then that last night, when we got dad's hunting knife and stood over her.

Her leg,

kill her.

Fuck, but I couldn't do it.

I wanted to, but I couldn't do it.

That's right, we didn't give in.

We walked away.

But not anymore.

What do you want from me?

Look, I've thought about tonight for a long time.

This is happening for a reason.

We've got a second chance to do things right.

Don't kill her, Henry.

What?

Leave.

I just watched you.

I watched me kill him.

Him?

Oh, he had to die.

He was a nagging loose end for 30 years.

Anyway, he saw us kill her.

But I'm tired, Henry, the guilt it's too much.

It's too much, I want it to end.

I should have never let it start.

So I just walk away, again?

Remember Jenny?

Well, we did it then.

If you do this, it changes everything forever, and it's a lonely life.

It's too late, old man.

I want this, I want this too much to just leave.

Fine, then you better do as I say because it's a miracle we were never caught after, made quite a mess of the place.

All right, you're the expert.

No, no!

This isn't supposed to be...

...happening!

Don't, no.


Operator, can I help you?

This is the operator, can I help you?

Hello, is there anyone on the line?

I know everyone's been talking about the Great White Crush of '78, but what freaks me out is that it's 30 years to the day of that storm.

Some of you will remember that night, I know I.

Come on, sweetie.

Oh Amy, can you take this in to your mom?

Okay, daddy.

Thanks, honey.

Hi, can I help you?

What's this?

That's me.

Today?

Where did you get this?

Thank you.

Excuse me.

Do we know each other?

No, we don't.


I'm telling you guys, 18 months and we'll be making six figures.

That's rather optimistic, don't you think?

Yeah, look, that's how these startups work.

It's boom or bust.

And I'm telling you, I have a really good feeling about these guys.

They're gonna deliver.

Yeah, well, they better.

I just left a job at Trademill for this.

You left shit.

He's right.

And what do you know?

Startups are the future.

Get rich by 35, and enjoy it when you can, baby.

That's right.

If you say YOLO, I swear to God, I'm gonna punch you in the face.

Time to start making an impression.

Dolla, dolla bills, yo.

Don't.

Ladies and gentlemen, I hope your first few days at Impact Financial has been an exciting experience for you, I truly do.

What we like to do with our new recruits is, we like to have a day of team building.

I know it's Saturday tomorrow, but what I'd like to do is get us out of the city, out into the open air.

So tomorrow's a big day for you, for all of us, really, 'cause we're gonna figure out where our new team stands, and to be blunt, if there are any weak links standing in our way to success.

So we're gonna be active.

All right, we're gonna get outside, wear comfy clothes, wear comfy shoes, this is gonna be a big team-building experience.

No cell phones.

I can't stress that enough.

This is about us.

If I see a cell phone, you will be terminated.

So no partying tonight, get some rest.

We'll see you bright and early, okay.


Team, I hope you're rested and ready to get started.

I wanna thank you in advance for your sacrifice.

Both unfortunately and gratefully, I've learned that in this world things like sympathy and compassion,

they don't buy things like houses, or cars, or boats.

They don't get you women or power.

A wise man had to figure it out, he said, greed is good,

greed is good.

Because if being poor made us happy well, then we'd all be poor.

Gordon Gekko had it right, Jesus had it wrong.

I apologize about the misleading nature of this trip, but well, we had to get you out here.

The large financial company that we work for needs to find out who has what it takes to get to the top, instinct to do what's best for the company, no matter the human cost.

We need sharks.

I'm sorry, I'm not following.

In one minute, I'm gonna ask you to turn and face that direction, and then you are going to run.

And I hope you run fast because we are going to find you, catch you, and kill you.

You'll have a 20 minute head start.

I don't understand the point of this game.

It's not.

What?

It's not a game.

Any other questions?

Um, this is kinda weirding me out.

I'm not sure I'm okay with this, I'm just gonna sit it out.

This isn't like getting picked last in gym class, sweetheart.

There is no sitting out.

You have 15 seconds to realize that you're about to be fucking hunted.

Oh my God!

What the fuck are you doing, man?

Help him, he's dying!

I shot him straight through the heart, he's already dead.

Jesus Christ.

Your time is up.

Run.

Run!

What the fuck, man.

What a waste.

I had my eye on that guy.

Calm down, they needed a reason to run, I gave them one.

Besides, he wouldn't have lasted an hour out there.

There's plenty for everybody.

Plus, this needs to be an actual challenge, so shut the fuck up.

We leave in 20 minutes.

Oh my god, oh my god.

Oh my god.

What the fuck is happening?

We need to keep running.

I can't, they're not gonna hurt me, I can't.

Sophie, they just shot Johnny in the goddamn chest.

He's dead, they're going to kill us.

We need to move now.

Fuck.

I don't, I don't see them coming.

Which way are we gonna go?

I don't know.

Do you remember any houses on the way?

Um, I don't remember.

Oh my god.

Let's follow the trees.

There has to be a farmhouse close.

All right.

I think I remember one on the north side about a block of our final turn.

All right, all right, all right.

Help me.

All right, all right, let's go.

Come on Sophie.

Let's go.

Come on, let's go.

Hey, you got it.

Come on!

I can't, I can't.

Fine, leave her.

Sophie!

I'm going.

Soph, Sophie, Sophie, you need to move now.

They're not gonna hurt me.

They can't.

They didn't see us.

Sorry.

Leave, they're not gonna hurt me.

I have to go.


What is she doing?

Why is she just laying there?

I don't know.

You think it's a trap?

They're not smart enough for that.

I don't understand why she isn't running.

You know what it reminds me of?

It's like those people in World War II that just waited in line to get shot or hung.

They didn't run, they didn't fight for their lives.

They just gave up.

It's fucking weird, man.

Right.

Hey Chip, I found one.

The blond girl.

We're at the tree line, northwest corridor.


You need to focus.

Remember the four core P's, power.

Passion.

Perseverance.

Payday.

Good, now do it.

Do it.

We gamble with peoples lives every day, their retirement, their future, for the greater good.

You can't look at her and see a face, or see a story.

She's just someone you don't know.

Just a name!

And if you can't put your life and your future ahead of her,

well then, this business isn't for you.

Now do it!


We still have time.

Alex this one's yours.


Marcus.

Marcus.


Well, she's in one of these buildings.

Set up a perimeter.

It'll be dark soon.


Guys, guys, I found her!


Welcome to the team.

The bosses will be pleased.

You start on Monday, 300K.

Wyatt'll have your welcome packet and all the details on the ride back.

It's okay, cleanup crew's coming, you can drop it.

Good girl.

Way to go, kiddo.

I guess you just have to wait.

All righty, wish me luck.

Is here okay?

Yeah.

Okay, did you wanna a drink?

I want what you want.

It's $200, they told you that, right?

Um, uh, yeah, I suppose.

Do you wanna get to it or?

Sorry, still new at this.

That's all right.

That's cool, that's cool.

Um, so, do you want a drink or no drink or...

Yes, yes, drink.

Okay, great, okay.

There you go.

Thanks.

Please, sit down.

Thank you.

Excuse me, I'm a, I'm just gonna get something.

What?

Protection.

Oh, right.

Good.

Is that on?

The webcam, is it on?

No, he's not, he's not the problem.

There just isn't a lot of, you know, acting jobs going on at the moment.

No, I, okay, listen, I'm not, I'm not gonna ask my engineer brother for acting advice, okay?

Uh, listen, it's getting really late, so I'm just gonna go to bed.

Yeah, I love you, too.

Hmm.


Help, help me!

Help, hello!

Please, help me, get me out of here!


No, no, wait, come!

Come back.


Who's there?

What the fuck do you want, huh?

You sick fuck.


No.

Don't, get, off me, get off!

What do you want from, get off!

Get away from me!

No, no, no, no, no, no, no.

No, no, let me go, let me go.

No, no, no, no, no,

No, no, no, no, no, no, no!


Why?

What do you want from me?

I can hear the camera, you know.

I know you can hear me.

I know you can see me.

So what do you want from me, huh?

What the fuck do you want, you fucking perv?

Huh?

You can not keep me here forever!

You can not keep me here forever!


I can do it myself.

No!

Please.

Please.


One, two,

three, what do I do?

Four, what do I do.

Five, what do they want from me?

Six, what do they want from me?

What do you want from me?

Seven, eight, what do you want from me?

What did, nine, 10, 11,

12, 13, 14, 15, get me out, 16, get me the fuck out of here, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25.


It is over!

Lillian Rouge has endured three months in The Viewing Room.

How do you feel, Lillian?

You have made it through.

You are only minutes away from finding out whether you've won $200,000.

How does that make you feel?

Uh, uh, uh, well, it looks like Lillian's a bit caught up for words right now.

Let's take a look back at how this all started.

This week on Snare, aspiring actress and bakehouse employee, Lillian Rouge is thrown in The Viewing Room for her shot at $200,000.

I nominated Lillian for Snare because she has a great personality.

And now the world will get to know her as I do.

Plus, an extra $200,000 couldn't hurt.

Lillian won our hearts from the very beginning with #BiteThatFinger trending worldwide.

She made us laugh and

she made us cry.

Voting is closed.

I have the results here on this piece of paper.

You have voted.

Is Lillian worth it?

Does she win $200,000?

The answer is,

ladies and gentlemen, yes, Lillian wins with an approval rating of 87%!

Lillian has won all our hearts.

She has now been given a check for $200,000!

Congratulations, Lillian.

May all your dreams come true.

Thank you once again for watching Snare.


Oh shit, yeah, right.


Holy shit.

Holy shit.

I did it!

We did it!

We fucking did it!

Fuck you guys.

What do you take me for, fucking idiot?


Do you want that?

Do you?