La posesion de Emma Evans (2010) Script

I can do it.

Go away. Hey.

No, you-- leave me alone.

Come on, come on, come on.

Get off!

I'm going to do it. I'm going to it.

Gonna do, do, do it.

You're just cheating now.

No, I'm not. I can win this.

Not you. You're a loser.

Ugh.

Goal!

Goal!

Yes!

How about it?

Shall we play another game?

I'm sick of you and your childish games.

You're just scared of losing.

Come on.

No.

I'll just play by myself.

"! Looking back on days "!

"! And speaking up for more "!

"! 'Cause lights go down as people get wiser "!

"! Just remember "!

"! In the nighttime "!

"! It's the right time "!

"! As the ceiling hits the floor "!

"! It's the season "!

"! I got no reasons "!

"! Are you feeling insecure? "!


Uh-huh.

Yeah.

Well, look, I'm just getting through the door.

So, yeah, if you just give me five minutes, I can email it to you.

Okay.

Yeah, okay. Bye.

Hi, love.

Hey.

Finish the article?

More or less.

And you? So-so.

We still need more tests for the new drug.

More tests?

Poor little guinea pigs.

Done your homework, you two?

Yes. Mm.

How's the hand? Does it still hurt?

Are we still sulking?

What's the problem?

It's because of that concert she wants to go to in London.

Emma, I've already told you once.

That evening, I have to stay late at the lab, and your father has a meeting at the magazine.

We need you to take care of Mark.

Again? Yes, again.

I can take care myself.

That's enough of that, thank you.

Besides, you're still too young to be going to concerts.

Alex and Rose are going, and they're nearly the same age as me.

Two years older is not "nearly the same age."

You know, instead of thinking about going out so much, you should try studying a bit more.

I don't care what your cousins are up to.

I know what's best for you, okay?

But, Dad...

You know what, you never let me do what I want!

Yes! Got it! Please stop playing with that game?

Emma, stop shouting.

You know, if you want something just say.

Stop bawling like a five-year-old.

I thought their heads had dropped and they'd conceded, but they've come back strongly.

Penalized for that challenge.

Emma!

Emma.

Lucy!

I don't know what's happening.

Call an ambulance.

Come on, quick!

Um, yeah. I need an ambulance.

My daughter, she's having a fit or something.

Yeah.

Emma Evans.

EXORCISMUS


Mum.

Have you and Dad had a chat yet about what we said about secondary school?

Yes.

And?

We both think it's still too soon.

Probably next year.

But for the moment, the important thing is that you get better.

Okay?

Hey.

How's my favorite sister?

Mm.

So...any news?

No. John's talking to the doctor now.

Oh, here's Dad now.

Hi, Chris.

Well, it's good news.

All the tests have turned out negative.

Hmm?

And?

I find this incredible, but they don't seem to have the slightest idea what caused the attack.

So what are we supposed to do? Nothing.

Just wait and hope it doesn't happen again.

And how are you feeling, Em?

Emma.

I'm fine.

Don't worry.

God won't let anything bad happen to you.

I'm going to get another drink.

Chris.

I know Emma's been to see you several times this year, hasn't she? Yeah, she helps me out in the canteen.

Why?

Has she ever said that she was depressed about anything?

She's a teenager.

She just wants to go to school like everyone else.

But...you know that.

Lucy, maybe we're making a big mistake.

What do you mean?

It's only natural that Emma wants to be with kids her own age.

Oh, John, we've talked about this over and over again.

You know the statistics as well as I do.

Kids who study at home start college much better.

Emma isn't a statistic, Lucy.

She's our daughter.

And she is just--she's just not happy at the moment.

When she's older, she'll thank us for everything we're doing for her.

You'll see.

Drive safely, darling.

Do you hear me?

Yes, Mum. Don't worry.

Hi.

Hey.

How'd you get on at the doctor's?

Fine. It was nothing in the end.

Great. That's good news. Hi, Emma.

Hi, Auntie.

You missed one hell of a gig, Emma.

So shit they wouldn't let you come.

Your parents just need to chill out.

Are you okay?

Sorry.

My mum's crazy.

She treats me as if I'm the same age as my spoilt brother.

Well, you two, I'm off.

When I finish my exams, we'll have another party.

Take care, yeah? All right.

You be nice to Mum.

Yeah. See you in a bit.

Emma, what are you doing out here?

They're waiting for you inside.

Come on. Okay, yeah. Okay.

Okay.

Can I have your French homework, please?

Oui, professeur.

Oui professeur.

Fine, Mark.

Emma.

Why isn't it finished?

Emma, you can't keep using the excuse of your hand--

I have to go to the bathroom.


Sis?

Haven't you been taught to knock?

The door was open.

It's my fault, then, I suppose.

Well, what is it now?

You were writing on the mirror, and your eyes were...

It freaked me out.

Oh, get lost, you creep.

Happy birthday, cous.

I have a little prezzie for ya.

Enjoy.


Emma?

Yeah?

I need to talk to you.

Can you come down to my study for a minute?

Yeah, I'm coming.

Emma.

What's wrong?

What?

If I tell you, you have to promise you won't tell Alex.

Yeah.

My parents are taking me to see a psychologist.

Is that all?

Emma, loads of kids at my school see psychologists.

It's fine.

But the thing is, the guy that they're sending me to see is, like, a freak.

Why?

He hypnotizes people.

What if I tell him about all the dodgy stuff I get up to, and I don't even realize it, like?

Look, we can easily find a solution for that, if you want.

All right, well, I'm just going to dim the lights a little bit.

There.

That's much better.

Good.

Now we can start.

Now, if there's anything that you don't want to talk about, you're under no obligation to do so.

What I want is that you feel relaxed.

All right.

Your parents tell me that they teach you at home but that you would really rather go to the secondary school with teenagers your own age.

Is that right?

Yeah, that's right.

Are you comfortable?

Yeah.

Your hand-- does it hurt?

Not anymore.

Exactly what happened?

I slipped in the bathroom and knocked over the mirror and cut my-- cut myself with it.

Emma?

Emma, are you okay?

Yeah.

Sorry.

Good.

Now, what I want you to do is to concentrate on my finger.

Okay?

Concentrate.

Look at my finger.

Look at it.

That's it.

Start relaxing.

Your heartbeat slows down.

And it's slowing down.

That's good.

Your arms are heavy.

Your eyelids are heavy.

Your heart is slowing.

Good.

Your arms are heavy.

You need to sleep.

Good.

Would you say that you are happy, Emma?

Have you ever taken drugs, Emma?

Have you had sex yet, Emma?

Do you do everything your told, Emma?

Emma?

Emma?

Emma, wake up. Emma's not going to wake up.


How are you doing?

What happened today, it wasn't your fault.

You know that, don't you?

If you want to talk about it... or anything...


But, Emma, your voice.

The guy had a heart attack because of what you said.

You went straight for the jugular with him.

I was under hypnosis.

I--I don't remember anything.

Anything?

Oh, Emma.

Good.

Would you say that you are happy, Emma?

Have you ever taken drugs, Emma?

I have no idea what I did.

And what, you think I can kill someone just by talking to them, even with that voice?

What, so it's just a coincidence, then?

Is that right?

Mm-hmm. Yeah, that's right.

Oh!

What are you doing?

Oh. What are you doing?

I think I pressed the wrong button.

Emma, you've deleted it!

What have you done that for?

I'm sorry. I didn't mean to.

For God's sake.

Emma, what are you doing?

I said I'm sorry, Rose.

I've got class.

I'll talk to you later.

Do you want to try?

No. I'm okay, here.

Dad, what's wrong with Emma?

Nothing. She's fine now.

She's acting weird.

You wait till you're a teenager.

You'll be just as bad.

No. I won't be like that.

Well, we'll see, won't we?


Emma.

What happened, sweetheart?

It's fine.

Emma, Emma. Everything's fine.

It's fine. It's fine. It's fine.

Everything's fine. Okay?

It's fine.

Everything's okay.

Everything's fine.

Hi, Emma. It's Christopher.

Listen. Your dad called.

Seems he and your mum are really worried.

Are you okay?

Look, there's nothing wrong with me, all right?

Okay.

But if you do want to talk about it, anything at all, just call me, okay?

Anytime.

Yeah, okay.

Bye, Uncle.

Bye.

Creator of Heaven and Earth and Jesus Christ.

Father Taylor. Stop this now!

This has gone far enough.

Do not allow...

No vuelva a acercarse a ella.

The decision has been taken.

Emma, your breakfast is ready.

Mum, it's just that the other day, when I saw Uncle, I...

I remembered what had happened.

Hasn't he ever spoken to you about it?

No, not much.

I've only heard him say that he misses being able to say Mass.

Yeah, he went through a really bad time.

Do you think that girl was really possessed?

The Devil doesn't exist, Emma.

The girl was very ill.

That's all.

So it was all his fault, then, that she died?

-No, I didn't say that.

In his way, Christopher did everything he could to help her.

Mark, are you going to be long?

I need to come in.

I'm in the bath, and I haven't finished yet.

Just let me in for a second to get something.

Wait until I say so.

Okay.

Let's see how ticklish you still are.

No, no, no, no.

What's wrong?

No.

Don't do that to me! You know I don't like it!


I'm sorry.

No! Go away!


Hi, darling.

Are you okay?

Hey.

What's wrong?

Oh, darling, what's the matter?

-Emma?

Emma, are you there?

The number you have reached is currently unavailable.

Please try later.

Miriam, what can I get for you?

A bit of everything?

How are you, Rufus?


Hey. I believe you.

Or at least I believe you believe it all to be true.

Look, Emma.

Carrying out an exorcism is a very serious business.

To start with, I'd need the permission of my diocese.

And even if I asked them, they'd probably refuse.


The communion of our saints.

Forgiven us of sins.

The resurrection of the body and life everlasting.

Is that because of what happened to that girl?

You just don't want to help me.

No, no.

I do. It's just...

All right.

You have to trust me.

Okay?

Here.

Take it.

Ugh.

All right.

It's all right.

It's all over now.

It's all over.

Are you okay?

Now do you believe me?

Yes.

Do your mum and dad know you're here?

No.

Look.

Because of your age, I can't help you without their consent.

But if you tell my mum, she won't let me do anything!

You know that.

Yeah.

I'm not lying.

It was the night of my birthday party.

We played on the Ouija board.

We wanted to invoke the Devil.

What did you want to do that for?

I don't know.

But the important thing is, something evil entered me that night.

I'm just...

I'm just frightened it's gonna force me to...

To what?

To harm myself.

Or Mark or you both.

No, I'm sorry, but I don't believe it.

I can't accept it.

But, Mum... Your mother's right, Emma.

It doesn't make sense.

We are looking for another psychologist to treat you.

That's what you need, not a priest.

Oh, and there's something else we've been thinking too.

We would prefer you to carry on studying at home, but, if you like, then next year, you can go to the same high school as Rose.

So aren't you pleased?

Yeah.

I'm just tired.


Oh, Spirit, if you are there, give us a sign!

Fuck.

Are you moving it?

You prick.

Ooh, I am the Devil.

That was funny.

We have to take Emma to the hospital again.

What we should do is call Christopher.

No way.

He's the one who put all this into her head in the first place.

I shouldn't have let Emma go and see him so often.

What we believe is irrelevant.

What's important is that Emma believes it.

Just listen to me for a second, will you?

You've said it yourself: placebos work because the patients believe in them.

Well, getting Christopher in to do an exorcism just might be the placebo that Emma needs.

What the hell are you talking about?

You know full well it's not the same thing.

Look, we have to do something.

-I'm too tired for this.

Good night.

Shit.

Listen. I think your parents are right.

Emma, evil spirits only exist in films.

You're just scared. That's your problem.

No, I'm not.

For God's sake.

What then?

You think I'm mad too, do you?

No.

I think that your uncle the priest has been putting these crazy ideas into your head.

Emma, Catholics really get off on all that Satan crap.

It's your dad's fault for marrying one.

Ugh. My mum doesn't even believe in God.

Mm.

Well, all of her family are Catholic, so she's got it in her blood.

So have you.

Oh, look. It's going to be fine.

Emma, you're gonna be fine.

Look, don't be silly.

It's fine.

Okay?

Don't be silly.


I knew you were a dyke.

No, I'm not. Oh, yes, you are!

You're just a dirty little bitch, a dirty little dyke!

You're a cow!

Rose, what happened?

Rose, what happened?

No! Fuck off!

Please, Rose, please.

I didn't mean to. Please.

No, don't fucking touch me!

Ow.

Oh, my God, Emma.

I'm so sorry, Emma.

Emma, you're bleeding.

Emma, I'm so sorry.

Get away! Rose, go!

Rose, go! Go!

Emma, I'm so sorry!

Hi, Alex!

Hey, I've been talking to Rose, and she told me that you had a row.

What about?

Didn't she tell you why?

No, not at all.

She won't say a damned thing about it!

Come on. What's it all about?

Uh, it's nothing.

It's a stupid thing.

It's not important.

Look, I finish my exams in a couple of days.

Let's meet up and talk about it, yeah?

Yeah.

Can you get a move on with those carrots?

Mmm.

This is going to be yummy.

How long has it been since we last cooked together?

Hmm?

You loved to help me out when you were a kid.

Making cookies was your favorite thing.

You used to eat half of them before they'd cool down.

I thought you were playing football.

No. Dad told me to come in here, or I'd catch a cold.

Oh. Well, go on, get the dishes, then.

Well, if you'd rather do the cooking, I'll make the table.

Bowls or plates?

Plates.


Mum! Mum!

God! Emma!

Oh, my God!

Oh, my God.

Oh, God.

What's the matter?

Stop it, Emma. Stop it.

Stop it.

What's going on in--

I don't know. I don't know.

Hold her by the ankles.

Watch she doesn't kick out!


Sweetheart.

It's all right. It's all right.

You're okay.

You're all right.

Everything's fine.

Everything's gonna be okay.

All right?

Chris, it's John.

I'm calling because-- could you come over to the house when you can?

It's about Emma.

You.

You have to help us, Chris.

I have a couple of ground rules.

Firstly, I'll need to stay here until Emma is well again.

If something happens, I don't want to be two hour's drive away.

Mark's room's free.

You can sleep there.

We've sent Mark to your Auntie Sarah's.

And we're going to give the classes a rest for a while.

All right?

Second rule: no questions.

I'll only tell you what I think you need to know.

And of course you can't take part in the exorcism sessions.

The Devil is a very good liar.

My faith may help me to distinguish between the truth and lies, but without faith, it's too dangerous.

And no one must know I'm here, not even your sister Sarah.

Emma, have you talked to Alex or to Rosie about what's happening to you?

No.

Good.

Let's keep it like that.

You can go to bed now if you like.

We'll start first thing in the morning.

Best if you're not tired.

Good night.

Oh, there is one more thing.

I'd like to record everything that happens in the exorcism sessions.

If the diocese gets wind of what I'm doing, I want them to know that I had a good reason for disobeying them.

I think that's a good thing.

All right.

That's it, then.

We start tomorrow.

Are you sure this is what you want, Lucy?

Don't worry.

God never abandons anyone to evil.


Everything's ready.


There's nothing to be scared of.

You probably won't remember any of it afterwards.

Please, sit down.


Don't worry.

This is just so that you can't harm yourself.


Put your foot down.

Holy water.

The circle is to prevent the Demon from using you to harm anyone outside it.

Of course, if I'd been able to get the support of the archdiocese, we'd be doing this on holy ground, which is where the Devil is at his weakest.

But don't worry.

This circle should hold him.

Uncle.

In nomine lesus, exorcizo te.

In nomine lesus, dice nomen tuum.

In nomine lesu, si es hic, manifesta te.

In nomine lesus, exorcizo te.

In nomine lesus, dice nomen tuum.

In nomine lesu, si es hic, manifesta te.

In nomine lesus, exorcizo te.

In nomine lesus, dice nomen tuum.

In nomine lesu, si es hic, manifesta te.

In nomine lesus, exorcizo te.

In nomine lesus, dice nomen tuum.

In nomine lesu, si es hic, manifesta te.

In nomine lesus, exorcizo te.

In nomine lesus, dice nomen tuum.

In nomine lesu, si es hic, manifesta te.

Away from me, ye wicked.

I will keep the commandments of my God.

Hold thou me up, and I shall be safe.

Yea, my delight shall be ever in thy statutes, for they imagine but deceit.

In the name of the Father, in the name of the Son, in the name of the Holy Spirit.

Amen.


How do you feel?

I can't remember anything.

But I'm just really tired, and my whole body hurts.

Don't know.

What happened?

That's between the two of us... and God.

Bu-- this is all absurd.

I mean, there must be a non-theological reasoning.

I've heard priests say that the Devil is only a metaphor for evil and not something real.

Unfortunately, the Devil doesn't need bishops to believe in him in order to exist.

And in Jesus Christ--

Father Taylor, Stop this now!

Ana.

Dime algo.

We are taking Ana away.

This has gone far enough.

Please.

The decision has been taken.

Sofia, es demasiado pronto.

Por favor, no se la lleve.

Piense en su hija.

No vuelva a acercarse a ella.

Padre, no deje que me lleven.

Padre.

Oh, Lord, please help this innocent girl.

Do not allow a victory for them.


Do you think I'm going to die too, like...that girl?

Ana wouldn't have died if they had allowed me to finish what I started.

Okay?

Uncle, There's one thing that I haven't told you, and I think it's probably important.

But you have to promise that you won't tell my parents.

Of course.

Get to your room!


In nomine lesus, dice nomen tuum.

In nomine lesu, si es hic, manifesta te.


How long do you think you'll be?

Great.

Yeah, all right.

Yeah, I'm fine.

Look, uh, I'll see you in a few minutes.

Okay. Bye.


Dad! Dad!

Dad!

No one is listening to you!

John, no.

It really hurts, Dad.

Can you ask him to untie me?

This is madness.

Listen to me.

You heard her.

For pity's sake, you're hurting her!

You don't understand. That's not Emma talking!

Get off me!

Thank you, Daddy.

You're so helpful sometimes.

Do you love me, Daddy?

Dad?

Do you love me?

Tell me you love me.

I love you. Release him.

I command you: release him immediately!

Oh, You bastard!

Release him immediately.

Fucking priest!


You understand now why I told you to stay out?

That thing inside Emma is a supremely skilled manipulator.

You must never trust him.

Ever.

I can show you the videos I've recorded.

No.

It's no longer necessary.

Look, it's best that Emma never knows what happened today.

Okay?

Yeah.

And if you still don't trust me, I can put you in touch with another priest.

No.

I'm sorry I didn't believe you earlier.

Please help her, Christopher.

Help her.


Alex.

Hey. You here already?

Hi, John.

Have you seen Emma?

No.

Isn't she in her room?

No. I've looked everywhere.

She's not here.

Well, do you have any idea of where she might have gone?

And you're sure you can't remember what you said to Rose?

No. When I go like...that, I never remember anything.

What I don't understand is how your parents can believe all that crap.

It isn't crap.

Oh, whatever, Emma.

But things can't carry on like this.

The first thing to do is for you to come home with me.

I'm sure my mum will think of something.

No, Alex; my uncle told me not to talk about it to anyone, and he found out.

Your uncle is a religious fanatic.

After what happened to that girl, fuck, your parents should never have let him step foot inside your house.

Oh, you don't understand.

If you tell your mum, they'll put me in an asylum.

I'm not mad, Alex.

For God's sake, Emma, you're only 15!

You don't realize it, but your uncle's brainwashed you.

That's what's happened.

That's what Rose says too.

And just because I'm 15 doesn't mean I'm an idiot.

I didn't say that.

And anyway, you didn't seem to care that I was only 15 when you got with me.

What?

The night of my birthday.

Don't you remember?

No, I don't.

I was tripping.

I don't remember a damn thing.


Aah!

Alex!

What the fuck?

Alex?

Alex.

A-a-alex.

Alex.

Alex.

Alex!

Alex! Please!

Alex, please wake up!

Alex! Alex!

Alex.

Alex?

Alex.


I caused the accident.

And the cockroaches weren't even there.

You weren't to know that.

Either way, it wasn't an accident.

The Devil feeds off pain.

That's how he gets his strength.

And he especially enjoys hurting the people you love the most.

He used you.

Look.

You can't tell anyone else what's happening with you, okay?

And you must make sure you're never alone with anyone who's important to you.

How is Alex?

Better.

No spinal injuries, but it will take him several weeks before he can walk again.

Have you had a chance to speak to him?

He's under sedation at the moment.

And what about you?

You all right?

Do you want to see Alex?

Let's go home, Mum. Yeah.

Darling, I've got to stay with Mark tonight at Auntie Sarah's, but I'll come and see you tomorrow morning.

Okay?

I'm not hungry.

You have to eat.

We need you to be strong.

Don't worry, Father.

I'm not going to starve to death.

I'm not like that other girl.

Padre, no deje que me lleven.

Padre.

Silence, Demon.

Take it easy, Father.

We're together forever.

John.

Are you sure Mark's your son?

You did everything you could to make sure Lucy didn't get pregnant again, and yet...

Do you remember Steve?

Lucy's colleague, who was so good-looking?

You all right?

What happened?

Nothing. Nothing happened.

I'm gonna go to my room.


It's the first time that...this thing has shown itself outside the room, right?

It's getting stronger, isn't it?

I'm going to bring somebody else in.

I've been overconfident.

I can't do it alone.

Who are you going to call in?

Father Ennis.

He's my old mentor.

He's in Rome, though, so it'll be a few days before he can get here.

By the way, I've already told Emma, but it's important that you and Lucie should know this too.

You must make sure that Emma is never alone with anyone.

And another thing.

You must forget everything you heard just now.

But what she said--

The Devil always lies.

Always.

You can't allow him to use you for his purposes.

Well, I say good night, then.

Good night.

Leave me alone. Please, please.

Lucy, please.

You think it's been easy to say that?

You're accusing me of having an affair.

How am I supposed to react to that?

Look, please, just believe me.

It's not easy to say, but it's something that was said the other day by Emma.

Yeah, but she's not very well at the moment.

But if I didn't say something, then I'd be thinking about this.

That he's not your son.

How can you even think that such a thing could be true?

I'm not gonna take any kind of tests.


Hi.

Hi. How are you?

Is Auntie looking after you all right?

Yes.

That ball's mine.

Can I have it back?

And what will I get in exchange?

A kiss?

If I'm not getting anything in return, I think I might keep it.

That ball's mine.

Dad gave it to me.

Get lost!

I'm going to tell Auntie.

Catch!

You're stupid!

Mark. Where are you going?

Come back.

I'm sorry. I'm sorry.


Hi.

Rose.

I...

Let's go, Mum.

It's all my fault.

I killed him.

Can I tell my mom the truth?

It's too late for the truth.

It wasn't your fault.

I should just kill myself.

That's what I should do.

Hey.

Apart from anything else, you'd be condemning your soul to Hell.

That's a victory for the Devil.

You can't let Mark's death have been for nothing.

Come.


Mum, are you there?

I need to tell you something that-- that I should have told you before.

It's all my fault, Mum.

All of it.

One day, I went to visit Uncle in the canteen, and...

I told him that I had played on the Ouija board.

Why did you want to do that?

I don't know.

I thought he'd get angry.

He just laughed instead and said that invoking the devil wasn't as easy as it seemed and that playing with the Ouija board just--just wasn't enough.

I thought that's what you do, though, with the Ouija board, because it's supposed to invoked spirits, yeah?

Well, spirits but not the Devil.

I mean, in order to invoke the devil, you need to make a blood sacrifice.

Sacrifice?

Their own blood?

I'll show you.

Uncle Chris knows a lot about it.

He has loads of stuff about the Devil in his flat.

He showed me how the girl who died did it.

Ana invoked the Devil using this pentagram.

She drew it with her own blood.

I pretended not to be interested, but I memorized it.

I memorized it all.

The night of my birthday, I played on it again.

Oh, spirit, if you are there, give us a sign.

Uncle was right.

It was a waste of time.

But that night, when I came home, you were waiting up for me.

Where the hell have you been?

Do you realize what time it is?

You realized I was drunk, and you shouted at me.

You find it funny?

You will not leave your room for the next month.

You will stay in, you will study, and there will be no allowance, no friends, nothing.

I...hate you so much.

Aah.

Get to bed!

Get to bed now!

Mum...

I've never been so angry.

I got really, really angry.

What happened after that, well, it wasn't an accident.

I didn't slip in the bathroom.

I did it on purpose.

I cut myself because-- because I wanted to.


I started to draw the pentagram.

And just--just like that girl did.

And it worked.

And I felt that something took over my body.

He--he asked me what I wanted.

I want to be free.

I want to be free.

I told him I wanted to be free, especially free from my family.

But I didn't know it would be like this, Mum.

I didn't even believe in-- the Devil existed.

I'm so sorry.

Mum, say something.

Mum, please say something.

Say anything. Just please say something.

Please.


Mum.

What are you doing?

Mum, what are you doing?

Mum!

Mum! What are you doing?

Mum!

What are you doing?

Mum.

Please stop. What are you doing?

Mum, please.

What's wrong?

Mum, look at me, please.

What's wrong?

Mum.

Mum!

Where are you going?

I'm so sorry.

I'm so sorry.

Please forgive me.

Please forgive me!

Mum. Mum.

Mum, no!

Mum, no!

Mum!

Mum, Mum, you're all right.

You're all right. You're okay.

Can you hear me sweetheart?

Sarah's coming to the hospital with you.

I'll come as soon as I can, all right?


Father Ennis.

It--it's Christopher.

Did you get my message?

Please. You must come.

It's very--

I beg your pardon. Monsignor.

I forgot.

Good morning.

I'm going back to the hospital, take some things to Mum.

How is she?

She's resting.

Can I come with you?

No. It's better you don't.

Christopher will be down soon.

If anything happens, he'll-- he'll take you to the hospital.

I'll see you later.

Hi, Chris.

I'm going to the hospital to take some things for Lucy.

How are you doing?

Well, tired, but I'll be all right.

Give her my love. Okay, will do.

I'll see you later.

Hi.

How are you doing?

Emma, your mum's gonna be fine, you know?

God won't...

Let anything bad happen to her, I know.

You told me the same in the hospital.

I'm not going to carry on doing the exorcisms.

Emma.

If it hasn't worked so far, what makes you think that it'll work now, like?

I can't do any more.

Emma, please.

Uh-uh.

I'm going to ask my dad to put me in a psychiatric hospital or something.

You're not mad, sweetheart.

No?

I see insects that aren't really there.

I hear voices in my head, and I kind of caused everything that has happened.

If you'd seen what I've seen...

Well maybe that's it, because I haven't seen anything.

I want to see the tapes.

All of them.

No, I can't.

It'd be too painful for you.

In that case, forget it.

Listen to me, please.

I've asked another priest for help.

He'll be here in a couple of days, and between the two of us, we will be able to help you.

I don't care.

Emma, think of your mum and dad.

You can't give up.

Are you going to show me those tapes?

No.


Sorry about earlier.

I didn't mean to be rude or offensive.

Don't worry about it.

I'm going to my room.


Everlasting God.

I don't understand you, priest!

Silence!

Be quiet, or I swear--

You'll do what?

You're not doing anything to let me leave this body.

What do you want exactly, little priestling?

What is your little game?

Don't tell me you don't find me attractive.

Hold your tongue!

Uncle.

Why did you do that?

Oh, Emma, are you okay, sweetheart?

You're okay.

In the name of the Son, in the name of...

Dad! Dad! Dad!

No one is listening to you!

John.

Daddy?

Do you love me daddy?

I love you.

You bastard, fucking priest!

Thy Kingdom come, thy will be done, on Earth as it is in Heaven.

Thanks to you, I've gotten stronger and stronger.

Not into temptation, but deliver us from evil, for thine is the kingdom, the power, and the glory.

Amen.

At last.

I've caught you.

Don't worry.

God won't let anything bad happen to you.

Ana wouldn't have died if they'd allowed me to finish what I started.

You can't let Mark's death have been for nothing.

I memorized it.

I memorized it all.

I mean, in order to invoke the Devil, you need to make a blood sacrifice.


Hey.

Look, I know this has been really hard on you, but we can't allow him to prevail.

We must keep on fighting.

You've never fought him.

You have never tried to get the Demon to go away.

Don't be silly.

I've seen the tapes.

No. Look.

Look, you can't possibly understand what's happening on those tapes.

I'm not stupid!

Okay?

You knew if I did what you explained that the invocation would work.

You told me all about it even so:

No, no, that's not true.

You made that decision by yourself, Emma.

This whole thing is a lousy trap!

You're mad, and that's all.

You're stark raving mad.

No. Emma...

Emma.

Leave me alone.

I didn't trap you.

Don't you touch me.

You have to understand.

All I wanted was that what happened to Ana-- what's happening to you now-- never happens to anyone else.

You've completely destroyed me and my family.

That's what you've done!

That's what you--Fuck!

No one has ever proved the existence of the Devil.

You and I have done this together.

No.

And I've got him on tape.

Now the truth will be known... by everyone.

But why did you take such a long time?

And--and why did you have to put me through th--

I needed the Devil to grow stronger so that I could--

I--I'm so sorry, Emma.

I had no choice.

He's too strong in you now for me to conquer single-handed.

But when Ennis arrives, it will all end.

I promise you.

I promise you.

Now... give me the tapes.

Mark d-- Mark died because of you.

Because of you.

Mark--Mark died be--

Marked died because of-- because of you!

My brother died because of you.

I will always regret that I was unable to save him.

But I promise you, he will be remembered as a martyr.

I'm going to tell everyone.

No. No, Emma. No, Emma.

You sick freak!

I fucking hate you!

Don't you understand? This is bigger than all of us.

Emma, stop it, please. Bitch!

Now listen. Give me, give me--

No!

Emma, Emma, I'm sorry.

Emma, no! Stop! I'm sorry.

I said stop!

I'm sorry, Emma, but you know I can't allow you to destroy the truth.

Where are they?

Give them to me.

You're pathetic, priest.

Do you know something?

Your plan was ridiculous.

What do you think?

That Ennis and his friends in Rome don't know the truth already?

Your tapes won't help you at all.

I could have destroyed them if I had wanted to.

Why do you think I didn't do so?

You're naive, priest.

You've destroyed the lives of your family for nothing.

You're lying.

No!

Behold the cross of the Lord.

I exorcize thee, most vile spirit, the very incarnation of our enemy.

Emerge and flee from this creature of God.

He Himself commands you, He who commands the seas, and the winds, and the storms.

Hear me and be afraid, oh, Satan, enemy of the faith.

Abandon the body of this innocent child.

I command thee.

In the name of Christ, depart.

Depart!

Depart!

God, the Father, commands thee.

God, the Holy Ghost, commands thee.

God, the Son, commands thee.

God, the Holy Ghost, commands thee.

Don't be silly, priest.

Christ, God's word made flesh, commands thee.

Shh. Calm down.

Calm down.

Almost finished.

You've done a very good job, little priest.

Very good job indeed.

What's that mean?

Without you, I could have never managed it.

So much pain.

The Evanses turned out to be a wonderful feast.

No!

God, who so loved the world that He gave up his only son for those who believe in Him...

Christopher. What the hell are you doing?

Commands thee!

Abandon the body of this earthen child.

No! It's not your daughter.

Bastard priest!

I'll kill you!

If you go near my daughter again, I'll kill you, you hear?

Kill you!

Almost finished.


Dad.

Dad. Dad!

No, dad!

Dad, please!

Dad.


There he is.

And everything that has happened is his fault.

Everything.

If it weren't for him, Mark would have never died.

Mum would've never lost her mind.

I know. I know.

So what are you going to do about it, sister?

What are you going to do about it?


I can't.

You're a coward, Emma.

You let him destroy your family, and you're not going to do anything about it.

You disgust me.

This is your last chance.

Kill him and avenge them all.

It's true, sister.

Kill him.

You have to kill him, Emma!


Please...kill me.

Kill me.

Kill him now!

Shut up, once and for all.


No.

I wanted to die.

I want to be dead.

I want to be dead.

Emma.

My name is Ennis.

I'm an old acquaintance of your uncle's.

It's over, Emma.

The Devil has gone.

How do you know?

Open your hand.

Why did he go?

I don't know.

Perhaps he thought you were dead.

Or, more probably, he had simply achieved what he wanted when he entered your body.

It is impossible to know.

Where is my uncle?

I'm sorry, Emma.

I'm afraid Christopher didn't wait for God to pass judgment on his mistakes.

What Father Taylor did is unforgivable.

But you may be sure that God will make him pay for it.

And the tapes?

They are in a safe place.

Don't worry about that.

No one will ever see them.

What I want is my family back.

Can your God give that to me...

Father?

Can he?


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