Last Girl Standing (2015) Script

Downloaded from YTS.MX Official YIFY movies site: YTS.MX Camryn. Camryn, look at me.

Why is he doing this?

Camryn, please. We need to be quiet.

Where are the others? We have to find them.

No, we need to find help.

What about Walt and Lizzy and...

Walt didn't make it.

Listen, if that psycho hasn't found everybody else by now they're probably making a run for it, which is exactly what we need to be doing.

We can't leave them.

We need to find help.

That's how we save each other.

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

Just think of it as a track meet.

What would Hasen say?

"If you don't win this race, I'm gonna make you run six more."

That's my girl.

Listen, if we just start running in a direction then eventually we're going to hit a road and--


Oh, Anneke! Oh my God!

No, no, no, no, no. Anneke!

Anneke, it's me. It's okay.

I'm going to get you out of here. Yeah.


Everything's okay.

I'm going to get you out of here.



Oh my God! Come on!

You can't have her!



Please! Someone help me!


Morning, Camryn.


She's filled her quota for the day.

Ese no es el punto.

Entonces ¿cuál es el punto?

El punto es que él empieza a roquearse con la canción.

Y después, cuando termina, empieza la canción de nuevo.

¿Como un disco rayado?


La canción se repite, y él empieza a cantarla otra vez.

Alright, if you can lean you can clean.

Lucía, I need you on register today.

Aw, come on, David.

When you going to find a replacement for Brittany?

Keep that up and you will be the permanent replacement.

I have someone coming in later today that will hopefully work out.


Thank you, Camryn.

So did you find the place all right?

I did. Yeah, actually, I get tacos, like, two doors down.

Tyson's? Uh-huh. Yeah. Do you know it?

My doctor's trying to get me to lay off but I honestly just don't see the point in getting up without them.

Yeah, wow.

That's why I don't go to doctors.

So um, what's your availability?

That was the interview?

I trust Ray's judgment.

Oh, wow.

I guess he earned the five bucks I gave him.

When can you start?


Please help me.

I'm sorry.

Where are you going? Where are you going?!

I'm so sorry.

Please help me!

Just untie me, please!

Nobody home?


Sorry. I didn't mean to scare you.

I'm the new guy.

The register bitch.

Right. Hi.

I'm Nick.


I'm sorry.

I couldn't hear you over the dryers.

Come in.

Morning, Camryn.

This is Nick.


She's a bit shy.

Yeah. I mean, I think we can help you.

That's what we do here.

You don't understand. I need this to be perfect.

Right. Um...

Well, let me see if I can find...

Camryn, hey.

Do you mind giving me a hand?

This is Camryn. She's one of the cleaners.

She's the best.

I need this clean. Like, spotless.

And I mean perfect. It can't have any sign of... this.


What do you think, Camryn?

I'll take care of it.

Oh, you will?

God, you're lifesaver. I can't thank you enough.

Can I pick it up in the morning?


This means so much to me.

Thank you!

What'd I tell you?



I didn't mean to put you on the spot back there.

I just didn't know what to do.

Call David. He handles customers.

Yeah. No, yeah.

Cool. I'll definitely do that next time.

Well, thanks for the help.

I owe you one.

Yeah. Not me, dude. I'm a Pippen man.

A Pippen man? Yeah.

Pippen was a chump, man!

Pippen was a chump?! Come on!

Jordan all the way.

Oh my God. Seriously?!

Not a chump, but not Jordan.

Alright. We're talking about the...

Bye. Nice to meet you. Very nice to meet you.

Thank you so much, Lucia.

I really appreciate you showing me everything.

Thank you for saving me from the register.

You got it! Have a good one.

New guy, come out with us. We're going to get a drink.

I would love to... tonight I can't.

But definitely in the future, man. Definitely.

Alright, man. Next time.


Thank you so much for coming in on short notice.


I really think this is going to work out.

I think so, too. Absolutely.

We'll see you tomorrow. Yeah.

Camryn, you about done? I gotta lock up.

What about this guy's shirt?

Oh, shit!

Look, I really have to be somewhere.

Can you do it and lock up when you leave?


You can stay on the clock.

With overtime. Fine.

You're a lifesaver!

Okay. The back should be locked already.

So you just have to lock the front door behind you when you leave.

Don't stay too late.







I got halfway home and then I realized I forgot my cell phone so I had to come back.

And when you got here you didn't see the intruder?

No, sir.

Alright. Thanks.


Do you have some place to stay tonight?

Any family or friends?

Did you find anything?

No, ma'am.

There's no sign of the intruder or any forced entry.

We'll call the owner, see who else has keys.

Is there someone we can call for you?

I don't think it's best if you stay alone tonight.

She can stay with me.

I mean, me and my roommates, we've got an extra couch if...


Are you comfortable with that, ma'am?


I think it's for the best.


I tell you what, let's lock this place up so you guys can get some sleep, alright?


So Tyler's been living with me for, like, five years but I've known him pretty much since I moved here.

And if he's at home that means that Hannah and Mae and Griffin are there because they're kinda like our unofficial roommates.

Unlike Danielle, who's our official roommate, which means she pays rent.

She's only been there for a little while but she seems pretty cool.

She's getting her undergraduate and she's prepping for adult life.

You know, I can just take you home, you know.

If you just want to let me know where you live, I can drop you off. No. It's okay.


Do you want to talk about what happened? No.

You want me to just shut up for a little while?


Really, I'm listening.

Just talk.



Well, Tyler's kind of a social/political artist, I guess, is what he calls himself.

But really he kind of just makes weird shit out of wood.

I didn't say that. Yes, you did.

You're putting words in my mouth.

I'm reading between the lines.

Oh, come on! Hey, guys.

Don't wait for me or anything.

Hi, Nick. There's beer in the fridge.

Yeah, I know. I bought it.

Oh... well... thank you for the beer.

Nick, you got to help me out here.

Tyler wants us to throw away our phones.


We're addicted.

I mean, statistics show that people check their phones, like, 150 times a day.

I'm sorry. What was that?

Well, yeah, but dude, where'd you get those numbers?

Did you fix your laptop finally or did you look them up on your phone?

You fucking hypocrite. I knew it!

So how's the new job?

It's good.

It's a change of pace.

It's what I needed, I think.

Everybody, this is Camryn.

Ah... We work together.

God, Nick, that was fast.

Wow! No, that's not...

Um, that's not cool at all.

Camryn just needed a place to crash so I offered her the couch.

Where am I supposed to sleep?

Dude, how often do you actually make it to the couch?

I don't know? Sometimes.

We actually...

We kind of had, like, a weird night.

So we can kind of just take it easy on the initiations, Mae.

Yeah, Mae. What? What did I do?

Is everything okay, sweetie?

I feel like something's bothering you.

Hannah, why don't we get Camryn something to drink?

Yeah. Yeah.

I can get you some water.

Something happened.

Do you want to talk about it?

Hannah, I think maybe she just wants some space.



Well, if you ever do want to talk I'm a really great listener.

Thank you.

Are you guys still going out tonight?

We were but I can stay with Camryn if you guys want.

It's okay. I'm totally fine.

Do you want to come?

No, but thank you.

Hey! Hey.

Evening. You just get home?

A couple minutes ago, yeah.

You got a big test tomorrow or something?

Mm-hmm. There's rumors of one.

Um, Camryn, this is Danielle. Danielle, this is Camryn.

Oh hey.

Welcome to the East Side Social Club.

Oh, are they being too loud? I can tell them to shut up.

It's fine. I'm just messing with you.

When are you going to come out with us again, Danielle?

Maybe tomorrow? We'll see what happens.

Oh, also, Camryn is sleeping on the couch tonight. Alright.

Well, I'll try not to make too much noise in the morning.

Oh, you don't have worry about me...

That apartment right out of college.

Do you remember that, Hannah?

Of course.

That was the place to be.

Was that the one where Griffin was sleepwalking all the time?

Yes! Yes, it was!

She's going to tell the elevator story now.

Nick, have you heard this one?

Uh, which one?

Are you talking about when Griff fell asleep on the elevator and then was hitting on the poor girl who was just trying to get back to her apartment?

No, I've never heard this one. How does it go?

Hey, you know, that was a really weird time in my life, alright?

I talked to that girl a week later and she said she thought you were some homeless guy.

You alright?

Oh, God.

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

It's okay.

I'm alright. I just had a nightmare.

Do you need anything?

Water or tea?

No, thank you. I'm fine.

Hey, I'm making tea. Come on.

Oh, hey, look, sorry about the mess.

Cleaning has kinda been the last thing on my mind lately.

So you're Nick's friend?

We work together.

Where is he?

Oh, he probably went out for a run.

As random as he keeps the rest of his life, that's one thing he does like clockwork.

So you guys work at the thrift store together?

Dry cleaner.

Shit. Right.

I remember him mentioning something about that.

I didn't know he started yet.

He started yesterday.

Oh, well, you guys must have really hit it off.

Which is good because Nick needs somebody looking after him.

Actually, I was attacked yesterday.

At least, I think I was.

Oh my God.

Yeah, the cops came.

I didn't have anywhere else to go.

So Nick offered me the couch.

Are you okay?

Yeah. I'm fine.

I just... kinda want to go home.


Thank you.

Sorry to put you out.

Hey, don't worry about it.

This is on the way to class.

Just let me know if you need anything, okay?

You know where to find me.

Thank you. Seriously.

Don't be a stranger.

What happened last night?

Are you okay?

Yeah, I'm fine. It was nothing.

Look, I swear the back was locked.

You didn't unlock it, did you?


It's all right. He didn't hurt me.

He didn't take anything. Let's just forget about it.

Forget about it?

The police were questioning me like I was suspect.

I'm sorry.

Next time there's a customer request, you should stay late and deal with it.

Oh my God! Camryn! Are you okay?


Would everyone stop asking me that question?

Look, I'm very sorry about this.

We'll be more than happy to replace it for you.

But this is one-of-a-kind.

My wife had this hand-tailored for me.

I'm extremely sorry about this.

Maybe we can compensate you for the damages?

You! You said you'd take care of this.

You said you'd fix it.

What am I suppose to do with this?

Look, calm down. Calm?

No! I just want my shirt back.

Look, let's step over here and maybe we can sort this out?

What's to sort out?

Camryn. I'm sorry, David.

I got carried away last night.

I think I was using the wrong brush-- Camryn, please.

I should have taken care of it yesterday.

I'm sorry.

Why don't you take lunch?

I'd rather work.

Hey, don't beat yourself up over it.

I think you probably did that guy's wife a favor.

Camryn. Ah!

What are you doing?

What's going on? What's with the pipe?

He was just here.

What? Who?

He came back.

The guy from last night?


I just chased him out here.

I swear. He was just here.

Okay, well, let's just go inside. Okay?

Come on.

Camryn, are you okay? What happened?

Who left the back door open?!

Camryn, it's always open.

It helps with circulation.

You let that son of a bitch in here! Whoa!

Did you leave the back door open last night, too?!

Why are you helping him?! Camryn, stop it!

That back door is shut from now on. But David--

I don't want to hear it.

Lucía, take the front for a few.

The rest of you, give us some space.

Are you all right?

He's come back for me.

Why don't you take the rest of the day off?

I don't think she should be alone right now.

Can you take her home?

Yeah, I can take her home.

You shouldn't be around me.

He's not after me.



Sorry, I didn't mean to scare you.

Is everything okay?


I - I'm sorry. I'm just in my own little world.

It's cool.

I get like that when I'm studying.

Hey, I didn't know you were coming out tonight.

Yeah... Uh...

Uh, Nick invited me.

Oh. Nice!

Well, it's about time he took some initiative.

Come on. Let's go find him.

Stop it, man.

You know what to do, right?

Yes, I know what to do.

You guys are way too predictable.

Oh, hey ladies! Come on!

You were going to miss anyway.

Thanks, Same team here.

You look really nice tonight, Camryn.

Thank you.


Are you okay?

So what's been going on?

Tyler was explaining his art.

If you call rambling "explaining."

Art shouldn't have to be explained.

All I'm asking, man, is why don't you try making something a little more useful?

You saying art isn't useful? No, I mean--

How many people want some creepy sculpture of Reagan?


I mean, you work with wood, man.

You can earn some serious cash making shelves or tables... fucking bowls.

Who wants a wooden bowl?

You could put fruit in it.

Why do you use wood then?

Well, the trees themselves are an extension of the piece.

So there's a purpose behind it? Right.

Does it have to do with the tree rings and like, how repetitive life is?

Uh... Well, no two rings are the same.

I mean, each ring varies in thickness each year depending on whether it was a good year or a bad year.

You know?

But they're still rings, right?

They're still ring-shaped rings?

Yes, but each ring tells a different story.

Until you cut the tree down, and then you're interrupting the story.

No, I only use trees that fall naturally.

Mmm. Ah.

Mother Earth, can I ask you something? Mm-hmm.

What the fuck does this have to do with Ronald Reagan?

So, Camryn, how long have you worked at the laundromat?


It's not, like, a laundromat, it's a dry cleaners.

It's not, like, one of those self-service places.

Okay, how long have you been cleaning other people's dirty clothes?


About four years.

And do you have a degree for that?


Come on, Camryn.

Let's go grab a drink and go to the bathroom.

I'll come! No, don't it.

Hey, it's your shot.

I can't make shit.

It's all you.

Look, don't pay any attention to Mae.

She doesn't get along with her own gender.

It's fine.

So Nick's taking a liking to you.


Come on, why do you think Mae has it out for you?

We work together.


I mean, where else are you going to meet someone?

I don't know.

It's been a while.


It's been awhile for Nick, too, from what I understand.

So you guys can be all awkward and timid about it together.

Plus, both you guys seem like you really need to get laid.




Camryn, stop!

No! I won't let it happen again!

Jesus Christ!

You fucking psycho-bitch. What the fuck?

I saw you!

Who are you?!

Where's the mask?! What are you on?

Where's the mask?!


Camryn, what's wrong?

Where is it?!

Where's the mask?! Get the others.

Who are you?!

Who are you?! Lets go.

Let it go. Let it go.

Where is he?! Camryn, go.

Camryn. Camryn.

Camryn, stop!

Hey, hey, hey! I know I saw him.

I know it... What?

What are you talking about?

Camryn, what are you talking about?

Who's not safe?

Who's not safe, Camryn?!

All of you.


You gotta tell us what's going on.

Ugh. What are we doing out here?

It's gone.

What's gone?

It was right here when you left for the bar.

Uh, you weren't with us when we left.

Where is it?

Camryn, what are you looking for?

It was hanging right here!

Do you mean the ball that's usually hanging there?

I sometimes watch the neighbor's dog.

He comes in, chews the ball off.

It wasn't a ball!

Can we just go back to the part where she knows when we left because it kind of sounds like she's stalking us?


Shut up.

Nick, come on.

I mean, it's pretty creepy.

What's going on, Camryn?

He marked this house with a skinned rabbit.

I just need to find it so you guys will believe me.

Did you just say something was skinned back here?

There was a dead rabbit right here earlier.

That's how I know he's coming for you.

Nick, she hung a fucking dead animal in our backyard.

This isn't your backyard.

Camryn, I think it's time we go inside.

Uh, don't invite her inside.

She's gonna skin us in our sleep.

Camryn, come on.

What's going on?

What were you doing back here?

Hey, guys.

The side gate's open.

Oh, hey.

Ringo probably got in here.

Camryn, I think a dog must have gotten it.

Yeah, but... you believe me, don't you?

She came to the bar with you, right?

No. I thought you invited her.


So, if you guys are done scaring the shit out of me, I'm going to go back inside.

Let me know if you guys need anything. Will do.

Well, something's got her spooked.


Look, I'll just take her home and see what's going on.

Who knows? Maybe she's on something.

I sure know how to pick them.

Hey, take it easy on her, okay?


We'll figure it out. We'll be okay.

Okay. Call me later.

Let me know everything's all right.

Nick, I'm sorry.

I just don't want you guys to get hurt.

I appreciate that.

I do.

You believe me, right?

Danielle's going to get you fixed up.

I'll talk to you guys tomorrow, okay?

I'm not crazy.


Um, thanks for the ride.

I can take it from here.

Camryn, I'm not leaving you alone right now.

Seriously, I'm fine.

I just... I need to clear my head.

Come on.

Let's just hang out for a bit.

It's Friday night.

You don't have anywhere to be tomorrow.

You just move in?

Four years ago.


Can I go to the bathroom?

Of course.

Make yourself at home.

I remember hearing about this in high school.

You're the one that survived.

You shouldn't be in here. Camryn, I'm so sorry.

I had no idea how serious this was.

So you believe me now?

Well, I believe that you're scared and you have every right to be but you can't keep living in fear like this.

What the fuck do you know about fear?

You're right.

I don't know what you've been through but I feel like you've been given a second chance here.

This isn't about my second chance, it's about his.

You, Nick, Maelyn.

You're all in danger because of me.

Camryn, you killed this guy.

He's dead.

What if he isn't?

So what then, he's come back to life?

This thing - this monster took everything from me, and I'm not going to let him do it again.

What happened?

Afterwards, I mean.

Twelve weeks of counseling and a shit-ton of drugs.



That shit made me so dizzy.

Yeah, me, too.


They took me off it when I started physical therapy.

What happened?

Oh, you know, Mom had a drug problem that nobody really wanted to talk about.

She picked me up from school one day, senior year.

She got angry the last time I offered to drive so I didn't this time.

She took the back way home.

Used country roads to avoid the main parts of town.

Less people to see her out there, I guess.

The next thing I remember was waking up on the side of the road.

I could see my mom, motionless and covered in blood.

And then I saw the other driver and a passenger.

It was a husband and wife.

None of it set in, though, until I saw that little shoe.

A tiny, little, blood-soaked shoe.

An entire family was destroyed because I didn't say anything.

It took me six months to look at myself in the mirror again.

I'm sorry.

Did you ever go see it?


His grave?

Do you know where it is?

You know what finally helped me?


Jesus, are we going for a night or a week?



You ready?

You okay?


Are you okay?

I thought there'd be something more.

He doesn't deserve any more.

You see?

He isn't hunting you.

You killed him and put him in the ground where he belongs.

If it wasn't for you, more people would have wandered into those woods and more people would have died.

But you killed him.

You saved lives.

Just not my friends.

No, but you lived.

What would they want you to do now?

Take as much time as you need.

What's going on?


What are you doing?

Whoa, whoa, whoa! You can't do this!

Yes, I can!

This is closure.

I meant seeing the grave, not digging it up.

He is out there, alright?

You don't believe me? Show me his body.

Prove that I'm fucking crazy.

Are you sure about this?

You don't have to do this.

Yes, I do.

I'm crazy.

No, you're not.

I'm seeing things. I'm fucking crazy.

You just needed a little help.

The doctors said I was fine.

You are fine.

You just needed some time.

I'm tired of waiting.


Come on. I think we've done enough.

No, we haven't.

Go out of service for a few hours and suddenly everybody wants to get a hold of me.

Nick called.

I knew it!

Does he think I'm a psycho?


Nick's a lot things but he's not like that.

Everyone's going to Tyler's, like, artist space tonight.

Nick wanted me to invite you if I saw you.

So I've seen you...

Do you want me to invite you?

Oh, good.

I didn't know if they were in this place or Tyler's.

You've got to be kidding me.

Ah, back off, Mae.

It's okay.


Hey, guys, I owe you an apology for the other night.

I'm sorry.

I was kind of crazy and I'm sorry I took it out on all of you.

I think you guys are really cool and if you would give me another chance I promise to keep my future bottle smashing to a minimum.

Hey, don't make promises you can't keep.

Hi. Hi.

You didn't have to apologize.

Oh, well, I wanted to because I was so crazy the other night.

Well, you know, normal people are boring.

So, don't worry about it.

You want to get a drink?

Yeah, thanks.

Where did you guys go?

Um... Oh, we just went camping...

Clear our heads.

Like, kinda... Clear your heads?

No, no, we just had to get out of town.

Get perspective, I guess.


Uh, do you want to get your own one of those? Yeah.

Nick, you have to introduce me to your new friend.

She sounds fascinating.

Oh, sorry. Camryn, this is Evan.

Evan, Camryn.

Nice to meet you.

Thanks. You, too.

Where is everybody?

Oh, we open next Friday.

Is Tyler going to show anything?

If he ever finishes anything.

Um, well, I'll let you get a refill and then come talk to me after you've had a look around.

Cool, man. Okay.

Sounds good.

Um... Come on.

Hey, guys. Hey.

Oh, hey, what's Banksy gotta say for himself over there?

Oh dude, he's not that bad.

You're drinking his beer.

I'll drink anybody's beer. Mm-hmm.

I'm so glad you're here.

You're practically glowing right now.


It's a good thing. Trust me.

What I want to know is how a bunch of artists can afford a place like this?

Have you seen the neighborhood around here?

Give it a few years.

This will be the new trendy part of town.

Oh my God, this conversation is so boring already.

I'm sorry I asked.

I'm going to go stare at this dot over here until my eyes bleed.

Okay. Well, I think it's fascinating and Evan's gallery is going to be huge for him.

Yeah. Um... You know what?

I think I'm going to take Camryn and show her around.

Oh, how fun.

Okay. I'm gonna go the bathroom then I'll come find you guys.

Okay. We'll go hide.

You're too funny.

Hey, Tyler. Where's the bathroom?

Follow me. Come here.

Oh, sorry.

Alright, uh... Hold on.

What are all these rooms?

Um, artists rent them out. It's kinda like a collective.

Come on. We gotta get away from Hannah.


What? Come on!



Come on! Camryn?


Go. Go. Go!


Where'd you go?

Shh. Shh. Camryn?

Come on, guys. Where'd you go?

Sorry. She can be a little much some times.

It's okay.

I'm having fun.

Yeah, me, too.

Are you okay?


Are you sure? Sorry.

Come here.


Stop it!


Oh my God!

Camryn. What did you do?



Hey, so when you coming to one of our shows?

Don't tell me you actually like this shit.

Oh. Alright, we're on the same page.


I thought I heard a scream.

It's probably just the drunks on the street.

Now this is more like it. Dude!

Turn that shit off!

Come on, this party needs some fucking life!

That's fucking noise!

It's fucking awesome!

God! Give me that.


Come on. But it's my art party...

I'll be right back.

Hannah, are you just now finding the bathroom?


Camryn, is that you?

What the fuck?

Come on, I can't see dick in here.




What? Yeah, exactly my point.

Why don't you just calm down? What is he even saying?


Some of us like to hear ourselves think.

Holy shit!

What the fuck?

No, no, no, no, no!

Tyler, call the fucking cops!




911. What is your emergency?


This is for Derek... and Anneke... and Sarah... and Thomas... and Walt... and Hank.

Oh my God...

What did you do?

You can keep coming back to life all you want, I won't let you kill any more of my friends!

Ah! Ah!


Camryn, please.

Please don't do this.


I just wanted to protect them this time.

I wanted to save them this time.

You monster!

Oh my God!

Hey, where is she?

In Tyler's room.

Did you lock her in?

I hit her with a hammer.


You okay?


You want to talk about it?


Me neither.

Stop it!

Stop it!

Oh no!

I'm done running.

I don't care how many times I have to kill you!

Hey, hey, hey.

Come on. Get up.

Oh no!

Oh my God, no!

Please, no!

Oh no!