Blind Fury

Blinded and left to die in Vietnam, Nick Parker (Rutger Hauer) has been missing in action for more than two decades. Finally home, he sets out to find and forgive his old Army buddy, Frank Deveraux (Terrance O’Quinn). Forced to cook up designer drugs for a corrupt casino boss, Deveraux talks, putting his ex-wife and son in danger. Caught in the middle and with henchmen in close pursuit, Nick uses his highly tuned senses to escape in an action-packed cross-country battle. (Original Title – Blind Fury) © 1989 TriStar Pictures, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
(radio operator)
Firebase Alpha,
Firebase Alpha.

This is Go North, come in.
Firebase Alpha,
this is 6M, Go North.
Come in, please.
Firebase Alpha,
Firebase Alpha.
This is Go North.
Come in, please.
Firebase Alpha,
this is the 6M, Go North.
Come in, please.
(helicopter pilot)
This is Bronco One-Niner.
I’m doing a flyby
over the Firebase Alpha.
(radio operator)
Go ahead, Bronco.
Looks like
Charlie broke through
the perimeter last night.
Lots of KIA’s. Dead chopper
at the tree line. Roger,
Bronco. What about medevacs?

Emergency routines
for a sneak attack.
Is Charlie still active
in the area?
Negative.
I don’t see any activity.
Roger, Bronco.
We’ll get birds in the air.
Tell them to come to the ex.
(Nick)
I can’t see anything.
[Nick gasping]
I can’t see.
[crickets chirping]
[birds chirping]
Frank.
Buddy, where are you?
[sloshing]
[bird chirps]
Frank!
[exclaiming]
[crickets chirping]
(Nick)
Deveraux!
Frank.
[groans]
[grunts]
[birds squawking]
[people chattering]
[woman speaking in Vietnamese]
[goat bleating]
[birds chirping]
[speaks Vietnamese]
[hens clucking]
[hisses]
[man speaks Vietnamese]
[metallic clanking]
[speaks Vietnamese]
[people cheering]
[rain pattering]
[speaks Vietnamese]
[speaking Vietnamese]
[people laughing]
[birds chirping]
[instructs in Vietnamese]
[exhales]
[instructs in Vietnamese]
[people laughing]
[clunks]
[speaking in Vietnamese]
[birds chirping]
[grunts]
[people cheering]
[birds chirping]
[horns honking]
[tires screeching]
[flies buzzing]
[growling]
[chuckles]
Nice doggie.
[sniffing]
[people chattering]
[chuckling]
Hey, man.
You got to have some salsa
on your burrito.
What you want?
Mild or hot?
Mild, please.
Here you go.
[speaking Spanish]
[speaking Spanish]
[gasps]
This guy!
It’s not bad.
It’s a little too mild for me.
How about something
a little more macho?
[men at table laughing]
(man #1)
Hey, Juanita!
(man #2)
Hey, Juanita.
Hey, baby.
[sighing]
Give me the purse, ciego.
Uh, are you sure
it goes with your dress?
(man #2)
Oh…
[clicking]
Give me the purse.
[groaning]
Give him the purse, gringo.
Hey, man.
What’s going on here?
I’m sorry.
I’m so sorry. Oh, my God.
Oh!
[Frank screams]
(Frank)
No, no, no!
[Lyle whoops]
(Lyle)
That’s a long way down.
(Frank)
You son of a bitch.
(Tector)
Easy now. That’s a hanging
offence, partner.
Turn him over there
to the right.
Real good view
of Harrah’s there.
(MacCready)
You know,
I sold Bill that place.
Hell of a good deal
for both of us.
You lost a lot of money
downstairs,
Mr Deveraux,
and you can’t pay it back.
You cheated me!
(both)
Ooh!
(both)
Whoa!
[screaming]
No! No, please. No.
(Lyle)
Oh! That is some view,
I tell you.
(Tector)
It sure is.
No, please.
Well, your luck ain’t all bad,
Mr Deveraux.
You’re just
the kind of chemist I need.
My last chemist
had a little accident.
(Lyle)
Yeah, the “on purpose” kind.
Created a little job opening.
I’m not gonna make that shit
for you!
I’m not gonna, goddamn it!
Designer drugs, boy.
Wave of the future.
And as legal as whores
and lawyers in this state.
(MacCready)
You know,
I heard your ex-wife and son
are living down in Miami,
Mr Deveraux.
No! You son of a bitch!
Please, please.
Please, please.
[birds chirping]
[metallic clink]
[female radio announcer]
And at the beaches,
a mild 85 degrees.

WSHE, the voice of Miami.
[sneezes]
[birds chirping]
[dog barking]
[knock on door]
[gasps]
Coming.
Yes?
Uh, is this 376 Ocean Way?
Yes.
I’m looking
for Frank Deveraux.
He doesn’t live here anymore.
Oh, um,
my name’s Parker.
Nick Parker.
I’m an old friend of his.
(Nick)
We served in Vietnam together.
Come in, Mr Parker.
This is Mr Parker.
He’s a friend of
your father’s. My son.
Hello, Billy.
How did you know his name?
He signed the dinosaur.
Nice work.
[sniffing]
Hey, Mum, this guy’s a–
Yes. Vision impaired.
Not to mention
blind as a bat.
Mr Parker and I
have some things to discuss.
Mmm-hmm.nt.
(Lynn)
The fresh air
will do your allergies good,
too.
Some coffee, Mr Parker?
Tea, please.
Later, Mum.
Goodbye, Mr Parker.
See you later, Mr Parker.
Nice to meet you–
Nice to meet you, too, Billy.
(Lynn)
Nick Parker.
Your name is on the Memorial.
Yes, I’ve been there.
I was missing in action.
Thank you.
Frank never told you
what happened?
No. He never even talked
about the war.
Where is he now?
Reno.
He’s an organic chemist
for Shields-Traeger.
He–
Well, he left me.
We’re divorced.
Oh, I’m sorry.
Yes.
Are you expecting someone?
No.
Why?
There’s somebody at the door.
[knock on door]
You should work up an act,
Mr Parker.
Oh, thank you.
Morning, ma’am.
We’re looking for
William Deveraux.
Billy? Why?
(cop #1)
You his mother? Where is he?
(Lynn)
Has he done something?
No, ma’am.
We think he might be witness
to a crime, that’s all.
Routine.
Oh, you scared me there
for a moment.
He’s not here, officers.
Why don’t you just leave us
your number?
We can call you
when he gets back.
No.upstairs?
Wait a moment. Excuse me.
We need the kid right away.
Well, what crime
is he supposed to have seen?
He hasn’t said
anything to me about it.
Inspector,
the kid ain’t here.
Miss Deveraux,
where’s your boy?
Excuse me, Inspector.
I think we’re all
a little confused.
[Lynn gasps]
Oh, boy.
I’m very sorry.
[dog barking]
[birds chirping]
Of course, if you gentlemen
have a warrant.
(Slag)
Warrant? Of course.
Let me see.
[screams]
Hey,ant.
what are you doing to my mum?
[clattering]
Billy!
[gasping]
[chuckling]
Shit.
This wasn’t
part of the deal, Slag.
Shut up.
[Slag laughs]
Step aside, blind man.
No.
[cop #1 screams]
[screaming]
[groans]
[quavering]
That’s not bad
for a blind man.
But that butter knife,
it ain’t gonna stop no bullet.
[glass shattering]
Mrs Deveraux?
Lynn?
[gasping]
[whispering]
Protect my son, Mr Parker.
Please.
Promise me.
Take him to his father.
Who are these men?
What did he want?
I don’t know. I don’t know.
Promise me.
Okay, I promise.
I’m here.
[birds chirping]
[Billy groaning]
(Nick)
You okay?
My head hurts.
Yeah,
I’ve had better days, too.
Where’s Mum?
Uh, home.
I wanna see her.
You can’t.
Not right now. Come on.
[man on speaker]
Trans Continental
cross-country bus number 27.

Now boarding on lane three.
Tampa, Tallahassee…
Hey, watch out, sir.
Jackson, Memphis, St. Louis,
Kansas City, Wichita…
Leave me alone.
We have to go.
I wanna call my mum.
I promised your mum
I was gonna take you to Reno
and that’s where we’re going.
Come on.
I can walk by myself.
Everything okay here?ring]
Yes, thank you
Officer.
Come on,
we don’t wanna miss our bus.
[man on speaker]
This is the final call
for Trans Continental
cross-country bus number 27.
Final boarding process,
lane three.
Tampa…
I get the window seat.
You don’t need it,
you’re blind.
You have me there,
little prick.
…Memphis, St. Louis,
Kansas City…
[bus engine roaring]
[snoring]
[man on speaker]
Play blackjack at
the solid oak table

where famous Hollywood
movie star Clark Gable…
[sighs]
[knock on door]
(Cobb)
Got your girlfriend here,
Deveraux.
[clears throat]
[door closes]
Hi, Frank.
Here.
I brought some of your stuff.
Oh, look, a whole box.
Does your boss know?
I do the inventory.
How’d you
get into my apartment, Annie?
They let me in.
Did they tell you
what they want me to do?
Did they tell you
what they’ve already done?
No, and I don’t wanna know.
Now, listen to me, Frank.
When people owe
Claude MacCready, they pay,
(Annie)
one way or the other.
So, just go along.
It’s the best way.
You tell MacCready
I’ll talk to him.
Okay.
[rain pattering]
[thunder rumbling]
Oh, boy!
It’s coming down, huh?
Yeah.
Come on, buddy. Come on.
(driver)
Watch your step out there.
Hey, it’s still raining.
Yeah.
Well, a little water
never hurt anyone.
Oh, yeah?
Well, if I catch pneumonia,
it’ll be all your fault.
I’ll try and live
with the guilt.
[laughing loudly]
“A little water
never hurt anyone.”
Shit. Don’t you laugh.
Well,
I can see where I’m going.
Oh, ow.
[laughing]
It’s not funny.
I hurt my knee.
It hurts. I can’t move.
That’s all right.
Wait until
the paramedics come.
Hey, wait up.
Don’t be mad.
They gave me a piece of candy
in the store.
Want some?
I knew there was
a nice little boy inside
of you somewhere.
[crunching]
Hmm.
[swallowing hard]
[coughs]
Ow!
[laughing]
So, you’re a thief, too, huh?
I-It fell out of your pocket.
Bull.
(Billy)
So, you were with
Dad in the war, huh?
(Nick)
That’s right.
Hey, you could see then.
Yes, I could see then.
Now give me that.
Well, what happened?
(Nick)
Your daddy and I
became friends in boot camp.

I figured we’d be pals
for life.
He made me laugh
and I kept him
out of the stockade.

He was always clowning around
with explosives and stuff,
scaring the hell
out of everybody.
Finally,
our time in Vietnam was over
and we were gonna go home.

Right in the middle
of our celebration,
the firebase got hit
by a mortar attack.
[mortar shells exploding]
Your dad and I were picked
to take out the enemy.
[mortar firing]
The plan was that
he would cover me
while I would get close enough
to take them out.
We’d done it before.
This time,
the other guys were waiting.
[man yelling in Vietnamese]
[guns firing]
[people screaming]
[guns firing]
[panting]
Frank!
Come back!
That’s where I lost my sight.
My dad, uh,
I mean, did he do
okay or what?
Your dad was fine.
Just fine.
(driver)
We’ll be stopping
for about 10 minutes.

Whatever you have to do,
do it real quick.
(driver)
And wait for me
at the outside.
Yes, Operator…
I’d like to place
a collect call to my
mum in Miami, Florida.
Her name is Lynn Devereaux.
Yeah, D-e-v-e-r–
Hey, what’s the big idea?
I need to call my mum.
You can’t.
Why not?
Why can’t I?
Billy, there’s something
you gotta know.
What’s that supposed to mean?
[people talking and laughing]
[inaudible]
Billy.
Billy!
Billy!
You lied to me!
[crickets chirping]
You told me she was at home!
[leaves rustling]
[Billy sobbing]
[cawing]
[panting]
[sobbing]
[screams]
Help, Help. Help!
Shut up! Shut up.
[crickets chirping]
(Billy)
Help!
[chirping]
[chomping]
Don’t! Stop!
[Billy screams]
[groaning]
[grunting]
[cocking]
[men groaning]
Shoot.
Popcorn!
Snow!
[coughs]
What the hell
is going on around here?
[frogs croaking]
(Billy)
Nick!
Nick.
Come here.
Yeah, it’s okay.
Everything’s
gonna be all right.
Yeah, it’s all right.
[rain pattering]
[thunder rumbling]
[tearing]
[laughing]
(MacCready)
There they all go.
Headed for Harrah’s.
Glitter and flash.
Shit.
Do you remember
when the Silver State
was the place?
Sweet times.
Where’d we go wrong?
Bank didn’t give you
the extension, huh?
If I don’t come up
with the green
to retire those loans
in two days
they’re gonna retire us.
Ed,
I’m not keen on that idea.
Slag’s on it, Mr MacCready,
but this blind–
I don’t wanna hear
about this blind man!
What are you doing?
Taking the stuff we’re
supposed to be selling?
No, I just–
Shut up, Ed.
If you can’t handle it,
get me somebody that can.
Get me Bruce Lee.
Bruce Lee is dead.
Then get his brother.
Do it, Ed.
Goddamn it, just do it.
[crickets chirping]
Nice head.
Room for some brains in there.
I like that nose.
I don’t.
It’s always plugged up.
Firm chin.
All the makings
of a strong man.
Tears.
Good.
Because a strong man
is never afraid to cry.
Did you ever cry?
I wish I could.
The place that makes tears
inside my head
doesn’t work anymore.
I wish mine didn’t.
We’ll be at your father’s
tomorrow.
He doesn’t want me.
Come on.
With talent like this
any man would love
to have a son like you.
[frogs croaking]
You think so?
Yeah.
[owl hooting]
[birds chirping]
[buzzing]
Did you see that?
We should get
one of those, honey.
Yeah.
[dog barking]
(truck driver)
Been a pleasure driving y’all.
Take care now.
Come on.
He doesn’t want me
and I don’t want him.
Billy,
whatever happened
before was in the past.
You got to learn
how to forgive.
Come on.
(Billy)
Steps. One, two.
Hi, there, Billy.
Who are you?
My name’s Annie
and I’m a friend
of your daddy’s.
Y’all, uh, come in.
Come on in.
[TV blaring]
Billy.
(Billy)
Nick, look out.
Oops!
Bang.
Kind of hard for a blind man
to look out, ain’t it,
brother Lyle?
Sure is, brother Tector.
Lights out.
Hold still, you little shit.
Get your hands off of him.
Claude promised me
there wasn’t gonna
be any violence.
Hey, shut up, bitch.
(Lyle)
Mr MacCready told us
to get the job done
and that’s what
we’re gonna do.
Hold still.
Yeah, I love it.
Slag takes days.
Can’t even cut the mustard.
But we nail
the brat and the bat.
In two minutes flat.
(Both)
Ah, ah, Mao!
Want some, girl?
Look at the road, man!
[gasping]
Uh-oh!
Too much linguini?
Billy?
Billy.
I think I’m gonna throw up.
Swell.
Before you do that
I want you
to get us out of here.
Yeah.
How? I–I can’t.
Just do as I tell you.
I can’t.
Well, then
we’re gonna die.
Give me a hit
of that thing.
Want some?
♪[music playing
on car stereo]
What do you want me to do?
Okay. Crouch down like a frog.
Come on.
Put your hands on the floor.
[gasping]
Slide your butt
through your arms.
Oh.
Come on.
I can’t.
I just can’t do that.
Yes, you can. Try. Try.
[grunting]
[grunting]
How’s it going?
[gasping]
Pretty good. Almost there.
Got one leg through.
I did it!
Great.
Get my lighter.
[laughing]
No, in my shirt.
Ah, I got it.
Light it.
Hold it steady.
♪[music playing
on car stereo]
Hey, Tector.
Look at this.
Oh, the blind Zorro.
[chuckles]
[screams]
Stupid thing’s got
a curse on it!
Start counting out loud.
One, two,
Don’t stop
…three, four…s.
Hey, baby,
lick my wound.
[gasps]
I said, lick my wound.
[moaning]
Oh, yeah, baby. More.
Hey. Hey, Lyle.
Something’s burning, man.
And I think it’s love.
No, man.
Something’s burning!
Oh, hell. Stop the van.
[van tires screeching]
[car horn honking]
[car horn honking]
[groaning]
[traffic bustling]
Come on.n honking]
Oh! man, my head.
[car horn honking]
[both]
Who’s gonna drive?
Let’s go, boys.
We gotta go back.
Can you turn it around?
Hold on.
How far did you count?
Uh, 31.
Count backwards.
Uh,
30, 29, 28…
[car horn honking]
Stop. Help us.
Help us, please.
Hey, hey. No!
[screaming]
…four, three, two, one.
Stop.
What? Why?
Stop right here.
My cane must be
out here somewhere.
Oh, of course.
Those two heathens
wanna have us for lunch,
but what’s
really important here
is that you find
your damn cane.
Yes, let’s go.
Oh, thank God you stopped.
We fell
off a poultry truck.
We gotta get my brother
to the hospital.
I think he’s a goner.
Get out.
I said, get out!
Oh! out!
Come on, you battle-axe.
Move your ass.
Bitch.r laughing]
[Tector whooping]
Kill them.
[both screaming]
Jesus H. Christ.
Yeah. That’s one reason
I always vote for gun control.
[birds chirping]
(Billy)
I got it! I got it!
(Nick)
Thanks, Billy.
Good work.elujah.
Uh-uh.ire]
Run!
[gunfire]
(Annie)
My glasses!
Oops! I think
I just found them.
I can’t drive
without my glasses!
[gunfire]
[screams]
Lucky for me.
I’m blind.
Billy, navigate.
Oh, nice going, Tector!
What the hell were you doing?
I’ve had a really bad day!
(Billy)
Keep going straight.
Going straight.
Go over to the right
a little bit.
Go back to the left.
Too much, too much.
Keep going straight.
Just stay right there.
You’re going into
the left lane. Look out!
[car horn honking]
What’s your problem, jerk off?
You blind?
Yeah, what’s your excuse?
Holy shit.
[car tires screeching]
[gunfire]
[both gasping]
[whooping]
(Billy)
Red light!
[people screaming]
[chuckling]
Slow down!
[whooping]
Tell me when we hit
the next intersection.
Now. Turn right.
No, I mean left.
[both screaming]
[chuckling]
[Lyle and Tector arguing]
[car horn honking]
This is easy.
Just like riding a bike.
Once you learn,
you never forget.
[car horn honking]
[grunting]
[both screaming]
(Tector)
Oh, shit!
[whooping]
Take that!
Are we in a tunnel?
No, there ain’t no tunnels
in Reno.
Stop!
[gasps]
[gasping]
Wow, that was fun.
Yeah.
Maybe I should get
my licence again.
Yeah.
(woman on TV)
The first thing we
do is karasan.
This is the basic posture
in yoga
in between all
standing positions…
Don’t you worry, now, Annie.
Y’all will be safe here.
Thanks, Colleen.
I know I can
always count on you.
Ain’t no big thing,
baby.
[woman on TV chattering]
[sighing]
I used to bring
Frank’s drinks to
the roulette wheel.
That’s how we met.
He’d be at that table
round the clock for days
and then– and then
he wouldn’t show up for weeks.
Trying to be
a good boy, I guess.
But you–you’d think a guy
with Frank’s brains
would know better.
[sighing]
I guess we all got
our weaknesses.
Yes.
Just get Frank out of there.
Don’t worry about it.
Uncle Nick, don’t go.
That’s nice.
You’re my nephew now, huh?
Don’t leave me.
Everybody leaves me.
Hold down the fort.
Protect the women.
I’ll be back.
Promise?
You gotta promise.
I’m gonna get your dad.
Goodbye, Billy.
(Annie)
Come on.
Come on, baby, go.
Give me that jack.
[people chattering]
Hey, man.
I want you to meet
my new bride, Mindy,
Hi, how are you?
Uh, reception’s gonna start
in about 10 minutes.
Why don’t you
come in and join…
(woman #1)
I want the eight.
(man #1)
He’s already got that, ma’am.
(man #2)
Yeah, black, black.ro.
No more bets.
(woman #2)
Oh, yeah!
[people chattering]
All right,
I’m natural.
Bars, bars, come on.
♪[music playing]
[people chattering]
(man)
Good evening, Mr MacCready.
(MacCready)
Hi, Joey.
Anyway, after I’ve
cleared that up, I’m off
to see our production
at the ski lodge.
Bring up that stuff
when it’s ready.
What about Deveraux?
Keep him working?
I don’t think
he’ll play along much longer
unless we show him real proof
that we got his kid.
Slag never fucked up
before.
He’ll turn up.
Besides, by midnight,
Deveraux will have made
enough drugs to do the deal.
And this’ll give
me the cash I need
to get my ass off
the auction block.
And the time
to find a chemist
with a better attitude.
Like they say, Mr Cobb,
the desert’s
filled with people that
had bad attitudes.
Mmm.
[people applauding]
(Cobb)
Have them send me up
some roast chicken
and chocolate pudding.
No one else
to the penthouse.
[people chattering]
(announcer)
We have a winner.
We have a winner in round one
of Cobb-MacCready’s
Silver State Million Dollar
Slot Playoff.

(woman)
$20 on red.
(all)
Red! Red! Red! Red! Red!
[people chattering]
Come on, red.
Red! Red! Red!
Yeah! Yeah!
You got that!
[people cheering]
One, red.
[people cheering]
Did I win again?
Yeah, it’s red.
Oh, good.
Excuse me.
Take those.
Thanks.
There you go.
Bets down.
[gadget beeping]
Twenty-six, black.
Hard luck, fellow.
Luck.
[people exclaiming]
[beeping]
(woman)
See, everybody. Look at that!
Look at that!
[people shouting]
Gee, you fat pig!
(man)
Look at this!
Look at this!
[people shouting]
Hey, there he goes!
Hey!
[people shouting]
[bell rings]
[groans]
Scram.
(Lyle)
Out of my way, boy.
(Tector)
The door’s closing, man.
Hurry up.
Shoot.
Oh, he’s heading up,
man.
Go! We got him.
The blind guy’s
coming up the elevator.
[bell rings]
[groans]
[bell rings]
Oh, great.
Who pushed basement?
[bell rings]
Hold it right there.
Freeze.
Guys, I’m here
for Frank Deveraux.
Says who?
Says I.
[both groaning]
Come on. Come on.
He’s dead. He is dead.
Damn!
Shit.
Fuck.
(both)
Shit, fuck!
[laughing]
Well, well.
If it ain’t
the walking chop-o-matic.
Where is Frank Deveraux?
F.O., Errol Flynn.
Do you know what that means?
Fuck off!
[screaming]
[gasping]
I also do circumcision.
[stuttering]
He’s across the hall.
Across the hall.
I suggest aspirin
for that headache.
What headache?
Frankie.
[squeaking]
Frank?
Just a second,
I gotta test this stuff.
If it’s too hot,
it’ll kill somebody.
Frankie.
Hi, buddy.
Nick?
Nick Parker?
Yes.
My God.
Nick.
What?
Nick, you’re alive.
Yeah. And I’d like
to keep it that way.
There are a lot
of pissed-off guys after me.
I guess we changed, huh?
Nick?
Come on.
Your son’s waiting.
Come on.
Nick, wait. Wait, wait.
(Lyle)
Come on!
[gasping]
Oh, yes.
Let’s go.
[fire alarm ringing]
[Lyle and Tector shouting]
(Tector)
Where is he?
I’m gonna put
that blind man
in a wheelchair.
What?oor.
Hold it.
Nick?
Well?
[TV chattering]
[knocking]
Hello?
Anybody home?
(woman on TV)
Now, reverse direction.
Colleen?
Are you in here?
Colleen?
Colleen, what’s wrong?
Billy! Billy!
Nick! Find…
Frank, stay here.
They’ve got him,
don’t they? Don’t they?
[phone ringing]
Yes.
Hello?
(MacCready)
Mr Deveraux? That’s you?
[panting]
Yeah, MacCready, it’s me.
Mr Deveraux,
you’ve really chapped my ass
and I’ve had
just about enough.
(Frank)
Where’s my son?
He’s here.
He’s fine.
So’s the girl.
Now, if you wanna
keep them that way, well,
you know, you just–
I wanna talk to my son!
Shut up, boy!
I’ll cut both
their jugular veins!
(MacCready)
How’d that be, huh?
No, no, no.
You know Winterhaven?
What?
Winterhaven. The ski resort.
Donner Pass. Route 89.
Yeah, yeah.
Just get up here
with the stuff at dawn.
It’s on the way.
If you like this stuff,
believe me, you will,
maybe we can set up
a regular pipeline.
Maybe.
Yeah. Maybe, yeah.
Gasoline mixed with detergent.
Bathtub napalm.
Guaranteed to get out
the spots.
Damn it.
It’s okay, I got it.
I got it. I got it.
Man, oh, man, Nicky.
All those years, man,
I thought you were dead
and it was my fault.
I tried to…
Well, I just couldn’t.
(Nick)
Frank, my life changed,
but it didn’t stop.
But still,
part of me was missing.
I don’t know.
Like there were two Nicks.
One before
and one after that day.
[sighs]
I wanted to be…
home.
To come home.
It’s funny.
I knew I had to find you
so I could say:
“Hey, I forgive you.
Move on.”
But you know,
it wasn’t just for you,
it was for me, too.
[gunfire]
[all laughing]
(Tector)
Yeah.
(Lyle)
Goddamn,
that thing’s got more holes
than my daddy’s rubber.
[Lyle whooping]
(Tector)
I didn’t know Daddy
wore a rubber.
(Slag)
Damn!
[footsteps]
Come on!
[gunfire]
Move over, will you?
Jesus.
[water trickling]
[gasping]
Where is the kid?
[mumbling]
In the man’s suite.
He’s in the man’s suite.
Kill him! Kill him!
Come on, shoot him!
Okay!
[groaning]
No.
Come on.
Nice shooting, Tector.
(Tector)
Hey, now. Come on,
brother Lyle.
[groaning]
Frank, behind you.
[gunfire]
Frank!
[gunfire]
[cymbals crashing]
[gasping]
[feedback from microphone]
[footsteps]
(man)
Oh, shit! Where is he?
Stop! Stop!
Stop that firing!
[whispering]
Do you see him?
I can’t see a thing.
That’s where I live.
Here, you sons of bitches!
[groaning]
Hey, just wait a minute.
We cut a deal.
Yeah, if you ever
get that stuff away from
the blind man,
find yourself
another buyer.
You’re fixing
to make a grievous error,
sonny boy.
Do it.
Fire in the hole.
Knock, knock.
Well, well, well.
Mr Blind Man.
You’re positively
an incredible human being.
You’re a walking advertisement
for hiring the handicapped.
[laughing]
(MacCready)
No.?
Why don’t you drop the cane
before you cut yourself?
Before I put
this boy’s brains
in that lady’s lap.
Drop it!
Now we can
do some business.
That’s right.
Now, just put that
over here on the table.
Open it.
Mr Parker, there’s someone
I’d like you to meet.
Oh,
nice guy, I hope.
Everybody’s trying
to kill me lately.
[crunching apple]
Mmm-hmm. Hmm?
[grunting]
[grunting]
Nick, he’s trying…
Shh, Frank, shut up.
Relax, boy.
I paid a lot of money
to see this.
[grunting]
[grunting]
Japanese, huh?
Oh! Oh!
[grunting]
[gasping]
Not bad for a blind man.
Uncle Nick!
[groaning]
Unreasonable men
make life so difficult.
Yeah. I told you
that that butter knife
wouldn’t stop no bullet.
[groaning]
[grunting]
[groaning]
[grunting]
Uncle Nick, catch!
[groaning]
(Frank)
…a great Italian place
in North Beach
called Little Joe’s.
Rain or shine
there’s always a line.
What do you want to see first
when we get there, buddy?
Alcatraz.
Alcatraz?
(Annie)
Hey, honey, what do you say
we look for someplace
with a great big
old backyard?
Here you go, Bill.
You give him the tickets.
(driver)
Yep.g all the way?
Great. Francisco.
All the way
to Alcatraz.
Thank you.d trip.
(announcer)
trans continental
bus number 14

now boarding at kerbside
for Truckee, Tahoe City,
Auburn, Carmichael,
Sacramento, Napa Valley,
Fremont, and San Francisco.
[announcer
continues chattering]
Uncle Nick, wait up!
Where’re you going?
We’re about to leave.
Uh, Bill. You go ahead.
You’re coming with.
Go back to your dad.
But I need you.
Listen…
[sobbing]
I’m very,
very fond of you,
but you gotta
do me one favour.
Go back to your dad.
Now, come on.
Come on.
Come on.
You’ll miss the bus.
[car horns honking]
Uncle Nick!
Uncle Nick!
I need you.
Uncle Nick!
I hate you!
[sobbing]
I hate you.
I hate you.
Uncle Nick,
I’m gonna miss you.
(Frank)
Billy?
Hi, Dad.
[tapping]

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