What Dreams May Come CD2 1998
I swear that California is the strangest place.
They sort of push you into it so you can get it done before your shrink commits you.
Thoughtful legislation there.
Mine is suspicious.
Another week, he might commit me. For my own safety.
I had the husband lover I was meant to have.| Two spectacular children.
Blessings no one would dare expect from anything as our victorious life.
And the truth is, simply…
that it's over.
Just this one loose end to ravel up.
I don't get to say goodbye. You're dead and I blew that.
I don't get to say goodbye.
But I'll tell you what
-across whatever distance there is,
I send you my love.
Hey. Where were you? Far away.
I got called back, when I was working.
There are no words to thank you.
For finding Marie.
Is she okay? Marie's fine.
You'll see her again, real soon. She sends her love
We're gonna go through something very hard right now.
I'm with you. You're not alone.
Chris, Annie is dead.
She killed herself.
-It's nothing I'd ever expected.
Like I said, you don't know us.
Is that kind of an occupational hazard of soul mates?
One is not much without the other?
He, but she's okay.
You know. Because her pain is over.
You don't understand. She won't cling like I did.
You don't understand. When do I see her?
You'll never see her. She's a suicide, suicides go somewhere else.
What are you punishing her for?| No, it's not punishment.
She's suffered enough so much pain.| There are no judges or crimes here.
Everybody is equal. It's just reality and the way things work!
And the reality is suicides go to hell?| No goddamn judgement in that!
You wanna fight.
You can hide from it or you can understand it.
What you call “Hell” is for those who don't know they're dead.
They can't realise what they've done or what's happened in them.
Too self-absorbed in life that they build this world-Self-absorbed?!
That doesn't apply to Annie, all right?
No, it doesn't.
Suicides are different.
Suicides don't go to hell because they're immoral or selfish.| They're going for a very different reason.
Each of us has an instinct that there's a natural order to our journey.
And Annie has violated that. She won't face it.
She won't realise, accept what she's done.
And she will spend eternity playing that out.
You're still saying she's in hell. Everybody's hell is different.
It's not all fire and pain.
The real hell is your life gone wrong.
I'm her soul mate. I can find her.
You don't understand how-It's not about understanding!
It's about not giving up.
You said there were no rules. How about that purple tree, sport.
You were pretty surprised when that one came through of me, huh?
Hey, if there're no rules, how can you say all suicides are the same?
I can't. That's a rule. I can't. Okay.
And how can you say that Annie can't realise she's dead.
I can't. Okay. We and all the others have seen it.
No one has ever seen a suicide brought back!
Stick around, chief. You ain't seen nothing yet.
Okay, look. You deserve your change.
We'll find us a tracker.
Hey! This the guy who doesn't give up?
Anyone ever tell you too much persistence can get stupid?
Constantly. I hear the same thing.
I also hear I read too slow. I don't need glasses.
My eyes being a figment of my imagination.
You'll hear a lot of smart stuff around here. It's usually right.
Don't let it screw you up. I won't.
Your wife love you as strong?
We'll find her.
But when you find her…nothing will make her recognise you.
Nothing will break her denial. It's stronger than her love.
In fact, reinforced by her love.
You can say everything you long to say. Including goodbye.
Even if she can't understand it.
Then you'll have the satisfaction that you didn't give up.
That has to be enough. You just get me there.
I'll decide what's enough.
When do we leave?
Close your eyes.
Albert's a sweet kid. He is that.
There's a tenderness I never knew in life.
I guess it's because I knew him when he was young.
Were you proud of your own kids?
Of course. Oh, well, that's an easy bullshit answer.
Put some thought behind it. I said “Of course”.
I like this sore point.
It's juice, juice is strong. It connects.
Makes you a better receiver for Annie.
She's sort of the transmitter, sending thoughts of you.
What did you do when you were alive? You mean the last time?
Sure, we can go back and get reborn. But only if we choose to.
Last trip, I was on the same line of work-You were a shrink!
Oh, my God. You're expecting physical danger?
What could it do, kill you, huh?
No, in hell, there's real danger.
Of losing your mind.
Because he's drowning, that's why.
He's thirteen years old.
I know. He needs to hang out with his friends. That's what he needs.
He needs to veg out in front of the television, |he needs for once in his life to read a fucking book
that he actually likes! |What you're saying is, he's going though all of this,
so he won't let me down? |No, it's actually worse than that.
He's so into you so deep, he thinks he's letting himself down.
You say something he can't and then him think he's shit. |No. How sick is that?
How can you take me out of my school?
How can you just blew me out? This is-this is my life!
Don't you think I can make it?
I mean, if I-If I really dig in---Yeah, but you gotta show me
some more, okay, buddy? Come on!
You're blowing it, Ian! I'm not you!
What is this place? This is the gateway to hell.
How are we doing? Picking up any signals?
Actually, not a ripple.
That's because I was thinking about somebody else.
It's a slap in the face when you walk through a door
and you all these kids taking a |test and they're just breezing through it.
And for you it just…kinda goes.
Every day I see, how I'm not as good as you
and everyone else.
But that doesn't mean I give up.
How do you feel?
More than I want you in and out of some school,
I want to know how you feel when you go to bed at night.
I know I believe in you.
If I was going through fucking hell,
I'd only want one person in the goddamn world by my side.
Ian never got to know.
The man, he was growing up to be.
He's a good-looking, clear-eyed young fella,
I could see him.
He's a type of guy that men want to be around.
Because he has integrity, you know?
He has character. You can't fake that.
And he's a guy women want to be around, too.
Because there' tenderness in him.
And women respond to that.
That's makes him a terrific husband, this guy.
I see him as a father.
That's where he really shines.
See, when he looks in his kids eyes
-and the kid knows that his dad really sees him
-he sees who he is.
Then that child that knows that he's an amazing person.
He's quite a guy…that I'll never get to meet.
I wish I had.
Let's do it!
Come on, she could be in there!
Don't! Don't…Don't do this! |Your mother is not in there, Ian!
Your mom is not in there, son.
There's not another man I'd go through hell with.
Elevator to hell. Going up.
Come on. So long. Wish us luck.
I'm coming with you. I'm not really giving you a choice.
What are you saying? Ever since you suspected Albert was your son,
you lost all signals of your wife. I'll concentrate harder.
You don't know how. You're all mouth and no chops!
All you're good for is your wife loves you.| And your boy is a devise of distraction.
Damn shrinks! You really love shoving people around, don't you!
We're going up. This is his last chance.
He's never been in such a place. Neither have you.
I've got a better chance by watching one than two.
You want him clear? Screw him, Ian!
He doesn't know us! He's not family!
No! I'm not leaving him!
If he never sees her? Never says goodbye?
We do it without him. We do it together.
Come on, she's your mother, let's go. Dad! No! Listen to me.
When you get there, you don't listen to him.
You find her…
and you bring her back.
You can do it.
I believe in you.
Do you ever think why I chose to be Albert?
He was the only guy you ever listened to.
Listen to me now. Think about mom!
Think about what happened when we died!
Think about what you said to her to bring her back!
Think about mom.
Think about when we died.
I'm teaching myself to smoke.
The doctors call it an affirmation of life.
Well, it beats the statue thing.
You said divorce. You got my attention.
I think that we're too different,
to stay together.
I mean, well, for one thing,
why aren't you in here?
Why didn't you go crazy?
Your children died.
I remember the silence in the house.
I thought I was supposed to be strong.
For me? For me.
For us. Just on general principles.
I loved them, Annie.
But they're gone.
You've got a choice. Life either goes on…
or not. And you choose life.
Sometimes, when you win, you lose.
This hasn't been really a good day.
C'mon. It's our private deck.
shut up, shut all up.
I never took more than thirty percent from any clients.
This must be the place.
Mister! I'm here! I'm coming!
Hey, watch where you stepping! Oh, sorry, Excuse me!
Anybody got a cure? No, man!
Welcome, welcome, son. Papa?
Son, son. Papa?
You're close. Welcome.
Are you Klaus.|Welcome.
No. Welcome, welcome.
You're not my dad, sorry.
It's all right, all right.
They'll never come.
Don't worry. It's only a matter of time.
You don't think it looks like a dog?
Sure, you always take the easy ones.
Well, how about that one? |That looks like a complete twenty-for-piece dining set.
With a soup tureen. Yeah, or a bunny rabbit.
A very complex bunny rabbit.
Or a very Rubenesque breast.
Hey. You always think they're breasts. |All different kinds of breasts.
I love them. Yours.
Oh, oh, we're gonna be late for the dance thing! What's the rush?
I know what you're doing.
This is all just a stall. Really? I know why you don't wanna go.
Why don't you try to dance just once?
Other husbands are just as clumsy. Oh, thank you.
It's just that when everybody's dancing I feel like
in a sea of faces.
It's a little expensive, yeah.
But it's our first double D. Shouldn't it be incredible?
I've never seen anything like this. Well, that's my rule.
To bring adventure to your life.
the only thing I should always remember.
Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah…
It was, never give up.
Never give up.
You found her.
That jolt of fear for her. It connected.
My God, is that our house?
Ah! Ah. It's just like our home. Don't you ever think that.
It's an illusion.
The whole place…her illusion.
Suicides can go get tortured, committed to punishing themselves.
You don't want to push her that way. You want to see her.
Tell her what's in your heart. And then go.
No pressure. Wait, wait, wait!
I knew you could get us here. You're a competitor with a big ego.
How do you know the first thing about me? |You called your son Albert.
Who is that? First doctor I interned under.
He was like a father to me. |His words were gold. A brilliant mind.
Yeah. You recall what did he practice before turning to pediatrics?
And he was always, a slow reader.
But these, used to be rimless.
And the rest of me,
used to be black.
You know why we choose to look different?
Me, the children? Package doesn't count? One's as good as the-Oh, no.
The old package has roles of authority. Who's the teacher, who's the father,
gets in the way of who we really are…to each other.
And I've been waiting for years for a chance to watch out for you.
And I'm watching out for you now.
But this isn't like the rest of hell, son.
You've got no defence against Annie.
If you're losing yourself or your soul or being swallowed by hell itself,
if that could possibly save her, |I'd say go for it and I'd be there cheering you on.
You've got your children back now. And they need you.
Three minutes, any more you could lose your mind.
How can you lose your mind? Once her reality becomes yours,
there's really no way back.
Think about mom.
About what you said to her to bring her back.
Your door is open.
I didn't mean to scare you.
Who, who are you?
I'm your neighbour.
I just bought the Gorman's place two months ago.
I just moved in. I never heard they sold their place.
You're Annie Nielsen, right?
They told me a lot about you. |Like what? What did they say?
That you're a very talented artist and work for a museum, right?
And, uh, you're a widow.
Mrs. Gorman admires your roses,
They were so handsome.
But now there's no water pressure in the neighbourhood.
There's no electricity and no gas.
And, and, there're other thing missing, too.
You know, like all my clean cloths and books I want to read.
And, uhm, some of my favorite paintings
I have to work on.
Aaah! Aaah! What is it? They're everywhere now!
I got it!
You're welcome. You say your paintings are missing.
Some of my most precious panels.
The ones that remind me.
Remind me of my husband and my children.
That's why I never leave.
Because they might return?
I hope that's true with all my heart. It's not, you know.
When you're dead, you disappear.
My wife committed suicide after our children died. And After I…
She was the loveliest person.
Don't you think that's sad?
Don't you have to leave? No. But if you want me to go-I do.
The last day I saw my wife
it was our anniversary. |I thought you said you were gonna leave?
In a minute. I was sticking around in case there is another problem.
It wasn't a wedding anniversary. |It was a very special kind of day,
no one else knows about.
I need to talk to you.
And you don't have to respond.
This is a one-way ticket…for me.
My hanging around here is not helping you.
And it's killing me.
So, today is kind of a D-day.
“D” for decision, I guess.
That'd be two D's, wouldn't it?
I stand corrected.
Look what happens when you say anything for a month.
Cindy called. She said everything is waiting, for you.
All the artists and curators will meet with you when you're better.
And I told her,
it was the museum and one of those meetings
that kept you from driving that day.
And if you went back, it'd mean you weren't sorry,
you weren't wrong and you'd betraying your children.
She said you were crazy and I said she was a soulless bitch!
And I hung up on her! That didn't go very well!
What's true in our minds is true.
Whether some people know it or not.
That's when I realised I'm part of the problem.
Not because I remind you. Because I
couldn't join you. So I left you alone.
Don't give up, okay?
Okay. It's okay.
So you reconciled.
That's very romantic.
But she still killed herself.
At the end she gave up. There's nothing wrong with that.
Her husband didn't think so. He was a coward!
Being strong, not giving up,
that was just his place to hide. |He pushed the pain away so hard,
he disconnected himself from the person he loved the most.
Sometimes, when you win, you lose.
When he saw his children again
-I thought you said your children were dead.
You can see the dead. In your dreams. If you want to.
I wanna see Christy.
I can show you. It's not hard.
You know, all you have to do, |it's like painting a picture. We do it together.
Just close your eyes.
Please. Don't be afraid.
Remember where you were married?
Who else would you be marrying in you dreams?
I missed you so.
Annie, this is real.
The man in the garden.
Whoever you are, whatever you are, |did you think you could take him from me?
I'm sorry, babe. There's some things I have to say.
I've only got a few moments left.
I'm sorry for all the things I'll never give you.
I'll never buy you another meatball sub with extra sauce.
And always the big one.
I'll never make you smile.
I just wanted us to be old together.
Just two old farts together laughing |at each other as our bodies fell apart.
Together at the end. By that lake in your painting.
That was our heaven, see?
There's a lots of things to miss.
Oh, God, we had some great ones!
Thank you for those.
Thank you for every kindness.
Thank you for our children.
For the first time I saw them.
Thank you for being someone I was always proud to be with.
For your guts, for your sweetness.
For how you always looked, for how I always wanted to touch you.
God, you were my life.
I apologise for every time I failed you.
Especially this one.
Didn't you think I'd make out there?| You were in there a while.
Took me a while to realise you were right.
Nothing you can do could help her.
This trip was always just for you. Yeah.
Did you come close-To losing it?
Oh, yeah. Pushed it right to the edge.
That's why I had to come out now. I, uh, I'm giving up.
Just not the way you think.
Go home, Al.
Will you tell my children I love them?
And I won't leave their mother.
Where were we headed, baby?
In one minute I won't know you any better than you'll know me.
But we'll be together.
Where we belong.
Good people end up in hell because they can't forgive themselves.
I know I can't.
But I can forgive you.
For killing my children? And my sweet husband?
No. For being so wonderful,|a guy would choose hell over heaven,
just to hang around with you.
Not because I remind you…
but because I couldn't join you.
Sorry I left you alone.
Don't give up, okay?
What happened to this place?
Oh, God! No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.
Don't give up! Don't give up! Don't give up!
Christy! Christy. Don't give up!
Don't, don't, don't, don't give up!
Stay with me, don't give up.
Hey! Remember me?
Sometimes, when you lose,
How did we get here?
Travel here is like everything else.
It's in your mind.
All you have to do is close your eyes.
If you know where you're going…
looks like we did. Where you were…
tried everything. But nothing worked.
you tried trailing me.
What some folks call impossible,
is the stuff they haven't seen before.
Excuse me, lady.
Ready for that surprise?
That's not the surprise.
I want us to grow old together.| Can we do that here?
Mm-hm. I want it all.
As long as it's with you. It will be.
But what about going back?
See, that's the one thing we can't have here.
Finding each other
all over again. Falling in love.
Make different choices.
Try again. Yeah.
Avoid sharp objects.
Don't worry about the kids. They'll be here.
They want us to go.
A whole human life is just a heartbeat here in heaven.
And we'll all be together. Forever. Yeah.
How will I find you? I found you in hell,
don't you think I could find you in Jersey.
I love you.
When I was young...
...I met this beautiful girl by a lake.
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