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– [Leon] You know it was
a good idea coming up here one day before opening. You know, get away from
things for a while, forget about everything, spend a bit of time
together in peace and quiet. – Yeah, we really need it
for our (speaks faintly). – [Leon] Yeah. I agree. (mumbles) Right. (light music) Sweetheart, just gonna go next door, okay. – Okay, perfect. (light music) – Mmm, honey. (lips smacking) I love you honey. – [Leon] I love you too. – Perfect time that we have,
some time for ourselves, hmm, what do you say?
– [Leon] Been a while. – Oh yeah, we really need it. – [Leon] We do, we do. – Lucky we are here. – [Leon] Yeah. – Only the two of us. – [Leon] That’s it,
just me and you darling. – Only the two of us. Perfect. (doorbell ringing) – [Leon] Wait, who the hell is that? – I don’t know. (doorbell ringing) – [Leon] But we’re still closed. (knocking) Ada! – Hi! Close the door quickly. It’s giving me the creeps. Hey, Claire! – Hello. – Hi, honey. This is adorable. Has Jill arrived? – Well she called from her car, she said she’ll come here any minute. – Oh, okay (mumbles). – Well, over there. – [Leon] Nice weekend. – Yeah. – [Leon] Together you said. – Well, yep. Kind of. Sorry. – [Leon] (sighs) Well that’s that then. – Well, not quite. – [Leon] (sighs) I’m trapped here. My agent, my editor. You trapped me here, that’s what you did. – I didn’t do anything. It’s not my fault. – [Leon] It doesn’t
matter, it doesn’t matter. Don’t give me those looks. – Come on. It’s for your own good. – [Leon] Oh, who’s that now? Oh, this is turning out
to be a fantastic weekend. – Hey! – [Leon] Hi. – Some candy. Am I late? – No you’re not! – [Claire] Hi! – [Jill] It’s a great place! – [Claire] So you like it? – [Jill] Oh yeah. – [Leon] Want to sit down? – Yeah, thank you, I’ll plop down. – [Leon] Have a seat. – [Jill] Thanks. – [Leon] Shall I start with these, or shall I wait till later? – Oh let’s wait til later. May I help? – No don’t worry. – Oh thank you so much. – You’re welcome honey. – [Leon] See if I remember
correct you’re a vegetarian. – Yeah I am. You? No. – [Leon] No. It’s too much effort. – Well, (mumbles). Most candies and old sweethearts, so. – That’s nice. Has Ada arrived? – Yes, she’s in the bathroom. – Nice. – We should wait for her. – Yeah. – Hi. All right. Let’s do this. (suspenseful music) (groaning) – [Claire] Oh no, Leon. – It’s fine. I need to protect you from me now. – Look at me Leon. Look at me Leon. You can write again. It’s written in the book that you’re gonna come here, and find your muse. You just have to look inside of you, okay? (exciting music) – Hey you know what? It was a good idea coming up
here one day before opening. Forget everything for a few days, spend a bit of time together, huh? Just me and you, peace and quiet. – ]Claire] Yeah, we really
need this for our brains. – See there’s me, making a mess of everything as usual. Okay, sweetheart. Okay. I’m gonna go next door. I’m just gonna grab some stuff, I’ll be back. – [Claire] Set two glasses. One here. Okay. (humming) Should be fine. – Claire, did they leave
everything they were supposed to in the fridge, ’cause I don’t remember. – [Claire] Well, honey. I love you. – I love you too. (doorbell chimes) (doorbell chimes repeatedly) Who the hell is that? We’re closed, right? – [Claire] Leon. – Maybe someone’s lost. I mean, it’s a small town. – [Claire] Leon, wait. – Ada! – Hi! – Hi. – Hi Claire. – [Claire] Hi honey. – This place is adorable. Has Jill arrived yet? – Um, so the Jill that I know, Jill? – [Claire] Well honey, she called from the car. She said she would be
coming here every minute. – What’s going on here, huh? What’s going on now? Come on. – I’ll let Claire explain. Where can I find a bathroom? – [Claire] It’s over there. – Thanks. – Nice weekend. Together, you said. – [Claire] Well. Maybe I thought we could do something together. (knock at door) – Hey. – Hey. – Here’s some candy. – [Claire] Hey! – Hi! Great place. – [Claire] Thanks. – Brilliant. – [Claire] So, come on. – Thank you. Thank you. – Brilliant! So, I’m trapped here with my
editor and my agent, fantastic. You trapped me here. – [Claire] Yeah, I did. – You trapped me here. You did this. That’s very nice. – Come on, it’s not that bad. – Doesn’t matter, just sit down, it’s fine. Sit down. – It’s really different place. – Thanks. Yeah, we open tomorrow. So, we were gonna come up
here for (clears throat) peace and quiet. Anyway. – Has Ada arrived? – [Claire] Yeah, she’s in the bathroom. – Oh. – Yeah, Ada’s here already. Isn’t she? – [Claire] Yeah. – Let’s do this. (mysterious music) – It works. Come on, write! (grunting) (mysterious music) – Sorry. – Wait. Wait. Wait. Look here. (mysterious music) (knock at door) (mysterious music) – Hey. – [Ada] Hi! Close the door. Giving me the creeps. Aw, Claire! Hi hi. This place is adorable! – Why, thank you. – [Ada] Has Jill arrived yet? – Well, she called from the car. She said she’d be here. – The Jill that I know, Jill, Jill? – Yeah. She called from the car. She said she’ll be here any minute. – Did she? All right. Okay, what’s going on? – [Ada] I will let Claire explain. Honey, where is the restroom? – Right there. – [Ada] Thank you. (shoes clicking) (water running) (hand drier blowing) (door opening) (door closing) All right. Let’s do this. – Look, it’s written in the book. Something about ink. “Because of their simple beliefs,” “they didn’t recognize the
power that lay in the pages,” “and in the ink of the written stories.” What is the ink of the written stories? (mysterious music) – [Leon] Blood. – What? (knock at door) (mysterious music) – [Jill] Hey you. – Hey. – [Jill] Here’s some candy. Am I late? – No, hi! – [Jill] Oh Claire! Great place. – Come on. – [Jill] Thank you. Thanks. (mysterious music) – Brilliant. I’m now trapped between
my agent and my editor. You trapped me here. – Yeah, I did. – [Jill] So, how are you guys? – Well, quite good let’s just say. (mysterious music) – All right. Let’s do this. – [Claire] Okay. (mysterious music) (Leon laughing) – That’s how she cursed the book, it’s written in blood. – She? Who is she, Leon? – [Ada] This book. Three million copies
sold in just 12 weeks. Number one best seller in Europe. Translated in 11 languages, and I will read this
it’s based on this story. Now, your fans, your editor, and of course your lovely agent are wondering, where is the next book? – Ada, I think he’s under
a lot of pressure, really. – [Ada] We’re all under pressure. Also his boss is under pressure, and that boss is wondering
when he’s going to see a return of that half a million he advanced for the
next Leon Kennedy book. – Well, I understand that. I also understand that
creativity is not something that he can just turn on and
off whenever you need it. – [Ada] Oh, spare me, please. – You speak (mumbles). – Okay, I know it’s been awhile. – [Ada] Your deadline
was due six months ago. – Okay, maybe he needs a little more time to get himself back. You know we discovered who he is, right honey? – [Ada] You’re right, honey, but at some point he
needs to get of his ass. – Oh yeah yeah, of course, ’cause you need me to get off my ass to crank up a cash machine, right? – That’s not what we mean. – [Ada] That’s exactly what I mean. Do you remember when you
came to me six years ago with this love manuscript you had? Didn’t I get it published for you? And then, I bought one of the three copies we sold. I believed in you. I didn’t give up on you, and you didn’t either. So, then you came up with this thing about the pseudonym and, boom! All of a sudden, you are the new king of horror. – Ada, you’re making it sound like — – [Ada] Don’t get me wrong! I mean, he’s talented, that’s why that’s so frustrating. – I’m frustrated now, too. I can’t sleep at night. Half the time I wake up
in the middle of the night in hot then cold sweats. – So Leon, what happened? How did it start? – It started (doorbell chimes) — Did you invite someone else? – Oh, come on. – Strange, ’cause I thought we were closed. – [Ada] C’mon guys, you’re acting like kids
during a summer camp. – [Leon] You’re right. We don’t need to know, thanks. – [Ada] There’s no one around here. Are you okay, Leon? – Yeah, I just feel a sort of deja vu. – [Ada] Don’t be silly. Look what I found. – [Claire] This is weird. – [Ada] Not at all. You’re a funny guy. Now it’s clear why you brought us here. Congratulations, everybody! This is Start Again, by Leon Kennedy, also known as John Sheppard. – That’s fantastic! – Baby, I knew they’d sign. – We were so worried. Been busy, after all, huh? – I don’t know where that came from, I didn’t write it. – [Ada] Of course you didn’t. John Sheppard did. (mysterious music) – Don’t open the door. Don’t open the door, Claire! – This book. Three million copies
sold in just 12 weeks. Translated in 11 languages, number one bestseller in Europe. And a movie based on
the story of this book. Now, after two years, your fans, your editor, just wondering where is the next book? – Ada, I think he’s
under a lot of pressure. – We’re all under pressure. And, his boss is also under pressure. The same boss who advanced
half a million dollars for the next book, and just wondering when
he’s going to see a return out of the new Leon Kennedy book. – Well, I understand that, but I also understand
that creativity is not something that you can
just turn on and off whenever you need it. – Spare me, please. – You speak really like a true agent. – [Leon] Okay, all right. I know it’s been awhile. – Your deadline for the
manuscript was six months ago. – Okay, maybe he needs a little more
time to get himself back. You know we discovered who he is, right honey? – Yeah, right right right, that’s all wonderful. But at some point, he needs to get off his ass. – [Leon] Oh right, of course, I have to get off of my ass to crank up a cash machine, right? – [Claire] That’s not what we mean. – That’s exactly what I mean. Do you remember when you
came to me six years ago with this manuscript about love? Didn’t I get it published for you? I mean, three copies sold. One of those, I bought it. Because I believed in you, I didn’t give up on you, and you didn’t give up on yourself. So, you set the literary world on fire, and then overnight you became
the new king of horror. – Ada, you’re making it sound like — – [Ada] Look! I know he’s talented. That’s why this is so frustrating. – [Leon] Frustrating? I’m frustrated now. I can’t sleep at night. I wake and I’m lying in cold sweats. – So, Leon, what happened? How did it start? – [Leon] How did it start? – Are you okay, Leon? – [Leon] Yeah, I’m just
feeling of deja vu. – Don’t be silly. Come on. Look what I found. – This is weird. – No. That’s not weird at all. You’re a funny guy. – [Leon] What? – Well, people, here it is. Start Again. A book by Leon Kennedy, also known as John Sheppard. – Fantastic! – Baby, I knew you needed more time. – Leon has been busy, after all, and we were so worried. – [Leon] I don’t know
where this came from. I didn’t write it. – Of course you didn’t. John Sheppard did. (light music) – [Leon] Oh geez. – [Alice] Nice to meet
you finally, Claire. My name’s Alice. Alice Sheppard. – [Leon] Let her go. – [Alice] You have no idea who I am. Do you? – [Leon] Let her go! – [Alice] I’ve read the book. I’ve read the book just for the end. But now, a deal’s come to an end, and I’m here to destroy your world. – [Claire] What is she
talking about, Leon? – [Alice] Sure, Claire. You think your lovely
Leon is a gifted novelist? Do you have idea why he
has this writing block, six years? Because he’s not a gifted writer. He published some stories, and I offered him a chance
to be the best in the world. – [Claire] Is that true, Leon? – [Leon] I made a mistake. I’m sorry. – That’s so good. I’m so happy about that. (laughing) – C’mon, let’s read the first pages. – Look, I’m telling you, I didn’t write that book! – Of course you didn’t, John Sheppard did it. All right. Let’s see what’s in the first pages. I can’t wait anymore. “He and his wife escaped” “in a restaurant for a long weekend,” “and started cooking the
meal for themselves.” “His purpose was simple,” “he needed to rediscover his muse.” – Wow, it was biographical, I like it. Maybe simple is not very clear as a word. I think you need something more — – Jill, please. – Okay, go ahead please. – “He believed that the
tranquility would help him,” “but it merely made the signs
inside his head much louder.” “After a year of days
and nights of failure,” “he was visited one
evening by some friends.” – You can really keep a secret. – [Claire] I didn’t do anything. Ha ha. – All right, it’s better to finish. “Everyone was very surprised,” “’cause it was a special
night in a man’s life.” “The supernatural had been
very good to the man,” “to all of them, in fact.” – Cheers to that! – [Claire] Cheers. Cheers. Come on, cheers. To you, and to the new book. – “Yet,” “they, in their infinite wisdom,” “were not prepared for what
happened on that dark day” “to them.” – All right. Ada, that’s enough, okay? – [Claire] No, Leon. – No, no. We stop now, that’s enough. – [Claire] Let her finish reading. – It’s better to finish. C’mon, it’s just getting good. You get to hear what happens next. – I get this. You all did this, didn’t you? Yeah, you all did this. This is just a prank, some stupid prank to get
me to start writing again. – Yeah, but not me, I swear. – Oh yeah, you sure? And the door thing? That was a nice idea. That was great. Well done. – Then, who did it? We didn’t do it. – Well, if you didn’t do it, then who did it then? – [Claire] Honey I promise, we didn’t do anything. – Well, all right all right. Now, listen to this. “Because of their simple beliefs,” “they didn’t recognize the
power that lay in the pages,” “and in the ink” “the story was written in.” “But, soon they would,” “when a suffocating silence settled down” “around the restaurant,” “trapping them inside,” “and sealing their fate forever.” – What the hell is happening? – Calm down. – Okay relax, please, relax. – [Claire] What the hell is going on? – It’s a story, all right? Whatever’s written in here, it’s happening here, out here. (pages turning) – [Claire] “The editor is the first” “to meet his horrible fate.” “The dark day,” “as a man’s literary creation.” – Creation? – Are you saying that your
novel is coming to life? – It’s a book. It’s fiction. – It attacks a small town, it’s an infection. – Okay, so what happens next? – You were reading it. – So what does that mean? – The silence, it overwhelms you. You become, it’s one shared thought, one shared desire, the thirst for blood, that’s what it is. – [Claire] Okay, okay, but how to fight silence with noises? – It’s a book! It’s fiction! – I don’t think so, not anymore. (crying) – [Claire] Answer me Jill. Jill! – Just don’t worry about her now, we need to leave this place. (banging) (banging) (banging) – Jill? Are you okay? – Doesn’t matter what you do. The book is coming to life. – It’s what’s written in the book. What the hell does that mean? – I have no idea. I don’t know. I don’t know what that book is. – We need to destroy that book. It’s our only chance. – [Claire] Oh my God! How is that possible? – Move, move, move! – This isn’t happening! – [Claire] If everything
that is written in this book is happening, we should find out what happens next. – “And everything returned
to the way it had been.” – [Claire] Thankfully, fine. – “Thankfully, fine.” – [Claire] What does that mean? (space sounds) – [Leon] She tricked me, Claire. – [Alice] I wrote the book
that made him a superstar. After all that, after all that I gave him, after all that I did for him, he still wouldn’t leave you. Why, Leon? – [Leon] ‘Cause I loved Claire. – [Alice] Yeah, I know. But he’s supposed to love me. His love for you, Claire. It’s so powerful. Committed so, I cursed you all for the eternity. – [Leon] I made a mistake. I made a mistake, I’m sorry. I escaped from her, and I stole her book. – [Claire] Why did you do that? – [Leon] She’s infected. – [Ada] What? – [Leon] Aw Jesus, she’s turning! It was set in the book. Everything’s written in the book, she’s turning. (suspenseful music) I wrote that. That’s what I wrote in the book. That’s what happens, she’s infected. The darkness, it comes in as silence, but it fears the light. Claire, quick! Grab the torch! (Leon grunting and yelling) (grunting) (Leon groaning) Get her in the bathroom, quick! Ah! Jesus! – It’s not working! – [Leon] Quick! Lock her in, now! Lock her in! (breathing heavily) (knocking at door) – What’s gonna happen to Jill? – [Leon] The darkness will overwhelm her. It infects you from the inside, and it devours you. – We need to get out of here. Can we make it to our car? – [Leon] No, we’ll never make it in time. – So what do we do? We just stay here? (growling) – How strong? How strong is the darkness? (light music) – [Leon] It’s unstoppable. In the book, it’s that simple. The wall, it’s impossible to destroy the darkness, it’ll destroy everyone and everything. – Can in fact it be killed? – [Leon ] Yeah, I suppose. – Hey, we’re talking about Jill here. – You have to understand, that thing is not Jill anymore. – [Leon] Fine. Fine! Be my guest! – Shit! What are we gonna do now? Are we just gonna stay
here until the darkness kills us all? – [Leon] No, we survive. We wait for someone to find us, and they open the door from the outside. – I don’t think anybody
will come here soon. We have to find a different solution. Is there anything at all we are overlooking? Anything at all? – [Leon] It’s my fault, okay? All right, it’s my fault. – It’s not your fault. The book is the problem. Think about it. It’s not you, the book is the problem. Everything is written there comes to life, let’s see what — – [Leon] That’s it! That’s it! That’s it! Everything that’s written is
written in the past, right? – Yeah. – [Leon] So if I write it again, if I write the book again. – You can change the ending. – [Leon] Yes. – Oh! Right! So changing the end, that is your big plan. – [Leon] Yes. – This can’t be real. I’m almost killed by a novel, that’s just nuts. (screaming and banging on door) (screaming) – [Leon] Move! Move! (banging on door) (heavy breathing) – “And everything returns
to the way that it had been” “at ten a.m.,” “that January,” “the cold 29.” – [Ada] Writing that fucking
book again is a good idea. – Okay. Where’s the book? – Oh, we left it out there. – Okay, I’ll go get it then. – No, you cannot go out there. – Yeah, right. Alternatives? – We don’t have any. – It’ll be fine. Okay? The lights. (Claire screams) – [Leon] Shit. The lights are still on in the restaurant. They’ll disorient it for a little bit. That’ll give me enough
time to get the book. All right? – [Claire] Leon, please don’t go. – [Leon] Shit. – [Claire] Please. – [Leon] Fucking light, ah shit. All right, listen. All right, keep this. Just keep it for light. What I’m gonna do with this? I’m gonna cook him? Brilliant, okay fine. Keep the light. Wait for someone. If they come and they open the door, you’ll be all right. All right. – Please don’t go. Please! Don’t go. – [Leon] I’ve gotta go. – [Claire] Don’t go, please. – [Leon] I’m going to go. – [Claire] Please don’t go. Don’t go, please. (arguing) (heavy breathing) (monster grunting) – [Leon] Ah, shit. (screaming, grunting) (grunting) (grunting, tables crashing) (heavy breathing) (sirens blaring outside) (heavy breathing) – Leon! Leon, is that you? Can you hear me, Leon? Leon! (grunting) Leon! Honey, is that you? Ada, let’s get out of here. – [Leon] Move, move! (screaming) (suspenseful music) (piano music) (suspenseful music) – [Leon] You know, it was a good idea coming up
here one day before opening. You know? Get away from things for awhile. Forget about everything. Spend a bit of time together, in peace and quiet. – [Claire] Yeah, we really
need this for our brain. – [Leon] I agree. All right. (suspenseful music) Sweetheart, I’m just gonna go next door, ‘kay? – Okay. (suspenseful music) – [Claire] Glasses. Here. ‘Kay. (humming) Should be some wine. – Claire, can you think of everything that was supposed to go in the fridge, ’cause I don’t remember. – [Claire] Oh honey. I love you, honey. – [Leon] I love you too. – Perfect time that we have
some time for ourselves. What do you say? – [Leon] Been a while. – Oh yeah. We really need it. – [Leon] Okay, we do. – Lucky we are here. Only the two of us. – [Leon] That’s it. Just me and you darling. – Only the two of us. Perfect. (doorbell chimes) – [Leon] Who the hell is that? – I don’t know. – [Leon] But we’re still closed. – [Claire] Leon. Leon, wait. (suspenseful music) – [Leon] Ada. – Hi! Close the door, quickly! Too much, it’s giving me the creeps. Hi, Claire! This place is adorable! – Why thank you. – [Ada] Is Jill around yet? – Well, she called from the car, she said she would be here — – Jill that I know, Jill, Jill? – Yeah. She called from the car. She said she’ll be here any minute. – Did she. Okay, what’s going on? – [Ada] I will let Claire explain. Honey, where’s the restroom? Thank you. – Nice weekend. Together, you said. – [Claire] Well. Maybe, I thought we could do something together. (knock at door) – [Jill] Hey you. – Hey. – [Jill] Here’s some candy. Am I late? – No, hi! – [Jill] Ah, Claire. Great place. – Thanks. Come on. – [Jill] Thank you. – Make yourself comfortable. – [Jill] Thanks. – Brilliant. Now I’m trapped between my agent and my editor. You trapped me here, it’s your fault. – Yeah, I did. – [Jill] So, how are you guys? – Well, quite good, let’s just say. – It’s a really neat place. – Thanks. Yeah, we open tomorrow. So, we were gonna come up here for (clears throat) peace and quiet. Anyway. – Has Ada arrived? – [Claire] Yeah, she’s in the bathroom. – Yeah, Ada’s here already. Isn’t she? – [Claire] Yeah. – Hi. All right. Let’s do this. (mysterious music) – [Ada] This book. Three million copies
sold in just 12 weeks. Number one bestseller in Europe. Translated in 11 languages, and a movie that is based on the story. Now, your fans, your editor, and of course, your lovely agent, are wondering, where is the next book? – Ada, I think he’s under
a lot of pressure really. – [Ada] We’re all under pressure. Also his boss is under pressure. That boss is wondering
when he’s going to see a return of that half a million he advanced for the
next Leon Kennedy book. – Well, I understand that, but I also understand that
creativity is not something that you can just turn on
and off whenever you need it. – [Ada] Oh, spare me, please. – You speak like a true agent. – Okay look, all right. I know it’s been awhile. – [Ada] Your deadline
was due six months ago. – Maybe he needs a little bit more time to get himself back. You know we discovered who he is, right honey? – [Ada] You’re right honey, but at some point, he needs to get off his ass. – Oh yeah, yeah, of course, ’cause you need me to get off my ass to crank up a cash machine, right? – That’s not what we mean. – [Ada] That’s exactly what I mean. Do you remember when you
came to me six years ago with this love manuscript you had? Didn’t I get it published for you? Then, I bought one of
the three copies we sold. I believed in you, I didn’t give up on you, and you didn’t either. So, then you came up with this thing about the pseudonym, and boom! All of a sudden, you are the new king of horror. – Ada, you’re making it sound like — – [Ada] Don’t get me wrong! I mean, he’s talented. That’s why that’s so frustrating. – I’m frustrated now too. I can’t sleep at night. Half the time, I wake up in the middle of the
night in hot and cold sweats. – So, Leon, what happened? How did it start? – It started, I decided that it wasn’t gonna be — (knock at door) – Did you invite someone else? – Oh, come on. – Strange, ’cause I thought we were closed. – [Ada] C’mon guys, we’re acting like kids
during a summer camp. – [Leon] Yeah right. Anyway, we don’t need to know, thanks. – [Ada] There’s no one around here. Are you okay, Leon? – Yeah, I just feel a sort of deja vu. – Silly, come on. Look what I found. (mysterious music) That’s not weird at all. You’re a funny guy. – [Leon] What? – Well, people, here it is! Start Again, a book by Leon Kennedy, also known as John Sheppard. – Fantastic! – Baby, I knew you needed more time. – He has been busy after all, and we were so worried. – [Leon] I don’t know
where this came from, I didn’t write it. – Of course you didn’t, John Sheppard did. (mysterious music) – [Alice] Nice to meet
you finally, Claire. My name’s Alice, Alice Sheppard. – [Leon] Let her go. – [Alice] She’ll have no idea who I am. Do you? – [Leon] Let her go! – [Alice] I’ve read the book. I’ve read the book, just not the end. But now, a deal’s come to an end, and I’m here to destroy your world. – [Claire] What is she
talking about, Leon? – [Alice] You think your lovely
Leon is a gifted novelist? Do you have idea why he
has this writing block, six years? Because he’s not a gifted writer. He published some stories, and I offer him a chance to
be the best in the world. – [Claire] Is that true, Leon? – [Leon] I made a mistake. I’m sorry. – That’s so good, I’m so happy about that. (laughing) – C’mon, let’s read the first pages. – Look, I’m telling you, I didn’t write that book! – Of course you didn’t, John Sheppard did it. All right. Let’s see what’s in the first pages. I can’t wait anymore. “He and his wife escaped in a restaurant” “for a long weekend,” “and started cooking the
meal for themselves.” “His purpose was simple,” “he needed to rediscover his muse.” – Wow, it’s biographical. I like it. Maybe simple is not very clear as a word. I think you need something more — – Jill, please. – Okay, go ahead please. – “He believed that the
tranquility would help him,” “but it merely made the signs
inside his head much louder,” “after a year of days
and nights of failure.” “He was visited one
evening by some friends.” – You can really keep a secret (laughing). – [Claire] I didn’t do anything. Ha ha. – It’s better to finish. “Everyone was very surprised,” “’cause it was a special
night in a man’s life.” “The supernatural had been
very good to the man,” “to all of them, in fact.” – Cheers to that. – [Claire] Cheers. Cheers. C’mon, cheers. To you, and to the new book. – “Yet, they, in their infinite wisdom,” “were not prepared for what
happened on that dark day” “to them.” – All right. Ada, that’s enough, ‘kay? – [Claire] No, Leon. – No no, we stop now. That’s enough. – [Claire] Let her finish reading. – It’s better to finish. C’mon, it’s just getting good. We get to hear what happens next. – Ah ha, I get this. You all did this, didn’t you? Yeah, you all did this. This is just a prank, some stupid prank to get
me to start writing again. – Yeah, but not me, I swear. – Oh yeah, you sure? And the door thing, that was a nice idea. That was great. Well done. – Then, who did it? We didn’t do it. – Well, if you didn’t do it, then who did it then? – [Claire] Honey, I promise, we didn’t do anything. – Well, all right, all right. Listen to this. “Because of their simple beliefs,” “they didn’t recognize the
power that lay in the pages,” “and in the ink the story was written in.” “But, soon they would,” “when a suffocating silence settled down” “around the restaurant,” “trapping them inside,” “and sealing their fate forever.” – What the hell is happening? – Calm down. – Okay relax, please, relax. – [Claire] What the hell is going on? – Look, it’s the story, all right? Whatever written in here, it’s happening here, out here. (pages turning) – [Claire] “The editor
is the first to meet” “his horrible fate.” “The dark day, as a
man’s literary creation.” – Creation? – Are you saying that your
novel is coming to life? – It’s a book, it’s fiction. – It attacks a small town, it’s infection. – Okay so, what happens next? – You were reading it. – So, what does that mean? – The silence, it overwhelms you. You become, it’s one shared thought, one shared desire, this desire, this thirst for blood, that’s what it is. – [Claire] Okay okay, but how to fight silence? With noises? – It’s a book, it’s fiction. – I don’t think so. Not anymore. Oh my God. – [Claire] Answer me, Jill. Jill. – Just don’t worry about her now, we need to leave this place. (banging) (banging) (banging) (banging) (banging) – Jill? Are you okay? – Doesn’t matter what you do. The book is coming to life. – It’s what’s written in the book. What the hell is that thing? – I have no idea. I don’t know. I don’t know what the fuck that book is. – We need to destroy that book, it’s our only chance. – [Claire] Oh my God! How is that possible? – Move, move! – This is not happening! – Move! – [Claire] Okay, if everything
that is written in this book is happening, we should find out what happens next. – “And everything returned
to the way it had been.” – [Claire] Thankfully, fine. – “Thankfully, fine.” – [Claire] What does that mean? (loud, grunting voice) – [Leon] She tricked me, Claire. – [Alice] I wrote the book
that made him a superstar. After all that, after all that I gave him, after all that I did for him, he still wouldn’t leave you. Why, Leon? – [Leon] ‘Cause I loved Claire. – [Alice] Yeah, I know. But he’s supposed to love me. The love for you, Claire, is so powerful. I committed so, I cursed you all for the eternity. – [Leon] I made a mistake. I made a mistake, I’m sorry. I escaped from her, and I stole her book. – [Claire] And why did you do that? – [Leon] She’s infected. – What? – [Leon] Aw, Jesus! She’s turning! It was said in the book. Everything’s written in the book, she’s turning. (mysterious music) I wrote that, that’s what I wrote in the book. That’s what happens. She’s infected. The darkness, it comes in as silence, but it fears the light. Claire, quick! Grab the torch! (mysterious music) (Leon grunting and groaning) Oh God, Jesus! (grunting and groaning) Get her in the bathroom, quick! Ah! Jesus! – It’s not working! – [Leon] Quick! Lock her in, now! Lock her in! (heavy breathing) – What’s gonna happen to Jill? – [Leon] The darkness will overwhelm her. It infects you from the inside, and it devours you. – We need to get outta here. – Can we make it to our car? – [Leon] No, we’ll never make it in time. – So what do we do? We just stay here? (monster growling) – Oh, how strong? How strong is the darkness? (light music) – [Leon] It’s unstoppable. In the book, it’s unstoppable. The wall, it’s impossible to destroy. The darkness, it will destroy
everyone and everything. – [Ada] Can infected be killed? – [Leon] Yeah, I suppose. – Hey, you are talking about Jill here. – You have to understand, that thing is not Jill anymore. – [Leon] Fine. Fine! Be my guest. – Shit! What are we gonna do now? Are we just gonna stay here
until the darkness kills us all? – [Leon] No, we survive. We wait for someone to find us, and they open the door from the outside. – I don’t think anybody
will come here soon. We have to find a different solution. Is there anything at all, we are overlooking? Anything at all? – [Leon] It’s my fault, all right? Okay, it’s my fault. – It’s not your fault. It’s the book the problem. I mean, think about it. It’s not you. The book is the problem. Everything is written there comes to life. Let’s see what — – [Leon] That’s it! That’s it! That’s it! Everything that’s written is
written in the past, right? So if I write it again, if I write the book again … – You can change the ending. – [Leon] Yes! – All right! So changing the end, that is your big plan. – [Leon] Yes. – This can’t be real. I’m almost killed by a novel. That’s just nuts. (Jill screaming and banging) (screaming) – [Leon] Move, move! (banging on door) (monster breathing heavily) – “And everything returns
to the way that it had been” “at 10 a.m. the January,” “the cold 29.” – [Ada] Writin’ that fuckin’
book again is a good idea. – Okay. Where’s the book? – Well, we left it out there. – Okay, I’ll go get it then. – No, you cannot go out there. – Yeah right, and alternatives? – We don’t have any. – It’ll be fine. It’ll be fine, okay? The lights, the lights. (Claire screams) Shit. The lights are still on in restaurant. They’ll disorient it for a little bit. It’ll give me enough time
to get the book, all right? – [Claire] Leon, please don’t go. Please. – [Leon] Shit. Fucking lights. Aw, shit. All right, listen. All right, keep this. Just keep it for light. What I’m gonna do with this, I’m gonna cook him. Brilliant. Okay fine. Keep the light. Wait for someone. If they come and open the door, then you’ll be all right. All right. – [Claire] Please don’t go. Please! Don’t go, please. – [Leon] I’ve gotta go, I’ve gotta go. – [Claire] No, please. – [Leon] I’m going to go. – [Claire] Please don’t go. Don’t go, please. – [Leon] I’ve gotta go. – [Claire] Don’t go, please. (heavy breathing) (monster breathing heavily) – [Leon] Aw, shit. (Jill screaming) (grunting) (grunting) (tables crash) (Leon breathing heavy) (sirens blaring outside) (heavy breathing) – Leon! Leon, is that you? Can you hear me, Leon? Leon! (grunting) Leon. Honey, is that you? Ada, let’s get out of here. – [Leon] Move move. Adjust. Die! (Jill choking) – [Ada] Are you okay, Leon? – Yeah, I … Just feel a sort of deja vu. – [Ada] Don’t be silly. (light music) – Nice to meet you finally, Claire. My name’s Alice. Alice Sheppard. You have no idea who I am, do you? I’ve read the book just for the end. But now, a deal’s come to an end, and I’m here to destroy your world. Do you think your lovely
Leon is a gifted novelist? Do you have idea why he
has this writing block, six years? Because he’s not a gifted writer. He published some stories, and I offer him a chance to
be the best in the world. (light music) I wrote the book that
made him a superstar. After all that. After all that I gave him, after all that I did for him, he still wouldn’t leave you. (light music) But, his love for you, Claire, it’s so powerful. I couldn’t beat it, so I cursed you all for the eternity. (light music)

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