Oh, stop it, mama.
Come on, now. Where's your comb?
I bought that house over off Peachtree
when I was pregnant with you.
I was so proud of that house.
It wasn't much, but it was mine.
Built a porch swing and tended a little garden
that was just right out front.
I baked up a storm on that old stove.
You know the ones that you had to light with a long match?
And one winter uncle Clyde came by
and said he needed a place to stay,
just till he got on his feet, he said.
Can't turn your back on your family.
And then, one day I woke up in the middle of the night.
I don't know what it was.
I-I-I just woke up.
I walked down the hall to look in on you,
And Clyde, he came out of your room,
and I knew what he had done.
He was a big man.
Loved his liquor and his hooch.
Smoked three packs of cigarettes a day,
was always stinking up the house with cigarette smoke.
All the time, he would just fall asleep on the couch,
a cigarette hanging out his mouth.
I'd go by and put it out.
Then one night, not too long after,
he fell asleep on the couch drunk as a skunk,
that cigarette hanging out of his mouth.
I got you and your brothers and sisters out of bed,
and we went over to aunt Mabel's to sleep.
And that night, that house that I loved so much
burned to the ground,
and your uncle Clyde
burned right with it.
Oh, I know how -- how you've been torturing yourself
about what went on here, baby.
And maybe you did something real bad --
I don't know and don't much care if you did.
I know if you did, you had your reason.
'Cause sometimes you got to do what you got to do...
even if all you've got is a long match
and a very flammable hooch.
I'm really proud of you.
You didn't have one drink. And we were at a bar!
I told you.
You don't need to worry about me anymore.
不 不要这样 小醉鬼
No, none of that, drunky.
No. We've waited long enough.
I want to be boyfriends again.
And I want you to take all this off.
Bring me that hot ass.
停下 停下 停下
Hey. Stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop.
I want this...
I really do.
When you're sober.
I love you.
I've been in Paris, getting my degree in art history.
We don't have our parents, and our grandmother,
she didn't want to worry me.
She just thought he was just really swamped with school,
and Rudy's always been very private.
We're not that close,
but when I didn't hear from him over the holidays,
that's when I told my husband we had to come straightaway.
The police told us he was here.
We require our guests to show identification.
Let's go find your brother.
Shouldn't you be in class, Miss Pratt?
I didn't know if you'd be able to make it,
so I came so I could report everything that happened.
How are we supposed to be okay with this?
Injustices happen in courtrooms every day in this country.
- You never bat an eye. - But --
The only difference here
is you think you had a direct hand in this one.
Which means it's my job to fix it.
Now go before anyone sees you.
Guess what, young man.
You have visitors.
Rudy, did you hear me?
It's so great to see you.
What happened to him?
某种精神创伤 先天的 毒品引起的
Some trauma, genetics, drugs,
combo of all.
You never really know.
I'll give you some time together.
Pleading not guilty, pretending you didn't do this.
The grieving widow? Really?
I figured you'd come up with a more original way to play this.
You think I did this to you?
How stupid would I have to be?
Just enough to think I'd fall for it.
You had Frank plant the ring in the woods.
Was it your ego?
Is that why you did this?
Because you got fired looking into Sam?
Or was it for me?
Because you love me?
So much so, you hated the idea of any other man having me?
Either way, thank you.
That bastard deserved the grave.
How about when the police came?
Do you remember why they came to get you?
Were you with anyone?
Someone you were doing drugs with, maybe?
Is that why you got upset?
What about this?
You know her, right?
Her name's Rebecca.
Was she with you that night?
Did you do drugs together?