Don't Look Back

Synopsis: Nora Clark is a children's book writer whose life is at a crossroads. After moving back into the house she inherited from her grandmother, Nora comes to grips with the traumatic memories from her childhood, and takes in an inquisitive, seductive new roommate, Peyton, who is not entirely whom she appears to be.
Genre: Thriller
85 min

with that wad of money you got?

What would I want to buy this piece ofjunk for?

I'm driving a boat in Texas now!

Hey, Morgan.

F*** me a-running.

God damn!


You're lucky you came to see the doctor

because I'm going to fix you right up.

I got your medicine, buddy.

A little cool pop on the rocks.

Nothing like it to settle your stomach.

- Thanks.

- Salud.


Fixing to fight a war?

If I ever have to.


No. Some chick named Shelley.

You know they always like to leave something.

Gives them a reason to come back.

You're not dead.

Me and Steve, we thought

you had to be dead or something.

You didn't call.

You didn't write.

Hey, dude.

You look like sh*t.

I'm okay. I'm just a little beat.

The curtain just moved again.

Man, Steve is going to sh*t his drawers.

I called him this morning,

but some woman answered, so I hung up.

That's no woman, that's his wife.

He's married?

Steve's been married so long,

he's wearing f***in' golfing shirts.

She's something else, I'll tell you that.

Her Daddy's an oil man, loaded to the tits.

- Steve's a big old corporate f*** now.

- Figures.

What about you?

You still playing that guit-fiddle?

You rich and famous out there yet?

Yeah, I'm rich and famous.

What about yourself?

I'm working them off-shore oil rigs.

You must be hauling in good money.

I make enough to keep me

in beer and poontang.

Hold on. Here he comes.

Hey, Skipper!

That's a snappy-looking sports coat

you got on there, Skipper.

How you doing, Marshall?

Hey, Skipper.

Seems like to me you'd have been

back up in Humboldt by now.

I was going to call you today.

I got a problem down here.

I'm working on it now.

Just about got it fixed back.

Fixed back?

Yeah, it's a long, f***ed-up story.

I'm lucky I'm even here.

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