I can't breathe! Help!

Help me!


I can't breathe!

Not the red room! No!

- What are they doing to you? What?

- Please.

Please help me, please help me...

No, no, he's here! Please!


Come here.

Come on.


Sex, drugs, blood and death.


Let's go.

Don't make this harder for me.

- I was somewhere else just now.

- No.

You were here.

In the room.

Let's go, you have to work.

You know that if One-arm

shows up it's worse.

Let's go.


What's your name?

You're not going to say hello to me?


It's a pleasure.

Where are you going?

Stay calm.

Come here.

We invite everyone to join us

this weekend, Sunday at 9 PM,

in the Municipal Park. Don't miss it.

The entire neighborhood is invited.

Don't miss it.

I want to go back.

- Hey, Laly.

- I want to go back.

I want to go back.

Honey, Laly.

- Laly.

- I'm not Laly.

I don't know what I'm doing here,

but I have to go back.

My love, we all want to go back.

I miss my family too.

But you can't go nuts, okay?

- I'm not crazy.

- Do you know who you are?

Do you know where you are? Look at me.

Look at me...


That's it, it's over.

It's that shit they put in our blood,

you're just hallucinating, nothing else.

I love you.


Come here.

Come here, honey.

- Come on, Ms. Romantic.

- Coming.

I'll be right back.

- What's up?

- Your girlfriend is completely crazy.

She's going to ruin everything,

so she'll have to stay.

If she doesn't come,

no one's getting out of here.

Don't you realize she's going

to screw things up?

- Shut up.

- What? What's wrong, bitch?

- Shut your mouth!

- I want to go back.

Say it again and I'll beat

the crap out of you.

Her name is Mara.


Her name is Mara.

Yes, Mara is her real name.

Is she alive?

They took her to a red room.

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