Lila and Eve


"Well, at least you have another son".

Like I had one to spare.

Telling you, man. Talk is meaningless.

Tell me about yours.

Then I'd be talking.

You know, they said to get a sponsor,

someone to talk to, and...

- if you're interested...

- In being yours?

That's... that's sweet, but not smart.

This is... this whole thing

is not my scene.

Just being here makes me feel

fucking useless.

Wait a minute. Maybe give it a chance.

I really feel like I can talk to you.

Here's my number,

but it's not me you should be calling.

Well, I've called the police, but...

what about you?

- Did they find the person...

- They barely even looked.

My little girl,

she wasn't real to them.

You know how it is. We think about her

all the time, but nobody else does.

They don't think about us.

Hell, they don't even see us.

I'll keep on it. I'll keep calling.

Yeah. Good luck with that.

- Ma'am?

- You know what? I've had a seat.

I've had enough. I've been waiting for

an hour. Is detective Holliston even here?

Ma'am, I paged him.

Would you like to leave a message?

- Detective Holliston!

- Can I help you?

I called about my son's case,

and no one got back to me,

so I thought I'd come down.

What case is it again?

You don't... you don't remember me?

Sure, I do. It's just I've got

a lot to keep track of.

Tell me again.

- Ms. Walcott.

- Yeah.

- You're here for an update.

- If you wouldn't mind.

We canvassed the neighborhood,

but, sorry to say, nothing yet.

We're just gonna have to keep looking

till we get the break we need, ma'am.

My son was just walking down

the street. I have another son.

- What am I supposed to do?

- If it were me, I'd move.

Ms. Walcott. Ms. Walcott, listen.

There's more. Just...

Can I speak to you for a minute?

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