June

Synopsis: JUNE is a 9-year-old orphan girl who shares her body with an ancient supernatural being whose mission is to destroy mankind to allow nature to prevail on earth.
 
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Year:
2015
84 min
225 Views


This all happened because

of what we believe.

That there was a savior.

And that savior was a child.

A child with 2 souls.

One, pure and innocent.

The other, dark and powerful.

JUNE:

Between the world we build a circle,

never ending universal.

We are filled with spirit power,

send it down.

Release the chain.

This was the moment I lost her.

I lost her to the darkness.

9 years later

Hey.

You sure you don't want

to grab a drink?

I'm sure, go ahead.

- Alright.

- Have fun.

Hello.

Tell me, is she the vessel?

- I'm not sure.

- I need you to be sure.

I like to visit her at her

current foster home now.

- Learn everything you can.

- Thanks.

You boys aren't causing a stir

of my new girl, are you?

Now. Sitting on the front porch,

clutching a teddy bear,

ain't no way to make friends.

I told her to

go out and play.

Is that true?

Your new mama tell you

to do something,

you're going to do it now, okay?

Oh sh*t.

Alright.

Damn it,

I got to go to work.

- Alright, baby. Give me some sugar.

- Alright.

- Alright.

- You go shake that ass.

You, go play.

Don't sit there acting all weird.

Good god.

You heard her.

Go on, get it.

Jesus.

Whatever.

I need a smoke.

Oh.

Many never know what it's like

to be desperately alone.

To have no one.

That is something we share.

How do you feel

June is adjusting?

Great.

She's June, right, honey.

Great.

Yeah.

How about you, June?

What do you think?

Do you like it here?

She loves it here.

Don't you, June?

Sweetheart.

Tell him.

Honey,

about how you-you brothers

and sisters all get along and...

and-and pizza night,

and all that stuff.

Tell him how you even

have your own bed, right?

Yeah. I give you money for

the ice cream truck everyday.

Tim makes you eggs for breakfast.

Tell him how happy

you are here.

Is that right, June?

Do you smoke inside

around the kids often?

No.

Never.

May I see June's room?

Sure, let me just go

straighten it up.

No, that's fine.

June would you

show me your room.

Thanks.

- That went well.

- Yeah, great.

So, uh.

You and your

3 sisters sleep here?

Kind of crowded, huh.

Tell me the truth,

do you really like it here?

June, look at me.

I know what happens

when you get upset.

You do?

Bad things happen, right?

Sometimes.

Okay, June.

Here's the deal.

I know it must be

difficult staying here.

Too many children.

Adults that don't

understand you, right?

June. I'm going to make

you a promise, okay.

I promise to find you

a new home.

Would you like that?

Yeah, a place with a garden.

With a...

You're the only child.

You have a room of your own.

- With flowers?

- Yeah.

In a nice neighbour,

with

a family that loves you

and understand you.

If anything that starts happening

that upsets you.

I want you to call me.

Okay, call me.

Here's my number.

I will answer anytime,

day or night.

You call me

if you need help, okay?

June.

I'm going to get

you out of here.

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

VICTOR EMMANUEL - CASE WORKER

Hey, Eeks.

Yo, hold up.

Look.

She's going to be alright.

Just, she's a little weird.

But the kid's okay.

Which kid?

You got 4, 5 fosters.

You know, the girl.

Alright.

The one you just come to see.

- You know her name?

- Yeah. Of course I do.

It's been a couple of weeks,

you should know her name.

Like I said.

I know her name.

- Your parents are dead.

- Your parents are dead.

- Your parents are dead.

- Your parents are dead.

- Your parents are dead.

- Your parents are dead.

Hey, the lights are out again.

Did you forget

to pay the bill again?

- I've paid it.

- Um-hmm.

- Calm down.

- What happened to the TV?

Settle down you little shits.

Great.

Jesus.

What're you doing out here, kid?

Well, go on.

Get back inside the house.

Freak.

As the moon rises

and the sun falls,

fire will illuminate the sky.

And the ashes of man

will rain down.

Sh*t.

What the hell?

Candy!

She called the darkness, Aer.

And Aer was growing stronger.

- Candy, the kid's possessed.

- Who?

The kid!

Whatever her name is.

June.

Stop it, Aery.

Why are you doing this?

You are a vessel.

Before people,

before machines,

there is only us.

Hey.

Taste like... Whoa.

You're too gone.

Happy birthday, America.

Happy birthday, America.

God!

Go, go play.

Go do something.

I don't think so.

Looks all burnt.

Hey! Hey! Do not burn down

the place for god sakes.

- Shut the f...

- What is so funny?

Jeez.

She's creepy.

Like, something's bad wrong with her,

you know what I mean?

I think she's retarded.

I mean...

She's always talking to herself.

That's weird.

Hey.

Light it,

and throw it at her.

No.

Come on.

Don't be a little girl.

I'm not a girl.

Satisfied.

Give me the bear,

you little retard.

You want your stupid bear?

You're just a little retard, aren't you?

I know what happens when

you get upset... get upset.

- Your parents are dead.

- Your parents are dead.

You're just a little retard, aren't you?

...retard, aren't you?

...retard, aren't you?

Air, I am.

Fire, I am.

Water, earth, spirit

I AMMMMM !!!

- Is she with you?

- She's right here.

How is her emotional state?

Everything.

Everything is under control.

I'm taking her to the

Anderson house tomorrow.

Excellent work.

June, you understand

how important this is, right?

You may not get another chance

like this at a nice house.

- It's not me

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