Revenge for Jolly!

Synopsis: REVENGE FOR JOLLY! follows a man (Petsos) who, with the help of his cousin (Oscar Isaac), seeks to avenge the death of his beloved dog, who was killed under confusing and suspicious circumstances. The two men follow a series of clues in an attempt to track down the dog's murderer, leaving a path of destruction in their wake.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director(s): Chadd Harbold
Production: Revenge Jolly Productions
81 min

Are you Everett Bachmeier?

I can't tell you how the story

ends but I'll tell you how it begin.

Yesterday started out like

a lot of other days.

I woke up, combed my hai, drank

some beer and played with Jolly.

My dog, Jolly.

I loved her more than

anything in the world.

Look, it's a bunch of

bacon on TV.

It's a little ham on TV,

a little glazed ham.

I'm not a bad guy.

I'm a good guy

but, I've done

some bad things.

Yeah, I understand.

Well, what do you

want me to say?

I never lived

a normal life.

Never had a normal job.

Never wanted one.

You could say... You could

say I had my own business.


I did stuff.


Sometimes business was goo,

sometimes business

was bad.

Yesterday was one

of those days.


Whenever stuff got soar for me...

Jolly knew.

She loved me.


Things were about

to get pretty ugly.

My brain was like

a washing machine.

I had to get out of the house, so

I went to see my cousin, Cecil.

I never talk to

a lot of people.

People are hard to trust but I had

to tell someboy what was going on.

Cecil's a good guy too.

He's got his issues

like anyone else.

He was just

in the hospital again.

Sometimes things

get really hard for him

when his head doesn't wok the way

it's supposed to and he shuts down.

He just shrinks away.

Mary Ann is

Cecil's girlfriend.

She loves him a lot,

she takes care of him.

She knows how he is,

he makes his mistakes,

but she's always

there for him.

That's how Jolly was for m.

Can we talk?


Mary Ann honey.


Come here for a second?

Um, Harry and I just need a little

bit of quiet time. Just me and him.

Mary Ann?


This is the best chocolate

cake I've ever had.

It's so chocolaty.

It's very, very chocolaty.

I don't...

I don't know how you get that

much chocolate into one cake.

Thank you.

I am glad that you like it.

I like it and thank

you for making it for us.

She great?

She's so great.

Yeah, she's great.


So what? What, what?

What's wrong?

I'm in a lot of trouble.

No, you're not.

They're gonna get me.

What? Who? Who...

Who's gonna get you?

You know that thing I was supposed

to do for those guys from Eddie's?


I couldn't do it.

And now,

they say I owe 'em.

Hey, I owe 'em

a lot of money.

How much?

A lot.


Well, I could probably get Mary Ann

to, to give me a couple hundred bucks

if I ask her really nice.

It's more than that, right?

What are you gonna do?

Leaving town. Tomorrow.

I'm bringing Jolly with me.

She's all I need and I don't

care about anything else, so...

You're gonna leave?


You wanna get really drunk?


Yeah. Okay.


Yeah. Yeah.

Everything's gonna

be fine.

Everything's gonna be fine.

That's right.

Can I have a little bit of

my chocolate cake back?

Yeah. Sorry.

That's fine.

I wasn't really finished.

Okay. Sorry.

I just... Yeah, I thought

you were finished.

Nah, I just felt...

I was taking a break.

Me and Cecil

stayed up all night.

Drank a lot of beers,

played Candy Land.

Usual stuff.

I was just gonna pack a few

things, grab Jolly and go.

I didn't even know where. Figured,

get there when I got there.

No. No!




All right.

Stay there.


...was the only thing

that made me...

You know, she...

She knew how much

you loved her.

The man that killed her...

I'm gonna find him.

And I want you to help.

Help me.

Yeah. Of course.

Is that everything?

We'll make it right.

Jolly's dead.

The man that killed her t

a thousand pins in my he.

Nothing could make

that kind of pain go away.

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