Take

Synopsis: The lives of two strangers - a struggling mother and a gambling addict - meet in tragedy. Years pass, and they must come to terms with themselves, and one another.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director(s): Charles Oliver
Production: Liberation Entertainment
  6 wins.
 
IMDB:
6.2
Metacritic:
22
Rotten Tomatoes:
43%
R
Year:
2007
98 min
Website
13 Views

Okay, go ahead.

Can I see the sign-in

sheet, please?

Thank you.

M'am you need to

sign it right here.

- Can I use the phone?

- Sure, go ahead.

Hello?

I'm gonna do this

alone aren't I?

- How could you not be here?

- I don't need to be there.

I don't need to watch.

But, uh...

I packed all his

things for you.

What?

- Why would you do

that Ana? I don't...

I can't just throw them away.

Nothings gonna change.

Nothings gonna change.

This isn't gonna

bring him back.

None of this will

bring him back, Ana.

You know it's... I'm

hanging up now okay?

Ana?

- Noun.

- Electricity...

- Color.

- Black.

Adverb.

Mom, do I have to go again?

Yeah we do.

Why?

Remember when we used to

go to the zoo together?

Yeah. We're going

to the zoo now?

No, Honey.

You know, the uh... Remember

those big gorillas...

how they'd play behind the

glass and make faces at us?

And make us laugh?

- Remember that?

- That was fun.

But they always had to

stay in their cage right?

These people might

forget, they...

might think... oh, you know:

He's okay, he's a nice

animal. He just wants to play.

And they would let 'im out...

and terrible things

would happen.

Really?

Yeah, the man's

an animal, Jesse.

To make sure people

won't forget that.

He's a monster and I

have to make sure...

people won't forget.

Okay.

Can we stop this time?

Please can we stop?

Yeah, absolutely.

I think I'm gonna stay here.

Okay fine, I'm gonna get out.

Lock-It-Up mini-storage.

Yeah, it's him.

No.

No, after thirty days

it's gotta be cash.

Hear that? That's

your customer.

- What's going on?

- Take a guess.

I thought, I might need

another week. Okay?

Look, let me make it

real simple for you.

If you don't pay

you can't play.

You have until tonight's

game to pay up.

Then it's over...

- What's that

supposed to mean?

Use your imagination! Over.

Chuck, come on man.

What if I...?

Hang on, hang on.

All right, have fun.

Remember you can

look, can't touch.

Place a bid, place a bid

on everything.

Start at 50 bucks

- 55 -60...

you're the winner.

Fill out at the top, please.

Okay, here it is...

- That's it?

- That's it.

Yeah...

Come on, I need

more than that.

I'm sure you do.

You know what, take it.

Girls, stay in the car.

Harry...

Well this certainly

explains a few things.

Yeah, it was just uh, bunch of

stuff that would've been...

auctioned anyways.

Bunch of junk.

So you're not stealing from

our customers, really.

Just me.

Look, I uh...

I'll pay you back... all

right? All of it, I promise.

Your word on that right?

There's no such thing as

selective honesty, Saul.

I want you out by morning.

I don't care where you go.

But I want you out before

opening, tomorrow morning.

Or I'll report you.

Alright. Alright.

I'm very sorry. A bit

crazy this morning.

To the point, then.

Mrs. Nichols, we've

decided to recommend

Jesse to special education.

What?

Harrison has a very

effective program.

We feel they're

better equipped...

to deal with your son...

than we are.

What are you

talking about...

'better equipped'?

He's a child!

His maturity level is

equal to a five year old's.

As is yours Mrs. Bachanas.

I'm still dealing with you.

No, I've seen those classes.

He does not belong in a...

special ed class.

He's not special ed!

You know what that'll do to...

him? Putting him

in that class?

We simply don't have the...

resources to make

this work here.

I know it's not a

perfect fit, but...

it's all the

district has left.

He'll be able to understand

instructions. He can succeed!

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