Two Lovers and a Bear

Synopsis: Set in a small town near the North Pole where roads lead to nowhere, the story follows Roman (DeHaan) and Lucy (Maslany), two burning souls who come together to make a leap for life and inner peace.
Director(s): Kim Nguyen
Production: JoBro Productions & Film Finance
  2 wins & 5 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
96 min


- Oh, you suck!


- What?

- Unbelievable!

- Unbelievable!

- on!

No, I'm just kidding!

- I didn't believe you for a second!

It's all in the wrist.

What is that?

You are the...


- I'm not really good with music.

- That's not-that's not true.

- There's, like, two...

musicians that I like.

I like, um...

Jack White.

- Uh-huh, I know.

- Because he's really cool,

and he's just, like, really raw.

- No preservatives?

- No preservatives.

And I like Gil Scott-Heron.

- Who's that?

- Well, he has...

I just... It's not even

his music that I like.

I just really like his lyrics.

There's this one part of one song

where he says;

"The spirits are your parents."

And they live in your bloodstream

because they want you to keep living.


they're trying to tell you sh*t

all the time.

And maybe if you just took a second

to listen to yourself,

you would hear them.




You OK'?

- I had a nightmare.

- What was it?


through this tunnel and...

someone was following me.

And I was trying to run away,

and I couldn't run.

My legs were frozen.

And this man was right behind me.

I was screaming,

screaming and screaming.

I was trying to get

somebody to help me,

and I... I couldn't make a sound,

So no one was coming.

And he was right behind me.

He put his hand on my shoulder,

and I woke up.

Hello, Tina.

- Hello.

- Thank you for dropping by.

I needed the help.

They'll be here in five minutes.

- Sh*t!

- Hey

- Hi!


- Hey! Where's the music?


- Let's get this party going!

- Happy birthday!

You look hot!

- You too!

- Oh man, don't touch it!

Man, don't touch.

That's the only thing

that's off limits, OK?



And then I turn

My soul, it burns

'Cause you are grown and I'm alone

So, there I inhale the

soul of your hair

Yeah, it's still there,

the scent of a pear

Oh, how your eyes tell of those days

When all I wished was for your lips

OK, sorry!

Keep going?

Keep going.

It's awesome! Whoo!

So on this day in the blink

of your presence

I just wanna say

Happy birthday


- $25.

- Here you go, Lucy.

Keep the change.

- Thank you.

- Take care, Lucy!

- You too!

On! on! on!

- Hey, Anubha.

- Hey, how's it going?

- Good!

- How's the body?

- Uh, cold.

- Great! Here's your boarding pass.

- Thank you!

- There you go!

- Cool! Thanks!

- Sh*t, Roman, what did I tell you

about the bodies?

Wait till we're done packing

to bring them on.

- No one told me there was gonna be

soda cans.

- You didn't tell me there was gonna be

a dead body on the plane.

I can't put this on here.

It's not right. It's not respectful.

- Erik, we gotta take out the body!

- Who is it?

- Tom.

- Tom who?

- Tom with the blue pickup.

- What happened?

- He got lost.

Hey, Peter!

- How's it going?

- Good. Can I get some .303 bullets'?

- Sorry I'm late.

- You all right?

- Yeah.

- You sure?

- Yeah, I'll tell you later, OK?

- OK!

- Whoo!



You ready?


- You sure you're all right?

- Mm-hmm.

- Lucy.

What's wrong?

- I have to... | have to go.

I have to be alone.

- Where you going?


- Lucy!



- Tell me what's wrong.

Lucy, tell me what's wrong.

- I got accepted to biology.

- Oh, that's great.

- Is it'?

- Yeah.

When are you leaving?

- Two weeks.

- Two weeks?

- Yeah.

I have to go, Roman.

OK? He's still following me.

He's everywhere I go.

He was there today.

- Yeah.

- The only way I'm gonna get rid of him

is to get the f*** out of here!

- Yeah, I know, Lucy.

- I'll miss you.

I'll miss you a lot.

- Yeah.

- You wanna come with me?

- I can't go back south.

Why not? You could

find work or something.

I'm not going back there.

I'd rather kill myself

than go back there.

You know that.

- Well, OK.

No, I'll be back next summer.

I'm sure he'll be gone by then.

- Yeah!

You can teach me biology.

Um, just a sec.

One second.

- I can't.

- What's wrong?

- I can't. There's...

- What?

- I can't do it when I see you like that.

- What am I doing?

- You're just...


I want you to come inside me, please.

- F***, I can't!

I'm sorry. I'm just not...

I'm just not into it.

- I am. I am.

- I can't, OK?

- OK.

Yeah, it's me!

- Yeah.

- What do you want?

- I need a couple bottles.

- 26ers?

- 40.

- That's gonna be $300.

- $300? Are you f***ing serious?

- I didn't get my shipment this week.

Come to my place at 3:00.

Upside, inside out

Livin'la vida loca

She'll push and pull you down

Livin'la vida loca...

- Hey, don't drink these all in one night!

Livin' Ia vida loca

Come on

Livin' Ia vida loca

Come on

She's livin'la vida loca...

- Hello! Open up!

I know you're in there.

I'm gone in 10 days, Roman.

- Lucy.

Oh my God! Go away!

Go away!

Go away!

John, this is Emma. Come in.

- Yeah.

- We got shots fired

at the warehouse.

- I'm on it.

- You need backup?

- Backup's 3 hours away.

- All right. Have fun!

Wow! It doesn't get

any more glamorous than that.

- Hey, man!

Emma's getting calls.

Could you keep it down?

- Sorry.

- You wanna finish your rounds?

You gonna be OK?

- Yep.

- I'm gonna go watch the awards.

Wanna come?

- Uh...

I got some work to do.

- Suit yourself!

- Oh, hey, Roman.

I hear Lucy's leaving.

- Yeah, I know.


Do you know how much that costs?

- So, what are you gonna do about it?

- I don't know.

- Yes, you do.

- Oh, I do'?

- You're gonna let life go by

and not do a thing.

You're afraid that if you do,

you're gonna fail.

Do you know what

the Indians would tell you?

- What, the Indians?

- No, not those Indians.

The Indians from India.

They'd say you're stuck in your karma

doing the same things

over and over in a circle

and you don't know

how to get out of it.

- What the f*** do you know about India?

- I'm right, ain't I?

- You know, maybe I should shoot you down.

You're not supposed to be this close

to our houses.

- You do that, and you might as well

kill yourself.

I'm the only friend you've got.

Time for me to go now.

- You can speak to bears?

- What are you doing up?

It's late. It's cold.

- I'm playing hockey.

- Where's your brother?

What are you doing?

- Playing hockey.

- Why aren't you asleep?

- Our parents had a fight.

- All right, well, let's

get you inside, huh?

It's freezing! Come on!

I wanna

spend time with you before I go.

We only have 9 days left.

I love you.

I don't know what to do

to make you talk to me.

I don't know what to say.

- Can I come?

- Too drunk.


- No, I'm coming anyways.

- Hey! You gotta get up.

Come on. I gotta go to sleep.

Yeah, I know.

Go home, OK?

- Roman, open up!

Open the f***ing door!

- Leave me alone!

- Oh, f*** off!

Talk to me, you stupid f***!

Please talk to me!

Hello, Roman!

- Leave!!!!

- Talk to me now,

you f***ing a**hole!

I love you!

Please say you love me too.

- I'm done with you.

You said you were leaving,

so just leave.

The sooner,

the better for you and for me.

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