What Separates Us

Synopsis: A love story that follows a young man Daniel's struggle to find himself. He is a drinker, brawler and stuck in his small town rut. He meets Parker, a young talented painter. They balance love, friendships and growing up while they help each other grow and come to terms with their lives.
Genre: Drama
Year:
2015
90 min
3 Views


(SLOW MUSIC)

BATTER:
Come on Jack,

you throw like a fucking girl.

This one's coming

right at your vagina.

Okay, it was a little high.

(METALLIC THWACK)

All right, this ones coming

right at your dick, sucker.

(LAUGHS)

Oh come on, come

on motherfucker.

I warned you, I warned you.

Not the face.

(MEN GRUNTING)

(HEAVY THUDS)

Oh shit.

(HEAVY THUD)

(CRACK)

Oh, how's your nose, Tony?

That looks like it hurt.

Let's go to Haps.

Let's go to the bar.

Bar.

(UPBEAT ROCK MUSIC)

MAN WITH LONG HAIR:

Where the f*ck did you get this hat?

That's where I'm coming.

Goddamn.

Bill, I'm not even

kidding, though.

I saw this girl today.

She was like an angel.

Think about it.

Jealous.

Think about it.

It goes against biology.

We evolved from

chimpanzees and bonobos.

They just wiggle it around

in a bunch of places.

Oh yeah, I bet you

wiggle it around.

You been wiggling around in

all places, don't you, Jack?

(WHOOPS)

Why is he always

trying to make me run?

Danny, this isn't track,

you fucking loser.

Hey.

Ah.

Hey, buddy.

Oh.

Where you been, dude?

How's your buddy Larry doing?

Larry, how you doing, buddy?

You're doing awesome, all right.

I'll drive today.

Come on, let's go get drunk.

Danny, Jack.

Two of the good stuff.

What are you gonna do, Jack?

Are you gonna stay

at the welding shop?

Are you gonna move on?

F*ck, I don't know, man.

Those fucking guys.

But you're better

than that place, Jackie.

You are better than

that fucking place, man.

JACK:
Yeah, but fucking

bills gotta get paid, right?

I gotta pee, gotta

pee, I'll be back.

Fine, don't cheers me, bitch.

I heard that.

Woah, Robby.

Where were you today, dude?

ROBBY:
What are you doin',

dude, this is the men's room.

(DANNY LAUGHS)

That's the way.

That's the fucking way

of the future, bro.

Yeah.

You don't need to say

anything and I know you agree.

(GRUNTS) You know what I

mean, it was like (GRUNTS).

F*ck you, dude, knock it off.

Get the f*ck out of here.

Hey, that was me doing

all that, by the way.

Oh yeah, you beat his ass, Jack?

I fucking cornered his nose.

(DANNY LAUGHS)

Jack, it kinda freaks me out

when you say shit like that.

Where's Nate, is he

hanging out with that homo?

Dude, fucking Larry's the shit.

ROBBY:
Larry smells like shit.

Oh, dude.

What'll it be?

Am I right, am I right, Danny?

Hey, can I get two

beers and a whisky?

Anything else, you let me know.

Thanks.

God, wow.

DANNY:
Really?

F*ck, all right,

Bill, I need a shot

of whisky for my buddy, Jessie.

ROBBY:
He's gonna go for it.

He's gonna lose.

Yep.

Jessie!

There he goes.

So Janice is coming.

How was work?

WOMAN:
I hope so, she's with Mike.

At least he's cute.

So what are you ladies doing

hanging out with

Clark Kent here?

(CHUCKLES) Look who's

talking, Wolverine.

Ooh.

And you are?

Look, we're sort of in the

middle of a conversation.

DANNY:
So?

So you might have better

luck elsewhere tonight.

All right.

(CROWD CHATTER)

Jack, you gotta learn

to take criticism.

Oh my god, man, jeez.

ROBBY:
No go?

(LAUGHS) Oh f*ck, really?

Oh dude, I've never

seen that before.

ROBBY:
Shut the f*ck up,

Jack, you didn't even try.

Aw, shit.

What?

I heard what you did to Tony.

DANNY:
Oh, I thought I broke his jaw.

You and your fucking

club jumped him.

DANNY:
Get the f*ck off me.

(GRUNTING)

(LOUD THUDS)

MAN:
Brennan caused a fight.

ROBBY:
Get the f*ck out of here, Vince.

You got your fucking

posse with you.

BILL:
Vince, get the f*ck out.

VINCE:
I'll be seeing you.

(GRUNTS)

Nice, Vince, man.

Fucking missed it, dude.

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