0 00:00:00,100 --> 00:00:13,000 Downloaded from xPau.se 1 00:00:18,852 --> 00:00:19,808 [announcer] Ladies and gentlemen, 2 00:00:19,895 --> 00:00:21,602 please welcome movie star extraordinaire 3 00:00:21,688 --> 00:00:23,395 Vic Edwards! 4 00:00:23,482 --> 00:00:25,314 [audience cheering and applauding] 5 00:00:26,276 --> 00:00:27,608 I think people are always fascinated 6 00:00:27,694 --> 00:00:30,027 about how... how people get into movies. 7 00:00:30,113 --> 00:00:33,732 I gather your first screen test was a fair-sized experience. 8 00:00:34,785 --> 00:00:36,276 Yeah, it was. My, uh... 9 00:00:36,995 --> 00:00:38,736 My screen test was, uh... 10 00:00:39,623 --> 00:00:41,455 sad and funny. I hope it's funny. 11 00:00:41,542 --> 00:00:43,625 I went into 20th Century Fox on an interview. 12 00:00:44,002 --> 00:00:46,915 First guy said, "You have a very good face," 13 00:00:47,005 --> 00:00:49,668 and he said, "We'd like to do a screen test of you." 14 00:00:49,758 --> 00:00:51,499 Then I thought, "Man, I'm gonna be a star." 15 00:00:51,593 --> 00:00:53,801 - [audience laughs] - So on the day of the screen test, 16 00:00:53,887 --> 00:00:56,095 I'm gonna get a haircut. So I duck into this barbershop 17 00:00:56,181 --> 00:00:58,468 at 7:00 in the morning and I say to the guy, uh... 18 00:00:59,017 --> 00:01:00,178 "Give me a haircut and shave." 19 00:01:00,269 --> 00:01:02,556 I'd never had a shave in a barbershop before. 20 00:01:02,646 --> 00:01:04,228 And the guy had never given one before. 21 00:01:04,314 --> 00:01:05,521 [all laughing] 22 00:01:05,607 --> 00:01:08,224 And, uh, he gave me the worst haircut 23 00:01:08,318 --> 00:01:09,604 you've ever seen in your life. 24 00:01:09,695 --> 00:01:12,233 And then he... There was cuts all over my face. 25 00:01:12,322 --> 00:01:14,985 And I had pieces of toilet paper pasted all on my face. 26 00:01:15,075 --> 00:01:16,782 [laughter] 27 00:01:17,327 --> 00:01:20,035 That was my test. And I wondered why they didn't sign me 28 00:01:20,122 --> 00:01:21,954 for a seven year contract. 29 00:01:22,040 --> 00:01:24,282 That was my introduction to, uh, the movies. 30 00:01:24,376 --> 00:01:27,460 [audience cheering and applauding] 31 00:01:31,842 --> 00:01:33,583 [dogs barking in distance] 32 00:01:38,807 --> 00:01:40,548 [phone ringing] 33 00:01:44,855 --> 00:01:46,266 [keypad clicking] 34 00:01:53,196 --> 00:01:54,562 [dog whimpers] 35 00:01:54,656 --> 00:01:55,646 Yeah. 36 00:01:56,700 --> 00:01:58,737 - [blows air] - [door opens] 37 00:01:59,828 --> 00:02:02,286 [receptionist] Squanto. Squanto Edwards. 38 00:02:04,541 --> 00:02:07,375 [veterinarian] Well, his kidneys are completely shutting down. 39 00:02:07,878 --> 00:02:09,961 He's not responding to the diuretics anymore. 40 00:02:10,297 --> 00:02:11,833 And we had to take him off 41 00:02:11,923 --> 00:02:13,459 the ACE inhibitors for his heart disease 42 00:02:13,550 --> 00:02:15,542 because it's making his kidney damage worse. 43 00:02:17,262 --> 00:02:19,595 His body is basically poisoning itself. 44 00:02:20,974 --> 00:02:23,637 I mean, he's 15, so he's not really a candidate 45 00:02:23,727 --> 00:02:25,969 for something more aggressive like a transplant. 46 00:02:26,063 --> 00:02:27,270 [exhales] 47 00:02:28,148 --> 00:02:29,309 [whines] 48 00:02:34,905 --> 00:02:37,147 What would you do, if it was your dog? 49 00:02:39,409 --> 00:02:41,241 [veterinarian] I'm afraid we're out of options. 50 00:02:42,454 --> 00:02:43,820 I'd have to let him go. 51 00:02:47,250 --> 00:02:48,161 Yes. 52 00:02:50,712 --> 00:02:52,578 Well... [clears throat] 53 00:02:54,466 --> 00:02:55,582 Do you mind if I... 54 00:02:57,260 --> 00:02:58,671 say goodbye to him alone? 55 00:02:59,179 --> 00:03:01,592 Yeah, of course. We'll give you a minute to say goodbye. 56 00:03:07,854 --> 00:03:09,345 [dog whining] 57 00:03:09,439 --> 00:03:10,555 [sighs] 58 00:03:13,985 --> 00:03:16,523 [dogs barking in distance] 59 00:03:29,000 --> 00:03:30,536 [car engine starts] 60 00:04:15,422 --> 00:04:16,333 [grunts] 61 00:04:27,476 --> 00:04:28,592 [groaning] 62 00:04:34,983 --> 00:04:36,565 [clock ticking] 63 00:04:38,278 --> 00:04:40,190 [grunts] 64 00:04:42,657 --> 00:04:43,568 [exhales] 65 00:04:56,379 --> 00:04:57,415 [sighs] 66 00:05:19,528 --> 00:05:20,518 Eh... 67 00:05:27,994 --> 00:05:28,984 [exhales] 68 00:05:31,414 --> 00:05:32,530 Whew... 69 00:05:39,673 --> 00:05:40,663 [sighs] 70 00:05:43,468 --> 00:05:44,629 [exhales] 71 00:05:55,438 --> 00:05:57,395 [mild music playing on speakers] 72 00:05:59,401 --> 00:06:00,562 [rattles] 73 00:06:01,862 --> 00:06:03,774 [rattling] 74 00:06:13,832 --> 00:06:16,449 [man on PA, indistinct] 75 00:06:29,639 --> 00:06:30,800 [grunts] Mmm. 76 00:06:38,398 --> 00:06:41,937 [woman on PA, indistinct] 77 00:06:56,499 --> 00:06:58,331 [man, on PA] Customer service at the deli, please. 78 00:06:58,418 --> 00:07:00,034 Customer service at the deli. 79 00:07:06,509 --> 00:07:08,045 [announcer] ...late in the fourth quarter. 80 00:07:08,136 --> 00:07:10,423 They've had a lot of success with the shotgun formation, Brian. 81 00:07:10,513 --> 00:07:12,675 [commentator] Sure have. It took a while to get near him. 82 00:07:12,766 --> 00:07:14,348 Thompson is in the backfield. 83 00:07:14,643 --> 00:07:17,511 [announcer] Shotgun formation. Snap is off. 84 00:07:18,104 --> 00:07:20,847 Toss to the far side. He's got room. 85 00:07:21,942 --> 00:07:23,353 In for the touchdown! 86 00:07:36,331 --> 00:07:40,245 - Nice view, huh? - Mmm-mmm-mmm-mmm-mmm. 87 00:07:42,379 --> 00:07:44,245 I always loved yoga. 88 00:07:44,339 --> 00:07:48,128 Oh, yeah. Thinking I'm having, uh, palpitations. 89 00:07:48,510 --> 00:07:49,500 [man] Mmm. 90 00:07:51,554 --> 00:07:53,045 - [exhales] - Say, Vic, did you hear 91 00:07:53,139 --> 00:07:54,755 that JJerry Renner died yesterday? 92 00:07:55,266 --> 00:07:57,303 Oh, that's too bad. 93 00:07:57,394 --> 00:07:58,680 Yeah, he was a nice guy. 94 00:07:59,229 --> 00:08:00,310 No, he wasn't. 95 00:08:01,523 --> 00:08:03,264 He was a putz. 96 00:08:03,358 --> 00:08:04,940 [laughing] 97 00:08:05,026 --> 00:08:06,483 [both laugh] 98 00:08:07,779 --> 00:08:09,520 Oh, here. 99 00:08:09,614 --> 00:08:11,025 Forgot to show you this. 100 00:08:11,616 --> 00:08:13,858 This was sent to me. What do you think? 101 00:08:14,661 --> 00:08:16,197 I don't know how they got my address, 102 00:08:16,287 --> 00:08:17,778 but they sent it to me. 103 00:08:18,081 --> 00:08:20,289 This is the International Nashville Film Festival. 104 00:08:20,375 --> 00:08:22,241 You're being honored. 105 00:08:22,335 --> 00:08:24,622 "This year is being dedicated to honoring you 106 00:08:24,713 --> 00:08:26,545 and your impressive body of work. 107 00:08:26,631 --> 00:08:27,621 It's about time." 108 00:08:27,716 --> 00:08:29,833 - [Vic] Ah, so what? - "We would like to invite you 109 00:08:29,926 --> 00:08:32,384 to join us for a retrospective of some of your greatest films 110 00:08:32,470 --> 00:08:34,962 followed by a gala ceremony where you'll be presented 111 00:08:35,056 --> 00:08:38,015 with our prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award." 112 00:08:38,351 --> 00:08:39,808 Look who the previous winners are: 113 00:08:40,395 --> 00:08:42,887 Robert De Niro, Jack Nicholson, and Clint Eastwood. 114 00:08:42,981 --> 00:08:44,688 And it says here all expenses are paid. 115 00:08:44,774 --> 00:08:47,892 That's a country music town, that's not a film town. 116 00:08:47,986 --> 00:08:49,227 No, no, no, no. 117 00:08:49,320 --> 00:08:52,154 Nashville has become very hip. Very hip. 118 00:08:52,532 --> 00:08:53,898 Well, that's what I'm worried about. 119 00:08:53,992 --> 00:08:54,982 My hip. 120 00:08:55,410 --> 00:08:57,743 Sitting on an airplane for too long a time, 121 00:08:57,829 --> 00:09:00,663 what if I get a clot in my butt? 122 00:09:00,749 --> 00:09:02,081 Look, I've heard of this film festival 123 00:09:02,167 --> 00:09:04,250 and I know this is a prestigious award. 124 00:09:04,335 --> 00:09:06,247 I don't think you'll get a clot in your butt. 125 00:09:06,337 --> 00:09:07,703 [both laugh] 126 00:09:07,797 --> 00:09:09,663 Look, I'm just saying if you don't go, 127 00:09:09,758 --> 00:09:11,294 you're a bigger asshole than I ever thought. 128 00:09:11,384 --> 00:09:14,673 Oh, well, I guess you would know. 129 00:09:17,974 --> 00:09:20,091 You've made such great career moves. 130 00:09:20,185 --> 00:09:21,926 [both laughing] 131 00:09:28,026 --> 00:09:29,187 [groaning] 132 00:09:54,594 --> 00:09:56,005 [clatters] 133 00:09:56,096 --> 00:09:57,962 Nice. Schmuck. 134 00:10:16,074 --> 00:10:17,155 [chuckles softly] 135 00:10:27,418 --> 00:10:29,910 [jet engines whirring] 136 00:10:41,766 --> 00:10:42,802 [groans] 137 00:10:46,020 --> 00:10:47,977 [woman on PA, indistinct] 138 00:11:03,413 --> 00:11:06,372 Good morning! And where are we off to today? 139 00:11:06,457 --> 00:11:08,870 - Nashville. - Nashville, huh? 140 00:11:08,960 --> 00:11:10,792 That's a great live music town. 141 00:11:10,879 --> 00:11:12,791 You gonna kick those heels up a little bit? 142 00:11:12,881 --> 00:11:15,965 Well, a very little bit. There you go. 143 00:11:16,384 --> 00:11:19,297 - Thank you, Mr. Edwards. - Mm-hmm. 144 00:11:20,471 --> 00:11:22,804 There you are. Okay. 145 00:11:22,891 --> 00:11:26,055 I'm gonna have to ask you to get in this line over here 146 00:11:26,144 --> 00:11:29,808 'cause this one is for first class passengers only. 147 00:11:31,983 --> 00:11:34,646 Holy cow. But I am first class. 148 00:11:37,780 --> 00:11:39,692 [chime to buckle seatbelts] 149 00:11:40,825 --> 00:11:44,489 [country music playing] 150 00:11:44,662 --> 00:11:46,619 [singing] 151 00:12:36,256 --> 00:12:38,293 [indistinct chattering] 152 00:12:53,815 --> 00:12:56,979 [engine rumbling] 153 00:12:57,735 --> 00:12:59,351 [tires screeching] 154 00:12:59,946 --> 00:13:03,610 Yeah? Then why the hell are there pictures of you two 155 00:13:03,700 --> 00:13:06,317 hugging and laughing all over her Facebook page? 156 00:13:06,786 --> 00:13:07,947 Oh, bullshit! 157 00:13:09,580 --> 00:13:11,663 Don't tell me I'm being irrational. 158 00:13:11,749 --> 00:13:14,583 You told me you were going there with Andrew and you lied. 159 00:13:14,669 --> 00:13:16,535 It's just a simple fact. 160 00:13:16,879 --> 00:13:19,212 If you're just friends, then why lie? 161 00:13:19,632 --> 00:13:21,123 Oh, you're so full of shit. 162 00:13:21,217 --> 00:13:23,300 You must think I'm the biggest idiot on the planet. 163 00:13:23,386 --> 00:13:25,594 Look, I can't talk about this right now. I'm working. 164 00:13:25,680 --> 00:13:27,672 I do, too, have a job. 165 00:13:27,765 --> 00:13:29,757 I'm picking up some old asshole for my brother. 166 00:13:30,143 --> 00:13:31,304 I don't know who it is. 167 00:13:31,394 --> 00:13:33,727 I mean, what, do you think I Googled him or some shit? 168 00:13:33,813 --> 00:13:37,147 - Oh, what? - Hi. I'm Vic Edwards. 169 00:13:38,735 --> 00:13:41,899 - Oh, Mr. Edwards. - Yeah. Yeah. 170 00:13:41,988 --> 00:13:43,775 I... I have to call you back. 171 00:13:43,865 --> 00:13:45,356 - Hello, Mr. Edwards. - Hi. 172 00:13:45,450 --> 00:13:47,908 Um, welcome to Nashville. How was your flight? 173 00:13:47,994 --> 00:13:51,328 Was it delayed? I mean, I've been waiting here forever. 174 00:13:51,414 --> 00:13:53,781 You've been waiting here forever my ass. 175 00:13:53,875 --> 00:13:55,491 Now where is my limo? 176 00:13:56,878 --> 00:13:59,541 I don't know anything about a limo. 177 00:13:59,630 --> 00:14:02,122 - Really? - But I'm Lil McDougal, 178 00:14:02,216 --> 00:14:03,548 your personal assistant and chauffeur 179 00:14:03,634 --> 00:14:05,375 for the duration of the weekend. 180 00:14:06,095 --> 00:14:08,007 We're off to a great start, aren't we? 181 00:14:08,097 --> 00:14:09,804 [cell phone ringing] 182 00:14:12,018 --> 00:14:14,135 Bjorn, shut up. I'm working. 183 00:14:14,228 --> 00:14:15,764 - Come on! - Hmm? 184 00:14:15,855 --> 00:14:17,596 Sorry. Sorry. Come on. Let's go. 185 00:14:24,238 --> 00:14:26,230 [tires squealing] 186 00:14:26,324 --> 00:14:27,815 [keypad clicking] 187 00:14:38,336 --> 00:14:39,622 [Lil sighs] All right. 188 00:14:39,712 --> 00:14:42,295 We'll get you checked into the hotel but there's no time to relax. 189 00:14:42,382 --> 00:14:44,795 Gotta get to the film festival in time for the opening ceremony 190 00:14:44,884 --> 00:14:47,171 - and you're running late already. - Whose fault is that? 191 00:14:51,015 --> 00:14:52,881 - [horn blaring] - [tires screeching] 192 00:14:55,520 --> 00:14:57,386 [breathing heavily] 193 00:15:02,068 --> 00:15:03,809 [tires screeching] 194 00:15:09,492 --> 00:15:11,905 [engine sputtering, knocking] 195 00:15:25,800 --> 00:15:27,132 This is an upgrade? 196 00:15:28,010 --> 00:15:29,842 What's wrong with it? Look, it's got a kitchen. 197 00:15:31,055 --> 00:15:32,387 This is a kitchen? 198 00:15:32,473 --> 00:15:36,092 Are you familiar with the term "false advertising"? 199 00:15:36,185 --> 00:15:37,266 Yeah. 200 00:15:38,062 --> 00:15:41,305 Well, I was promised first class accommodations. 201 00:15:42,358 --> 00:15:43,894 I've got a good mind to have you 202 00:15:43,985 --> 00:15:46,352 take me back to the airport right now. 203 00:15:46,446 --> 00:15:48,733 It's like I'm on Candid Camera. 204 00:15:49,365 --> 00:15:51,698 Is this really a film festival? 205 00:15:52,201 --> 00:15:53,817 Dude, there's a film festival, 206 00:15:53,911 --> 00:15:55,652 and if you don't like your accommodations 207 00:15:55,746 --> 00:15:58,238 because they don't measure up to your big Hollywood expectations, 208 00:15:58,332 --> 00:15:59,493 don't gripe to me. 209 00:15:59,584 --> 00:16:01,701 I'm just your assistant because I'm the one with the car. 210 00:16:01,794 --> 00:16:04,127 Take it up with my brother. It's his stupid film festival. 211 00:16:04,213 --> 00:16:06,921 - I'll meet you in the lobby. - You call that a lobby? 212 00:16:07,008 --> 00:16:08,294 Your key. Really? 213 00:16:08,384 --> 00:16:10,421 I've seen phone booths that were bigger than that. 214 00:16:10,511 --> 00:16:11,752 See you soon. Can't hear you. 215 00:16:11,846 --> 00:16:14,213 Yeah, right, right, right. 216 00:16:20,563 --> 00:16:21,895 What a shithole. 217 00:16:21,981 --> 00:16:24,018 - [horns blaring] - [exhales] 218 00:16:24,984 --> 00:16:26,316 Don't be crazy. 219 00:16:26,777 --> 00:16:28,643 You're there already. Just enjoy it. 220 00:16:28,738 --> 00:16:31,526 Enjoy it? You should see this rat hole. 221 00:16:31,616 --> 00:16:34,154 It smells like piss and Pine-Sol. 222 00:16:34,243 --> 00:16:35,905 Well, you should feel right at home, then. 223 00:16:35,995 --> 00:16:37,987 Those boutique hotels are always small 224 00:16:38,080 --> 00:16:39,241 but they're very hip. 225 00:16:39,332 --> 00:16:42,666 There's nothing hip or boutique about this place. 226 00:16:42,752 --> 00:16:45,244 And my assistant, my God. 227 00:16:45,338 --> 00:16:48,672 She's just a basket case on wheels. 228 00:16:48,841 --> 00:16:50,002 Oh, just relax, Vic. 229 00:16:50,092 --> 00:16:53,085 It's one lousy weekend and you'll get to the festival, 230 00:16:53,179 --> 00:16:54,511 everybody will spoil you. 231 00:16:55,139 --> 00:16:57,256 You'll feel like a big shot. How bad can it be? 232 00:16:57,350 --> 00:16:58,841 De Niro, Clint. 233 00:16:59,435 --> 00:17:00,642 There must be something to it. 234 00:17:00,728 --> 00:17:04,096 I guarantee you Clint didn't stay in this shithole. 235 00:17:04,607 --> 00:17:05,814 Oh, stop it. 236 00:17:05,900 --> 00:17:07,436 I'll talk to you later. 237 00:17:07,527 --> 00:17:08,643 I'm sorry about that. 238 00:17:10,571 --> 00:17:12,403 [country music playing] 239 00:17:43,646 --> 00:17:45,888 You are such an asshole! 240 00:17:46,816 --> 00:17:49,308 Well, I was just sitting here and the book was here... 241 00:17:49,402 --> 00:17:50,688 I'm not talking to you. 242 00:17:50,778 --> 00:17:53,020 No, I am talking to you, Bjorn. 243 00:17:53,114 --> 00:17:54,275 Shut up for a second. 244 00:17:56,075 --> 00:17:57,566 I'm on the phone, Mr. Edwards. 245 00:17:57,660 --> 00:17:59,367 Yes, I can see that. 246 00:17:59,453 --> 00:18:00,489 Hello? 247 00:18:01,539 --> 00:18:02,529 Bjorn? 248 00:18:02,623 --> 00:18:05,536 Hello? Damn it! 249 00:18:29,984 --> 00:18:31,600 What the hell is this? 250 00:18:33,988 --> 00:18:35,195 This is the festival. 251 00:18:38,951 --> 00:18:40,362 But it's a bar. 252 00:18:40,453 --> 00:18:41,534 Yes. So what? 253 00:18:48,961 --> 00:18:50,998 [upbeat music playing on speakers] 254 00:18:54,425 --> 00:18:56,041 [indistinct chattering] 255 00:19:00,890 --> 00:19:02,347 [man] There he is. 256 00:19:02,433 --> 00:19:05,141 Oh, my gosh. Mr. Edwards. 257 00:19:05,227 --> 00:19:07,184 I can't believe it. Oh, my gosh. 258 00:19:07,271 --> 00:19:08,807 Vic Edwards! 259 00:19:08,898 --> 00:19:10,480 Oh, man, I... I can't tell you 260 00:19:10,566 --> 00:19:12,228 how excited we are to have you here. 261 00:19:12,318 --> 00:19:14,810 I'm Doug McDougal. We spoke on the phone, remember? 262 00:19:14,904 --> 00:19:18,193 - Yeah. How are you? - I'm so good. 263 00:19:18,282 --> 00:19:21,446 I can't tell you what it means to us that you're here. We're such fans. 264 00:19:21,535 --> 00:19:23,777 Let me introduce you to my partner, Shane McAvoy. 265 00:19:23,871 --> 00:19:25,282 We have been best friends since birth, 266 00:19:25,373 --> 00:19:27,330 so the first time I saw any of your films, 267 00:19:27,416 --> 00:19:28,827 it was with this guy right here. 268 00:19:28,918 --> 00:19:30,534 - Really? Wow. - Yeah. 269 00:19:30,628 --> 00:19:33,996 Mr. Edwards, sir, your films have influenced me greatly. 270 00:19:34,090 --> 00:19:35,501 Your performance in Siege at the Alamo 271 00:19:35,591 --> 00:19:39,881 was a revelation of gradation and dynamism and nuance. 272 00:19:40,471 --> 00:19:43,680 Gradation, dynamism, nuance? Sounds like a law firm. 273 00:19:43,766 --> 00:19:44,847 [all laugh] 274 00:19:44,934 --> 00:19:48,223 Seriously, I get choked up even just thinking about that scene 275 00:19:48,312 --> 00:19:50,804 where you're cradling the dying Robert Mitchum. 276 00:19:50,898 --> 00:19:53,140 And you say, "Mr. Crockett, sir, 277 00:19:53,234 --> 00:19:54,691 it's been my privilege 278 00:19:54,777 --> 00:19:57,144 defending Texas side by side with you." 279 00:19:57,238 --> 00:19:59,400 All right, wrap it up, Shane. This is Stuart. 280 00:19:59,490 --> 00:20:01,106 He's a local filmmaker here in Nashville. 281 00:20:01,200 --> 00:20:03,783 He actually shot all the promos for the festival that play online. 282 00:20:03,869 --> 00:20:05,986 Did you get a chance to catch any of those yet? 283 00:20:06,080 --> 00:20:08,868 No, I haven't, but I will. What time do they come on? 284 00:20:09,291 --> 00:20:11,954 - [all laughing] - It's like I'm on Carson. 285 00:20:12,044 --> 00:20:14,377 [Stuart] Mr. Edwards, it is the greatest honor of my life 286 00:20:14,463 --> 00:20:16,420 to be seeing you through my viewfinder right now. 287 00:20:16,507 --> 00:20:18,920 I'm making a documentary about this historic event. 288 00:20:19,009 --> 00:20:20,841 [Doug] And, of course, you know my sister Lil, 289 00:20:20,928 --> 00:20:22,590 who, in addition to being your personal assistant 290 00:20:22,680 --> 00:20:24,342 for the weekend, is an artist. 291 00:20:24,432 --> 00:20:26,424 She actually made the logo for the festival. 292 00:20:27,101 --> 00:20:30,139 [chuckles] Well, she was very handy. 293 00:20:30,646 --> 00:20:31,636 Well, she's been called worse. 294 00:20:31,731 --> 00:20:33,438 Uh, let's get you over to the red carpet. 295 00:20:33,524 --> 00:20:36,358 [upbeat bluegrass music playing] 296 00:20:43,033 --> 00:20:45,275 [cameras clicking] 297 00:20:52,293 --> 00:20:54,831 So what is he like? What'd you guys talk about? 298 00:20:54,920 --> 00:20:56,127 Did he tell you any stories? 299 00:20:56,213 --> 00:20:57,420 Oh, yeah. It was great. 300 00:20:57,506 --> 00:20:59,714 He told me how much he hated the coach ticket 301 00:20:59,800 --> 00:21:02,543 and how much he hated the hotel and how much he hated my car. 302 00:21:02,636 --> 00:21:04,878 And that the film festival's in a bar. 303 00:21:04,972 --> 00:21:06,338 Yeah, he's a total dick. 304 00:21:06,432 --> 00:21:08,594 I have no idea what you guys are so obsessed with. 305 00:21:08,684 --> 00:21:09,674 [Shane] Maybe we should watch 306 00:21:09,769 --> 00:21:11,180 some of his movies together sometime. 307 00:21:11,270 --> 00:21:13,057 Yeah, I got to be honest with you, Shane. 308 00:21:13,147 --> 00:21:14,888 I'm dealing with some shit with Bjorn right now, 309 00:21:14,982 --> 00:21:16,143 so could you just run along? 310 00:21:16,233 --> 00:21:18,350 I'm not asking you on a date. I'm just saying that... 311 00:21:18,444 --> 00:21:20,527 Yeah, that's great. Thanks. 312 00:21:25,993 --> 00:21:27,325 [camera clicking] 313 00:21:28,579 --> 00:21:31,162 - [woman] Vic, you were great! - [man] Welcome to Nashville! 314 00:21:31,248 --> 00:21:33,786 - I'm sorry to, um... - Who's that? 315 00:21:35,169 --> 00:21:36,751 Mr. Edwards, it's so nice to meet you. 316 00:21:36,837 --> 00:21:39,250 I'm a huge fan. My dad loves your movies. 317 00:21:47,056 --> 00:21:49,013 [music fades] 318 00:21:54,814 --> 00:21:56,396 [cameras clicking] 319 00:22:00,444 --> 00:22:02,902 - [all clamoring] - [cameras clicking] 320 00:22:10,287 --> 00:22:12,153 [all cheering] 321 00:22:20,047 --> 00:22:22,881 Okay, now, Mr. Edwards, if we could, right this way. 322 00:22:22,967 --> 00:22:24,708 - Okay. - I'd like to introduce you 323 00:22:24,802 --> 00:22:27,590 to our social media director and my better half. 324 00:22:27,680 --> 00:22:30,423 - This is my girlfriend, Faith. - [Vic] Hi, Faith. 325 00:22:30,516 --> 00:22:33,884 Hi. Wow. It's so exciting to meet you. 326 00:22:33,978 --> 00:22:37,187 All Doug keeps talking about is Vic Edwards, Vic Edwards. 327 00:22:37,690 --> 00:22:40,353 And FYI, on Instagram, Snapchat and Pinterest, 328 00:22:40,442 --> 00:22:41,853 my name is FaithVonAwesome 329 00:22:41,944 --> 00:22:44,231 but on Twitter, it's Faith, underscore, VonAwesome. 330 00:22:44,321 --> 00:22:46,438 Someone else beat me to it. But that's okay. 331 00:22:46,532 --> 00:22:48,068 And our Vines are hilarious. 332 00:22:48,158 --> 00:22:50,491 And our Facebook page already has, like, 200 likes, 333 00:22:50,578 --> 00:22:52,490 so just feel free to just invite all your friends. 334 00:22:52,580 --> 00:22:56,494 And, FYI, we've got a few hashtags going: hashtag INFF, 335 00:22:56,584 --> 00:23:00,203 hashtag Nashfilm, hashtag ViclnNashville. 336 00:23:00,296 --> 00:23:02,162 So just feel free to hashtag away 337 00:23:02,256 --> 00:23:04,168 on any of your pics that you post, okay? 338 00:23:06,218 --> 00:23:08,380 - Thank you. - Can I get you a drink? 339 00:23:08,470 --> 00:23:09,881 Yeah, I'll have a whiskey. 340 00:23:09,972 --> 00:23:12,305 - Aye, aye, sir. Okay. - [Vic] Okay. 341 00:23:12,391 --> 00:23:15,099 All right, Faith, actually, just bring it on into the theater. 342 00:23:15,185 --> 00:23:16,517 Um, we've got to get going. 343 00:23:16,604 --> 00:23:18,436 We've got a lot of movies to get through 344 00:23:18,522 --> 00:23:19,979 before the big awards ceremony Sunday. 345 00:23:20,065 --> 00:23:21,431 The screening room right around here. 346 00:23:21,525 --> 00:23:23,608 There's actually a lot of local contest winners 347 00:23:23,694 --> 00:23:25,731 and fans that are already in there, waiting. 348 00:23:26,530 --> 00:23:28,146 [grunts] Excuse me. Pardon me. 349 00:23:28,240 --> 00:23:30,732 - [man] He's here. - [all cheering and applauding] 350 00:23:55,392 --> 00:23:56,974 All right. Thank you, everybody, 351 00:23:57,061 --> 00:24:00,680 for coming to the fifth annual International Nashville Film Festival. 352 00:24:00,773 --> 00:24:02,639 - [all cheering] - Yeah. 353 00:24:05,819 --> 00:24:08,106 You know, we've been doing this for a number of years now, 354 00:24:08,197 --> 00:24:11,656 but I have to say, it's never been more exciting for me 355 00:24:11,742 --> 00:24:14,405 than this year because we have with us our guest of honor, 356 00:24:14,495 --> 00:24:17,784 the number one box office star for five years in a row. 357 00:24:17,873 --> 00:24:19,455 - Six. - Six. I'm sorry. 358 00:24:19,541 --> 00:24:21,373 - That's all right. - Six years in a row. 359 00:24:21,752 --> 00:24:24,244 Tennessee's favorite son, movie star extraordinaire. 360 00:24:24,338 --> 00:24:26,250 Everybody, give it up for Mr. Vic Edwards. 361 00:24:26,340 --> 00:24:28,753 [all cheering and applauding] 362 00:24:31,470 --> 00:24:33,962 So, Vic, the opening movie of the festival tonight 363 00:24:34,056 --> 00:24:37,174 is your 1961 classic Nine Lives to Kathmandu, 364 00:24:37,559 --> 00:24:39,346 for which the Hollywood Critics Association 365 00:24:39,436 --> 00:24:41,348 awarded you Best Newcomer of the year. 366 00:24:41,772 --> 00:24:43,889 That's the only time I ever agreed with the critics. 367 00:24:43,983 --> 00:24:46,100 [all laugh] 368 00:24:46,777 --> 00:24:49,190 Oh, thank you. One second. 369 00:24:53,534 --> 00:24:55,742 Oh. All right. 370 00:24:58,122 --> 00:24:59,784 Thank you. [clears throat] 371 00:24:59,873 --> 00:25:03,207 [Doug] So, yeah, Vic, like I said, if you have any stories or anecdotes 372 00:25:03,293 --> 00:25:05,956 about the making of that film, I think we'd all love to hear 'em. 373 00:25:06,046 --> 00:25:07,253 I have a question. 374 00:25:07,339 --> 00:25:09,422 Please save any questions for the Q&A after the film. 375 00:25:09,842 --> 00:25:12,550 Well, Kathmandu was a B-picture, 376 00:25:12,636 --> 00:25:15,424 which means it didn't cost much to make. 377 00:25:15,514 --> 00:25:17,551 Somehow, it shot right to the top. 378 00:25:18,058 --> 00:25:20,892 One minute, uh, I was a two-bit stuntman 379 00:25:20,978 --> 00:25:22,344 and the next minute, 380 00:25:22,896 --> 00:25:24,262 I was the toast of the town. 381 00:25:24,356 --> 00:25:26,097 Hollywood can do that. 382 00:25:26,400 --> 00:25:27,891 Wants to build you up, 383 00:25:28,902 --> 00:25:30,234 they can do it fast. 384 00:25:31,030 --> 00:25:33,397 And if they want you to crash and burn, 385 00:25:33,490 --> 00:25:34,901 they do that even faster. 386 00:25:35,409 --> 00:25:36,570 Speaking of stunts, it is true 387 00:25:36,660 --> 00:25:39,152 that you doubled Burt Lancaster in Gunfight at the OK Corral? 388 00:25:39,246 --> 00:25:42,535 Dammit, Shane. I said no questions till the Q&A. 389 00:25:42,875 --> 00:25:45,492 [Vic] That's all right. Nobody doubled Burt. 390 00:25:45,586 --> 00:25:48,624 But I did double somebody in that picture, 391 00:25:48,714 --> 00:25:50,205 and that was Rhonda Fleming. 392 00:25:50,299 --> 00:25:52,416 [laughs] 393 00:25:52,509 --> 00:25:56,298 - I had to fall off a horse in a dress. - [all laugh] 394 00:25:56,388 --> 00:25:59,051 All right. I don't know if it's gonna get a lot better than that 395 00:25:59,141 --> 00:26:00,848 - so let's begin the festival. - [all cheering and applauding] 396 00:26:02,978 --> 00:26:04,890 [music playing on speakers] 397 00:26:17,367 --> 00:26:19,905 - [all cheering] - Yeah! 398 00:26:24,708 --> 00:26:26,074 Excuse me. 399 00:26:28,295 --> 00:26:30,753 [movie continues playing, indistinctly] 400 00:27:05,124 --> 00:27:07,867 [Lil] No, I've given you everything and you still cheat on me! 401 00:27:09,628 --> 00:27:11,836 You cheated on me! I've given you everything! 402 00:27:11,922 --> 00:27:13,959 - I didn't have sex with her. - You didn't have sex with her, 403 00:27:14,049 --> 00:27:15,631 - you still cheated on me. - [Bjorn] Give me a break. 404 00:27:15,717 --> 00:27:17,879 Look at you, wearing these shorts with your ass hanging out 405 00:27:17,970 --> 00:27:19,552 with that stupid idiot at this stupid place. 406 00:27:19,638 --> 00:27:21,755 [Lil] Stupid... What place? You're always screwing my friends! 407 00:27:21,849 --> 00:27:24,307 - [Bjorn] I don't mean to. - [Lil] You're an asshole! 408 00:27:24,393 --> 00:27:25,725 - [Bjorn] Get out of the way! - Ahhh! 409 00:27:25,811 --> 00:27:27,052 You're a downer, all right? 410 00:27:27,146 --> 00:27:29,729 [Lil] You're the one who cheated on me! I hate you! 411 00:27:29,815 --> 00:27:31,898 You can't do this! How dare you? 412 00:27:31,984 --> 00:27:33,941 After everything! 413 00:27:49,626 --> 00:27:52,164 You got shit taste for men, you know that? 414 00:27:53,630 --> 00:27:55,246 Yeah? Tell me about it. 415 00:27:55,340 --> 00:27:57,423 Next time some guy gives you a hard time, 416 00:27:57,509 --> 00:28:00,627 just jab him in the throat, right in the Adam's apple, 417 00:28:00,721 --> 00:28:02,553 you know, with these four fingers. [mimics gagging] 418 00:28:02,639 --> 00:28:06,053 Right there. He won't talk for quite a few days. 419 00:28:06,143 --> 00:28:07,975 Yeah, well, it's not some guy. 420 00:28:08,353 --> 00:28:10,140 It's Bjorn, my boyfriend. 421 00:28:10,814 --> 00:28:13,807 Well, ex-boyfriend now. 422 00:28:14,276 --> 00:28:16,609 - Bjorn? - It's Swedish. 423 00:28:16,695 --> 00:28:18,857 I know. It's Swedish for "shit". 424 00:28:18,947 --> 00:28:21,234 Has he ever put his hands on you before? 425 00:28:21,325 --> 00:28:24,818 You know, whatever. I mean, he has to date me 426 00:28:24,912 --> 00:28:26,198 and I'm crazy, so. 427 00:28:26,747 --> 00:28:29,455 Ah. So it's your fault? 428 00:28:30,834 --> 00:28:32,041 'Cause you're crazy. 429 00:28:32,377 --> 00:28:34,118 Yeah, you know what? You don't get anything. 430 00:28:34,546 --> 00:28:36,412 And I don't need psychoanalysis 431 00:28:36,506 --> 00:28:38,714 from some has-been actor from Hollywood. 432 00:28:38,800 --> 00:28:41,884 And speaking of Hollywood, why the hell are you even here? 433 00:28:43,096 --> 00:28:44,712 Well, I'm only here because 434 00:28:44,806 --> 00:28:47,264 Clint and Jack and Bobby De Niro all came. 435 00:28:48,602 --> 00:28:50,059 - Clint Eastwood? - Mm-hmm. 436 00:28:50,145 --> 00:28:51,636 - Jack Nicholson? - Yeah. 437 00:28:52,022 --> 00:28:53,684 Yeah. Mr. Edwards, 438 00:28:53,774 --> 00:28:55,982 this is the International Nashville Film Festival, 439 00:28:56,068 --> 00:28:58,606 not the Nashville International Film Festival. 440 00:28:58,695 --> 00:29:01,438 That's the big one. Yeah. Those guys never came here. 441 00:29:01,531 --> 00:29:04,615 Said on the invite they all won the same award that I'm getting. 442 00:29:04,701 --> 00:29:07,944 My brother invited them. He just never got a response. 443 00:29:08,038 --> 00:29:10,530 In the four years he's been running it, 444 00:29:10,624 --> 00:29:14,709 you are the only one stupid enough to show up. 445 00:29:15,921 --> 00:29:16,877 Huh. 446 00:29:27,224 --> 00:29:29,637 [music playing] 447 00:29:31,770 --> 00:29:34,103 [all cheering and applauding] 448 00:29:41,655 --> 00:29:43,271 All right, huh? 449 00:29:48,495 --> 00:29:51,454 Ladies and gentlemen, Vic Edwards. 450 00:29:55,210 --> 00:29:56,792 Where's Vic? 451 00:29:56,878 --> 00:30:00,087 Uh, okay. Vic must be in the bathroom or something. 452 00:30:00,173 --> 00:30:01,789 Everybody sit tight. I'm gonna go get him. 453 00:30:01,883 --> 00:30:03,419 I'll be right back. Come on. 454 00:30:14,229 --> 00:30:16,846 - Hey, where's Vic? - I don't know. He left. 455 00:30:17,399 --> 00:30:18,560 What do you mean he left? 456 00:30:19,443 --> 00:30:22,231 He got up and walked out the door. 457 00:30:22,779 --> 00:30:25,021 Well, why didn't you come get me at least or something? 458 00:30:25,449 --> 00:30:27,657 And interrupt the movie? God forbid. 459 00:30:29,286 --> 00:30:30,822 Dammit, Lil. [huffs] 460 00:30:32,539 --> 00:30:34,121 - Vic! - Mr. Edwards. 461 00:30:34,207 --> 00:30:36,415 He wants to be called Vic. Vic! 462 00:30:39,588 --> 00:30:42,251 - Oh, my God. - Holy shit. That's awesome. 463 00:30:42,341 --> 00:30:45,505 - Come on, boy. Come on. - [Doug] Holy shit. 464 00:30:46,261 --> 00:30:47,342 Dammit. 465 00:30:47,763 --> 00:30:50,221 Here you go. Yee-hyah. 466 00:30:50,307 --> 00:30:51,639 - [whistles] - Vic. 467 00:30:51,725 --> 00:30:53,933 - Hey, Vic. - [mumbles] 468 00:30:54,019 --> 00:30:58,480 - Um, Vic, you okay? - Come on, big boy. Up, Silver. 469 00:30:58,565 --> 00:31:00,602 - [whistles] - [tapping] 470 00:31:01,068 --> 00:31:02,184 Everything all right? 471 00:31:02,277 --> 00:31:04,064 Of course I'm all right, goddammit. 472 00:31:04,154 --> 00:31:08,819 Look at me. I'm riding like a son-of-a-bitch. [whistles] 473 00:31:08,909 --> 00:31:11,242 Go, baby. Yee-haw. 474 00:31:11,328 --> 00:31:13,695 You know what my first job in movies was? 475 00:31:14,539 --> 00:31:15,620 Falling off a horse. 476 00:31:15,707 --> 00:31:19,121 Great. Uh, what do you say we go do the Q&A, huh? 477 00:31:19,211 --> 00:31:21,954 - He's sloshed, man. - [mouthing] Shut up. 478 00:31:22,047 --> 00:31:24,915 I am not sloshed. 479 00:31:25,592 --> 00:31:27,299 Anybody could fall off a horse, 480 00:31:27,386 --> 00:31:30,675 but a good stuntman can do it and get up and be okay. 481 00:31:30,764 --> 00:31:32,505 And that is the art. 482 00:31:34,142 --> 00:31:36,429 Oh. Awesome. Good to know. 483 00:31:36,520 --> 00:31:39,183 Stuntmen never get the glory they deserve. 484 00:31:39,272 --> 00:31:41,480 I was always envious of 'em. 485 00:31:41,566 --> 00:31:43,432 I should have stayed a stuntman. 486 00:31:43,527 --> 00:31:45,689 Maybe. Coulda, shoulda, right? 487 00:31:45,779 --> 00:31:48,146 You know, these would actually be great anecdotes 488 00:31:48,240 --> 00:31:49,731 to tell at the... at the Q&A. 489 00:31:49,825 --> 00:31:51,737 If you want... If you want to head back inside. 490 00:31:51,827 --> 00:31:54,945 When I was starting out, all they made were westerns. 491 00:31:55,038 --> 00:31:57,701 I didn't know a damn thing about Hollywood, 492 00:31:57,791 --> 00:31:59,657 but I did know how to ride a horse. 493 00:31:59,751 --> 00:32:01,959 So I snuck on the Paramount lot, 494 00:32:02,045 --> 00:32:04,583 and when I heard they were shooting a Hoppy movie, 495 00:32:04,673 --> 00:32:05,959 I walked up to the guy, 496 00:32:06,049 --> 00:32:08,291 shouting the loudest and I said, 497 00:32:08,385 --> 00:32:10,798 "I'm the new stuntman." 498 00:32:11,721 --> 00:32:14,259 Next thing I know, I'm dressed like an Injun, 499 00:32:14,349 --> 00:32:19,310 riding a caramel stallion across the Paramount ranch. 500 00:32:19,396 --> 00:32:22,264 And then I hear my cue. Bang! 501 00:32:23,692 --> 00:32:25,308 And you know what I did then? 502 00:32:26,111 --> 00:32:28,649 [whistles] Fell off the horse. 503 00:32:29,322 --> 00:32:32,360 Bet I could still do it. Yell "Bang." 504 00:32:33,368 --> 00:32:34,324 I'm sorry, what? 505 00:32:34,411 --> 00:32:35,993 Yell "Bang." 506 00:32:37,038 --> 00:32:38,495 - Bang. - [grunts] 507 00:32:38,582 --> 00:32:40,244 [Doug] Oh, my God. 508 00:32:42,669 --> 00:32:44,001 Very good, guys. 509 00:32:44,880 --> 00:32:46,371 Careful, Vic. 510 00:32:46,882 --> 00:32:47,998 Oh, shit. 511 00:32:48,091 --> 00:32:50,174 Ladies and gentlemen, Vic Edwards. 512 00:32:50,260 --> 00:32:51,250 [all cheering] 513 00:32:51,344 --> 00:32:52,880 [Vic mumbling] 514 00:33:02,230 --> 00:33:03,391 [sighs] 515 00:33:06,943 --> 00:33:10,152 [Doug] Okay, as promised, Vic is gonna do a short Q&A. 516 00:33:10,238 --> 00:33:12,070 Vic, your co-star in Kathmandu 517 00:33:12,157 --> 00:33:14,194 was the lovely and talented Virginia Donovan. 518 00:33:14,284 --> 00:33:15,866 The studio PR department at the time 519 00:33:15,952 --> 00:33:17,318 played you guys up as an item. 520 00:33:17,412 --> 00:33:20,746 Was there any truth to that rumor, or was that just Hollywood hype? 521 00:33:20,832 --> 00:33:22,664 No, I banged her brains out. 522 00:33:22,751 --> 00:33:24,083 [all laughing] 523 00:33:24,169 --> 00:33:27,583 But the rumors that we were dating was bullshit. 524 00:33:27,672 --> 00:33:29,038 Look, I'll give it to you straight 525 00:33:29,132 --> 00:33:31,545 because I'm too old to give you any crap. 526 00:33:31,635 --> 00:33:34,594 When you're famous, everybody wants to screw you. 527 00:33:34,679 --> 00:33:35,760 Hmm. 528 00:33:35,847 --> 00:33:38,089 So I porked about every starlet in Hollywood. 529 00:33:38,183 --> 00:33:39,299 Every cover girl. 530 00:33:39,392 --> 00:33:41,600 Every cute extra. Every hot waitress. 531 00:33:41,686 --> 00:33:45,054 There was one makeup girl on the set of No Can Do, 532 00:33:45,148 --> 00:33:47,185 what a set of bonkers there. 533 00:33:47,275 --> 00:33:50,188 They should have declared national treasures. 534 00:33:50,278 --> 00:33:54,272 Probably look like saggy socks over the menorah now, but... 535 00:33:54,866 --> 00:33:56,573 What was the question again? 536 00:33:58,995 --> 00:34:02,033 Uh... All right. Any other questions? 537 00:34:02,123 --> 00:34:03,113 Yes, Shane. 538 00:34:03,208 --> 00:34:05,916 Um, at the onset of your career, 539 00:34:06,002 --> 00:34:07,789 you were known as an actor's actor. 540 00:34:07,879 --> 00:34:09,336 You even studied with Stella Adler. 541 00:34:09,422 --> 00:34:10,879 Yeah. Bitch. 542 00:34:11,466 --> 00:34:13,128 You were compared to Brando, even. 543 00:34:13,218 --> 00:34:14,709 But somewhere along the way, 544 00:34:14,803 --> 00:34:17,045 you started choosing to do more action-y films 545 00:34:17,138 --> 00:34:18,424 instead of the character pieces. 546 00:34:18,765 --> 00:34:19,676 Why is that? 547 00:34:19,766 --> 00:34:23,055 And is it true that you turned down Serpico for Johnny Speedway? 548 00:34:25,480 --> 00:34:26,596 [sighs] 549 00:34:26,898 --> 00:34:28,434 Well, you know, it's getting kind of late. 550 00:34:28,525 --> 00:34:31,142 We got a big day tomorrow so I think maybe, um... 551 00:34:31,236 --> 00:34:32,602 You know, but he's... he's right. 552 00:34:32,696 --> 00:34:34,733 Pacino, De Niro, Brando. 553 00:34:35,865 --> 00:34:37,356 They picked the right ones. 554 00:34:38,660 --> 00:34:39,992 Bad choices. 555 00:34:41,705 --> 00:34:42,616 [sighs] 556 00:34:45,750 --> 00:34:46,957 Bad choices. 557 00:34:55,969 --> 00:34:58,302 Well, I think, uh, I speak for all of us 558 00:34:58,388 --> 00:35:01,131 when I say that you definitely made the right choices 559 00:35:01,224 --> 00:35:02,931 'cause we love all your films, right? 560 00:35:03,018 --> 00:35:04,008 [all applauding] 561 00:35:06,605 --> 00:35:07,846 Yeah. 562 00:35:09,024 --> 00:35:10,356 Speaking of De Niro, 563 00:35:11,610 --> 00:35:14,353 you sold me a bill of goods, you little asshole. 564 00:35:14,446 --> 00:35:15,778 I'm sorry, what? 565 00:35:15,864 --> 00:35:18,982 Well, you let me believe that Clint and Bobby and JJack 566 00:35:19,075 --> 00:35:21,283 all came on to accept their awards here. 567 00:35:21,369 --> 00:35:23,201 And they never been here. 568 00:35:23,288 --> 00:35:25,951 I never said they came here, to be clear. 569 00:35:26,374 --> 00:35:29,162 Uh, I just said we had given them the awards. 570 00:35:29,502 --> 00:35:31,619 [Vic] What are you trying to do, humiliate me? 571 00:35:31,713 --> 00:35:33,750 Cannes. That was a film festival. 572 00:35:34,215 --> 00:35:36,548 Venice, that was a film festival. 573 00:35:36,635 --> 00:35:41,596 But this is just a bunch of losers watching movies in their basement. 574 00:35:47,437 --> 00:35:49,804 Screw it. [clears throat] 575 00:35:51,024 --> 00:35:52,481 - [yelps] - [all gasp] 576 00:35:52,567 --> 00:35:54,024 [Doug] Holy shit! 577 00:35:57,364 --> 00:35:58,605 [grunts] 578 00:36:00,158 --> 00:36:02,115 [groaning] 579 00:36:02,452 --> 00:36:03,784 [grunts] 580 00:36:03,870 --> 00:36:05,077 [sighs] 581 00:36:05,163 --> 00:36:07,155 [Doug] All righty, Vic, nighty night. 582 00:36:07,666 --> 00:36:09,953 Lil's gonna be here at noon to pick you up. 583 00:36:10,043 --> 00:36:12,251 We'll go get some famous Nashville barbecue 584 00:36:12,337 --> 00:36:14,545 and then we got a big day of screenings tomorrow. 585 00:36:14,631 --> 00:36:17,465 When you show a movie on a theater screen, 586 00:36:17,550 --> 00:36:19,212 it's a screening. 587 00:36:19,302 --> 00:36:22,045 But when you project a movie on the wall, 588 00:36:22,138 --> 00:36:23,970 it's pathetic. 589 00:36:24,599 --> 00:36:25,885 You know, we're just starting out. 590 00:36:25,975 --> 00:36:28,718 We're doing the best we can with the money that we have. 591 00:36:28,812 --> 00:36:31,179 [Vic] Your whole stupid little festival is a joke. 592 00:36:31,272 --> 00:36:33,138 I get it now. 593 00:36:33,608 --> 00:36:36,897 The joke's on me. You guys are messing with me. 594 00:36:37,654 --> 00:36:39,896 No, no, Mr. Edwards. It's nothing like that. 595 00:36:39,989 --> 00:36:42,857 Put it on the YouTube and the whole world will laugh at it. 596 00:36:42,951 --> 00:36:44,112 Vic, we're your biggest fans. 597 00:36:44,202 --> 00:36:45,818 We would never do anything like that. 598 00:36:45,912 --> 00:36:47,949 Uh-huh. Well, that's why this asshole's 599 00:36:48,039 --> 00:36:50,201 following me around with that camera. 600 00:36:50,291 --> 00:36:52,578 Get that out of my face. 601 00:36:52,669 --> 00:36:54,001 No, no, Mr. Edwards. Mr. Edwards. 602 00:36:54,087 --> 00:36:55,248 Mr. Edwards, please. 603 00:36:55,338 --> 00:36:56,749 No, no, Vic, Vic, please. 604 00:36:56,840 --> 00:36:59,253 It's a liability thing. I don't think we should fight. 605 00:36:59,342 --> 00:37:00,549 [Stuart gasps] 606 00:37:00,635 --> 00:37:02,251 [glass shatters] 607 00:37:08,977 --> 00:37:10,058 [grunts] 608 00:37:12,647 --> 00:37:13,637 You're a jerk. 609 00:37:14,149 --> 00:37:16,766 - Doug! - [Doug] No. No, Shane. 610 00:37:16,860 --> 00:37:19,147 I've had it. I mean, he just broke Stuart's camera. 611 00:37:19,237 --> 00:37:21,354 You want to know the real reason we brought you here? 612 00:37:21,448 --> 00:37:23,440 Yes, because I'm stupid enough to come. 613 00:37:23,533 --> 00:37:27,072 Because we're fans, okay? Because we love your movies. 614 00:37:27,162 --> 00:37:28,994 Because we think you're a great actor. 615 00:37:29,497 --> 00:37:30,658 And we save all our money 616 00:37:30,749 --> 00:37:32,331 and we throw this film festival every year. 617 00:37:32,417 --> 00:37:35,125 And, yeah, maybe some aspects of it are a little low-rent. 618 00:37:35,211 --> 00:37:36,622 - A little? - But I was really excited 619 00:37:36,713 --> 00:37:37,703 when you agreed to come. 620 00:37:37,797 --> 00:37:39,538 Now I wish that I hadn't even invited you 621 00:37:39,632 --> 00:37:40,793 because you're ruining the whole thing. 622 00:37:40,884 --> 00:37:42,921 I wish you'd never invited me either. 623 00:37:43,011 --> 00:37:44,092 Well, I did! 624 00:37:45,180 --> 00:37:47,046 And you're here, so... 625 00:37:47,932 --> 00:37:48,843 tough titty. 626 00:37:49,559 --> 00:37:51,721 - Ah. - [Doug] All right, look. 627 00:37:51,811 --> 00:37:55,100 We've got a big day tomorrow, "showings" of your movies, 628 00:37:55,190 --> 00:37:56,977 so just suck it up, okay? 629 00:37:57,066 --> 00:37:58,932 I'm so sorry you've got to spend the weekend 630 00:37:59,027 --> 00:38:00,393 being loved and adored by everybody. 631 00:38:00,487 --> 00:38:01,773 How... How terrible. 632 00:38:02,363 --> 00:38:06,323 Nighty-night, guys. Out. Out. Bye-bye. 633 00:38:06,409 --> 00:38:09,698 - Out! Bye-bye. - All right. 634 00:38:14,250 --> 00:38:17,368 Wow. That's a whole new breed of crazy. 635 00:38:18,797 --> 00:38:20,004 Shut up, Shane. 636 00:38:22,258 --> 00:38:24,750 I'm... I'm so sorry about your camera. 637 00:38:24,844 --> 00:38:26,710 It's all right, man, it's the school's. 638 00:38:26,805 --> 00:38:27,841 They insure it. 639 00:38:28,848 --> 00:38:32,182 Man, I told you the wording on that invitation was deceiving. 640 00:38:35,814 --> 00:38:38,352 He must be a really unhappy person. 641 00:38:38,441 --> 00:38:41,525 I heard he could be kind of an a-hole but that was nuts. 642 00:38:43,446 --> 00:38:46,063 I guess artists are just emotional creatures. 643 00:38:46,157 --> 00:38:47,693 Tortured souls. 644 00:38:48,451 --> 00:38:50,363 But, I mean, what's there even to be unhappy about? 645 00:38:50,453 --> 00:38:52,285 He's Vic Edwards, for Christ's sake. 646 00:38:52,372 --> 00:38:54,785 He's made love to so many beautiful women. 647 00:39:02,382 --> 00:39:03,873 [groaning] 648 00:39:08,471 --> 00:39:10,508 [truck horn blaring] 649 00:39:12,267 --> 00:39:14,054 [indistinct chattering] 650 00:39:21,109 --> 00:39:22,725 [exclaims] 651 00:39:28,116 --> 00:39:29,527 [grunts] 652 00:39:37,542 --> 00:39:38,874 [chuckles] 653 00:39:42,297 --> 00:39:43,879 [grunts] 654 00:39:56,019 --> 00:39:58,056 [indistinct chattering] 655 00:40:06,821 --> 00:40:08,562 [blows raspberry] 656 00:40:14,662 --> 00:40:15,698 Hmm. 657 00:40:18,833 --> 00:40:20,495 [woman] Get over here, Vic. 658 00:40:21,961 --> 00:40:23,202 Huh? 659 00:40:24,589 --> 00:40:26,626 [laughing] 660 00:40:29,052 --> 00:40:30,213 Hello. 661 00:40:30,303 --> 00:40:32,215 You just gonna stand there, Vic? 662 00:40:32,305 --> 00:40:34,592 - [chuckling] - Just gonna stand there, Vic? 663 00:40:34,682 --> 00:40:36,264 [echoing] Get over here, Vic. 664 00:40:39,354 --> 00:40:40,936 [echoing] I love you, Vic. 665 00:40:41,731 --> 00:40:42,892 [laughing] 666 00:40:43,691 --> 00:40:45,307 Get over here, Vic. 667 00:40:45,401 --> 00:40:47,768 You just gonna stand there, Vic? 668 00:40:47,862 --> 00:40:48,943 Get over here, Vic. 669 00:40:55,703 --> 00:40:56,910 [groans] 670 00:41:04,629 --> 00:41:06,245 [cell phone vibrating] 671 00:41:16,641 --> 00:41:17,597 Hello? 672 00:41:17,684 --> 00:41:19,641 [Doug] Please tell me you're with Vic. 673 00:41:19,727 --> 00:41:21,935 - Who? - Dammit, Lil. 674 00:41:22,021 --> 00:41:23,762 Are you still asleep? I can't believe you. 675 00:41:23,856 --> 00:41:25,722 Oh, shit. Shit, shit, shit. 676 00:41:25,817 --> 00:41:28,935 You were supposed to pick Vic up at the motel 10 minutes ago. 677 00:41:29,028 --> 00:41:32,442 Yeah, well, that's funny, because I am almost at the motel. 678 00:41:32,532 --> 00:41:33,864 Beep your horn. 679 00:41:33,950 --> 00:41:35,566 - Hmm? - Prove to me you're in your car. 680 00:41:35,660 --> 00:41:37,071 Honk your horn. 681 00:41:37,161 --> 00:41:39,778 Oh, shut up, Doug. I'll be there in, like, 15 minutes. 682 00:41:42,333 --> 00:41:45,417 - [Bjorn groaning] - [yelps] 683 00:41:45,503 --> 00:41:48,496 - Mmm. - Cut it out, Bjorn. 684 00:41:48,589 --> 00:41:49,796 I have to get to work. 685 00:41:49,882 --> 00:41:51,748 - You have to get to work? - Yes, I do. 686 00:41:51,843 --> 00:41:54,130 What is that? Driving some old man around? 687 00:41:55,596 --> 00:41:57,007 Can he not wait 15 minutes? 688 00:41:57,098 --> 00:41:58,930 Quit looking so pleased with yourself. 689 00:41:59,017 --> 00:42:00,508 I'm still pissed at you. 690 00:42:00,601 --> 00:42:02,467 You got a funny way of showing it. 691 00:42:02,562 --> 00:42:05,521 You didn't seem too pissed at me a couple of hours ago. 692 00:42:05,606 --> 00:42:07,438 Okay, it's called a hate bone. 693 00:42:08,526 --> 00:42:10,392 You know you're cute when you're angry. 694 00:42:12,196 --> 00:42:13,687 [cell phone vibrating] 695 00:42:13,781 --> 00:42:16,524 No, no. Don't do it. 696 00:42:16,617 --> 00:42:18,404 Oh, it's Doug again. 697 00:42:18,494 --> 00:42:20,406 Babe, babe, I really gotta go. 698 00:42:20,496 --> 00:42:23,284 I gotta go. Okay? Okay. 699 00:42:26,294 --> 00:42:27,660 [Bjorn groaning] 700 00:42:28,504 --> 00:42:31,542 Lock up when you leave, all right? 701 00:42:31,632 --> 00:42:32,918 Done. 702 00:42:33,885 --> 00:42:35,001 Jerk. 703 00:42:35,094 --> 00:42:36,460 - Bye. - [door closes] 704 00:42:37,930 --> 00:42:39,421 [knocking on door] 705 00:42:46,773 --> 00:42:49,982 Yes? Oh. Only 25 minutes late. 706 00:42:50,068 --> 00:42:52,526 Come on. Let's get to the restaurant. The boys are all waiting. 707 00:42:52,612 --> 00:42:53,773 Really? 708 00:42:54,697 --> 00:42:55,904 What happened to your head? 709 00:42:55,990 --> 00:42:57,481 Eh... 710 00:43:01,079 --> 00:43:02,991 Whoa, whoa, whoa. What's this? 711 00:43:03,081 --> 00:43:06,074 You're gonna take me to the airport and I'm going back to LA. 712 00:43:06,751 --> 00:43:08,959 But what about Doug and the film festival? 713 00:43:09,045 --> 00:43:10,331 Uh, what about them? 714 00:43:10,421 --> 00:43:13,914 In the grand tradition of Nicholson and Eastwood, 715 00:43:14,008 --> 00:43:18,628 I will accept my Lifetime Achievement Award in absentia. 716 00:43:20,556 --> 00:43:22,172 Suit yourself. 717 00:43:22,266 --> 00:43:23,507 [grunts] 718 00:43:35,488 --> 00:43:37,024 So how's Bjorn? 719 00:43:38,032 --> 00:43:39,148 Wouldn't know. 720 00:43:41,828 --> 00:43:43,239 I see. 721 00:43:43,329 --> 00:43:47,289 I suppose you just gave yourself that hickey on your neck, then. 722 00:43:50,962 --> 00:43:52,203 That was there before. 723 00:43:53,172 --> 00:43:54,538 No, it wasn't. 724 00:43:55,842 --> 00:43:58,209 You're a pretty nosy old guy, aren't you? 725 00:43:58,302 --> 00:44:00,043 I don't know if nosy is the word. 726 00:44:00,138 --> 00:44:03,427 When you get to be my age, there are clear cut delineations 727 00:44:03,516 --> 00:44:06,975 between what is acceptable and what is unacceptable. 728 00:44:07,979 --> 00:44:10,938 What he did was unacceptable. 729 00:44:11,023 --> 00:44:12,480 Oh, I get it. 730 00:44:12,567 --> 00:44:15,731 So I guess your behavior last night was acceptable. 731 00:44:15,820 --> 00:44:18,608 I mean, to be honest with you, you're being pretty shitty. 732 00:44:18,698 --> 00:44:21,406 I could give two shits about Doug's little film festival, 733 00:44:21,492 --> 00:44:24,735 but you are being very uncool. 734 00:44:24,829 --> 00:44:26,570 Well, that's life. 735 00:44:28,583 --> 00:44:29,915 He'll get over it. 736 00:44:30,001 --> 00:44:31,617 Are you always this much of an asshole 737 00:44:31,711 --> 00:44:33,873 or just to lowly peons like us? 738 00:44:33,963 --> 00:44:37,206 No. I'm pretty much always a big asshole. 739 00:44:37,300 --> 00:44:40,259 [Lil] Wow, cool. Must be so liberating to live your life 740 00:44:40,344 --> 00:44:42,381 not giving a shit about anybody but yourself. 741 00:44:45,266 --> 00:44:47,553 Take the next exit, all right? 742 00:44:49,353 --> 00:44:50,844 Why? The airport's ahead. 743 00:44:51,397 --> 00:44:54,185 I can see that, but take the next exit. 744 00:44:54,692 --> 00:44:56,649 To Knoxville? It's a three hour drive. 745 00:44:56,736 --> 00:44:58,102 What time's your plane? 746 00:44:58,196 --> 00:44:59,528 I'll reschedule it. 747 00:44:59,614 --> 00:45:02,322 Okay. I can't just up and go to Knoxville. 748 00:45:02,408 --> 00:45:03,740 I got things I gotta do. 749 00:45:03,826 --> 00:45:05,192 Bjorn can wait. 750 00:45:06,162 --> 00:45:10,031 I was promised an assistant and a car for the whole weekend. 751 00:45:10,625 --> 00:45:12,582 There are things I gotta take care of. 752 00:45:14,337 --> 00:45:15,578 Now, go. 753 00:45:17,506 --> 00:45:19,748 [engine revving] 754 00:45:19,842 --> 00:45:21,424 [tires screeching] 755 00:45:27,892 --> 00:45:29,884 Don't you think you ought to slow down a little? 756 00:45:30,394 --> 00:45:32,761 We're liable to get pulled over. [chuckles] 757 00:45:32,855 --> 00:45:34,016 Cute. 758 00:45:37,693 --> 00:45:39,309 Goddamn son-of-a-bitch. 759 00:45:41,072 --> 00:45:42,813 [horn beeping] 760 00:45:42,907 --> 00:45:44,068 Goddamn, it's a Texas Mountie. 761 00:45:44,158 --> 00:45:45,490 What the hell's he doing in Arkansas? 762 00:45:45,576 --> 00:45:48,239 I think you better pull off to the side, Vic. 763 00:45:48,329 --> 00:45:50,992 Well, let's just see what he's got under the hood. 764 00:45:51,415 --> 00:45:52,872 Bye, bye, baby. 765 00:45:56,254 --> 00:45:57,085 Vic, take it easy. 766 00:45:57,171 --> 00:45:59,379 I may be old but I'm not ready to die yet. 767 00:46:01,217 --> 00:46:03,459 [tires screeching] 768 00:46:03,552 --> 00:46:05,885 [truck horn blaring] 769 00:46:09,183 --> 00:46:10,173 [laughs] 770 00:46:10,268 --> 00:46:11,725 What the hell's the matter with you? 771 00:46:11,811 --> 00:46:13,302 We could have been killed. 772 00:46:14,146 --> 00:46:16,058 You think you're gonna live forever? 773 00:46:16,148 --> 00:46:17,138 Uh-huh. 774 00:46:17,233 --> 00:46:20,476 Look, I know you think you've got it all figured out right now. 775 00:46:20,569 --> 00:46:21,980 Well, I do some crazy things. 776 00:46:22,071 --> 00:46:24,859 Well, listen to me. You're on a collision course. 777 00:46:24,949 --> 00:46:28,158 You're about to make a lot of bad life decisions. 778 00:46:28,244 --> 00:46:29,735 Really? 779 00:46:29,829 --> 00:46:31,866 I can help you before you throw it all away. 780 00:46:31,956 --> 00:46:33,037 Too late now! 781 00:46:35,876 --> 00:46:38,539 [yelling] No! 782 00:46:39,422 --> 00:46:41,334 [Lil] My current doctor is better than most. 783 00:46:41,424 --> 00:46:44,462 I still get the freakouts and the crying bouts 784 00:46:44,552 --> 00:46:46,760 for hours and hours on end every once in a while. 785 00:46:46,846 --> 00:46:51,932 But I stopped having seizures and I stopped cutting myself. 786 00:46:53,394 --> 00:46:54,805 Wow. 787 00:46:56,314 --> 00:46:58,021 Now I'm really depressed. 788 00:46:59,692 --> 00:47:01,274 It was really bad for a while. 789 00:47:01,360 --> 00:47:04,068 I was convinced the only way out was to kill myself. 790 00:47:04,155 --> 00:47:06,238 Kill yourself? Are you crazy? 791 00:47:06,324 --> 00:47:08,236 Yes. Haven't you been listening? 792 00:47:09,410 --> 00:47:12,903 Killing yourself is the most selfish thing a person can do. 793 00:47:12,997 --> 00:47:15,034 Well, I didn't do it, did I? 794 00:47:15,124 --> 00:47:16,456 Well, don't. 795 00:47:17,918 --> 00:47:19,454 You know what's depressing? 796 00:47:20,504 --> 00:47:23,417 Growing old. That's depressing. 797 00:47:24,133 --> 00:47:26,591 - You know what your problem is? - What? 798 00:47:26,677 --> 00:47:29,135 You need to lighten up and appreciate what you've got. 799 00:47:29,221 --> 00:47:34,057 'Cause pretty soon, bang, it passes you right by. 800 00:47:34,143 --> 00:47:37,136 - Oh, it's just that easy? - Right. 801 00:47:37,229 --> 00:47:39,516 That is so ignorant. 802 00:47:39,607 --> 00:47:43,396 I'm not depressed. I have depression. 803 00:47:43,486 --> 00:47:44,727 It's different. 804 00:47:44,820 --> 00:47:47,608 Having depression is having a mental illness. 805 00:47:48,324 --> 00:47:50,657 - It has to be medicated. - Bullshit. 806 00:47:50,743 --> 00:47:52,325 You gotta be a fighter. 807 00:47:53,371 --> 00:47:54,407 Things get you down, 808 00:47:54,497 --> 00:47:56,489 you pick yourself up by your bootstraps 809 00:47:56,582 --> 00:47:58,665 and you just trudge forward. 810 00:47:59,126 --> 00:48:01,994 You're one to talk. I see you popping pills all the time. 811 00:48:03,047 --> 00:48:05,881 That's because I'm in pain. 812 00:48:06,842 --> 00:48:09,004 Well, so am I. 813 00:48:09,470 --> 00:48:11,257 What are you taking for it? 814 00:48:11,347 --> 00:48:12,554 [clicks tongue] 815 00:48:13,682 --> 00:48:15,218 Well, I was on Abilify, 816 00:48:15,309 --> 00:48:17,426 which is a mood stabilizer for bipolar disorder, 817 00:48:17,520 --> 00:48:20,354 but it felt like fireworks were going off in my brain 24/7, 818 00:48:20,439 --> 00:48:21,771 so I tried Trileptal. 819 00:48:21,857 --> 00:48:23,769 But that caused me to sleep for two solid weeks. 820 00:48:23,859 --> 00:48:26,647 And I was taking that with Lexapro, which is an antidepressant, 821 00:48:26,737 --> 00:48:28,524 but that turns you into a fat zombie. 822 00:48:28,614 --> 00:48:30,526 And then I tried Zoloft, which kills your sex drive, 823 00:48:30,616 --> 00:48:32,778 and that's just not gonna work. Klonopin is an anti-anxiety, 824 00:48:32,868 --> 00:48:34,905 but that put me to sleep for 10 hours, too. 825 00:48:34,995 --> 00:48:36,611 And Lamictal, which is similar to Lithium, 826 00:48:36,705 --> 00:48:38,412 gave me a bad rash all over my body, 827 00:48:38,499 --> 00:48:39,615 which was so not cute. 828 00:48:39,708 --> 00:48:41,370 Then they put me on Seroquel, an antipsychotic, 829 00:48:41,460 --> 00:48:43,793 which also put me into a deep sleep for hours on end. 830 00:48:43,879 --> 00:48:45,791 So they put me on Provigil, which is a stimulant 831 00:48:45,881 --> 00:48:47,964 that kept me up and focused, which was good. 832 00:48:48,050 --> 00:48:49,757 In fact, I had to try several stimulants 833 00:48:49,844 --> 00:48:51,460 before settling on Provigil. 834 00:48:51,554 --> 00:48:52,715 Adderall, Vyvanse, 835 00:48:52,805 --> 00:48:54,797 but those all make you act like a coke addict. 836 00:48:54,890 --> 00:48:57,553 The Suboxone gave me scary hallucinations 837 00:48:57,643 --> 00:48:59,555 and caused me to throw up all over the house, 838 00:48:59,645 --> 00:49:01,307 which, like I said before, is super cute. 839 00:49:01,397 --> 00:49:02,979 I'm currently on a cocktail of Provigil, 840 00:49:03,065 --> 00:49:04,727 Ativan, which is for anxiety, 841 00:49:04,817 --> 00:49:06,649 Prozac for my depression, which helps clear the fog 842 00:49:06,735 --> 00:49:08,101 from my brain a little bit. 843 00:49:08,195 --> 00:49:10,152 And an enzyme patch, which is an MAO inhibitor. 844 00:49:10,239 --> 00:49:13,152 I mean, it helps but I can't eat chocolate when I'm on it, 845 00:49:13,242 --> 00:49:15,108 which is depressing unto itself. 846 00:49:20,958 --> 00:49:22,074 Can I help you? 847 00:49:23,294 --> 00:49:24,910 Should you be driving? 848 00:49:27,298 --> 00:49:28,584 [sighs] 849 00:49:29,592 --> 00:49:31,549 [upbeat country music playing] 850 00:50:26,440 --> 00:50:28,523 [Lil] And we're here because... 851 00:50:29,777 --> 00:50:32,611 Because that's where I grew up. 852 00:50:35,533 --> 00:50:37,024 We drove three hours 853 00:50:37,117 --> 00:50:39,404 just so you could come and see your old house? 854 00:50:39,787 --> 00:50:40,823 Yeah. 855 00:50:41,830 --> 00:50:43,662 You got a problem with that? 856 00:50:44,333 --> 00:50:45,414 [scoffs] 857 00:50:45,501 --> 00:50:47,458 You are so corny. 858 00:50:47,545 --> 00:50:50,663 Yeah, that's true. Very true. [chuckles] 859 00:50:52,258 --> 00:50:53,374 Whatever. 860 00:50:54,176 --> 00:50:56,384 [Vic] I feel like I'm in a time machine. 861 00:50:56,470 --> 00:50:58,211 Everything looks the same. 862 00:50:59,348 --> 00:51:00,429 Smells the same. 863 00:51:00,933 --> 00:51:03,846 - Like dog shit. - Exactly. 864 00:51:04,812 --> 00:51:07,555 I swear my mother's gonna walk out that door 865 00:51:07,648 --> 00:51:08,889 and she's gonna say, 866 00:51:08,983 --> 00:51:12,272 "Marty, get your tuchus inside for dinner." 867 00:51:12,611 --> 00:51:13,692 Marty? 868 00:51:14,238 --> 00:51:15,524 Martin Schulman. 869 00:51:16,240 --> 00:51:17,606 Nice to meet you. 870 00:51:17,700 --> 00:51:19,987 Hold on. Your real name's Marty Schulman? 871 00:51:20,077 --> 00:51:21,409 Are you kidding me? 872 00:51:21,495 --> 00:51:24,158 Nobody from my day kept their Jewish name 873 00:51:24,248 --> 00:51:25,910 if they wanted a career in Hollywood. 874 00:51:26,000 --> 00:51:28,287 Tony Curtis' real name is Bernie Schwartz. 875 00:51:28,794 --> 00:51:30,410 Who's Tony Curtis? 876 00:51:31,171 --> 00:51:32,582 Never mind. 877 00:51:35,175 --> 00:51:36,586 Can I help you two? 878 00:51:36,677 --> 00:51:40,136 Yes, ma'am. I know you think we're some crazy people 879 00:51:40,222 --> 00:51:42,305 standing out here staring at your house, but... 880 00:51:42,391 --> 00:51:43,757 Are you Jehovah's Witnesses? 881 00:51:43,851 --> 00:51:46,013 [chuckles] No, ma'am. 882 00:51:46,103 --> 00:51:48,436 I actually used to live in this house. 883 00:51:48,522 --> 00:51:49,979 I happened to be in the area 884 00:51:50,065 --> 00:51:52,557 and I wanted to take a little walk down memory lane. 885 00:51:53,193 --> 00:51:54,104 Oh. 886 00:51:54,653 --> 00:51:55,985 Must have been a long time ago 887 00:51:56,071 --> 00:51:57,733 'cause we've been here over 40 years now. 888 00:51:57,823 --> 00:51:59,359 That's a long time. 889 00:51:59,450 --> 00:52:03,535 [laughs] Well, this house has been pretty good to us. 890 00:52:04,330 --> 00:52:07,539 We raised many a child and grandchild ourselves here. 891 00:52:08,208 --> 00:52:12,373 You know, they say that that, um, old actor Vic Edwards 892 00:52:12,463 --> 00:52:15,171 actually grew up in this house here, too. [laughs] 893 00:52:15,257 --> 00:52:16,623 No kidding. 894 00:52:16,717 --> 00:52:19,209 Ma'am, this is Vic Edwards. 895 00:52:22,973 --> 00:52:24,339 [chuckling] 896 00:52:28,854 --> 00:52:32,347 - Oh, I be damned! - [laughs] 897 00:52:32,441 --> 00:52:34,057 [laughs] You know how many times 898 00:52:34,151 --> 00:52:35,858 I told people you grew up in this house? 899 00:52:35,944 --> 00:52:37,856 I didn't even know whether it was true or not. 900 00:52:37,946 --> 00:52:40,188 And here you are. My God, here you are. 901 00:52:40,282 --> 00:52:42,524 [laughs] Can I hug you? Can I hug you? 902 00:52:42,618 --> 00:52:44,450 - Well, please, I'd love it. - Oh, my goodness. 903 00:52:44,536 --> 00:52:47,745 [laughs] Oh! I can't believe this. 904 00:52:47,831 --> 00:52:51,450 Here you are. The Vic Edwards. [laughs] 905 00:52:51,752 --> 00:52:53,288 [Vic] Oh, memories. 906 00:52:53,379 --> 00:52:55,837 [woman] I can't believe this. [laughs] 907 00:52:55,923 --> 00:52:57,630 Do you know what? My brother and I 908 00:52:57,716 --> 00:53:00,379 used to come tearing down these stairs, 909 00:53:00,469 --> 00:53:01,835 three steps at a time. 910 00:53:01,929 --> 00:53:04,046 I don't know why we were in such a hurry, 911 00:53:04,139 --> 00:53:07,177 but we were racing like it was the last thing we ever did. 912 00:53:07,267 --> 00:53:08,849 [woman laughs] 913 00:53:22,157 --> 00:53:24,570 [Vic's mother shouting, indistinct] 914 00:53:42,511 --> 00:53:43,718 [sighs] 915 00:54:01,780 --> 00:54:03,146 [Doug, on phone] Where are you guys? 916 00:54:03,240 --> 00:54:04,731 I mean, when are you going to be home? 917 00:54:04,825 --> 00:54:06,862 [Lil] I have no idea when I'm gonna be home. 918 00:54:06,952 --> 00:54:08,193 What are you guys doing? 919 00:54:08,287 --> 00:54:09,448 He's on some, like, 920 00:54:09,538 --> 00:54:12,076 weird memory tour or something. Ugh. 921 00:54:12,166 --> 00:54:13,873 Anyway, he's making me drive him around 922 00:54:13,959 --> 00:54:15,370 to all these places from his past. 923 00:54:15,461 --> 00:54:17,123 He's on some, like, nostalgia kick. 924 00:54:17,212 --> 00:54:19,499 It's so not fair that she gets to do that. 925 00:54:19,590 --> 00:54:23,504 First, we went to this old little house where he grew up 926 00:54:23,594 --> 00:54:26,553 and then we went to the temple where he had his Bar Mitzvah. 927 00:54:26,638 --> 00:54:28,675 - Did you guys know he was Jewish? - Yes. 928 00:54:28,766 --> 00:54:30,257 [Lil] Of course you knew he was Jewish. 929 00:54:40,819 --> 00:54:43,527 Then we went to the old pool hall he used to hang out in, 930 00:54:43,614 --> 00:54:44,946 which is now a cupcake shop, 931 00:54:45,032 --> 00:54:47,945 which he ranted about forever. And then I said, 932 00:54:48,035 --> 00:54:50,698 "Hey, gourmet cupcakes are super-trendy now." 933 00:54:50,788 --> 00:54:52,029 Didn't care. 934 00:54:52,122 --> 00:54:54,455 And then he had to have a GooGoo Cluster. 935 00:54:54,541 --> 00:54:55,702 I don't know what it is. 936 00:54:55,793 --> 00:54:58,080 Maybe they just don't have GooGoo Clusters in LA. 937 00:54:58,170 --> 00:54:59,706 - I don't know. - Mmm. Mmm. 938 00:54:59,797 --> 00:55:01,413 [Lil] Now we're at Neyland Stadium 939 00:55:01,507 --> 00:55:04,341 and he's just standing there, staring at the building, 940 00:55:04,426 --> 00:55:06,042 like a mental patient. 941 00:55:06,136 --> 00:55:07,377 [Shane] They're at Neyland Stadium. 942 00:55:07,471 --> 00:55:08,757 That's ridiculous. 943 00:55:08,847 --> 00:55:12,261 He was the starting tailback for UT during the 1951 undefeated season. 944 00:55:12,351 --> 00:55:16,311 Anyways, after this, he wants to go to some old folks hospital 945 00:55:16,396 --> 00:55:18,308 to see his first wife or something. 946 00:55:18,398 --> 00:55:20,139 And then we should be on our way back. 947 00:55:20,234 --> 00:55:22,317 This is honestly all your fault. 948 00:55:22,402 --> 00:55:24,564 My fault? How's it my fault? 949 00:55:24,655 --> 00:55:26,612 Because you told him I was his 24/7 driving slave 950 00:55:26,698 --> 00:55:27,779 for the entire weekend. 951 00:55:27,866 --> 00:55:30,358 Okay, whatever. Just take lots of pictures and Instagram them. 952 00:55:30,452 --> 00:55:32,660 - Oh, and hashtag the festival. - Yeah, right. 953 00:55:33,038 --> 00:55:34,870 - [quietly] Tell her I said hi. - Yeah, Shane... 954 00:55:34,957 --> 00:55:37,074 I can hear you. I'm back with Bjorn. 955 00:55:38,043 --> 00:55:40,160 Anyways, gotta go. See you when I see you. 956 00:55:40,754 --> 00:55:42,370 [line disconnects] 957 00:55:44,967 --> 00:55:48,335 [Bjorn, voicemail greeting] Yo. You leave it. I'll retrieve it. 958 00:55:48,428 --> 00:55:50,886 [Lil] Bjorn. Hey, it's me. 959 00:55:50,973 --> 00:55:54,307 Again. Where the hell are you? I keep calling you. 960 00:55:54,393 --> 00:55:58,057 Anyway, I am still stuck in Knoxville with this old guy. 961 00:55:58,146 --> 00:55:59,432 I think probably another hour here 962 00:55:59,523 --> 00:56:01,560 and then it's a three-hour drive home. 963 00:56:02,234 --> 00:56:03,600 And then I get to see you. 964 00:56:05,112 --> 00:56:07,274 Oh, crap, he's on the move. 965 00:56:08,699 --> 00:56:11,191 I miss you. Bye. 966 00:56:17,875 --> 00:56:19,582 [rock music playing] 967 00:56:22,546 --> 00:56:23,662 [chimes] 968 00:56:29,261 --> 00:56:30,377 [Bjorn] Shit. 969 00:56:31,305 --> 00:56:32,796 It's my buddy. 970 00:56:34,391 --> 00:56:35,598 Mmm. 971 00:56:38,478 --> 00:56:41,016 [Lil] All right, well, it appears to be locked, 972 00:56:41,106 --> 00:56:43,268 so we can reminisce on the way back. 973 00:56:43,358 --> 00:56:47,523 Sucks, but we have a really long drive home. 974 00:56:49,448 --> 00:56:51,485 What? What? Whoa. What are you doing? 975 00:56:51,575 --> 00:56:54,318 Vic, we can't go on the field. That's totally not allowed. 976 00:56:54,786 --> 00:56:56,903 - [lock clicks] - Coming with me? 977 00:57:01,585 --> 00:57:04,248 I love the smell of cut grass. 978 00:57:04,838 --> 00:57:05,874 [sniffs] 979 00:57:06,548 --> 00:57:07,664 Mmm. 980 00:57:11,219 --> 00:57:16,760 1951. I was a sophomore, but I started three games. 981 00:57:16,850 --> 00:57:18,432 Full disclosure, I mean, 982 00:57:18,518 --> 00:57:20,885 I really don't know that much about football. 983 00:57:20,979 --> 00:57:22,686 I mean... anything, actually. 984 00:57:22,773 --> 00:57:25,686 But, to be honest, I really don't give a shit about football. 985 00:57:26,234 --> 00:57:27,645 Well, that's your loss. 986 00:57:28,111 --> 00:57:29,602 Sorry. 987 00:57:30,155 --> 00:57:35,241 We were undefeated, going into the last game against Texas. 988 00:57:35,327 --> 00:57:38,035 They were ahead by two points. 989 00:57:38,121 --> 00:57:39,953 [Vic chuckles] 990 00:57:40,040 --> 00:57:42,202 We got down on the four yard line. 991 00:57:42,292 --> 00:57:44,454 I wanted the ball. 992 00:57:45,504 --> 00:57:48,542 I went up and over and I scored. 993 00:57:49,132 --> 00:57:52,216 And then I heard this horrible racket. 994 00:57:53,387 --> 00:57:56,300 The whole damn Texas team landed on me. 995 00:57:58,475 --> 00:57:59,886 When they pulled them off, 996 00:58:00,852 --> 00:58:03,344 my knee was a mess. 997 00:58:06,191 --> 00:58:07,682 I could never play again. 998 00:58:09,319 --> 00:58:10,730 [Lil] That sucks. 999 00:58:11,363 --> 00:58:13,320 [Vic] Yeah, it did. 1000 00:58:14,491 --> 00:58:18,110 Well, it's fun being a movie star, but... 1001 00:58:19,204 --> 00:58:22,572 nothing compares to being a football star. 1002 00:58:24,459 --> 00:58:25,495 Nothing. 1003 00:58:25,585 --> 00:58:28,373 [crowd cheering] 1004 00:58:30,090 --> 00:58:32,332 [announcer on PA, indistinct] 1005 00:58:42,811 --> 00:58:45,144 [announcer] He's in! He's in! 1006 00:58:45,230 --> 00:58:46,937 Touchdown, Tennessee. 1007 00:58:47,024 --> 00:58:48,936 [crowd continues cheering] 1008 00:58:56,575 --> 00:58:58,407 [seagulls squawking] 1009 00:59:02,914 --> 00:59:03,904 [sighs] 1010 00:59:05,959 --> 00:59:07,040 You know something? 1011 00:59:08,128 --> 00:59:10,495 This is the exact spot... 1012 00:59:13,091 --> 00:59:15,504 where I proposed to my first wife. 1013 00:59:19,765 --> 00:59:20,801 Great. 1014 00:59:21,850 --> 00:59:22,761 [scoffs] 1015 00:59:23,977 --> 00:59:25,809 And then everything went wrong. 1016 00:59:27,022 --> 00:59:29,856 I had this little ring box, you know. 1017 00:59:29,941 --> 00:59:32,149 And I was so excited when I opened it. 1018 00:59:33,195 --> 00:59:35,653 [chuckling] The ring went flying out, 1019 00:59:36,615 --> 00:59:37,856 right into the water. 1020 00:59:39,493 --> 00:59:43,578 And naturally, I jumped in after it. 1021 00:59:43,914 --> 00:59:44,995 I never found it. 1022 00:59:45,749 --> 00:59:48,412 So I got a piece of seaweed 1023 00:59:48,919 --> 00:59:50,706 and I made a ring out of it. 1024 00:59:50,796 --> 00:59:53,504 Got down on one knee and put it on her finger. 1025 00:59:56,343 --> 00:59:58,084 And she just thought that was great. 1026 00:59:59,763 --> 01:00:01,004 Anyhow, 1027 01:00:02,057 --> 01:00:05,641 she still said yes, and then we heard music coming from the dock. 1028 01:00:06,311 --> 01:00:07,722 We danced right here. 1029 01:00:09,147 --> 01:00:10,979 And then, well... 1030 01:00:13,318 --> 01:00:15,776 we always talked about we'd come back here someday. 1031 01:00:18,240 --> 01:00:19,356 But we never did. 1032 01:00:21,368 --> 01:00:22,358 [sighs] 1033 01:00:47,602 --> 01:00:49,719 Why are we just sitting here? I mean, let's go in. 1034 01:00:49,813 --> 01:00:51,520 It's still a three-hour drive back. 1035 01:00:52,190 --> 01:00:54,022 Just wait a second, okay? 1036 01:00:54,109 --> 01:00:55,566 It's not that easy. 1037 01:00:57,028 --> 01:00:59,441 It's been a long time. 1038 01:00:59,531 --> 01:01:00,772 What are you so scared of? 1039 01:01:00,866 --> 01:01:03,108 So she's gonna look old. You look old, too. 1040 01:01:03,702 --> 01:01:05,068 I beg your pardon. 1041 01:01:05,704 --> 01:01:07,661 Okay, not that you don't look good for your age. 1042 01:01:07,747 --> 01:01:08,954 Oh. 1043 01:01:10,041 --> 01:01:11,452 So what's her name, anyhow? 1044 01:01:12,460 --> 01:01:13,541 Claudia. 1045 01:01:16,131 --> 01:01:17,292 Was she pretty? 1046 01:01:17,382 --> 01:01:19,920 She was the prettiest of them all. 1047 01:01:21,428 --> 01:01:22,964 We were just kids. 1048 01:01:23,054 --> 01:01:25,262 We had no business getting married. 1049 01:01:25,348 --> 01:01:27,135 I didn't know what the hell I was doing. 1050 01:01:28,101 --> 01:01:30,263 - If Claudia's number one... - Mm-hmm. 1051 01:01:30,353 --> 01:01:32,094 how many times were you married altogether? 1052 01:01:34,274 --> 01:01:35,310 Five. 1053 01:01:35,400 --> 01:01:36,982 - Five? - Mmm. 1054 01:01:37,569 --> 01:01:40,232 [scoffs] Wow. That's a lot of alimony. 1055 01:01:40,322 --> 01:01:41,904 You're telling me. 1056 01:01:41,990 --> 01:01:46,155 A buddy of mine told me once, never, ever get married. 1057 01:01:46,828 --> 01:01:48,694 Just skip the middle man, 1058 01:01:48,788 --> 01:01:51,531 find a woman you hate, and buy her a house. 1059 01:01:52,000 --> 01:01:53,036 But you're rich right, right? 1060 01:01:53,126 --> 01:01:54,617 I mean, aren't all famous people rich? 1061 01:01:54,711 --> 01:01:55,827 Ha. 1062 01:01:56,504 --> 01:02:00,214 Just 'cause somebody's famous, that doesn't mean they're rich. 1063 01:02:01,009 --> 01:02:03,296 Didn't you have any kids who could help take care of you? 1064 01:02:03,386 --> 01:02:05,378 One, with Claudia. 1065 01:02:06,473 --> 01:02:07,714 Grace. 1066 01:02:07,807 --> 01:02:09,548 - Grace? - Mm-hmm. 1067 01:02:10,018 --> 01:02:11,225 That's a pretty name. 1068 01:02:11,311 --> 01:02:13,724 I mean, geez, if you guys were kids when you got married, 1069 01:02:13,813 --> 01:02:16,681 she must be, what? Fifty, sixty years old now. 1070 01:02:19,361 --> 01:02:20,772 She's dead. 1071 01:02:23,031 --> 01:02:25,114 - Oh, shit. - [softly] Yeah. 1072 01:02:26,493 --> 01:02:27,529 Sorry. 1073 01:02:30,038 --> 01:02:32,701 Should I just not ask any questions about her? 1074 01:02:32,791 --> 01:02:34,874 It's best not to, if you don't mind. 1075 01:02:51,393 --> 01:02:53,601 [grunts] Aw, shit. 1076 01:02:59,693 --> 01:03:01,355 [Vic] There she comes. 1077 01:03:03,947 --> 01:03:05,779 - [shouting] May I help you? - Yes. 1078 01:03:05,865 --> 01:03:08,482 I would like to see Claudia Schulman, please. 1079 01:03:09,619 --> 01:03:13,454 I'm sorry, but visiting hours ended at 7:00 p. m. 1080 01:03:13,540 --> 01:03:17,329 Yeah, well, I came from Los Angeles to get here, okay? 1081 01:03:17,752 --> 01:03:19,038 So let us in. 1082 01:03:19,129 --> 01:03:21,371 We'll just be in here for five minutes. All right? 1083 01:03:21,464 --> 01:03:24,298 I'm sorry, but you'll have to come back tomorrow. 1084 01:03:24,676 --> 01:03:27,214 Visiting hours begin at 8:00 a. m. 1085 01:03:27,304 --> 01:03:29,011 You can have breakfast with her. 1086 01:03:29,097 --> 01:03:30,463 - No kidding. - Yeah. 1087 01:03:30,890 --> 01:03:32,631 Could you lean closer? I can't hear you. 1088 01:03:32,726 --> 01:03:33,716 - [yelps] - [Lil] Hey! 1089 01:03:33,810 --> 01:03:35,642 I'm gonna put this right into your nose. 1090 01:03:35,729 --> 01:03:38,437 No. No, you're not. All right, well, thank you, ma'am. 1091 01:03:38,523 --> 01:03:39,559 We totally understand. 1092 01:03:39,649 --> 01:03:41,606 Thank you. We will come back a different day. 1093 01:03:41,693 --> 01:03:43,104 [Vic] I don't know who she is. 1094 01:03:43,194 --> 01:03:44,401 - [tapping] - Yeah, all right, yeah. 1095 01:03:44,487 --> 01:03:45,853 Thank you. Thank you. 1096 01:03:45,947 --> 01:03:48,109 - Holy shit. - Thanks. All right. Let's go. 1097 01:03:48,199 --> 01:03:49,485 Vic, are you kidding? 1098 01:03:49,576 --> 01:03:51,033 What the hell's the matter with you? 1099 01:03:51,119 --> 01:03:53,862 What the hell's the matter with you, Vic? I mean... it's closed. 1100 01:03:53,955 --> 01:03:55,537 She wasn't going to let us in anyways. 1101 01:03:55,623 --> 01:03:57,910 And if you kept doing that, she was gonna call the cops. 1102 01:03:58,001 --> 01:03:59,333 You want to end up on TMZ? 1103 01:03:59,878 --> 01:04:01,494 - TM what? - TMZ. 1104 01:04:01,588 --> 01:04:03,170 - What is that? - Shut up. I... 1105 01:04:04,466 --> 01:04:07,925 Oh, bullshit. You just want to get back to your douchebag. 1106 01:04:08,011 --> 01:04:10,094 Bjorn has nothing to do with this. 1107 01:04:10,180 --> 01:04:11,387 [chuckles] Oh, really? 1108 01:04:11,806 --> 01:04:14,423 That's why you keep calling him every 15 minutes. 1109 01:04:14,517 --> 01:04:15,928 Will you leave the guy alone? 1110 01:04:16,019 --> 01:04:17,385 Oh, so now you're on his side? 1111 01:04:17,479 --> 01:04:19,562 You know whose side I'm on? 1112 01:04:19,647 --> 01:04:20,763 Mine. 1113 01:04:20,857 --> 01:04:23,395 I'm not leaving here until I see Claudia. 1114 01:04:23,485 --> 01:04:26,193 Tell douchebag you'll have to see him tomorrow 1115 01:04:26,279 --> 01:04:27,986 'cause we're spending the night in Knoxville. 1116 01:04:28,073 --> 01:04:29,655 [stammers] Wait, what? 1117 01:04:29,741 --> 01:04:31,277 Maybe you're spending the night in Knoxville, 1118 01:04:31,368 --> 01:04:32,529 but I'm driving back to Nashville. 1119 01:04:33,328 --> 01:04:34,944 You know you're a pain in the ass. 1120 01:04:35,038 --> 01:04:36,495 [Lil] Yeah, well, so are you. 1121 01:04:37,165 --> 01:04:38,155 [Vic] Bye. 1122 01:04:39,334 --> 01:04:41,291 What are you doing? Where are you gonna go? 1123 01:04:41,378 --> 01:04:42,994 - Where are you going? - I don't know. 1124 01:04:43,088 --> 01:04:44,499 Just away from you. 1125 01:04:53,890 --> 01:04:55,677 [car approaching] 1126 01:05:07,404 --> 01:05:08,394 Get in the car. 1127 01:05:09,948 --> 01:05:10,938 Why? 1128 01:05:11,324 --> 01:05:13,316 'Cause I'm gonna stay the night with you in Knoxville. 1129 01:05:13,785 --> 01:05:15,617 I don't want to be responsible if, God forbid, 1130 01:05:15,703 --> 01:05:17,444 something bad happens to you. 1131 01:05:17,539 --> 01:05:19,405 Never hear the end of it from my brother. 1132 01:05:20,583 --> 01:05:22,575 Besides, I think I saw a Motel 6 back there. 1133 01:05:24,629 --> 01:05:27,087 We ain't staying at a Motel 6. 1134 01:05:37,100 --> 01:05:38,887 [Lil] Can you afford for us to stay here? 1135 01:05:38,977 --> 01:05:41,390 [Vic] No, but that's the beauty of credit cards. 1136 01:05:41,479 --> 01:05:43,266 [Lil] Still gotta pay it off at some point. 1137 01:05:43,356 --> 01:05:46,099 [Vic] Let's live it up. I'm tired of feeling like a has-been. 1138 01:05:46,192 --> 01:05:47,979 [dinging] 1139 01:05:48,987 --> 01:05:51,730 Welcome to the Knoxville Grand Hotel. Checking in? 1140 01:05:51,823 --> 01:05:52,904 Yes, we are. 1141 01:05:52,991 --> 01:05:54,482 And the name on the reservation? 1142 01:05:54,576 --> 01:05:55,566 Vic Edwards. 1143 01:05:59,205 --> 01:06:01,697 I'm sorry, Mr. Edwards, but for some reason, 1144 01:06:01,791 --> 01:06:04,078 I don't see your reservation in our system. 1145 01:06:04,169 --> 01:06:07,458 Really? My assistant here made it weeks ago. 1146 01:06:09,466 --> 01:06:11,583 Oh, uh, [scoffs] yeah, yeah. 1147 01:06:11,676 --> 01:06:14,134 I made that reservation weeks ago. 1148 01:06:14,220 --> 01:06:16,928 - No harm. One room, two beds. - One room? 1149 01:06:17,557 --> 01:06:18,843 Yeah. One room, two beds. 1150 01:06:18,933 --> 01:06:22,802 Yeah, well, I made the reservation for two rooms. So, two rooms. 1151 01:06:22,896 --> 01:06:24,762 [Vic] How much for two rooms? 1152 01:06:25,356 --> 01:06:27,222 Our rooms rates start at $650. 1153 01:06:27,317 --> 01:06:28,478 Oh, okay, fine. 1154 01:06:28,568 --> 01:06:30,935 - Well, then, uh, one room. - Okay. 1155 01:06:31,029 --> 01:06:34,193 But unfortunately, Mr. Edwards, we are fully committed at this time. 1156 01:06:34,282 --> 01:06:36,774 Interesting. When they say they're fully committed, 1157 01:06:36,868 --> 01:06:38,951 it's always bullshit. 1158 01:06:39,037 --> 01:06:41,745 Clint Eastwood walked in, you think they'd turn him away? 1159 01:06:41,831 --> 01:06:44,164 Hell, no. Now, you find me a room. 1160 01:06:44,709 --> 01:06:46,621 Please. And thank you. 1161 01:06:47,712 --> 01:06:49,203 Perhaps I should get my manager. 1162 01:06:49,297 --> 01:06:51,414 - [Vic] Perhaps you should. - I'll be right back. 1163 01:06:53,051 --> 01:06:54,132 Oh, what are you doing? 1164 01:06:54,219 --> 01:06:56,006 You're gonna get us kicked out of this hotel. 1165 01:06:56,095 --> 01:06:59,054 Mr. Edwards, I'm terribly sorry for this mix-up. 1166 01:06:59,140 --> 01:07:01,052 I'm Gary, the night manager here at the Knoxville Grand. 1167 01:07:01,142 --> 01:07:03,850 I don't know how your reservation got lost in the shuffle, 1168 01:07:03,937 --> 01:07:06,645 but we'd be happy to remedy that situation right now. 1169 01:07:06,731 --> 01:07:08,518 Oh, thank you, Gary. 1170 01:07:08,608 --> 01:07:10,190 All of our rooms are fully booked. 1171 01:07:10,276 --> 01:07:13,110 However, we do have the penthouse suite available. 1172 01:07:13,196 --> 01:07:15,108 I would be happy to give you that room tonight 1173 01:07:15,198 --> 01:07:16,689 for the cost of the standard room. 1174 01:07:16,783 --> 01:07:19,196 That's very nice. Thanks, Gary. 1175 01:07:19,285 --> 01:07:21,026 [Gary] Let me get that key for you. 1176 01:07:21,788 --> 01:07:23,575 Welcome back to the Knoxville Grand, Mr. Edwards. 1177 01:07:23,665 --> 01:07:25,031 [Vic] God bless you. Thank you. 1178 01:07:25,124 --> 01:07:26,365 Thank you, Gary. 1179 01:07:26,459 --> 01:07:28,041 - [Gary] You're welcome. - All right. Let's go, Vic. 1180 01:07:28,545 --> 01:07:30,628 - [Vic] You ready, kid? - [Lil] Oh, I'm ready. 1181 01:07:30,713 --> 01:07:32,204 All right, Mr. Edwards. 1182 01:07:33,132 --> 01:07:34,668 [receptionist] He didn't have a reservation. 1183 01:07:35,635 --> 01:07:37,126 Oh, I know. 1184 01:07:37,220 --> 01:07:38,677 Then what's with the ass-kissing routine? 1185 01:07:38,763 --> 01:07:40,299 Who's Vic Edwards? 1186 01:07:40,390 --> 01:07:41,471 [scoffs] 1187 01:07:42,100 --> 01:07:43,261 He's a living legend. 1188 01:07:50,233 --> 01:07:52,850 Oh, my God. 1189 01:07:52,944 --> 01:07:53,980 [chuckles] 1190 01:07:54,070 --> 01:07:56,187 This thing is bigger than the house I grew up in. 1191 01:07:56,281 --> 01:07:59,570 - [Vic] Yeah. You like? - Ah! Do I like it? 1192 01:08:00,034 --> 01:08:01,241 [Vic] Mm-hmm. 1193 01:08:01,327 --> 01:08:03,944 [Lil] Oh, my God, and this bathtub is even bigger than my car. 1194 01:08:04,038 --> 01:08:06,997 - Oh, well. That's big, I guess. - [water running] 1195 01:08:07,083 --> 01:08:08,824 [Lil] Oh, my God. They have a bidet. 1196 01:08:08,918 --> 01:08:11,080 I thought they only had that crap in, like, Tokyo. 1197 01:08:11,170 --> 01:08:12,206 [Vic] What? 1198 01:08:12,297 --> 01:08:13,629 I just figured out what that was 1199 01:08:13,715 --> 01:08:16,503 'cause at first I thought it was just a guys' bathroom stall. 1200 01:08:16,593 --> 01:08:19,051 - [door opens] - I can't believe these bedrooms. 1201 01:08:19,137 --> 01:08:20,719 I call dibs on this room! 1202 01:08:20,805 --> 01:08:22,387 - [door closes] - I can't believe we're here. 1203 01:08:22,473 --> 01:08:25,261 Oh, my God. I have to go look at this closet. 1204 01:08:26,477 --> 01:08:27,467 [laughs] 1205 01:08:27,562 --> 01:08:29,599 - [door opens] - Oh, my God. Ha! 1206 01:08:29,689 --> 01:08:32,181 I can't believe you used to stay in these places all the time. 1207 01:08:32,692 --> 01:08:34,308 [grunts] Oh. 1208 01:08:34,402 --> 01:08:36,109 Doug is going to freak out. 1209 01:08:36,195 --> 01:08:38,357 We have to Instagram the hell out of this. 1210 01:08:38,448 --> 01:08:40,110 [country music playing] 1211 01:08:41,951 --> 01:08:43,408 [all chuckling] 1212 01:08:54,255 --> 01:08:55,416 [snickering] 1213 01:08:58,259 --> 01:09:00,046 - Whoa. - Oh! 1214 01:09:02,096 --> 01:09:03,678 [shower running] 1215 01:09:09,312 --> 01:09:10,928 What the hell is that? 1216 01:09:14,776 --> 01:09:18,110 That was amazing. I've never had room service before. 1217 01:09:18,196 --> 01:09:21,655 Oh, that's one of the perks I miss the most. 1218 01:09:22,575 --> 01:09:25,534 Fancy hotel rooms and room service. 1219 01:09:30,124 --> 01:09:31,080 [coughs] 1220 01:09:32,085 --> 01:09:34,122 - Vic the Dick. - Yep. 1221 01:09:35,463 --> 01:09:37,500 You're lucky I'm in a good mood. 1222 01:09:37,590 --> 01:09:39,957 [scoffs] This is you in a good mood? 1223 01:09:40,051 --> 01:09:42,168 I'd hate to see you in a bad mood. 1224 01:09:42,261 --> 01:09:44,002 What do you do with your art? 1225 01:09:44,097 --> 01:09:48,057 Besides draw festival logos and insult people. 1226 01:09:48,142 --> 01:09:49,474 Nothing, really. 1227 01:09:50,353 --> 01:09:52,140 Why don't you have a showing? 1228 01:09:52,230 --> 01:09:53,812 Try and sell something. 1229 01:09:53,898 --> 01:09:57,187 [sighs] I can't just roll up my sleeves and throw an art show. 1230 01:09:57,276 --> 01:09:58,608 Use the bar. 1231 01:09:59,195 --> 01:10:02,438 If it's good enough for a film festival, it's good enough for an art show. 1232 01:10:02,532 --> 01:10:05,024 - [sighs] I get embarrassed. - Mm-hmm. 1233 01:10:05,118 --> 01:10:08,327 Doug loves to be the center of attention, and I don't. 1234 01:10:08,413 --> 01:10:09,654 Gives me anxiety. 1235 01:10:09,747 --> 01:10:12,364 Nothing wrong with being the center of attention. 1236 01:10:12,458 --> 01:10:15,997 I'd rather be famous and broke than rich and nobody. 1237 01:10:16,879 --> 01:10:18,745 Instead, I'm broke and nobody. 1238 01:10:19,173 --> 01:10:21,415 That's the worst combination. [chuckles] 1239 01:10:21,509 --> 01:10:23,421 Why can't you just live in the present 1240 01:10:23,511 --> 01:10:25,924 and stop looking in the rearview mirror? 1241 01:10:26,013 --> 01:10:29,427 All I ever hear from you is "I was rich," "I was famous," 1242 01:10:29,517 --> 01:10:33,511 I was this, I was that. How about "You are"? 1243 01:10:33,604 --> 01:10:35,015 It's easier said than done, 1244 01:10:35,106 --> 01:10:37,348 especially when your brother's little film festival 1245 01:10:37,442 --> 01:10:41,061 shines such a spotlight on where I was 1246 01:10:41,154 --> 01:10:43,441 compared to how far down I've come. 1247 01:10:44,532 --> 01:10:46,899 It's not Doug's fault that you're not happy. 1248 01:10:47,660 --> 01:10:49,401 Okay, Dr. Freud. 1249 01:10:50,872 --> 01:10:53,706 I'll work on me and you'll work on you. 1250 01:10:53,791 --> 01:10:55,123 Deal? 1251 01:10:57,253 --> 01:10:58,243 [Lil] Deal. 1252 01:11:02,550 --> 01:11:04,633 [soft music playing on speakers] 1253 01:11:17,899 --> 01:11:19,356 [beeping] 1254 01:11:42,423 --> 01:11:43,709 [laughs] 1255 01:12:01,317 --> 01:12:03,934 [audience laughing on TV] 1256 01:12:04,028 --> 01:12:05,394 [spraying] 1257 01:12:05,488 --> 01:12:06,979 [laughter increases] 1258 01:12:11,077 --> 01:12:12,693 [laughs] 1259 01:13:05,256 --> 01:13:06,292 [clatters] 1260 01:13:06,382 --> 01:13:08,169 [upbeat music playing] 1261 01:13:15,766 --> 01:13:18,053 - [crying] Vic! - What? 1262 01:13:18,144 --> 01:13:20,477 - We have to leave. - Why? 1263 01:13:20,563 --> 01:13:21,974 [Lil] All right. These are the pictures 1264 01:13:22,064 --> 01:13:23,396 I just posted of you and me. 1265 01:13:23,482 --> 01:13:25,724 And Shane likes some. A bunch of people like some. 1266 01:13:25,818 --> 01:13:28,231 Then I saw that Bjorn likes some. 1267 01:13:28,571 --> 01:13:30,688 And he doesn't have time to call me back all day. 1268 01:13:30,781 --> 01:13:32,989 Yet he had time to check Instagram. 1269 01:13:33,075 --> 01:13:34,691 [Vic] I don't understand this. 1270 01:13:34,785 --> 01:13:36,196 - Will you listen? - Yes. 1271 01:13:36,287 --> 01:13:39,030 So then, I noticed that one of Bjorn's likes 1272 01:13:39,123 --> 01:13:41,410 was also liked by Zoey Campbell. 1273 01:13:42,251 --> 01:13:44,538 Okay. Who's Zoey Campbell? 1274 01:13:44,629 --> 01:13:47,042 She's the bitch who's been trying to steal my boyfriend. 1275 01:13:47,131 --> 01:13:49,874 The one Bjorn says they're just friends, right? 1276 01:13:49,967 --> 01:13:52,254 So then, I look at her Instagram 1277 01:13:52,345 --> 01:13:55,964 and see that she just happened to post a selfie an hour ago. 1278 01:13:57,558 --> 01:13:59,299 [Vic] You're way cuter than her. 1279 01:13:59,393 --> 01:14:01,134 You got nothing to worry about. 1280 01:14:02,104 --> 01:14:05,268 [sobbing] That picture was taken in my bed. 1281 01:14:06,192 --> 01:14:08,229 I put that bottle there this morning. 1282 01:14:12,031 --> 01:14:14,023 [continues sobbing] 1283 01:14:24,251 --> 01:14:25,162 [elevator bell dings] 1284 01:14:25,252 --> 01:14:28,211 [Vic] Will you wait? Don't give him the satisfaction. 1285 01:14:28,297 --> 01:14:30,914 Satisfaction? I am going to kill him 1286 01:14:31,008 --> 01:14:34,217 - and then I'm going to kill her. - Hey! Damn it. Hey! 1287 01:14:34,303 --> 01:14:36,716 [Lil] This is the last time. I'm never going to... 1288 01:14:36,806 --> 01:14:39,264 - [grunting] - [Lil shouting, indistinct] 1289 01:14:42,853 --> 01:14:44,094 [Vic groaning] 1290 01:14:44,188 --> 01:14:47,431 Oh, God. [groaning] 1291 01:14:47,525 --> 01:14:48,686 Oh. 1292 01:14:51,404 --> 01:14:53,066 Vic, are you all right? 1293 01:14:53,155 --> 01:14:56,614 Yeah, I'm fine. I just got to catch my breath. 1294 01:14:56,701 --> 01:15:00,490 Oh, shit. Sorry. Uh... Oh, you look really pale. 1295 01:15:00,997 --> 01:15:03,740 I've looked pale for the past 30 years. 1296 01:15:03,833 --> 01:15:06,246 Okay, no jokes. Do you think you're having a heart attack? 1297 01:15:07,044 --> 01:15:08,785 No, maybe I... 1298 01:15:08,879 --> 01:15:10,245 I've had this before. 1299 01:15:10,923 --> 01:15:12,880 Well, do you think we should call an ambulance, 1300 01:15:12,967 --> 01:15:15,129 - just to be on the safe side? - Don't be crazy. 1301 01:15:15,219 --> 01:15:16,710 I just need a minute. 1302 01:15:17,388 --> 01:15:19,300 Do you want some water? You know what? Screw it. 1303 01:15:19,390 --> 01:15:22,349 I'm gonna go get you some water. Okay? Stay right here. All right? 1304 01:15:24,145 --> 01:15:25,431 Oh, God. 1305 01:15:31,819 --> 01:15:33,481 [high pitched ringing] 1306 01:15:36,490 --> 01:15:39,403 [man 1, muffled] Oh, my God. You're Vic Edwards. 1307 01:15:39,493 --> 01:15:42,907 Gary, look. This is Vic Edwards. 1308 01:15:42,997 --> 01:15:45,330 [indistinct muffled conversation] 1309 01:15:46,167 --> 01:15:48,625 Big fan of yours. Not just in the movies, 1310 01:15:48,711 --> 01:15:50,452 as a football player. You were awesome. 1311 01:15:51,672 --> 01:15:54,255 - ...Adventure River. - The FBI. 1312 01:15:54,341 --> 01:15:55,752 [muffled] Operation FBI was so good, too. 1313 01:15:55,843 --> 01:15:57,209 And the one with the car? 1314 01:15:57,845 --> 01:16:00,804 [man 2] We're both big fans. We grew up on your movies. 1315 01:16:03,809 --> 01:16:05,641 [man 1] Great to see you. Love your work. 1316 01:16:09,648 --> 01:16:11,389 Whoa! Excuse me! 1317 01:16:13,527 --> 01:16:15,234 [Lil] Hi. Excuse me. I really need water, 1318 01:16:15,321 --> 01:16:16,607 please, right now. Thank you. 1319 01:16:17,490 --> 01:16:19,607 Why? What're you doing with the old guy? 1320 01:16:19,700 --> 01:16:21,282 Baby, let me get you a real drink. 1321 01:16:21,368 --> 01:16:23,451 An appletini for my future ex-wife. 1322 01:16:23,537 --> 01:16:24,573 [groans] 1323 01:16:28,626 --> 01:16:30,709 Oh. Oh, no. Excuse me. 1324 01:16:30,795 --> 01:16:33,458 Excuse me. Hi. Have you seen an old man right here? 1325 01:16:33,547 --> 01:16:36,085 He was sitting in that chair. No? 1326 01:16:36,175 --> 01:16:37,416 [man] No. 1327 01:16:40,346 --> 01:16:42,383 Excuse me. Uh, have you seen Mr. Edwards? 1328 01:16:42,473 --> 01:16:44,430 He was just sitting on the couch a second ago. 1329 01:16:44,934 --> 01:16:46,266 No, I haven't seen Mr. Edwards. 1330 01:16:46,352 --> 01:16:47,718 How are you enjoying your suite? 1331 01:16:47,812 --> 01:16:49,474 It's wonderful, thanks. 1332 01:16:50,606 --> 01:16:51,892 [man] Ladies and gentlemen, 1333 01:16:51,982 --> 01:16:54,440 an unexpected surprise: Mr. Vic Edwards. 1334 01:16:58,572 --> 01:17:00,029 Thank you. 1335 01:17:01,742 --> 01:17:03,734 Thank you very much. 1336 01:17:03,828 --> 01:17:05,444 [jazz music playing] 1337 01:17:11,252 --> 01:17:15,462 ♪ Cuddle up a little closer ♪ 1338 01:17:18,425 --> 01:17:20,963 ♪ Oh, lovey mine ♪ 1339 01:17:23,639 --> 01:17:28,759 ♪ Cuddle up and be my little ♪ 1340 01:17:32,022 --> 01:17:33,638 ♪ Clinging vine ♪ 1341 01:17:35,776 --> 01:17:41,773 ♪ Like to feel your cheeks so rosy ♪ 1342 01:17:43,159 --> 01:17:48,371 ♪ Like to make you comfy cozy ♪ 1343 01:17:49,957 --> 01:17:56,079 ♪ 'Cause I love you From head to toesy ♪ 1344 01:17:56,755 --> 01:18:00,999 ♪ Lovey mine ♪ 1345 01:18:01,635 --> 01:18:03,467 [applause] 1346 01:18:03,554 --> 01:18:05,386 Can you imagine? The Vic Edwards. 1347 01:18:05,472 --> 01:18:07,759 - At your daughter's wedding. - Absolutely. 1348 01:18:08,559 --> 01:18:10,767 Thank you. Thank you very much. 1349 01:18:16,817 --> 01:18:20,231 Thank you. It's an unexpected honor and treat 1350 01:18:20,321 --> 01:18:23,314 to be able to sing one of my favorite songs 1351 01:18:23,407 --> 01:18:27,276 to the new Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Delson. 1352 01:18:33,000 --> 01:18:34,081 What do you do, sir? 1353 01:18:34,793 --> 01:18:36,329 I'm a doctor. 1354 01:18:36,420 --> 01:18:38,127 Impressive. What kind? 1355 01:18:38,214 --> 01:18:40,547 A colorectal surgeon. 1356 01:18:41,258 --> 01:18:44,217 Hmm. You know, Mrs. Delson, 1357 01:18:44,303 --> 01:18:46,966 you have literally just married a pain in the ass. 1358 01:18:47,056 --> 01:18:48,888 [all laughing] 1359 01:18:50,184 --> 01:18:53,393 Well, good luck to you and mazel tov. 1360 01:19:00,486 --> 01:19:01,727 [both singing] 1361 01:19:06,992 --> 01:19:09,484 How did you know Bjorn was such an asshole? 1362 01:19:09,578 --> 01:19:11,444 You pegged him on sight. 1363 01:19:11,538 --> 01:19:14,372 - Well, it takes one to know one. - Yeah, yeah. 1364 01:19:14,458 --> 01:19:15,949 Do yourself a favor. 1365 01:19:16,043 --> 01:19:18,410 Steer clear of the bad boys from now on. 1366 01:19:18,504 --> 01:19:20,962 You can't fix us, you can't tame us. 1367 01:19:23,092 --> 01:19:24,799 - Okay, bad boy. - Okay. 1368 01:19:24,885 --> 01:19:26,672 [laughs] 1369 01:19:27,346 --> 01:19:30,430 What about that kid Shane? He obviously likes you. 1370 01:19:31,392 --> 01:19:34,760 Wow, you pay closer attention than I thought. 1371 01:19:35,688 --> 01:19:37,930 Shane's been in love with me since fifth grade. 1372 01:19:38,023 --> 01:19:40,436 Well, then go out with him. 1373 01:19:40,526 --> 01:19:43,735 Try out a guy who really loves you. You might like it. 1374 01:19:43,821 --> 01:19:46,279 Yeah, okay, Mr. Divorced Five Times. 1375 01:19:46,365 --> 01:19:48,652 How much do you really even know about love? 1376 01:19:48,742 --> 01:19:51,985 Were you ever even in love with anyone but yourself? 1377 01:19:53,831 --> 01:19:58,041 Ha ha. I've been in love about a thousand times. 1378 01:19:58,127 --> 01:19:59,663 But real love? 1379 01:20:00,629 --> 01:20:01,585 Just once. 1380 01:20:05,676 --> 01:20:06,792 Just once. 1381 01:20:18,272 --> 01:20:22,186 [chuckles] It was fun while it lasted, wasn't it, Vic? 1382 01:20:22,776 --> 01:20:24,813 We had some great times, you and me. 1383 01:20:27,072 --> 01:20:31,066 You got to do things and see things that most people just dream about. 1384 01:20:31,744 --> 01:20:34,862 - Oh, yeah. - Where did it all go, man? 1385 01:20:35,748 --> 01:20:37,956 And what does any of it mean? 1386 01:20:38,042 --> 01:20:41,501 After all these years, I still can't figure it out. 1387 01:20:42,629 --> 01:20:43,619 What the game is about. 1388 01:20:44,256 --> 01:20:47,465 Survival. Who has the ability to survive. 1389 01:20:47,551 --> 01:20:49,634 - That's the game. - Yeah. 1390 01:20:51,972 --> 01:20:54,840 Well, I'm surviving. Barely. 1391 01:20:55,726 --> 01:20:57,137 I took it all for granted. 1392 01:20:58,103 --> 01:20:59,685 I thought I had it figured out. 1393 01:21:01,690 --> 01:21:03,101 I look in the mirror now, 1394 01:21:03,192 --> 01:21:05,479 and I have no idea who that person is 1395 01:21:05,569 --> 01:21:06,776 staring back at me. 1396 01:21:09,031 --> 01:21:10,272 [sighs] 1397 01:21:14,495 --> 01:21:15,611 Damn. 1398 01:21:17,206 --> 01:21:19,493 You're good-looking. [chuckles] 1399 01:21:21,293 --> 01:21:23,250 You know, time is like this river. 1400 01:21:24,505 --> 01:21:26,417 No matter what you do or don't do, 1401 01:21:26,507 --> 01:21:28,920 no matter how much you think you can beat it, 1402 01:21:29,009 --> 01:21:31,592 it just keeps rushing by. 1403 01:21:32,429 --> 01:21:33,840 You don't beat it. 1404 01:21:33,931 --> 01:21:35,467 You don't beat this river. 1405 01:21:37,101 --> 01:21:38,387 No, you don't. 1406 01:21:44,191 --> 01:21:45,682 [laughs and yelps] 1407 01:21:49,905 --> 01:21:50,986 [sighs] 1408 01:21:51,407 --> 01:21:52,648 [chimes] 1409 01:22:01,125 --> 01:22:03,037 [Bjorn, voicemail] Hey, Lil. You know who it is. 1410 01:22:03,127 --> 01:22:04,993 Been kind of trying to call you all night. 1411 01:22:05,087 --> 01:22:07,295 Uh, just wondering where you are. 1412 01:22:07,381 --> 01:22:10,499 If you're still at that hotel with that creepazoid old man. 1413 01:22:10,592 --> 01:22:12,754 - Anyway, call me back. Bye. - [chuckles] 1414 01:22:16,056 --> 01:22:17,672 [sighs] 1415 01:22:23,981 --> 01:22:25,472 Vic, you are so right. 1416 01:22:25,566 --> 01:22:26,977 The more I ignore douchebag's calls, 1417 01:22:27,067 --> 01:22:28,933 the crazier it's making him. 1418 01:22:31,280 --> 01:22:32,191 Vic? 1419 01:22:33,115 --> 01:22:34,026 Vic? 1420 01:22:49,756 --> 01:22:51,167 [creaking] 1421 01:22:53,677 --> 01:22:54,793 [groans] 1422 01:22:59,975 --> 01:23:01,887 Vic? Are you okay? 1423 01:23:04,521 --> 01:23:07,730 I've watched everyone I ever cared about die. 1424 01:23:10,360 --> 01:23:12,693 One by one, they seem to just... 1425 01:23:14,448 --> 01:23:15,780 disappear on me. 1426 01:23:17,159 --> 01:23:19,617 It won't be long before I disappear, too. 1427 01:23:21,455 --> 01:23:22,821 [Lil] No, don't say that, Vic. 1428 01:23:23,916 --> 01:23:26,750 You want to know why I needed to come to Knoxville? 1429 01:23:28,462 --> 01:23:30,203 I needed to say goodbye. 1430 01:23:32,758 --> 01:23:35,592 Goodbye to the town that made me who I am. 1431 01:23:36,428 --> 01:23:39,136 Goodbye to the trees I climbed as a kid. 1432 01:23:39,223 --> 01:23:42,591 Goodbye to the school that taught me how to break the rules. 1433 01:23:44,853 --> 01:23:47,345 And the streets I wandered late at night. 1434 01:23:49,483 --> 01:23:52,942 The hiding places where I left all my secrets. 1435 01:23:55,405 --> 01:23:56,816 The town... 1436 01:23:57,491 --> 01:24:01,781 where I made so many, many mistakes. 1437 01:24:04,289 --> 01:24:09,034 And now it's time for one... last goodbye. 1438 01:24:43,453 --> 01:24:45,285 [nurse] Okay, Mrs. Schulman. 1439 01:24:45,372 --> 01:24:48,160 You have a very nice visitor today. 1440 01:24:49,293 --> 01:24:52,536 Mr. Edwards has come all the way from Los Angeles, California. 1441 01:24:56,675 --> 01:24:58,587 Now, the Alzheimer's may have progressed 1442 01:24:58,677 --> 01:25:00,589 a little bit further than you're prepared for, 1443 01:25:00,679 --> 01:25:02,420 but she's still a very sweet lady. 1444 01:25:02,514 --> 01:25:04,221 Isn't that right, Mrs. Schulman? 1445 01:25:05,642 --> 01:25:07,224 All right, I'm gonna leave you to visit. 1446 01:25:07,311 --> 01:25:08,222 Okay. 1447 01:25:16,486 --> 01:25:17,772 How's the food here? 1448 01:25:23,535 --> 01:25:24,946 [chuckles softly] 1449 01:25:26,663 --> 01:25:27,779 Look at us. 1450 01:25:31,043 --> 01:25:32,329 Old fogeys. 1451 01:25:37,549 --> 01:25:39,916 But you still look beautiful. 1452 01:25:41,386 --> 01:25:44,595 You still look as beautiful as the day I met you. 1453 01:25:47,392 --> 01:25:49,930 We have a lot of good memories. 1454 01:25:52,731 --> 01:25:54,097 For what it's worth, 1455 01:25:54,691 --> 01:25:57,149 I never loved anybody else like you. 1456 01:25:59,279 --> 01:26:01,316 Ours was the special one. 1457 01:26:03,075 --> 01:26:04,691 The first one. 1458 01:26:04,785 --> 01:26:06,367 The real one. 1459 01:26:07,120 --> 01:26:09,658 I came here to apologize, Claudia. 1460 01:26:11,792 --> 01:26:13,249 I just dealt you... 1461 01:26:13,335 --> 01:26:15,042 [sighs] 1462 01:26:16,088 --> 01:26:17,295 [voice breaking]...a lousy hand. 1463 01:26:19,257 --> 01:26:21,795 I was a stupid, jackass kid. 1464 01:26:22,678 --> 01:26:25,421 All swept up in a crazy dream. 1465 01:26:25,514 --> 01:26:27,881 And I just left you and Gracie. 1466 01:26:31,061 --> 01:26:32,518 I just left. 1467 01:26:34,231 --> 01:26:35,722 I screwed it all up. 1468 01:26:37,067 --> 01:26:40,606 If I could go back and do it again, I would, baby. 1469 01:26:40,696 --> 01:26:42,483 I'd do it differently. 1470 01:26:44,658 --> 01:26:47,696 You were the one that loved me before anybody else 1471 01:26:47,786 --> 01:26:49,118 even knew my name. 1472 01:26:50,038 --> 01:26:52,280 And I treated you like shit. 1473 01:26:55,168 --> 01:26:57,501 I got caught up in all the wrong things 1474 01:26:57,587 --> 01:26:59,328 with all the wrong people. 1475 01:27:00,006 --> 01:27:01,838 I thought I knew it all. 1476 01:27:03,009 --> 01:27:05,968 I thought I had so much time to make it up. 1477 01:27:06,805 --> 01:27:09,218 I thought I could just snap my fingers 1478 01:27:09,307 --> 01:27:10,923 and make things right. 1479 01:27:11,518 --> 01:27:13,180 And when Gracie... 1480 01:27:15,105 --> 01:27:16,266 killed herself... 1481 01:27:17,524 --> 01:27:19,015 [sighs] 1482 01:27:20,026 --> 01:27:21,983 That was all my fault, too. 1483 01:27:25,907 --> 01:27:27,489 It's all my fault. 1484 01:27:30,495 --> 01:27:32,361 [sighing] 1485 01:27:42,883 --> 01:27:44,090 It is. 1486 01:27:46,887 --> 01:27:48,469 Oh, darling. 1487 01:28:05,989 --> 01:28:08,948 Excuse me. Do I know you? 1488 01:28:20,086 --> 01:28:21,952 You really want to leave me here alone? 1489 01:28:22,047 --> 01:28:24,255 - Well, I really want some food. - Well... [sighs] 1490 01:28:24,341 --> 01:28:27,049 I know I shouldn't stop you, but I... 1491 01:28:27,969 --> 01:28:31,087 - I feel safe with you around. - You do? 1492 01:28:31,181 --> 01:28:32,513 [woman] Well, I am safe, ain't I? 1493 01:28:32,599 --> 01:28:35,137 Well, Justice will be back in a minute. 1494 01:28:35,894 --> 01:28:37,055 Justice ain't you. 1495 01:28:37,145 --> 01:28:39,307 [music playing] 1496 01:28:42,484 --> 01:28:43,725 [chuckles] 1497 01:28:46,696 --> 01:28:48,904 [all cheering and applauding] 1498 01:28:56,665 --> 01:29:00,409 Okay, that concludes our Vic Edwards Film Festival. 1499 01:29:00,502 --> 01:29:03,995 We are now gonna give out our Lifetime Achievement Award 1500 01:29:04,089 --> 01:29:07,002 to the great Vic Edwards in absentia. 1501 01:29:07,092 --> 01:29:09,254 [all cheering and applauding] 1502 01:29:14,891 --> 01:29:16,848 I'm sure if Vic were here, 1503 01:29:16,935 --> 01:29:19,143 he would want to thank all the fans. 1504 01:29:19,229 --> 01:29:20,891 [Vic] Don't put words in my mouth. 1505 01:29:21,314 --> 01:29:25,274 For crying out loud. Good Lord, man. 1506 01:29:25,360 --> 01:29:28,319 - Oh, my... Vic... - Get me a chair. 1507 01:29:28,405 --> 01:29:29,771 Yeah, yeah, of course. Right away. 1508 01:29:29,865 --> 01:29:30,946 [all murmuring] 1509 01:29:31,032 --> 01:29:32,739 [chair scraping] 1510 01:29:45,088 --> 01:29:47,751 Unfortunately, until today, 1511 01:29:49,342 --> 01:29:54,462 the last time I apologized for anything was in 1977. 1512 01:29:54,890 --> 01:29:58,383 I punched out a director on the set of Horse Power. 1513 01:30:00,103 --> 01:30:02,641 Well... [sighs] 1514 01:30:04,649 --> 01:30:05,935 I'm sorry. 1515 01:30:06,359 --> 01:30:08,567 I'm sorry for being such an asshole. 1516 01:30:10,238 --> 01:30:12,696 Leaving the way I did. 1517 01:30:13,575 --> 01:30:17,410 I thought I was too good for this little film festival, but... 1518 01:30:18,914 --> 01:30:20,280 as it turns out, 1519 01:30:22,083 --> 01:30:23,824 it's too good for the likes of me. 1520 01:30:26,671 --> 01:30:29,084 Winning this Lifetime Achievement Award 1521 01:30:30,175 --> 01:30:32,918 has forced me to examine an important question 1522 01:30:33,011 --> 01:30:36,425 that I've avoided as long as possible. 1523 01:30:38,266 --> 01:30:41,134 What have I really achieved in this lifetime? 1524 01:30:41,895 --> 01:30:43,352 [indistinct shouting] 1525 01:30:44,564 --> 01:30:46,146 Most of the movies I've made, 1526 01:30:46,691 --> 01:30:49,058 everybody knows the way they're gonna end. 1527 01:30:50,153 --> 01:30:51,644 Right from the first scene. 1528 01:30:51,738 --> 01:30:53,946 [Lil shouting indistinctly] 1529 01:30:55,492 --> 01:30:57,654 [Vic] Life's kind of like that. 1530 01:30:57,744 --> 01:31:00,828 - Everybody knows how it ends. - Back away! 1531 01:31:03,083 --> 01:31:05,496 But it's the scenes in the middle... 1532 01:31:07,963 --> 01:31:09,454 that make it count. 1533 01:31:10,757 --> 01:31:14,797 The great producer Joseph E. Levine once told me, 1534 01:31:15,553 --> 01:31:18,421 "An audience will forgive a shitty act two 1535 01:31:19,391 --> 01:31:23,260 if you can wow 'em in act three." 1536 01:31:24,688 --> 01:31:25,769 Well... 1537 01:31:27,524 --> 01:31:29,811 I had a hell of an act one. 1538 01:31:30,944 --> 01:31:32,856 Pretty shitty act two. 1539 01:31:32,946 --> 01:31:35,689 And I screwed up most of act three. 1540 01:31:37,158 --> 01:31:38,649 I made certain of that. 1541 01:31:39,411 --> 01:31:41,403 But thanks to you, 1542 01:31:41,496 --> 01:31:46,708 and thanks to Doug and Shane and Stuart and Faith. 1543 01:31:48,628 --> 01:31:50,915 And especially Lil. 1544 01:31:57,095 --> 01:31:58,802 And everybody here. 1545 01:31:59,764 --> 01:32:01,630 You've helped me to see 1546 01:32:01,725 --> 01:32:05,639 that maybe it's not too late for my Hollywood ending. 1547 01:32:30,837 --> 01:32:33,545 And so, with humility and pride 1548 01:32:35,800 --> 01:32:37,632 and deep appreciation 1549 01:32:38,344 --> 01:32:41,257 that I, Martin JJoel Schulman, 1550 01:32:41,347 --> 01:32:43,054 proud son of Tennessee, 1551 01:32:44,809 --> 01:32:48,553 humbly accept this Lifetime, 1552 01:32:49,689 --> 01:32:51,021 so far, 1553 01:32:53,401 --> 01:32:55,017 Achievement Award. 1554 01:32:57,739 --> 01:33:00,903 And I'm gonna make damn sure that the rest of my life 1555 01:33:02,452 --> 01:33:05,286 lives up to the honor of this. 1556 01:33:05,371 --> 01:33:06,578 Thank you. 1557 01:33:09,375 --> 01:33:12,459 [all cheering and applauding] 1558 01:33:25,642 --> 01:33:27,178 [Vic] Thank you, Doug. 1559 01:33:32,899 --> 01:33:34,982 I can't believe you just spent the whole weekend 1560 01:33:35,068 --> 01:33:36,980 in Knoxville with Vic Edwards. 1561 01:33:37,070 --> 01:33:38,902 Did he talk about Murder Can Kill You? 1562 01:33:38,988 --> 01:33:40,399 Did he tell you any stories? 1563 01:33:53,044 --> 01:33:54,455 Thank you. 1564 01:34:03,638 --> 01:34:05,846 - Hmm. - Bye, Marty. 1565 01:34:05,932 --> 01:34:06,968 Hmm. 1566 01:34:11,563 --> 01:34:12,849 [car door opens] 1567 01:34:52,020 --> 01:34:54,228 Uh, Lil? Where do you want this one? 1568 01:34:56,065 --> 01:34:57,556 There. 1569 01:34:57,650 --> 01:34:58,686 Yeah. 1570 01:34:59,736 --> 01:35:00,817 [Sonny] I told you so. 1571 01:35:01,279 --> 01:35:02,736 I know you did. 1572 01:35:02,822 --> 01:35:04,063 And you were right. 1573 01:35:04,157 --> 01:35:06,570 A Lifetime Achievement. How can I get one of those? 1574 01:35:06,659 --> 01:35:09,618 - Can I rent it? - I told them about you 1575 01:35:09,704 --> 01:35:11,570 and they seemed interested. 1576 01:35:11,664 --> 01:35:13,030 Oh, stop it. 1577 01:35:13,124 --> 01:35:15,036 [both laughing] 1578 01:35:19,339 --> 01:35:21,046 [music playing] 1579 01:35:53,915 --> 01:35:56,248 [country music playing] 1580 01:39:12,530 --> 01:39:14,192 [song ends] 1581 01:39:15,533 --> 01:39:17,616 [country song playing] 1582 01:42:21,677 --> 01:42:23,760 [song ends] 1583 01:42:24,138 --> 01:42:26,801 [instrumental music playing]