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#204 : Anne Frank, première partie

Réalisation: Michael Uppendahl -  Scénario: Jessica Sharzer

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Une nouvelle patiente prétend être la célébre Anne Frank et dévoile le passé trouble du Docteur Arden. Tout se complique lorsque la police se met à enquêter sur lui. Kit et Grace se livrent sur la raison de leur arrivée à Briarcliff pendant que le Docteur Thredson propose un traitement de choc à Lana pour l'aider à rentrer chez elle.

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Titre VO
I Am Anne Frank Part.1

Titre VF
Anne Frank, première partie

Première diffusion
07.11.2012

Première diffusion en France
13.04.2013

Vidéos

Inside The Asylum- I Am Anne Frank Part.1 #Making Of

Inside The Asylum- I Am Anne Frank Part.1 #Making Of

  

Photos promo

Soeur Mary Eunice et Soeur Jude parlent à Kit et Grace

Soeur Mary Eunice et Soeur Jude parlent à Kit et Grace

Kit Walker (Evan Peters)

Kit Walker (Evan Peters)

Charlotte Brown/ Anne Frank (Franka Potente)

Charlotte Brown/ Anne Frank (Franka Potente)

Charlotte Brown/ Anne Frank (Franka Potente)

Charlotte Brown/ Anne Frank (Franka Potente)

Charlotte Brown/ Anne Frank (Franka Potente)

Charlotte Brown/ Anne Frank (Franka Potente)

Lana parle avec Charlotte Brown/Anne Frank

Lana parle avec Charlotte Brown/Anne Frank

Charlotte attaque le Dr. Arden

Charlotte attaque le Dr. Arden

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Mercredi 07.11.2012 à 22:00
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Résumé long de l'épisode 204 " I Am Anne Frank: Part 1 "

 

Une femme sans identité (Franka Potente) est amenée à l’asile suite à un acte de violence. Sœur Jude va lui parler. Elle a été bouleversée par une blague antisémite dans un bar et s'est emportée. Elle refuse de donner plus d'informations à son sujet, elle se met à siffler au lieu de répondre à Sœur Jude.

 

Le Docteur Arden continue ses tortures médicales sur Shelley et il lui injecte un produit en disant que ça va la faire vivre éternellement.

 

Dans la boulangerie, Grace voit la lèvre fendue de Kit et devine que c’est l’œuvre du Docteur Arden. Flash-back : le Docteur Arden interroge Kit sur la puce qu’il a trouvée dans son cou.

Grace dit à Kit qu'elle le croit quand il dit que la puce lui a été implantée par des créatures venues du ciel.

Kit lui demande de raconter son histoire. Flash-back : Dans la ferme où elle a grandi, Grace est réveillée par des bruits au milieu de la nuit. Elle va au bout du couloir pour vérifier que tout va bien et voit un homme frapper son père à mort avec une hache. Elle descend et se cache dans le garde-manger. Puis elle se retourne et voit des membres sur une étagère derrière elle. Elle explique qu’elle a perdu son père et sa belle-mère cette nuit-là, et sa demi-sœur le lendemain, quand elle a été accusée par elle de les avoir assassinés. Sa demi-sœur était amoureuse du meurtrier et voulait récupérer la ferme.

 

 

Lana a un entretien avec le Docteur Thredson, qui veut savoir où elle était pendant le film. Il promet de ne pas le dire à Sœur Jude.

Flashback : Le soir de la projection, après leur tentative d'évasion, Kit, Grace et Lana pensent que Shelley a réussi à passer les monstres.

Le Docteur Thredson dit à Lana qu’elle ne devrait pas être là et qu’elle a eu raison de tenter de s'échapper. Elle le traite d’hypocrite parce que sa profession considère que les lesbiennes ont un comportement déviant. Il veut essayer de la «guérir» pour qu’elle puisse sortir.

 

 

Dans la salle commune, la femme sans nom écrit une lettre à Kitty où elle dit qu’elle se sent enfermée comme à Amsterdam. Lana lui conseille de cacher son stylo pour ne pas être mise à l’isolement. Comme la femme ne répond pas, Lana lui dit qu'elle espère qu'elle aime la douleur. 

Lorsque le Docteur Arden entre dans la pièce, l’inconnue se jette sur lui, le traitant de nazi et disant qu'il était à Auschwitz. Elle dit qu'elle est Anne Frank.

 

 

Plus tard, Sœur Jude parle avec "Anne", qui dit qu'elle était trop malade pour dire son nom lorsque le camp a été libéré, puis qu’elle a vécu dans la rue en Allemagne jusqu'à ce qu’elle rencontre le soldat William Snow qui l’a emmenée en Amérique. Elle dit que celui-ci est mort au combat en Corée en 1952. Elle explique qu’elle n’a pas révélé son identité après la publication de son journal parce qu’elle était devenue un symbole et que son père avait refait sa vie. Elle raconte à Sœur Jude que le Docteur Arden est un criminel de guerre nazi.

  

 

Le Dr Thredson rencontre Kit, et lui expose son dilemme. S’il déclare Kit sain d’esprit, il finira sur la chaise électrique et s’il le déclare fou, il restera interné, or il ne veut pas l’envoyer dans le couloir de la mort mais il ne le croit pas fou non plus. Il pense que Kit se cache la réalité à lui-même et se dit prêt à mentir pour lui sauver la vie si Kit essaye d'accepter ce qu'il a fait.

 

Anne dit à Sœur Jude que le nom du Docteur Arden était alors Hans Gruper. Flash-back : Anne et d'autres Juifs descendent d’un train à Auschwitz. Le docteur apporte des sucreries aux femmes, et ne pouvant soigner tout le monde il tire à pile ou face pour décider qui soigner. Quand les femmes dont il s’est occupé reviennent, elles sont malades et refusent de parler. Certaines ne reviennent pas.

 

 

Le Dr Thredson raconte à Kit qu’il pense qu’il a craqué parce qu’il trouvait trop dur de garder son mariage secret. Le Dr Thredson pense qu'il a attaqué une femme près de son travail, puis une autre quelques mois plus tard, puis Alma. Le Dr Thredson essaie de convaincre Kit que ses amis sont venus chez lui cette nuit-là et qu’il a attaqué Alma quand elle a voulu dire la vérité. Kit nie.

 

 

Sœur Jude tente de convaincre Anne que le Docteur Arden n'est pas Gruper.

  

Durant la distribution de médicaments dans la salle commune, Lana imagine l'article qu’elle écrirait sur Briarcliff et le prix qu'elle gagnerait avec. Elle se voit faire une discours de remerciement dans lequel elle dit avoir été prête à tout pour sortir de l’établissement, y compris à suivre la thérapie du Docteur Thredson.

 

Dans la boulangerie, Kit passe sa colère sur la pâte. Quand Grace arrive, il lui demande s’il est fou car la théorie du Dr Thredson lui semble plausible. Grace lui assure que le fait de douter de soi est un signe de bonne santé mentale. Il lui serre le cou et lui demande s'il est un tueur. Elle reste calme, et répond que quoi qu’il en soit elle est avec lui. Ils font l’amour sur la table et un garde les surprend alors qu’ils sont encore enlacés.

 

Dans le bureau de Sœur Jude, ils s'attendent à la bastonnade habituelle, mais à la place elle a l'intention de les stériliser. Ils sont interrompus par Frank venu dire à Sœur Jude que des policiers interrogent le Docteur Arden.

Sœur Mary Eunice propose de reconduire Kit dans sa cellule. Quand Grace et les autres sont sortis, Sœur Mary Eunice montre le dossier de Grace à Kit, disant qu'elle n'est pas aussi innocente qu'elle le prétend.

 

Sœur Jude entre sans frapper dans le bureau du Docteur Arden, feignant d'être surprise d’y trouver les policiers. Ils sont là suite à une plainte déposée par une femme galante qu'il aurait malmenée. 

Flash-back : On voit le dîner du Docteur avec la prostituée puis la découverte par la jeune femme des photos pornographiques et des souvenirs nazis.

Le Docteur Arden nie tout et quitte la pièce. Sœur Jude est intéressée par cette histoire de souvenirs nazis. Les policiers l’informent qu’ils enquêtent sur des homicides et que certains détails de la déclaration de la jeune fille ont retenu leur attention. Ils lui demandent si Kit Walker semble être le genre de personne qui aurait les compétences chirurgicales pour enlever la peau d'une femme, et sa tête.

 

  

Le Dr Thredson a commencé une thérapie par aversion avec Lana. Il lui montre des photos suggestives de femmes tout en lui administrant un produit qui la fait vomir. Il lui montre même une photo de Wendy qu'il a trouvée dans sa maison. Il est impressionné par sa détermination et passe à la thérapie de conversion. Il fait venir un jeune et beau détenu prénommé Daniel et lui fait enlever ses vêtements pour qu'elle puisse le regarder. Elle s'inquiète de savoir si Daniel va la toucher mais le docteur lui demande de se toucher elle-même en regardant le jeune homme, puis de caresser Daniel. Elle obéit, en pleurs. Elle doit s’arrêter et vomit. Le Dr Thredson lui dit qu'il ne pense pas que la thérapie de réorientation sexuelle va fonctionner avec elle.

 

 

Sœur Jude parle à Mgr Howard de la visite de la police et lui fait part de ses soupçons sur le passé du Dr Arden. Mais quand elle cite Anne Frank comme étant sa source sur les antécédents de criminel de guerre du Docteur, le prêtre lui demande si son travail n’est pas trop éprouvant pour elle. Et il lui rappelle qu’elle était ivre le jour de la projection du film lorsqu’une patiente a disparu. Mgr Howard téléphone au Docteur Arden, couvert du sang de Shelley qui remue sur la table d’opération, pour lui conseiller de faire le ménage chez lui.

 

Sœur Jude se promène avec la Mère Supérieure (Barbara Tarbuck) et lui avoue avoir dérapé. Elle partage aussi ses préoccupations au sujet du Docteur Arden, et dit qu’elle ne veut pas aller à l’encontre des désirs de Mgr Howard. Mais la Mère Supérieure l’encourage à surmonter cet obstacle.

 

 

 

Sœur Mary Eunice met Kit à l’isolement dans une cellule à côté de celle de Grace. Il lui demande pourquoi elle a menti ; elle a tué sa belle-mère et son père. Elle dit qu'elle n'est pas désolée. Elle lui raconte que son père a commencé à l’agresser quand elle était très jeune. Sa belle-mère lui a donné des bonbons pour la calmer et à garder le silence. En flash-back, nous voyons Grace avec une hache. Elle a découvert que son père avait vendu ses chevaux, sa seule échappatoire, et s’est vengée. Kit dit qu'il l'admire.

 

 

Dans la salle commune, le Dr Thredson s'excuse auprès de Lana de n’avoir pas pu l'aider. Il lui donne la photo de Wendy. Il lui dit qu’il quitte l’asile vendredi et lui promet de ne pas la laisser derrière lui.

 

Kit raconte à Sœur Jude qu'il veut avouer ses crimes, même s'il ne s’en souvient pas. Il pense que Dieu sait ce qu’il a fait et que ces créatures ne peuvent pas vraiment exister. Il pleure et lui demande de l'aider à trouver Dieu. Il a l'air sincère.

 

Le Docteur Arden conduit Anne dans sa chambre de torture et la jette à terre. Il verrouille la porte mais quand il se retourne pour lui faire face, elle braque une arme à feu sur lui. (Nous voyons qu'elle l' a volée à l’un des policiers.)

 

 

Elle lui demande d'avouer qu'il est bien Hans Gruper. Il y a un bruit dans la pièce d’à côté. Elle lui tire dans la jambe et exige la clé de la chambre. Elle l’ouvre et trouve Shelley couverte de plaies. Shelley supplie Anne de la tuer.

 

 

[Fin de l'épisode]

Briarcliff

 

1964

 

Asylum’s hallway

Frank: She has no identification, no wallet, keys, and she wouldn't talk to the cops.

Sister Jude: So they dropped her on our doorstep?

Frank: When I was on the force, we used to do that all the time. Involuntary psychiatric hold.

(patients screaming) You know, we cut out a lot of paperwork.

(He opens a cell. Sister Jude goes to talk to her.)

Sister Jude: Wait here.

Frank: You got it.

Sister Jude: What's your name? I hear you caused quite a disturbance tonight. Some anti-Semitic remark set you off.

Patient: They made a joke. The businessmen at the bar. They said, "Don't let them Jew you down." That's how it always starts, you know? With jokes.

Sister Jude: There's blood on your coat there. Is it yours? It's theirs.

Patient: I broke a beer bottle. I stabbed them. They will live, but... they will never forget.

Sister Jude: I'm not immune to the atrocities your people suffered. Did you lose someone in the war?

(She doesn’t answer, she only whistles.)

Sister Jude: We'll start treatment first thing in the morning. (to Frank) Lock her up.

(Whistling continues)

 

Dr Arden’s operating room

Shelley: Am I going to die?

Dr Arden: Not exactly. (He injects her with something.) As a matter of fact, after this, you'll probably live forever.

(Shelley screams.)

 

-[OPENING CREDITS]-

 

Bakery

Kit: I could sure use a cigarette about now.

(Grace sees Kit's split lip)

Grace: Arden?

 

(Flash back to Arden interrogating him.)

Dr Arden: Where is it?

 

Grace: That son of a bitch.

 

(Flash back to Arden interrogating Kit.)

Dr Arden: No fresh incisions to indicate surgical implantation. What'd it do, crawl back inside you? Through which orifice?

Kit: What are you talking about?

 

Kit: Yeah, he smacked me around, shot me with X-rays... (Flash back: machine whirring) That thing he found on my neck.

Grace: The tracer from the creatures in the sky?

Kit: You still believe me, don't you?

Grace: Yeah, of course. But it doesn't matter what I believe.

Kit: It does. Especially in this place. Your story is who you are.

Grace: I wish I could forget my story.

Kit: No, you have to say it out loud all the time just to keep it straight in your head. Tell me. Tell me your story. I won't judge you.

Grace: I can still hear the sound if I let myself.

 

(Flash back to Grace waking up in the middle of the night in her house to hear loud thudding noises.)

Young girl: You hear something?... What's going on? What time is it?

Grace: Stay here.

(Grace went down the hall to check and saw a man hacking her father to death with an axe.)

Grace's Father:Grace...

(She runs downstairs and hides in the pantry.)

Killer: Get back here!

(She turns around to see limbs on a shelf behind her. She screams. The flashback ends.)

 

Grace: I lost my father and my stepmother that night. I lost my stepsister the next day when she accused me of murdering them. Red and Patsy were secretly lovers. They wanted the farm for themselves. They planned every detail to convince the police, and no matter how many times I told my story, no one would believe me.

Kit: I believe you.

Grace: I loved the farm. I miss the horses the most. The freedom I felt riding them. Like I was flying.

Kit: You'll fly again.

 

Dr. Thredson’s office

Dr. Thredson: Where did you go during the movie, Lana?

Lana: I... I told you, I excused myself.

Dr. Thredson: I'm not going to say a word to Sister Jude. I would have done that already if I thought that's what was needed. You reappeared. You, Kit and Grace.

 

(Flash back to Sister Jude ending the movie.)

Sister Jude: The Mexican, a sex-crazed deviant, and a pinhead won't get far in this storm. I hope they all drown out there. Lights out in ten minutes.

Frank: All right, let's go.

Grace: Shelley made it out.

Lana: She got past whatever's out there.

Grace: What the hell were they?

Kit: We can never talk about that. If they know we got out, it's the end of us.

(The flashback ends.)

 

Dr. Thredson: Here's the thing, Lana. You don't belong here. You're not a danger to society. You were right to try to escape.

(Lana chuckles.)

Lana: You headshrinkers are such hypocrites. According to your bible, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, I'm sick. I have an illness.

Dr. Thredson: I believe I can help you. I'd like to try, if you'll let me.

Lana: But I'm not even your patient.

Dr. Thredson: I see myself in you. You're thoughtful and intelligent. You have something to offer the world. And they can't keep you here if they don't have a current diagnosis. If I can convince them that I've cured you, they'll be forced to release you.

Lana: Doctor, I have been this way since... ...since I can remember. There is no cure.

Dr. Thredson: Your choice. I'm not like Sister Jude. I won't force you to do anything. But I also won't be here very much longer - another week if we're lucky - so if you want help getting out of this shithole... ...we'd better jump in. You're a fish out of water, Lana, gasping for life. It won't end well.

Trust me.

 

Common room

(♪ Dominique, nique, nique ♪

♪ S'en allait tout simplement, ♪

♪ Routier, pauvre et chantant ♪)

 

 

The nameless woman writes: “15th of November 1964. Dear Kitty: This relentlessly cheerful tune never stops playing. The walls are closing in. I can hardly breathe. It's Amsterdam all over again. But there are eyes everywhere. These eyes of madness and disease. These people, they are resigned to die here. We were never resigned. We always held on to a shred of hope.”

Lana: Give me your pen. If they catch you writing, they'll throw you in solitary.

In spite of the religious icons everywhere, this is a godless place. You might want a friend.

 

(♪ Dominique, nique, nique ♪

♪ S'en allait tout simplement, ♪

♪ Routier, pauvre et chantant ♪)

 

Lana : Okay. I hope you like pain.

 

(♪ En tous chemins, en tous lieux, ♪

♪ Il ne parle que du Bon Dieu, ♪

♪ Il ne parle que du Bon Dieu ♪)

 

(Arden comes in, the nameless woman runs at him.)

Dr Arden: Ah. You must be the new girl.

New patient: You were there.

Dr Arden: What?

New patient: In Auschwitz. Nazi murderer! You Nazi swine!

Dr Arden: Take this one.

New patient: Murderer! Nazi swine! Don't you remember me, Doctor? I am Anne.

Anne Frank!

 

Sister Jude’s office

Sister Jude: So, Anne Frank, is it? What a relief it will be to millions of schoolchildren to know you survived.

Anne: You think I'm crazy.

Sister Jude: Anne Frank died, Bergen-Belsen, 1945. Just weeks before the camp was liberated.

Anne: There were so many bodies when the Allies arrived - thousands... buried in mass graves - but I wasn't one of them. I was too sick to tell anyone my name, even if they had asked. The Brits nursed us back to some semblance of health. Afterwards, I kept to the streets in Germany. A pickpocket, a thief. And then I met a soldier. Private William Snow of Rutherford, New Jersey. He saved me. He brought me to America.

Sister Jude: So you're a married lady.

Anne: A widow. William was called back to service during the Korean Conflict. He was killed there in '52. That same year, my diary was published here in America. Only then did I realize that Pim had survived the war.

Sister Jude: And you made no attempt to contact your father?

Anne: I wanted to, at first. But he had a new family, a new life. But more than that, it was the diary. People finally started to pay attention to what they'd done to us. All because of a martyred 15-year-old girl. She had to stay 15. And a martyr. I could do more good dead than alive.

Sister Jude: Your story is indecent.

Anne: No, you are indecent. You have a Nazi war criminal working here.

 

Dr. Thredson’s office

Dr. Thredson: I find myself in a bit of an ethical dilemma, Kit. If I deem you as sane, you'll almost certainly go to the electric chair, but if I... judge you unfit to stand trial, you'll be allowed to live out the rest of your days here.

Kit: So... what's the problem?

Dr. Thredson: The problem is I don't think you're crazy. But I don't think you're evil.

Kit: You think I'm innocent?

Dr. Thredson: In some ways, yes. The innocent victim of a brutish society which drove you to commit acts so terrible, so... antithetical to who you are as a person that your psyche concocted this elaborate fantasy about alien abduction to absolve you of your guilt.

Kit: No. That's not true.

Dr. Thredson: I believe it is. But I also believe that your death at the hands of the state serves no moral purpose. Listen to me very carefully, Kit. I'm willing to lie to the courts in order to save your life, but only under one condition: that for the rest of our time together, you face the truth of what you've done. If you can do that, then I'll be able to leave here feeling I've done some good.

Kit: I already told you what happened.

Dr. Thredson: Yes. Now let me tell you.

 

Sister Jude’s office

Anne: He wasn't called Arden then. He was Gruper. Hans Gruper. He was SS. And he was not like the others. I saw him the night we arrived in Auschwitz. That's where they sent us first.

(Flash back to Anne and other Jews being unloaded from the trains in Auschwitz. Arden speaking german.)

Anne: He seemed kind... gentle. I remember that there were two boys, twins, and when the guards herded the other children away, Gruper saved those twins. I can recall thinking that they were lucky. (The flashback ends.) But nobody was lucky in Auschwitz. I didn't know it then, but Dr. Gruper never saved a single soul. He would visit us regularly in the women's barracks, bring us sweets, (Flash back to Auschwitz) chocolates. The guards would never strike us when he was present. He wanted to help, he said. But he couldn't treat all the girls, he would say. (The flashback ends.) So he left it to chance. (Flash back, Arden flips a coin to decide who to take. The flashback ends.) And when they came back, if they came back... ...something had changed. (Flashback to Auschwitz.) He had made them sick. Whatever he'd done to them. They'd be afraid to speak out. (girl sobbing) They'd be sworn to secrecy.

 

Dr. Thredson’s office

Dr. Thredson: You married Alma in secret. You didn't feel you could tell anyone. And as time passed, what should've been your greatest joy became your greatest shame. And the pressure in you built and needed a release. And it found one. (He reads a report.) On... January 16, (Flash back) Donna Burton, a librarian, was abducted from the Wausaukee County Library-- a short drive from the gas station where you worked. (The flashback ends.) Her remains were found two days later. Her skin had been removed. (Thredson shows the pics at Kit.) So had her head. Why the skin, Kit? Why the head?

Kit: I don't know.

Dr. Thredson: Her race? Her identity? The very things about Alma society was punishing you for?

Kit: No.

Dr. Thredson: It happened again in March. Allison Rydell, a secretary, was taken outside of her home. Then it happened to Alma. The night it happened, you said you had been visited at work by friends. (Flashback : his friend Billy with a couple other guys) You said that they were suspicious, that they followed you home.

Kit: But it wasn't them.

Dr. Thredson: Of course it was, Kit.

 

Man: Kit? Kit? (We see Billy at the door. Kit put his hand over Alma’s mouth.)

Dr. Thredson: And maybe Alma had had enough of the hiding, of the shame.

 

Dr. Thredson: And when she confronted you about it, you snapped. (We see Kit attack Alma.) Your rage at Alma's shame had finally found its real target.

 

Dr. Thredson: You killed the thing you loved the most.

Kit: It wasn't me.

 

Sister Jude’s office

Sister Jude: It wasn't him.

Anne: I know what I saw.

Sister Jude: You didn't see anything, because you weren't there.

(Anne shows the numbers tattooed to her arm.)

Anne: I know where I came from, Sister. Can you say the same about your Dr. Arden?

Common room

(♪ Dominique, nique, nique ♪

♪ S'en allait tout simplement, ♪

♪ Routier, pauvre et chantant ♪

♪ En tous chemins, en tous lieux, ♪)

 

(Lana imagines the expose she'd write about Briarcliff and the awards she'd win.)

Man: From the Commonwealth Gazette in Western Massachusetts, for her searing, six-part exposé of the horrific mental health abuses at Briarcliff Manor, home for the criminally insane, where she was held against her will (We see Lana receive her award.) and subjected to unspeakable torture, the brave Miss Lana Winters. (applause)

Lana: (Lana image her speech in the common room.) Thank you. I want to thank my real heroes: the other inmates at Briarcliff, whose stories broke my heart and inspired me to survive. Like Martha. They say when she first arrived, she was young and beautiful. She had suffered a nervous breakdown after her husband committed suicide. When I met her, she banged her head against the wall pretty much every single day. And Rudy. Diagnosed as a chronic masturbator, Sister Jude's cane did little to help his habit. In fact, he got worse.

They tried hard to crush my spirit. (Flash back: electroshock therapy)

(Lana alone in her cell) "Something there is that doesn't love a wall (words echo quietly) "That sends the frozen-ground-swell under it, And... To destroy my mind so I'd forget what I saw. ...the upper boulders in the sun..." (speech) I did everything I could think of to survive. And then I did what I had to do to get out.

 

(She runs in Dr Thredson’s office.)

Lana: How soon can we begin your therapy?

 

Bakery

(Kit takes out his anger on dough.)

Grace: Are you seeing Sister Jude's face in the dough? I want to punch her, too, for making us work double shifts.

Kit: What if I am crazy? Huh? What if I imagined the whole thing? The spaceship, the creatures, Alma abducted. What if... what if I made it all up because I couldn't face up to what I'd done?

Grace: Why are you saying this now?

Kit: Dr. Thredson, he... he said some things that are starting to make sense.

Grace: Well, if you were crazy, they wouldn't make sense to you. Self-doubt is a sure sign of sanity.

Kit: Wait, you're confusing me. If... you're saying that if I'm crazy, then I wouldn't believe Dr. Thredson, but if I'm sane, then my crazy stories would be true?

Grace: I have no idea what you just said.

Kit: What am I? Crazy or sane? (He grabs her around the neck.) Am I a killer?

Grace: I don't care. Whatever you are, I'll be with you.

(They go at it on the pastry table. Just after they finish, a guard walks in.)

 

Sister Jude’s office

Sister Mary Eunice: I've taken the liberty of choosing one, Sister Jude. A cane befitting their... transgression.

Sister Jude: I don't know what's gotten into you lately, Sister, but it's a decided improvement. (to Kit and Grace) You two... are far too familiar. You're drawn to each other like the serpent and the apple. Are you purposely trying to make a murder baby?

Kit: Grace didn't kill anyone. She told me her story; she was framed.

Grace: Just give us our beating and get it over with.

Sister Jude: I think a more reliable step needs to be taken: sterilization, for the both of you.

Kit: You can't do that.

(They're interrupted when Frank arrives.)

Sister Jude: What is it?

Frank: Two detectives are here questioning Dr. Arden. I don't know about what.

Sister Jude: Sister... see to it that these two are secured till the paperwork for the procedure is approved.

Frank: I'll take 'em to solitary.

Sister Mary Eunice: Frank... why don't you take Grace, and I'll take Kit. Would that be all right, Sister Jude?

Sister Jude: Just make sure they're kept apart.

Frank: Come on. Let's go, get up. Let's go.

(When Grace and everyone are gone, Eunice shows Kit Grace's file.)

Sister Mary Eunice: It's good advice, Kit. She's not the innocent girl she claims to be.

 

Dr Arden’s office

Sister Jude: Dr. Arden, I'd like to go over with... oh. Oh, I'm terribly sorry. I wasn't aware you had visitors. I'm Sister Jude. I run this facility.

Byers: Detective Byers. This is Detective Connors.

Sister Jude: Detectives. My gracious.

Dr Arden: This really doesn't concern you, Sister.

Sister Jude: Two police detectives questioning one of my most valued staff members concerns me greatly.

Connors: Maybe the sister can help. A nun would make one hell of a character witness.

Sister Jude: If it's a question of the doctor's character, I've got lots to say.

Byers: Well, your colleague here has been accused of roughing up a certain lady of the evening.

Sister Jude: A prostitute?!

Dr Arden: No need to retire to your fainting couch, Sister. Because all of this is an egregious lie. I've never even met the woman.

 

(Flash back to Dr Arden sawing away at the roast.)

Dr Arden: It must have been frightening, meeting strange men, what with a killer on the loose.

 

Byers: She says she saw some things which alarmed her. Obscene material, pornography... (Flash back to the prostitute finding his porn and bondage pictures) ...Nazi memorabilia.

 

Byers: When she tried to leave his home, he got physical with her.

 

(Flash back : she bites him hard on the arm, kicks him in the crotch and runs away.)

Prostitute: No!

 

Dr Arden: This is utter hogwash. I was here.

Byers: Can you verify that for us, Sister?

Sister Jude: Did you say Nazi memorabilia?

Dr Arden: This is outrageous. I have no idea what I'm even being accused of. One would think that the Wausaukee County Police Department would have something better to do with its time. I know I have. Good day to you. (He leaves.)

Sister Jude: Aren't you going to arrest him?

Byers: For what?

Sister Jude: Well, you're the Vice detectives.

Byers: Actually, Sister, we're Homicide.

Sister Jude: Homicide?

Byers: Certain details of the victim's statement caught our eye.

Connors: Maybe we can ask you a question. It's about one of your patients here, Kit Walker.

Sister Jude: What about him?

Connors: He seemed like the kind of guy that would have the surgical skill to remove a woman's skin?

Byers: And her head?

 

Dr Thredson’s office

(Dr Thredson shows Lana nude photos of women as she's hooked up.)

Lana: What is this stuff?

Dr Thredson: Apomorphine. The standard drug for this kind of cutting-edge aversion therapy. They use it at Harvard, Brigham Young, Cornell. The theory is that we're training your body to be physically repelled by certain... triggers.

Lana: How did you get that? (He shows her a picture of Wendy.)

Dr Thredson: From your house, when I was there. I thought you might want it. Say when.

(He lets her determine how much of the drug dose she can handle. She vomits.)

Lana: I need a few more minutes... I need a few minutes before the next one.

Dr Thredson: I'm very impressed with your determination, Lana. Let's take a break from that. Let's move on to the conversion part of your therapy. I think you might actually enjoy this part. (He introduces her a cute young inmate.) You know Daniel. I've asked him to help out with your treatment. He told me that he thinks you're a very good person, and he would be honored to participate in anything that might liberate you.

Lana: Whatever you say, Doctor. I want to do whatever works.

Dr Thredson: Good. Let's get started, then. Daniel... We'll begin with very simple visual stimulation. Daniel will take off his robe, and you will regard his physique.

Lana: I'm sorry, but... I don't feel anything.

Dr Thredson: That's okay.

Lana: You're not gonna make him touch me, are you?

Dr Thredson: Actually, I'm going to ask you... to touch yourself. Can you do that?

Lana: I don't know...

Dr Thredson: Try to focus on his genitals. Good. Good, Lana. … Now, take your other hand and place it on Daniel's member. … Good. … Good. Now keep touching yourself and try to relate the pleasure that you're feeling to his tumescence. (She sobs.) You're doing good work, Lana. We're all rooting for you.

Lana: Oh! (She vomits.) Give me a few minutes! Please just give me a few more seconds! I know I can do it!

Dr Thredson: In a perfect world, I would love to dive into talk therapy, discover the root of your fixation, but my expertise is telling me that aversion/conversion therapy won't work with you.

(She whimpers.)

 

Stairway

Mgr Howard: Sister Jude, we need to talk.

Sister Jude: Yes, I agree. The police came to Briarcliff last night. It seems Dr. Arden solicited a... a woman of the night. The young woman found Nazi souvenirs in his bedroom.

 

Mgr Howard’s office

Mgr Howard: Are the police pursuing a case against him?

Sister Jude: No, I don't believe so, but...

Mgr Howard: Sister, this obsession with Dr. Arden has to stop.

Sister Jude: But there's mounting evidence that this man is a war criminal.

Mgr Howard: Just a moment. Where are you getting this information?

Sister Jude: There is a patient who survived the death camps. She remembers him.

Mgr Howard: Which patient is this?

Sister Jude: Her name is Anne.

Mgr Howard: Anne who?

Sister Jude: Anne Frank. I know it... I know how it sounds, but you...

Mgr Howard: No, I really don't think you do.

Sister Jude: I saw a prison tattoo. She was in Auschwitz.

Mgr Howard: Where's she now, hiding in the attic? You're so eager to believe any calumny, any vile thing said about this man you despise that you're taking the word of an inmate in a mental ward.

Sister Jude: Father, this isn't about me. I am trying to protect you, this institution, our dream!

Mgr Howard: You imperil the dream, Sister, by refusing to face your own failures. You'd rather see Nazi war criminals in our midst than look in the mirror. Or maybe this job is too much for you.

Sister Jude: No, this job means everything to me. You know that.

Mgr Howard: All I know is that you've been drinking again. Several of our employees witnessed you were a drunken fool on the night of the escape, slurring your words, almost slobbering during the introduction of the film from your movie night. Do you think alcohol has compromised your judgment in these matters? You don't need to answer now. Reflect Pray on it.

 

Dr Arden’s operating room

(Phone ringing. Dr Arden is covered in Shelley's blood. She twitches on the table.)

Dr Arden: Hello.

Mgr Howard: They're on to you, Arthur. If you have any housekeeping to take care of, I suggest you do it now.

 

Outside

(Sister Jude takes a walk with Mother Superior.)

Sister Jude: Mother Superior, I have slipped.

Mother Superior: Oh, dear.

Sister Jude: Pressures had mounted all around me, and then this God-forsaken storm. And somehow there was a carafe of communion wine left in my office. That's how God is.

Mother Superior: He loves to test us.

Sister Jude: Well, I failed.

Mother Superior: And now he's giving you another opportunity. God loves to see us triumph. It gives Him pleasure. Was your alcoholic transgression the only reason you sought my counsel today, my child?

Sister Jude: No, Mother. There's an employee of Briarcliff who I believe is a sadist and possibly a war criminal.

Mother Superior: Have you brought this to the attention of your monsignor?

Sister Jude: He has declined to pursue justice or action.

Mother Superior: The men of our church - your Monsignor Timothy, even the Holy Father himself, by their very nature they react out of fear when confronted with tough questions It's their instinct to protect themselves, cover their mistakes. Now, I'm familiar with somebody who may help you.

Sister Jude: Oh, no, Mother, I cannot, I will not go behind the back of the man who gave me my mission in life; who believed in me; with whom I share a dream.

Mother Superior: He is not who made you who you are, Jude. You came to me a tortured woman, ravaged by alcohol and guilt, but you had a compass That was your gift. And God gave you that gift for a purpose. Now he's put obstacles in your path, and like all this debris after the storm, it's up to you to make clear that path again.

 

Grace’s cell

(outer door opens, rattles.)

(Sister Mary Eunice puts Kit in solitary next to Grace.)

Grace: Kit? Kit, are you all right? Did they...

Kit: Cut my balls off? Not yet

Grace: (laughs quietly) I was so worried. You are the only person I ever had a second thought about in this hellhole.

Kit: Why'd you lie to me, Grace? There was no man named Red. You killed your stepmother and then your father.

Grace: What do you want? You want to hear me say I'm sorry for what I've done? I'm not sorry.

Kit: Tell me the truth!

Grace: I was so young when it started. My father would come into my room at night... and do things. (In flashback we see Grace going after her with an axe.)Sometimes I felt like I was in a dream, watching him do it to a stranger, or a corpse. I finally got the courage to tell my stepmother. She gave me candy to keep quiet. There was truth to the story I told before, Kit. I loved my horses. They were my escape. I found out he sold them all.

Grace’s father: Patsy...

Grace: That's when I woke up and saw my life for what it was. And once I opened my eyes, there was no turning back. Have I opened your eyes, Kit? Are you repulsed by what I am?

Kit: No. I admire you.

 

Common area

(♪ Dominique, nique, nique ♪

♪ S'en allait tout simplement, ♪

♪ Routier, pauvre et chantant ♪

♪ En tous chemins, en tous lieux, ♪

♪ Il ne parle que du Bon Dieu, ♪

♪ Il ne parle que du Bon Dieu ♪)

 

Dr Thredson: I want to talk to you. I haven't been able to sleep since you left my office. I'm so sorry, Lana. I wish I had been a real help. I'm not an aversion therapy advocate, but I thought it made sense in the moment. Now I wish I'd spared you.

Lana: You tried.

Dr Thredson: I brought you this. Thought you'd want it. (He gives her the picture of Wendy.)

Lana: They'll never let me keep this.

Dr Thredson: You only have to hide it until the end of the week. I'm leaving here on Friday and I am taking you with me. I don't know how yet, but... I will not leave you in this place, Lana. That's a promise.

 

Sister Jude’s office

Sister Jude: I understand you want to confess. I can only regard this as a ploy, considering the circumstances. You were, after all, caught in the act.

Kit:No, uh, Sister, this is, uh, this is not about Grace and me. This is about my crimes.

Sister Jude: Your crimes.

Kit: Yeah. And I know I'm not a very religious man, but I did go to Sunday School, and I was taught that God sees everything. Is that true?

Sister Jude: It is. And He does.

Kit: Even if I might not remember some terrible act that I might have committed? He knows, right?

Sister Jude: God knows all. (She remembers the accident.)

Kit: Well, then He knows... if I murdered those women. He knows if I... if I did those horrible things. And He knows if I killed Alma.

Sister Jude: Did you?

Kit: I must have. I mean... (He cries quietly.) ...everyone's saying that I did. And those creatures, the creatures, they can't really exist. I remember when I first showed up here, you said to me that, in order to find forgiveness, that I had to... (sobs) that I had to... that I had to admit to what I'd done. Sister... I need to be forgiven.

Sister Jude: God forgives all who seek Him.

Kit: Then help me. Please. Help me find God. I'll admit to everything that I've done.

Sister Jude: My child... ...we're all sinners, every one of us.

Kit: But the things I've done, Sister...

Sister Jude: That you can't recall.

 

Dr Arden’s operating room

(Dr Arden brings Anne into his torture chamber, throwing her to the ground.)

Dr Arden:Now, what have you been saying about me?

Anne: The truth. I know who you are! (Flash back to Auschwitz)

Dr Arden:You don't even know who you are. Anne Frank?! She died! Or didn't you bother to read the book? Your lies have caused me a great deal of embarrassment.

Anne: What are you going to do to me? The same things you did to those girls in Auschwitz? Huh? (Flash back to Auschwitz)

Dr Arden:I was never in Auschwitz. I'm from Scottsdale!

Anne: Liar! I bet it looked a lot like this place!

Dr Arden:You want to know what goes on in here? You're about to find out.

(He locks her in, but when he turns back around to face her, she's holding a gun on him.)

Dr Arden:Where'd you get that?

Anne: I'm not the only one who's on to you.

 

(Flash back : she lifted it off the cop.)

Anne: (to the cop) Oh... oh, sorry.

(Flash back ends.)

 

Anne: Come on... now's the time. Confess, Hans Gruper. Nazi piece of shit. (clattering, thudding)

Man: (outside) What's that?

(She shoots him in the leg, Dr Arden yells in pain.)

Dr Arden:Bitch!

Anne: What is in that room?

Dr Arden:Go to hell.

Anne: I've been there. Give me the key. Give me the key! Want to lose another leg?

Dr Arden: No. (He gives her the key.)

(She finds legless Shelley, covered in sores and boils.)

Shelley: Kill me.

 

–[End]–

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