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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:02,000 --> 00:00:07,000 Downloaded from YTS.MX 2 00:00:08,000 --> 00:00:13,000 Official YIFY movies site: YTS.MX 3 00:00:53,531 --> 00:00:55,968 [man] There are among us a people, 4 00:00:56,012 --> 00:01:00,016 gifted with a perfect memory of all their past lives. 5 00:01:00,060 --> 00:01:03,541 They call themselves Infinites. 6 00:01:05,978 --> 00:01:09,808 Among the Infinites, two groups have vied for power. 7 00:01:09,852 --> 00:01:12,376 On one side the Believers, 8 00:01:12,420 --> 00:01:13,943 dedicated to using their knowledge 9 00:01:13,986 --> 00:01:17,338 for the protection and growth of all humanity. 10 00:01:17,381 --> 00:01:19,818 Against them stand the Nihilists, 11 00:01:19,862 --> 00:01:22,647 who see this power as a curse. 12 00:01:23,605 --> 00:01:25,650 New technologies have given the Nihilists 13 00:01:25,694 --> 00:01:28,697 an opportunity to end all life on earth. 14 00:01:29,654 --> 00:01:32,614 And the race is on for its control. 15 00:01:33,571 --> 00:01:36,879 [sirens wailing] 16 00:01:52,938 --> 00:01:54,723 [groans] 17 00:01:57,856 --> 00:02:00,076 [yells] 18 00:02:02,209 --> 00:02:04,428 [tires squealing] 19 00:02:05,386 --> 00:02:06,778 [man] Treadway, tell me you got it. 20 00:02:06,822 --> 00:02:09,955 Yeah. Yeah, I got it. I got it. 21 00:02:10,565 --> 00:02:12,915 [tires squealing] 22 00:02:15,222 --> 00:02:17,833 [horns honking] 23 00:02:20,140 --> 00:02:23,055 [Treadway] Might be delayed a little. I'’m headed to meet you now. 24 00:02:23,099 --> 00:02:24,100 Copy that. 25 00:02:28,017 --> 00:02:30,585 [tires squealing] 26 00:02:34,676 --> 00:02:36,547 [sirens wailing] 27 00:02:36,591 --> 00:02:38,114 [policeman speaking Spanish] 28 00:02:45,208 --> 00:02:47,079 [man] Treadway, you okay? 29 00:02:47,123 --> 00:02:49,604 [Treadway] We can'’t let them get the Egg back. 30 00:02:50,953 --> 00:02:53,782 I can'’t believe Bathurst would go this far. 31 00:02:53,825 --> 00:02:55,610 He'’s not the man we remember. 32 00:02:56,132 --> 00:02:57,133 [Treadway] Shit. 33 00:02:58,221 --> 00:03:00,223 [hip-hop music playing] 34 00:03:00,267 --> 00:03:02,878 ♪ Real legends never die Real-Real legends never die♪ 35 00:03:02,921 --> 00:03:04,923 ♪ Real legends never die♪ 36 00:03:04,967 --> 00:03:07,361 [man rapping] ♪ How come the nonbelievers are screamin'’?♪ 37 00:03:07,404 --> 00:03:09,972 ♪ Reset to fast To outrun the demons♪ 38 00:03:10,015 --> 00:03:12,017 ♪ Nothin'’ come between The boy and his freedom♪ 39 00:03:12,061 --> 00:03:13,410 Shit. 40 00:03:13,454 --> 00:03:15,673 [man continues rapping] 41 00:03:31,559 --> 00:03:33,865 [policeman speaking Spanish] 42 00:03:37,173 --> 00:03:40,176 Abel. I'’m gonna take a shortcut. Meet me at the freeway. 43 00:03:49,577 --> 00:03:52,275 [sirens wailing] 44 00:03:53,450 --> 00:03:55,757 [man rapping] ♪ The legend never die It get reborn♪ 45 00:03:55,800 --> 00:03:57,889 ♪ Real legends never die♪ 46 00:03:57,933 --> 00:04:00,718 ♪ Real legends Real-Real legends♪ 47 00:04:00,762 --> 00:04:03,199 ♪ Real legends never die♪ 48 00:04:08,204 --> 00:04:11,642 ♪ Real legends Real-Real legends♪ 49 00:04:13,340 --> 00:04:16,517 ♪ The legend never die It get reborn♪ 50 00:04:17,518 --> 00:04:19,215 [tires squeal] 51 00:04:19,259 --> 00:04:22,218 ♪ There ain'’t no Holdin'’ me back♪ 52 00:04:22,262 --> 00:04:26,744 [man continues rapping] 53 00:04:56,600 --> 00:04:59,560 [horns honking] 54 00:05:08,656 --> 00:05:11,311 [tires squealing] 55 00:05:18,579 --> 00:05:19,928 They got it blocked off. 56 00:05:20,885 --> 00:05:23,279 Get to the base of the crane.[Abel] Treadway, listen. 57 00:05:23,323 --> 00:05:25,325 Do not go up that bridge. 58 00:05:33,637 --> 00:05:35,987 Treadway? Treadway? 59 00:05:39,426 --> 00:05:41,558 [Treadway] Abel, listen to me. 60 00:05:41,602 --> 00:05:43,995 If I fail, look inside. 61 00:05:44,039 --> 00:05:46,215 I don'’t know what miracle you think you'’re gonna pull off, 62 00:05:46,258 --> 00:05:49,174 but there'’s a 150-foot gap in front of you. 63 00:05:49,218 --> 00:05:50,959 What is his plan? 64 00:06:30,477 --> 00:06:31,652 [gasps] 65 00:06:49,974 --> 00:06:51,933 [Abel] Leona. Please. 66 00:06:53,674 --> 00:06:57,025 Leona, wake up. Wake up. 67 00:06:57,547 --> 00:06:59,375 [gasping] 68 00:07:26,663 --> 00:07:28,970 I'’ll find you in the Beginning. 69 00:07:29,753 --> 00:07:31,407 [Abel] I love you. 70 00:07:43,375 --> 00:07:45,726 [panting] 71 00:07:50,557 --> 00:07:55,562 [man] Did you ever have a dream so real it felt like a memory? 72 00:07:57,085 --> 00:08:00,480 You ever catch yourself in the mirror and it'’s a surprise? 73 00:08:01,524 --> 00:08:04,048 Like you expected to see someone else'’s face 74 00:08:04,092 --> 00:08:06,137 staring back at you. 75 00:08:09,489 --> 00:08:13,710 All these people all going somewhere, all doing something. 76 00:08:13,754 --> 00:08:16,321 But what does it all add up to? 77 00:08:16,365 --> 00:08:20,064 Maybe if I knew the answer, all the little things might click together. 78 00:08:20,108 --> 00:08:22,327 They might make sense. 79 00:08:22,371 --> 00:08:24,895 [man] Hey. Hi.[woman] Evan. Right on time. 80 00:08:24,939 --> 00:08:26,984 Nice to see you. How are ya? 81 00:08:27,028 --> 00:08:29,509 Any trouble getting here?No. No, not at all. 82 00:08:29,552 --> 00:08:30,727 Okay. 83 00:08:30,771 --> 00:08:32,860 [Evan] Third interview this week. 84 00:08:32,903 --> 00:08:34,731 [man] Here he is.[Evan] Hey, gentlemen. 85 00:08:34,775 --> 00:08:36,080 [man 2] Hey. How are you? 86 00:08:36,124 --> 00:08:38,169 Pleasure to meet you.Evan, great to meet you. 87 00:08:38,213 --> 00:08:40,998 Thank you so much for your time. I really appreciate it. 88 00:08:41,042 --> 00:08:42,913 Wow. Beautiful place you have here.Thank you. 89 00:08:42,957 --> 00:08:46,569 Absolutely gorgeous.I just got a couple questions if you don'’t mind. 90 00:08:46,613 --> 00:08:48,049 Yeah, of course. 91 00:08:48,092 --> 00:08:53,097 There are a couple of question marks in your past. 92 00:08:53,576 --> 00:08:55,056 I recognize that. 93 00:08:55,099 --> 00:08:58,625 You'’re the first face people see 94 00:08:58,668 --> 00:09:01,018 when they walk into my restaurant. 95 00:09:01,062 --> 00:09:02,759 And they'’d be greeted with a smile. 96 00:09:02,803 --> 00:09:05,109 I have had some issues in the past. 97 00:09:05,153 --> 00:09:08,112 I did a full background check on you, Mr. McCauley. 98 00:09:08,156 --> 00:09:11,463 I spoke to some of your past employers. 99 00:09:11,507 --> 00:09:15,555 And you know what? They all said the same thing. 100 00:09:15,598 --> 00:09:18,079 I'’m interested to hear what they had to say. 101 00:09:18,122 --> 00:09:19,515 They say you'’re great! 102 00:09:19,559 --> 00:09:22,083 They say you'’re smart. He'’s a smart guy. 103 00:09:22,126 --> 00:09:23,954 Smart guy right here, huh? 104 00:09:23,998 --> 00:09:27,958 That'’s all good. I guess I'’ve got the job then. When do I start? 105 00:09:28,002 --> 00:09:31,483 Tell me about the customer you attacked. 106 00:09:31,527 --> 00:09:33,616 He assaulted a waitress. 107 00:09:33,660 --> 00:09:34,965 So you broke his arm. 108 00:09:35,009 --> 00:09:37,228 I did. It was unintentional. 109 00:09:37,272 --> 00:09:40,623 Excuse me, but he grabbed her ass. 110 00:09:40,667 --> 00:09:42,625 I asked him to leave politely. 111 00:09:42,669 --> 00:09:46,498 He put his hands on me. No charges were ever filed. Everything was dismissed. 112 00:09:46,542 --> 00:09:52,635 So you just walked out of a shift at Locanda and you-- you never came back? 113 00:09:52,679 --> 00:09:54,768 I had a personal issue. That was six years ago. 114 00:09:54,811 --> 00:09:59,076 Yeah, your manager told me that you were institutionalized. 115 00:09:59,120 --> 00:10:00,730 For two weeks. 116 00:10:00,774 --> 00:10:04,386 Two weeks. Melanie, it'’s just two weeks. Just two weeks. 117 00:10:04,429 --> 00:10:08,520 Look. My struggles with mental illness are a part of my past. 118 00:10:08,564 --> 00:10:10,827 I haven'’t had so much as an eye twitch since. 119 00:10:10,871 --> 00:10:14,744 I think, if anything, getting through what I'’ve been through only makes me stronger. 120 00:10:14,788 --> 00:10:19,923 And I am 100% confident in my ability to manage here. 121 00:10:19,967 --> 00:10:21,577 Thanks for coming in today, Evan. 122 00:10:21,621 --> 00:10:24,275 Please. Look, I know what it looks like. 123 00:10:24,319 --> 00:10:27,061 But my illness isn'’t an issue you have to worry about. 124 00:10:27,104 --> 00:10:30,586 I promise you--Hey, we'’ll be in touch, okay? 125 00:10:34,721 --> 00:10:37,027 [sighs] No, you won'’t. 126 00:10:37,549 --> 00:10:38,550 Excuse me? 127 00:10:38,594 --> 00:10:41,379 I know the brush-off when I hear it. 128 00:10:41,423 --> 00:10:46,733 Mr. McCauley, you are clearly awesome at dealing with conflict. 129 00:10:46,776 --> 00:10:48,082 You have no idea. 130 00:10:48,125 --> 00:10:49,910 Thanks for coming in. 131 00:10:49,953 --> 00:10:53,609 But you'’re right. I don'’t think I will need to be calling you. 132 00:10:54,741 --> 00:10:56,090 You think you know my story 133 00:10:56,133 --> 00:10:57,526 because you ran a background check 134 00:10:57,569 --> 00:10:59,571 and made a couple of phone calls? 135 00:10:59,615 --> 00:11:03,271 I knew yours when I shook your well-moisturized hand. 136 00:11:03,793 --> 00:11:05,447 Thank you for your time. 137 00:11:06,056 --> 00:11:08,363 [Evan] I get it. I do. 138 00:11:08,406 --> 00:11:11,322 Who'’s going to hire a diagnosed schizophrenic with a history of violence, 139 00:11:11,366 --> 00:11:14,891 when there'’s a dozen candidates out there with sparkling clean records? 140 00:11:14,935 --> 00:11:19,722 But what'’s really on my mind is if I can'’t get a job, I can'’t pay rent this month. 141 00:11:19,766 --> 00:11:21,419 [ticking] 142 00:11:21,463 --> 00:11:24,466 I mean, dry-cleaning this suit wasn'’t exactly free. 143 00:11:26,816 --> 00:11:30,602 And more than that, I'’ve gotta get something together real quick, 144 00:11:30,646 --> 00:11:32,996 because these meds, they'’re running out. 145 00:11:33,040 --> 00:11:35,346 And once they do, shit gets real. 146 00:11:37,479 --> 00:11:40,003 [clanging] 147 00:11:56,411 --> 00:11:59,327 Are there things you just know how to do? 148 00:12:01,285 --> 00:12:03,723 Like, no one'’s ever showed you. 149 00:12:03,766 --> 00:12:07,727 Somehow each step in the process makes sense. 150 00:12:23,917 --> 00:12:25,701 Like you'’re remembering it. 151 00:12:26,833 --> 00:12:28,356 Not learning it. 152 00:12:45,677 --> 00:12:48,245 [man] For reals, you really made that shit yourself, man? 153 00:12:48,289 --> 00:12:50,465 Yep.Damn. 154 00:12:50,508 --> 00:12:53,511 Hey, yo, Ronny. Yo, Ronny. 155 00:12:53,947 --> 00:12:55,775 Evan, man.Hey. 156 00:12:57,124 --> 00:12:58,473 As requested. 157 00:12:58,516 --> 00:13:01,128 Kimotsuki-styled iron. Handcrafted. 158 00:13:01,171 --> 00:13:02,520 One of a kind. 159 00:13:03,739 --> 00:13:05,654 Oh, hell, yeah. 160 00:13:08,048 --> 00:13:10,833 Hattori Hanzo, yo? Ooh! 161 00:13:10,877 --> 00:13:12,226 [whistles]Damn. 162 00:13:12,269 --> 00:13:13,531 Goddamn.Nice. 163 00:13:13,575 --> 00:13:14,924 Get off me. 164 00:13:14,968 --> 00:13:17,535 Now, let'’s get this man paid. 165 00:13:18,188 --> 00:13:19,537 You get high off this shit? 166 00:13:19,581 --> 00:13:21,844 No. Clozapine. It'’s an antipsychotic. 167 00:13:21,888 --> 00:13:23,846 [chuckles] You get paid in pills? 168 00:13:23,890 --> 00:13:26,544 Evan here'’s on "Ronny-care."[all laughing] 169 00:13:26,588 --> 00:13:28,416 Yeah. Dr. Ronny. 170 00:13:28,459 --> 00:13:30,853 Why don'’t you, like, get them at Duane Reade? 171 00:13:30,897 --> 00:13:33,551 Because Evan don'’t wanna talk to shrinks every two weeks. Right? 172 00:13:33,595 --> 00:13:36,206 Yeah. Evan can'’t afford 400 bucks a month on a scrip. 173 00:13:36,250 --> 00:13:38,426 Yo. Wikipedia. 174 00:13:38,469 --> 00:13:42,212 What'’s the capital of "Brakina Fatso"?[Ronny] Yeah. 175 00:13:42,256 --> 00:13:46,086 It'’s pronounced "Burkina Faso." Ouagadougou. Could I have my pills, please? 176 00:13:46,129 --> 00:13:48,175 [all laughing] 177 00:13:48,218 --> 00:13:50,830 Shit, man. Forgot my count, man. 178 00:13:50,873 --> 00:13:52,440 You made that up. 179 00:13:54,746 --> 00:13:56,444 Damn, man! 180 00:13:57,227 --> 00:13:59,012 [laughing]Nah. 181 00:13:59,055 --> 00:14:02,842 Homeboy knows everything. He a freak. 182 00:14:03,451 --> 00:14:05,192 How do you know so much? 183 00:14:05,235 --> 00:14:08,586 Honestly, I wish I knew. Makes me nuts. 184 00:14:08,630 --> 00:14:10,632 Could I have my pills, please. 185 00:14:13,940 --> 00:14:18,422 Dang, girl. You eyeballin'’ my boy like he a steak dinner. 186 00:14:19,380 --> 00:14:23,210 [man] Yo, yo. What'’s gunpowder made of? 187 00:14:23,253 --> 00:14:26,909 74% potassium nitrate, 13% charcoal. 188 00:14:26,953 --> 00:14:30,086 Okay.Damn. Impressive, man. 189 00:14:30,130 --> 00:14:32,480 [laughs] 190 00:14:33,829 --> 00:14:35,657 I said eyes on me. 191 00:14:36,049 --> 00:14:37,659 Come on, Ronny. 192 00:14:37,702 --> 00:14:40,357 There you go, man. Sixty packages. 193 00:14:41,097 --> 00:14:42,359 That'’s only 55. 194 00:14:43,143 --> 00:14:44,448 For real? 195 00:14:45,710 --> 00:14:46,624 Close enough. 196 00:14:46,668 --> 00:14:49,149 The hell it is. I live on those. 197 00:14:50,237 --> 00:14:51,934 Sixty. Hey. 198 00:14:51,978 --> 00:14:53,240 [grunts]Hey. 199 00:14:53,283 --> 00:14:55,895 You want the real thing, right? That is it. 200 00:14:55,938 --> 00:14:58,941 That'’s folded over 70 times. Carbon-treated steel. 201 00:14:58,985 --> 00:15:00,769 Take your damn hands off me. 202 00:15:00,812 --> 00:15:03,467 [cocks gun]You better tell your boy to learn how to count. 203 00:15:03,511 --> 00:15:05,121 The deal is for 60 bags. 204 00:15:05,165 --> 00:15:08,342 Yeah? Well, that'’s all we got. 205 00:15:08,385 --> 00:15:11,823 You don'’t like it, you can go back to Bellevue. 206 00:15:13,216 --> 00:15:15,001 Get the gat on homeboy. 207 00:15:15,958 --> 00:15:18,395 [cocks gun]I wanna test this shit out. 208 00:15:22,356 --> 00:15:25,620 Yo, what'’s gunpowder made of? 209 00:15:25,663 --> 00:15:26,926 [Ronny] Hold out your arm. 210 00:15:26,969 --> 00:15:28,492 Showtime. 211 00:15:30,886 --> 00:15:32,583 Hold out your arm. 212 00:15:35,760 --> 00:15:37,153 Get up. 213 00:15:37,197 --> 00:15:40,678 Put your arm there, huh? It'’s the neck or arm, baby. 214 00:15:40,722 --> 00:15:42,811 You choose. 215 00:15:43,768 --> 00:15:45,292 Hey, Ronny. That'’s not a toy, bro. 216 00:15:45,335 --> 00:15:46,728 Mind your business, Evan. 217 00:15:46,771 --> 00:15:48,730 Come on, Ronny. This ain'’t funny. 218 00:15:56,520 --> 00:15:59,262 [grunts] Oh, God! My fingers! 219 00:16:00,350 --> 00:16:01,656 [Shawna whimpers][groans] 220 00:16:01,699 --> 00:16:03,005 I think it works, huh, Ronny? 221 00:16:03,049 --> 00:16:05,094 Cut my goddamn fingers off, man! 222 00:16:05,138 --> 00:16:08,924 You'’ll be all right. Hey, sweetheart, why don'’t you head on home now. 223 00:16:08,968 --> 00:16:10,708 [Ronny] You'’re trippin', bro. 224 00:16:10,752 --> 00:16:13,102 You are done, homey. You'’re a dead fool. 225 00:16:13,146 --> 00:16:15,583 I don'’t know, Ronny. You'’re talking to a guy 226 00:16:15,626 --> 00:16:17,802 who buys antipsychotic medication from you. 227 00:16:17,846 --> 00:16:20,849 I'’m feeling a little unbalanced right now. 228 00:16:20,892 --> 00:16:24,200 Maybe the best way to get the voices in my head to stop talking 229 00:16:24,244 --> 00:16:25,680 is to cut yours off. 230 00:16:25,723 --> 00:16:27,551 Do you think it would help? 231 00:16:28,552 --> 00:16:31,599 No. Don'’t fight. Don'’t shoot. It'’s cool. 232 00:16:31,642 --> 00:16:33,470 We'’re cool, man. We'’re cool. All right? 233 00:16:33,514 --> 00:16:37,126 Hey, dickhead. Grab my pills. Now. 234 00:16:37,170 --> 00:16:38,562 There you go. 235 00:16:38,606 --> 00:16:40,521 [Ronny] You'’re crazy, man. 236 00:16:40,564 --> 00:16:43,785 If I was crazy, I'’d have chopped you up in little pieces a long time ago. 237 00:16:43,828 --> 00:16:45,091 Give me my pills. 238 00:16:46,048 --> 00:16:48,877 Now, you listen to me, Ronny. I'’m not crazy, okay? 239 00:16:48,920 --> 00:16:52,011 Mm-hmm.I'’m just misunderstood. All right? 240 00:16:57,451 --> 00:16:58,800 [gunshot] 241 00:17:10,072 --> 00:17:13,467 [car alarm blaring] 242 00:17:14,729 --> 00:17:18,950 [police sirens wailing] 243 00:17:45,586 --> 00:17:47,457 Help!Leona! 244 00:17:51,026 --> 00:17:53,115 [grunting]Oh! 245 00:17:53,159 --> 00:17:54,551 [gasps] 246 00:18:17,096 --> 00:18:19,620 [sirens wailing] 247 00:18:21,839 --> 00:18:26,540 NYPD picked up an Evan McCauley. Drug deal gone south. 248 00:18:27,454 --> 00:18:29,760 Cops found a sword on him. 249 00:18:30,500 --> 00:18:32,546 Blade was made with a process 250 00:18:32,589 --> 00:18:35,984 hasn'’t been used since, uh, Edo Japan. 251 00:18:36,027 --> 00:18:38,160 [woman] So? 252 00:18:38,204 --> 00:18:40,684 He claims he forged it himself. 253 00:18:40,728 --> 00:18:43,165 Another broker-turned-hipster blacksmith. 254 00:18:43,209 --> 00:18:46,386 Oh, ye of little faith. Are you seeing this, Nora? 255 00:18:47,213 --> 00:18:50,346 Treadway?Precisely. 256 00:18:50,390 --> 00:18:53,871 If we know, Bathurst knows. 257 00:18:53,915 --> 00:18:55,960 Be careful. 258 00:18:56,004 --> 00:18:57,658 Thanks, Mom. 259 00:19:07,015 --> 00:19:08,103 [door opens] 260 00:19:19,810 --> 00:19:21,508 Tell us when you'’re done, sir. 261 00:19:21,551 --> 00:19:23,597 [Evan] Can I get my phone call? 262 00:19:24,598 --> 00:19:27,166 Supposed to get a phone call. 263 00:19:31,605 --> 00:19:33,172 [chuckles] 264 00:19:39,961 --> 00:19:43,965 You'’re dressed way too nice to be an NYPD detective, so... 265 00:19:45,271 --> 00:19:46,707 must be a doctor. 266 00:19:48,665 --> 00:19:50,145 Not a thing? 267 00:19:51,277 --> 00:19:53,627 No recognition at all? 268 00:19:56,020 --> 00:19:58,588 I think I should feel hurt. [chuckles] 269 00:20:00,721 --> 00:20:04,594 Do you remember... Syracuse? 270 00:20:04,638 --> 00:20:06,422 Syracuse. 271 00:20:06,466 --> 00:20:07,815 The siege. 272 00:20:08,816 --> 00:20:10,818 Second Punic War. 273 00:20:12,298 --> 00:20:13,777 Where we first met. 274 00:20:13,821 --> 00:20:16,954 Well, not quite the thrill ride of the First Punic War, 275 00:20:16,998 --> 00:20:19,218 but, hey, sequels are tough, huh? 276 00:20:20,088 --> 00:20:21,307 You disappoint me. 277 00:20:21,350 --> 00:20:23,439 Well, join the club. 278 00:20:23,483 --> 00:20:25,136 I notice... 279 00:20:26,660 --> 00:20:28,139 you didn'’t sign it. 280 00:20:31,665 --> 00:20:33,188 [laughs] Then again... 281 00:20:34,755 --> 00:20:37,061 craftsmanship like this... 282 00:20:38,367 --> 00:20:41,370 you didn'’t need to, did you? 283 00:20:41,414 --> 00:20:44,243 I made a sword. Is that a crime? 284 00:20:45,679 --> 00:20:48,116 [sword hits table]Evan McCauley. 285 00:20:48,856 --> 00:20:52,207 Diagnosed with schizophrenia at 14... 286 00:20:52,990 --> 00:20:56,037 after carving the words "Look inside" 287 00:20:56,080 --> 00:20:59,258 into your chest with a box cutter. 288 00:20:59,997 --> 00:21:03,479 Electroshock proved unhelpful. 289 00:21:03,523 --> 00:21:05,220 But these... 290 00:21:06,352 --> 00:21:08,049 are not bad, eh? 291 00:21:12,880 --> 00:21:15,535 Doctor, can I--Please. Go ahead. 292 00:21:18,277 --> 00:21:22,629 At 16, attempted suicide via car crash, 293 00:21:22,672 --> 00:21:26,023 necessitating the steel plate in your skull. 294 00:21:26,067 --> 00:21:28,939 Spent the rest of your early life 295 00:21:28,983 --> 00:21:33,204 bouncing around between psych hospitals and foster homes. 296 00:21:33,248 --> 00:21:35,337 Well, I only cut a couple of his fingers off. 297 00:21:35,381 --> 00:21:38,645 I don'’t think I'm gonna need to plead insanity on this one, am I, Doctor? 298 00:21:38,688 --> 00:21:39,994 I'’m curious. 299 00:21:41,256 --> 00:21:42,779 "Look inside." 300 00:21:44,564 --> 00:21:46,870 Why those words?Why not? 301 00:22:12,418 --> 00:22:16,335 Which one of these... is yours? 302 00:22:17,379 --> 00:22:20,382 You can skip the-- whatever the hell this is 303 00:22:20,426 --> 00:22:23,254 because none of that is mine. 304 00:22:26,301 --> 00:22:28,782 You'’re not supposed to have that in here. 305 00:22:36,920 --> 00:22:38,357 What'’s going on here? 306 00:22:39,140 --> 00:22:40,359 Hey, Officer. 307 00:22:58,159 --> 00:23:01,641 Hey, what the hell is going on here? 308 00:23:07,429 --> 00:23:08,822 Pick it up. 309 00:23:09,475 --> 00:23:10,693 What? 310 00:23:11,738 --> 00:23:13,087 Pick it up. 311 00:23:18,788 --> 00:23:20,137 Paris. 312 00:23:20,181 --> 00:23:21,965 1794. 313 00:23:22,836 --> 00:23:25,012 The last meal of the Comte d'’Anjou. 314 00:23:29,669 --> 00:23:30,974 A Bordeaux. 315 00:23:31,714 --> 00:23:34,151 Not a bad choice for a last meal. 316 00:23:35,283 --> 00:23:36,415 Was it yours? 317 00:23:38,373 --> 00:23:41,376 I wish I knew what you were talking about, but I don'’t know what to tell-- 318 00:23:41,420 --> 00:23:42,638 Jesus! 319 00:23:42,682 --> 00:23:45,075 Every time you say, "I don'’t know," 320 00:23:45,685 --> 00:23:48,252 this trigger gets pulled. 321 00:23:52,822 --> 00:23:54,650 Is it yours?I don'’t know-- 322 00:23:54,694 --> 00:23:56,522 Are you out of your mind? 323 00:23:56,565 --> 00:23:58,872 We'’re in a police station! Hello! Officer!The room is soundproof! 324 00:23:58,915 --> 00:24:04,399 They won'’t even hear it when I put 250 grams of lead through the back of your skull. 325 00:24:10,536 --> 00:24:13,147 Is it yours?Yes. Okay, yes, it'’s mine. 326 00:24:13,190 --> 00:24:14,496 Are you happy?[trigger clicks] 327 00:24:14,540 --> 00:24:15,715 Jesus! 328 00:24:17,586 --> 00:24:20,023 Lying... won'’t help. 329 00:24:20,067 --> 00:24:25,289 Look. I'’m just a guy who was at the wrong place at the wrong time. That'’s all. 330 00:24:25,333 --> 00:24:26,943 Last chance, Evan. 331 00:24:28,510 --> 00:24:32,209 Is... it... yours? 332 00:24:35,822 --> 00:24:39,826 [hyperventilating] 333 00:24:46,920 --> 00:24:50,053 [yelling] 334 00:25:10,247 --> 00:25:12,554 [laughing] 335 00:25:12,598 --> 00:25:14,469 There'’s the Treadway I know! 336 00:25:14,513 --> 00:25:15,514 [clicks] 337 00:25:23,260 --> 00:25:26,263 Little trick I learned from you. 338 00:25:29,745 --> 00:25:31,530 Hello, old friend. 339 00:25:31,573 --> 00:25:33,314 [engine revving] 340 00:25:53,639 --> 00:25:55,031 Whoa! 341 00:25:58,687 --> 00:26:00,123 Get in! 342 00:26:13,397 --> 00:26:14,921 Hold on.Shit! 343 00:26:21,841 --> 00:26:23,364 [shouting] 344 00:26:23,407 --> 00:26:24,974 [grunts] 345 00:26:34,157 --> 00:26:35,332 Go! Turn! Turn! 346 00:26:48,694 --> 00:26:49,869 Oh, shit! 347 00:26:52,611 --> 00:26:54,351 Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! 348 00:26:55,831 --> 00:26:56,963 Go! Go! 349 00:27:01,881 --> 00:27:04,013 Inside![shouting] 350 00:27:04,057 --> 00:27:06,581 Hold tight.Oh, sh... 351 00:27:10,541 --> 00:27:12,065 [grunts] 352 00:27:16,809 --> 00:27:18,506 [officer] Cover! 353 00:27:20,203 --> 00:27:22,379 What are you waiting for? Come on, let'’s go! 354 00:27:22,423 --> 00:27:24,294 Go the other way!Take the wheel. 355 00:27:24,338 --> 00:27:26,166 What?[policeman] Get out of the car! 356 00:27:26,209 --> 00:27:29,386 Yeah, sure. Retractable steering wheel. No problem. That'’s normal. 357 00:27:32,302 --> 00:27:35,044 Reverse.Shoot that son of a bitch. 358 00:27:39,832 --> 00:27:42,878 [clamoring]Move! Clear the street! 359 00:27:42,922 --> 00:27:44,924 Shoot the driver! 360 00:27:49,624 --> 00:27:51,104 Jesus Christ! 361 00:27:54,977 --> 00:27:56,936 [policeman] Who are they? 362 00:28:01,288 --> 00:28:02,506 Relax, it'’s bulletproof. 363 00:28:06,075 --> 00:28:07,642 180 now! 364 00:28:24,790 --> 00:28:25,965 Don'’t stop. 365 00:28:33,146 --> 00:28:34,713 [man yelling] 366 00:28:35,757 --> 00:28:37,716 [men screaming] 367 00:28:53,340 --> 00:28:55,472 [policemen yelling] 368 00:29:00,695 --> 00:29:02,001 [grunts] 369 00:29:10,618 --> 00:29:12,272 Can I ask you a question?Yeah, sure. 370 00:29:12,315 --> 00:29:13,708 Who the hell are you? 371 00:29:13,752 --> 00:29:15,188 I'’m Nora Brightman. 372 00:29:15,231 --> 00:29:17,668 Okay. But who was that dude back there? 373 00:29:17,712 --> 00:29:20,062 Bathurst. You didn'’t recognize him? 374 00:29:20,106 --> 00:29:22,282 No, I didn'’t. But clearly you did. 375 00:29:22,325 --> 00:29:24,240 Well, you'’ve known him a long time. 376 00:29:24,284 --> 00:29:27,330 I'’ve never seen that man before in my life. Him, I think I'’d remember. 377 00:29:27,374 --> 00:29:29,419 Well, not in this life, maybe. 378 00:29:29,463 --> 00:29:31,639 Oh, no. Maybe I bumped into him during the Second Punic War? 379 00:29:31,682 --> 00:29:33,989 Or maybe it was the French Revolution. I'’m bad with dates. 380 00:29:34,033 --> 00:29:37,253 You remember that?No. I don'’t remember the French Revolution. 381 00:29:37,297 --> 00:29:39,908 I figured it out. I see now. I get it. 382 00:29:39,952 --> 00:29:42,215 You do?None of this is real. 383 00:29:42,258 --> 00:29:44,086 It'’s a psychotic break. 384 00:29:44,130 --> 00:29:46,654 I'’m gonna wake up in a hospital somewhere, drooling all over myself, 385 00:29:46,697 --> 00:29:48,787 strung out on lithium.Is that easier to believe 386 00:29:48,830 --> 00:29:50,963 than the idea that maybe destiny has something more in store for you? 387 00:29:51,006 --> 00:29:54,488 Destiny? Where I come from, we got bills to pay, rent to make. 388 00:29:54,531 --> 00:29:57,447 Nobody'’s got time for destiny.That'’s a shame. 389 00:30:12,898 --> 00:30:15,465 I know you'’ve been looking for answers, Evan. 390 00:30:15,509 --> 00:30:17,816 But you'’re not crazy. You never have been. 391 00:30:17,859 --> 00:30:20,775 No, I'’m not crazy. I'’m just delusional. 392 00:30:20,819 --> 00:30:23,256 Do you ever find yourself drawn to places you'’ve never been? 393 00:30:23,299 --> 00:30:26,302 Do you ever see a picture of a place and just know you'’ve been there? 394 00:30:26,346 --> 00:30:27,608 Do you know things you shouldn'’t? 395 00:30:27,651 --> 00:30:29,740 Do you pick up things fast, almost as if 396 00:30:29,784 --> 00:30:32,526 you'’re remembering skills, not learning them? 397 00:30:32,569 --> 00:30:34,571 I'’ve told a dozen therapists this. 398 00:30:34,615 --> 00:30:37,096 I'’ve been analyzed every way possible, a hundred times over. 399 00:30:37,139 --> 00:30:38,532 It doesn'’t mean anything. 400 00:30:38,575 --> 00:30:40,882 Do you dream in other languages? 401 00:30:40,926 --> 00:30:44,146 [speaks Russian, Japanese] 402 00:30:44,190 --> 00:30:47,410 That'’s what schizophrenia is. Different people, same head. 403 00:30:47,454 --> 00:30:50,936 What if it were the same person, different lives? 404 00:30:50,979 --> 00:30:53,895 You'’re talking about reincarnation.Yeah. 405 00:30:53,939 --> 00:30:56,593 You can forge a sword because you were a blacksmith. 406 00:30:56,637 --> 00:30:59,596 You speak Russian because you were Russian. 407 00:30:59,640 --> 00:31:01,337 Look, I hate to break it to you. 408 00:31:01,381 --> 00:31:04,427 It'’s a comforting idea, souls moving from one body to the next. 409 00:31:04,471 --> 00:31:08,344 But it'’s basically just a spiritual equivalent of "better luck next time." Okay? 410 00:31:08,388 --> 00:31:10,085 Nothing more and nothing less. 411 00:31:10,129 --> 00:31:13,088 Feel safe warm and inside all that cynicism?I do, actually. 412 00:31:13,132 --> 00:31:15,525 And how'’s that working out for you?In the grand scheme of things? 413 00:31:15,569 --> 00:31:17,440 Like big-picture shit? Not so great. 414 00:31:17,484 --> 00:31:19,573 But I'’m good. I'm surviving. 415 00:31:20,922 --> 00:31:25,187 The visions you'’ve had your entire life, Evan, aren'’t hallucinations. 416 00:31:25,231 --> 00:31:26,667 They'’re memories. 417 00:31:27,668 --> 00:31:30,323 So, you'’re saying that a hundred doctors were wrong? 418 00:31:30,366 --> 00:31:35,284 Fifty medications didn'’t work because I'’m really a reincarnated Russian blacksmith? 419 00:31:35,806 --> 00:31:37,156 This is real. 420 00:31:37,983 --> 00:31:39,941 I'’m real. 421 00:31:39,985 --> 00:31:43,466 Oh, yeah? This is no version of reincarnation I'’ve ever heard of. 422 00:31:43,510 --> 00:31:44,903 Buddhist, Hindu, Sikh. 423 00:31:44,946 --> 00:31:47,688 They believe each life begins with a clean slate. 424 00:31:47,731 --> 00:31:50,734 The answers you'’ve been looking for all your life... 425 00:31:51,735 --> 00:31:54,825 all you gotta do is get on that plane. 426 00:31:57,437 --> 00:32:00,309 You know what I'’m really asking myself right now is? 427 00:32:00,353 --> 00:32:03,791 What if the craziest thing I'’ve ever heard-- and this is some crazy shit-- 428 00:32:03,834 --> 00:32:06,576 is actually the first thing that'’s ever made any goddamn sense? 429 00:32:09,188 --> 00:32:13,496 I don'’t gotta go feed the cat, so... let'’s go. 430 00:32:33,212 --> 00:32:36,911 [speaking Italian] 431 00:32:40,741 --> 00:32:41,960 Go on. 432 00:32:43,744 --> 00:32:48,575 [speaking, gurgling, choking] 433 00:32:51,665 --> 00:32:54,407 [speaking, gurgling, choking continue] 434 00:33:00,065 --> 00:33:03,459 [gasping] 435 00:33:03,503 --> 00:33:05,984 [woman] They left from a private airport. 436 00:33:06,027 --> 00:33:07,898 It was an unlisted flight. 437 00:33:09,596 --> 00:33:10,945 She was there fast. 438 00:33:12,425 --> 00:33:14,340 Too fast. 439 00:33:14,383 --> 00:33:18,083 The sword hadn'’t been in the system for more than a few hours. 440 00:33:18,126 --> 00:33:20,781 Then they have a base here in New York.I want it found. 441 00:33:20,824 --> 00:33:24,263 It will lead us to Evan McCauley. 442 00:33:24,306 --> 00:33:26,265 He will lead us to the Egg. 443 00:33:26,308 --> 00:33:27,962 Again. 444 00:33:29,094 --> 00:33:31,574 [speaking Latin] 445 00:33:32,706 --> 00:33:36,971 [continues speaking in Latin] 446 00:33:40,627 --> 00:33:42,629 [shouting, choking] 447 00:33:48,374 --> 00:33:50,593 [Nora] We call ourselves the Infinite. 448 00:33:50,637 --> 00:33:53,161 Less than 500 souls from across the globe, 449 00:33:53,205 --> 00:33:57,470 all born with the ability to remember all our past lives 450 00:33:57,513 --> 00:34:00,342 and the skills we'’ve learned in each of them. 451 00:34:00,386 --> 00:34:02,127 There are two groups within the Infinites: 452 00:34:02,170 --> 00:34:07,088 Bathurst and the Nihilists, who just want the world to end, 453 00:34:07,132 --> 00:34:09,612 and us... the Believers. 454 00:34:10,222 --> 00:34:11,962 And what is it that we believe? 455 00:34:12,006 --> 00:34:15,662 We believe that our gift is a responsibility. 456 00:34:15,705 --> 00:34:18,447 That it'’s up to us to leave humanity 457 00:34:18,491 --> 00:34:21,320 better off than we found it.Yeah. 458 00:34:22,451 --> 00:34:24,540 I think I'’m gonna need these. 459 00:34:57,312 --> 00:34:59,793 Hey.Hey. 460 00:34:59,836 --> 00:35:00,924 Thanks. 461 00:35:02,883 --> 00:35:05,190 Wow. It'’s a long way from Arthur Avenue. 462 00:35:05,233 --> 00:35:06,495 [chuckles] 463 00:35:07,279 --> 00:35:08,802 It always blows my mind. 464 00:35:09,716 --> 00:35:11,935 We call it the Hub. 465 00:35:16,592 --> 00:35:19,726 This is the place where you'’re gonna get your memories back, Evan. 466 00:35:22,207 --> 00:35:23,686 We'’ll be landing soon. 467 00:35:39,006 --> 00:35:43,141 Recognize anything?I'’m pretty sure I'’d remember this. 468 00:35:43,184 --> 00:35:45,752 It used to be dedicated to scientific research. 469 00:35:45,795 --> 00:35:48,058 Anthropology and linguistics. 470 00:35:48,102 --> 00:35:50,235 All of us using what we'’ve learned. 471 00:35:50,278 --> 00:35:53,629 Life after life for the advancement of mankind. 472 00:35:53,673 --> 00:35:55,109 And what is it now? 473 00:35:56,066 --> 00:35:59,113 Headquarters for the losing side in the war. 474 00:36:00,375 --> 00:36:03,552 [shouting, grunting] 475 00:36:03,596 --> 00:36:06,033 Bathurst is the master of combat. 476 00:36:06,076 --> 00:36:07,556 Hundreds of lifetimes. 477 00:36:15,956 --> 00:36:18,132 You must be prepared for everything. 478 00:36:26,532 --> 00:36:28,577 He'’s the apex predator in our world. 479 00:36:31,493 --> 00:36:32,973 Again. 480 00:36:38,587 --> 00:36:40,763 [speaking Japanese] 481 00:36:41,677 --> 00:36:43,201 Why are they bowing? 482 00:36:43,244 --> 00:36:45,768 They'’re hoping you'’re Heinrich Treadway. 483 00:36:45,812 --> 00:36:47,944 [instructor] Again!Reincarnated. 484 00:36:47,988 --> 00:36:49,729 "Heinrich"? 485 00:36:49,772 --> 00:36:52,079 It was a popular name in the '’50s. 486 00:36:52,122 --> 00:36:53,602 In the '’50s. 487 00:36:53,646 --> 00:36:57,040 Great for rock '’n' roll, but lousy for names, I guess. 488 00:36:57,084 --> 00:36:59,260 The 1750s. 489 00:36:59,304 --> 00:37:00,827 [instructor grunts] 490 00:37:02,176 --> 00:37:04,831 What do I know that you need so bad? 491 00:37:04,874 --> 00:37:07,834 That'’s why you're here-- to find out. 492 00:37:08,704 --> 00:37:12,534 [grunting continues] 493 00:37:30,987 --> 00:37:34,991 This is Treadway'’s room.Are you asking me or telling me? 494 00:37:35,035 --> 00:37:38,343 I must'’ve really screwed up on my last incarnation. 495 00:37:38,386 --> 00:37:39,909 Why would you say that? 496 00:37:40,693 --> 00:37:42,999 Have you seen where I live in this life? 497 00:37:48,962 --> 00:37:51,921 That'’s Treadway's Himalaya diary. 498 00:37:55,708 --> 00:37:57,579 That was me. 499 00:37:58,406 --> 00:38:00,147 When I was Leona Warrick. 500 00:38:01,453 --> 00:38:03,977 And that was Treadway. 501 00:38:05,065 --> 00:38:06,806 [Leona screams] 502 00:38:06,849 --> 00:38:08,895 [gasping][grunts] 503 00:38:08,938 --> 00:38:10,288 [gasps] 504 00:38:11,593 --> 00:38:13,639 Two days after that picture was taken, 505 00:38:13,682 --> 00:38:15,554 Treadway saved my life. 506 00:38:16,685 --> 00:38:19,601 There'’s a reason you picked that book. 507 00:38:20,385 --> 00:38:22,909 All this tells me is what he did. 508 00:38:22,952 --> 00:38:24,954 None of it tells me who he was. 509 00:38:24,998 --> 00:38:27,914 Here we can study anything and everything. 510 00:38:27,957 --> 00:38:31,396 Space, time, scale. It'’s all relevant. 511 00:38:32,135 --> 00:38:34,224 That doesn'’t seem like much. 512 00:38:34,268 --> 00:38:36,531 [woman] Welcome to my virtual sandbox. 513 00:38:36,575 --> 00:38:38,403 Name'’s Garrick.Hi. 514 00:38:38,446 --> 00:38:40,883 Garrick is our head of technology and research. 515 00:38:40,927 --> 00:38:42,972 He doesn'’t look like much. 516 00:38:43,756 --> 00:38:45,845 Goddamn, it'’s good to see you again. 517 00:38:45,888 --> 00:38:48,369 It'’s nice to meet you too. 518 00:38:48,413 --> 00:38:52,155 Don'’t worry. All this shit, it just gets weirder. 519 00:38:52,199 --> 00:38:53,505 Okay. 520 00:38:53,548 --> 00:38:54,984 Now let'’s get started. 521 00:38:55,028 --> 00:38:56,072 Follow me. 522 00:38:59,511 --> 00:39:01,295 Stand there for me, please. 523 00:39:01,991 --> 00:39:03,036 Okay. 524 00:39:10,260 --> 00:39:12,219 [hologram powers up] 525 00:39:19,835 --> 00:39:22,011 That'’s the guy from the police station. 526 00:39:22,055 --> 00:39:25,275 [Garrick] Bathurst. He and Treadway were once friends. 527 00:39:25,928 --> 00:39:27,713 A dozen lifetimes. Wars, peace. 528 00:39:27,756 --> 00:39:31,369 They stood together at some of the greatest moments in human history. 529 00:39:32,370 --> 00:39:34,067 Then Bathurst lost faith. 530 00:39:34,110 --> 00:39:38,114 For the last 300 years, he'’s been looking for a way out. 531 00:39:38,158 --> 00:39:40,900 He needed a way to stop reincarnating. 532 00:39:40,943 --> 00:39:42,771 He wants it all to end. 533 00:39:42,815 --> 00:39:45,252 [Garrick] That'’s why he made this. 534 00:40:15,413 --> 00:40:19,982 [Garrick] The Egg, designed to kill every living thing on earth. 535 00:40:20,679 --> 00:40:23,159 [Evan] That seems a little drastic. 536 00:40:23,203 --> 00:40:25,248 [Nora] If there'’s nothing left alive, 537 00:40:25,292 --> 00:40:28,251 there'’s nothing left to reincarnate into. 538 00:40:30,471 --> 00:40:34,823 [Garrick] It attacks life at the source-- DNA-- 539 00:40:34,867 --> 00:40:37,478 unwinding the very fabric of existence. 540 00:40:37,522 --> 00:40:41,569 Every plant, every animal every person. 541 00:40:41,613 --> 00:40:42,657 Mama! 542 00:40:42,701 --> 00:40:44,485 [woman] Jordan! 543 00:40:44,529 --> 00:40:47,488 [people yelling, screaming] 544 00:40:47,532 --> 00:40:49,011 I'’m coming! 545 00:40:54,408 --> 00:40:55,627 [screams] 546 00:40:55,670 --> 00:40:57,411 [Nora] Like unplugging a computer 547 00:40:57,455 --> 00:40:59,195 when a program freezes. 548 00:40:59,239 --> 00:41:00,980 [Garrick] Only when he pulls this plug, 549 00:41:01,023 --> 00:41:03,461 seven billion people will go with him. 550 00:41:04,984 --> 00:41:07,769 Everything it kills accelerates the process. 551 00:41:12,121 --> 00:41:15,864 God! Holy shit, that felt freakin'’ real! 552 00:41:15,908 --> 00:41:18,824 Without you, none of us would be here right now. 553 00:41:18,867 --> 00:41:20,173 What are you talking about? 554 00:41:20,216 --> 00:41:22,871 Last cycle, you raided Bathurst'’s lab, 555 00:41:22,915 --> 00:41:26,266 stole the Egg, killed his Einstein and everyone who helped build it, 556 00:41:26,309 --> 00:41:28,398 leaving him with no way to recreate it. 557 00:41:28,442 --> 00:41:31,924 You took the secret of the Egg'’s whereabouts to your grave. 558 00:41:31,967 --> 00:41:34,883 Bathurst spent this entire lifetime looking for it. 559 00:41:34,927 --> 00:41:38,408 And he'’s getting closer and closer to finding it every day. 560 00:41:38,452 --> 00:41:40,541 That'’s why he tracked you down in New York. 561 00:41:40,585 --> 00:41:43,196 So I get on the plane, you get all my memories back, 562 00:41:43,239 --> 00:41:45,285 and I save the whole entire world, right? That'’s it? 563 00:41:45,328 --> 00:41:46,765 That'’s pretty much basically it, right? 564 00:41:46,808 --> 00:41:48,680 Told you it was gonna get weird. 565 00:41:48,723 --> 00:41:50,159 So, what now? 566 00:41:50,595 --> 00:41:52,292 [phone rings] 567 00:41:53,598 --> 00:41:55,774 Tell me good news, Nora. 568 00:41:55,817 --> 00:41:59,908 [Bathurst] Bryan Porter. Treadway had a gift with steel, didn'’t he? 569 00:41:59,952 --> 00:42:04,522 Impeccable. Your friends in the NYPD were certainly impressed with it. 570 00:42:04,565 --> 00:42:08,787 Unfortunately, their encryption skills are less than impeccable. 571 00:42:09,657 --> 00:42:11,485 Led us right to you. 572 00:42:11,529 --> 00:42:15,097 [screaming] 573 00:42:15,968 --> 00:42:19,145 [groaning] 574 00:42:21,713 --> 00:42:25,238 You do know we have easier ways of doing things now, right? 575 00:42:25,847 --> 00:42:27,109 Newer... 576 00:42:27,893 --> 00:42:30,504 almost never means better. 577 00:42:39,513 --> 00:42:42,951 We'’re going to uncover Evan McCauley'’s location. 578 00:42:42,995 --> 00:42:45,301 We'’ll brute-force your encryption. 579 00:42:46,564 --> 00:42:50,306 But I'’d consider it... a courtesy... 580 00:42:51,351 --> 00:42:52,395 if you just... 581 00:42:53,788 --> 00:42:55,398 sped the process up. 582 00:42:58,314 --> 00:43:00,186 [chuckles] Tell us where he is. 583 00:43:01,622 --> 00:43:04,538 [groaning] 584 00:43:08,150 --> 00:43:10,544 [coughing] Okay. 585 00:43:11,893 --> 00:43:13,547 I know where he is. 586 00:43:14,635 --> 00:43:16,463 [coughing continues] 587 00:43:16,506 --> 00:43:17,595 Of course I do. 588 00:43:18,378 --> 00:43:22,121 I know exactly where he is. I just... 589 00:43:25,037 --> 00:43:26,865 I, um... 590 00:43:26,908 --> 00:43:30,999 I sometimes have difficulties... 591 00:43:31,043 --> 00:43:32,740 [whispering] with my memory. 592 00:43:32,784 --> 00:43:33,959 [whispers] Memory. 593 00:43:34,002 --> 00:43:35,656 [groans]I remember 594 00:43:35,700 --> 00:43:38,006 when you used to gather honey 595 00:43:38,050 --> 00:43:40,356 on the fields of Marathon. 596 00:43:40,400 --> 00:43:41,793 [groaning] 597 00:43:41,836 --> 00:43:46,406 Just another reminder of how nothing stays the same. 598 00:43:47,625 --> 00:43:49,191 [groans] 599 00:43:50,671 --> 00:43:51,890 [groaning] 600 00:43:56,329 --> 00:43:58,200 Would you care for some? 601 00:44:03,075 --> 00:44:05,555 You know what real torture is? 602 00:44:05,599 --> 00:44:06,992 Listening to you? 603 00:44:07,035 --> 00:44:12,127 [laughs] Real torture... isn'’t physical pain, 604 00:44:12,171 --> 00:44:14,956 but human stupidity. 605 00:44:15,000 --> 00:44:18,481 Being surrounded by it, engulfed in it. 606 00:44:18,525 --> 00:44:21,267 [groans]Lifetime after lifetime. 607 00:44:21,310 --> 00:44:25,140 [gurgling]People with their idiot grins! 608 00:44:25,184 --> 00:44:27,708 Their infuriating pleasantries! 609 00:44:27,752 --> 00:44:29,754 Their need for approval! 610 00:44:29,797 --> 00:44:33,627 Their unctuous attempts to be loved and validated! 611 00:44:33,671 --> 00:44:37,370 They are walking, talking obituaries... 612 00:44:37,413 --> 00:44:40,590 [groaning]...on the back page of a dying newspaper, 613 00:44:40,634 --> 00:44:44,551 at the bottom of a birdcage, in the corner of a filthy living room 614 00:44:44,594 --> 00:44:45,857 of a hoarder cat lady! 615 00:44:45,900 --> 00:44:48,555 And we are forced...You'’ll never understand... 616 00:44:48,598 --> 00:44:51,863 ...to live amongst them over......friendship, love. 617 00:44:51,906 --> 00:44:53,647 ...and over endlessly. 618 00:44:53,691 --> 00:44:56,041 That is the true...You still don'’t understand about faith! 619 00:44:56,084 --> 00:44:57,738 ...definition of torture. 620 00:44:57,782 --> 00:45:01,263 Faith! Blah, blah, blah! 621 00:45:01,307 --> 00:45:02,525 Faith! 622 00:45:03,613 --> 00:45:04,702 [whispers] Faith. 623 00:45:06,181 --> 00:45:08,749 I'’m tired of faith. 624 00:45:08,793 --> 00:45:12,492 God must show me his face. 625 00:45:25,897 --> 00:45:29,596 But thank you... for enlightening me. 626 00:45:31,903 --> 00:45:33,513 [Porter screams, faint] 627 00:45:47,005 --> 00:45:49,224 You kept his fucking body? 628 00:45:49,268 --> 00:45:50,704 Sexy son of a bitch, isn'’t he? 629 00:45:50,748 --> 00:45:52,662 No. He'’s a dead guy floating in water. 630 00:45:52,706 --> 00:45:54,621 That'’s pretty much my worst nightmare. 631 00:45:54,664 --> 00:45:57,537 Actually, it'’s a crotonic acid matrix. Keeps the cells alive. 632 00:45:57,580 --> 00:45:59,713 Oh. That makes it that much better. Thank you. 633 00:45:59,757 --> 00:46:03,064 We'’re trying to understand the science behind what we are. 634 00:46:05,414 --> 00:46:06,459 [beeps] 635 00:46:09,854 --> 00:46:14,336 [Nora] Treadway believed that humans are capable of so much more than we realized. 636 00:46:14,380 --> 00:46:17,383 [Evan] Is this what you'’re telling me? I'm not living up to my potential? 637 00:46:17,426 --> 00:46:19,428 I'’ve heard that speech before. 638 00:46:19,472 --> 00:46:23,781 [Garrick] Treadway pushed past boundaries others might call paranormal, superhuman. 639 00:46:23,824 --> 00:46:26,696 He can manipulate the energy of the world around him. 640 00:46:26,740 --> 00:46:28,394 [Evan] I don'’t even know what that means. 641 00:46:28,437 --> 00:46:30,309 [Garrick] What it means is you'’ll have skills 642 00:46:30,352 --> 00:46:33,007 beyond anything you'’ve ever imagined. 643 00:46:33,051 --> 00:46:35,357 Those abilities are very deep. 644 00:46:35,401 --> 00:46:37,446 Below the conscious level. 645 00:46:37,490 --> 00:46:40,928 [Evan] I'’m down. How do we get them back? 646 00:46:40,972 --> 00:46:42,582 [grunting] 647 00:46:42,625 --> 00:46:45,019 [Nora] Here, we retrain your memory. 648 00:46:45,063 --> 00:46:48,806 We combine the physical and the mental to develop new neural pathways. 649 00:46:57,292 --> 00:46:59,599 Memories are held in every organ... 650 00:47:00,426 --> 00:47:02,254 every cell in your body. 651 00:47:10,915 --> 00:47:14,832 Regression takes the kind of concentration it takes years to develop. 652 00:47:14,875 --> 00:47:16,398 This is a shortcut. 653 00:47:17,356 --> 00:47:20,794 We shock your mind into synching with the system. 654 00:47:29,020 --> 00:47:30,673 [grunting] 655 00:47:31,065 --> 00:47:32,284 [yells] 656 00:47:52,260 --> 00:47:57,483 [Garrick] It'’s working. I'’m seeing increased activity in all his memory centers. 657 00:48:04,969 --> 00:48:06,884 [yells] 658 00:48:30,081 --> 00:48:31,343 Hey! 659 00:48:39,742 --> 00:48:41,527 [groaning] 660 00:48:48,099 --> 00:48:50,884 [grunts]Come on. 661 00:48:52,364 --> 00:48:54,844 That'’s not Treadway.Really? 662 00:48:54,888 --> 00:48:56,281 He just beat you. 663 00:48:56,324 --> 00:48:58,544 Treadway would'’ve killed me. 664 00:49:00,024 --> 00:49:01,329 [groans] 665 00:49:05,377 --> 00:49:10,077 Wow. She wasn'’t kidding about being at war, huh? 666 00:49:10,121 --> 00:49:12,732 Improving the human condition. 667 00:49:12,775 --> 00:49:16,040 Sometimes you do it by painting a chapel ceiling. 668 00:49:16,083 --> 00:49:18,520 Yeah. And sometimes you drop them from a mile out. 669 00:49:18,564 --> 00:49:20,740 Don'’t touch that. 670 00:49:20,783 --> 00:49:22,394 Okay, okay. 671 00:49:25,701 --> 00:49:28,182 That'’s no gun I'’ve ever seen before. 672 00:49:28,226 --> 00:49:31,881 We'’re reverse-engineering Bathurst'’s Dethroner. 673 00:49:31,925 --> 00:49:36,277 A Dethroner? I mean, dude, who'’s coming up with these names? 674 00:49:36,321 --> 00:49:37,583 Look... 675 00:49:39,063 --> 00:49:41,152 you can'’t kill an Infinite. You kill the body, but... 676 00:49:41,195 --> 00:49:44,242 And they get reincarnated?Yeah. 677 00:49:45,243 --> 00:49:48,637 This implants in your head 678 00:49:48,681 --> 00:49:51,423 and pulls out your consciousness... 679 00:49:52,554 --> 00:49:55,427 your soul, and onto a digital chip. 680 00:49:55,470 --> 00:49:57,995 Your soul gets stuck on a disk and breaks the cycle. 681 00:49:59,822 --> 00:50:02,956 Over 200 of our brothers and sisters are lost 682 00:50:03,000 --> 00:50:05,045 in that digital purgatory. 683 00:50:05,959 --> 00:50:08,570 [exhales] You come face to face with this, 684 00:50:08,614 --> 00:50:12,922 my advice-- find a way to die the old-fashioned way. 685 00:50:16,361 --> 00:50:18,015 [knocking]Come in. 686 00:50:22,323 --> 00:50:24,064 Okay if I look around? 687 00:50:24,108 --> 00:50:25,935 Be my guest. 688 00:50:45,303 --> 00:50:47,522 These are all you, aren'’t they? 689 00:50:48,480 --> 00:50:50,656 They'’re people I once was. 690 00:50:52,005 --> 00:50:53,398 All of them. 691 00:50:56,096 --> 00:50:57,489 Wow. 692 00:50:57,532 --> 00:51:00,057 That'’s cool. You look happy. 693 00:51:01,406 --> 00:51:03,016 I was. 694 00:51:04,148 --> 00:51:05,671 Who'’s that guy? 695 00:51:05,714 --> 00:51:08,543 In that picture, he was Abel. 696 00:51:09,457 --> 00:51:14,245 Before then, other names, other faces. 697 00:51:14,288 --> 00:51:15,942 But the soul... 698 00:51:16,682 --> 00:51:18,771 the soul was always him. 699 00:51:18,814 --> 00:51:21,904 So, what? You loved each other through multiple lives? 700 00:51:22,644 --> 00:51:24,820 These are all the same place. 701 00:51:24,864 --> 00:51:28,085 Angkor Wat. What we call the Beginning. 702 00:51:29,956 --> 00:51:33,177 I'’ll find you in the Beginning. 703 00:51:33,220 --> 00:51:34,700 [Abel] I love you. 704 00:51:34,743 --> 00:51:38,225 When each of us would find ourselves in a new life, 705 00:51:38,269 --> 00:51:39,879 this is where Abel and I would go. 706 00:51:39,922 --> 00:51:42,577 You'’re reincarnated. How would you know where to go? 707 00:51:43,491 --> 00:51:47,365 Most of us have a reawakening that begins young. 708 00:51:47,408 --> 00:51:49,976 Starts with small things, memories, 709 00:51:50,019 --> 00:51:52,544 feelings about a place, dreams. 710 00:51:53,197 --> 00:51:54,763 By puberty, 711 00:51:54,807 --> 00:51:56,852 most Infinites have full recall. 712 00:51:56,896 --> 00:52:01,030 [scoffs] Right around the time they diagnosed me schizophrenic. 713 00:52:02,119 --> 00:52:04,512 So what happened if you died young and got separated? 714 00:52:04,556 --> 00:52:06,384 For an Infinite... 715 00:52:07,472 --> 00:52:09,648 death isn'’t the end, it'’s like... 716 00:52:10,257 --> 00:52:12,564 turning the page in a book. 717 00:52:12,607 --> 00:52:15,567 Next chapter, same story. 718 00:52:16,394 --> 00:52:18,047 That'’s crazy. 719 00:52:18,091 --> 00:52:21,486 New lives, new bodies, always meeting back at the same place. 720 00:52:24,228 --> 00:52:25,403 He was Dethroned. 721 00:52:27,970 --> 00:52:30,495 He'’s trapped on a computer somewhere. 722 00:52:31,365 --> 00:52:35,108 My last life, I got my memories back... 723 00:52:36,588 --> 00:52:38,546 and realized he was gone. 724 00:52:46,467 --> 00:52:48,948 It'’s not my memories that matter, Evan. 725 00:52:50,602 --> 00:52:51,820 It'’s yours. 726 00:52:58,523 --> 00:53:01,439 Your last life, in Mexico... 727 00:53:02,222 --> 00:53:04,442 where did you hide the Egg? 728 00:53:26,377 --> 00:53:28,161 [Bathurst] Where'’s the Egg? 729 00:53:37,562 --> 00:53:39,651 Where is it? 730 00:53:48,921 --> 00:53:50,488 He'’s spiking.Shut it down. 731 00:53:51,489 --> 00:53:54,361 [groaning, panting] 732 00:53:54,405 --> 00:53:55,667 Hey, you'’re okay.[gasps] 733 00:53:55,710 --> 00:53:58,278 You'’re okay. Hey. Hey, just breathe. 734 00:53:58,322 --> 00:53:59,540 I need to get up.Breathe. 735 00:53:59,584 --> 00:54:01,107 [Garrick] Kovic, check his vitals. 736 00:54:01,150 --> 00:54:03,196 What happened in there, Evan? What did you see? 737 00:54:03,240 --> 00:54:05,894 Your neural network fired off like the Fourth of July. 738 00:54:05,938 --> 00:54:09,420 I'’ve been seeing this stuff all my life. It still doesn'’t make any sense. 739 00:54:09,463 --> 00:54:10,812 Why can'’t he remember anything? 740 00:54:10,856 --> 00:54:12,423 Between the car accident, the electroshock 741 00:54:12,466 --> 00:54:15,774 and the steel plate in his head, his mind is fractured. 742 00:54:15,817 --> 00:54:17,776 Something in there won'’t let the memories flow. 743 00:54:17,819 --> 00:54:22,868 I can'’t get them out. I'’m afraid the Artisan is our last hope. 744 00:54:29,178 --> 00:54:31,616 He'’ll achieve recall soon. [blows] 745 00:54:33,444 --> 00:54:35,141 If he hasn'’t already. 746 00:54:43,628 --> 00:54:45,934 Hundreds of lifetimes, 747 00:54:45,978 --> 00:54:48,894 and it all comes down to these few hours. 748 00:54:50,983 --> 00:54:53,246 If we don'’t find him... 749 00:54:55,161 --> 00:54:58,120 before he gets his memories back... 750 00:54:58,860 --> 00:55:00,645 we lose the Egg... 751 00:55:02,124 --> 00:55:03,256 forever. 752 00:55:05,389 --> 00:55:07,216 The wheels keep turning 753 00:55:07,260 --> 00:55:10,089 and we can never... 754 00:55:11,743 --> 00:55:13,658 escape. 755 00:55:17,749 --> 00:55:19,881 We go at dawn. 756 00:55:53,480 --> 00:55:54,873 [shouting] 757 00:55:55,613 --> 00:55:58,920 [alarm blaring] 758 00:56:03,447 --> 00:56:06,058 [machine powers down] 759 00:56:12,499 --> 00:56:14,675 It'’s been a while, Otto. 760 00:56:14,719 --> 00:56:19,854 No one'’s called me by that name in... so many lifetimes. 761 00:56:28,820 --> 00:56:30,822 Hello, my love. 762 00:56:32,301 --> 00:56:33,955 What happened to you? 763 00:56:35,435 --> 00:56:37,829 You were so beautiful. 764 00:56:38,656 --> 00:56:40,179 As were you. 765 00:56:40,614 --> 00:56:42,442 You don'’t miss it-- 766 00:56:42,486 --> 00:56:44,183 the agility... 767 00:56:44,923 --> 00:56:46,185 the vibrancy... 768 00:56:47,360 --> 00:56:48,796 being confined to this? 769 00:56:48,840 --> 00:56:52,104 You see me as something broken. I don'’t. 770 00:56:53,061 --> 00:56:55,629 You'’re the cripple, Otto. 771 00:56:55,673 --> 00:56:57,979 Crippled by your cowardice.Cowardice? 772 00:56:58,023 --> 00:57:03,115 No. I'’m crippled by my memory. 773 00:57:03,158 --> 00:57:07,119 You get your memories back over years. Not me. 774 00:57:07,162 --> 00:57:11,297 I get it all back as my brain forms. In the womb. 775 00:57:11,340 --> 00:57:16,737 Endless hours, days, weeks, months. 776 00:57:16,781 --> 00:57:18,130 No room to move! 777 00:57:18,173 --> 00:57:20,654 Nothing for my brain to do 778 00:57:20,698 --> 00:57:23,048 but eat itself. 779 00:57:23,091 --> 00:57:26,747 All these lifetimes, the magnitude of this gift, 780 00:57:26,791 --> 00:57:29,315 and you haven'’t learned a thing. 781 00:57:29,358 --> 00:57:30,925 I have to get out. 782 00:57:31,883 --> 00:57:33,450 I have to make it stop. 783 00:57:34,363 --> 00:57:38,193 Don'’t do it. Don'’t give him anything. 784 00:57:39,456 --> 00:57:40,935 Where is Treadway? 785 00:57:47,725 --> 00:57:49,770 We storming the beach at Normandy? 786 00:57:49,814 --> 00:57:52,077 You never know with the Artisan. 787 00:57:52,991 --> 00:57:54,383 Let'’s get ready. 788 00:58:29,767 --> 00:58:31,072 [man] Color out, please. 789 00:58:31,116 --> 00:58:33,379 [chattering, laughing] 790 00:58:34,685 --> 00:58:36,861 So, the Artisan'’s a gambler? 791 00:58:36,904 --> 00:58:38,427 No, he'’s a hedonist. 792 00:58:38,471 --> 00:58:41,822 Infinite lies, infinite opportunity for debauchery. 793 00:58:41,866 --> 00:58:43,781 Sounds like my kinda guy. 794 00:58:57,098 --> 00:58:58,970 [speaking Tibetan] 795 00:59:29,000 --> 00:59:31,916 [speakers: opera music playing] 796 00:59:34,179 --> 00:59:37,443 [opera continues playing][sighs] 797 00:59:37,486 --> 00:59:40,141 Alexa, music off.[music stops] 798 00:59:40,185 --> 00:59:42,753 Get him cleaned up and outta here. 799 00:59:42,796 --> 00:59:44,972 You'’re operating on dead guys now? 800 00:59:45,016 --> 00:59:47,496 Da Vinci used to cut into human cadavers 801 00:59:47,540 --> 00:59:50,630 so that he could better understand the human form. 802 00:59:50,674 --> 00:59:54,068 For me, I'’m all about that brain, baby. 803 00:59:54,112 --> 00:59:58,333 [laughing] But you know that all too well. 804 00:59:58,377 --> 01:00:03,034 Oh, what a beautiful cranial arch you got this time around. 805 01:00:03,077 --> 01:00:07,473 I could better examine it if I severed your head from your neck. 806 01:00:07,516 --> 01:00:09,867 Like Treadway did to me when last we met. 807 01:00:09,910 --> 01:00:11,825 Try it.Oh. 808 01:00:11,869 --> 01:00:14,045 Bathurst took the Hub. 809 01:00:16,874 --> 01:00:19,006 Does he have the Egg?No. 810 01:00:19,050 --> 01:00:21,400 Think we'’d be here if he did? 811 01:00:22,706 --> 01:00:26,144 Wherever it is, it'’s still in his head. 812 01:00:27,885 --> 01:00:28,929 Treadway? 813 01:00:28,973 --> 01:00:31,279 So they say. 814 01:00:32,890 --> 01:00:35,022 Wait. Is he blocked? 815 01:00:35,066 --> 01:00:36,894 [laughing] 816 01:00:36,937 --> 01:00:39,723 Well, well, well, look at this. 817 01:00:39,766 --> 01:00:40,985 Huh. 818 01:00:41,812 --> 01:00:45,380 So, your hard drive got fragged, 819 01:00:45,424 --> 01:00:48,557 which means we'’re gonna have to reset your memory. 820 01:00:48,601 --> 01:00:53,606 And, Heinrich, I gotta tell ya, I'’m really gonna enjoy this. 821 01:00:54,041 --> 01:00:56,087 Ooh! [laughing] 822 01:00:56,130 --> 01:00:57,741 Check this out. 823 01:00:58,263 --> 01:01:00,395 [machine powers up] 824 01:01:00,439 --> 01:01:03,398 You'’re all familiar with the idea that when you die, 825 01:01:03,442 --> 01:01:06,619 your life flashes before your eyes, right? 826 01:01:06,663 --> 01:01:09,883 This machine enhances that experience, 827 01:01:09,927 --> 01:01:12,190 prolonging your sense of time, 828 01:01:12,233 --> 01:01:17,282 allowing you to restore or reorder everything inside. 829 01:01:17,325 --> 01:01:24,332 This-- This right here is the closest you'’re gonna get to a total mental reboot. 830 01:01:24,376 --> 01:01:25,420 [laughs] 831 01:01:25,464 --> 01:01:26,944 Are you planning on trying to drown me? 832 01:01:26,987 --> 01:01:28,336 '’Cause I got a thing about drowning. 833 01:01:28,380 --> 01:01:30,599 Which is?I don'’t like it! 834 01:01:30,643 --> 01:01:33,733 What kind of success rate is this guy working with, anyway? 835 01:01:33,777 --> 01:01:36,257 Confidence is... high. 836 01:01:36,301 --> 01:01:39,086 Yeah, and so are you, obviously. 837 01:01:39,130 --> 01:01:40,827 [laughing] Okay. Hey. 838 01:01:40,871 --> 01:01:43,264 I like you this time around. You'’re actually funny. 839 01:01:43,308 --> 01:01:47,878 Don'’t take this the wrong way, but you'’re usually kind of a jerk. 840 01:01:47,921 --> 01:01:49,531 It'’s true.Yeah, she gets it. 841 01:01:49,575 --> 01:01:51,664 So, I'’m supposed to trust this guy? 842 01:01:51,708 --> 01:01:53,448 I wouldn'’t.First, 843 01:01:53,492 --> 01:01:55,233 I resent the gender labeling. 844 01:01:55,276 --> 01:01:58,627 Second, you can trust that we share the same goal. 845 01:01:58,671 --> 01:02:00,238 Really? Which is? 846 01:02:00,281 --> 01:02:03,807 Bathurst wants to what, destroy every living thing on Earth? 847 01:02:03,850 --> 01:02:07,636 Well, that'’s gonna ruin a pretty great party I'’ve got goin' on here. 848 01:02:07,680 --> 01:02:09,726 This guy'’s out of his mind. Hey-- 849 01:02:10,770 --> 01:02:13,860 There'’s a reason you didn'’t bring me here before.Mmm. 850 01:02:13,904 --> 01:02:16,689 I could die in there.Yeah. 851 01:02:18,038 --> 01:02:19,518 [Evan] Could it work? 852 01:02:21,520 --> 01:02:22,695 It could. 853 01:02:24,001 --> 01:02:26,481 But you have a choice, Evan. 854 01:02:26,525 --> 01:02:28,745 No, I don'’t have a choice. 855 01:02:29,528 --> 01:02:31,878 I... I can'’t let anybody else get hurt 856 01:02:31,922 --> 01:02:33,750 because of what'’s in my head. 857 01:02:43,107 --> 01:02:45,500 All right. Leap-of-faith time. 858 01:02:46,675 --> 01:02:49,243 Let'’s just do it now before I change my mind. All right? 859 01:02:49,287 --> 01:02:51,855 Let'’s go. Turn your machine on. 860 01:02:51,898 --> 01:02:53,508 Ooh. Ready to go for a swim? 861 01:02:53,552 --> 01:02:56,076 Yes. This is gonna be so fun! 862 01:02:56,120 --> 01:02:58,078 Just shut up and turn it on. 863 01:02:59,210 --> 01:03:01,778 [chattering, laughing] 864 01:03:17,794 --> 01:03:20,622 [earphone: Artisan] ...prolongs your sense of time. 865 01:03:22,973 --> 01:03:26,324 Whatever happens, don'’t let them stop until it'’s done. 866 01:03:31,677 --> 01:03:33,244 [exhales] 867 01:03:56,789 --> 01:03:58,835 [machine beeping] 868 01:04:08,192 --> 01:04:11,499 [Artisan] He'’ll hold his breath as long as he can, and then... 869 01:04:11,543 --> 01:04:13,806 base instinct takes over. 870 01:04:30,170 --> 01:04:31,737 Twenty-two. Too many. 871 01:04:34,261 --> 01:04:36,568 [croupier] Twenty. No more. And 18. 872 01:04:52,976 --> 01:04:54,716 [alarm blaring] 873 01:04:54,760 --> 01:04:56,370 Oh, my God. He'’s drowning. 874 01:04:56,936 --> 01:04:58,633 That'’s the whole idea. 875 01:05:02,289 --> 01:05:06,163 Maybe we should pull him out.He'’s not there yet. Two more minutes. 876 01:05:13,039 --> 01:05:15,172 Abel, listen to me. If I fail... 877 01:05:19,828 --> 01:05:21,134 Come on. 878 01:05:21,178 --> 01:05:24,224 Nora...He'’s dying. 879 01:05:24,268 --> 01:05:26,313 We'’re close. We are close. 880 01:05:26,357 --> 01:05:28,272 [beeping] 881 01:05:28,315 --> 01:05:30,274 [sustained tone] 882 01:05:30,317 --> 01:05:33,233 Doesn'’t have a pulse![tone continues] 883 01:05:34,713 --> 01:05:35,714 Get him out! 884 01:05:41,894 --> 01:05:42,895 Come on! Come on. 885 01:05:44,027 --> 01:05:45,289 [grunts] 886 01:05:53,558 --> 01:05:55,777 Okay. Okay. [grunts] 887 01:05:56,691 --> 01:05:58,606 [grunts]Get out of the way. 888 01:06:02,784 --> 01:06:04,438 No! 889 01:06:16,320 --> 01:06:17,712 He'’s gone. 890 01:06:19,236 --> 01:06:20,889 [sobbing] 891 01:06:20,933 --> 01:06:22,935 We killed him. 892 01:06:22,979 --> 01:06:25,242 [Nora continues sobbing] 893 01:06:35,339 --> 01:06:37,254 [sobbing] 894 01:06:43,347 --> 01:06:46,219 [yells, groaning] 895 01:06:46,263 --> 01:06:49,614 [Treadway] If I fail, look inside. 896 01:07:09,851 --> 01:07:13,942 [gasping] 897 01:07:13,986 --> 01:07:16,989 [coughing]Evan, you'’re okay. Just breathe. 898 01:07:25,041 --> 01:07:28,044 [coughing, panting] 899 01:07:32,265 --> 01:07:35,312 I am Treadway. I am Treadway. 900 01:07:45,191 --> 01:07:46,845 [gasps]Hey. Whoa, whoa. 901 01:07:49,630 --> 01:07:51,023 I'’m Treadway. 902 01:07:54,461 --> 01:07:57,943 [Kovic] If you are Treadway, answer this: 903 01:07:58,857 --> 01:08:00,989 Do you know where the Egg is? 904 01:08:21,314 --> 01:08:22,663 Yes. 905 01:08:23,142 --> 01:08:24,578 Yes?Yes. 906 01:08:25,188 --> 01:08:27,886 Look inside. Look inside. 907 01:08:30,323 --> 01:08:32,934 We were trained to think of bodies as unimportant, right? 908 01:08:32,978 --> 01:08:35,546 Right.Just shells meant to be discarded. 909 01:08:36,242 --> 01:08:38,418 Well, Treadway knew the one place 910 01:08:38,462 --> 01:08:40,116 that nobody would look. 911 01:08:46,774 --> 01:08:47,819 [yells] 912 01:08:55,609 --> 01:08:58,090 Abel? Abel, listen to me. 913 01:08:58,134 --> 01:09:00,179 If I fail, look inside. 914 01:09:00,745 --> 01:09:02,399 It'’s in his body. 915 01:09:03,095 --> 01:09:04,227 Back at the Hub. 916 01:09:07,230 --> 01:09:09,928 It'’s been there the whole time. Come on. 917 01:09:11,886 --> 01:09:13,932 I am shocked that that worked. 918 01:09:19,938 --> 01:09:22,984 I knew it was you the whole time. That'’s why I let you win. 919 01:09:23,028 --> 01:09:24,029 Oh, you let me, huh? 920 01:09:24,072 --> 01:09:25,683 Whoo! I don'’t know about you guys, 921 01:09:25,726 --> 01:09:27,598 but I could use a drink. 922 01:09:27,641 --> 01:09:29,077 Come on, we don'’t have time for-- 923 01:09:29,121 --> 01:09:30,731 [gunshot][groaning] 924 01:09:30,775 --> 01:09:32,820 [Artisan] Security lockdown! 925 01:09:34,082 --> 01:09:36,172 [rifle cocks] 926 01:09:36,215 --> 01:09:37,216 I'’m hit. 927 01:09:37,651 --> 01:09:38,957 You all right? 928 01:09:44,223 --> 01:09:45,268 [Artisan] Hey! 929 01:09:45,311 --> 01:09:46,921 Follow me. 930 01:09:46,965 --> 01:09:49,141 Come on. We gotta go. [grunts] 931 01:09:49,185 --> 01:09:51,187 Open emergency lift. 932 01:09:54,494 --> 01:09:55,887 We gotta go. We gotta go.Wait! 933 01:09:55,930 --> 01:09:57,541 Are you crazy? They'’re about to breach! 934 01:09:57,584 --> 01:10:00,457 We'’re not running, all right? I'’m tired of running. 935 01:10:00,500 --> 01:10:03,460 I'’m gonna fight 'em right now.[Nora] Hang in there, Trace. 936 01:10:09,161 --> 01:10:10,162 She'’s dead. 937 01:10:10,206 --> 01:10:11,424 Oh, sh... 938 01:10:11,468 --> 01:10:14,471 [Artisan] Guys, we need to leave now. 939 01:10:21,608 --> 01:10:23,610 I'’m staying.What? 940 01:10:23,654 --> 01:10:25,699 We stay here, we fight '’em now. 941 01:10:30,051 --> 01:10:32,837 You'’re leaking like the Titanic.I'’m fine. 942 01:10:32,880 --> 01:10:35,840 If you die here, who stops Bathurst? 943 01:10:36,449 --> 01:10:37,755 He'’s right. 944 01:10:38,495 --> 01:10:39,626 Hey. 945 01:10:39,670 --> 01:10:43,587 You make this worth it, dziecko. 946 01:10:44,370 --> 01:10:46,329 Then buy me some time. 947 01:10:47,112 --> 01:10:48,722 [Artisan] Open weapons room door. 948 01:10:51,290 --> 01:10:52,509 Good luck. 949 01:11:01,082 --> 01:11:03,563 [beeping] 950 01:11:44,430 --> 01:11:47,085 [groaning, shouting] 951 01:12:05,712 --> 01:12:06,931 Careful, sir. 952 01:12:08,454 --> 01:12:09,890 Oh, I will be. 953 01:12:22,599 --> 01:12:23,948 [grunts] 954 01:12:36,003 --> 01:12:37,091 [yells] 955 01:12:44,534 --> 01:12:46,318 [yells] 956 01:13:15,956 --> 01:13:18,742 We'’re taking Treadway'’s body to Scotland. 957 01:13:18,785 --> 01:13:20,004 Very well. 958 01:13:21,658 --> 01:13:23,442 [Nora] Keep him alive. 959 01:13:23,486 --> 01:13:27,011 [Artisan] I'’ll do the best I can, but he'’s lost a lot of blood. 960 01:13:27,838 --> 01:13:29,970 The keys are in the car. 961 01:13:37,848 --> 01:13:40,328 [engine starts] 962 01:13:46,291 --> 01:13:47,858 [zipper unzipping] 963 01:13:53,472 --> 01:13:54,995 Heinrich. 964 01:13:55,039 --> 01:13:57,302 Good of you to join us. 965 01:14:00,087 --> 01:14:03,090 I only wish you were here to see this... 966 01:14:04,483 --> 01:14:06,137 to understand your... 967 01:14:07,660 --> 01:14:10,010 your role in this. 968 01:14:16,190 --> 01:14:18,410 The end of all our debates. 969 01:14:40,563 --> 01:14:42,129 [sighs] 970 01:14:45,829 --> 01:14:48,440 The end of all things. 971 01:14:52,575 --> 01:14:54,968 Have it cleaned and tested. 972 01:14:55,012 --> 01:14:57,275 Make sure it'’s the real thing. 973 01:14:57,710 --> 01:14:59,625 Is it really over? 974 01:14:59,669 --> 01:15:01,584 Not quite yet. 975 01:15:01,627 --> 01:15:04,282 Never underestimate Treadway. 976 01:15:04,848 --> 01:15:08,329 [electric guitar playing] 977 01:15:22,692 --> 01:15:25,477 [guitar continues playing] 978 01:15:26,609 --> 01:15:29,220 [grunts, panting] 979 01:15:29,829 --> 01:15:31,439 [playing stops] 980 01:15:31,483 --> 01:15:33,920 Ah. You'’re awake. 981 01:15:33,964 --> 01:15:35,748 Where am I? 982 01:15:35,792 --> 01:15:39,447 I told Nora I'’d wait with you until you woke up. 983 01:15:39,491 --> 01:15:42,581 [grunts]You'’re in my safe house. 984 01:15:42,625 --> 01:15:46,846 What are you doing?I'’m doing your morphine! 985 01:15:46,890 --> 01:15:48,195 Where is she? 986 01:15:48,239 --> 01:15:50,371 Huh? Oh, she went after Bathurst. 987 01:15:51,459 --> 01:15:52,765 Oh, shit. 988 01:15:52,809 --> 01:15:55,855 She'’s not doing this alone. No way. 989 01:15:56,726 --> 01:15:59,642 [grunts]Whoa, whoa! Come on, man. 990 01:15:59,685 --> 01:16:03,471 You try running out now, you'’ll bleed out before you reach the compound. 991 01:16:03,515 --> 01:16:07,127 If we'’re going down, we'’re going down together. [panting] 992 01:16:07,171 --> 01:16:09,086 Hey, hey. Hey, hey. 993 01:16:09,129 --> 01:16:12,132 I just patched you up, man. 994 01:16:12,176 --> 01:16:15,092 Let me catch you up on the current situation. 995 01:16:15,135 --> 01:16:17,311 If Bathurst gets his way, we'’re all done. 996 01:16:17,355 --> 01:16:19,400 There'’s no more second chances. 997 01:16:19,444 --> 01:16:21,838 I'’m gonna get the Egg and kill him. 998 01:16:22,621 --> 01:16:24,492 She told me you were one of us. 999 01:16:24,536 --> 01:16:26,973 Obviously, you'’re just full of shit. 1000 01:16:28,453 --> 01:16:31,935 Diagnostics are done. The bomb is ready for the Egg. 1001 01:16:31,978 --> 01:16:33,980 Have them load it on the plane. 1002 01:16:42,206 --> 01:16:44,687 Come here, you bastard. 1003 01:16:44,730 --> 01:16:46,993 Do you think He'’ll... 1004 01:16:48,125 --> 01:16:50,214 let us do this? 1005 01:16:51,955 --> 01:16:53,217 No? 1006 01:16:59,179 --> 01:17:01,225 The end of all things. 1007 01:17:08,058 --> 01:17:09,973 Go.[window shatters] 1008 01:17:22,463 --> 01:17:24,335 [gunshot][window shatters] 1009 01:18:31,794 --> 01:18:35,232 Move, move, move!On the rig! Let'’s go! 1010 01:19:09,875 --> 01:19:11,311 Move, move! 1011 01:19:41,559 --> 01:19:43,648 [beeping] 1012 01:20:37,049 --> 01:20:41,271 Dropping in three, two, one. 1013 01:20:56,329 --> 01:20:58,114 Do you need a ride?Love one. 1014 01:20:59,376 --> 01:21:02,118 You okay?No. Don'’t ask. 1015 01:21:12,911 --> 01:21:16,480 [laughs] Did you see that? 1016 01:22:18,455 --> 01:22:20,326 Nora, you okay? 1017 01:22:20,370 --> 01:22:22,676 Okay, come on. 1018 01:22:22,720 --> 01:22:23,721 I got you. 1019 01:22:27,029 --> 01:22:28,204 [Nora grunting] 1020 01:22:28,247 --> 01:22:30,597 I'’ll get you out of here. Come on. 1021 01:22:35,211 --> 01:22:36,342 [groans] 1022 01:22:36,386 --> 01:22:37,865 You all right? 1023 01:22:37,909 --> 01:22:39,041 Oh, shit. 1024 01:22:39,084 --> 01:22:41,260 Hey. We gotta get you out of here. 1025 01:22:48,920 --> 01:22:51,879 You gonna be okay to move?Yeah, I'’ll be fine. 1026 01:22:51,923 --> 01:22:52,968 Okay. Come on. 1027 01:22:57,059 --> 01:22:59,235 [trigger clicking] 1028 01:23:25,565 --> 01:23:28,438 [plane engine accelerating] 1029 01:23:32,659 --> 01:23:35,053 You gotta go.Bathurst is getting away. 1030 01:23:35,097 --> 01:23:38,535 His hard drives are here. I have to destroy them and free them all. 1031 01:23:39,449 --> 01:23:40,928 I'’ll see you again. 1032 01:23:47,283 --> 01:23:48,936 [engine starts] 1033 01:24:20,098 --> 01:24:21,839 [screams] 1034 01:24:40,205 --> 01:24:42,860 [grunting] 1035 01:24:46,516 --> 01:24:47,908 [groaning] 1036 01:24:49,823 --> 01:24:50,868 [yells] 1037 01:24:50,911 --> 01:24:53,827 [gasps, coughs] 1038 01:24:53,871 --> 01:24:56,613 [panting] 1039 01:24:59,311 --> 01:25:02,706 [gasping, groaning] 1040 01:25:23,857 --> 01:25:26,904 We'’ll be landing in Glasgow in 16 minutes, sir. 1041 01:25:27,905 --> 01:25:29,080 Stay low. 1042 01:25:30,995 --> 01:25:32,431 Use TFR. 1043 01:25:32,910 --> 01:25:33,998 [grunts] 1044 01:25:36,000 --> 01:25:37,132 Oh, my God. 1045 01:25:40,004 --> 01:25:42,398 Come on. Come on. 1046 01:25:48,143 --> 01:25:50,275 They'’re all here. 1047 01:25:50,319 --> 01:25:51,755 All the souls. 1048 01:25:52,582 --> 01:25:55,150 We have to free them all. 1049 01:25:55,193 --> 01:25:57,413 Whoa! [grunts] 1050 01:25:57,456 --> 01:25:59,328 Nora. Nora, hey. Hey. 1051 01:25:59,371 --> 01:26:02,592 Stay with me, okay? We are so close. 1052 01:26:03,245 --> 01:26:05,595 Let'’s blow some shit up, huh? 1053 01:26:27,312 --> 01:26:29,227 Shit![alarms blaring] 1054 01:26:29,271 --> 01:26:30,794 We'’ve lost engine three, sir. 1055 01:26:38,541 --> 01:26:40,630 We'’re gonna have to land the aircraft. 1056 01:26:48,159 --> 01:26:50,640 What the hell are you doing? Sir! 1057 01:26:51,380 --> 01:26:53,643 [screams] 1058 01:26:57,995 --> 01:27:00,737 Please! You'’re gonna crash the aircraft. Sir! 1059 01:27:03,522 --> 01:27:05,220 [groans] 1060 01:28:06,759 --> 01:28:09,022 It'’s impossible. 1061 01:28:10,285 --> 01:28:12,112 I-Impossible. 1062 01:28:22,514 --> 01:28:23,776 [beeping] 1063 01:28:23,820 --> 01:28:25,256 He'’s opened the bloody top hatch, sir. 1064 01:28:35,701 --> 01:28:37,747 [thud] 1065 01:29:17,308 --> 01:29:18,918 You disappoint me. 1066 01:29:20,790 --> 01:29:23,053 No recognition whatsoever, huh? 1067 01:29:23,749 --> 01:29:25,229 I think I should feel hurt. 1068 01:29:26,970 --> 01:29:30,277 Car crash? Steel plate, remember? 1069 01:29:49,340 --> 01:29:51,690 [shouts][grunting] 1070 01:30:47,790 --> 01:30:49,444 [grunting] 1071 01:30:54,361 --> 01:30:57,364 [alarms blaring] 1072 01:31:34,750 --> 01:31:37,535 [screaming] 1073 01:31:37,579 --> 01:31:39,015 [yells] 1074 01:31:48,285 --> 01:31:51,506 Treadway, you can'’t deactivate it! 1075 01:31:52,594 --> 01:31:54,378 It'’s happening! 1076 01:32:11,613 --> 01:32:13,310 [grunts] 1077 01:32:20,491 --> 01:32:22,319 [Dethroner fires] 1078 01:32:27,324 --> 01:32:30,370 [grunting] 1079 01:32:36,333 --> 01:32:38,161 No! 1080 01:32:41,207 --> 01:32:42,295 [beeps] 1081 01:33:11,673 --> 01:33:14,327 [Evan] Death isn'’t the end. Not for us. 1082 01:33:14,371 --> 01:33:16,721 Maybe not for any of us. 1083 01:33:16,765 --> 01:33:19,202 New chapter, same story. 1084 01:33:20,899 --> 01:33:22,422 I can carry you out. 1085 01:33:22,858 --> 01:33:24,076 No way. 1086 01:33:24,120 --> 01:33:26,209 I'’ll free them. 1087 01:33:27,471 --> 01:33:28,515 Here. 1088 01:33:28,559 --> 01:33:31,736 [panting] 1089 01:33:31,780 --> 01:33:33,912 I'’ll see you around.Yeah. 1090 01:33:46,229 --> 01:33:49,058 [Leona] I'’ll find you in the Beginning. 1091 01:33:49,101 --> 01:33:50,494 [Abel] I love you. 1092 01:34:08,904 --> 01:34:10,470 [Evan] I ask myself... 1093 01:34:11,254 --> 01:34:14,213 what did being Evan McCauley teach me? 1094 01:34:17,434 --> 01:34:19,958 [crying] 1095 01:34:20,002 --> 01:34:23,527 [Evan] If each new life is a chance to build on what was, 1096 01:34:23,570 --> 01:34:26,661 a chance to press forward to the best of what could be... 1097 01:34:28,663 --> 01:34:30,752 Go, go, go! 1098 01:34:30,795 --> 01:34:33,711 ...why will some of us have to pick up the sword and fight again... 1099 01:34:33,755 --> 01:34:38,368 [crying][man speaking Arabic] 1100 01:34:44,504 --> 01:34:46,681 [crying] 1101 01:34:46,724 --> 01:34:49,466 ...while others discover a new beginning? 1102 01:35:02,784 --> 01:35:04,307 Nora? 1103 01:35:12,445 --> 01:35:15,361 [Evan] It'’s hope. That'’s what I learned. 1104 01:35:15,405 --> 01:35:18,756 Yes, we fall. Yes, we fail. 1105 01:35:18,800 --> 01:35:21,628 Yes, sometimes we screw up everything we touch. 1106 01:35:21,672 --> 01:35:24,327 But each moment we live is connected by a belief 1107 01:35:24,370 --> 01:35:29,767 that the actions we take will next day, next week, next life 1108 01:35:29,811 --> 01:35:31,551 add up to something more, 1109 01:35:31,595 --> 01:35:34,163 something bigger than yourself. 1110 01:35:50,353 --> 01:35:54,226 And next... well, the possibilities are... 1111 01:35:55,010 --> 01:35:56,576 infinite. 1112 01:36:04,933 --> 01:36:08,023 [students shouting] 1113 01:36:10,199 --> 01:36:13,158 [shouting continues] 1114 01:36:20,905 --> 01:36:24,604 [yelling] 1115 01:37:07,778 --> 01:37:09,388 So... 1116 01:37:09,432 --> 01:37:13,871 when your son starts asking questions about his past, 1117 01:37:13,915 --> 01:37:15,177 give me a call. 1118 01:37:15,220 --> 01:37:18,745 [speaking Indonesian] 1119 01:37:23,533 --> 01:37:26,275 He says he'’s just a child.[Artisan] Ehh... 1120 01:37:26,318 --> 01:37:27,972 What about your sword? 1121 01:37:28,016 --> 01:37:29,452 [Artisan laughs] 1122 01:37:37,373 --> 01:37:40,158 Artisan, what took you so long? 1123 01:37:40,942 --> 01:37:42,334 See you soon, Treadway. 1124 01:37:44,554 --> 01:37:48,123 [hip-hop ballad playing, woman singing] 1125 01:38:09,666 --> 01:38:12,887 [woman continues singing, man rapping] 1126 01:38:21,330 --> 01:38:24,550 [rapping continues] 1127 01:39:23,131 --> 01:39:26,221 [woman resumes singing] 1128 01:39:48,112 --> 01:39:51,376 [man resumes rapping] 1129 01:40:51,393 --> 01:40:54,657 [woman resumes singing] 1130 01:41:15,852 --> 01:41:17,680 [song ends] 75976

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