♪♪♪ (sound of wind blowing) (wind blowing)
♪♪♪ – (woman): Mr. Evans? Mr. Evans? Mr. Evans, I’m Dr. Reese. You’re waking up in
Valley Memorial Health Center. – Hmm… Hmm, Dawn. Where… where is Dawn? – I’m sorry to wake you, but
there’s a police officer here who needs to ask you
some important questions. (footsteps of doctor
walking away) ♪♪♪ – Dawn? Where’s my wife? ♪♪♪ – I’m going to miss you. Not as much as you’ll miss me. – No, of course not.
You’re the sun, I’m… I’m but a moon,
a mere satellite. – (whispering): Sputnik.
– No… (Dawn chuckles.)
Not Sputnik. Haha! Actually, true story, a girl I knew once told me
that I had a celestial body. – Hmm… I don’t really think
she used that word. – No, no, no, no. She did.
I don’t forget a compliment. I just wish I could remember… who she was. – I wish I could be with you. – I’m here now. (cars honking) (indistinct conversations)
(cell phone ringing and buzzing) – I’m sorry you drove
all the way out here to sign your contract.
I just found out this morning. I knew when you knew. These things happen, Will. One investor drops out,
they drum up another one. It’s bullshit and
it’s bad due diligence. (employer clearing his throat) Look, I know you’ve gone
through a long drought here, but don’t worry, you’re the guy I want for
the job. That’s not the issue. It’s a financial matter,
as simple as that. It’s got nothing to do
with you or me. How’s Dawn?
Did she make the trip with you? Are you heading back today? – I want the job
you said was mine. – You can’t manage a site if
I don’t have a site to manage. – I don’t care
if it’s topping trees or mopping floors,
you can transfer me when you get your financing. – Jesus, Will, I don’t hire
for those kind of positions, you know that.
– So call in a favor, make a deal. – I’ll make some calls. –He can check my phone; I
didn’t want him to see the call.No. He just knows
you hate him, Da– Dad, can we not
do this right now? There isn’t gonna be
a foreclosure, Will’s working. The bank says that they’ll work
with us, but that was a few weeks ago, and
we just missed a payment and… Well, you hear stories,
and I just… I thought maybe you could
offer a guarantee – just a name – and Will
doesn’t need to know. Dad… it’s just for two
or three months, just a little gap, and then
you can take your name off. (melancholy piano music) No, I haven’t forgotten
that I still owe you. You don’t stop
reminding me. But this job is gonna
help me pay you back. We’re almost there. Yeah. (melancholy piano music) (elevator door opening) (phone ringing) (clicking twice) – This for me? – How did it go? – I’m in. – No hiccups? Did you get a letter
for the bank? – I’ll get it faxed
later today. ♪♪♪ (horse whinnying) – Hi. Did you get the photo? Yeah, isn’t it great? I can totally see myself
getting back into it. Dad said what?! No. No, he didn’t have
to interview for the job. No, they’re starting him
right away. (wind blowing)
(bird cawing) – Here’s one. HEY! – What are they wearing? – I thought you were going past.
– Quite a deep freeze,
we got going, huh? – Yeah, you guys aren’t
really dressed for it. What– – Could we get in?
– Where are you going? – Out of this.
– Where are you guys going? – Home. Vancouver.
– Yeah, Vancouver’s perfect. Us too. Thanks. I gotta tell you,
I am so glad you guys stopped. There’s hardly anybody
out there, and they keep on driving by.
– Well, I’m Dawn and this is Will, and we’re going
to Vancouver, obviously. So,
are you guys from there? – No. We’re visiting friends. – Oh, nice! Where at? – Jesus! He’s just out of prison,
I’m a prostitute; is that enough info?
Can we sleep now? – My name’s Lee.
This is my sister Cheryl. She thought she was gonna
freeze to death out there, and she’s quite tired so… Vancouver, I mean, that’s great! (cell phone vibrating) (bird cawing) (sighing) (store door beeping) Already got it. – I-I don’t have cash, so… – Don’t worry about it. Just paying our way. (tap on shoulder) Cheryl. – Hey, we should, uh…
– I, uh, want to leave them. We got them
off the road, let’s go. – He just filled our tank. It’ll be fine. (inaudible talking) ♪♪♪ (Will sighs.) – OH, SHIT!
– Oh, my God! – (Lee): Ugh!
– (Cheryl): What are you doing? (Will gasping) – What the hell was that? HEY! THE HELL ARE YOU DOING?! HEY! (man shivering) Holy shit! – Cold.
– Let’s get him in the car, come on. Sir? You can’t be walking out here.
(old man shivering) (old man moaning)
– (Lee): Get him in, get him in. – Ok. OK, Dawn,
he’s seriously hypothermic. Call 9-1-1.
Get the ambulance to meet us at the next stop.
– No signal. I tried. I’ll keep trying.
– OK, Cheryl, Cheryl, hold him real close,
keep him warm. (wind whistling) (open-door notification beeping) Yeah, this is the place. He’s still sleeping?
– Yep. – You know, I never
saved a life before. I’d say that’s pretty good karma
to start a journey. – Oh, God! He’s not sleeping. – No, awake is good.
– No, things are not good! (wind blowing) – Ah, shit! No, he’s…
he’s really cold. He’s… He’s probably been dead
for 20 minutes. What are you doing?
– “Cormac Leith White Rock.”
– What kind of karma do you call this?
– Same. We’re just people
doing the best that we can. And we can’t
control the results. Ho! Ho! There must be
a few grand in here. – Oh, what the hell! – Hey, I saw you dancing
the credit-card shuffle. OK, this is karma, man. – The guy could have
a family, OK? – Hey, you had no problem
taking our money. – Look, we’re alive, Will,
so let’s live. I mean, Cheryl and I,
we could use the scratch. What’s the shame in letting
the universe help you out? – Yeah. Let the universe
pay for your gas. – God, just let them
have it, Will. – Look at this, the guy’s
carrying around a math equation. – These are GPS coordinates. (police siren)
Somewhere around here. – So you said you found him
out on the highway? (door closing)
You think he was out driving? – Kind of strange,
don’t you think?
Out there driving with no ID? – Yeah, I mean, he wasn’t
out driving when we found him;
he was late stages’ hypothermic. – And he didn’t say anything?
His name? Next of kin? – Said he was cold.
– (Cheryl): I believed him. – Look, I don’t mean
to be rude, but we just wanted to help
him out, and we really need to get going–
– Oh, you’re not going anywhere. – (policeman): Black ice. – Caused a bit of a pile-up.
– Yeah. – (policeman): Highway will
open again soon. Early morning. – Hey, shit like this happens
up here. You did good
to pick him up. – Hmm, most folks wouldn’t.
– If you ask me, you deserve a reward,
not a hard time. (tap on arm) (indistinct conversations) – Great, thanks a lot. (English song playing softly
in the background) – “Cormac Leith. White Rock.” Ah, there’s a hit
from an old paper. Gang broke into a series
of banks in ’95. Real organized though.
Killed a guard in the last one. Their run was four million
in gold coins. – Holy crap!
– (Cheryl): Never took any cash. – You know, I think
I heard about this. – You’re kidding, what happened?
– Three weeks later, cops show up to a 9-1-1 call
and discover the guy shot in a hotel with the rest
of the gang dead around him. – Crap!
– And the gold? – Says he has no idea
where the loot wound up. He went down for it
for 20 years. Guys, they didn’t
recover the coins. At least,
not when this was written. (Lee scoffs.)
– (Will): Wow! – Son of a bitch
pulled it off. – So you think what?
The coords mark the hiding spot? – Only one way to find out. – He was out there, and it wasn’t for his health.
– So what? You think he gets out and he makes a dash
right for the money? – It’s what I would do. – Four million, the four of us.
This is not a coincidence. – No, no, no, no, no.
This is… It’s speculation. We don’t know shit.
Nah, I’m guessing if he… if he held on
to four million, the police are on him,
they’re watching. – So, he waited for them
to take a snooze. Cops are stupid. Free money isn’t
your thing? – Look, hiking out into the bush
in the middle of winter,
that can cost you more than you think.
– So, are you some kind of an expert now?
– On winter. – I’m thinking.
– Actually, he’s a site supervisor
in the forest industry. – Stop! – (Lee): That’s perfect.
(Cheryl scoffs.) Hey, simple question:
do you pray? – Excuse me? – Do you ask God to look out
for you? I don’t mean words that you speak ’cause sometimes
our hearts can run ahead of our tongues, you know. (Lee sighing)
Do you need this, Will? Cormac’s necklace. I thought it was a ring
at first, but… This is an easy choice. I mean, for us anyway. Cheryl and I, we’re about
to start a new life, and I didn’t know how we were
gonna make it happen. But this, this… this is a confirmation, Will. This can shape and change
the rest of our lives. – (Dawn): Did she just steal
a GPS? (clanking) – Think about it. – You know, it would just
go back to the banks. They already have
their insurance. Maybe what he said is right;
the guy did step in front of our car
for a reason. (Will scoffs.) – (chuckling): Oh, come on.
(amused exclamation by Dawn) Dawn, the police, they have our names,
they have our registration. – And soon, the bank
will have everything else. (Will sighs.) – Four million. – Even with just a part of it, we would be free. Free until things settled
with your job. It would be like the last year
and a half never even happened. – Dawn, we don’t even know
it’s out there. – Holy shit! You guys
are not gonna believe this. It’s only 30 miles away.
Look it. It’s so close to the road.
– We can be there and back in a couple of hours. – Want more good news? – Yeah.
– What? – It says, a couple
of hours. Easy. – It’s a lot more complicated
in real life. We have no idea
what is out there. I mean, it would take
a well-equipped party all day, possibly,
to get in and out. We just… We-we don’t know. – OK. So we do it
in the morning. We’ve got to do
this tomorrow. Cops are dumb,
but they’re not that dumb. We do this in the morning. Tick-tock.
(Will scoffs.) – What’s the matter?
Cold feet, boy scout? – We’ll sleep on it.
– Hmm! – Fair enough. And, uh, Cormac just bought you
a room for the night. (vehicle door closing) ♪♪♪ ♪♪♪ (sighing) (vehicle starting up) – “50.203…” – Yeah, the, uh, the battery
died on me a few days back; I’m just keeping it warm.
– That’s a great idea. I’m a light sleeper,
so gotta come out for some air. (wind blowing) What a world, huh? – Yeah. – See you in the morning.
– See you in the morning. (sigh) (Dawn knocking on door) (Dawn knocking on door) They have the GPS. – (Lee): Hey!
– (Cheryl): Hey, hey, hey! – Hey, c’mon! Asshole!
– Thanks a lot! – Hey! Trying to buy gear in
this town, but nobody’s selling. So… what do you say? You two up
for a nice, long walk? Haha! (wind whistling) ♪♪♪ – Will, take this road. – What if it’s all
blocked up there? – What’s a little snow? ♪♪♪ – (Cheryl): Wait, wait, wait!
Stop, stop! This is as close
as the road gets. We’ve got to walk. (Lee sighs.) – You got any mitts? – I can’t help you,
I’m afraid. In case we get a flat? – To dig with.
Unless somebody has a pickaxe. – Dawn, where’s
our pickaxe? – On our mule
with our gold pans. – Maybe someone will need
their nuts taken off? – Ouch! Is that
what I think it is? This is a flare gun! Yeah, yeah.
– Yeah, it’s this way. – This is beautiful weather. – You guys ever been
in the snow? – Sure, yesterday. – Let’s go. ♪♪♪ (inaudible talking) Woo! The sun must have added
like 10 degrees! – Yeah, you get
the extra rays off the snow. Just be glad it’s not windy,
then you’d really feel it. – When does it get dark?
– This time of year, around 4:35. We’re OK. – Ah! Dammit! – (Will): You alright? Here.
– Ah! Ah!
– Let me cut you
a walking stick. – Wait, you have a knife? Give it to me. Nature’s snowshoe. Hey! We should go
through the thin stuff; the shoes can’t handle this. – It’s this way! – Yeah, but we go
through the thin stuff, and then we correct
to the right position. We’ll make better time, and we’ll be less tired. Hey, I’ve been thinking. We can’t just spend it all. You know, that’s how
we’ll get caught. – It’s untraceable;
it’s not drug money. But you know what?
You guys do what you wanna do; I ain’t gonna bury mine. – What’s the point of being rich
if you’re too scared to buy what you want?
– What about you guys? What are you gonna do
with your million? – I just want things
to be back the way they were. Get our house back, wipe out the mistakes of
the past couple of years and… start a family. – Hahaha! – No, that’s good, Dawn.
It’s simple. Nothing wrong with wanting that. (Cheryl gasping) It’s getting colder,
but I don’t feel it. – Yeah, it’s ’cause
you’re working hard. But we’re sweating
into our coats; when that starts to freeze,
then you’ll feel it. – Doesn’t matter,
we’re more than halfway there. – A bird would be halfway there. – We’d be even closer if we weren’t detouring! – (Will): Watch it. (groaning with effort) (slapping sound)
– Ah! Asshole! – Sorry. – These stupid snowshoes! – You know what? In this terrain,
there’s zero point. – Well, that was fun
while it lasted. (grunting with effort) – Hey, Lee.
– Yeah. – It’s frozen. Goddamn! – (Lee): You alright? – Yeah, I’m fine. (Lee exhales.) Here. ♪♪♪ (grandiose music) (wind blowing) – Dammit!
♪♪♪ It’s a cliff. – What?!
– Bitch, give it back! (Dawn screaming)
– Dawn! Dawn! (screaming and grunting) – Please don’t let me fall!
– Pull! Pull! – Please don’t let me fall! – I got you!
(grunting) Oh, come here! Cheryl! Cheryl, get over here! (Dawn crying)
– Oh, thank God! Thank God! You OK? – Yeah. – Babe. Oh, shit. (Lee exhales.) – Well, that wasn’t
in the brochure. – It was marked on the GPS! – I didn’t know it was a cliff;
it was just a line. It could have been a river.
Could have been a steam. I don’t know. I wasn’t
the only one looking at it! – Oh, then why did you act like
you knew what you were doing?! – Never used one of these
before, I was just
following an arrow! – No one’s blaming you.
– (Cheryl): She is. – SHE’S IN SHOCK! OK? SHE’S TERRIFIED OF HEIGHTS! SHE ALMOST DIED!
– It was just a line. Dawn, it was just a line.
We all saw it. – It doesn’t matter what it was!
We can’t go down it! – You OK?
– We should have got rid of ’em when we had the chance.
Lee, I don’t trust them. – OK, well,
trust me. OK? ‘Cause I got you
now, OK? I got you. Alright, that gold, when we get it, that’s when
we can choose our friends, choose the life that we want. Alright, where does it end? – (whispering): It doesn’t. – Go the other way. OK. OK, this cliff
goes miles both ways. We can pick a direction. Cormac wasn’t planning
on going down this. Unless you two
want to go back. – And what?
Come back another day? They’re going
to find his car or truck, and they probably know
who he is right now! No, it’s all or nothing. – We’ve come way too far
to just throw in the towel. “It’s all or nothing,”
just like she said. – Give me the GPS. I can go twice as fast
if I go alone. I can make it out
to the gold, see if it’s there,
bring you some back. What? You think
I’m gonna steal it? – You’re not gonna
have the chance. Who knows?
Five minutes down thataway, we could find another way down.
– Yeah. Yeah, maybe. Or it could be two hours
or three hours. – Will… I’m not walking
along that edge. – Let’s go for half an hour. And if we don’t find a way down, we’ll turn around, OK? (wind blowing) – Let’s go back into the woods. ♪♪♪ ♪♪♪ (Will gasping)
Hey! That’s two hours. (Will gasping) There is no way down. We’re done.
This-this lark, it’s over. – No, it’s not.
– It’s too dangerous. Yeah. You two,
you need to go back and wait in the truck.
– No, we’re not going back, man! – Our bodies
are starting to tell. Look at Cheryl. You want her out here
hours from now and miles from help?
She’s not protected. – Cheryl! Cheryl. Cheryl, just wait.
– I’m not your property, asshole. Get off of me!
– We gotta listen to him! – You left me to fend
for myself; and now you’re out, and you think you can fix me?! You can’t control me
and you’re not taking this, you fucker! You’re not taking it! (Cheryl’s footsteps)
– Lee, you gotta– – You say one more word,
I’ll rip your jaw right
out of your skull. I did what I had to do. And she is protected. (Lee’s footsteps) (Dawn sighs.) – OK, we… we are
in a minefield, you understand? We need to think. They… they cannot
make it much farther. – Yes, but we can. (wind blowing)
– Ah! – We should have turned back
an hour ago. (wind blowing) Dawn… – I’m fine. – Come on. – Will. Will. – What?
– Will, look! There. Go. – (Cheryl): Come on!
(clanging) – Hey! They licensed these woods? – They annexed this land. Must be cheaper
for them to leave all this stuff
than haul it out. Let me check their supplies. (exhaling audibly) Hey, Lee, Cheryl, look. Gloves, hat. Mmm! Smells good. What’s that? – You can’t expect a harvest
if you don’t plant. These could be good seeds
for somebody. Mmm! – He was gonna take
the lake out. – Where did you get
that tattoo? – Prison. Feels like it’s
the end of your life, you know. But life is a wheel. On the inside,
I… I met a teacher, and he showed me
how things really were. And all these things
that I thought I needed just cut me off…
from the true reality. It was the root
of all discontentment. – And yet, here you are
in the bush, risking your life
for a pot of stolen gold. – Yeah, but I don’t need it. I want it for Cheryl. – I want it
for Cheryl too. – I want her to see what I see. It’s gonna be the start
of a whole new life. (motor humming) – OK… We-we got lost. We apologize.
We explain we got lost. – (Lee): What’s taking him
so long? (footsteps) (door creaking)
(unsettling music) – You broke my lock. – That was me. I’m sorry. (door slamming loudly)
We, uh, we got lost. We just came across your cabin. – Stove open. Eating my food. You thought… what is mine is yours. – Hey, we left money
on your mantle. We didn’t mean to steal
or harm anything. (wind whispering) – So your intentions are good? That’s a comfort. That whisper you hear at night, that’s me.
You don’t know what I know. – What do you know? – Knowledge of good and evil. I know. I ate of it.
I didn’t die. – OK… And we just got lost. Our car is stuck; we were trying
to find a shortcut…
– You lie. – …to the highway.
– I see you now. (stranger chuckling) The eyes are the windows
to the soul. Pull the drapes if you want to
surprise me. You’re trespassing. – OK, sir, um… just look at us. We’re… we’re
not dressed for this weather. – Come over by your fire. Go on. Go on. Don’t waste it. – OK, I’m going, I’m going. Look, we were… No, we-we are in distress. Now, the law says–
– The law? Who is the law? You have taken from me, how am I supposed to get back what you have taken from me? – Coming here was an accident. – Do you really believe
in accidents? – You know what?
Let’s cut the bullshit! There’s– Ugh! – So disappointing.
– You got one shot, asshole, and then three of us are on you
ripping your throat out. – We’re looking for gold. It’s at the edge of the lake,
and we know the spot. No! Please!
Please, please, please. We can give you a share. – We solved the mystery… for the contest. You know, $20,000 in gold? On the radio? We solved all the clues. OK? These are the coordinates,
and you can have it. – Gold, that’s simple enough. Follow my snowmobile tracks
two clicks to the highway. You hurry, you’ll live. – I gotta use the toilet.
– Cheryl! – You people
don’t respect nothing, do you? (Cheryl sighing) (wind blowing) – Awesome! Now, he’s in there
thinking, “$20,000!” Who are you?
Where’s my brother? – I make my decisions, not his. – Goddammit, Lee,
give the mantras a rest! Nobody gives a shit! And YOU gave it away!
And now it’s a race. – I didn’t see you
trying to get us out of there. – It’s always been a race,
and now we’re set to win it. (wind blowing) How cold is it now? – Does it really matter? – Will, I don’t think
I can do this. – I won’t let you fall. – How do we get back up
when we have the gold? – We don’t need to. We’re gonna head out
on the lake. It butts up against the highway. We hitch a ride
back into town. I saw it all on the map. But this,
this here is our quick way down. (wind whistling) – Will, I can’t do this. I can’t do this. With your job and mine,
it’s enough. We can make
the money stretch, maybe… maybe we can
call my dad. I… I-I… – There is no job. I’m sorry. I lied. They let us down.
I didn’t know what to tell you. – You could have
told me the truth. – What is the truth? You move in with
your sister, your parents, I go up to the oil patch; and maybe, if we’re lucky,
in a year, we get our own place? Because that’s what the truth
looks like to me. Listen up. Your legs go
in these two smaller holes. This is around your waist.
But do not touch it at all on the way down. OK, let’s go.
– (Cheryl): Got it, boss. – If you lie to someone,
you’re supposed to do it to protect them,
not to protect yourself! – Dawn, you wanted to go
for this gold when I had the job. We need this. – More than you know. (wind blowing) (sighing) (whimpering in fear) (gasping) (gasping) AH! Stop! Stop, stop, stop, stop! Oh, shit! (gasping) (exhaling audibly) – Dawn! (grunting) – Holy shit, hold onto me!
Hold onto me! (gasping) Ah! – OK. It’s OK. – Ugh! – OK. Oh. (wind blowing) (Lee exhaling audibly) – OK. Let’s go. ♪♪♪ (wind whistling) (Will gasping) We’re making ground! We’re through this,
and we’re on the lake. (Will gasping) – Cheryl? Cheryl! Will! Will! Cheryl. Cheryl? Cheryl?
– Oh, shit! Goddammit! – What’s wrong with her, Will?
What’s wrong with her? It’s alright.
– Pile of snow. – What?
– Pile of snow right there! Pile of snow.
(Lee grunting with effort) – It’s cold!
(Beep!) – Oh, shit!
Temperature dropped. Misjudged it.
She’s hypothermic, she’s gonna…
We’ll warm her up. (Lee grunting) – OK. I’m gonna dig in. – OK.
– OK. Wait, where’s Dawn? DAWN! Oh, shit! I’ll be right back. (wind blowing)
DAWN! DAWN! DAWN! Shit! DAWN! Dawn! Dawn! Dawn! (Lee grunting with effort) – Here. Hold ’em both.
– Come here. – Hold ’em both.
– OK, OK, OK, OK. – I’m… I’m gonna dig in. (Will panting) OK. OK, Lee, she’s coming in. Blanket. Now, light the candles. Matches. (gasping) (bird cawing) Huh? Oh, shit! Shit! – (Lee): What?
– (Dawn): What’s wrong? – (Lee): What is it? – My goddamn boot
was outside the quinzee. (Will screams.) (Will moaning in pain.) – No. (Will gasping) Ah! Hmm! Ah! (Will gasping) – Can you feel it at all? Will, you can walk it off. We’re almost near the gold, and we’re already out here.
– “Walk it off”?! You thought last night was cold? Wait till you get out
on that lake, in the open! We have to go back. – Nobody’s going back up
on that cliff. – It’s cold, yeah,
it’s winter. Same as yesterday.
(Will groaning) If he wants to take the cliff,
let him take the cliff. He’s scared. He’s blowing
this whole thing out of
proportion to keep us from getting the gold.
– I have an hour in this cold till I lose my toes for good. And then it will be my foot! Maybe the bottom half of my leg!
I’ve seen it before! It’s too cold that way!
We have to go back! We wait this out together
until I say. We’re good to go.
– NO! – You’re not
in charge of us, Will! We’re just four people
who met on the road and shared a path, that’s it. – We’re going for the gold, and we’re taking every ounce we can carry. – Hey! Where are you going?
We need to work this out! – Cheryl!… Life throws you a turn,
you gotta stay the course. You’re gonna die on that cliff.
– Lee… Look, Lee. – WE DON’T EVEN KNOW
IF THE GOLD IS OUT THERE! – Yes, we do. – Will, they are going
to take it all. We have to go now. – We go out there now,
and if there is no gold and I lose my leg,
then I have nothing. No life, no job, no home, nothing. I told you… I can figure this out.
– YOU CAN FIGURE IT OUT? A HUNDRED TIMES I’VE HEARD THAT! A hundred times!
– Dawn– – Do you know where that got us?
It got us right here! – We have weathered
storms like this before, and I’ll get us
out of this one, too. – You didn’t get us out
of the last one! It wasn’t an inheritance; it was my dad’s money! And it wasn’t a gift, Will,
it was a loan! My dad and I figured it out. Do you have any idea how that makes me feel? I won’t go back to that. Will, I just want everything to be back
the way it was before all this happened. – You think I don’t want
what we had before?! Dawn! Dawn, it’s too cold!
Dawn, please! HOW LONG BEFORE YOU TURN
A MILLION INTO NOTHING? That’s what I wanna know! – Cheryl? Cheryl… Cheryl, would you
just, just… Cheryl! Would you wait up? (footsteps) ♪♪♪
(wind blowing) (grunting) (sigh) – Ugh!
(gasping) (gasping) ♪♪♪ – Shit! (Cheryl shivering) ♪♪♪ (wind blowing) (sighing) (gasping) ♪♪♪ (branch cracking) (wind blowing) (GPS beeping) (wind whistling) (exhaling audibly) (panting) (exhaling audibly) (GPS beeping regularly) (GPS beeping faster) (GPS beeping slower) (GPS beeping fast) – Holy shit!
– What? This is it!
It’s somewhere around here. Haha! Ah! Hahaha! ♪♪♪
(shivering) – Ah! Ah! Come on. Come on! (exhaling audibly) ♪♪♪ (grunting) (gasping) (grunting) ♪♪♪ – AAAH! AAAAH! (gasping) (breathing returning to normal) (wind blowing) (gasping) (screaming) (grunting) (Will’s scream)
(Dawn panting) – (Cheryl): You just… Good job. Wait.
(grunting with effort) That’s it!
– (Lee): AAH! (Lee grunting with effort) – (Lee): Move, move!
– (Cheryl): Haha! – OK, OK. (Lee grunting with effort) – That’s it! Lift it, Lee! (Lee grunting) (all grunting with effort) Holy shit! (grunting) (gasping) (panting) (Cheryl laughing) (coins clinking) Ah, they burn!
Coins… they’re hurting me. – F-freezing. They’re like ice cubes. – I can’t even feel them! Ha! ♪♪♪ (Will breathing quickly)
(wind blowing) – Ugh! Argh!
(Will panting) (Will gasping) (spitting) Dawn. (wind blowing) (clinking) – You should have
got g-gloves. – OK, OK, OK, OK. Come on, come on.
We’ll come back for it, OK? We-we got enough.
We’ll come back for it. It’s OK.
There’s three more cases here. (footsteps) – So, you’re thinking
you’re just leaving us? And if he’s dead… are you gonna go c-crying
to the cops? (Dawn screaming) (Cheryl coughing) (Cheryl coughing)
– Ah! (clanking) (grunting) (Cheryl moaning) (Cheryl coughing) (Lee moaning)
Cheryl. Cheryl! Cheryl, wh-what happened? (Cheryl moaning)
What happened? (Cheryl coughing) (Cheryl coughing) Cheryl? Cheryl? (Cheryl shivering)
Cheryl? We’ll come back
for it, Cheryl. We’ll come back for it. No, Cheryl. Cheryl,
that’s OK, that’s OK. We’ll come back for it.
– Help me. ♪♪♪
(wind blowing) (panting) (wind howling) (shivering) (wind howling)
(both grunting with effort) (Lee grunting) – No. Cheryl, come on. You-you gotta get up, OK? OK? We gotta move. Right now, right now. I think I heard
the trapper’s snowmobile. We gotta go-go.
– He’s d-dead, Lee. – What? – I poisoned the whiskey… so we could get the gold. But it’s not enough. It’s not enough, is it? – Dawn’s the only one now. – You wait here,
I’m gonna go get Dawn. – You’re gonna have
to kill her. (Cheryl shivering) You can’t trust her. She tried to kill me. – OK. OK. You know,
you have to– – You’ll never be safe, Lee.
– OK. You’re not thinking straight,
and I want you to be warm, OK? Come here. You stay awake! You stay awake! I’ll go get help and you’ll wait here, OK? But you gotta stay awake! You gotta stay awake
for me, Cheryl! (Lee shivering) DAWN! (Lee coughs.) Don’t you fall asleep! You stay awake. You stay awake, Cheryl. (wind blowing) Dawn! Dawn! You stay awake, Cheryl! (Lee coughing) Dawn! Dawn! (Lee coughing) Dawn! Why did you leave us?
– Stay back! (wind blowing)
(Lee shivering) – Cheryl’s done. She can’t go on anymore. We need help. – I just want to get home. – Dawn… Dawn, you can have
all the gold. You can have it all! Everything! Please, help us. She’s dying! – We’re all dying. – OK. OK. OK. OK. OK. No, no. You gotta wake up, Cheryl. Cheryl, you gotta wake up.
You gotta wake up right now. Cheryl? Cheryl? OK. OK, I’ll keep you warm.
I’ll keep you warm. Hold on. Hold on.
Hold on, I got… I got you. OK. OK. OK. You’re gonna be warm now.
Come here. (Lee blowing air) Nope. Nope. Nope. You gotta wake up! You gotta…
You gotta wake up, please! We’ll be… Wake up! You gotta wake up! (crying) You wake up now! Wake up now! ♪♪♪ ♪♪♪
(moaning softly) (wind blowing) ♪♪♪
(snowmobile humming) ♪♪♪
(wind blowing) (gasping) – DAWN! (clicking) (gunshot) DAWN! (clicking) (gunshot) ♪♪♪ – Dawn! Will tried to shoot me
from the cliff. – Will’s alive. Oh, God! ♪♪♪ (Dawn panting) – Argh! (Dawn gasping) ♪♪♪ Argh! AAAH! – Oh! Ah! Ah! Ah! Ah!
(Dawn moaning) – This wasn’t supposed
to happen. – AH!
– Ugh! (Lee groaning)
(Dawn gasping) ♪♪♪ – Shit! AH!
♪♪♪ (gasping) ♪♪♪ (wind blowing) (moaning softly) (gunshot) (gunshot reverberation)
(wind blowing) (gunshot) (whispering): Will… – Dawn… Dawn… (wind blowing) ♪♪♪ (wind blowing) ♪♪♪ ♪♪♪
(wind blowing) – (woman):Mr. Evans?Mr. Evans?Mr. Evans? Mr. Evans, I’m Dr. Reese. You’re waking up in
Valley Memorial Health Center. – Hmm… Dawn?
– I’m sorry to wake you, but there’s a police officer
here who needs to ask you some important questions. – He can hear? – Yeah, his hearing
seems to be fine. – Dawn? Where’s my wife? – Mr. Evans, I’m very sorry,
your wife is dead. And your companions,
Lee and Cheryl Davidovic, there was some violence, but exposure
is what killed them. Trapper by the name
of Jacob Campbell, also dead. Are there any other bodies
out there I should know about, Mr. Evans?
– No. (Will sighs.) – Why did you go out there? – We were looking for gold. Did they find any? ♪♪♪ (sobbing) – Thank you, Mr. Evans.It was just
the four of them, Al.♪♪♪
He doesn’t know they found it. Cormac? He’s on his way to being
incinerated as a John Doe. There’s more out there, Al. Tonight. ♪♪♪ ♪♪♪