Sci-fi adventure. Having discovered the truth behind the Navy's interference with the Bermuda Triangle, the team face a race against time to stop the Navy making things far worse.
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You all right?
You gonna be able to get us home?
That's my definite plan.
MAN ON RADIO: ..Brace themselves
for several days of rain, gales...
Where's Heather's grandfather?
Why were you bringing him here?
HOWARD: It's his discovery in the Atlantic
that started whatever it is that's happening out there.
And he died in the crash?
He had a wife.
But what was it he discovered?
That, er, the navy is definitely conducting
some sort of experiment -
Well, that's not exactly...
Tests involving exotic matter.
Yeah, it is. I know.
But I'm telling you, I have interviewed
hundreds of nut jobs in my time,
and this man is credible.
He can say anything.
Yeah, but what if it's true?
Huh? What... what if it's true?
Exotic matter only exists in theory.
Yeah, but so did x-rays and radio waves
and atoms and a round Earth.
Yeah, it's nuts, I'll...
I'll grant you that. It's nuts.
But what if there's even a slight possibility
that exotic matter exists?
That might be why the navy's all over it.
This could explain
the electromagnetic anomalies and wormholes.
So they're screwing with time-space,
hoping to do what, exactly?
They're building a weapon.
Come on. This is... it's the military.
It's really so shocking?
You realise this could be the answer
to Benirall's disappearing ships,
to everything we've been experiencing,
all of it.
So, now that we know,
what can we possibly do about it?
Stop it. Hey, come on, Dad.
What do you think you're doing?
Ruben, listen to me.
Something's happening here.
Look at this storm.
We've got to go get your mother.
We gotta get out of here.
We gotta get away from Florida.
As far away from here as possible.
He in there?
Yeah, he's been locked in there for hours,
refusing to see anyone.
Until I told him you wanted to see him.
HOWARD: You OK?
Uh! It's like a vice.
Never felt it like this before.
He's painted everything.
There's no reflections.
You already suspected the navy was doing
something out there in the Atlantic.
Put some Glenfiddich in that,
and I might drink it.
But how could anything
the navy's doing out there be capable of...
we think they... they may be exploring
some radical new energy source.
We believe they're developing
some sort of new weapon.
This storm - storms naturally build.
This one isn't doing that.
It's spontaneously generating
out over the Atlantic.
So, the navy's controlling the weather
to develop a new weapon.
Well, maybe the weather is just a symptom of...
This is Bourbon.
What has any of this to do with the Triangle,
and my ships disappearing, and the damn visions?
Visions that you're all having.
What the navy is doing could be affecting
the entire electromagnetic balance
of that region of ocean.
Can we be sure of any of this?
No, we can't be sure,
but if only a part of it is true...
Look, people are still crossing the Atlantic.
The weather is hitting the state.
They've done absolutely nothing
about warning anybody.
We've gotta do that.
You mean, like, hold a press conference?
Like, go on TV and say the navy's making it rain
and making ships disappear.
That's very good, Mr Thomas.
Just like one of your articles.
Hey, you asked us to bring you an answer.
Well, we believe... the four of us believe
that this might be your answer.
At least, all that we can uncover.
Only the navy knows the rest.
Very well, then, we shall ask them.
Them who? The navy?
Is Douglas still in town?
I spoke with his adjutant just this morning.
The secretary of the navy.
And he just happens
to be in Florida right now.
CAR DOOR CLOSES
Mr Benirall, this way.
Wait here, please.
Look at Benirall.
What about him?
Eric. You look...
I know how I look, Doug.
I'm sorry some of my people
showed up at your office yesterday.
I didn't know until you told me.
If I'd known,
I surely would have contacted you personally.
Well, as you can see,
we've got a little something cooking here.
Oh, but, of course, that's...
that's why you're all here, isn't it?
I'm grateful you came to me.
So, tell me,
what exactly is it you think that we are doing
out there in the Atlantic?
They think you're performing
some kind of test out there,
some kind of weapons test out there.
We believe, sir, that you are screwing with
the molecular stability of that entire region.
Are any of you physicists?
We may not have the expertise, but...
But we damn well know what we saw.
What we were experiencing...
Douglas, what the hell
are you people up to?
Have any of you heard of the Philadelphia Experiment?
An experiment supposedly conducted in the 1940s.
Story goes that the navy rigged
one of its battleships with giant electromagnets
and then tried to mess with the molecular...
With the ship's molecular fidelity.
They were trying to make it invisible.
But, big surprise,
everything went horribly wrong.
Sailors started disappearing
independent of the ship.
There were even reports of some of them
melting into the walls and deck.
But the navy's always denied it.
The ship was the USS Eldridge.
The year was 1943,
the height of World War II.
The concept would, indeed, render the ship invisible.
So, are you saying the navy's out there
trying to do the same thing again?
Yeah, but if it didn't work the first time...
Oh, it worked. It just didn't work
the way the eggheads of that time expected it to.
And there was one other repercussion -
that's the secret we've been
so carefully guarding all these years.
A tear? What do you mean, tear?
A dimensional tear.
For some reason, it centred itself
out in the South Atlantic.
That area has always been a nexus
for unexplained phenomena.
Damn it, Douglas. If the...
if the navy's always known this...
if you've always known this,
why haven't you warned anyone?
I've lost ships...
Ships? Hell, how many innocent people
have been lost?
Think about what you're asking -
a quarantine area over 14,000 square miles.
How, exactly, do you suggest that we do that?
Well, you could begin by accepting responsibility
and blame for what you've done.
you never do that, so...
So, all these ships,
planes, people -
where have they gone?
Through the tear.
Another dimension, another time.
So the navy's actually known about
the existence of the Bermuda Triangle
for years because they caused it.
So why is it taking
more of my ships now?
Why are we having these visions?
Because the tear has continued to expand exponentially
in size and intensity...
You know, we were the people who first
coined the phrase Bermuda Triangle.
Everybody always thought it came from some...
journalist in the sixties.
But, to us,
the Triangle always represented that ever-expanding tear.
The increase in disappearances,
the distortions in space-time,
the aberrant weather -
that is all because we are approaching
something that my people call
the crux event.
We've known it was coming since 1971.
Back then, our scientists were able to extrapolate
the precise date and time in the distant future
when the event would arrive.
They determined it would occur
At 23.06 and 19 seconds Eastern Standard Time...
What's gonna happen?
We have no real consensus,
but every opinion from every expert
has always started with the rather colourful phrase,
"God help us."
Well, you sound pretty cavalier about it.
Because we are gonna stop it.
I've been part of the navy's secretary's office
for 46 years.
I've been the actual secretary
for the last 17 of those,
through nine different administrations.
All because I took point on this project.
I was an ensign on the Eldridge.
My entire career,
everything I've done since that day,
aboard that ship,
has been aimed at one thing...
..finding a way to close Pandora's box.
What can you do to stop it?
A back blast.
A back blast issued at a precise moment
before the crux event.
The tear will close permanently.
The Triangle gone -
You know, other people have been affected -
have been injured by what you're doing.
We're in a war here.
A war with the forces of nature herself.
Why tell us about this now?
Because you've come as far as you have.
Because you know as much as you do.
And in less than six hours,
this will be all over.
Even if you were insane enough to try to stop it,
what could you do?
Who could you possibly tell that matters?
All we want to do is finally put an end
to this...nightmare that we ourselves began.
That's all we're trying to do.
what do you want to talk about?
Well, the first question - do we believe him?
You might have noticed the man's leg.
Could be an injury from some other thing.
You ever see another amputation
at an angle like that?
Enough about the leg. Do we believe him?
Certainly all fits,
at least from what he told us.
They could be doing anything out there.
You know how many cover stories
they come up with on a daily basis?
EMILY: What's his motivation for lying to us?
What's his motivation
for telling us the truth?
Well, he's very proud of what he's doing.
I mean, if they are fixing this horrible wrong
that they created half a century ago,
maybe he wants people to know about it.
He's dedicated his entire adult life to it.
BRUCE: Well, like the man said,
we're certainly no threat.
Well, Benirall's the one that could make
the biggest stink for him.
Benirall seemed very relieved
Guess we'll know at 11.00 tonight.
Yeah. I wonder...
if anything'll be different
when we wake up tomorrow.
Ah, we'll know when we wake up
and we're all missing a foot.
They don't know anything.
Wait a second. I know exactly
what's going to happen to us tomorrow.
We're gonna get our 5 million.
Come on. We did it.
What we were contracted to do.
We brought Benirall his answer.
No, we didn't.
Well, we led him to it. We did.
Come on, people.
It's Miller time.
Imagine we wake up tomorrow,
all of our crazy visions gone,
the Triangle gone -
everything back to normal.
Don't need normal. Stable.
Whatever. But 5 million richer, each.
The world is gonna change tomorrow.
Talk about stability?
MAN ON TV: ..Doesn't seem to matter
whether it's mammal, reptile, or bird.
For some inexplicable reason, they're all in a highly,
highly agitated state.
Dad? What are you doing here?
Just checking in.
Wanted to see how you're doing.
OK, I guess.
You could've just called.
No, no, I couldn't,
cos I wanted to see you.
Have you talked to Mindy or Mom?
I left messages.
You know, you...
you can't just show up unannounced.
It's OK, honey.
Hey, do you think you could give me
a couple of minutes alone with your mom?
Dr Geller. Yes, Marie?
We've been pulling data from multiple sources,
and Darren started -
you know Darren? First-year Darren.
Well, Darren started accidentally entering
incorrect positional coordinates,
and before he realised it,
he'd pulled satellite data
from several other continents.
I really appreciate all your hard work,
and everybody's hard work.
But most importantly,
he also didn't clear the settings
after each array shift...
OK, OK. We can start dialling them back.
He was receiving...
Basically, you can stop.
It's... I know it's normally a bad thing,
but you should take a look at Darren's data.
I don't need to.
I've already got my answer.
I had it handed to me, actually.
Would you take a look at it anyway?
Or should I just send everybody home?
There you are.
What about this weather?
I know you don't like to eat
with your boring old mom,
but...well, I was hoping
you weren't planning
to go back out on a night like this.
I'd like that very much.
Like I said,
I can't give you all the details,
it's just... it's too much.
And without all the details,
you'd just flat-out think that I was nuts.
it's actually pretty credible.
Maybe it's more than just credible.
I don't know.
But the...the concept itself is huge.
I don't know. This could be
This could be the big story.
Why are you here?
..something may be happening tonight.
Nothing...nothing bad, I don't think,
I just wanted to spend some time with you.
Something may be happening tonight?
Could you be more cryptic? What?
Nothing. It's probably nothing, OK?
On the other hand, after tomorrow,
miracle of miracles,
on account of... because of this story,
there may be the possibility
of some money coming my way.
Not positive. It's just a possibility.
One of the aspects of this story has
to do with temporal displacement.
The idea of multiverses,
all the different directions
a person's life can go.
For example, if you choose
to drive down a certain street,
you get in an accident.
But if you pick a different street,
or leave the house one second later,
then you miss the accident and everything's fine.
Or you decide to ditch your college reunion,
and go to some obscure foreign film.
You buy a coke,
which you then proceed to spill
all over the very pretty girl sitting on the aisle.
Or you choose to spend so much time working
that you don't listen.
You don't share yourself, your life,
with the people that matter.
The lesson being, I guess, that
if there are all these different paths,
then...then maybe it's not too late
to change the one you're on.
There may be some money in this story.
That should do us. Actually,
it's quite nice.
So, where was I? Oh, bridge.
So, Donna bids three no trump.
I mean, you know, that's Donna.
John thinks it's her hip medication.
Makes her...well, kinda spacey.
No - hip or knee?
It's Caroline that's hip.
what's the matter with you tonight?
You've hardly taken a single bite.
You're not back on that crazy diet?
Well, it can't be the food.
I know how you feel about lamb chops.
They've always been my favourite.
What is it with this weather?
Well, by tomorrow, it should be over.
Did you hear that on the radio?
Because, er, everything I've heard,
the weather people have no idea
what's going to happen.
Heard it from someone who...
seemed to know what he was talking about.
That doesn't sound like you.
What do your own instincts tell you?
That he may be wrong.
Mmm. That sounds more like my Emmy.
I'm gonna ask you a question. It...uh,
may seem strange.
What's your name?
What do you mean, what's my name?
I need to know your name.
Laura. Laura Farrell.
Why what, dear?
Why would you give me up? Why did you...?
Give you up? What has gotten into you?
Emily, now you're scaring me.
I would never, ever...
When I was a week old.
Oh, my God.
How did you...?
When your father abandoned me,
just before you were born,
I had no way to take care of you.
The nuns at the hospital and my father
wanted me to give you up.
I almost did.
I couldn't bring myself to do it.
I love you so very much.
TV: ..At 37,000 feet,
when their plane just began to drop.
Although still unconfirmed, an airline source told us
that the plane might have dropped
almost the entire distance,
free-falling for over two minutes
before the crew
was able to regain control
and level off... INDISTINCT
..Throughout the entire southern half
of the state
in a pattern that defies explanation.
In most cases,
it is the complete grid that is failing.
With only sections...
Can I help you?
I interviewed you, right?
You're the Greenpeace guy.
I-I don't know where else I can...
Please help me.
It's the latest from the Pacific Rim.
They're registering a huge increase
in tropospheric ozone.
50 points in the last hour.
What's the latest from the Poles?
Who's got the station in the Antarctic?
This isn't just the Atlantic.
It's spreading everywhere. What is happening?
What if they're wrong?
HOWARD: Bruce, Bruce, you gotta listen to me.
He's experiencing the same thing we are.
I had never seen that little boy
before in my life.
But, we might be able to learn something...
He was my son. My wife told me he was my son.
Based on the story he's telling you,
he's the damned poster child
for everything that's been going on.
I started to care about him and...
and then he was gone. HONKS HORN
And now my... my whole family's gone
just like that!
And now my house is empty
and there's a "for sale" sign out front.
Nothing's making sense.
HONKS HORN: Come on!
Look at this. What?
Waves aren't linear.
They're a patterned phenomenon.
Yeah, but that can't be.
If the Philadelphia Experiment
had caused a tear,
that's a wedge phenomenon.
That's not a pattern.
This is Meeno.
Listen, we've got data that suggests,
that the events taking place around us
cannot be caused by a tear.
It's travelling outwards, globally.
The navy's had all their own people
on this for decades...
Yeah, decades means
lots of turnover in staff.
Newbies coming on a project tend to accept
the assumptions of their predecessors.
Are you telling us
the navy doesn't know about this?
You wanna know how we know what we know?
What if the Triangle effect
could be rippling out
You toss a pebble in the lake
and the effects ripple outward
from the point of origin...
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
But the effects are getting stronger.
A pebble in the lake,
the ripples gradually diminish.
They don't increase.
If all this is the result of the '40s experiment,
then it should have been strongest back then, not...
But we're not talking about something moving
in three dimensions, it's travelling in...
Fourth dimension is time.
So the effects of this more powerful event
could be moving forward
and backward in time.
The closer we get to the moment, it's...
The stronger it gets?
If that's true, then this back blast
the navy's about to set off
isn't gonna stop anything at all.
It's gonna cause it.
Sheedy's worst case scenario.
Everything could just cease to exist.
What do you mean?
He means whatever's been happening
to all those ships and planes,
happens to everything.
So, what... what can we do?
We-we tell them.
That's not going to work. We've only got two hours.
We need more time.
How do we get that?
You create it.
You get up in their faces
so they can't set off their...their...
whatever it is.
Confront them, head on.
Hell of a boat!
Must be your pride and joy.
My family was my pride and joy.
I'm going down.
We almost there?
We're cutting this really close!
It's already after 11.00.
If this works, we need to know what to do first,
what to say first. We need to be prepared.
Are you laughing?
I finally see. You remember that...
person I saw on the other side
of the mirror behind Benirall?
It's Winston! He has a brother.
He disappeared on one of the family ships
a few years ago.
That's what this whole thing
has been about for Benirall.
It's about finding his brother.
Better get back up here!
Oh, my God!
It's what they think they're gonna stop!
We've got company!
Can you go any faster?!
Bravo one-seven engage at 7.4 alpha.
Engaging, bravo one-seven.
All right, Mr Greenpeace,
We have to get close to where they're going.
Delta one-five, fire at will.
We lost power!
We must be close to the site!
We've lost power.
I'm getting no response.
It's too late!
Here you go, doctor.
EMILY: It's happening!
EMILY: Oh, my God!
BRUCE: Howard, what are you doing?
Howard, what are you doing?!
MAN ON PHONE: ..You there? Hello?
Do you want to leave a message for Dr Geller?
My God, what is that?
We got it!
This is Karl Sheedy.
My God, what happened to you?
Give me your phone.
let me use it.
I know what's going to happen.
I know everything...
that's going to happen.
What? I'm not crazy. I'm not crazy.
I-I-I'm not making this up.
I'm not hallucinating. Stan died over this.
I'm not about to let him down over this.
It's Howard Thomas.
Listen, we've got something,
and I need to see Benirall right now.
Yeah, I know he's not there.
He's holed up in his office. He's not seeing anybody.
No, it doesn't matter how I know.
You tell him that we're coming by
and we've got to see him now, all right?
He'll see us, I know he will.
Yes. Yes. It's rippling backwards.
You know this because you lived this before?
Well, everything he's saying is possible.
Atoms aren't really solid at all.
They're loaded with space. In fact, they're mostly space.
The only reason
I can't put my hand through this car door
is because the door's atoms and mine are operating
on a mutually interactive frequency.
But if you could somehow
change the frequency of the atoms in your hand,
your hand would or could
theoretically pass right through that door.
Since we also see along the same frequency
visible light wave lengths,
the door would also seem to disappear.
Any body would.
Like a ship or a plane.
But it would continue to exist in some other dimension?
So all the planes, the ships,
all the people over all these years...
they aren't gone? They may have simply
been knocked out of phase with our world
and actually continue to exist?
ACKERMAN: Look, I know you want to see Mr Benirall.
But he's in no sh...
Hey, who the hell is this?
Mr Benirall is not...
EMILY: There's been a new wrinkle.
Turn on the light.
Mr Benirall, let me tell you something
that's going to sound absolutely incredible.
But we have your answer.
We know what's causing the Triangle.
EMILY: This could be the answer.
BRUCE: The theory has to do with space-time -
a ripple that travels backwards...
OK, you have to believe us.
There isn't time for you not to believe us.
HOWARD AND BENIRALL: Glenfiddich in that
and I might drink it.
I-I've experienced this before.
We've been here like this before.
In just a couple of hours,
the navy is going to trigger something in the Atlantic.
Something that sets off
some sort of massive chain reaction
that will change the world forever
unless we do something.
We do have reason to believe
that there is some facility
that's been built out in the Atlantic.
An enormous device underwater.
I know for a fact it was built.
Who are you?
This is Karl Sheedy.
ALL TALK AT ONCE
Listen to me, please!
Now the secretary of the navy, Weist,
he's here in Miami.
You've got to get us in to see him.
He's here in town. You know he is.
You are truly out of your mind.
Weist can stop this.
We've just got to explain it to him.
We've got to get Sheedy there.
I'm not letting you anywhere near the secretary of the navy.
You did it before!
Get off him!
Listen, you've got a brother - Winston.
He disappeared in the Triangle, didn't he?
You've been trying to find him.
Well, he might still be alive.
Stopping what's about to happen
could be your only chance of ever
knowing for sure.
We've got to stop this.
Come on, mate. Let's do this smart.
We need some sort of plan!
HOWARD: What took you guys so long?
EMILY: Hey, we almost left you in there.
What convinced you to bail me out?
What if you're right?
What time's this thing supposed to happen?
It's after 11.00. 11.06.
That's less than two hours.
There's only one option left - the Greenpeace way.
Let me drive.
MAN ON RADIO: ..Massive flooding throughout South Beach
and surrounding areas has left hundreds stranded.
As intensity strengthens, voluntary evacuation...
TURNS OFF RADIO
I-I was just coming to...
Coming to see me. Yeah, I know.
Listen, at the boat yard
you've got a fast cigarette boat, right?
Really fast one?
This is all about getting him inside.
Whatever we do,
we've got to get him inside.
Get you talking to your partner,
to anyone who'll listen.
I can't believe we're doing this.
Hey, this is my second go.
What makes you think
this time will be any different?
Well, we're a little earlier this time.
You better get back up here.
Deja vu all over again.
Navy - the scientists.
They have to have all seen this.
You think that's what they're gonna stop?
Bravo one-seven engage at 7.4 alpha.
Engaging bravo one-seven.
What the hell are you doing?
We've got to get away from them.
Closer to where they're setting this thing off.
Hey, this was your idea.
Base, this is Nighthawk 3.
The craft isn't identified.
Please advise. Repeat - please advise.
MAN: Attention, all departments.
We are at 18 minutes to primary event.
Stage one of five is now complete.
We are at stage two and counting.
Repeat, stage two of five and counting.
Dr Osserman. Welcome, sir.
We've got a code 3, sir.
We have any sort of ID on the craft?
No, sir. Fast boat like that could be drugs.
This far out?
They're within the zone, sir.
Shouldn't I notify project hierarchy?
Signal your people. Authorise action one.
Action one. My direct order.
Delta one-five, fire at will.
Off! Everybody off!
MAN: Let's go!
We know what you're doing here.
You've got to let us talk to someone.
Someone whose job it is other than to shove me.
Hey, tell Osserman Karl Sheedy is here.
Tell him Dr Sheedy's here.
Tell him he's got it all wrong.
What are you looking for?
MAN: Stage 3, we are at stage three of 5.
Seven minutes until primary event.
Seven minutes and counting.
What is it?
H-how could he be...?
Somebody said a boat breached the perimeter.
In a boat?
he said you've got it all wrong.
We're too late.
No. We finish what we came here to do.
MAN: Stage 4.
We are now under three minutes and counting.
I couldn't believe you.
How did you...?
What in blazes are you doing here?
Doctor, we have to talk to you.
EMILY: What you're about to do,
you have to stop.
Listen to them, Victor.
Is that what this is all about?
Sir, we really have to get back.
You voiced your reservations years ago
when you left the project,
and now you're here, like this?
My God, Karl.
BRUCE: Doctor, we have data
that you don't have.
You've got to listen to us,
it's vitally important.
Just listen to us for five minutes.
You think you're gonna fix a tear,
but it's not a tear, it's a ripple.
You're actually gonna cause the Triangle...
You're...you're about to end everything.
Victor, you and I, we argued.
Always. Over everything.
Alforn-McAfee paper, remember?
I thought we were
going to kill each other.
But in the end, you were right.
And I was 100% wrong.
One of us was always right.
This time, Victor,
What the hell is going on here?
On his authority, sir.
He said it was project specific.
Get 'em out of here. Now.
For God's sake, Victor.
Are you the guy in charge here?
Because you really need to listen to us.
HOWARD: Sir, we know what you're hoping to do here.
There isn't time to make you understand
how we know, but we know.
BRUCE: You've gotta put the brakes on this thing.
You've gotta give us a chance to explain.
I know it seems crazy, sir, but it's possible,
Now wait just one minute.
you are suggesting now that...
MAN: We are now under three minutes and counting.
We know you were on the Eldridge,
and your leg, we know about your leg.
Listen, what you're about to do
isn't going to stop the crux event
that you're so afraid of,
it's going to cause it.
You've got to shut it down.
Sir, you've got to shut it down,
you've got to listen to us.
30 years we've known this was coming.
We must countervail this crux event
or we lose everything.
But you're wrong!
No, you've got to listen to them.
You don't know what's goin' on up there!
there's something out there.
Anybody got a clue what's goin' on?
We've made it.
We're officially within range
of the coordinates he gave us,
but now I strongly recommend we turn to
and get the hell away from whatever those things are.
We get in range,
and then we go all stop.
We're a methane tanker, full load...
138,000 cubic meters.
And those look electrical.
One of them gets close enough to this lady,
there's gonna be a very, very big splash.
I said all stop!
She's a methane tanker.
I don't give a damn about one ship.
It's methane. If it goes,
it takes this whole facility with it.
We're not talking about just this facility.
We're talking everything.
Don't trigger it.
Sir, we don't have any solid proof
to put before you,
but you have to take us at our word.
Please, I'm begging you.
MAN: 8, 7, 6...
5, 4, 3...
We are at primary event.
I got...I got more of them.
Sea, or air?
Both, there are dozens of them,
maybe even hundreds
and they're not approaching.
MAN: We are at primary event, waiting...
What do you mean they're not approaching?
They're just appearing all around us.
It's all the ships and planes
that were taken by the Triangle.
That means it's over.
That means it's over.
That means it's over.
You weren't gonna do it.
We...we did it.
We closed the Triangle.
And more to the point,
the Triangle never happens at all.
Never happened at all.
Tell Mama I'll be outside.
Hey, babe, look, I know,
I'm running late, OK? Egregiously late.
Who is this?
OK, I totally deserve that.
I'll be there as fast as I can,
faster, I promise.
I hope this means you still love me.
We're gonna be taking
both of those kids to emergency.
What do you expect?
After all, they're just like their father.
You slept all night
in that chair again, didn't you?
You know how bad that is for your leg.
I'll start breakfast.
WOMAN ON PHONE: Hello?
Is anyone there?
I'm calling for Laura Farrell.
Yes, who is this calling, please?
It's about your daughter.
I'm afraid you've mistaken me
for someone else.
Who is this, please?
I think you should think about moving out.
What are you doing?
Hey, I don't want to move out.
The problems we've been having...
All of the problems.
I want us to work them out.
I'm willing...to do whatever I have to...
What do you mean, "this time"?
Nothing's ever written in stone.
How's the family?
How's the boyfriend?
It's not workin' out.
So, you're gonna stay?
Stick with Gina and...?
WINSTON: I must admit...
I only comprehend perhaps one percent
of what you've set down here.
I think, if I understand you correctly,
your basic claim is that the four of you
entered some kind of arrangement with my company.
The basic tenet of which was
that if you discovered
the secret behind something called...
..the Bermuda Triangle,
you would each receive 5 million.
Is that correct?
We really should be talking
with your brother,
he's the one who made the offer,
he'd be the one who remembered.
No, you are talking to the right person.
I am the company's chief financial officer.
Thank you, Ackerman.
Now you referred to escrow accounts
and bank deposit slips.
That's right. Deposit slips.
We were given deposit slips.
Where are they now?
We don't have them.
Ah, well, you see, I would remember that.
Indeed, I would have had to sign for sums that large.
So I thank you for your time.
I agreed to see you because collectively
and your reputations are such that...
Listen, if we could only speak with your brother.
I've allowed you to waste my time,
so you wouldn't waste my brother's.
Frankly, this is all somewhat preposterous.
So good day.
(The only reason you're here today
(is cos we changed the world.)
Mr Ackerman will see you out.
BRUCE: Hey, we remember.
It was worth a shot to see if Benirall did.
Yeah, but why do we remember?
I mean, maybe
it's everything we went through.
Hey - you were dead, now you're alive.
That's how your world changed.
You came out great.
Me, I've got family, responsibilities.
And a bum leg.
Did you ever find out how that, uh...?
Caught in a diving trip in the Aleutians.
not so lucky.
This reality -
think we'll ever get used to saying that?
This is our reality now.
Eventually, we'll get used to it.
What about Meeno?
I talked to him this morning.
Well, that's it.
I guess this is goodbye,
seein' as we never actually...
I don't know that it's really over.
I mean, like Weist said...
..that part of the Atlantic's
always been home to some strange phenomena.
Comin' to bed?
Yeah. I'll be there in a minute.
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Three-part sci-fi adventure. When billionaire shipping magnate Eric Benirall discovers that he is losing several ships a year in the Bermuda Triangle he becomes convinced that there is a connection and calls in a team of four experts to investigate. At first they make some remarkable discoveries, but someone is determined to stop them.
Having worked out the cause of their bizarre visions and discovered the shocking truth behind the Navy's interference with the Bermuda Triangle, the team face a race against time to stop the Navy making things far, far worse.