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The Parts You Lose

The Parts You Lose

"The Parts You Lose" is a gripping 2019 thriller film directed by Christopher Cantwell. The movie follows Wesley, a young boy played by Danny Murphy, who befriends a wounded fugitive portrayed by Aaron Paul. As their friendship deepens, Wesley becomes entangled in a dangerous game of secrecy, loyalty, and self-discovery. Mary Elizabeth Winstead delivers a stellar performance as Wesley's concerned mother, Gail. The tension rises as the characters navigate their treacherous circumstances, ultimately leading to an intense climax. The film's atmospheric soundtrack, composed by Dustin O'Halloran, perfectly complements the suspenseful narrative. You can immerse yourself in the soundscape of "The Parts You Lose" by visiting the website and enjoying the option to play and download the music.

A couple of days. A week. I don't know.
A little longer than I thought.
A strap wrench?
A tiger.
About the only thing my daddy wouldn't let me do
About these galvanized nails he got up in August.
After that injury last year that set him back,
Again, come on!
Again!
All it took...
All our hard earned tax dollars at work.
All right, what's that one?
All right! Hey!
All right?
All right?
All right.
All right.
All right.
All right.
All right.
All right.
And a few weeks later,
And all I gotta do is...
And anything you don't,
And don't be late.
And ever since then,
And every time that furnace started acting up...
And go down together.
And he is going to be happy with that score, Rob.
And he wouldn't come back up until those radiators were hot.
And I believe that. I really do.
And I learned how to track,
And I ripped his heart out.
And I squeezed it so tight...
And I when I did,
And I would say,
And I'm going to name every damn last one of them.
And it's going to land real soon.
And it's going to land right here,
And it's my job
And just sits there.
And learn about
And meet with the inventory guys and all that, so...
And no one...
And one day, I found that mean ol' tiger.
And one short order cook employed by the hotel
And see what he's got me lined up for on the next rig.
And swing that thing like you mean it!
And the only person
And then some,
And to the Republic for which it stands...
And we hauled off the horses,
Annabelle.
Anyone else know you're here?
Apparently, cedar kills zinc,
Are traveling at different speeds?
Are you hungry?
Are you really sure?
As long as it takes.
Aunt Dotty said they opened a new indoor flea market.
Aw, Jesus Christ. Look.
Baby, you can't have crocodile for dessert.
Backed up traffic all the way to Deerpoint Square.
Bait him.
Because I am starving.
Because if I find out that you are lying,
Because we meet all kinds of people,
Being this far away from the interstate, huh?
Besides fruit snacks?
Besides, you wouldn't want to come with me anyhow.
Best two out of three?
Better.
Bit it clean off.
Bring 'em both here.
But he can't get me there if he can't find me.
But I guess that's just what happens.
But sunny days lie ahead."
But that means I'll have to open at 6:00
But the doctor's not until 4:00,
But then Edna called and said...
But, you know, what about in a couple of years?
Can he...?
Can I ask you a personal question?
Can I call you back?
Can I fucking help you?
Can I offer you more, sweetie?
Can we just drop it!
Can you write it down, for Christ's sake?
Can't sleep?
Caused a whole bunch of ruckus.
Clean 'em,
Come here.
Come on, son.
Come on, Tiger. Up.
Come on, try again.
Come on!
Come on.
Come on.
Come on.
Come on.
Come on.
Come on.
Come on. Come on!
Could you pass me the salt?
Crocodile!
Crocodile?
Daddy's home.
Dammit.
Dammit.
Deer... foxes... moose?
Did I say we were done?
Did the kid at school do that to you?
Did you come here to watch TV with your old man?
Did you ever think of that?
Did you tell anyone about me?
Do a little fishing.
Do you like getting pushed around?
Do you like it?
Don't go crying.
Don't say I didn't warn you.
Don't worry.
Don't you got school today?
Down at the Garson.
Dr. Norbury to O.R. 2.
Driving down to Grafton on Saturday.
Early morning patrons were startled yesterday
Eat shit, retard.
Even all them cats.
Even though Russell County law enforcement
Every step.
Everybody in position?
Everything in his power to try to escape,
Figures.
File their hooves,
Fisher came in crazy today
Fishing.
For all."
For dessert.
For which...
Four out of the five men have been apprehended.
From a horse rancher down in Duncan.
Get in.
Get over here.
Get the fuck out of here.
Get!
Getting the boat ready for the spring,
Give it a go.
Give it here!
Give it here.
Give me your bag.
Go, go, go, go, go.
Go. Help your father.
Goddammit.
Going?
Good.
Got all these awful streaks on it.
Haul their shit.
He bigger than you?
He said there was some kind of commotion
He was staying over at Richie's place.
He'd march his ass down there into that basement,
He's going to be doing
He's gotta be happy about that tonight.
He's trying to wrangle Cooper out.
Her, her family...
Here comes the Retard Rocket!
Here.
Here.
Here.
Here's what you're going to do.
Hey there, Tiger.
Hey, babies, whatcha doin'?
Hey, baby.
Hey, do you know any cusses?
Hey, I was thinking about
Hey, look at this.
Hey, Tiger.
Hey, Tiger. Uh...
Hey, you can't stay here.
Hey!
Hey!
Hey!
Hey!
Hey!
Hey?
Hey.
Hey.
Hey.
Hey.
Hey.
Hey.
Hey.
Hey. Come on.
Hey. Hey!
Hey. Look at that. Right there.
Hey...
Hey...
Hmm.
Hmm.
Hmm.
Hmm.
How about this one?
How come you got boogers in your hair?
How many marbles...
How old are ya?
How to rope.
Huh?
Huh?
Hungry?
Hungry?
I already canceled the credit card just to be sure.
I can get her.
I can't believe I'm getting used to these damn things.
I can't stay here no more.
I can't...
I couldn't sleep.
I decided that I just had to go down there and see for myself.
I don't know what that means.
I don't know what you two were doing up anyway.
I don't know, Mom. I don't know.
I don't know.
I don't see anything. I'll check around back.
I feel bad enough as it is already, all right?
I got a daughter your age.
I got him.
I guess my daddy figured
I have to, you know, because otherwise...
I imagine...
I just assumed