The ambulance's point of view shows us the truck pulling into the warehouse. The building is empty, bare.
Shot of Teresa staring at the dead brother.
Shot of McNotahey listening to the sound of Teresa staring at his dead brother. McNotahey gets out of the truck. The music tries desperately to make us care.
Through a window I don't understand somewhere on the ambulance, Teresa sees McNotahey walk around the ambulance. McNotahey walks away to some undetermined location, allowing Teresa time enough to pick up the cell phone, find the handless headset in the pocket of the jacket (how well does she know her driver, huh?), put it into the phone, and put the earpiece in. Somehow, during all of this, she put on one glove again. Just one, though. Wait. They're both gone, again. No gloves, now. As Teresa unquietly shouts into the headset, "Hello? Can you hear me?" we switch to the point of view of the warehouse, as the heavy door is shut. "So far," Teresa pants into the headset. Through that unspecified window, we see McNotahey approaching the vehicle again. "Okay, he's coming back," Teresa says, not putting her hair down to cover the earpiece she's wearing, nor worried about the fact that she's holding the earpiece to her head as she talks loudly. One glove on, again. McNotahey opens the back of the unlocked ambulance door that Teresa never tried to escape out of, and asks how his brother is doing. Gloves off, Teresa answers that he's fine. She "casually" asks where they are. McNotahey, realizing that his brother just might be dead, asks, "Why?" Teresa says she needs to know what kind of supplies they have there. McNotahey asks what she needs. "Antibiotics. Some whole blood." McNotahey notes that this is an ambulance, and that they should have that stuff there. Teresa -- suddenly with a New York accent -- loudly explains again that she's been kidnapped by a man whose brother has a bullet in his chest and has threatened to kill her if she doesn't fix him. She repeats that there are things that she needs. McNotahey asks for a minute to think about where those things might be. Teresa: "Okay, well, while you're thinking, do you think you could...get me some water?" Then, with fear in her voice, she asks, "Or do they not have water here?"