The Midnight Man

Synopsis: When Grady, an assassin with a genetic disorder that renders him unable to feel pain, is sent on a high-stakes assignment, his world is turned upside-down after an attack when he awakens to discover that he can feel pain for the first time in his life. With the clock ticking and his greatest asset gone, Grady will go head-to-head with his greatest fears and unspeakable enemies, while experiencing a tactile world he never could have imagined.
Director(s): D.C. Hamilton
Production: Midnight Man Film
 
IMDB:
5.2
NOT RATED
Year:
2016
105 min
76 Views


You and the rest of your people

have one week to close up shop

and

go far, far away.

If you don't...

I'm sorry, I'm not very good at

mime.

- You've made your point.

- Wait! How were you able to do

that?

- Good genes.

(door slamming)

- Too long.

It's taking too long.

It didn't work.

Pearl knows you wouldn't move on

him

unless you had all of us behind

you.

If he figured your boy out,

we're talking war on the

streets.

- Well, I say bring it.

The man's out of control.

He's gotta go.

- He's crazy, frigging nuts.

Heard he whacked his own wife.

- I heard he fed her to dogs.

- It was wolves.

- I heard he ate her himself.

Did no one else hear that?

(phone ringing)

- Let's not start battening

down the hatches just yet.

- Grady?

- It's over.

Pearl's dead.

- You sure it's Pearl?

We can't afford any mistakes.

- He fit our description to the

T.

- It was him.

- How did he die?

- Badly.

- Gentlemen, there will be no

war tonight.

Good work, Grady.

Now go have some fun.

(water running)

(water running)

(knocking)

- Addie.

- I guess you know already.

Hot water heater's busted.

We're all taking cold

showers this morning.

- Right, yes, freezing.

- Don't worry, I'll have

it fixed by this afternoon.

- You know it's rude to stare.

- Sorry, I never see you with no

shirt on.

- Car accident when I was a kid.

They had to use the Jaws

of Life to get me out.

It's a bit difficult to

talk about, actually, Eddie.

My mother, she was an artist.

We had just bought her an easel

when we were hit by a car.

Both legs when straight through

her chest, punctured her heart.

She bled out in front of me.

The last thing she ever said to

me was,

"Son, tell them I died for my

art."

Seriously?

(laughter)

- You had me going there.

- Oh, please, I never even knew

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