Twin Daggers

Synopsis: A famous L.A. hitman falls in love with his target.
Genre: Action
Director(s): Keun-Hou Chen
Production: Lionsgate
90 min

You still owe me one.


One, two, three.


My English-- no good.

l heard 400 grand

Ioud and clear.

l Hay Moi.

She is my cousin.

And she needs

a job done...

if you guys are

still interested.

Looks like we're

still here.

ls this a joke?

You want us to whack you?

She Sue.

My twin.

She's worth that much,

is she?

Are you interested?


You want us to go

all the way to...


First and foremost...

show me the moolah.


Your advance--

$20,OOO each.

Whoo! Looks like a real deal.

Two conditions.

First, no one else hurt.

Only your target alone.

Otherwise, no pay.

All right.

l'm a precision

kind of gal.

Collateral damage is bad

for business anyway.

One more thing.

No witness.

No witnesses?

But yet, we can't

whack any witnesses.

Oh, man!

lt must be done quiet.


l'll be Sue.

You assume her identity.

Would you mind clariing

the situation a little?

Why many questions?

My apologies.

Stick to

the business at hand.

Let's say one of us

can nail your twin alone?

Wouldn't it be unfair to

split it four ways?

We thought the four

of you together

would guarantee

a result.

Yeah, well, suppose one

or two of us

can get the job done.

You know what l mean?

All right.

One person brings me

Sue's body,

take all the money.

Hey, you still want

to know

what's going on

with the twins?

Not that l have to

check my moral compass or anything.


For your information,

Moi International was

founded by their parents

until the evil twin could

arrange an early exit.

Yes, l warned her dad too.

An original

Shakespeare tragedy.

l believe revenge

is justified

where the law couldn't

serve the purpose.

Then it will be

delivered cold.

- Morning.

- Good morning.


Yeah yeah.


Miss Moi

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