All Things to All Men

Synopsis: A thief is caught up in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse between a maverick cop and London crime boss.
Genre: Crime, Thriller
Director(s): George Isaac
Production: Screen Media Films
 
IMDB:
4.4
Rotten Tomatoes:
25%
NOT RATED
Year:
2013
84 min
Website
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[TRAFFIC NOISES]

[GUN CLICKS]

[EXHALES]

[GUN CLICKS]

Silencer?

I'll take it.

- Munitions?

- Yeah.

[AMMUNITIONS JANGLE]

Hey.

It was good to see you.

[INAUDIBLE]

[INAUDIBLE]

[TYRES SCREECH]

[INAUDIBLE]

[FIRE BURNING]

[BRAKES SCREECH]

[TYRES SCREECH]

[DOOR BUZZES]

[ENGINE HALTS]

Two carats a stone.

D colour.

Flawless.

Retail 20 to 22K a carat.

Two stones a pack.

Forty-four packs.

[SIGHS]

8K a stone.

I have to raise the funds, get them

certified, then find a buyer.

- When do I collect?

- 72 hours.

Almost like old times.

[CAR DOOR SHUTS]

[ENGINE REVVING]

[MOBILE RINGING]

[MOBILE VIBRATING]

Don't answer it.

- [CONTINUES RINGING]

- Why? Afraid it's your boyfriend?

Yeah?

Where?

[STATIC DISCONNECTS]

Car was stolen in Manchester.

Tools?

[INHALES]

Matches Moorgate and

Farringdon.

- HQ confirmed it's our guy?

- Mmm-hmm.

Only a matter of time.

Time to pop your cherry.

We got a new lead.

[CAR ALARM BEEPING]

PARKER:
Mark Corso.

Son of Joseph Corso.

Runs a ticket business earning

him a fast half mil each year.

[BEEPS]

But he's hooked on

the devil's dandruff.

Moonlighting cocaine deals

is a regular gig.

[TRAFFIC NOISES]

He checked in 45 minutes ago.

He's waiting on the bagman.

[MOBILE RINGING]

- Here we go.

- [BEEP]

- Okay. Thanks.

- [BEEP]

He's just checked out.

[BRAKES SCREECH]

Bagman's mine.

[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS]

[SIGHS]

We got the bagman.

[SIGHS]

What's our friend saying?

He got here 30 minutes ago,

went in the back. Hasn't resurfaced.

Done a check, building's clean.

Anything else?

- Paul Myers.

- Whereabouts?

In the back.

All right, let's roll.

[CAR DOORS SHUT]

[CAR ALARM BEEPS]

[BOTH LAUGHING]

[INDISTINCT CHATTER]

CHEF:

Oi!

[GRUNTS]

[BREATHING HEAVILY]

[GRUNTS]

[GROANS]

[GROANS AND COUGHS]

- Little f*cker pulled a knife on me.

- Yeah?

[GROANS]

[GROANING]

[BREATHING HEAVILY]

- Good information don't come cheap.

- It's evidence.

Think it's this easy?

[GROANS]

He's the bait.

- [GROANS]

- All right!

For f*ck's sake.

All right. All right!

What's all this about?

Your son's been arrested.

Possession of cocaine, intent to supply.

Three to five years minimum.

No suspended sentence,

not this time.

Are you f*cking with me?

No, your son is.

So what do you want?

[EXHALES]

I want you to hire someone.

For what?

Score.

Stupidity is better hidden

than displayed, detective.

You heard about Moorgate?

Farringdon?

Mmm-hmm.

I want you to hire the one that's been

playing without your permission.

PARKER:

James Riley.

You supply the target,

we'll assess the risk. Five mil limit.

JOSEPH:
What if he doesn't wanna

work for me?

PARKER:
There's a recession,

everyone wants to work.

[MOBILE RINGING]

Yeah?

ADRIAN:
I sold the stones.

I'll have your money by tonight.

- When?

- 9:
00.

- Where?

- Camden.

[DOOR CREAKS]

So you think he's up to it?

- He wants to be.

- Don't they all.

PRIEST:
We commend to almighty God,

our brother, Adrian Peters,

and commit his body

to the ground.

Earth to earth, ashes to ashes,

dust to dust.

[SOBBING]

- My condolences.

- Thank you.

- I'm so sorry.

- Thank you.

He was a good man.

[SNIFFLES]

[DOOR CREAKS]

[GUN COCKS]

Where's the money?

My boss has it.

He wants to talk.

Just a conversation.

JOSEPH:

I wasn't so sure you'd make it.

You're a high-line pro.

I want us to work together.

RILEY:

I work alone.

JOSEPH:
Why don't you just take a look?

RILEY:
Because I don't like the view.

Do you know what

a merchant is?

I am the merchant of this city.

Anything with a centigrade of heat

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