Angel Of Death

Synopsis: A career assassin becomes haunted by one of her victims following a near fatal injury to her brain. Becoming a rogue assassin settling the score with her former mob employers, chaos and power struggles ensue.
Director(s): Paul Etheredge
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  4 nominations.
77 min


No, no, Arthur.

Don't worry about it. I'm still up.

Yeah. What are we talking about?

No problem.

I'm looking at him now.

It'll be taken care of.

I've got the perfect person

for this job.

What was that?

Work. You're up tomorrow.


I'm tired of sitting on my ass, anyway.

Take the new guy again.

Franklin? I'll pass.

You're gonna need someone

on this job.

Yeah, not him. He's a kid.

Look, the bosses say

they want him working.

They see big things in his future.

- Big things like what?

- Eve, just do it for me.

That's good. For you?

What, are we pretending

this is a relationship now?

Oh, no, no. It just sounds nicer

than ordering you...

but I can do that too.


Whatever, Graham.

You're still using

the service elevator, right?

So, what did this guy do?

That's not a question you ask.

What is it with you

and these zip ties, anyways?

People escape from handcuffs,

not from that.

Can you kill somebody with this?

If I have to.

So this Anderton guy.

He's just some businessman.

What if he trademarked

the cure to cancer...

and some drug company

isn't thrilled?

- What if it's something like that?

- Then it's something like that.

- Okay.

- Listen to me.

Questions will get your name

in a folder like that.

It doesn't matter

how his name came up, it just did.

Does it ever get to you?

You know, the killing?


Okay, they're all gone. Get to work.

I'm gonna be in and out

in 5 minutes.

- You know where to be?

- Yeah, yeah.

Back of the stairs in the alley.

Don't p*ssy out on me, Franklin.

You're my ride home.

Oh, sh*t.

I'm sorry, ma'am.

This is a private floor.

Oh, I'm sorry.

Could you just get back

on the elevator, please?

Come on, move.

- Please leave a message.

- Damn it, you.

Come on, come on, come on.

Come on, come on, come on.


Jesus Christ.



- Goddamn it.

- Doc, come on.

Damn it, Eve. Don't move.

You're just gonna make it worse.

- Your friend is right.

- He's not my f***ing friend.

Well, he's still right. You don't want

this blade moving. Let me sedate you.

No. I am not going to sleep

like this. I won't wake up.

All right. All right, then.

Just try and be still.

So you've seen stuff

like this before, right?

A patient with a 4-inch blade

in her head?


There is a knife in your brain.

- Right, yeah.

- By some miracle, you're still alive.

If you're gonna get stabbed, you

picked the right spot, but, then...

-you would.

- Doc.

I'm gonna live through this, right?

Tell me.

If the blade stays in,

the infection will kill you for sure.

Taking it out could kill you also.

But your odds are much better

with that.

People have survived this.

- Help me with these restraints.

- What? No, no. F***, no.


Doc, what the hell?

- Just taking the edge off.

- Oh, f*** you, junkie piece of sh*t.

I could do this job

as high as Hendrix.

- But I cannot do it with the shakes.

- F***ed up.

- Oh, brilliant.

- See?


Now, try and not move.

- What the f*** are you gonna do?

- Pull it out.

- Jesus.

- Pull it out?

F***ing do it. Get it out.

Okay, please. Please.

- F***ing get it out.

- Hold still.


Look at that.

How often does she take these?

The antibiotics, twice a day.

They're strong.

- We don't want any infection.

- Right.

You know, cases like these,

often, there's a full recovery.

But sometimes, it's not so full.

What does that mean?

Well, loss of some motor function,

memory loss, sometimes seizures.

The other pills are for those.

- Do these stop them?

- Not exactly.

The fact is,

if she does start having seizures...

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Ed Brubaker

Ed Brubaker (; born November 17, 1966) is an American comic book writer and cartoonist. Brubaker's first early comics work was primarily in the crime fiction genre with works such as Lowlife, The Fall, Sandman Presents: Dead Boy Detectives and Scene of the Crime. He later became known for writing superhero comics such as Batman, Daredevil, Captain America, Catwoman, Uncanny X-Men, and The Authority. He has won an Eisner Award on six separate occasions. more…

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