Bangkok Dangerous

Synopsis: Joe is a professional hit man who picks someone off the street to do his errands, and after he is finished kills that person. His next assignment takes him to Bangkok, and as usual, he finds a street-wise guy named Kong to help him. After Kong has a close call and learns who Joe is, Kong asks him to train him and he does. Joe also meets a local girl who is deaf and spends time with her. However, Joe has a hard time keeping his other life from her. It also appears that the person who hired Joe, breaks his rule of complete anonymity and tries to find him.
Production: Lionsgate
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My job takes me to a lot of places.

It's got its down sides.

I sleep alone. I eat alone.

I'm used to it, though.

I'd like to meet someone.

But it's tough when you live

out of a suitcase.

I go where I'm told...

do what I'm told.

I shouldn't complain.

The work is steady.

The money's good,

but it's not for everyone.

My name's Joe.

This is what I do.

You're late.

Sorry, Mr. London.

They closed Chechov bridge.

You're leaving?

I need the phone.

I can help with the bags.

No, I can handle it.

If you ever come back,

I can, I can use the money.

Thank you.


I was taught four rules...

One, "Don't ask questions".

There is no such thing

as right and wrong.

Two, " don't take an interest in people

outside of work".

There is no such thing as trust.

Three, "Erase every trace".

Come anonymous

and leave nothing behind.

Four, "Know when to get out".

Just thinking about it.

Means it's time

before you lose your edge,

before you become a target.

So you look for the right opportunity.

Nothing too risky.

Get the money

and disappear forever.

This is it.

Four hits, one location.

The lastjob.

Purpose of your visit to Bangkok,

Mr. Vincent?



It's corrupt,

dirty and dense.

All my clients have one thing

in common.

They feed off the people.

There's big money in misery.

Where there's money,

there's competition.

and the guy paying me

usually wins.

How will we know when he's arrived?

We'll know when he arranges the pick-up.

You're sure he's reliable?

The Russians swear by him.

How do you swear by...

a man you've never met?

We don't know him. He doesn't know us.

It's better for us that way.

It always starts the same way.

Just like I was taught.

Secure a safe location.

Somewhere off the beaten path

where you have privacy.

But you stay invisible too long, the human race

starts to look like another species,

so you venture out, you observe,

and then you return to

your invisible world,

like a ghost.

Hey, Larry Check out the p*ssy here.

- Check out these girls.

- Hey, girls, what's up?

Hello, gentlemen, ah.

How are you?

- First time in Bangkok?

- Yeah.

Rolex? Good one if you want. Yeah, yeah,

Look. Good. Rolex.

Watch out, Larry. How much you want

to bet it's counterfeit.

Two thousand Baht only. Two thousand.

It looks good. Good.

- No. thanks. No, thanks.

- No, no. No Rolex?

Never mind. Never mind.

You want girls?

- I can get you girls.

- No.

No girls?

How about boys?

- You like boys?

- Nooo!

- You don't like boys, no?

- No. Hey,

Hey, how about you,

huh, cowboy?

Five thousand Baht, new car

smell satisfaction money back.

Super-rubber-p*ssy-guarantee, huh?

Whatever happens in Bangkok

stays in Bangkok.

You wanna find garbage?

Go to a garbage dump.

I look for three qualifications.

They have to speak a little English,

they have to want to make money,

and, above all they have

to be disposable.

Do you wanna make some money?

I have work in town.

I need some help.

What work?

Pick things up,

drop things off.

Maybe some translation.

About a month's work.

Two thousand a day.

- Dollars.

- Baht.

Bullshit. Huh.

Five thousand, huh?

Forty five hundred.

Four thousand.

Two thousand, nine hundred

and fifty-two fifty, heh?

What you, what you say?

Come on!

We'll round up.

Three thousand.

You get paid at the end of the week.

No deal.

Ah, oh, okay, okay.

How about half, half now,

half at end of the week.

What's your name?



You can keep that in the wallet

you stole.

You come alone,

or you don't get paid.

Yes boss.

- Take off the shades.

- Huh?

Glasses. Off.

Keep that with you at all times.

- I have good phone.

- Now you have two.

You answer whenever it rings.

If I call and you don't answer,

you don't get paid.

Time is very important.

If I tell you to be somewhere

and you are a minute late...

you don't get paid.

Do you understand?

Birdshit foreigner

- In English.

- I understand!

You know the Caribbean club?

High class ass.

Ask for a dancer named Aom.

You give her this.

You make sure the X is

facing up like this.

She's gonna give you a package.

Don't open it.

What's in it?

It doesn't concern you.

Then you go pick it up.

I'll find someone else.

Okay, okay, okay, okay,

I, I do it. I do it. I do it.

You come straight back here.

You don't stop for anything.

What if I have to piss?

If you ask me one more question...

Then I won't get paid.

I know that.

- Okay, I go now, ah?

- Hey!

Take the cell phone.

Duck f***er.

Excuse me.

Which dancer is Aom?

That one right there.

Thank you very much.

What do you want?

F*** a Duck!

- You late, huh?

- Gimme the case.

You don't get paid for today.

- Why not?

- You ran from the police.

You told me not to stop.

I, I do what you said.

Don't stop, no stop for nothing,

not even for piss!

From now on,

I don't want anymore police.

You understand?

The human face can mislead

in a thousand different ways.

But the eyes never change.

I was taught to start with the eyes.

I'm Kong.


Give him what he needs.

No, wait, wait, wait.

The elephant.

The ah, the nose, you see?

Pointing down... bad luck.

No good.

Bad luck for you.


Yeah, I'm checking on

a wire transfer.

Account code

six-five-one, four-three, four-six.

Thank you.


Uh... I have a a cut...

and I need some medicine...

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