Synopsis: Trinh, a mercenary, must complete a series of organized crime jobs for her boss in order to win the release of her kidnapped daughter. She hires several mercenaries to help, including Quan, who she becomes attracted to. Trinh and Quan's relationship becomes complicated as it becomes evident that their motivations are not the same.
Genre: Action
Director(s): Thanh Son Le
Production: Variance Films
90 min

It's time.

These are in the perfect state of being.

Thousands of pieces as one.

The foolish wrap themselves in fame

just to lose freedom.

The General cannot get out,

the Soldier has no way back.

As powerful as the Chariot is,

It still cannot escape death.

The chaos goes

on until total destruction.


No escape?


The pieces are free in

the facedown position.

What piece could become self-aware?

What's left of

the chess-board when that happen?

Where would that piece go?

It would just be a lost wanderer...

They are mother and daughter.

Mother - daughter.

Sounds like General,

Guard, Elephant, Chariot.

What's the difference?

That is the destination for pieces

that have gone astray.

It is not the end.

This is just the beginning.


I think I just saw Big Brother.

Are you mistaken?

Hey, attracted?

Why don't you guys make-out?

This is your home until the job's done.

What is this?

A blood stain?

Rule Number Three:

No bullshit questions.


Rule Number Three?

What do you consider "bullshit"?

Bullshit are things

that are not related to the job.

Such as your question.

So cheesy like some

Hong Kong movies.


Without rules, there is no game.

You guys have better learn fast.

I won't repeat myself.

Rule Number Two:

Each person has his responsibility.

Follow the plan at all time.

Rule Number One:

No real names, only nicknames.

Our driver is Hawk.

You are Snake.

You are Tiger.

And you are Ox.


The guys are Tiger, Snake,

Hawk and I'm a catle?

Give me another name!

Follow the rules or quit.

Then what's your nickname?




Can I call you "Honey"?

Last Rule...

Phoenix is the commander

the only one who makes decisions.


Tomorrow a group of Frenchmen

will be trading in Saigon.

Their goods is our target.

This is half your payment.

The other half

will be paid when the job's done.

How big are the goods?

Fits into a bag.

But what is it?

Don't forget Rule Number Three.

I don't know about rules.

But these goods you speak of...

what if it's some toxic shit?

I don't want to die for nothing.

And this pile of chump change...

can't even pay my funeral.

Hey you! It's just a laptop.

Stop the car.

Follow the rules or quit.

Last chance.

Hey, don't stress yourself out.

Go! What are you waiting for?

Do as planned,

Ox and Hawk stay with the car.

I'll go in too.

Stay with the car.

What's going on?

Just lead the way.

I'm not going in.

It's so obvious. This is a trap.

Mother fuckers.

We don't even know this guy.


Forget it. I'm not going in.

Let's just get it done and go.

If the entrance is easy,

Then the exit won't be, pal.

Let me borrow your gun.

I'll get him some balls.

What are you doing?

Are you trying to rip us off?

Who is in there?

There's no trap!


Look at me.

Say it!

I'll blow your head off.

I swear! There's no trap!

They're just deserters selling

AK's for booze.

Just following procedure.

Lead the way.


This here's...

Let me see the merchandise.

Snake, check it.

Which one's Snake?


You're Snake?

Where are the rest?

And the bullets too?

Hey son of a bitch,

even if you turned to ash,

I'd still know you're Cang Grenade,

you hear me?

You hurt?

Someone drive!

I can't reach the pedal!

What's the big deal?

I accidentally killed

his brother in prison.

So now he's got a grudge.

Who doesn't have enemy?

Shut it!

You ruined the deal, you pay for it.

Is this necessary?

We're under the same roof now.

That does not mean we are family.

We share nothing but rules.

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