Cold Blooded

Synopsis: Frances is a dedicated female cop, Cordero, a cold blooded gangster arrested for thievery and murder. When Cordero's heist goes awry, his bloodthirsty boss wants him dead at any cost, and Officer Frances has to fight for their lives all the while not letting Cordero escape.
Genre: Action, Crime
Director(s): Jason Lapeyre
Production: Uncork'd Entertainment
  2 wins.
 
IMDB:
5.5
NOT RATED
Year:
2012
86 min
Website
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Man 1:
Split up!

What are you doing??

Just keepin' them safe, man.

That's fucking crazy!

Come on, let's go!

Will you keep your

voice down, goddamnit...

Look, Holland said

split up...

I'll be at his place tomorrow.

We're going together,

with the fucking diamonds!

Police Officer:

Freeze!

...in pursuit of two suspects

...down Dundad Street...

- -I need back-up now!

F*ck...

Gimme the gun...

F*ck me...

Give me the gun!

F*ck me.

Look at me...

Look at me, goddamnit!

Gimme the gun!

Let me do this for the team.

Buckmire?

Buckmire!

Got him!

We're good, Buckmire.

Cuff him.

Officer Jane.

43rd Division.

You the night shift?

But, I've never been

up here before.

Overflow.

No more beds.

The only space left in the

hospital is this old unit.

It's all the way down

at the back, too.

Just keep walkin'.

You're all by

yourself in there.

Not really.

You like nights?

Sure.

Bullshit.

I can't complain.

Sure you can.

It's good to complain.

Keeps you human.

Have a good night.

Gary.

Wake up.

Hm...

What'sat?

Sorry. Time to go.

Shift change.

shift change.

Ah, f*ck...

Finally.

How are you supposed

to stay awake around here

without a TV and some DVDs?

Huh? They oughtta

have that back here.

Yeah, they should.

Okay...

I'm gone.

Okay.

Night.

Yeah,

like it was totally normal...

Casual shut-eye

before the shift ends,

no big deal.

I know, I know...

I'm not gonna

snitch him out...

It's just I've got one

scumbag in a coma

and then my guy's

asleep at the wheel.

It's like, what am I?

The only person here

who gives a shit?

It's not exactly

what I had in mind

when I signed up.

No, you're right.

It's not a big deal,

I just hate how

it's assumed that I'll be ok

with things like this.

Sometimes I wonder

if I'm actually cut out for it.

The job...

No...

I knew what I was getting

into but I thought

we were supposed

to be the good guys.

Now I'm not sure what's

allowed and what isn't.

How 'bout personal phone calls?

Those allowed?

I gotta go...

I love you...

Would you send

a doctor down here please?

I'd like to get him

down to 4rd Division

so we can arraign him

in the morning.

If he's good to go?

Squeeze my hands...

So, I'll need you

to sign a release form.

You do realize in this situation

I actually have the authority?

Yes, of course.

Then you listen to me.

This man's been unconscious

for thirty-six hours,

Sinus fractures,

nasal fractures,

possible

temporal hemorrhaging...

Two fractured ribs.

You can't move him yet.

I understand...

I'll check on him

in a few hours.

A few hours, is that

three or two hours...

A few hours.

SIGH:

What a cunt...

Hey...

I'm Eddie.

Nice to meet you.

Ow...

You a hoops fan?

Yeah, I don't blame you.

I lose more money to those

assholes than you wanna know.

Anything you say can be used

against you as evidence.

Oh, yeah?

Well, if there's some new law

against being a basketball fan

in Toronto, you're

gonna have to lock up

like... almost

five-hundred people.

Tell me, are they still trying

out that new run on offense?

Yep...

Forward can't do it,

he's wheezing up

and down the court.

Why the hell does he fall in

line with those bullshit plays?

Guy's a star, he should be

doing what he wants,

not kissing the coach's ass.

Can't have wins

without team work.

Oh, yeah, you're a fan.

Well, I work the games,

you pick it up.

Yeah? That why

you became a cop?

Free games?

Yeah.

Come on, we're gonna

be here all night.

Might as well pass the time.

Why'd you become a cop?

Why do you steal diamonds?

Eh, what else is there to do?

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