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Synopsis: To pay for his girlfriend's (Jones) medical emergency while abroad, Casey (Hoult) schemes to pull a drug heist for an eccentric gangster (Kingsley). After a failed attempt, he embarks across Europe on an action-packed chase in a race against time to save his girlfriend's life from being taken by an evil druglord (Hopkins).
Director(s): Eran Creevy
Production: Open Road Films
  1 win & 1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
5.7
Metacritic:
33
Rotten Tomatoes:
23%
PG-13
Year:
2016
99 min
$2,196,654
Website
435 Views


Reasons,

We all got our reasons to do crazy,

and reckless things in life.

Mostly they don't help you none.

Not when you are left to pick up the pieces.

But if the reason is love,

Maybe not so crazy, because people believe in love.

They know it keeps the world turning.

And right now,

That's the only thing keeping me alive.

What did you do?

What did you say you wanted?

Double.

American?

It is so obvious?

No, no, no I heard you at the bar.

I mean it's like fate right?

You know two Americans in the middle of a rave, Germany?

Do you believe in fate?

Is that a line?

That's cold ...

With lines like that you better expect it!

I'm going to start again.

Oh, HI!

Hey!

Do you believe in fate?

I guess not, it sort of takes the fun things, you know?

What if you did more exciting?

Are you high?

No, no, but...

my point is everything that happens,

has already happened. Its fate.

Oh that's more exciting, because...

You have already given me your phone number so what is the difference?

I knew it was a line!

I did work better in my head, like the build up and everything I don't know.

I admire the ground work.

Thank-you, yeh!

I'm Casey.

Juliette.

Juliet what?

If it's fate and we slept together you should know my last name.

What?

Wait!

Hang on!

So what are you doing here?

What this place?

In Germany.

You wanna know the truth?

Preferably...

Um I got into bad stuff in States.

Nothing serious, just young and stupid and...

decided to use some of the money I had to leave, see the world.

You got to go back?

No.

Nothing to go back to.

How about you?

Ah originally to study.

and get away from my parents.

They did a lot of drugs...

a lot of fighting and not a lot of being parents.

You um, you still studying?

Not, not sure what I doing.

Oh, while you're not sure, you want to spend your time with me?

With you?

Yeah!

Well, I um...

I appreciate asking and you're cute, nice and everything, but um...

But I've seen here, and what you're involved in.

I have no objection, we all like to party.

It's just that in my experience, guys into that lifestyle...

they're not the guys I'm looking for.

No, I'm not your typical...

No, No I...

I don't think you are.

If you ever decide to make it official...

you can let me know.

Wow...

Anyway it was nice to meet you.

Ya you too.

See you around.

Party boy!

What's going on?

Stop flirting with those guys.

Seriously, Geran is waiting for us.

Look at this!

You like John Travolta?

Have you seen this movie? "Perfect"?

With Jamie Curtis, butt aerobics.

Good film.

Acting not so much but Travolta

Sh*t, that man! He should have Oscar.

Who this?

I'm Casey.

What?

I've been working for six months.

What?

Casey!

Oh yeah. Casey!

The drugs they affect my eyes.

She's big time car thief of America.

Tell her how many cars you steal?

I do not know...

I guess it was one too many.

You want to make more?

Yea.

I need someone like you,

Burt Reynolds, a nobody, but smart.

And someone like you Grease Lightning,

A nobody, but crazy.

It's time to step up.

What is it?

Special job. A lot of money.

You in?

Yea we're in.

Hang on wait no. What it is? It is dangerous?

What kind of question is that?

Of course it's dangerous.

Do you want a safe job?

You work at IKEA, do not question me!

If you do not want, I do not care.

You want to go out there collecting money till you get knifed?

That up to you, I clean the place to like that.

I care about my employees, offer you something better.

You want it?

Yes or no?

I just make it official

Thank-you.

What?

I just make it official, quit my job.

Now you have no excuses to go on a date with me.

Are you serious?

Completely.

You're crazy.

No, no I'm just a risk taker and you seem worth the risk.

Come on, just one date, that's all I'm asking.

You know we've seen eachother

every for the last month.

Yes, I have been following you around.

I'm sorry.

We should move in together.

Cool!

I love you!

Hey.

Hey, how you doing?

Good. How about you?

I was good.

You want a beer?

You look cute.

Come on here.

What have you been doing?

Missed you.

Miss you.

So?

So?

I gotta go to work.

I'm not stopping you.

You are.

Just a little.

Maybe I can be late.

Geran.

Haggen.

Well...

How's family?

Good.

Yours?

Ah, I spend more time with horses.

They don't ask for so much.

Yeh.

What do you ask for, Geran?

What do you ask for, from me?

Equal partnership.

I see.

We've worked together a long time.

A long time.

I never cheat you.

Never once.

I take risks.

Oh I know.

You take most of the return.

Of course.

I supply the product. Without which would be nothing.

I accept it. I accept it

Good.

Good.

From a business point of view Geran.

Where is the leverage on me

to give you, what you ask for?

Point of view of fairness.

This must be an appeal to my better nature.

That is bad?

It is a bit surprise, as a way of asking for more money.

No. Its about money.

Partnership is respect.

Yeh.

It's me in my place, you in yours.

My kind, keep us in our place.

I know you'll say no, absolutely.

I know it.

But I have to ask.

I have to hear it.

Geran, the work you do, the risks you take,

Entitles to at least half of what we earn together.

But the person you are compared to the person I am.

Compels me to, reject, to refuse what you ask for.

It is a question of character, of refinement

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