Columbus Day

Synopsis: A thief tries to fix the damage done during the biggest heist of his career.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director(s): Charles Burmeister
Production: William Morris Independent
 
IMDB:
5.5
R
Year:
2008
90 min
Website
36 Views

Leonard!

Leonard!

Leonard!

Leonard!

It hurts!

- Leonard.

Leonard, I'm gonna have

to kill you, Leonard.

I won't say anything.

No, you'll talk, Leonard.

There are rules, Leonard.

Stop moving, Leonard!

You have a choice.

Look at me, Leonard.

Look at me.

Robbie...

Robbie.

Where's Robbie?

I'm going to visit my son.

Aw, come on.

Oi.

What the f*ck are you doing?

Come on, Manny.

Come on, Manny.

I wasn't with her.

I lost it!

- Let's go back.

# Premonition of ecstasy #

# Who would believe

it could be such a miracle #

Hello.

Where the hell are ya?

- What do you mean, Johnny?

I'm at my apartment,

like we said.

I don't think splittin' up

was a good idea.

Well, we're alive,

aren't we?

They follow you?

- I don't know yet.

W-why didn't you

answer the phone?

I guess I didn't hear it

over the music.

You know I don't like

the f*cking cell phone.

What?

Get the f*ck off the cell phone.

Jesus, Johnny, okay.

You're the one who called me on it.

You know, it could be any prick

sittin' outside your house on the C.B.

pickin' up the airwaves,

you know?

Did Joey La Torre call yet?

No, but it-- it's early.

Okay, listen, uh...

turn the music down.

Turn the music off.

Get off the cell phone.

Just use a hard line.

Do you remember what that guy

in South Pas used to say?

He said, "Hard line for businazz..."

Yeah, "Cell phone for piece-of-ass."

All right, Johnny, hold on a sec.

Let me just, uh, turn the music off.

# Illusions of rapture #

Here you go.

All right, I'm back.

Okay. I'll call you at 9:15.

A'ight. Hey, Johnny?

We're going to Florida,

you motherf*cker!

I know, Manny,

we're going to Florida.

Hey, but we did it, man.

We blasted into space.

Our fathers never had

anything like this.

We made up for it, right?

Yeah, Manny.

We--we did it.

I'll call you at 9:15.

A'ight, a'ight.

Hey, Johnny, really, I love you.

Thanks, man. O-okay.

Hang up the phone, Manny.

A'ight, man.

Flor-i-da! Flor-i-da!

Heh. You feelin' it?

Yeah, yeah.

Okay.

Hello?

Hey, it's me.

I did it.

Come get me.

Let's go to Florida.

Can't you get a little excited?

I am excited.

- Cheryl, I just pulled off

the biggest job in the

history of... history.

This is where we jump up and down

and scream and yell, right?

I'm sorry, baby, you woke me up.

I'm dying to go to Florida.

I mean excited-- excited

for me, for what I did.

Johnny, you're

the best. Really.

Now there's no more shit.

It's smooth sailing all the way...

so when are you

gonna come get me?

No more shit?

Johnny... I love you.

Yeah, me too.

T.G.& R., how may I

direct your call?

It's me,

your ex-husband.

How are ya?

Is that why you called?

No, but I thought

we could be cordial.

You have Alana's new number?

It's the same number--

the area code was changed

You could've called

information.

Well, then I would've missed

your charming conversational skills.

That's true. Hold, please.

Anderson wanted you to call him.

Okay, I'm back.

Did you change any more

while I was gone?

The area code is 941.

Bye, John.

Aren't you gonna ask me how I am?

How are you, John?

I'm great.

Really good.

You know,

smooth sailing.

Great. Call again next decade.

Good-bye.

You've reached

David, Alana, and Eddie.

We're not here.

Leave a message.

Hey, Alana, it's your dad.

I just thought I'd call and, uh...

see if you wanted to

catch up, you know.

I'm gonna be in Florida,

so, um, um...

Doesn't have to be right away--

I know you're busy,

so think about it.

...and I love you.

F*ck!

You've reached

David, Alana, and Eddie.

We're not here.

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