Connected

Synopsis: A man receives a distressing phone call from a woman who has been kidnapped.
Director(s): Benny Chan
Production: Emperor Motion Pictures
  4 wins & 5 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.7
NOT RATED
Year:
2008
110 min
Website
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Wake up Grace!

Our super engineer

Boss, the deadline is noon today!

Where are your drawings?

Sleep is a luxury you can't afford!

It's all your fault!

Those little fingers in your robot...

are impossible to power...

they're too small to fit the wires.

But you're the miracle worker! You're Grace!

You'll find the solution! See you at noon?

See you, bye!

You taught me well Courage is the best solution

All problems can be solved

How can a man whistle and brush

his teeth at the same time?

He's brushing his dentures!

Mom

Which is the smallest island in the world?

Asafety island on a busy road!

You're good

Mom, how about this one?

Why do birds fly south in the winter?

They don't like the cold?

Nope!

Why do birds fly south? Because...

they can't drive?

You're so silly!

Why do birds fly south? I know

the flights are fully booked.

Wrong! All the other parents get it right away!

You must too!

But there're two of them... and I'm all alone!

I'll give you double the time then, bye!

Bye

Don't forget to pick me later.

I won't!

Bye

Tinker!

Bye Bye

Hello! Ada, I've got it!

What do you have in mind?

If we use a photo sensor

then reaction speed will be fast.

We won't need so many wires...

problem solved?

Wow! What inspired you?

Took a beautiful photo ofTinker just now...

the way the sun lit up her smile

Good! Gotta go! We'll talk later! Bye!

Sure! See you later!

Bye Bye

Ma'am! Help me!

I know nothing...

Ma'am! Help me!

I know nothing. Ma'am, please help me!

Maria!

Pleasehelp...

Please don't kill me! Please...

Don't kill me! Ma'am

Help! Help!

Sis!

You wanted to drive your son to the airport

Don't promise if you can't.

We can go ourselves

Yes, I know

Sis, I'm at work.

Don't you think I want to be there...

I was really busy just now...

Bob, you've got to take responsibility.

Yourwife's gone. When will you grow up?

We're off to Australia, and you may

not see yourson fora long time.

Sis, I was really working!

Please tell Kit to come to the phone

OK! But you've go to the airport

and say goodbye properly

I'll check-in first, but I won't wait long.

Kit, it's your dad.

Hello

Kit

Daddy is on the way to the airport

You go with Auntie Jeanie first.

I'll see you there

You're lying again!

You never keep your promises

You said mommy won't leave she left anyway!

Daddy swears I'll be there!

Trust me once more, please?

Take yourtime, so daddy can catch up with you?

Let me speak to youraunt

Remember. A promise is a promise!

Yes! I know! I'll be there! Thanks! Bye!

There's nothing left!

Broke again?!

I've given you everything!

There's nothing left!

If I find anything... you're dead!

Stop! He's gone! He doesn't live here any more

What are you staring at?

What are you doing? I'll kill you!

Stop! Leave me son alone!

He ran away, go find him!

Bitch, listen to me. I'm not leaving

until I get what your husband owes.

Now that he's gone, you'll have to pay up!

You know the rules

Mommy

Let's go! Mommy

Just give me something? Anything of value left?

I can't go back empty-handed

How did it go? Did you collect?

No. She is dead broke

Where are my keys?

I've got to get to the airport

Here.

Give me some cash?

I'll need to leave town right now.

What happened?

Long story. This guy is after me

I bought a gun for protection.

Money!

Just my luck, no battery.

Hey, the gun is in your

Thank you for calling. Ourcustomer hotline

is busy right now, please call again later.

Sir, you're such an experienced

detective, any ideas?

The whiff that cures all pain;

the smell of heaven!

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