Finish Line

Synopsis: Minor league stock car racer Mitch Camponella gets closer to his NASCAR dreams when he's hired as private mechanic to a millionaire importer. But Mitch's ambition comes with a heavy price ...
Genre: Crime
Director(s): Gerry Lively
Production: RHI Entertainment
 
IMDB:
4.8
Year:
2008
93 min
3 Views

Is something wrong?

These guys are professionals dad.

Ah, right.

Then we go home.

No, I mean ...

All I know.

Is that you have everything

it takes to

compete with any

person on this planet.

I know you have it here.

The question is.

You'll have here?

Potter, good to see Joe again.

How are you?

I want you to meet my son Mitch.

Glad to meet you, sir.

I saw you running, I'm impressed.

If I show today

New what you can do.

You can be with these guys

in the big leagues next month.

Thank you, sir. Potter,

'll do the best we can.

Then let us do it.

Well.

Look, you do not have to win anything.

You just have to be with him.

You have to show

you can drive a car.

In his company.

You know what I mean?

I will give them a beating.

If that happens, all right.

What is important.

Is that you are on the way.

Yte staying.

Well

Is your son?

Come on, it is.

Damn.

Relax, son.

Beware of the curve.

Get out of there.

Come on.

Come

Are you okay?

Come on.

Move, move.

Extinguishers.

Bring it, give me a hand.

What were you trying to prove?

Are you okay?

If.

You better sleep,

you have to work tomorrow.

Listen, Dad.

I am ...

... I do not think I will go tomorrow.

Why not? Are you hurt?

No, it's just that ...

I have to find a way

making real money.

Well, talk about that tomorrow.

Now go to sleep.

Mondays are always difficult.

If you're right.

Here you are.

I have searched everywhere.

What buddy?

We apologize for yesterday.

The bad news is not it fly?

That makes people happy.

I invite you a drink.

House, I am working.

And?

See you after work.

What time salts?, You come to collect.

I'm going to do overtime, at 6.: 30 pm.

Well, at that time.

Where do we go?

Come to this club with balilarinas.

I'm in designated place.

You got what you talked?

All accounts,

Their international transactions.

We are within 20 minutes.

Hold on.

I just heard something.

High.

No, wait.

Want a picture?

What is the name of the type

for which you work?

Frank Chase

Imports and exports.

It has its own fleet of aircraft position.

Yres his guard or what?

Do you know any vigilante

making $ 1000 a week?

Did not need another guard?

That you never know.

What, you're not happy

working with dad?

I put Dad on a

large financial deficit.

I have to find the

how to make money.

I see it I can do.

That.

Menealo well baby.

Sorry.

Careful.

Is this right?

If.

Ven.

Come on.

Check the car.

Is there any left?

Dispersense.

Find them.

Come on.

Nothing.

Is empty.

If.

Hi, Are you free in 10 minutes?

For what?

My boss is about to arrive,

For you see it face to face.

In 10 minutes?

Angara is 12,

airport, I hope.

Well.

I'm on my way.

Why delay?

What are you talking about?

I called you for 11 minutes.

Come on.

Did not I say that works

this smallness?

Not many.

What it does is to import and export

articles of luxury for the rich.

It's a small amount but the price

Several products are of poor quality.

Ypor that the suit?

I'm more than a caretaker,

know what I mean.

What time is my future.

Those bottles there.

They are the best quality.

$ 9000 each bottle.

Me and a great theft

I can make a feast.

Be ready.

Gooch.

Who's your friend?

Sr. Mitch Chase is the Camponella.

Mitch is a pleasure.

Same here.

It seems that his engine had something loose.

Like this?

Yes, can I have a look?

Forward.

Want to speed up please?

Yes, sir.

Just a little.

Let's see again, listen to the engine.

That's great.

Do you have someone you see this?

I have a mechanic in the house.

But never had

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