French Intrigue

Synopsis: Serge Morgan is a killer working for the American Mafia. After performing a contract in New York for his employers, he takes the plane back to Paris and, during the flight, he gets to know ...
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
95 min

Put the girl on the couch.

It's day already.

I'm coming.

That was fast. Topnotch work. Excellent.

You look as if you are worried.

- I got family trouble, the girls.

As soon as they are fledged,

the trouble begins.

Either they build bombs,

or they cry for revolution.

Of all things the son of the mafia boss,

and most of his friends are n*ggers.

I had a visitor recently,

a guy called Carbona.

Carbona knows the business in France.

All the drugs pass France.

Those are excellent Labs

you should get along with them.

That could be interesting.

Carbona will help you.

He is going to be on the same flight

with you tomorrow evening.

I don't want to leave that fast.

I really like you Serge,

but don't forget it was me,

who got you into the Mafia.

You had been the sleazy russian guy for everyone,

the annyoing foreigner.

Nobody wanted to help you.

But you forget we are all

only foreigners here.

So you will take the flight tomorrow.

I did a lot for you already.

I could do a lot more for you.

You mustn't disappoint me.

I trust on you,

you damn russian pig.

Is Paul coming along?

- You don't need him for this job.

The plane to paris is ready.

I repeat:

Last call for flight 1 14 to Paris.

It's going to be tough.

You will do it.

- You never had made it alone.

I'm sick of it.

I got enough of all this.

I only have one wish.

When all this is done,

i want to leave, as far as possible.

From that dough i'll buy a farm.

And there you'll spend your remaining years,

togehter with your wife.

So you think it's not that easy?

- Why shouldnt it?

Above all things i want to go to the south.

Sit in the sun, under palm trees.

You want Coffee, Tea or Milk?

Good, i'll get it for you.

Would you like to drink something?

Good evening, are you busy?

- Not at all.

Do you know France?

- Yes.

When it gets boring someplace, i step on the next plane and off am i.

To New York, to London, and now I want Paris.

I'll just take the next plane and I'm done.

How about you?

I don't want to do anything.

I just travel for fun.

That's not bad.

- Anyway, I'm sick of it all.

Sitting around, the travelling...

- I'm never bored.

Maybe that's because I'm

not very demanding.

And what do you expect?

I like to see new things.

- Are you happy?

Well, I think I am.

Why not?

That's going to be expensive for you.

- M. Carbona, It's not my fault.

Those are Emery's killers,

the two deaf-mutes.

No worries, I'll handle them.

- Where are you going anyway?

Good evening, old friend.

I knew I'd meet you here.


You still look great.

How are your deaf-mutes?

And how are you?

- Oh, always the same.

You get older. That gets to me.

- I know that. There are days

when I wake up and can hardly

move anymore.

But you pull yourself together anyway.

- You won't be destroyed by cancer.

Have you been to a doctor?

- What would I want with a doctor?

I know that I'm sick

- Don't listen to him.

His constant talking makes

me feel sick all over, too.

But today it isn't as bad

as it used to be.

You suffer, you die...

That's the way it is. What do you want?

You have all that, you have Rita.

You have achieved everything you wanted.

You never were ambitious anyway.

So, everybody likes you.

Everybody respects you.

You are to be envied!

Sure, disregarding the fact that

I don't like your deaf-mutes,

they earn way too much.

- That's none of your business.

Do you hear that, Rita?

He thinks it's none of my business.

And what do you have to say about that?

- I don't think that it can continue like that.

The last word hasn't been spoken yet.

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