Haywire

Synopsis: Freelance covert operative Mallory Kane is hired out by her handler to various global entities to perform jobs which governments can't authorize and heads of state would rather not know about. After a mission to rescue a hostage in Barcelona, Mallory is quickly dispatched on another mission to Dublin. When the operation goes awry and Mallory finds she has been double crossed, she needs to use all of her skills, tricks and abilities to escape an international manhunt, make it back to the United States, protect her family, and exact revenge on those that have betrayed her.
Director(s): Steven Soderbergh
Production: Relativity Media
  7 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.8
Metacritic:
67
Rotten Tomatoes:
80%
R
Year:
2011
93 min
$18,934,858
Website
147 Views

Shit.

What the hell are you doing out here?

I had to drive all night.

I'm hungover as shit.

And you're really starting

to cut into my vacation time,

so can we go, please?

We'll take my car. Come on.

I don't think so.

Why you making...

Why are you gonna make this difficult?

What's difficult? He turns himself in.

Then it's easy.

Turns himself in. Why would he do that?

What exactly did he say I did?

He didn't. He just said to come pick you up.

Nothing else? Nothing about Barcelona?

No.

Nothing about Dublin? Nothing about Paul?

Hi. Can I get you something?

- Need a minute?

- Y'all have beer?

No, I wish.

Just a coffee. Black.

Okay, if you got something to say, say it.

Aaron...

Have you even seen him?

No.

You're really not getting in the car, are you?

No.

- Thank you.

- Have you got any...

You need to get in the car, Mallory!

- You got a car? You got a car?

- What?

- Which one?

- This one.

No, no, passenger side. Give me your keys.

- Here.

- Keys!

What's happening?

Where are you taking me?

Put your seatbelt on.

Shit!

- What's your name?

- Scott.

- I'm Mallory.

- Hi.

You're gonna fix my arm while we drive.

Okay, Scott?

Yeah.

Okay. Here. Ready?

- Okay.

- Now take two of the dry packets,

put them on the one

you already have in place.

- Yeah?

- Now take the tape,

wrap it around the gauze

so it stays on my arm.

- Tight.

- Yeah.

- Sorry.

- Couple times around.

- Watch your arm.

- Yeah.

Okay, now tape... Use the scissors to cut it.

- Okay.

- Okay.

That should be good for now.

Jesus Christ.

- I'm hyperventilating.

- Scott.

Thank you.

Yeah, sure.

So, who...

Who was that guy?

- I mean, honestly.

- Aaron?

Someone I worked with.

- Was he your... You know.

- No.

No.

Where did you work with him?

Barcelona.

I...

I don't mean to, you know, get personal.

- Are you in the drug business?

- No.

Are you with the government?

They contracted a company I work for.

Private company.

Wow. That's actually real?

- Yeah.

- That makes sense.

So what do you do? What's your job?

Barcelona. Separatists?

No, no. It's clean.

Negotiations broke down,

just need somebody to go and get the guy.

Okay, whatever.

In four points,

a better immunity language,

more access to intelligence,

this fee structure is unacceptable.

I ntelligence?

Y eah, I need parity with Rodrigo here

and all his people.

You're with State, right?

Yes.

You like it?

I like the idea of me doing my job

more than the idea

of someone else doing my job.

All right, now the immunity language

is as good as we can do.

Fee structure... A number?

Yeah, we need to adjust the overall payment

in order that we can address things

like hazard bumps.

I'll make a list.

But also how the installments are spaced.

Fewer steps.

Hi.

Hey.

What, am I first?

Yeah, Victor will be here at 4:30,

and Jamie's running late.

There's always a cash flow problem.

This is a short timetable, Kenneth.

Should I be nervous?

If it will make you feel better,

you can get the people

that did the Mexico job, Alex.

Look, I know it's more efficient

if we wait for everybody to get here,

but you want to start going through this?

I've got some ideas.

You're right. It's more efficient

if we wait for everyone to get here.

This should be fun.

- Your kit's under your bed.

- Yours check out?

- Good to go.

- I'll check later then, thank you.

There's no smoking in here.

Okay.

It's a phone.

Tell me about Kenneth.

What about him?

How long have you worked together?

Three years.

Not so long.

It is in this business.

You said four points.

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Lem Dobbs

Lem Dobbs (born Anton Lemuel Kitaj; 24 December 1959) is a British-American screenwriter, best known for the films Dark City (1998) and The Limey (1999). He was born in Oxford, England, and is the son of the painter, R.B. Kitaj. The nom de plume "Dobbs" was taken from the character played by Humphrey Bogart in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948). more…

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