INT. COURTROOM - DAY
Mister Foreman, have you arrived
at a verdict?
We have, your honor. We find the
defendant guilty of all the charges.
to the jury, indignant.
His attorney, DONNA O'DAY, rises. She's twenty-four, looks
Your honor, may I approach the
that distracts him from his anguish.
JUDGE, COURT REPORTERS, etc.
tens from the wallet.
AT THE BENCH:
What's going on? "Guilty"! What
I got your bail continued.
Bail, for Chrissake! I'm innocent!
wallet back into her attache case unseen.
Mister LaPlante, I have been
persuaded in view of your continued
employment and your lack of prior
convictions, to continue your bail
under the same conditions
days from now. In the meantime you
will make an appointment with the
probation officer who will make a
recommendation to me regarding your
sentence. I urge you to use these
six days to set your personal
affairs in order in anticipation
THE TITLES CONCLUDE
"Anticipation of incarceration"?
He means prison, Mr. LaPlante.
I know what he means. I'm not a
prison kinda guy, Miss O'Day. I'm
Chrissake! Maybe I "augment" my
income a little with some
guys I sell to are crooks, how
would I know, I'm not an
investigator. You can't make it
on a wage no more, not in this
Synopsis: In this visually arresting martial arts epic set in ancient China, an unnamed fighter (Jet Li) is being honored for defeating three of the king's most dangerous enemies. When Nameless recounts his battles with the assassins -- Broken Sword (Tony Leung Chiu Wai), Flying Snow (Maggie Cheung Man-yuk) and Moon (Zhang Ziyi) -- the king begins to question some of the details. As Nameless goes on, the king challenges the tales, interjecting his own take on these perhaps suspect version of events.