Interrogation

Synopsis: After the FBI receives a threat that endangers the entire city, an interrogator (Copeland) and an I.T. specialist (Perry) are plunged into a series of mind games with a criminal mastermind, desperately racing against time to uncover the villain's true agenda as they fight to protect thousands of lives. Copeland and Perry deliver a knockout blow in this electrifying thriller that crackles with edge-of-your-seat suspense.
Genre: Action, Thriller
Director(s): Stephen Reynolds
Production: WWE Studios
 
IMDB:
4.9
R
Year:
2016
93 min
98 Views


1

Oh, my God!

Ma'am? Ma'am,

can you give me your location?

Clearly, people here want some answers.

- Breaking news...

- We have confirmed...

- And the robbery happened around...

- At this time, information...

...don't go near this area.

...into the buildings here behind us...

The question on everyone's mind is how did

this situation get out of control here?

...so the pictures you're seeing,

this is a major incident.

...police have a suspect in custody.

What drives a person to commit a crime?

To destroy? To weaken someone's resolve?

Vengeance? Spite?

Religion?

Money?

Communities, cities, entire countries

are put beneath microscopes

and analyzed for their flaws,

their weaknesses, so that one individual

can find the smallest chink

in the system's armor

and benefit from it.

Clearly, this has been done

by an explosives expert.

- Police say...

- My name is Lucas Nolan.

I'm an interrogation specialist.

I elicit useful information

from a suspect,

build a rapport, and utilize

any techniques necessary to gather data.

At least, that's what the book says.

I'm good at it.

No, I'm great at it...

Peeling away every layer

of a person's mind

and uncovering a clue

at the root of a problem.

And if you know what you're looking for...

you can prevent it

all from ever happening.

Shots fired! Shots fired!

Code 236, we're under fire!

Shots fired! Shots fired!

Officer pinned down, taking heavy fire!

Need backup!

All units, all units, please respond.

Officers need assistance.

Shots fired. Go to this location:

2543 North 6th Avenue.

All units, officers need assistance.

Shots fired.

Where the hell is that backup?

Who the hell are you?

Nolan, FBI. What do we got?

Suspect robbed the Bank of America.

Tracked his car here.

Four seconds a clip.

Probably an M4 automatic.

Five seconds to reload.

Hope he's consistent.

Hey, where are you going?

One, two, three, four...

- What the hell is he doing?

- I have no idea.

One, two, three, four.

Four seconds. You're out.

Shit.

How'd you know he was out?

Lucky guess.

Can I help you?

Are you in charge of bomb threats?

- Excuse me?

- You know,

this bomb is going to go off

at this place, at this time.

You should be really scared type of thing.

When exactly is this bomb gonna go off?

Now.

Show me your hands.

Show me your hands now!

Son of a bitch.

On the ground. On your knees now!

All right, go through.

- Next. ID?

- Good to go.

- How bad is it?

- No casualties, but bad enough.

Sixty square blocks with no electricity.

It'll take at least 12 hours

to get it back online.

Good news, we still got power.

That's not good news.

We could have the day off.

Yeah, I heard that.

Next. All right, go through.

Next.

We should get this started.

A man who gives himself up like that

knows he's about to be interrogated.

- Who's our guy?

- He's a memory savant.

He remembers anything and everything.

And he plays back highlights

in his mind better than ESPN.

He's a walking, talking encyclopedia.

Never pretends he has

more knowledge than the suspect

to gain the upper hand because he does.

How is that possible?

- What'd I miss?

- Nice of you to join us.

Luke, you know Special Agent Sara Ward.

Anti-terror, right?

So what do we got on this guy?

Not much.

- Prints?

- Nope.

- He filed them off.

- Or burned them.

We're running his face through

the Bureau databases right now,

- but so far...

- I get it.

We got one wallet, empty.

Some kind of paint smudge on it

and a key with the letters

"MS" scratched onto it.

- How much time I got?

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