ambiguities. In this version, Mathilda was to be aged 13 or
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Firstly, you look. For more than one
with one minute period. Therefore, you
wait and look. Alarms firstly, the sky
for helicopters, nearby buildings.
will try to wear dresses of the same
color. Never lighter.
Mathilda listens very carefully.
OK. Good. Now you can assemble your
telescopic sight and silencer.
to use, because you can keep far from the
client. The more experience you have, the
closer you get.
She's going to pull off telescope's cover.
No. Always take it off at the last
They'll see you in two seconds.
Relax. You must feel at ease.
Mathilda leans down properly.
OK, I'm fine.
He removes telescope's cover.
shooting. There, you fix client's
distance... How much to the bench down
there in the park?
Huh... 500 meters?
How can you say it?
Look. When you can see his fingers, it's
50 meters. When you just see his hands,
it's about 80 meters. When you
distinguish arms from body, it's 120-130.
When you see nothing more than a shape,
you don't shoot. Not very sure. You have
one chance out of five to miss. A
your side. 5 out of 5. You can't miss a
client. Never... If the task is delicate
or the risk is too big, you double. That
What, for example?
Well, if the guy is far, in a car, and I
distance and if I miss I plastic.
What if you can't approach the car or he
(She looks at the
road and imagines)
But can you miss the car?
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