Making 'The Score'

Synopsis: A behind-the-scenes look at the making of _Score, The (2001)_.
 
IMDB:
6.2
Year:
2001
12 min
499 Views


Wait.

What?

This.

Later.

I wanna smoke.

I wanna smoke.

Fine. Smoke.

Smoke all night.

Be still.

Do not turn around.

Do not turn around.

You will not be hurt.

- Bonjour, Nick.

- Bonjour, madame.

Albert.

Boss, hi.

- Jean-Claude.

- So, the trip was good?

- So, how are we doing?

- Great.

We have many reservations

for tonight.

Good. How many covers

did we have last night?

- Over 150.

- Good.

- Bar was steady.

- How was the music?

- Great band.

- Good. Good.

Scotch on the rocks, please,

little water.

Yeah, sure.

Monsieur Max.

Where-- Where Nicky?

Voila. Back from Bermuda.

Did you have a good trip?

Well, not as interesting

as yours, I'm sure.

My God!

Let me get a look at you.

You look like sh*t.

What's your secret?

Jean-Claude,

set up number two for us.

Yeah, sure.

Just give us a little room.

Thank you.

For sure.

There we are.

Bermuda.

Oh, God.

Well.

- It was pretty tight out there.

- Good. It'll keep you sharp.

I got a minor development.

- We lost the buyer.

- What do you mean, "lost"?

Well, she's in a brass casket

six feet underground...

never to be heard from again.

Well, I fronted 20,000

in expenses.

Now I'm due that,

plus 250 for my end.

You don't think I'm not

gonna take care of you?

I'm not gonna cover

your expenses and all that?

It's not about covering my expenses.

It's the money. Find another buyer.

Of course. But Jesus Christ,

sh*t happens.

This thing's gonna drag out.

You've got to be patient.

Wait a minute.

How about this?

Four big ones

in your hand.

Four million dollars

in your mitt.

- Four million?

- More than you ever dreamed of.

More than we ever,

ever did together.

Four million.

What are you into?

Well, I spotted this item

which was really exceptional.

It was European antiquity,

elegant...

and it was in the hands

of this real dumb prick...

that didn't know what he had.

And unfortunately...

it's become detained

in transit a little.

You don't wanna know where?

It depends.

Depends on what?

- On what you're gonna tell me.

- Okay.

It's in the Montreal

Customshouse.

- No way. I'm sorry.

- Oh, yeah. Wait a minute.

I got a guy--

I got a guy inside.

He gives you the whole layout,

handles security, everything--

You used to tell me, "Steal outside

the country, in the States, Europe.

But Montreal,

live in Montreal."

I said a lot of dumb things

in my day, didn't I?

- But that's--

- Right.

Let's just find another buyer

for this. I gotta open the place.

Okay, but I'm not finished

talking about this.

- Come on.

- You're making a large error here.

Not bad.

- Yeah?

- I just landed.

I got the delivery.

Got the bag?

- Yeah. Right here.

- Where's Johnny?

He got it in Istanbul,

right through the neck.

- Jesus. He was a good kid.

- Yeah.

Good and dead.

So you wanna talk,

or you wanna see what I got?

How can I be sure

you're okay?

I suppose I could f*** you.

That would work.

Hey. You okay?

Yeah. Great.

- How was your trip?

- I don't know.

Cities.

They're all starting to look

the same. They really are.

And the pasta in Rome

is not as good as yours.

And the ass pinchers.

They used to look

so charmingly European.

Not as good as me?

Come on.

It really must be

what it is about you I like...

because you most definitely

are not common.

- What if I were?

- What if you were what?

A little more common,

you know, and around more.

How much more?

Like, "all the time" more.

And I was just a jazz club owner

and not that other thing.

How would you feel

about that?

Hey, are you saying

what I think you're saying?

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