Synopsis: Claire is a tough gang member that has to find the Boss' mistress, Kitty, who ran away from him. She is accompanied by Boss' trigger-happy son Jimmy. Claire's colleague gangster Nick is terminally ill and cancer starts to take over him.
Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime
Director(s): Jennifer Leitzes
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
96 min

What the hell, Nick?

There he is on the sidewalk.

No, he's not. He's in the trunk.

No, on the sidewalk.

I'm sure this time.

Thank you.

Well, well. Country Mouse and

City Mouse make good.

Why, I'm impressed.

I'm so glad.

There's a fine line

between luck and skill.

In fact, there's no line at all.

Boss wants to see you.


How did you find

the son of a bitch?

Grace of God. Nick spotted him.

- Alone?

- No bags, no protection.

- Spend any time with him?

- No.

Good. Well, we'll just

let him sweat it out.

We should do him somewhere else.

- Why?

- Duncan.

- Claire?

- What does he do for us anyway?

You just don't trust him

because he doesn't carry.

What happened to, "Do it

yourself and it gets done right"?

The business has changed, you know?

Duncan saves us taxes.

Keeps us clean.

He's introduced us

to a world of money.

A lot that matters if people

walk away with it.

It's not about money.

It's about perception of strength.

Claire, did you think of that

all by yourself?

The bagman was your responsibility.

The loss of that money is your fault.

You're fucking useless.

Now that we've thanked

our foot soldier...

...for the invaluable work contributed

today, please dismiss yourself.

F*ck you.

The Boss and I have some important

financial matters to discuss.

Numbers? You know,

things you wouldn't understand.

Hey! Hey, friends, friends, come on.

We'll get it out of Koo.

Don't shush me.


We tossed Koo's house.

Wife's gone. I checked the airlines.

Simms, check her credit. Boulez,

get on everyone who moves paper.

Let them deny things

and then drop that we've got Koo.

We're gonna break him.

If they know anything, they'll spill.

When's The Boss

gonna squeeze Koo?

When he's ready.

- All right, boys. I'm in.

- Fresh blood.

I could use a challenge.

Take any more money from

this boy, hey...

...l'm gonna own him outright.

- What you looking at?

- What the f*ck?

Stupid little girl's gonna get

your balls in a vice.

The mass of men lead

lives of quiet desperation.


- Amazing.

- I'm surprised you talk to me.

The Boss doesn't see in me

the threat he sees in others.

Why? You don't like girls?

My medications have taken their toll.

If I could do whatever I wanted...

...I wouldn't sit around here

playing poker all day.

They're just tools for The Boss.

They have no idea how

badly they're being used.

Everyone is a tool for someone.

The thing to consider is what

exactly one should be used for.

It's convenient Claire brought

the bagman without the bag.

No, Claire's solid. I trust her.

This is the only life she knows.

- That's obvious enough.

- Don't piss her off. It's not smart.

All right, look. Until we

get a handle on this problem...

...l'm thinking we should shift

some of our capital abroad.

Will it cost us?

We'll be in profit in 30 days,

trust me.

- I trust results.

- Precisely.

Do it.

Wait! There ain't two

of these in a deck of cards!

- Fucking piece of shit!

- You been robbing me all night.

What the f*ck is going on?

Somebody was cheating, Boss.

Of course somebody was cheating.

You're a bunch of fucking criminals!

That is precisely

why this always happens!

If I see money on that table again,

I'll have Nick shoot you all.

Kitty, stay away from the boys.

That's it, forget it.

It's nice to see you, Kitty.

We haven't spoken for a while.

How was your day?

"It was fine, Duncan.

I mean, it was just like yesterday

and the day before that.

So slowly I work up

the courage to run away.

But I never get quite enough courage

to run really far away.

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