P2

Synopsis: The story centers on a corporate climber who gets stuck working late on Christmas Eve and finds herself the target of an unhinged security guard. With no help in sight, the woman must overcome physical and psychological challenges to survive.
Director(s): Franck Khalfoun
Production: Summit Entertainment
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
5.9
Metacritic:
37
Rotten Tomatoes:
35%
R
Year:
2007
98 min
$3,950,874
Website
193 Views


Yes, sir. I redrafted the contracts

to include the new stipulations.

- Then where are they?

- I'm faxing the revisions now.

Did you make all the changes I asked for?

Yes. I included the four percent increase

and the extra 2 million.

No, no. If it's a four percent increase then

you have to add at least 3 million dollars.

That's not what I was told.

- Who told you that?

- Their lawyers.

They're all idiots! I don't understand

this total lack of communication.

It's okay. I just had no way of knowing, sir.

Look, this is what I need you to do.

- Sir, could I put you on hold for a second?

- Okay.

- Thanks. Hi, Jody.

- Mr. Harper wants to see you in his office.

- Great. Of course.

- Still want me to fax those?

You don't have to. I'm not even done yet.

You should go home.

- Are you sure?

- It's late.

I don't want your parents to worry.

Get out of here.

- Okay. Merry Christmas, Angela.

- Merry Christmas, Jody.

Hi, Lorraine. Of course I'm going to make it.

Just let me call you back. Okay?

In a few minutes, I promise. Okay.

Still on the Morgan deal?

What can I do for you, Jim?

I...

I don't know how to...

Angela, I feel terrible about what happened.

It's fine. Let's just not worry about it, okay?

No, it's not okay. I acted like a real jerk.

I had too many drinks and... You know

how these Christmas parties can be.

We had a baby last year, and...

It's been a hard year.

I'm sure that it has.

I simply want to tell you

that I'm really, really sorry. Okay?

Apology accepted.

Thanks. Merry Christmas, Angela.

You too, Jim.

You calling me from work?

Thought you were going home first.

- I brought everything with me. Don't worry.

Get over here, Angie.

God, I am

so late with this dinner.

Did you pick up the Santa Claus costume?

I hope you didn't forget it.

It's in the car.

I think Dad is more excited than the kids.

I can't wait to get out of here

and see you guys.

Jimmy, put that back.

We're having dinner soon.

- You want Santa to come tonight or not?

Mommy, I want Santa to come.

Then help me set the table.

- Please don't be late.

- I won't. I promise.

- Okay, bye.

- Bye.

Okay.

- Oh, Jesus!

- My God!

- Sorry, Angela...

- It's okay.

I was just locking up the floors.

I didn't know anybody would be working

this late on Christmas Eve.

- Me neither.

- Sorry.

I'll come back later, all right?

Actually, if you wouldn't

mind waiting, I'll lock my office

- and take the elevator down with you.

- Sure.

Two seconds.

Do you work all night?

Yeah, but they're closing the building

for the next three days.

- Besides, I get New Year's Eve off.

- That's good.

I hope to get home in time

for the girls to open up the presents.

- How are they?

- Great.

- Your parents can't stand me.

- You're wrong. They love you.

- So, where are you going this evening?

- I'm going to my sister's house in Jersey.

I thought of you more as

an Upper East Side girl.

Upper east side of Maine, actually.

I grew up on a farm.

Now, I'm having trouble believing that.

Hey, don't let the fancy clothes fool you.

I keep it real.

Is that what you call it? Keeping it real?

- Goodnight, Karl.

- Merry Christmas, Angela.

You too. I'll see you soon.

I promise you I'm leaving right now.

I know. I'm sorry, but I'm in the elevator.

Twenty- five minutes, tops.

I can't hear you. What?

Lorraine, you're breaking up.

Hello?

You have got to be kidding.

Come on.

Oh, God. What am I gonna do?

I'm getting out of the car

is what I'm gonna do.

Oh, shit.

Hello?

Jesus!

Rocky, what are you doing? Heel.

Stay. Down.

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Franck Khalfoun

Franck Ange Khalfoun (born 9 March 1968 in Paris, Île-de-France, France) is a French film director and screenwriter, known for directing P2, Wrong Turn at Tahoe, Maniac, and the Amityville franchise entry Amityville: The Awakening. His upcoming films include the horror film Abandoned and the action-thriller film Entry Level. more…

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