Synopsis: A troubled veteran from the war in Afghanistan works to protect an orphaned teenager who witnessed a murder from the killer's henchmen.
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Director(s): Til Schweiger
Production: Warner Bros. Pictures International
  1 win & 2 nominations.
130 min

Hey, hands off!

It's for the Presidential Suite.

- Come on, let's check it out.

- Okay.

Come on.



- Catch me, old man!

- Old man?


Mac Book Pro.

Doesn't matter.

I'll crack the code later.



I'll loose my job.

Trying to f*ck me over?

Who cooked this crap? You?

Hey, we ordered medium rare

and not this bloody piece of cunt!

I ought smash your fucking face in,

you asshole!

Are you trying to f*ck me over?

- Yes? - Where's my laptop?

- On the table.

Not anymore.

On the long table in the dining room.

It isn't here anymore.

I'm sitting at the table.

Where the whisky is.

I'm positive. I saw it there.

- It was open.

- Get up here at once.

I'll be right there.

Give me the laptop. I'll put it back.

Wait there!


I almost shot you.

Is he dead?


He's still a kid.

F*ck! F*ck!

What an idiot!

F*ck! F*ck!

Take off your clothes and put 'em

in a laundry bag. I'll take care of 'em.

Underpants, too?

No, you can leave them on.

We are reporting from the crime scene

where just hours ago

the industrialist Thomas Backer

shot the kitchen boy Tony Ranter

in self-defense. At least, that is what.

Backer claimed when he was arrested.

Backer's security chief Nicholas Wulff,

a former major in the Foreign Legion,

was also arrested by the police.

He has commanded the protection team

for the last five years.

Thomas Backer has made his fortune

predominantly as an arms dealer

winning contracts worth billions.

But despite or because of his success,

there have been numerous rumors,

rumors of illegal money laundering,

rumors of bribery worth millions.

Backer has been publicly accused of

being involved in dubious arms trading.

He annually

donates millions

to several charities.

Thomas Backer has always been generous

with the Russian people and government.

Thomas Backer is here. Thomas Backer

is one of Germany's

most influential industrialists.

Do I have to go back

to the orphanage?

Nina, I

I'm afraid there's no other solution

in the long run.

You don't have a legal guardian.


right now we should find

another place for you to stay.

What do you think?

I don't know.

I just don't want

to go back to the orphanage.

It's great you made your statement


Tony was the only person

who was always there for me.

And now he's dead.

I'm really sorry, Nina.

I can imagine

how terrible all this is for you.

Are you hungry?

Okay, I'll see you later.

- What did I miss?

- Nothing. We just got started.

- You entered the bathroom.

- My client refuses to comment.

He doesn't even want to describe it

from his point of view? - Right.

When you were questioned

at the crime scene by police officers,

- you said.

- You think I'm talking gibberish?

And you're aware that

the officers found a witness

in your suite who described the shooting

in a completely different way.

And she said that Tony Santer

- didn't have a gun.

- I'll get that bastard this time.

I demand to see the records

In the meantime. My client

- refuses to make a comment.

- Was it self-defense, Mr. Backer?

My client refuses to comment.

Do we have a case? - As long as

we have our witness, we have a case.

- You really want to take him to court?

- Yes. - And keep your job, too?

Oh yes.

Your witness is a nobody,

a street urchin with a record this long!

- You know why she's a street urchin?

- She's an orphan.

There's no family stupid enough

to adopt her. Two foster families

brought her back.

She didn't only break into several cars.

She also drove them. She is violent.

Here. Two violent assaults

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