Secrets of Deception

Synopsis: After a man discovers his young wife is cheating on him with a neighborhood boy, he goes down a dangerous path of revenge & destruction.
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
76 min


-What's up?

- Well, I have a client

with a little problem.

- I figured.

Who's the client?

-You know Jeff Schaefer?

- Jeff Schaefer. Oh, yeah,

the pharmaceutical guy.


- So, what do you want from me,


- I need you to hook me up

with one of your guys.

-Come on, Luke. Come on.

What happened to your big,

bad motherf***er,

Ronald, your boy?

-Honestly, I don't know.

Usually, he'd be all over

something like this.

But he's not calling me back,


- That's why I'm here.

- You know...

I don't know if I should

take it as a compliment or not.

But it's always

really good to see you.

Leave her out of this.

-What'd you think, homey?

You thought we were

just gonna walk away or what?

- You want to shoot somebody,

shoot me, you motherf***er.

Shoot me, you f***.

-Aw, sh*t, it's going to be fun.

-Happy anniversary, my love.

- All right, just make sure

everything's set up

when we arrive.

Last time, was a bit of a mess.

It was like one thing

after another...

You know what I'm saying.

- Of course, Mr. Schaefer.

You've nothing to worry about.

Let me handle

all of those particulars.

It's about time

you took a vacation.

- Okay, and don't forget

this is a secret,

so just keep it between

me and you, okay?

- Yes, sir. However,

I just want to remind you

about the autism speaks event

this Saturday.

- Looks like somebody

made you breakfast.

-God, you're the best.

Happy anniversary, baby.

- Happy anniversary, my love.

- You ever cheat on your wife,

Mr. Schaefer?

-Cheat on my wife?

You just interviewed my wife.

She's gorgeous.

I mean,

I couldn't even pay a girl

half as good to f*** me.

No, I don't cheat on my wife.

-We met your secretary.

- Very pretty.

- Hmm.

- What kind of

f***ing question is that?

- Well, did it ever

cross your mind,

I mean, once or twice?

- Listen, I don't mean

to be disrespectful, okay.

But I have never,

or never will cheat on my wife.

-Okay, okay.

- You know, I might have a couple

of little surprises for you.

- Woo.

What are you up to, hmm?

-Here's number one.

-Oh, my god.

- You didn't.

- I did.

Oh, my god.

-You remembered.

-Of course, I did.

You know, I can take it back

if you don't like it.

-No. I love it.

Thank you.

- So I'm going to

hop in the shower

and get to work

and pay for this, okay?

-How did I get so lucky?

-I ask myself that every day.

You put that on

and eat your breakfast, okay?

- Be a good girl.

- Hmm.


-This is Gregg.

- Hey, Gregg.

It's, um, Jeff Schaefer.

I don't know if you remember.

I used your services

back a couple of years ago.

I was looking to

acquire a company.

- Oh, sure. Hello, Mr. Schaefer.

How are you?

-I've been better.

-Well, you're alive.

I'd say that's...

That counts for a lot.

How can I help you?

I'm going to need you to

keep tabs on my wife.

- You mean,

your ex-wife?

-Oh, no, my current wife.

I think there's

a possibility that

she might be involved

in some indiscretions

and I just want to make sure

before I take

any unnecessary action.

- Hurry up. Your boss

is going to get mad at you.

- I am the boss.

-Bye-bye, babe.

-See you, sexy.

Why would you think that?

I'm his assistant.

I pay his credit card bill.

Every time he goes to Vegas,

he's got all these charges

from escort companies.

The weekend he meets Kim,

it's different.

There's only one charge

to a new company

and it's for like

five times the rate

of the other companies.

So i... I clear the charge

with Mr. Schaefer and he says,

oh, it's... it's just, just some,

you know, some admission fee,

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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