The Bravery: Live from La Zona Rosa

Synopsis:
Genre: Music
Year:
2007
60 min
8 Views


PRIVATE SECURITY

- Coffee's ready.

- Thanks.

You want it now

but you never call me.

I've called.

Give it to me.

Don't.

It doesn't come off.

Maybe you've got the wrong number.

Wait!

Hurry up, motherfucker!

It's my turn!

I'll kill you, son of a bitch!

I don't need this.

If you want the other one,

I have to get the whole thing.

I just want the mirror.

I already told you, asshole,

take it apart, it'll break!

Sergio, do you copy me?

Where are you?

Let's go, dude.

I'm working.

I'm paid to stay here all night.

Don't be a fag!

No one's going to know.

OK.

-What's up, man?

- Come on.

- Give it to me.

- It's my boss's.

Give it to me!

Miguel! Where are you going?

Don't move!

Get your hands off! Everything!

Overthere!

Move overthere!

It happened at Mercedes' house.

Are you taking the car?

I don't know. Is it far?

Where are my keys?

On the TV.

I'll go with you.

As long as you come home

if things turn nasty.

We don't know anything yet.

Daniel's on his way.

Where are you going?

With Dad.

Everything'll be ok.

- Take care.

- Sure.

Stay with yourfather!

- Do you hear me?

-Yes.

Yes, Laura,

Alejandro's gone with his father.

-Anyone hurt?

- I don't know.

They broke into Mercedes' house

and killed her.

They strangled her.

There's a lot of blood.

How did they get in?

Through the kitchen from the back.

She said it happened too fast.

She couldn't do anything.

It was dark.

Calm down, Ricardo.

Let's go inside.

It was dark.

I couldn't see anything.

Where were you?

In the kitchen.

- How many were there?

- Three.

Are you sure?

Yes. One got away.

Try to remember.

I watched them...

Did they work here?

In another house?

Who?

No. I don't know.

- I don't know them.

- How did they get in?

I don't know.

- Had you seen them before?

- No.

Alejandro!

I have to go too.

I killed the guard.

We'll talk later.

I knew him, Daniel!

The guard.

He was a good man.

Give me the gun, Ricardo.

You didn't kill anyone, OK?

Those sons-of-bitches

are the ones to blame.

Your gun neverfired.

Forget it and go back home.

We'll take care of it.

Wait for me inside.

- Good morning.

- Good morning.

- How's it going?

- Fine.

May I?

Be careful.

We're recording everything today.

No, there's no problem.

Let me get in

and see for myself.

No, no. A billboard fell,

there was a power failure

that triggered the alarm.

That's all.

The caller reported gunshots.

They must have come from the

other side of the wall, as usual.

Well, if nothing happened

I'm sure you won't mind

if we take a look.

With all due respect, you need

a warrant to come in here.

- The street belongs to everyone.

- Not this one.

Take it easy, officer.

Have some beers.

I don't drink

at other people's expense.

A fucking cop with principles.

What did you say, asshole?

How much will it cost us

to get you off our backs?

Take it easy, Gerardo.

More than you've got.

Thanks foryour concern, captain.

- That was a waste of time.

- Did you find anything?

Yes, but you can't see his face.

Please, rewind!

What's that?

His trainer.

The important thing

is we know he's inside.

- Tell Mom I'll be late.

- OK.

What's wrong?

Don't forget it's my birthday.

I'm sorry, son.

I completely forgot.

Happy birthday.

- Happy birthday.

- Thank you.

- Take care.

-You too, Dad.

... point five times

is point five square root...

Is that your dad?

Take your seats, please.

You're old enough

to know how to behave.

With 26 delegates present

and substitutes

from blocks 13 and 17.

At 8:
30 a.m.,

the meeting is open.

In the event of violence

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