The Debt Collector

Synopsis: A classically-trained martial artist goes to work as a mob debt collector. The job seems easy enough, until a client drags him into a situation deeper than could ever be anticipated.
Genre: Action
Director(s): Jesse V. Johnson
Production: Compound B
95 min

- He is here? - You know I do.

Can you call it? We would talk.

The class ended for today, boys.

Unless you want to sign up for the next.

- Do you know French? I like you. - Really?

But you can not run a business for nothing.

We do.

Our schools give profit but your traditional teaching

- is becoming more obsolete day. - Seriously? Why?

Why do you spread black belts like candy?

Hears! Tell him keep the tape measure.

It's just a matter of time, French.

I have cash here today.

I can pay for you to transfer the rent to my account.

You can leave a rich man! It is not a shame.

- What do you say? - I mean you say stupid things.

French, ten thousand US dollars will buy your contract today.

Next week will offer seven o'clock.

The following five.

You see where it goes?

Would you mind taking my tatami feet?

For once in life, making a smart decision.

I said to take out my shoes tatami.

Or what?

We could do it the old, right?


You and I could do a little dance on the mat.

See who wins.

If you win, well, I'm moving today.

But if I win,

Largan and you three are not reappear here.

- You wanna fight me? - I will face the three idiots.

How in a kung fu movie?

Yes, that's right, friend. As a kung fu movie.

Let's go then.

Very good!

- How long I was passed out? - It's Tuesday friend.

Leave the ice on the nose. You'll be fine.

Close the door behind you, okay?

Your kick back ...

It is very sloppy, French.

Yeah right if.


That was a great show, French.

Hopefully not the place again and catch fire.

My insurance just defeated.

- You're in trouble, right? - Yes, you could say that.

I guess you did not talk with your man, do not you, Alex?

I mean, I could really use the extra money.

It's not for you.

You're a tough guy. You are also a good man.

I'm not so good, dude. You saw what I did, right?

French, your life would be much easier if shalt cause the rent.

Please! Why ten thousand? What shall I do with ten thousand?

I pay the bank first.

Then I'll have to buy a car, pay the rent and then what?

It's my gym. I built everything from scratch.

I myself revokes those walls. I cut the tatami.

I worked very hard to come and destroy all those morons.

Come on, buddy, I need your help. I'll do whatever it takes to preserve this.


People say that all the time, but rarely serious.

I'm serious. I am willing.

This kind of work does not give you a better life.

It's good money, but it has a price.

It requires your consciousness.

I'm your friend, I will not let you get into this, French.

I am already big, Alex. I can take care of myself.

I remember you said that.

Not really up to me.

Tommy will have to sell.

- Tommy? - Yes, Tommy. It is your business.

Nobody works for Tommy if he does not approve.

I'll introduce you,

but you have to convince him that you are fit for work.

Thanks Alex.

Do not thank me, French. Not that kind of work.

I know you're there, French! I heard it on the fire escape.

You're wearing three-month delay!

I need to call a little cretins to charge you.

The gym is loose, but I hope to rebound.

Who cares? Pay me!

Yes very good. Give me a week. Yes? One week.

Meanwhile, you could fix the place of garbage!

Pay the damn rent!


If, according.

Watch how you behave. No fanfarronees, hurts you.

Speak softly, do you pay attention.

Look at anyone who has real power.

They do not make extravagant gestures. They are terse, concise.

And above all, avoid eye contact.


Because that's your trump card.

Save it for when you want to make something clear.

And do not get a reputation. Leave it to me.

I have a team of lawyers available 24 hours, you do not.

Just tell them to make charges for Tommy.

My name is all you need.

You know take care of yourself?


Speak up other collections do for me.

Yes, I take care of myself.

I was a paratrooper in the service of his majesty, 15 years.

I saw a lot of shootings and brawls, then ...

- yes, I can do it. - Are you sure?

The roads that will cross the doors you call,

They are far from His Majesty's service.

Escuche, Sr. Kowalski,

I need this job.

You do not have to worry about me.

I've been fighting since I can remember

and I will leave one or two skulls if necessary.

I'll keep it in mind.

I have a man who does not mind sharing the Commission.

He has a lot of work this week,

so it's a good time to learn the craft.

Perhaps he comes from a long spree, but it is one of the best.

- Seem right. - And buy yourself a nice suit.

You must look professional when represent me.



- You're early. - It is nine o'clock.

Goes up.

Yes, you'll get used.

I'm Sue.


You do not look French.

I'm not.

Tommy speech made you dress when you represent?

He did, actually.

Do you have the list of the commission?

Skies, Tommy likes to assert your money, right?

It's okay,

but tell me, how did so many jobs?

Actually, no, friend. This is my first day.

Is not it great?

I'll be honest with you, rookie.

It is not easy to earn a living. We earn it the hard way.

Okay, because I'm working.

I do not need a worker, but someone brave and fast.

You're lucky, I have both.

- Agree? - You have it?

- Yes because? Are you going to a gym?

Look, pal, I manage, yes?

No need to worry I'll cover you.

You better. Or this society will be very brief.

I could use a coffee well.

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Jesse V. Johnson

Jesse V. Johnson is a film director, screenwriter and stunt coordinator, born on November 29, 1971, in Winchester, England.Johnson has made primarily action films. These include the 2009 revenge thriller The Butcher and the crime drama Charlie Valentine.Prior to becoming a filmmaker, he worked as a stuntman and later a stunt coordinator. His stunt performing credits include: M:i:III, Charlie's Angels, Mars Attacks!, Planet of the Apes, Starship Troopers, War of the Worlds, Total Recall and Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. He worked as a stunt coordinator on Beowulf. more…

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