The Perfect Host

Synopsis: Injured after committing a bank robbery, John Taylor is desperate to find a place to hide out and approaches the home of Warick Wilson. John manages to get himself invited into the house by posing as a friend of a friend and spinning a sob story of lost luggage and a violent mugging. Inside, Warick, a consummate host, is making the final preparations for an impeccable dinner party. He insists John stay for the party, but as the evening begins it becomes obvious Warick may not be what he first appears.
Director(s): Nick Tomnay
Production: Magnolia Pictures
  2 wins.
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93 min


Open the cash register.

Shut up, open the f***ing box.

Shut up.

Hey you. Come here.

Your wallet. Throw it to the floor.

- Come on!

- Come, come!

Put it in a bag whore.

- Paper or plastic?

- Plastic.

Hey, come back here.

Look, lady, I do not care

sh*t, I do, okay?

Do what you have

to do, just let me out of it.


You think I'm a lady?

- Are not you?

- Do not you think that'll shoot you in the face?

I hope not.

Drop it.

- What?

- That sh*t that you bring, let her go.

It is the last bottle, I need it.

Drop it.

- I have a bleeding foot.

- I have a f***ing gun.

Who will pay for that?

Give me my wallet.

... convicted of assault and robbery,

Caucasian 33, broke the window

leaving me behind.

Police have released images

Security camera ...

Hands up, you idiot!

Drop the gun.

Drop the gun!

- Drop it now!

- Okay.

Want to f*** me?

Out of my store!


- Get off my car!

- What Car?

You are seated.

I was in toilet.

So far police estimate

a bounty of $ 300,000.

Taylor, caucasian 33 years, leads

a 1980 model Buick Brown,

plates K-R-S-4-2-7.

police who asked to identify

Taylor or his vehicle,

contact local authorities.

In other news ...


Hello, sorry to bother you.

I am new to Los Angeles y. ..

going to meet a friend

with whom I stay ...

I have just been assaulted and took my

phone, wallet, and I was wounded.

Lord I saw the sign in its window and

I wondered if I could pass y. ..

use your phone and get ready.

I know how it should sound.

Still the Lord then?

Yes, imagine how relieved I felt

when I saw the sign in its window.

But do not use the cross.

No, unfortunately I was

torn during the robbery.

Maybe you have another next Christmas.

I do not understand, I am a Christian.

Maybe, but certainly not follow


We do not celebrate Christmas and

not recognize the cross, wolf.

Dear Warwick, I'm in

Sidney and I love sunny ...

love Julia.


Yeah, you Warwick?

Warwick, yes.

Who is it?

Hi Warwick, I am John,

friend Julia.

She's not here now.

Yes, I know, I just leave it in Sydney.


What I can do for you?

Well, I'm in a mess.

I just arrived in the country, and

airport lost my luggage

and above all I was assaulted.

Oh, my God.

If planning to stay with

my cousin and now there's nobody home.

If ...

Look, would not normally do

something, but ...

... Julia not stop talking

on the great person you are,

was going to call anyway

I thought ...

I thought maybe I could go

and fix the issues.

You are my last resort.

I ... I love to help but ...

I expect people to dinner.

I'd be doing a

great favor.


Okay, no hard feelings.

Maybe another time.

- John?

- Yes.

Sorry, I do not forgive Julia,

Sure you can spend.

- You must be exhausted. I'm Warwick.

- John.

Can I get you something to drink?

Mineral water, wine?

Yes, wine.

- Red or white?

- Red.

Thank you.

Here you go.

Thank you.

- Linda home.

- Thanks.

Please take a seat.

Okay, thanks.

- And how was Australia.

- Oh, great.

Beautiful, the beaches are amazing,

I wish I could have stayed longer.

Travel. One of the real

pleasures of life.

And then what do you do when

not traveling?

I do this and that.

I do not know what to call it.

We all have so many options

these days, right?

And then? How are you


Okay, very, very well.

How do you feel about returning

to work?

- Well, well.

- I'm surprised.

The last time he spoke

on leave.

You know, did not talk much

about it.

Do not blame her, I could not

with that work. Could you?

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