Tools of the Trade: Inside the Action of 'The Mechanic'

Synopsis: Cast and crew talk up the movie's appeal as a Hitman movie, the work of the cast, shooting some of the more daring scenes, and making some of the more dangerous stunts.
Genre: Short
Year:
2011
8 min
10 Views


BARRANQUILLA, COLOMBIA

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA

For what I do is a certain

thinking is needed.

I run commands.

Designated targets.

Some commands have

of accidents appear.

Others need someone else

suspicion.

Few have a selective

a clear message is needed.

An easy pull the trigger.

The best assignments are those

where nobody knows you're there.

CARTEL LEADER, LARA JORGE,

ACCIDENTALLY DROWNED

A fairy brought me yesterday

a visit.

Gave me an old bottle of Scotch.

He knows the good stuff.

Goodbye, Henry.

Why did you bring me

rotplek brought to this?

You're a snob.

There are 1100 people each day through.

Two people in transit

are difficult to remember.

Of course, those people

will remember.

Defeats that your goal a little bit?

I'm not going anywhere without them.

Let them do something about their costume,

they do not look.

Everything went well?

It's done.

I am better than you.

Why they give you those commands.

It may be a little rough ...

if they are rough and you trade it off ...

and to give them no more.

Served, no loose ends.

Fait accompli.

You're a machine.

You see things,

you watch people ...

different from me or anyone else does.

But you have a problem.

You do need friendship.

- I got you, Harry.

You're in bigger trouble

than I thought.

How's Steve?

- Did I say I'm kept a job?

They fired him last month.

He hit a man half dead.

Damn disappointment.

It always will.

Call him.

- I call him?

Why?

- He wants to adopt to hear from you.

We're going to get money.

Come dance with me.

Come on, please.

Are you hungry?

Yes.

I gotta go.

Will you still say your name?

Arthur.

Nice try, but you

Arthur does not look like one.

No, more like a David.

Or Brad.

Yes, must have been a Brad.

SHERLOQUE:

KANSAS CLASSIFIEDS

WORK:

MECHANIC REQUIRED

HARRY M. McKENNA

(09/11/1947 -)

Global Engineering.

- I'm calling for the ad.

There must be a mistake.

- One moment.

The information of the advertisement is correct.

I want an appointment.

We call you back.

Mr. Bishop, Mr. Dean agree

for an appointment.

A private plane within one hour to remove

and bring you to an area he chooses.

You get fifteen minutes.

The plane will take you back.

As we say around ten hours

home should be, is not half past ten.

I do not care, baby. Your mother

was afraid. Two weeks under house arrest.

One moment.

That's not my problem.

Ten days and you will voluntarily

two Saturdays working at the shelter.

Eight days and three times seven hours.

Beautiful ring.

- Agreed.

So I want one as well.

- Do not.

Unless you are a world champion.

- Say that he is making.

We go.

I just lost a bargaining

and with sixteen.

Let's take a walk.

Six months ago we asked

the largest contract ever to adopt.

The target had a higher priority

than we are used.

The assignment was too lush.

- The target was South African?

Target fled to South Africa

and when we turned to.

Setting up lasted six months.

A team of five agents

to the mission work.

All five were slain them.

Someone knew everything.

You knew, someone from that team.

- This. Sebastian.

You know how this business works.

Only two partners know

the details of a contract.

Two people knew this

details. Me and Harry McKenna.

Harry has betrayed us.

We have examined his finances,

Look at that international transfers.

One two weeks ago

for $ 20,000,000.

He is old, weak.

Countless dead, divorced,

a son with problems.

That made him vulnerable.

And the past 13 years I have him

been faithful. Much respect for him.

But Harry McKenna

poisoned the well. He has to go.

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