This is the story of a man named Hubert.
47 years old.
6 foot 4.
Heīs someone who doesnīt hurt a fly.
The thing is, this woman is no fly.
Hubert, you are exaggerating. -You could have waited.
I canīt hear you.
Iīll bring you to a quiet place to talk.
I have to report to Squale. Interrogate him and donīt let him cheat you.
Mr. Fiorentini. Van Eyck here.
I know you are busy all day.
Thatīs why I forgive you all the unanswered messages.
Mr. Van Eyck, I donīt have time. Come to business.
You are in debt. For the third time this month.
Clear the bills or your account will be removed.
Understood? -Iīm coming.
I had to come?
Hubert, whatīs the problem? Are you nervous?
No, not more than usual. Iīm quite calm.
You canīt just beat up people.
If itīs about the woman, or rather guy...
Forget the transvestite.
Iīm talking about the others. -Others? Which ones?
Hubert, think very good.
Yes there was a young man disturbing me.
Good. Go on...
Itīs coming back. There was a fight. -Yes, anything else?
At the stairs there was a guy who wanted to tell me something...
but I didnīt understand him.
He said... -My dad is the chief of police.
Ah, it slipped my mind. -He remembered.
His dad is out of town. You apologize to the kid.
What should I say? -Say whatever you want...
That you thought he was a gangster.
But the transvestite is waiting...
Ok, where do I find him? -What do you think?
Hello there. Itīs me. You remember me, right?
I ran into you last night.
Oh, donīt worry. Iīm not here to arrest you.
Iīm here to...
I came to apologize.
I didnīt recognize you in the dark. I didnīt know you were the son of...
I thought you were a bad guy.
A gangster. Wears the same black suit.
Iīm really sorry. Iīll be going now, bye.
Sounds like you are in a good mood today. Canīt you talk?
Listen, Sofia. Iīm really busy with a case right now.
Sure, youīre always busy with work. -Not on Sundays.
True, but then you play a round of golf. -I have to relax sometime, right?
Thatīs why Iīm calling. After golf we are going out for dinner.
Iīm not hungry. See you later.
Heīs not hungry.
First time Iīve heard that one.
Nothing. We tried everything. -Even the worst. He likes everything.
May I? -Sure, go ahead.
If you've got time to kill.
You really have a way with women.
Comes naturally. Men and women are meant to get along.
Iīm listening. Where are your girlfriends?
Wow, an impressive looking pen.
It was a gift. Only for special occations. Now go ahead.
Who did you get it from, a woman?
The only one for me. She just left one day.
This is all she left behind.
Come on. Give me the name of the bank.
Banque de līEtoile.
The whole gang will be there.
It was our last job. Our grand finale.
When is it?
Itīs today. -What time?
Youīre already 30 minutes too late.
Put it out on the wire.
Everything under control? Theyīre all inside? Did you check the place?
Oh fuck, not him.
Everything is going alright. No panic. They are inside and we have contact now and then.
Tell them we are sending someone.
Why? I didnīt ask for anyone.
What is this ladies? Why not just work like everyone else.
Go home. Iīm working here.
What are you doing? Iīm in charge here. Stay where you are or Iīll make a hole in this manīs head.
No, youīre not shooting anyone. Iīm the only one here whoīs allowed to do such a thing.
This is all thatīs left of your girlfriend. Now give up and surrender.
Irene, my head is spinning. Heīs going to hurt us.
Honey, heīs not going to do anything.
We have all the dynamite and guns. What can he do? Heīs bullshitting.
Oh you have a gun? From here it looks more like a piercing machine.
Shut up. Very funny. Now show yours.
Oh my, look at that. -Wow, thatīs big enough for a horse.
Gonna hurt really bad. Give it up guy.
Iīd rather not. You could break your nails.
Donīt fool with me. Push it gently my way.
Okay, but I warned you.
Haha, you saw that girls? How do I look? Okay, gameīs over.
Iīll count to ten. Very slow. Weīll keep it at your level.
What are you going to do, I got your piece right here.
1 , 2...
Stop fucking around. Iīll blow us all up. -3...
Why did I expect to be left alone today.
Hubert, Hubert... -Itīs Sunday.
Sure, but for us every day is monday. I just saw the police chief.
Why did you rub salt in the wounds instead of apologizing?
All I did was pour him a glass of water.
Thanks to you he has to stay at the hospital. His old man questioned your methods.
I donīt know what you are talking about.
Thanks to you the kid is in suspended position for 2 months.
The chief wants the same for you.
Hubert, no-one can question your results, but your methods...
Whatīs wrong with my methods? -They are illegal.
Weīre not in the old west. There are laws and codes to obey.
And as a police officer you have to respect those 2 things.
Respecting those rules made me lose eight guys 2 years ago. I bring them flowers very often.
The dead donīt live among us. Accept reality.
You donīt have any friends, no wife, no kids.
Get a life. Go start a family.
It will do you good.
Try it. You got a problem with women?
Of course not, but...
Have you been dating anybody?
I loved someone, but that was long ago...
Come on everybody has heard that story.
You met a woman while you were on a job in Japan. One day she just left.
But fifteen years have gone by.
Nineteen years. -Okay, nineteen.
You should go try something new. You canīt spend your whole life crying about her.
Do me a favour. Use these 2 months to relax.
Go shopping. -I donīt like shopping.
Force yourself. Buy yourself some new stuff for fun.
With a nice Armani-shirt you wonīt be single for long.
Youīre suspending me? -No, I am saving you.
Go be a man a while and proof youīre not just a cop.
Donīt you want to come in? -Of course.
I have never seen you wear something like that before.
All my T-shirts were dirty. -Oh, I understand.
Whatīs wrong? -Nothing, I was going to take your coat.
Whatīs that lovely smell? -The food.
No, I think itīs you...
Youīre wearing cologne? -Yes, I found an old bottle.
The bottle I gave you 2 years ago? -Really?
So now youīre hungry. -Canīt live on bread alone.
Iīm out of champagne, but I have some Shochu. Is that alright?
Everything alright at work?
Whatīs so funny? -I donīt work anymore.
I stopped when my husband passed away. 5 years ago.
How about a spring roll? -That would be just great.
That was just perfect, Hubert.
Thanks. It was no big deal.
First dinner in 2 years.
Time sure flies, huh? -Yeah.
Who taught you to cook like this, your ex? -Right.
I thought you only spent eight months with her. -Believe me, you can learn a lot in eight months.
I believe you.
Will you call me a taxi? -Right now?
Why do you look so surprised? -I thought...
Now that we know each other a bit better, I thought you might want to stay here tonight.
I think Iīll walk. Itīs nice weather.
A perfect ending to a perfect evening.
Sofia, I donīt understand.
Youīre very cute when you try so hard. But you donīt trust women.
Itīs not easy with women. They leave me or break my heart.
I donīt want to do either, Hubert.
All I want is to spend some time together. Thatīs love.
Not crying over someone who has been gone for over twenty years.
Nineteen years. -Nineteen years if you prefer.
If she really loved you she would still be here. And you would have had beautiful children.
But she is gone and all she left were a few memories and recipies.
Call me when your heart is free again.
I donīt know how to cook.
But I do know how to please a man. Our kids would be beautiful.
You really look burned out. You should take a vacation.
I think itīs time we separated.
Mr. Fiorentini? Paris police department?
Yes thatīs me.
Do you know a woman named Miko Kobayashi?
Yes I know her.
You know where she is? -Yes, at the morgue.
Ms. Kobayashi passed away yesterday in Tokyo.
Sorry to give you such sad news.
I am Mr. Hishibashi, lawyer. Tomorrow I will read her last wishes and will.
You are the only one mentioned. Iīd like you to be present.
She put me in her will? Yes she did.
Finding you wasnīt easy.
Tomorrow at three ok? -Iīm in Paris.
There is a flight at 5 īclock and one at 8.30.
I made a reservation for both. There is a ticket waiting for you.
I canīt just leave, I need to talk to my employer first. -I already did. Mr. Squale, isnīt it?
He said you could go. He told me you could stay as long as you want.
Iīll think it over, alright? -Ok, but you have to hurry.
What does it matter, why rush it?
She will be cremated tomorrow.
Donīt you want to see her one last time?
Iīll be there.
Business or pleasure? -Neither one.
Where do you come from?
The airplane. -Your humor tells me you are french.
Sorry? -Where did your plane come from?
If you look up you will see only one plane arrived. From Paris.
And if you look down you will see a ticket with CDG on it. Charles de Gaulle, Paris.
See Iīm not only funny, but also very observant.
You will see Iīm also very observant. Open your luggage.
Make it quick. Iīm late. -Hey, why hurry...
Where is he? -There, in room 17.
I hope heīs still in one piece. -Weīre not savages.
I havenīt seen him in 15 years. Wouldnīt recognize him.
Hang on one second.
I am nervous. Like a virgin. How do I look?
Do I look presentable?
You recognize me?
How wonderful, Hubert.
Let me look at you.
You look good man, just arrived and already in deep shit.
Try to be a little more discreet untill we get out of here.
Youīre right, weīre gone. Itīs ok, heīs one of ours.
When I was a rookie, he was already a lieutenant.
We were here in the 80īs to watch the Russians.
I canīt tell you the trouble we made.
Thatīs right you canīt, now try to keep your mouth shut for 5 minutes.
Iīm sorry for this. But your employee didnīt show me any respect.
I taught him a lesson and I was a bit out of line. Please except my apologies.
You do have a reputation, Mr. Fiorentini. Why are you here in Tokyo?
Working? -Vacation. But donīt worry, I wonīt be long.
Thatīs right. With him nothing takes long.
Youīre still driving the same car.
I love this car. Never change a winning team.
So what are you up to? -Nothing really. Iīm all done with the commandoīs.
Iīm just your average neighbourhood cop.
I finish my shift and go home. -Quit fucking with me.
Tell me you're knitting while youīre at it. -I play golf. And I love it.
You poor thing. Itīs a good thing you came back.
So what do we blow up? Gonna sink a bot? Sabotage a power plant?
Do you remember that one time?
We blew up the wrong building. It was totally great.
Iīm here for a personal matter.
You havenīt heard of that little Japanese woman lately? What was her name?
Miko. She had you on a leash like a dog.
She passed away yesterday.
Iīm here for her cremation. -I had no idea, sorry.
I know. How did you know I was coming?
Well I still work with the intelligence. Can I drop you off?
Hereīs the address.
Shinjuku. The red light district. They got the best looking hookers in town.
Of course thatīs not why youīre here.
Mr. Fiorentini, I assume. -Thatīs right.
You look just like on the picture Miko made 20 years ago.
Nineteen. -Thatīs absolutely right. Sit down please.
Miss Kobayashi named you as her sole legaty.
For practical reasons everything is in this box.
If youīd be so kind to sign for acceptance.
You were quite poetic.
Personally I prefer the picture of you in your uniform.
Where it all began and all shall end.
Did she express any last wishes she wanted me to carry out.
That you will be the guardian of her daughter untill she becomes of age.
Her daughter? -Yes, thatīs right.
How old is she? -Nineteen and about 11 months.
So her mother...
So I... So her mother...
But how... what... what...
You mean whatīs her name? -Yes.
Her name is Yumi. You will like her.
Hang on. Where are you going?
I was going to introduce her.
You mean the daughter is here...
Yes, in the other room. I got her out of prison this morning.
Prison? -Donīt worry. Nothing big.
She was upset because of the death of her mother.
She drank too much and then punched down a few police men.
Police men? -Yes, but Iīll let her tell you about it.
No, wait a second.
You tell me I have a daughter of 19 that just got out of prison.
I adapt to new situations pretty fast, but I need some time here.
How do you know sheīs my daugher? -Because on the birth certificate...
it says your name at īfatherī.
It says the same in the will...
and it also says you were the only man in her life.
Why did she leave me then? -She said nothing about that.
Does she know Iīm her father? -No, I assumed you wanted the pleasure to tell her.
Pleasure. I come back from Paris, after 19 years. Hello, Iīm your father.
She just lost her mother. Now sheīll have a father.
Maybe there was another man after me, and is he the father.
Who could remember?
You could do a DNA-test. that way youīll be sure.
But from what Iīve seen, Iīm sure sheīs your daughter.
Sheīs right behind the door? -Yes.
Letīs keep this to ourselves.
Because I donīt want to traumatize her.
They are fragile at that age. -I agree.
Even if they pretend theyīre not. -Very true.
So, are you going to open the door?
What did she say? -She asked you who you are.
Just tell her Iīm a good friend of her mother.
So whatīs the name of this goofball. -Just call me: Hubert from France.
Mr. Fiorentini, she speaks French.
Hello, I am Hubert.
Yumi. Be polite or youīll go back to the police.
They can go to hell. I hate them.
Do you have something to drink?
Sake? -Yeah great.
Thanks, I feel better.
Why didnīt my mother tell me about you?
You speak French. Maybe she had French friends.
She worked at the French embassy. -Me too. Thatīs where I met her.
Why are you here?
Because your mother wanted him...
to take care of you untill you are of age.
Which is in... -Two days. I wonīt make it much longer.
Yumi, thatīs not the way to speak to your...
It is your mothers last request.
The fact that she chose him...
means that she must have thought very highly of him.
If your mother trusted him, you can do the same.
For at least two days.
Come on, letīs go see her.
We can walk there. Itīs only a few blocks. -Donīt you want to take a taxi?
I am very fragile right now. You have to be nice.
Oh man, he doesnīt waste any minute.
Can I ask you a question?
No, Iīll ask the questions. For two days.
You still have it. Five minutes and you got yourself a girl.
Thatīs Mikoīs daughter. So mine too apparently.
Sheīs sexy -What?
I just didnīt know you had such a sexy daughter.
Me neither. Follow from a distance and shut up.
Damn, this is about to get messy.
Your friend from Paris is here.
Hello Miko. Itīs good to see you again.
Even in the worst cases she still smiles.
You have the same smile as your mother.
Has it been long since you last saw her? -Nineteen years.
Iīll leave you alone.
Itīs been long, so you must have a lot to say.
Why did you keep it secret? Why?
You wanted me to take care of her, and I will.
Because sheīs all that remains of you.
What are you doing? -Nothing. Just a professional habit.
Are you a doctor? -Yes thatīs right, a doctor.
Do you know how she died? -Yes, cancer.
Do you have her medical file? -Yes, at home.
Whatīs your specialisation? -Plastical surgery.
Ah thatīs great. You can give me advice.
I want a better nose. Look. I have a very big nose.
Itīs not good for a young girl like me. -I think your nose is very pretty.
Itīs horrible. I bet I got it from my father, the bastard.
A bastard? I mean... Do you know him?
No. Lucky for him, otherwise heīd be dead.
What did he do wrong? -He seduced my mother and raped her.
Itīs true. Tomorrow I will become of age and do whatever I want.
I will get the whole country to pay him back.
I think I better sit down.
You want some more sake? -No, the chair is fine.
Yumi, this is Maurice, or Momo. -A friend from Tokyo.
The resemblance is amazing.
With your mother. -Do you know her?
Never met her, no. -Letīs go.
Does she know you are a cop? -No, if I tell her she will run away.
I already lost her mother, I would like to keep the daughter.
She will understand. Whatever you do, she will accept it because youīre her father.
She doesnīt know Iīm her father.
Otherwise Iīd be dead already. -Nice.
Does she know Miko is her mother?
Sometimes you really are an idiot. Of course she knows.
Your story is so complicated. No wonder I mix it all up.
This is my mothers big sister. -Oh my God.
What did she say?
She said she saw your ugly face before, but doesnīt know where.
Good. I mean, thatīs ok.
Her medical file? -Itīs somewhere over there.
Momo, wait for me in the car. -Are you sure?
Can I take a piss? -No.
I donīt think I can hold it in.
Nice room. -I want something else on the wall.
Sure why not? Something with animals.
Sure, why not rabbits?
No, no. I was thinking about a picture of a nuclear cloud.
With people around it, dancing on techno.
Sure, why not? Whatīs your mothers bedroom like?
She lived in the city. She came here in the weekends.
Do you like music? -Yes, absolutely.
Well, maybe later...
The file? -Yeah.
Ok, here it is. -Right, thanks.
What was her profession?
I donīt know. Mama always was sort of mysterious.
You can say that.
What are you looking for? -Nothing. Just routine.
If you want these two days to go right...
you will have to quit treating me like an idiot.
You found a sample of crystal on her nose and dirt under her nails.
Look, there are strange things in here.
And as a doctor, you need evidence.
You mean like the police. -Exactly.
I will let them do some tests and when I get the results, you will be the first to know.
You are pretty clever, huh? -Yes I try.
Would you like to help me track down my father?
You just lost your mother. Donīt you want to wait before you kill your father?
Whatīs the difference, he must be far away from here.
Who said he raped your mother?
My mother. -Sheīs got a lot of nerve... I mean, thatīs serious.
Do you really think your mother would just let someone rape her?
Why would she lie?
To protect you, or to protect him.
Why would she protect such a mean guy?
Maybe heīs not that bad.
Letīs buy your ugly wallpaper. -Right now.
Give me your phone number and have this analyzed.
What is it? -The analysis will say that.
Ok, you will have it tomorrow, -You have an hour.
Good to have him back.
I will transfer some money to your account.
Are you rich? -No, but the bank loves me.
I will transfer money every week.
Thatīs funny, my mother did the same. -Yes, funny.
Every friday she would give me 200 dollars, and in two days I spent it all.
Judging by the will, there canīt be much on the account.
Hello, lady Yoshimido.
Would you tell him I need a balance and then I will say how much to transfer.
I speak French. -Good.
An electronic signature.
Here you are. -Thank you.
How much is the yen worth? -Itīs a dollar amount.
Could you check it again? There must be a mistake.
Of course, I understand your surprise.
This is the main account. The interest is on a seperate account.
Should I get it for you?
Sure, why not?
Also in dollars?
Should I print out a total? -No, thatīs ok. I get the picture.
Well? Is there enough?
Yeah you are doing ok. -How much would you like to transfer?
Two thousand. -Dollars?
Thanks, Hubert. I will never forget this.
Oh itīs nothing. -Itīs great.
You are like a real father.
I think your father... Your real father would have done the same.
Yes, but heīs not here. And I am lucky to have you around.
And now we are going shopping. -Well, be reasonable.
I never spend more than I have. -Thatīs a good principle.
200 million dollars.
Pretty, huh? -Very pretty.
Could I use your phone for a second?
Momo, do you have the results yet?
For the crystals we know, but not for the dirt.
Iron, mercury, calcium... or rather...
Cyanide. Can you cure liver cancer with cyanide?
I donīt think so. But you are the doctor. -As a cop whatīs your opinion?
Cyanide under the nose, a fake medical file...
traces that lead to a fight. What do you think?
That she was murdered and the killers didnīt expect Hubert Fiorentini.
Weīll go to alarm phase one.
Meet me at Hotel Imperial and reserve a suite there.
What equipment? -Bring everything you can find.
Oh my God, itīs like my birthday.
Whatīs wrong? -Nothing. But youīve had enough fun now.
How about trying a few sweaters?
Here we go.
Iīm warning you. Weīre going to do every floor.
Fiorentini, Hubert. We have a reservation. -Thatīs right. Welcome to the Imperial.
Iīm sorry to be indelicate, but is the young woman of legal age?
Sheīs my daughter.
Put all that in the other room.
Very good, about the daughter. -I didnīt have a choice.
Still not smart, because we donīt even look like each other.
Except for the nose, maybe a little.
You want orange juice? -No, thank you.
How about sake?
Maybe later. Donīt you want to try the new clothes?
Should I show them? -Yeah, thatīs fine.
Guess who went shopping.
I got all your favourite stuff. You will like it.
Bazooka, with heat seeker.
Weighs only a pound. So I got two of them.
Pressed air, mini missiles.
Can destroy two city blocks, knock out an army. Very efficient.
You know for sure sheīs your daughter? -Why?
She doesnīt look like you. -Momo.
Except for the nose. Letīs go on.
Anti-personel bazooka, made in Korea. It can stop a tank.
You got something I can use in town? -I have something small for that, very light.
This is a classic. A 357 Magnum.
The latest Uzi. 50 rounds per second.
And from Russia with love, you can use mustard gas with that.
From Argentina, something to use from a distance, and some grenades.
Iīll take this one.
I knew it. You donīt want some grenades?
No, maybe later. I have to stay discreet. I donīt want to scare her.
Do you know whatīs going on? -No I donīt know much yet.
The woman I love disappears just like that...
and about 19 years later sheīs dead. She leaves me a daughter and 200 million dollars.
200 million dollars? -Thatīs whatīs on the bank account.
But at the rate she spends it it wonīt last very long.
200 million dollars.
Yes and a bunch of idiots with sunglasses are following us since we left the bank.
I think they want the money. -I get it. 200 million dollars.
And there where it all began it shall end.
Iīm not in her will for nothing. I think she needed help.
Someone or something must have stopped her.
She left me certain clues. -Yes and 200 million dollars.
Stop talking about that. Itīs not for you. Forget it.
Would you be able to get Mikoīs file?
Yes I think so. I know a guy for that.
We will have to look into her past to understand it.
Iīm ready. -Ready for what?
Iīm going out tonight. -Not like that. Itīs freezing at night.
You have to wear a jacket. -Yes a yellow one.
Iīm not going fishing. Iīm going to dance.
And itīs always hot when I dance, just like my mother.
Arenīt you afraid at night? The streets are dangerous.
No. A rape at every corner. -What?
Not every night. -If I have to die, Iīll do it partying.
And if you are afraid, why not come with me.
You can play daddy.
I know you like that.
Bring the grenades.
Videogames in a nightclub?
This is uncle Hubert and uncle Maurice.
Come on everyone on the dance floor.
Iīm too old for that. And my knees are hurting.
Come on. Do it for me please.
Cross your knees.
Very good for a beginner. Iīm proud of you.
Hey Momo, itīs your turn.
Everything hurts on me.
Oh okay, just one time.
What did he say? -He wants to challenge you...
in a game where you donīt use your knees.
Where is it? -Over there.
Ok letīs go.
I was winning. Whatīs going on?
Iīll explain later.
No, go ahead. Iīll watch how you do it first.
Donīt panic. Donīt move.
If you donīt mind, we will play the rematch another time.
Is there another exit? -In the back.
I am sure glad heīs back..
Iīm sorry, I didnīt want to ruin your evening.
Who are you? -Iīm not a doctor.
Thanks. I found that out myself.
Who are you to kill people like that?
Besides, who were those men? And why did they carry guns?
Do you understand? -No, but it doesnīt matter. Calm down.
Iīll explain everything.
Dry your tears.
Now she reminds me of someone.
Go look for Mikoīs file...
and call the lab for the dirt under her nails.
In an hour at the Hotel. -Come on I spend my life in the car.
Your mother asked for me. She didnīt trust anyone else.
Even after all these years, I think she trusted me.
She let me come here to tell me something. A secret.
But someone killed her before she could tell me.
Now the guys in the black suits are after you.
I didnīt do anything. Why do they want me?
Thatīs what Iīve been wondering.
You told me she lived in town during the week?
Two years ago she took me there.
She forgot something important.
We went there, but I stayed outside.
She wouldnīt let me inside.
And when I said I wanted to see where she lived...
she hit me in my face.
Thatīs the only time she ever hit me.
Do you remember the address?
Has she always been like this?
She was pretty organized, but not like this. -Then someone has been here already.
Why is all the furniture gone? -They were looking for something...
but they donīt know your mother.
īNever place an object in another object you can move.ī
What are you talking about. -You will see.
I still donīt get it. How did you know it was there?
We had the same education. Tell me, what is this?
Numbers and names. -Now itīs starting to become clear.
And less clear for me.
My mother sent some guy to look over me...
that kills everyone and makes holes in the wall.
Yumi, look. Trust me.
The nightmare is almost over.
Alright, letīs go home.
This time they left the furniture behind.
What were they looking for? -Probably nothing. Just intimidation.
They will probably contact us soon. -What will we do? Should we leave?
No, we sit down and wait.
Well they didnīt make any īhollesī.
No, with a short L.
Like in īholdī.
And then īesī, like in īblamesī.
Take a deep breath.
Welcome to Japan. -Thanks.
My name is Kazuhiro Takanawa.
It will probably mean nothing to you. -Nothing at all.
I would like to meet you, Mr. Fiorentini.
I heard you like to play golf. -I find it very relaxing.
So do I. Letīs play a round together.
My men are waiting downstairs. -Thatīs fine.
Thatīs better. -Whatīs going on?
Iīve been invited for a round of golf. -Youīre going to play golf now?
Golfing helps with thinking. Besides, in golf you have... holes.
Could you have the room made up for us? -Right away sir.
Clean out your ears. I got everything.
Momo, they are waiting for us at the door.
I saw it. I have the file and and all the results.
Here, and donīt lose it.
Follow us from a distance. If there is any trouble, cover us.
Oh come on. Not now.
That position is totally wrong.
And those legs... Like a duck. Weīre not at the beach.
At least keep your eyes on the ball.
Go play with your PlayStation.
You wonīt lose any balls with that.
You play very well, Iīve heard. -At least I donīt miss.
So good that youīre dangerous. -Donīt exaggerate.
Give me a demonstration.
Why come back to Japan after all these years.
Not enough bad memories? -After a few years only the good remain.
Arenīt you here to make trouble?
I donīt know what youīre talking about. -About the 200 million dollars...
on your daughters account.
Bastard, dirty liar. I hate you. -Yumi, calm down.
I hate you. -Calm down.
I tried to tell you, but you hated your father so much.
Bastard. You left us.
No. Your mother disappeared, without telling anything.
And no one ever told me, that you existed.
If I would have known that I had such a great daughter...
I would come back and looked for you everywhere.
And this would have never happened.
My beautiful daughter.
Very touching. But before you fall into each others arms...
I want my money back.
That wonīt happen. The account is blocked untill she is twenty.
Then we will have to wait nine hours.
At 10 oīclock the bank will be open and your daughter will be twenty. Congratulations.
Bring the girl away.
This one is tough, but if you do it right...
Donīt move. French army!
Hubert, everything alright?
Forget it. They are already down. Youīre only a few seconds too late.
Oh man. -What?
The grenade... -Whatīs with it?
I took the pin out.
Hell of a grenade. -No, those were the grenades in the car.
What did you find out?
Miko left the department 19 years ago because she was pregnant.
Her file is missing.
At that moment the Department of Defence opens a new file, top secret.
I couldnīt get my hands on it, however...
I got pictures.
Didnīt you take the wrong file? These are wedding pictures.
The groom is the son of one of the biggest gangsters in the north.
Takanawa, the Zebra, because... -He has a scar all over his face.
Do you know him? -I played golf with him.
Go on. -Fifth on the left.
Miko? -Amongst all the gangsters in town.
She was so honest, what is this... -Wait, there is more.
Miko was with the mafia.
Still not two months ago she got a medal from the minister.
-Working undercover. -Working undercover.
She infiltrated the Yakuza to get them from the inside.
But to do that she had to break up with her past.
She left me to serve her country.
You would have done the same in her shoes.
The rest is simple. She did good work, until she was discovered.
So she transferred money from the Zebra to another account...
and left me some clues.
Be careful. Thatīs very spicy.
Still I think there is something missing.
I donīt know.
Why didnīt she say I have a daughter?
I donīt know. Maybe she didnīt want to involve you.
And when she saw she couldnīt protect her anymore, you had to do it.
Protect her? From herself. She knows her daughter.
If I wasnīt there she would spend the 200 million dollar very fast.
Tell me, whatīs this? -Wasabi.
The dirt under her nails, where did it come from?
Of course. Thatīs where I declared my love to Miko.
Thatīs where it all began and all shall end. Letīs go.
Hurry. We have to be back in Tokyo before 10.
My dear Hubert. I sacrificed myself for my country, and I regret it.
All these years I wanted to be with you, even though you werenīt away.
Because you never left me. You remained in my heart and you always will.
Take good care of our daughter. She is great, but she spends too much money.
Here is the number so you can keep an eye on her account.
There should be enough money for you and our daughter.
It isnīt much compensation of course...
but I hope that our daughter will make all those bad memories go away.
Because only the good memories remain, right?
Yours forever, Miko.
Are there still any of the old guys?
There are still a few alive. -We will need them.
Captain Yasumoto, please.
Oh hello. Deposit or withdrawal.
Withdrawal. -Cash or transfer?
Itīs very simple.
Left the account where the money is and right where it has to go.
You can handle that?
Fill in... left.
Lausanne... Thatīs swiss, isnīt it? -Thatīs right.
Great. -Hurry up, we donīt have much time.
Of course sir, right away.
Now, how much do you want to transfer? -Everything.
Both accounts? -Right, both accounts.
You can buy a lot of hookers for that.
Buy what? -I mean, you can have a lot of fun with that.
200 million dollars. Itīs a fair amount.
You are 20 I hope? -Yes, since this morning.
Excellent. She may sign.
Thatīs it. Finished.
Congratulations, Yumi. -Enough.
Now give me my receipt.
Thatīs what Iīm for.
Talk to him for a receipt.
Iīd think twice about that.
If your friend doesnīt put down his gun, you wonīt get out here alive.
You are the one who wonīt get out alive.
You win, Mr. Fiorentini. Very good.
And to be a winner, you have to lose something. Name your price.
I donīt think you can do anything right now.
The 200 million dollars are in my account.
Say good bye to your 200 million dollars.
Yumi, itīs alright, come here.
You saw what I can do with golf. Think about what I can do with a .45.
Tell your men put down their weapons.
Wait for me.
I donīt believe it.
Takanawa, the Zebra? Does that ring a bell? -Of course.
Heīs inside on the floor. They wanted to rob the bank.
I sorted them.
When is your vacation over? Then we can clean up the country.
Go ahead, itīs all messed up.
Mr. Fiorentini isnīt in debt anymore. -Thatīs about time.
200 million euroīs?
Thanks for the police escort. But we donīt need protection.
Well itīs not for your protection. Itīs for everyone around you.
Thanks for coming, it was nice to see you.
Now itīs your turn to visit. -If it will be as much fun, gladly.
Whatīs that? -Wasabi.
You said it tasted so good, so...
Maybe youīd like to try it for breakfast... -Very nice of you, thanks.
Take good care of her. -You can count on me.
I have to say goodbye to the father I just met?
First you want me dead and now I have to stay.
Thatīs how teenagers are.
Crying a lot and changing their mind all the time.
I also have a present for you.
I didnīt really go shopping, but...
It was your mothers. I kept it for 20 years. Now I want you to have it.
One month. Donīt worry, just one month.
You will finish school and I will find that wallpaper for you and thatīs it.
It will be the longest month of my life.
For me too, Yumi.
No problem sir. Go ahead. Have a good trip. -Thank you.
French newspaper sir? Champagne?
No, thank you. Iīd like to relax until Iīm in Paris.
No problem, sir.
Attention everyone, please.
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Wag The Dog
Waga seishun ni kuinashi 1946
Wait Until Dark CD1
Wait Until Dark CD2
Waking Ned Devine (1998)
Waking Ned Divine
Waking Up In Reno
Walk On The Moon A 1999
Walk To Remember A
Walk on Water
Walk on the Wild Side
Walking With Beasts BBC Part02 Whale Killer
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Walking and Talking 1996
Walking tall (2004)
Walking with Dinosaurs
WarGames (1983) CD1
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War Game The
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War Hunt 1962
War Is Over The (Alain Resnais 1966)
War Lover The 1962
War Zone The
War and Peace CD1
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War of the Roses The
War of the Worlds The
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Warm Water Under a Red Bridge (Shohei Imamura 2001) CD1
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Warriors Of Heaven And Earth 2003 CD1
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Warriors Of Heaven And Earth CD1
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Washington Heights (2002)
Water Drops on Burning Rock
Waterloo 1970 CD1
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Way We Were The
Way of the Gun The
Waynes World 1992
Waynes World 2
We Are No Angels 1989
We Dont Live Here Anymore
We Were Soldiers
Weapon of War CD1
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Wedding Planner The
Wedding Singer The
Weekend Godard 1967
Weekend at Bernies II
Weight of Water The
Weird Science CD1
Weird Science CD2
Welcome Back Mr McDonald 1997
Welcome To Mooseport
Welcome to Collinwood (2002)
Welcome to Sarajevo
Welcome to the Dollhouse
Wes Cravens New Nightmare
West Side Story CD1
West Side Story CD2
West Wing The
Whale Rider 2002
Whales Of August The 1987
What About Bob (1991)
What Dreams May Come CD1 1998
What Dreams May Come CD2 1998
What Fault Is It Of Ours 2003 CD1
What Fault Is It Of Ours 2003 CD2
What Lies Beneath CD1
What Lies Beneath CD2
What Planet Are You From
What Price Glory
What Women Want
What Women Want CD1
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What a Girl Wants
What a Way to Go 1964
Whatever Happened to Baby Jane 1962
Whatever It Takes
Whats Eating Gilbert Grapewegg CD1
Whats Eating Gilbert Grapewegg CD2
Whats Love Got To Do With It 1993
Whats New Pussycat
Whats The Worst That Could Happen
Whats Up Doc
Wheels on Meals
When A Man Loves A Woman 1994 CD1
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When Harry Met Sally
When I Turned Nine 2004 CD1
When I Turned Nine 2004 CD2
When Ruoma Was Seventeen 2002
When The Last Sword Is Drawn 2003 CD1
When The Last Sword Is Drawn 2003 CD2
When Will I Be Loved 2004
When the Rain Lifts 1999
When the Sky Falls
When we were kings
Where Angels Go Trouble Follows (James Neilson 1968)
Where Eagles Dare CD1
Where Eagles Dare CD2
Where The Heart Is
Where the Red Fern Grows 2003
Where the Sidewalk Ends
Whisper of the Heart
White Fang - To the Rescue
White Man Cant Jump CD1
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White Sheik The
White Sun Of The Desert 1970
White Valentine - 25fps - 1999
White Valentine 1999
Who Are You 2002 CD1
Who Are You 2002 CD2
Who Is Cletis Tout
Who framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
Whole Nine Yards The
Whole ten yards The
Whos Afraid of Virginia Woolf CD1
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Whos Harry Crumb
Whos That Knocking at My Door
Whos Your Daddy
Wicked - 29,970fps 1998
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Wicked City - 1973
Wicked City 1973
Wicker Park CD1
Wicker Park CD2
Wild Bunch The
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Wild One The
Wind Carpet The (Kamal Tabrizi 2003)
Wind Will Carry Us The CD1
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Wings of Desire CD1
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Wizard Of Darkness
Wizard of Oz The CD1
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Women from Mars
Women in Black The
World Is Not Enough The
Worst of Ed Wood Boxed Set The