Natural Vice (2018) Movie Script

[electronic music plays]
[electronic distortion]
- [alarm ringing]
- [man groaning]
[Man] Off.
- [alarm stops]
- [sighs]
- [inaudible]
- [music continues]
[deep tone]
- Computer on.
- [beep]
[Computer] State your identity.
Adam LeBlanc.
[various electronic beeps]
You have one notification.
- Print.
- [chimes]
Call Ben.
[Ben on phone] What's up, Adam?
Hey, Ben.
Hey, Uri wants to move forward.
Meet me in the factory
in an hour,
and make sure you get
Paul and Adi.
[Ben on phone]
Will do. I'll see you there.
Alright, I'll talk to you later.
- [computer beep]
- [car honks]
[alarm beeps]
- [machinery noise]
- [men working, chatter]
[watch beeping]
[indistinct chatter]
- Sup, boys?
- Sup, man?
That's a new order
for Uri, for tonight.
- Russian?
- Yeah.
I thought we wasn't
doing business
with the Russians no more?
Look, I've been talking
to him for the past month,
- and he seems okay.
- [Paul] Yeah, they always seem
like it's okay to do business with
them, then we end up getting fucked.
They some dirty
motherfuckers, man!
Look, I've been trying to close
this guy for the past month.
Okay? Now he's ready to close.
So, we're doing it,
and that's that.
Where's this going down?
[Adam] 1780 South Bronson.
Hey, I know that place.
Yeah, it's a brothel.
- Ben, why are you so nasty, man?
- [laughs]
[Ben] Yeah, you know,
I get checked out.
How much product do they want?
150 kilos.
That's a good fucking sale.
So, Ben, you and Paul
get the product ready.
Adi, you know what to do.
Get to it, gents.
[music ends]
[tires screech]
[shouts] What the fuck, man?
- You alright back here?
- Are you out of your fucking mind?
- What?
- You almost ran me the fuck over, that's what!
- Ah!
- Paul, where the fuck did you find this prick, huh?
Man, calm your ass down.
Leon's a good ass driver,
You know, I got a proven
track record, buddy.
The story always ends well
when Leon drives.
Oh, that's cute! You write
that on your business card?
Paul, if this guy drives for us,
you wanna know how
the story ends?
It ends with us going into
a fucking telephone pole
at 100 miles per hour, because
of this monkey's heavy foot.
That's how it fucking ends!
Leon, you're fired.
Who the fuck gonna drive?
I'll drive. Leon,
get the fuck outta here!
- Whatever. Fuck this guy.
- My bad, Leon.
Bestiality's fucked up, man.
[Ben] The fuck does that
have to do with anything?
[Paul] Saw this video called,
"Mister Hands," last night.
What's that?
It's a video of this dude
getting fucked by a horse,
and then he dies.
- Who dies?
- The dude!
Why the fuck
would you watch that?
Look, man. I'm hanging out with these
white motherfuckers last night, right?
They like, "Yo, Paul.
Come check this shit out."
You're fucking sick Paul,
you know that?
Motherfucker, I didn't want
to see this shit!
Oh, you could have just
turned your head!
[imitates horse]
- Fuck you, Ben!
- [laughs]
[dramatic music]
[party chatter]
Hello, gentlemen. Welcome.
[man snaps fingers]
- [door locks]
- [no discernible dialog]
[speaking Russian]
[Uri] You have the product?
I do.
[Uri] 150 kilos?
[Adam] Yes.
[speaks Russian]
Before we complete
the transaction,
I like to weigh
the product first.
You know, just to make sure.
I hope you don't mind.
Not at all.
[unzips bag]
We're all good?
[speaks Russian]
- So, let's do this.
- Okay.
[electronic beep]
It's a pleasure doing
business with you, Uri.
[speaks Russian]
- [speaks Russian] Upstairs.
- [claps]
[speaks Russian]
[speaks Russian] Uri.
[indistinct party chatter]
[Uri] Stupid Americans.
Pieces of shit.
[laughs] Idiots.
Pieces of shit. Idiots. Idiots.
Pieces of shit. Pieces of shit.
Idiots. Idiots.
Pieces of shit. Idiots...
Goddamn cocksuckers!
- We're going back in there.
- What happened?
Adi, get the toys.
These fuckers just
stole from us.
See, I told you can't trust
these fucking Russians.
Damn, man.
[music swells]
[girl screams]
[painful groans]
[Russian chatter]
As soon as they come, shoot!
[pained panting]
Clear! Clear!
[Uri gasping]
Let's get out of here.
You two okay?
Well, then get the shit.
Let's get out of here.
[club music]
In the garden of Eden
Show me how to dance
Forbidden fruit around us
They say just take a chance
I take a bite
I seal my fate
[music continues]
[music fades out,
chatter fades in]
Not a fan of parties?
You're Adam, right?
I'm Suzie.
I'm just wondering 'cause,
this is your party
and all, and...
you're out here, on the deck,
by yourself.
I like to watch the party.
I don't really like dancing.
So, what do you like to do?
How old are you?
Wow. [Laughs]
You're good.
I like your tattoos.
- [watch beeps]
- [kissing]
You see those two, very bright
stars out there, near the moon?
[giggle] Yes?
You know from a distance,
they look really close
to one another.
Inches away, even.
The closer you get to 'em,
you start to realize just how far away
from one another they really are.
It would take hundreds of years
to get from one star
to the other.
In fact, they're so far away
from one another,
they're in completely
different galaxies.
You look like you'd be
a great time...
and a lot of fun.
I'm just in another galaxy.
And you're a beautiful
18-year-old star
who doesn't know what she wants.
You're a fucking dick. [Laughs]
- [electronic music playing]
- [no discernible dialog]
[watch beeps]
[Computer] Welcome, Adam.
You have one alert.
Alert Analysis.
[Computer] The algorithm has
detected fraudulent activity.
Based on the amount of
product being consumed,
revenue streams
should be higher.
Your distributor,
of the East Dragon Triads,
is responsible.
[airplane flying by]
Shit, that's what she said, man.
I don't know.
Ask Ben.
I don't see how
this couldn't be solved
with a simple
phone call, you know?
Like a, "Fuck you. Goodbye,"
would do, no?
No, man. The Chinese...
They live in
a high-contact society,
so relationships
mean everything.
So, if I end the relationship
the way you're suggesting,
we run the risk of Kai-Shen
responding in a hostile manner.
And we can't have that, can we?
But, isn't he kind of crazy?
He's not that bad.
Alright? We'll be fine.
If you say so.
Mr. LeBlanc.
What a pleasant surprise.
How are you?
Well, Kai-Shen,
I've been better.
How can I help you?
One day, there was a monk,
out swimming in a lake.
Now while he's out in the water,
he saw a scorpion drowning.
So, he went over to the scorpion,
pick it up to save its life.
And as the monk began
swimming to shore,
the scorpion stung him.
And he dropped it,
wretched in the water,
as the poison from the scorpion
sting filled his body,
and he was consumed with pain.
But, even though he was stung,
the monk picked up the scorpion and
again began swimming to shore.
And again,
the scorpion stung him.
And again, he dropped it.
And he was consumed
with more pain.
Now, by now, his eyesight...
was going blurry.
It was difficult for him
to stay afloat.
But, even still,
the monk picked up the scorpion,
and swam the remaining
distance to shore.
And just as they made it,
the scorpion stung him
one last time,
jumped out of his hand.
And the monk fell to the ground.
His servant came running over.
But, the servant was confused.
Why would the master
help the scorpion?
Surely, the master wasn't
dumb enough to think that
the scorpion wouldn't sting him,
much less, again and again.
And the monk just looked up
at him and he smiled.
And he said,
"It is in the nature of
the scorpion to sting."
"He can't help it."
"And just as it's in
his nature to sting,
it's in mine to help."
He closed his eyes, and he died.
Now, the difference, Kai-Shen,
between the monk and I,
is I'm not ready to die.
And if I pick up a scorpion,
and it stings me,
I'm not going to
pick it up again,
no matter how charitable
I'm feeling.
Now, when we first decided
to go into business together,
I didn't have international
distribution, so we both decided
that I would give you
the product up front for free,
and we would split the sales.
Now, this was a year ago.
What is this?
In every single MDX pill
that you've sold for me,
unbeknownst to you,
carries a single nanobot
whose sole purpose
is to report to my system
every time a pill
is consumed by anyone.
Now, as you can see, last month,
263,000 pills were consumed
in Hong Kong.
Now, I should have
received $8 a pill.
Which means that I would have
received $2,104,000.
- [beeps]
- But, as you can see...
that is not what I received.
Now, the reason
I came here today, Kai-Shen...
is to end our
business relationship.
Okay then.
Mr. LeBlanc!
[ear ringing]
[muffled gunfire]
Fuck. Ben. Ben.
[heavy breathing]
[wet crunch]
- [hookah bubbling]
- [club music]
[dramatic music]
[club music fades in]
- [ear ringing]
- [dramatic music]
[music builds]
[no discernible dialog]
[heavy sigh]
[computer beeping]
[continued beeps]
[camera shutter clicks]
Did you just take a photo of me?
Yeah, I did.
Can I see it?
Why are you taking photos of me?
Look, I'm sorry.
It... It's a great shot,
the lighting was great. I...
I couldn't help myself.
Yeah, I'm sure you got me
eating an ice cream,
contemplating life, huh?
Oh, is that what you were doing?
Just contemplating life?
Yeah, I just came
from a funeral,
so I got that stuff going on.
Oh. I'm... I'm really sorry.
Was it someone close?
Yeah, it was.
Enjoy your day.
Hey! Um, can you
take a picture of me?
What do you want
in the background?
The ocean.
[camera beeps]
[shutter clicking]
So, how does it look?
So, what do you do for a living?
I'm a freelance
photographer and journalist
for the LA-based magazine
called "The Movement."
If you could be anything else
in the world...
What would you do?
I would be a fighter pilot!
- A fighter pilot?
- [laughs] Yeah.
Well, what about you?
I'd be a pirate.
- A pirate?
- Totally.
That's good.
That's a good answer.
You know, I'm actually writing
a story on a pirate right now.
- For the magazine?
- Yep.
- Really?
- Mm-hmm.
- What pirate?
- Ah.
Are you familiar
with many pirates?
- No, not many.
- [laughs]
Well, this one was named
Edwin "Soft Heart" Penworth.
- That's a good name for a pirate!
- Right?
- Yeah. Lover and a fighter.
- [laughs]
Yeah. Do you know Pirate's Cove?
I do. Yeah, I've heard of it.
He died there around the 1800s.
- Well, that makes sense.
- [laughs]
Yeah, well, I have to go take a
picture to go along with my story.
Oh, when you doing that?
I was thinking tomorrow.
And, I think you
should come with me.
You think I should, huh?
- Alright.
- Yeah?
- I can do that.
- Okay.
It'd be a lot of fun.
I think so.
I'm glad we did this.
Me, too.
I had a really fun night.
Me, too.
God, can you beat that sunset?
Oh, I know. It's so vibrant.
[laughing] Smile!
- [shutter clicking]
- [giggling]
So, you always take photos
of random people?
So, I don't know
why I haven't asked
you this before, but...
what do you do? For work.
Oh. I'm in pharmaceuticals.
[clears throat]
That sounds really boring.
- [giggles]
- You'd be surprised.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
So, you know, um...
last time I was here was
the last time I saw my dad.
How old were you?
Y'know, I can still
remember the heat.
The taste of the salt
in my mouth,
the spray of the ocean
on my face.
The feeling I had
was just so strange.
It was like I was reading
a really great book,
and I knew the ending
was coming up soon.
For some reason, I just knew
that was the last time
I was ever going to see him.
I'm sorry.
Yeah. Me, too.
So, where did he die?
The pirate.
The pirate? Um...
Somewhere along here, I think.
Kiss me.
[no discernible dialog]
[hand sliding on bed]
[appliance whirring]
- [clacking]
- [food sizzling]
Mmm. [Laughing]
- Morning.
- Morning.
So, how do you like your eggs?
Anyway is fine.
You know, I haven't slept in
like that in a long time.
How long have you been up?
Hmm, about two hours.
Why did you not wake me up?
[giggling] It's okay.
I got a blog post done.
Hey. I was thinking that, um...
tomorrow, I'd like you
to come meet my friends.
- Oh yeah?
- Oh yeah.
I'd like that.
- Yeah?
- Mm-hmm.
Keep cooking the egg.
Oh, okay. Want me
to multitask here.
- I thought we were gonna multitask.
- [laughs]
[distorted] Oh, okay.
Want me to multitask here.
- [distorted] I thought we were gonna multitask.
- [laughs]
[computerized beeping]
[deep inhale]
[watch beeps]
[airplane flying by]
[continued crying]
[jets humming]
So, where do you see
yourself in 10 years?
Ah. Italy.
- Mm?
- Yeah.
Yeah, I think I'm going to get
a little house on
the Tuscan countryside.
You ever been there?
- No, I haven't.
- No?
It's beautiful.
It's probably the most
beautiful place I've ever been.
Y'know, last time I was there,
I was in Rome.
And, uh, the first day
I got there,
I got up at 6:00 AM
to go for a walk by myself.
And I walked down this little
caf to get some cappuccino.
And it's weird because they put
the coffee in a plastic cup.
Which I guess is the standard?
To get your coffee to go?
I don't know.
I thought it was weird.
But, uh, so I continue
walking down the street.
I see this massive structure.
Well, the closer I got to it,
I realized it was the Colosseum.
What about you? Where do you see
yourself in 10 years?
Hmm... I would really like
to have my own
lifestyle magazine.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
I think I would
really enjoy that.
- I think you'd be really good at that.
- Aw.
- Yeah.
- Thanks.
Okay, what's the craziest thing
you've ever done?
- [laugh]
- Uh...
Let me think about that.
Craziest thing, um...
Okay, so... [laughs]
When I was 16, - Yeah.
I was in love with this girl.
She had blonde hair, blue eyes.
- Her name was Jessica.
- Okay.
- She was 3 years older than me,
- [giggle]
And one day, somehow,
I convinced her
- to come to the lake with me.
- Yeah.
And as soon as we got there,
I saw this cliff that
I had to jump off of.
And so, I climb to the top,
and I'm looking down.
And she's down there to the side
looking up at me, and,
I'm standing there,
looking down, and...
I just get this feeling that
something bad's gonna happen.
- Oof.
- Yeah.
So, uh, the thing was?
Is that, I was
more worried about
impressing the girl than
I was my personal safety then.
- Big change. And, uh,
- [giggles]
So I jump.
And, the last thing I remember
is waking up in the ambulance,
with Jessica sitting next to me.
She's crying,
and my head hurt so much.
I could barely open my eyes.
- Oh, my God.
- [laughs]
And, uh, when I saw her cry,
it just made me smile
because, uh,
'cause I knew she'd care.
- Mm-hmm?
- Mm-hmm.
What about you? What's the...
craziest thing you've ever done?
Have you ever heard of MDX?
- The drug?
- Yep.
Yeah, I have.
I did it once.
- [giggle]
- The craziest thing you've ever done was a drug?
- Yeah!
- Wow.
You've never done it?
- No.
- Why not?
Because it's bad for
this thing right here.
- Mm-mmm.
- [laughs]
No. Not MDX.
It has all the positive
effects of molly,
and none of
the negative effects.
- So I've heard.
- [giggle]
So? How was it?
I did it with my friend, Olivia.
It was amazing.
- [no discernible dialog]
- [trippy music]
[club music]
[Paul] So, anyway...
[indistinct club chatter]
Oh, excuse me.
Adam! Hey, what's up, man?
- What up?
- How you doing, man?
- Good. How you doing?
- Good. Good to see you.
Good to see you.
Hey, this is Hailey.
- Hailey, this is Paul.
- Hailey? Pleasure.
Nice to meet you.
What you drinking?
- Oh, I'm fine.
- Bullshit.
- Mike!
- Yeah?
- Whiskey for the lady.
- Coming right up, boss!
He does that.
- [laughing]
- You're not bored anymore?
- I am not bored.
- Finish your story.
- Okay. Okay. Okay.
- [laughter]
Okay. So, by this point,
I'm in third grade,
and this girl,
she just kept picking on me.
So, my dad told me,
"Next time she picks on you,
you just punch her in the nose.
As hard as you can."
So, the next day at school,
she calls me some name.
I don't remember what it was.
But, I just got so nervous
that I was shaking, right?
And so, I clenched my fist,
and I just punched her.
As hard as I could.
But, I missed!
- Damn!
- And I hit her in the forehead.
And she just started crying,
and then she ran off
and told the teacher.
But, you know?
She never bothered me again.
- Damn, that's crazy.
- [laughs]
I can't believe your dad
told you to do that.
Oh, hey. So, what do you do?
For like work.
I... I work with Adam.
- Oh, pharmaceuticals?
- Yeah, yeah, yeah.
[song starts playing]
Oh, my God. I love this song!
Okay, we're dancing to this.
Right now.
- No!
- Right now!
Baby, I don't... I don't dance.
He lying.
He dances all the time.
Man, get your ass
out there and dance!
Come on. Come on, come on.
[Paul] Come on!
Cut a rug.
And made a Lean Cuisine
But I would never
call you bitch
Unless you was acting
like a bitch
Keep dancing.
I want to watch you.
- What?
- Yeah. I want to watch. Go.
- I like the way you move.
- [laughs]
But, you take it way too far
Bitch, you know
you's a bitch
So they say, put a ring on it.
Goddamn, man. Shit!
Yeah. She's nice.
She sure enough is.
I said, bitch
You know you's a bitch
Stop acting like a biatch
That is one fine fucking
piece of ass right there.
[music continues]
She's fucking fine!
- Excuse me?
- She's...
She's probably
a totally fucking slut.
Girls who dance like that?
Normally, total sluts.
[dramatic music]
She probably likes it
in the ass.
I used to know this one chick...
danced just like that.
Total fucking whore.
Things that she would do?
I'm gonna leave you to it, boy.
You're the man, bro.
Keep it, like...
Keep it that way, man.
Keep it just like that.
It's all you, man.
Keep an eye on her. Real quick.
I got your back.
He he he he he, yeah!
What you got? Oh, what's this?
[sniffs] Mm, fresh.
That's a fresh.
[indistinct jabber]
[pained cries]
Ah, you fucking cocksucker!
[screams in pain]
- [screaming continues]
- [computer beeps]
[alarm beeping]
You know,
you're a real good dancer.
[chuckles] Well I should be.
I took dance for three years
in high school.
- Really?
- Mm-hmm.
Hey. What's up, guys?
Hey. Where did you go?
I, uh, needed to get
some fresh air outside.
You know?
[computer beeping]
What you guys talking about?
- Her dancing.
- Adam, what happened to your hand?
Oh, shit. Um...
Nothing. I must have
scraped it or something.
On what?
Um... Uh, uh,
there's a brick wall
out there, you know?
It's nothing.
It's okay, it's okay.
- Okay. Okay.
- Thank you though.
Well, hey, man. I think
we're gonna get outta here.
I'll show you home?
- You ready?
- Yeah.
[Adam] Cool.
- I guess I should leave, too, then.
- Yeah?
Mike! I'll holla at you, man.
[Mike] Aight, brother.
[Adam] You the boss.
But, if you really want
to see somebody dance...
Paul, man.
- Oh, yeah?
- He can dance well, yeah.
Every time I have
a get-together at my house,
he always ends up
battling people.
- Alright, man.
- Alright.
- It's good seeing you.
- Good to see you, too.
It was lovely meeting you.
Pleasure was all mine.
- Alright y'all. Y'all be safe.
- You, too.
[foreboding music]
[muffled beating]
- [slap]
- Ouch!
So, when do you work?
What do you mean?
I mean, you've been hanging out
with me these past few days,
but you haven't had
to go into work.
I have people work for me
so I don't have to,
and I go to the office
about once a week.
I guess that's nice.
Yes, it is.
Have you ever wanted
to just disappear?
What do you mean?
I mean, like, just...
get up and leave. You know?
Leave your whole life,
and not tell anyone and just go.
Life is pretty good.
Why, do you?
I think about it all the time.
So, why don't you do it?
I did do it.
When I moved to Los Angeles.
And what happened?
I don't know.
Nothing really happened,
I guess.
I just always hoped that if...
I did get up and disappear that,
something exotic would happen.
That I would get to
go on adventures,
and meet new people, and do...
I don't know. Cool stuff.
Life is boring
for the most part.
It doesn't matter
where you live.
You could be in France.
You could be in Jamaica.
It doesn't matter. Eventually,
you're gonna get used to it.
You know?
What makes life worth living
are the peak experiences,
and the idea that you go
after those peak experiences,
and enjoy the journey
along the way.
Y'know, the problem is people
have this flawed perception
that... [sighs]
Something external is gonna
make them happy.
The reality is
none of that shit matters.
You know? We think that
it's going to make us happy.
That it's going
to change our state.
But, people need to realize that
the state changes from within.
We don't need anything else
to make us happy or fulfilled.
I don't know.
Think of it this way.
A monk who lives up
in the Himalayas.
He lives on a strict diet.
Meditates for hours on end.
He... he's not allowed
to have sex his entire life.
But even so,
he couldn't be happier.
He wouldn't wanna
be in another place
because his emotional climate
is determined by his thoughts.
Not his external surrounding
and circumstances.
See, the lie is that
we need to be someplace else.
We need to be someone else,
we need to have something else.
But, the reality is, we just...
we just need us.
I mean, there are some
exceptions to the rule,
but for the most part,
it's true.
I don't know.
I mean, you're external.
But, you make me pretty happy.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
How happy?
Really, really, really happy.
[doorbell rings]
Hold on a sec.
- Be right back.
- Okay.
- Sit down, and read that book.
- [giggles]
Don't you move.
- Adam LeBlanc?
- Yeah.
Here you go.
Can you just, uh,
just sign here for me.
- Perfect. Thanks, man.
- Alright, thanks.
- Have a good one.
- Yeah, you, too.
Oo, a package! What is it?
I don't know,
but it feels heavy.
[music continues]
Hailey. Hailey. Hailey.
Please take off your shoes.
- [grunts]
- [scream]
[inhales deeply]
[music continues]
When I was 15 years old,
my brother and I were staying at our
grandmother's house for the summer.
She had this...
little lake on the property
that was...
filled with silver carp.
And me and my brother
would fish for them.
Sometimes all day long.
One day...
he caught a fish...
but it fell off the hook,
and so it floated
to the surface of the lake.
He went out to get it.
And while he was out there,
he stepped on a slippery rock,
and rolled his ankle.
He went under the water
for not three seconds.
When he came up,
he was gasping for air.
So, I...
So, I jump into the water,
and I swam to him
as fast as I could,
grabbed him,
and pulled him to shore.
His eyes were closed,
and he wasn't breathing.
I thought he was dead.
And then, I took a closer look,
and I see something
move in his mouth.
It was the back fin
of the small silver carp.
So, I... I reached into his mouth
and pulled the fish out.
[chuckle] And all of a sudden...
he starts breathing...
and his eyes opened.
I remember, I...
I looked at the fish...
and I looked back at him...
and we just started
laughing and laughing...
and laughing...
That was the best day
of my life.
[Hailey crying]
The day he died...
That was the worst day.
[ear ringing]
Oh damn.
Ah, fuck.
[groans in pain]
Call Adi.
- [beep]
- Hey, it's me.
I need your help.
- You at home?
- [Adi on phone] Yeah.
I'm gonna pick you up
in 20 minutes.
Paul's dead.
Somebody mailed me
his fucking head in a box today.
Are you fucking kidding me?
Some guys broke in,
knocked me out, took Hailey.
Who's Hailey?
A girl.
Do you know who took her?
No, they were wearing masks.
Do you have an idea
where she is?
No, but that's what we're gonna
go fucking find out.
- You stay here.
- Are you sure?
If I hear anything go down...
I'm coming in.
Where is she?
Do you know who I am?
[Adam] I said,
where is she?
I am the brother
of someone you killed.
His name was Kai-Sheng,
and I loved him,
very, very much.
Listen, you fuck.
Your brother fired
the first shot.
Killed someone
I loved very, very much.
She's alive.
What do you want?
It always baffles me when people
talk so negatively about war.
You see, war is
necessary and required.
For it is in man's
nature to fight.
Whether it is for love,
or power, or money.
Men will always go to war for
the things that they lust after.
This could not change,
and never will change.
And it has been so since the dawn
of the first living organisms.
Even within our own bodies,
there wages a war.
When we get sick,
our immune system attacks
the virus or bacteria
with everything it has.
It is fighting for
the survival of the individual.
So long as there is diseases
on this planet,
there will be war
within our bodies.
Do you know who
the greatest warriors are?
It's not only the one who fights
for the things that they lust...
but lust after the fight itself.
At first,
I wanted to kill you
because you killed my brother.
But then, I took a closer look
at your business...
and I realized, you and I...
we are more similar
than I first thought.
No. I respect you, Adam.
And I respect
what you have built.
I want you to fight me, Adam.
Four of your men and yourself,
against four of my men
and myself.
We will wage war.
If you win,
you can have your girl.
I win,
I kill her,
and I take your business.
It's okay.
Take your time
and think about it.
So, what's it gonna be,
Mr. LeBlanc?
What are the rules?
What happened?
You got any mercenary friends
who can throw down tonight?
You know I do.
We need four guys.
Let 'em know if they survive,
they get 70 grand cash,
and we meet in an hour.
This fucker wants a war...
Give him a fucking war.
[heavy breathing]
[music fades out]
[body thuds]
How do I know when this is done,
your men aren't going
to kill us if we win?
- Ready?
- Oh, yeah.
- Adi?
- Oh, yeah.
[men screaming]
[grunts and groans]
[heavy thud]
[pained groan]
[bodies thudding]
[ear ringing]
[muffled crack]
[screaming continues]
Die, Kong!
- Ah!
- [slice]
[knife clatters]
Hailey. Hailey.
Hailey. Hey.
[strained groan]
[electronic music playing]