A man who was a confidant of Adolf Hitler dies and leaves a fortune to make amends for his Nazi past--but his son has to search the world to...更多>
Leighton: You must go to Geneva, as scheduled. And you must face the bastard. When the Covenant is signed, I will kill him, of course. Or you can, if you like. Holcroft: I like! [After Holcroft tries to attack him.] Leighton: But please, do not attempt anything too vividly cinematic. [He spots a car tailing them.] Holcroft: Probably just another Sunday driver. But on the other hand, as it is Tuesday, why don't you put your foot on the gas and see what happens. Helden: Don't speak for a moment, just listen. These precautions may seem foolish to you, but they are necessary, I promise you! Holcroft: Listen, lady, three days ago, I was forty stories in the air, over New York, in a gale force wind, hiding from an insane building contractor. Let me tell you something. I felt safer there than I do now. So any precautions you want to take are OK with me! Holcroft: May I suggest, that it is extremely difficult for a man, in a gray flannel suit, to behave naturally, while riding on a horse in the middle of the night, waiting for someone to shoot at you! Leighton: Oh, dear, oh, dear. Assumption, Mr. Holcroft, is, as they say in my profession, the mother of fuck-up. Manfredi: Mr. Holcroft, your father was a complicated man, and the word complicated doesn't begin to describe him.