Ex-gangster Willie Parker has betrayed his former "colleagues" and now lives in Spain where he thinks he can hide from their vengeance. But one day, ten years later, two hitmen (Braddock and Myron) show up and kidnap Willie. They are ordered to escort him back to Paris where he should stand trial. But it is a long way to Paris... Written by
Harald Mayr <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A Journey to Destiny [Australia Theatrical]
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Did You Know?
The name of the song that the mob sang in the court after Willy Parker (Terence Stamp
) squealed was "We'll Meet Again" which is, according to Wikipedia, "a 1939 song made famous by British singer Vera Lynn
with music and lyrics composed and written by Ross Parker
". See more
At the beginning of the film, a black Ford Zephyr Mark III pulls up outside Willie Parker's flat. It has a number plate ending in K, denoting that it was first registered in 1971 or 1972. However this model of car was only made between 1962 and 1966. The DVLA rules on personalised number plates forbid a plate that makes a car look "younger" that its actual year of manufacture. See more
You've got birdshit in your hair.
[Maggie involuntarily touches her hair, revealing that she knows more English that she's admitting to