Kane is being taken to death row after being convicted of manslaughter. A long with him, another death row inmate, known only as Lynch, informs Kane there will be a breakout. Their truck is later ambushed by a group of mercenaries. The two are then taken to a construction site, where they are confronted by four members of a crime syndicate called The 7, led by The Brothers and their henchmen Carlos (a close friend of Kane) and Mute. They accuse Kane of stealing a small fortune from them, and reveal that they have taken his wife and daughter hostage. Kane is given three weeks to retrieve the money or his wife and daughter will be killed. Later, Kane explains to Lynch that he did not steal from The 7, but knows who did, and where they hid it. Kane and Lynch rob a local bank where the money is being kept. Though only half of the money is inside the safe, Kane believes he knows where the other half is. Meanwhile, Lynch, who suffers from periodic episodes of violent psychosis, blacks out ... Written by
Dear Jenny, I've been trying to write you this letter for 14 years... Today is my last chance. This afternoon I will pay for my mistakes with my life. It's only fair. As you know if you've read the papers: my life as a mercenary and all the pain I have caused... Most of it is true. I should regret it all. I should be scared of dying. But I'm not. I can't anymore. The only feeling I have left is regret, regret that I've never get to know you, you're all that matters. Sorry I've never understood it... Your father, Kane
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The character 'Kane' was visually modelled after its voice actor, Brian Bloom. See more
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