Sydney and Vaughn must convince bomb maker Daniel Ryan that they are part of The Covenant in order to find out where he has hidden one of his devices. But Sydney discovers that her ties to the bomber could lead him on a suicide mission when she learns that Ryan's brother was the murder victim that she killed during her interment with the Covenant, and now Ryan wants revenge.
Did You Know?
'Ricky Gervais''s co-writer, Stephen Merchant
, was present onset throughout the filming, mainly because he didn't want to miss the opportunity of seeing an expensive Hollywood production being filmed. A lot of Ricky Gervais's dialog was improvised, as director Jack Bender found it helped to naturalize his performance. See more
The vehicles used in the "Belfast" scenes have registration plates from the Irish Republic; however, Belfast is part of Northern Ireland and the U.K.
At the time of shooting, the rear plates of U.K. vehicles were generally yellow with black numbers/letters, and did not feature the E.U. flag, unlike vehicles registered in the Republic of Ireland, which are white with black letters/numbers, and do feature the E.U. flag.
It's true that the vehicles may have been rented in the Republic, and driven across the border (which at the time had no checkpoints), but the plates would have been a red flag for the Northern Irish police (PSNI). See more
Okay, first of all, I didn't touch anything, I swear! But the bomb's been activated!
We know. We just spoke to Vaughn.
No, not on the plane, in my office! The bomb in my office has been activated!
Whiskey in the Jar
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