Neal's old rival Matthew Kellar proposes a deal with FBI, wherein he will tell the fed's about information of threat on National Security if his transfer to SuperMax prison is stopped. When, the deal is refute by FBI, he kidnaps with help of his old partner Lang and asks for $ 2.5 mil. in exchange for Peter. Now, Neal must put everything on the line including one thing he hold closest to his heart to save Peter.
Did You Know?
In his chess game against Neal, Keller employs the opening known as the Center Counter Defense (also called the Scandinavian Defense). This is one of the oldest recorded openings in chess history, dating back to the year 1475. In chess notation, the opening variation as played is (1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Qxd5 3. Nc3 Qa5). See more
When Peter incapacitates Jason Lang, Lang falls with gun in hand and falls to his right, but the gun is seen behind him in subsequent scenes. Furthermore, Lang's hand is about 1 foot or so from the cell when Peter begins reaching with the mannequin arm, but much farther in other scenes. See more
See! Now you scared the dog!
References Midnight Cowboy