Devastated by the consequences of Jim's swift and violent response to his kidnap attempt, Whitey's anguish drives him deeper into recklessness. Like his quarry, he is now consumed with rage and grief and utterly out of control. Knowing Angela and Anna are alone, off plan and entirely off the reservation, Whitey heads to the Worth house, armed. However, once again he finds himself on the back foot. Jack's back and Whitey finally comes face to face with his target for what may be the tensest family dinner in history.
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When Gagnon makes the first cappuccino, the handle on the tiny cup changes places between shots. See more
My job is all I have. And in my all-consuming pursuit of high standards, sometimes I overstep the mark.
Le Temps de l'Amour
Music by Jacques Dutronc
Lyrics by Lucien Morisse
and André Salvet
Performed by Françoise Hardy See more