Point Blank (1967 film)
1967 American crime film directed by John Boorman
Point Blank is a 1967 film about a mysterious man named Walker who, after being double-crossed and left for dead, single-mindedly tries to retrieve the rather inconsequential sum of money that was stolen from him.
- Directed by John Boorman. Written by Alexander Jacobs, David Newhouse, and Rafe Newhouse, based on The Hunter by Donald E. Westlake.
There are two kinds of people in his up-tight world: his victims and his women. And sometimes you can't tell them apart.
- Brewster: You're a very bad man, Walker, a very destructive man! Why do you run around doing things like this?
- Walker: I want my money. I want my $93,000.
- Brewster: $93,000? You threaten a financial structure like this for $93,000? No, Walker, I don't believe you. What do you really want?
- Walker: I - I really want my money.
- Brewster: Well, I'm not going to give you any money and nobody else is. Don't you understand that?
- Walker: Who runs things?
- Brewster: Carter and I run things. I run things.
- Walker: What about Fairfax? Will he pay me?
- Brewster: Fairfax is a man who signs checks.
- Walker: No, cash.
- Brewster: Fairfax isn't going to give you anything. He's finished. Fairfax is dead. He just doesn't know it yet.
- Walker: Somebody's got to pay.
- Chris: What's my last name?
- Walker: What's my first name?
- Walker: How bad does he want you, Chris?
- Chris: Oh, I don't know. Who knows.
- Walker: Yeah, you know. How bad?
- Chris: Pretty bad, I guess.
- Walker: Bad enough to let you through into the Huntley?
- Chris: Why should I?
- Walker: Well, it's up to you.
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