Leon Script - Dialogue Transcript

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Leon Script




Allora, come stai, Leone?









Let's talk business.



This fat bastard is trying to move

in on Maurizio's business.



Now you know

Maurizio is a reasonable guy.



He just wants

a little conversation.



But this guy

he don't wanna hear about it.



Maybe he'll listen to you.



He comes to town every Tuesday.

Are you free Tuesday?



Yeah, I'm free Tuesday.



Nice to see you again, Mr. Jones.



Remember, neatness counts.

You have got one haIf hour.



Aah... one hour.



Yeah, what?



This' Tonto downstairs.



There's a guy who wants to talk to you.



What's he look like?






Tell him I'm coming up.



He's coming up.



Somebody's coming up.

Somebody serious.






open your eyes, we got company.



We got company!



Come on.



Stop! Stop men!






Tell the driver to wait for us

out back and hurry up!



Hey sweetie, what's going on?



Don't worry, baby. It's cool.

Take a nap.



Oh my God!



Those fuckers blocked

both the exits.



Check the terrace!






I need help!

Somebody's trying to kill me!



All right, just stay on the line.

I'll just be off for a moment.



Sir, I'm gonna connect you

with an officer.






Detective Jefferson,

may I help you?



I'll call you back.



Hey, relax man.



I've got half of Bolivia sitting

in those suitcases over there...



Hasn't even been cut yet!

Go ahead, take it, it's yours!



Dial this number.



I'll talk to you later sweetie, OK?









It's Maurizio. Remember me?

I see you're back in town.



Yeah... No. I mean, no!

just for today...



So it's safe to say

today's your last day in town



and we'll never see your

fat fucking face again?



Yeah, right.



Let me speak to our mutual friend.



He wants to talk to you.






Make sure he understands,

then let him go.



Do you understand?



So say it.



I understand.









Hola, que tal, amigo!

Two milks as usual?






Why did you hide the cigarette?



This building's full of rats.

I don't want my old man to find out.



Got enough problems...



What happened?



I fell off my bike.






Don't tell my dad

about the cigarette, OK?



I mean, what's my job?

I'm just a holder.



I hold the stuff

just like you give it to me.



I don't look at it. I don't touch it,

I don't even know how to cut it.



Try and follow me, all right?



In June when we gave you the dope,

it tests a    % pure.



Now it's July. We pick up the dope

and it tests   % pure.



Now, somewhere between June and

July   % turned to cut.



I don't know, that's none of my business,

I'm just a hoIder.



You give me the stuff,

I hold the stuff,



that's all I know!



Hey look, you know, I'm trying

to help you out here.



But, you know, if you're gonna

be a hard ass about it,



I gotta disturb him.



Now let me tell ya:



when he's into his music,

he hates being disturbed.



I'm telling you the truth!



I hope so. Because he's got a talent

for sniffing out a lie...



It's scary,

it's almost like a sixth sense.



Now, are you gonna



change your tune or

do I gotta bust into his?



I'm telling you the truth.



All right...









I'm, I'm sorry, you see,

he says he didn't cut the dope.






Of course, he didn't.



Just do me a favor.

Find out who did. For tomorrow.






Malky, hey, wait!



Hey, I didn't cut your shit!

Find out yourself!



What the hell are you doing

out here?



Get inside and do your homework.



I did it already.



Oh yeah? Well, you can get inside

and help your sister



clean up the goddamn house!

And stop smoking cigarettes!



Time's up, my turn now.



Change the channel

and I'll smash your face!



Sorry, sweetheart.



Good morning, sleepy.



Hi, honey. Hey, you two.



Sweetheart, turn that down,

mom has got a headache.



She took my turn!



She just wants to watch

these goddamn cartoons!



It wouldn't hurt her

to move her ass a bit.



I'm not the one

with the fat ass around here!



Can someone who is doing nothing

all day but watching cartoons



move her little ass

and go get some food?



I dare you to say that again!



Margie, I think I screwed up.



It wouldn't be the first time,



I mean you always come up

with something, right?



Yeah, but I think I went

a little too far this time.



I think you're going

a little too far right now.



I'm gonna be late for work.



How about working at home today?



She's gonna hit me! Daddy.



Shit, shut the goddamn door!



Fucking bitch!




can somebody answer the phone?



I'm busy!






This is Margaret McAllister,



headmistress at the Spencer School

in Wildwood, New Jersey.



Is Mr. or Mrs. Lando home?



Yes, this is she.



Mrs. Lando, when your husband

enrolled Mathilda at Spencer,



he told us she had... problems.



Well, as you know,



we pride ourselves in turning

troubled girls into healthy,



productive young women.



But if they are not here,

there is very little we can do.



Now, Mathilda left school



without permission

nearly two weeks ago.



I know your husband paid tuition

in advance for a year.



But if you will refer

to page    in the rules



and regulations manual we sent you,



you wilI see that unless

there is a valid excuse



for prolonged absence,

your tuition will be forfeit.



She's dead.



Is life always this hard,

or is it just when you're a kid?



Always like this.



Keep it.



Hey, I'm going grocery shopping.

You want some milk?



One quart of two? It's two, right?



I like these calm little moments

before the storm.



It reminds me of Beethoven.



Can you hear it?



It's like, when you put

your head to the grass.



You can hear it growing.

You can hear the insects, bzzzz...



Do you like Beethoven?



Couldn't really say.



I'm gonna play you some.






Benny, stay here!



Daddy! Daddy!



Jesus! Fuck!



We said noon!



I've got one minute past.



You don't like Beethoven.



You don't know what you're missing.



Overtures like that

get my juices flowing.



So powerful!



But after his openings,

to be honest,



he does tend to get

a little fucking boring...



That's why I stopped!



Toss the apartment.



You're a Mozart fan.

I love him, too.



I lo-o-ove Mozart!



He was Austrian, you know.



But for this kind of work,

he's a little bit light.



So I tend to go for

the heavier guys.






What the fuck are you doing, huh?




keep your bombacut mouth shut.



Check out Brahms, he's good too.



What the fuck do you know

about music?



Yeah, knock it off!



Checked the mattress?












Look what you did!



Stan, are you all right?






Hey, Stan. Stan!

What're you doing?



What're you doing, he's dead!



But he ruined my suit.



I know. I know, but he's dead.



He's a piece of meat, forget about it.

Calm down.



I'm calm.



Stay there, OK?









Jesus fucking Christ, Benny!



It's Malky and Stan!



Take it easy, all right?

Come on, come on.






Come on.

Let's get a cigarette, all right?



Benny, we're coming out!



Benny, don't fire!



Get in!

Jesus fucking Christ, Benny!



You wear something new and...



Take it easy!



What's happening out there?



It's all right, Ma'am,

go in. DEA. Police.



Why don't you leave that

poor family alone?



Everything's all right.

Just calm down.



I'm calm. I'm calm.



Why don't you leave 'em alone?



He said: Go back inside!



Stan, I think it's better

if we go inside, all right?



Benny, turn that kitchen

upside down, find that shit!



Willy Blood, look what you did!



You killed the four year old kid!

Did you really have to do that?



Please, open the door.









Benny, there's three kids here.

I think Stan killed this girl,



and Willy, that asshole,

shot the little boy.



The third one's missing. Find her.



Oh, shit. Hey,

we missed the little girl, man.



I'm gonna try and find the fucking

super of this goddamn building.



Yo, I found it!






Stan, we found it.



I know...



Here it is.



There's cops outside, we better go.



It's the cops outside.

We better go. You stay here.



What do you want me to tell them?



Tell them



we were doing our job.



What's your name?






Sorry about your father.



If somebody didn't do it

one day or another,



I would've probably done it myself.



Your mother, she...



She's not my mother.



And my sister, she wanted to

lose some weight, anyway.



But she never looked better.



Not even my real sister.



Just a half-sister,

and not a good haIf at that.



If you couldn't stand them,

why are you crying?



Because they killed my brother...



What the hell did he do?

He was four years old.



He never used to cry. Just used to

sit next to me and cuddle...



I was more of a mother to him

than that goddamn pig ever was!



Hey, don't talk like that about pigs!



They're usually

much nicer than people.



But they smell like shit.



Not true!



As a matter of fact, right now

I have one in my kitchen



that's very clean and smells

very nice.



You don't have a pig

in your kitchen!



Yes, I do.



I was just in there

and I didn't see any goddamn pig!



Don't move, I'll get him.



Piggy? Piggy? Where are you?



Ah, there you are!



Hi Mathilda.



Hi Piggy.



How are you today?



I've seen better days.



What's your name?






Cute name.



You have anyone you can go to?

Any family, any place else?



I'm gonna get some more milk.



Holy shit!



Don't touch that, please.




What exactly do you do for a living?






You mean you're a hitman?









Do you clean anyone?



No women, no kids, that's the rules.



How much would it cost to hire

someone to get those dirtbags



who killed my brother?



Five grand a head.



Wow. How about this:



I work for you and in exchange

you teach me how to clean.



What do you think?



I'll clean your place,

I'll do the shopping,



I'll even wash your clothes.



Is it a deal?



No. It's not a deal.



What do you want me to do?

I've got no place to go!



You've had a rough day today.



go to sleep

and we'lI see tomorrow, OK?



You've been really great with me,




And it's not always like that,



you know?



Good night.



Sleep well?



Good, because after breakfast

you gotta take off.



Where to?



Not my problem.



Read it!



You don't know how to read.



I'm learning, but I had

a lot of work lately, so



I'm a little behind.

What's it say?



"I've decided

what to do with my life"



"I wanna be a cleaner".



You wanna be a cleaner.

Here. Take it.



It's a goodbye gift. Go clean.



But not with me.

I work alone. Understand. Alone?



Bonnie and Clyde didn't work alone.



Thelma and Louise didn't work alone.

And they were the best.




why are you doing this to me?



I've been nothing but nice to you!



I even saved your life yesterday,

right outside the door.



Right, so now

you're responsible for it.



If you saved my life, you must have

saved it for a good reason.



If you threw me out now

it's like you never opened your door.



Like you let me die right there

in front of it.



But you did open it,









If you don't help me, I'll die

tonight. I can feel it.



But I don't want to die tonight.




you're just a little girl, so,



don't take it badly, but...

I don't think you could do it.



I'm sorry.



How's that?






don't you ever do that again

or I'll break your head.



You got that?






I don't work like that. It's not

professional. There is rules!






And stop saying "OK"

all the time! OK?












You expect to use that

in this hotel?



Mister. I have to use it because



I have an audition at Julliard

next month and I have to practice.



OK, but not after ten, hm?



OK, I promise.



I'm gonna put you

at the end of the hall



so that you don't disturb anyone.



Could you fill those out please?






can I please fill them out,



you know how I like to

check in to hotels!



Thanks, pap! I'll

bring these back in a minute.



Fourth floor.



Thanks mister!



You're lucky to have a little girl

that's interested in things!



I have a kid, seventeen,

does nothing all day long.



Can I leave my plant here

while I take my stuff upstairs?



Of course.



I'm putting the name of a girl

in my class who makes me sick.



When things get hot,

she'll take the heat.



There, finished.



How old are you?









Wanna see my license?



No. You just look a little...







Léon, I want you to teach me

how to be like you.



I wanna be strong like you,

smart like you.






I know I'm not strong enough yet,



but I could learn the basics,

the theory.



What do you think?

Just the theory.



I need this, Léon. I need time

to get my head together.



Yeah. And I need...



a drink.



Don't move! I'll go get you one.






You know, when you told me

to get this baby out for you,



I thought my hearing's going.



I says to myself, "Léon's a pro.

Nobody uses that, except beginners".



I like to stay in shape.






Always stay on top. It's like me.



I gotta know

where everything is all the time.



That's why I don't leave this place

except to go from here to there.



Change ain't good, Léon. You know?






Check it.



Make sure it's the right thing.



I trust you.



One thing's got

nothing to do with the other.



Remember that, Léon.



I will.



The rifle is the first weapon

you learn how to use,



because it lets you keep

your distance from the client.



The closer you get to being a pro,



the closer you can get to the client.



The knife, for example,

is the last thing you learn.















Never take it off until the

last minute, it reflects light.



They can see you coming from

a mile away.



And always dress down,

never brighter than the floor. OK?






Let's practice now.

It's the best way to learn.



Who should I hit?






I'll be with you in a second,

all right, give me a few minutes.



Thank you. Thanks a lot.



You guys in the suits get lost.

I don't want to see you, all right?



It has to look natural.



No women, no kids, right?






The jogger in the yellow and orange?






Keep calm.



Don't take your eyes off him.



Breathe easy,



watch his movement.



Pretend you're running with him.



Try to feel his next movement.



Take a deep breath, hold it...






I'm all right. I'm fine.

I'm fine.



Get down.



One shot! Not bad, huh?



Can we try with real bullets now?



Not today... Let's pack up.



Here, continue like that.

Here, after...



No thanks.



No discussion.



It seemed... to Socrates...



To So-cra-tes...



I'll do it.



Léon, all we do is work.



We need a break. Let's play a game.



What kind of game?



I have this great game.



It makes you think

and it helps your memory.



It's exactly what you need.






OK. Who is it?



I don't know.



I don't know.









Gene Kelly?






Your turn now.



OK, pilgrim...



Clint Eastwood?



I don't know, I give up.



John Wayne.



I was just about to say that.



I swear. It's amazing,

Léon, really, brilliant.






You love your plant, don't you?



It's my best friend.



Always happy. No questions.



And it's like me,

you see? No roots.



If you really love it,

you should plant it



in the middle of a park

so that it can have roots...



I'm the one you should be

watering if you want me to grow.



You're right.


















They gotta be jumping out of

the plate, they gotta be alive.



It's been a longtime, Léon.



I missed you



and you missed some nice jobs, too.



I been training.



Training's good.

But don't overdo it, huh?



You know training don't pay

as good as working, Léon.






all the money I make...

that you keep for me.



You need some money?



No. Just curious.




I've been working a longtime



and haven't done anything

with my money,



I thought maybe some day

I could...



use it.



You met a woman?




you gotta be careful with women.



Remember when you arrived in this

country, Léon? When I took you in,



you were still wet behind

the fucking ears,



and already you were in deep shit

because of a woman...



Don't forget that, Léon.



Wish I could, sometimes.



You know, about my money.



Maybe I,

maybe I could give... little...



to someone.



You know, to help out.



Hey, it's your money, I mean,

I'm just holding it for you,



you know. Like a bank. Except that, you

know, better than a bank because,



you know, banks are always

knocked off.



And no one knocks off old Tony.



And besides, in a bank



there's always tons of forms

to be filled and all that shit.



But old Tony, nothing to read,

nothing to write -



it's all in his head.



I know how to read now.



That's good, Léon, good.



Your money is here

whenever you want it,



you just ask me, OK?

Here's a grand.



No, it's OK. I don't need it.



No. Come on, come on, take it.

Have some fun. Go ahead. Take it.



Thank you.



All right,



now let's talk business.

Don't move, I'll go get the file.



Manolo, a glass of milk

for my friend Léon here!



Listen Mathilda, you gotta be careful.



You can't just speak to any guy

off the street.



Léon, get a grip.

What's the big fucking deal?



I was just smoking a butt

while I was waiting.



I want you to stop cursing.



You can't talk to people

like that all the time.



I want you to make

an effort to talk nice.






And I want you to stop smoking.






Stay away from him,

he looks like a weirdo.






I'll be out in five minutes,

stand where I can see you.






Léon, I think I'm kind of

falling in love with you.



It's the first time for me,

you know?



How do you know it's love if

you've never been in love before?



Cause I feel it.






In my stomach...



It's all warm.



I always had a knot there...

and now it's gone.



Mathilda, I'm glad you don't have

a stomach ache anymore,



I don't think that means anything...



I'm late for work.

I hate being late for work!



Hey, how's the practicing going?



How are we today, Miss?



I'm sick of practicing.



I understand.



But you're doing all right.



I haven't received any complaints

at all.



Well, I put a cloth over

the strings to lessen the noise.



Oh? Oh, that's very smart!



Not everyone loves music.



Yeah I know.



What exactly does your father do?



Well, he's a composer.



Ah! That's wonderful!



Except he's not really my father.



He's my lover.



I'm gonna go for a walk.



What're you doing Saturday?



What about dinner?



Hey, where you going?



Visiting friends at  J.



OK right.



We know you're a busy man



and we'll try to make this

as short as possible.



Now if you just take us

step by step



through exactly what happened.



The guy was here,

he went for his gun.



Bang! We shot him.



Where exactly were the kids?



I don't know.



They should have been at school,

don't you think?



But in the statement

you said you were the first man in,



didn't you see any kids?



The door was broken,

what happened?



Did you follow the procedure?



I lost a good man here.

What the fuck do you want with me?






I haven't got time for this

Mickey Mouse bullshit.



You want cooperation?

Come up my office, will you?     .



Kids should be at school.






Hey, come on, that's my ball!



Hey, give that back!

Come on, where you going?



Damn, where are you going, man?

That's my ball!



Follow the blue car!



And I suppose you mean to blast

the music and go through lights, eh?



No. Drive slowly.



Take the hundred bucks,

and shut the fuck up, OK?



It's for you, a present.



Do you want me to open it?

I'll open it!



How do you like it? Nice, eh?



Mr. McGuffin?



Can I have a word with you?



Here! This is for a contract.

Twenty grand, right?



His name is Norman Stansfield

and he's in room     



in the DEA building,

   Federal Plaza.



I'm not taking it.



Why not?



Too heavy.



Well, would you rent me your gear

for the day?



I never lend out my gear.

But you stilI have your gun. Use it.



Just do me a favor,

don't shoot out the window, OK?



Why are you so mean to me?



You're out there killing people

you don't give a shit about,



but you won't get the bastards

who killed my whole family.



Revenge is not good, Mathilda.

Believe, it's better to forget.



To forget? After I've seen the outline

of my brother's body on the floor,



you expect me to forget? I want to

kill those sons of bitches,



and I'll blow

their fucking heads off!



Nothing's the same

after you've killed someone.



Your life is changed forever.



You'lI have to sleep with one eye

open for the rest of your life.



I don't give a shit about sleeping,




I want love... or death.



That's it.



Love or death.



Get off my case, Mathilda.

I'm tired of your games.



It's really great game, Léon.



It makes people nicer

and starts them thinking.



The kind of game you love.



If I win, you keep me with you.

For life.



And if you lose?



You'll go shopping alone.

Like before.



You're gonna lose, Mathilda.



There's a round in the chamber,

I heard it.



So what?



What's it to you if I end up with

a bullet in the head, huh?






I hope you're not lying, Léon.



I really hope that down deep inside

there's no love in you.



Cause if there is, just a

little bit of love in you



I think that in a few minutes you're

gonna regret you never said anything.



I love you, Léon.



I win.



I took a hit, I need a hand now.



I know she's young but...

she learns fast.



Kids need to be shaped

into something right?



Yeah. I know I taught you that.

But ain't there an age limit?



She's eighteen.



Oh, really?



How about something to drink, Tony?



Yeah, sure, Manolo.

A glass of milk for Léon!



Nice tattoo.



Manolo! Make that two!



What's that for?



Can't afford to catch cold.



First you find out

where the chain is.



You can't see it,

but you can feel it.




I ring and you start talking.



What do I say?



Whatever you want.






Hi. It's Susan.



I'm sorry, you must have

the wrong door, little girl.



I don't know any Susan.



Move back a little,

I can't see anything.



The light's out,

it's all dark out here.



Mister, I'm scared...






What are you doing?



Open up.



If it leaves your mouth,

I pull the trigger, capiche?



Here is OK. Let it go.

I said let it go.



Move, move over.



Easy, easy.



Go ahead, your turn.



Help me, please help me.



Hello, sir. Sir...?



Sir, sir, it's not my dope.



A little left, please.



OK, now the security shot.



Oh, the second goes higher

on the chest.



Aim for the heart and lungs.



There, right there, you see?



The first shot takes him out of order

and the second finishes him off.



Never in the face.



If they can't recognize the client,

you don't get paid,



cause you could take out anybody

and say you did the job.



Got it?



Got it. Never in the face.



OK. Now you can put the tools away.



What the fuck is going on?



Hey, mister.



You see,

when you use the silencer a lot.



you have to put

a piece of cloth here,



because it gets very hot

and could burn it inside.



A damp, black cloth is the best.



What are you doing?



We said no women, no kids.



Who do you think this is

gonna kill? Donkeys and monkeys?



Now. It's clean.



Let's get outta here.



I thought we don't have

the right to drink?



I know, but we're making

an exception for your first client.



Well, if we're making exceptions

for a job well done,



how about a kiss?

Like in the movies.









What are you doing?



I'm gonna kiss you.



Mathilda, stop please.



Come on, just a kiss.



Stop, everyone is watching us.

Basta, go sit down.






You don't believe me, do you?



How's that?



When I say

I'm in love with you.



Mathilda, please, drop it.

Just change the subject, OK?



OK, OK, sorry.



So how old were you

when you made your first hit?






Beat ya!



What are you doing?



Can't afford to catch cold.



There's no doorbell?



So, knock on the door.






Hi. I'm looking for

Mr. Rubens' apartment,



but it's all dark out here

in the hall and I'm lost.



Just a second.



You want more?

Come on, show your fucking face!



Think you can get me

that easily.



When it tough like this, you know it's

gonna be ugly. Better make it quick,



or else you will be here all day

listening to his crap.



Asshole come on,

show me your fucking face, faggot!



Come on, "gum trick"!



Hey. What about the "ring trick"?

Do you know that one?



"Ring trick"? Come on asshole,



I'm waiting.

Show it to me, motherfucker.



That's the "ring trick".



Mario, go back to the barber shop,

we'll finish later.



Hey Léon, what's up?



All done, already?



No, no.



Nicer than people, eh?



I told you that.



You got a problem?






Get the chair, sit down. Sit.



I was thinking...



If something happens to me

some day...



Hey, Léon,

nothing's gonna happen to you.



You're indestructible,

bullets slide off you,



you play with them.



Tony. I thought about my money.



You remember the girl

who came here the other day?






Her name is... Mathilda.



If anything happens to me,



I... I'd like you to give her...



my money.



You can count on me, Léon.



Thank you, Tony.






I won't be long.



Did I do something wrong?



No, this one is too big.



Yeah, and I only get the leftovers,

is that it?



Mathilda, since I met you,

everything's been different.



So, I just need some time alone.



And you need some time to grow up

a little.



I've finished growing up, Léon.

I just get oIder.



And for me, it's the opposite.

I'm old enough,



I need time to grow up.






You're new, aren't you? Fifth floor right?

Well you can't sit here like that.



Really? Why not?



Nothing's free. Like a parking meter.

When you stop, you pay.



It's the law.



Only on TV...



What did you say?



Forget it,

how much is your meter?



Ten dollars... a month.



Got change?



Don't worry about it,

we'll do ten for twelve.



I'll pay enough for

the rest of the year, OK?



OK, a year.



Does paying rent here mean

I have to put up with you guys?



Uh... no.



So go play somewhere else.



I need to think.



Stand up, don't you like your job?






Where are you going?



Special delivery. Room     .



Sign here.



Have a nice weekend, girls.



Special delivery, huh? Let me guess...






Thai, maybe?



I've got it. Italian food.



What's your name, angel?












I want you to put

the sack on the floor.






And now I want you to tell me



everything you know about

Italian food.



And don't forget the name

of the chef who fixed for me!



Nobody sent me.

I do business for myself.



So this is something personal,

is it?



What filthy piece of shit

did I do now?



You killed my brother.



I'm sorry.



And you wanna join him?






It's always the same thing.



It's when you start to become

really afraid of death,



that you learn to appreciate life.



Do you like life, sweetheart?






That's good.



Because I take no pleasure



in taking life...



if it's from a person

who doesn't care about it.









Shit, Stan. I've been looking all over

for you, man. I've checked upstairs, and...



What? I'm busy.



It's Malky, man. He's dead.



Malky was making a buy for us

from the Chinamen.



Yeah, but they got

nothing to do with it, man.



They told me, this guy

came from the outside.



He was a pro, he was fast.

He fucking came outta nowhere.



Boom. Shoots the Chinamen

dead in two seconds.



Easy man, I'm a cop.



Then turns around, says

something to Malky like...



No women, no kids.



I think it was something personal.



Death is... whimsical today.



Blood, you hear me?



Yeah man, I hear you Stan,

just chill out man.



Would you take her up

to my office?



All right, yeah.



Jesus fucking Christ!



Léon, my love.



I know where to find the guys

who killed my brother.



Their boss is Norman Stansfield



and he is in the DEA building,

room     .



I'm gonna do that myself.

If something goes wrong,



I left you twenty grand on the table.

It's for a contract.



Five grand a head, right?



I know I'll feel better

after I do this.



I love you - Mathilda.



Wait for me. I won't be long.



Look, I can't park in front

like this, it's a federal building.



And she's gonna do the same

exact thing like I said.






bullets and another nine-milli.



What did you plan to do with

all these guns, huh?



Maybe she was planning on

taking out the whole building.



Holy shit,

what've we got here? Lunch.



Careful Blood. Might be poisoned.



No man,

there's no anchovies on this.



Is that what you call

"I won't be long"?



I've been hangin' around here

for at least ten minutes!



I did my best. Avanti.



Do you like it?






So say it.



I like it.



Not thirsty?



You know, a girl's first time is

very important.



It determines

the rest of her life sexually.



I read that once

in one of my sister's magazines.



My girlfriends told me that

they hated their first experience.



That's because

they don't love the guys.



They just did it to show off.



Afterwards, they started liking it,

like cigarettes.



I wanna like it, the first time.



Mathilda, no.



Why not?



I just can't.



You love someone else?



No. I mean...



there was someone a long time ago.

Before I came to the States.



Her father didn't want her

to see me.



She was from

a very respectable family.



Mine was, you know,



not so respectable.



Her dad went nuts everytime

she'd take off to see me.



But she still snuck off to see you,







You see,

nothing can stop love, Léon.



He killed her.

One shot to the head.



They kept him in jail for two days,

then they let him go free.



They said it was an accident.






one night I waited for him



    feet with a lens.



He also had an accident.

The same night I took a boat



and came here to meet up with

my father who was working for Tony.



I was nineteen.



Since then I've never left the city.




I've never had another girlfriend.



You see, Mathilda.

I won't be a good lover.






Just do me one favor.






I'm sick of watching you

sleeping on your chair.



We're gonna share the bed.



I don't think it's a good idea.



It's OK, put your legs upon the bed.

Yeah, its nice.



Put your head down. It's OK. Relax.



Good night, Léon.



Good night.



Manolo, take the kids in the kitchen.



I have a lot of respect for

your business, Tony.



When you've killed for us

in the past,



we've always been satisfied.

And that's exactly why today



is going to be very,

very hard for me.



I hope you'll excuse my mood.



My man was killed

right here on your turf



and the Chinks tell me that

the hitman was kind of the...



Italian type.



So we figured that Tony might

know something. Wait,



there's more.

You're gonna love this.



A few hours later,

a little twelve year old girl



comes into my office,

armed to the teeth



with the firm intention of

sending me straight to the morgue.



And you know who came and got

her in the middle of the afternoon,



right there, in my building?

The very same Italian hitman.



I'm dying to meet him.



Relax, everything's fine.



Sleep well?



I never really sleep.

Got one eye open always.



Oh, I forgot.



You know, I never saw someone

with one eye open snore so much.



I snore?



Like a baby.



I'm gonna get some milk

for breakfast. I won't be long.



Don't forget the code

when you come back.



Two knocks, then one, and

two knocks again, right?






Hola senor. Ring these up

and I'll go get some milk.



From here on out,

you don't make a sound.



You answer my questions

by nodding "yes"



or shaking your head "no",

you got it?



Is he alone?

Does he expect you?



Do you have keys to the apartment?



Is there a code, a way of knocking

so he knows it's you?



Alpha team,



final position, we're ready to go.



Be careful.



Move, move!






Alpha team. Man down, man down.



I told you.






bring me everyone.



What do you mean, "everyone"?






Take this.



Go take a look.



Don't move.



You see anything?



It's the guy.



He's here.

He's got a gun on my head.



OK, nobody moves.



Let the girl go.



Now, take it easy, man!



Let the girl go!



OK. The girl's coming out.



Let the girl go.



Grab the axe off the wall.

Over there, go.



You're coming with us.



Christ, he shot him!






Move! Move! Move! Move!



Shut the fucking water off!



Got it.



We're in a bad way here,



send the Cats,

I repeat, send the Cats!



I don't know what happened,

I didn't see them coming, I swear.



I just went shopping



and I came back

and they were everywhere.



Stay away from the window.









Come here.






OK, now get this fucking asshole

outta there.



How we gonna get outta here now?



Leave it to me,

we're checking out.



But Léon,

it's not big enough for you.



It's barely big enough for me.



We said no discussion.



No! I'm not letting...

I'm not going!



I won't go! I won't go!



Listen to me... Listen to me,



we have no chance together,

but if I'm alone I can do it,



trust me.

I'm in good shape, Mathilda.



And I know I've got a lot of

money with Tony, a lot.



We'll take it and leave together,

just the two of us, OK? Go.



No! You just say that

so I won't worry.



I don't wanna lose you, Léon.



You're not going to lose me,




You've given me a taste for life.



I want to be happy,

sleep in a bed, have roots.



You'll never be alone again,




Please, go now, baby, go!



Calm down, go now. Go, go.



I'lI see you at Tony's.

I'm gonna clean them all.



Tony's in an hour.



I love you, Mathilda.



I love you too, Léon.



Hey, heyeyey, what the fuck is going on

up there?



I just said take the guy out,

not the whole fucking building.



Hey, we got one breathing here.



Get the medic over here...



We got a wounded man here.

Make way!



Send him down by the stairs!



Let him go! Let's go! Move!



Get that guy up the stairs.

Lean him on the land.



Get your team back up there.



We got two men

coming down the stairs.



You OK?

Hey, I need a medic over here!



Move your fucking asses.



Squad number one what's the status

on the apartment?



Can't see shit,

too much smoke in here,



give us five minutes

to clear it up.



OK, you got it.



What, what, what!

You're two hundred men



and you can't find one man and

a girl? Did you find the girl?



Hi, how're you doing?

Take your mask off, quick.



Let me see you. That's deep.

Right, this one here.



You from the third precinct?






All right, fine. Put it down,

put it down. This one.



You stay there for two minutes,

I'll be right back.



Let me put the mask back on.

I breathe better with it.



OK, you're right. Sit tight.



OK, come on, everybody out.



Come on, let's go, let's go!

Come on, out!



Clear the way. Clear the way,




Come on, what are you doing here.

Get out, get out. Come on.






At your service.



This is... from...









Léon asked me to help you out if...

if something happened




I think something happened, right?



He put aside a little cash

for you...



So, what I'm suggesting is that...



seeing as how you're still so young,



I should hold the money for you,

you know, 'till you're oIder.



Like a bank, you know,

except better than a bank



Because, you know,

banks always get knocked off.



No one knocks off old Tony.



But it's your money and,

in the meantime,



all you gotta do is come here

every once in a while



and I'll dish it out

so that you can have a little fun, OK?



Here's a hundred bucks to start with.



Can't take any job instead?



A job?



What the hell can you do?



I can clean.



I ain't got no work

for a twelve year old kid.



So get it outta your goddamn head!



It's over, the game's over,

Léon's dead! You hear me?



Come on. Come on,

you think I ain't hurting, too?



But he's dead. And you're gonna

forget all this craziness



and get your little ass

back to school, capiche?



Now take this money

and get the hell outta here,



and don't let me see your face

'till next month.



'Cause something tells me I'm about

to lose my famous kind streak.



My parents died in a car accident

four weeks ago.



It was terrible.



You know, we didn't have the time

to get to know one another



when you first came here,

but I want you to know



that I am not the kind of woman

who'd let down a child,



whatever her situation,

whatever her mistake.



So, I'm going to help you and do

my best to welcome you here again.



But on one condition. You have to

stop lying to me, Mathilda.



I want you to take a chance

and trust me.



Now tell me what happened to you.



OK. My family got shot down

by DEA officers



because of a drug problem.



I left with the greatest guy

on earth.



He was a hitman, the best in town.

But he died this morning



and if you don't help me,

I'll be dead by tonight.



You know her?






I've never seen her.



I think we'll be OK here, Léon.



He deals the cards as a meditation



And those he plays never suspect



He doesn't play for the money he wins



He doesn't play for respect



He deals the cards to find the answer



The sacred geometry of chance



The hidden law of a probable outcome



The numbers lead a dance



I know that the spades

are the swords of a soldier



I know that the clubs

are weapons of war



I know that diamonds

mean money for this art



But that's not

the shape of my heart



He may play the jack of diamonds



He may lay the queen of spades



He may conceal a king in his hand



While the memory of it fades



I know that the spades

are the swords of a soldier



I know that the clubs

are weapons of war



I know that diamonds

mean money for this art



But that's not

the shape of my heart



That's not shape...



Shape of my heart



And if I told you

that I loved you



You'd maybe think

there's something wrong



I'm not a man of too many faces



The mask I wear is one



Those who speak know nothing



And find out to their cost



Like those who curse their luck

in too many places



And those who fear are lost



I know that the spades

are the swords of a soldier



I know that the clubs

are weapons of war



I know that diamonds

mean money for this art



But that's not

the shape of my heart



That's not

the shape of my heart



That's not the shape...



Shape of my heart


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