R | | Comedy, Crime, Romance
While drying out on the West Coast, an alcoholic hitman befriends a tart-tongued woman who might just come in handy when it's time for him to return to Buffalo and settle some old scores.
The movie mixes real San Francisco locations, such as Alamo Square Park and Golden Gate Bridge (where Luke Wilson works at the toll booth) with fakes such as a non-existent Saint Margaret's Church on Geary and 28th Avenue (actually in Winnipeg, Manitoba).
You'd refuse a dying man his last request?
Frank Falenczyk: Sorry, you dying?
Walter Fitzgerald: For fuck's sake, I'm talking about Patrick. That's what this party's all about, sending him on his way.
Frank Falenczyk: Thank you, really, I can't. I'm working, I... gotta keep an eye on things.
Walter Fitzgerald: He's not ...
The story that Frank tells regarding the assassination of William McKinley is incorrect. President McKinley was indeed assassinated in Buffalo as stated, but the rest of Frank's story regarding the shooting and the search for the bullet in his body actually refers to the facts surrounding the death of President James A. Garfield.
$247,000 24 June 2007