The Hire: Ticker (S)
- Original title
The Hire: Ticker (S)
- Running time
- 9 min.
- United States
F. Murray Abraham,
RSA USA. Distributed by BMW Films
Action | Car Movies. Short Film. Branded Content Short Film
- Movie Groups
- Synopsis / Plot
- In an unnamed foreign country, the Driver drives a wounded man who carries a mysterious briefcase, while under helicopter attack. During the attack the briefcase is struck by a bullet, causing a display on it to begin counting down, and it to leak an unknown fluid from the bullet hole. The Driver manages to cause the helicopter to crash, but refuses to proceed without knowing the contents of the damaged briefcase. It is revealed that the man guards a human heart for transplant to a statesman (shown in military uniform), whose life and peacemaking is needed for the continued freedom of the country's people. The case is delivered by the Driver in time for the surgery. Also present are another military officer whom the passenger had said would take over the country with tyranny if his superior died (and whose uniform matches the soldiers who had tried to intercept the heart), and US agents who ensure that he does not interfere with the surgery, and so is forced to give up his attempt to take the country by force.
* with Don Cheadle and F. Murray Abraham
* cameos by Ray Liotta, Robert Patrick, Clifton Powell and Dennis Haysbert as US agents.
* Directed by Joe Carnahan
* Featured the BMW Z4 3.0i
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