“The Transporter” quotes

Movie The Transporter
Louis Leterrier directed this movie in 2002
Title The Transporter
Year 2002
Directors Louis Leterrier, Corey Yuen
Genre Crime, Thriller, Action
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Plot – Frank Martin, former Special Forces agent, lives what seems to be a quiet life on the French Riviera. Except for his occasional missions as mercenary "transporter", where he moves loads - human or otherwise - from one place to another without asking questions. In order to carry out his missions, which are always mysterious and sometimes dangerous, in his modified Mercedes Frank follows a series of very strict rules, which he never breaks. Rule one: always honor the contract. Rule two: no names - Frank does not want to know who he is working for or what he is carrying. Rule three: never look into the load. Frank's last job does not seem different from any of the previous ones. His client is an American who Frank knows only as "Wall Street". His job is just to make a delivery. During a stopover en route, however, Frank notices that his "package" is moving and, violating 'rule three', Frank looks into the package, discovering a beautiful blindfolded woman.
All actors – Jason Statham, Qi Shu, Matt Schulze, François Berléand, Ric Young, Doug Rand, Didier Saint Melin, Tonio Descanvelle, Laurent Desponds, Matthieu Albertini, Vincent Nemeth, Jean-Yves Bilien
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