Ambush

(2001)
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While escorting an elderly man to an undisclosed location, The Driver is confronted by a van full of armed men and is warned that the old man has stolen a large amount of diamonds. The old man claims to have swallowed the diamonds and that the men will likely cut him open to retrieve them. The Driver decides at the last minute to help him, participating in a car chase and shootout with the van. The Driver eventually evades his pursuers and watches their destruction. He then delivers the old man to a town nearby and asks the merchant if he did indeed swallowed the diamonds. The client merely chuckles and walks away. The Driver then leaves.

  1. John Frankenheimer

    Director

  2. Andrew Kevin Walker

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Clive Owen

    Clive Owen

    Driver

  2. Tomás Milián

    Tomás Milián

    Elderly Cuban

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Status Released

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  • January 1, 2001
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 6m

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