Lise warns him to be careful, before she says a tearful goodbye and embarks on a boat. The two have an exchange, and Chris decides to surprise Carla by changing his travel plans to Berlin. He alludes to having seen Chris when he was a baby, and expresses sadness at his mother's kidnapping. With that, Chris and Walter decide to go to Paris to find her. The Colonel recalls something about a family, the family of the agent Clean Sweep didn't kill. Chris asks him if he's ever killed someone, and Walter downplays the question. Chris' reaction, as to be expected, is one of frustration and disbelief.
Though Schroeder doesn't believe his story, Walter convinces him that there's another party involved. Chris has a moment of honesty with Lise, who tells him about her desire to be with Walter, to have a son like Chris. An angry and distraught Schroeder, finally faced with the man responsible for the death of his son, his daughter, and his wife, sends Walter and Chris away with Donna in tow before blowing himself and Taber up. Once at the Colonel's, Walter asks him about the man at the airport - Heinz Henke. After spotting the Lloyds, the man grabs a fiddle from a nearby busker and begins playing a tune. A suspicious-looking man enters, and Walter pulls a gun on him, and they leave.
I guarantee it will keep you involved for at least 92 of its 93 minutes. They run away to escape, ducking into an alley where Walter confesses to Chris that he used to work for the. Schroeder is at first cryptic, leaving Walter guessing as to what his desire is. That night, after ditching the gun in a river, Walter says goodbye to Chris before heading into. Walter regroups with Chris at the hotel restaurant, where he tells him that his mother has been kidnapped, and tells him the real story about the shooting at the airport.
Once through the border in East Berlin, Walter is picked up by a motorcycle courier who takes him to a small farm in the country to meet with Schroeder. The two bond shortly thereafter, however, and Walter sends Chris out after a short briefing on Agency to keep watch at a café near the pension. And, she is a damn good actress. Chris begins to tell Taber what's going on, but Walter covers up the conversation by telling him that he and Chris had been talking about something else. When tragedy strikes, she quickly realizes. In the following scene, the assassin visits the Colonel, who tortures the emphysema-ridden Colonel for the Lloyds' location by depriving him of oxygen.
He walks casually into the office coffee room, where he pours ketchup into a bag with a handkerchief, pretending it's evidence, and waltzes into the head office under the guise of working there. . Although he downplays it, Walter's fear for his wife's well-being is apparent and Chris picks up on it. Clay and Taber tell them to hole up in their hotel, a piece of advice that Chris and Walter promptly disregard. Though he denies it, it's deduced that Taber was responsible for the death of Schroeder's family, and Schroeder's man straps Taber to the chair rigged with explosives. Walter decides it's best to look up an old contact of his, a German operative named Lise.
Walter weaves expertly through the countryside, shaking the tail at extremely high speeds. Walter then quit, finding the promise of raising a family more appealing than a life of espionage. But she soon finds herself drugged and humiliated. Cornered by the two undercover agents, Walter jumps off the pier onto a passing ferry. Suspicious, he pulls his gun and approaches the door, but to his surprise, it's Chris. Steve Marachuk, the only other American in the cast, was excellent as the cad. July 2018 In , Walter Lloyd Hackman runs a business.
After meeting with a potential agent, it seemed like her career was finally on the right path. The assassin enters the apartment, but Walter suspects something and gets the drop on him, shooting the assassin dead. He forces the Lloyds to kneel, but Walter gets the jump on him when Schroeder reappears. Their plan is disrupted, however, when Carla appears at the café. Later that night, Walter leaves for West Berlin, to the Marie-Louise , leaving Chris in the care of Lise.
Walter goes down the list of possible motives - information, of which he has none; money, which he can raise. Please by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. A few seconds later, an odd-looking man in glasses points a gun at them and, in an attempt to kill Walter, shoots the man holding him up before disappearing. They attempt to lose their pursuers, but when they can't, Walter takes off on foot with Chris presumably driving to meet the Colonel. He runs upstairs to his father, and the two flee. He tearfully exclaims that he could've killed him, hugging him tightly and dropping the gun.