Agent 47DVD - 2015
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Staff: You have to realize that millions of people have lived in Berlin over the past 25 years. I can't be expected to sort through every one of them for your mystery man, can I?
Katia: It's 19,467,000. 62.2% Slavic origin, 49.2% male. 1.2% between the ages of 49 to 50.
That's 71,291. That's something, isn't it?
And so it begins P1 of 2:
Katia: The history of man is defined by war. And war by the men who fight it. What if we could create a better man? Someone did. The Agent Program was initiated in August of 1967, by a man named Peter Aaron Litvenko. Its purpose was to create the perfect killing machine. Human beings without emotion or fear or remorse. The resulting subjects were called Agents. The program was a success.
And so it begins P2 of 2:
But the price of creating men without humanity was Litvenko's conscience. Applying his brilliant mind to his flight, he vanished. Fearing that it would be exposed, the government shut down the program. And surviving Agents drifted into shadows. Realizing its potential, many tried to restart the program. All failed. So they focused their efforts on finding the one man who could. The task fell to Dr. Albert Delriego. A ruthless and efficient man. But Litvenko had disappeared, and even he couldn't find him. Then, six years into his search, Delriego made an unexpected discovery. A single photograph, which would become the key to finding Litvenko. No one had ever imagined that, in the end, it would come down to one little girl.
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