Sensitive New Age Killer
The life on struggling hitman Paul Morris (Paul Moder) is very complicated. When he's not being shot at, punched, kicked and stabbed, he's being blackmailed for sex by a horny cop (Caroline Bock). His psychotic, scheming partner George (Kevin Hopkins) is sabotaging his jobs, and his wife Helen (Helen Hopkins) has become the target of George's "Mother" fixation, a twisted bit of business that would make Norman Bates proud.
Paul's whole career has been based on a single encounter he had as a young boy with the legendary Hitman, "The Snake" (Frank Bren). Paul knows that one big hit will give him the respectability he deserves, and the cash he so badly needs. But when that Big Hit finally comes, Paul's celebration turns to devastation when he learns that The Snake has also arrived in town to carry out the same hit. Left with no alternative, Paul must confront his hero and beg him not to take the job.
Unlike Paul's motto, "I only kill people who deserve it, " The Snake's motto is "if it moves, I kill it." So Paul must now face the awful truth about The Snake, and learn the hard lesson in this business, a sensitive new age killer end up with a bullet in his skull.