Question: Is this a true story? The ending with text "John W. Creasy" and lifetime dates makes it seem like a true story.
Answer: No, the movie was based on a fiction book. The book takes place in Italy, and the kidnapping ring is run by the mafia.
Question: Why does Creasy almost kill himself in the beginning of the movie? How does Creasy die at the end of the movie?
Answer: Creasy was a contract assassin for the CIA. His downfall was his drinking because it affected his reaction time and so forth. He had a lot of bad memories he was trying to live with. He considered this bodyguard assignment to be a blow off assignment. This and his bad memories combined with his drinking problem, made him severely depressed. This is why he considered killing himself. At the end of the movie, you see Creasy being taken away in a car. His gunshot wound from the "Voice's" brother, along with his prior gunshot wounds that were never properly treated, had finally gotten the best of him. He was bleeding the whole last half of the movie because he never fully recovered from the gunshot wounds. So, to answer the question of why he died, he bled to death.
Question: What are the scars on John Creasy's hand from, when the laser is on his hand at the end? When he is standing on the bridge with his hand on his chest the scars look the same size as a bullet?
Answer: Creasy was a POW. A general was questioning him while captured. Cigarettes were put out on his hand as a means of toture.
Question: Why did Creasy keep swimming in the pool after being shot?
Answer: Creasy swimming in the pool can be considered as as a way to be close to Pita. His blood in the water could also be interpreted as him and Pita becoming one.
Question: What type of car is the brown muscle car that Creasy drives at the end?
Answer: The brown car with the chrome split grille is a 1972 Dodge Charger.
Question: Did Creasy really shove C-4 up Fuentes' arse, or did he just attach it to the gas tank of the car?
Answer: Creasy explained to Fuentes that he used a suppository dispenser popular with drug mules to load the C-4 into Fuentes. And Fuentes had to have known what happened to his corrupt policia federale in the car and what happened at the rave, so he knew for certain that Creasy was authentic. Fuentes knew that his life was in jeopardy. As such, he tried to talk his way out - "Hey, take it easy", "I'm sorry about the girl", "I'm a professional". He tried to threaten his way out - "I'm the Presidente of La Hermidad." Fuentes was trying to buy time, to talk his way out of his impending enema. He needed enough time for Creasy to free him and for him to extract the C-4. And Creasy knew that, which is why he replied, "I wish you had more time."
Question: Does anyone know, or have any idea, what the policeman was referring to when the reporter asked for the bank information and he replied, "On one condition"?
Answer: The cop knew the info would be for Creasy, who they knew was after "The Voice". The condition was that they would first be allowed to do their thing with the information (ie. gain access to the residence, bug it, and steal a copy of the subject's photo).
Question: What is the name of the music that is playing after Fuentes's car explodes, because of the C-4 that Creasy planted?
Answer: Lisa Gerrard - Man on fire End Theme or Harry Gregson-Williams - Creasy Dies.
Question: If Jorge Gonzales and other members of La Hermandad participated in the kidnapping, why does the La Hermandad president, Victor Fuentes, steal the ransom?
Answer: La Hermandad wasn't entirely involved in the kidnapping. There were only a few members that were involved with "the voice". Jorge and his people stole the ransom because they are corrupt police and they wanted the ransom and split it among themselves.