The Tourist (I) (2010)
Timothy Dalton: Chief Inspector Jones
The Englishman : [as he is restrained] I'm just a tourist. Just a tourist. He said I might get arrested at some point
Acheson : [taking the passport] What?
The Englishman : But then you'd have to let me go because you have nothing on me.
Chief Inspector Jones : Who?
The Englishman : The man that's been sending me these texts
[holding out his phone]
Acheson : [taking the phone] Texts?
The Englishman : And the money, of course.
Acheson : [looking through the texts in the phone] Let me get this straight, because I'm a little confused. You received money from a man you've never met before, who sends you text messages telling you just to show up somewhere?
The Englishman : [wistfully looking around Venice] Well, not just anywhere.
Chief Inspector Jones : [almost disdainfully] Alexander Pearce has seven hundred and forty four million in illegal assets that given he is a British subject we might seize. This operation so far has cost me eight million. If I thought there was more that a one in a hundred chance you could be success, it would be rational for me to continue this operation... I do not.