Mary's hit job goes fine, but a young Danny (Jahi Di Allo Winston) is left an orphan who ends up in the streets as a runner for the Ukrainian mafia as a twelve or thirteen year old. Mary, the assassin doesn't "do kids", and she also wants out of the organized crime family that adopted her as a child and trained her as an assassin. Secretly following Danny over time she eventually adopts him, at first because of the guilt she feels for having caused his predicament, but she soon discovers in herself the blossom of a motherly nurturing instinct. This is a well-crafted story with emotional gravity to boot; a well-told story that dispenses with so much fluff; an action film wrapped around a compelling drama that does not seek to be a philosophical treatise, but provides 88 minutes of satisfying entertainment well worth watching. Taraji P. Henson's is convincing and fun to watch as Mary. Director Babak Najafi has done a terrific directing job and deserves plenty of credit for this great film. I highly recommend this film.