Okay, this is a weird one. I was watching the Léon: The Professional (Integral Version) DVD the other day, and couldn't for the life of me figure out what Willy Blood says to one of Stansfield's other men (the one who Mathilda's dad shoots in the back) inside Mathilda's family's apartment. I checked the subtitles, and here's the exchange (according to the subtitles): Willy (looking at record): Cool. Other guy: What the fuck are you doing, huh? Willy: Man, keep your bombacut mouth shut. So, as you may have guessed, my question is, what does "bombacut" mean? I did a search on Google, but the only result I got was (hehe) a transcript and timing for the subtitles on the Léon DVD. I dug a little bit deeper, and tried searching with "bombacut" separated into two words. What I found out was interesting, but who knows if it's relevant, or what. Apparently, in the documentary Shoah, there is an interview with a Holocaust survivor named Abraham Bomba, who cut prisoners' hair before they were sent to the gas chamber. Here are some links for more information: http://www.class.uidaho.edu/thomas/H...a-comments.htm http://www.ihr.org/jhr/v07/v07p244_Smith.html But if Willy's line really is something to do with this, what does it mean? Is it supposed to somehow be anti-Semitic? I've never heard this expression before in my life, and I'm just venturing a guess about what it could possibly mean. If anybody has any explanations, please share, because I'm in the dark on this one.