Many years ago I saw a scene from a movie or a tv show and I can't identify it.
There is a woman and two men on a boat. One man is sitting on the bottom of the boat with his legs spread, I don't know if he's injured or is just sitting nonchalantly. He is arguing with the other man about him not killing someone (as in that person being alive will cause problems) and money if I'm not mistaken. Then the "sitting" man points to the woman that's on the boat with them and says something to her. The woman takes out a gun and there's a close-up on her face when she pulls the trigger, there are a few gunshot heard. The close-up switches between showing the woman's face and the standing man. I think it was shot that way to not reveal who was shot by the woman.
That scene stuck with me because I remember my grandad being mad at it because the woman didn't flinch or even blink when the gunshot went off. He said that given the distance and the fact that the gun she was holding was quite big, it's impossible for her face to not react to the flash/sound of the gunshot. The movie/show was in English, I assume it was action/drama. I can't give a specific time but I think it was made in 80's or 90's (I saw the movie around 2001-2003). The woman was either bald or had really short hair. I don't remember anything distinctive about the men though.