If you haven’t done so already, you need to watch this movie. Before zee Germans get there*
First two examples are quotes from the movie “Snatch”
“What’s a gun doing in your trousers?” “It’s for protection.” “Protection from what? Zee Germans?” “Then what happens to the rabbit?” “Well, it gets fucked.” “Proper fucked?” “Yeah, before Zee Germans get here.” ‘What’s with all the locks? Afraid Zee Germans are going to rob you?’
A group of professional bank robbers start to feel the heat from police when they unknowingly leave a clue at their latest heist, while both sides attempt to find balance between their personal and their professional lives.
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HEAT by Michael Mann
REVISED DRAFT March 3, 1994
EXT. CEDARS-SINAI – WIDE – DAY A monolith with alienating foregrounds. A bus pulls in on Beverly. NEIL McCAULEY and a nurse get off. Neil carries a paper bag and wears white pants like a hospital attendant. Neil is an ice-cold professional: very big, very tough. At 42 his short black hair is graying. He spent eight years in McNeil and three in San Quentin. He got out and hit the street in 1987. Four of the McNeil years were spent in the hole. Neil’s voice is street, but his language is precise like an engineer’s. He’s very careful and very good. Neil runs a professional crew that pulls down high line, high number scores and does it anyway the score has to be taken down: if on the prowl (a burglary), that’s fine; if they have to go in strong (armed), that’s fine too. And if you get in their way, that’s got to be your problem. His lifestyle is obsessively functional. There’s no steady woman or any encumbrance. Neil McCauley keeps it so there’s nothing he couldn’t walk from in 30 seconds flat.
Right now, he enters the big double doors and pulls a white intern’s coat from his paper bag.
INT. CEDARS-SINAI CORRIDOR – TRAVELING TWO SHOT – DAY
We DOLLY on Neil as he crosses through the long crowded corridor. Patients, nurses, interns and doctors pass by. A P.A. broadcasts occasional messages.
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