- 1. Somebody's pullin' me
close to the ground.
- 2. I can sense, but I can't see.
- 3. I ain't panicked. I been here before.
- 4. Same as when I got popped on 104th Street.
- 5. Don't take me to no hospital, please.
- 6. Fuckin' emergency rooms
don't save nobody.
- 7. Sons of bitches always pop you
- 8. when all they got is a Chinese intern
with a dull spoon.
- 9. Look at these suckers scramblin' around.
- 10. My Puerto Rican ass
ain't supposed to have made it this far.
- 11. Most of my crew got washed
a long time ago.
- 12. Don't worry. My heart, it don't ever quit.
- 13. I ain't ready to check out.
- 14. Seems like I just got out of the joint.
- 15. Stood up in front of that judge
and told him what was who.
- 16. Now I ain't sayin' that my way
would have been different
- 17. had my mother been alive when I was a kid,
'cause that's all you hear in the joint.
- 18. NEW YORK CITY 1975
- 19. "I didn't have a chance." No. Bullshit.
- 20. I was already a mean little bastard
while my mother was alive, and I know it.
- 21. But I learned about women from her.
- 22. Mr. Brigante, there are 56 cases
on the court's docket for this morning.
- 23. Why am I listening to this?
- 24. Your Honor, Mr. Brigante
is understandably excited
- 25. having been vindicated
after five years of incarceration.
- 26. There's no vindication here, Counselor.
- 27. Or absolution, or benediction, or anything,
- 28. other than an incredible convergence
- 29. which you have exploited
to your client's benefit.
- 30. With all due respect, Your Honor,
these circumstances that you speak of
- 31. include illegal wiretaps
and tainted evidence.
- 32. This is a classic
"fruit of a poisoned tree" situation.
- 33. I think after five years
of unjust incarceration
- 34. it is reasonable to request
Mr. Brigante be indulged his right to speak.
- 35. Okay, Mr. Brigante, I'm all ears.
- 36. Your Honor,
- 37. with all due respect,
- 38. past and present, and without further to-do.
- 39. Let me assure this court
that I am through walkin' on the wild side.
- 40. That's all I've been tryin' to tell you.
- 41. I have been sick with the social ills
known in the ghetto
- 42. but my time
in the sterling correctional facilities
- 43. of Green Haven and Sing Sing
has not been in vain. I've been cured!
- 44. Born again, like the Watergaters.
- 45. I know you heard this rap before.
Your Honor, I mean it.
- 46. This is the truth. I changed.
- 47. I changed and it didn't take no 30 years
- 48. like Your Honor thought, but only five.
- 49. That's right, sir. Five years.
- 50. And look at me. Completely rehabilitated,
- 51. reinvigorated, reassimilated,
and finally gonna be relocated.
- 52. And I want to thank a lot of people for that.
- 53. I look over there and I see
that man there, Mr. Norwalk.
- 54. I want to thank you, sir,
for making the tapes in an illegal fashion.
- 55. I would like to thank the Court of Appeals
for reversing you, Your Honor.
- 56. And I want to thank
- 57. Almighty God
without whom no case gets tossed.
- 58. - I can't believe this.
- I must have forgot. How could I forget,
- 59. my dear, close friend and lawyer,
- 60. David Kleinfeld, who never gave up on me
- 61. through everything, thick and thin.
- 62. - Why don't you just stand up?
- I'm sorry.
- 63. - Mr. Brigante!
- Davey Kleinfeld.
- 64. Mr. Brigante, you're not accepting an award.
- 65. Court of Appeals' decision
- 66. and the District Attorney's
unfortunate investigative techniques,
- 67. now devolve upon me the painful duty
of unleashing upon society
- 68. a reputed assassin
and convicted purveyor of narcotics.
- 69. No! Never convicted on no dope.
- 70. The indictment is dismissed.
Prisoner is discharged. Call the next case.
- 71. - I'm indebted to you.
- 72. I feel like I won.
- 73. Excuse me. Congratulations.
- 74. - No hard feelings, right?
- I'll be seeing you, Brigante.
- 75. That was some line of crap
you handed him in there.
- 76. That was no line of crap, man.
I meant every word I said.
- 77. You don't understand. You don't get it.
- 78. I'm a free man,
and I don't mean just out of jail.
- 79. "I am free at last, free at last,
- 80. - "thank God Almighty, I am free at last!"
- I gotta work here. Save your energy.
- 81. Wait till you see
what I got lined up for tonight.
- 82. So what are you gonna do for money?
Hook up with Rolando again?
- 83. I told you, I ain't goin' back to the street.
- 84. Twenty-five years I worked that sucker.
- 85. What do I got to show for it? Squat.
- 86. You dancing with me
or you dancing with him?
- 87. What does that mean,
"I ain't goin' back on the street"?
- 88. What else do you know how to do?
- 89. - I got plans, baby.
- Talk to me.
- 90. 'Cause you can dance
with him if you wanna.
- 91. I know Dave since
he was just out of law school.
- 92. He was workin' as a clerk
for a big mob lawyer.
- 93. Kept a tire iron under the seat of his car,
tried like hell not to look scared
- 94. by all his wise-guy clients.
- 95. But Davey Kleinfeld,
he ain't scared no more.
- 96. So look at you.
- 97. You really made something of your life.
- 98. You put me in business.
All my first clients came through you.
- 99. As I say, you know, top drawer.
- 100. You're top drawer, Davey.
- 101. Man.
- 102. Listen, I got something for you.
You remember Saso?
- 103. Saso. Yeah.
- 104. Fat guy, had the Argentine place
- 105. He bought the lease on this bankrupt disco.
- 106. I got some investors together
and we backed him.
- 107. I got $50,000 in the place.
- 108. Problem is Saso. He's been shakin' the till,
payin' off gambling debts.
- 109. He says if he doesn't get $25,000,
he's gonna lose his lease.
- 110. I like the place. I go there sometimes.
- 111. The money's no big deal.
I don't mind puttin' it in
- 112. as long as I know there's someone there
who's gonna run the place straight, clean.
- 113. Me?
- 114. I owned clubs. I never ran 'em.
- 115. What's the big deal?
You step in, straighten things out,
- 116. - you take a salary, a chunk of the profits.
- 117. You've done enough already for me, Dave.
- 118. You call it a favor between friends.
- 119. No favor. I owe you.
- 120. Favor gonna kill you faster than a bullet.
- 121. You saved my life.
- 122. You saved my life, Dave.
- 123. Thirty years. You know what that is?
- 124. I was dead. I was buried.
I was under the ground.
- 125. You dug me up.
- 126. I don't know what to say to you.
- 127. I just don't know what to say.
- 128. Say you love me.
- 129. I love you.
- 130. If you was a broad, I'd marry you.
- 131. - My boy.
- I bet you would.
- 132. Who's that? Well, you know...
- 133. Look, we're going to the ladies' room.
- 134. Goodbye, you two.
- 135. - Well, somebody's got to.
- 136. So, what are these plans?
- 137. What's the big goddamn secret?
- 138. You remember a guy named Clyde Bassie?
- 139. Got out of the joint a couple of years ago.
- 140. He went down to the Bahamas,
- 141. and he got this car rental place.
- 142. He used to talk about it
all the time in the can.
- 143. He got out, he went down there,
put it together.
- 144. And it's doin' good. Real good.
- 145. I mean, like, it's makin' money.
- 146. Couple of months ago
he wrote me and he said
- 147. I could buy in any time
I got $75,000 together.
- 148. You're gonna rent cars.
- 149. What are you laughing at?
- 150. - You're gonna rent cars.
- That's right. I know a lot about cars.
- 151. I've been stealing 'em since I was 14.
- 152. Look at him laugh.
- 153. I'll tell you somethin'.
- 154. Car rental guys don't get killed that much.
- 155. And where are you gonna get the $75,000?
- 156. I don't know. Maybe some rich relative dies
and leaves it to me.
- 157. It's a dream, Dave. You gotta dream, baby.
- 158. You got it all worked out, Carlito.
Here's to you.
- 159. So here's me back on the street.
- 160. Third Sunday in August.
Old Timer's Day in the barrio.
- 161. - When did you get out, papi?
- A couple of days ago.
- 162. Nothin' left.
- 163. Like them old cowboy movies,
but instead of tumbleweed and cow dung,
- 164. we got stripped car wrecks and dog shit.
- 165. A lot of new faces?
- 166. These young guys, I don't recognize them.
- 167. Carlito, man, Death Valley out here, man.
- 168. You know me, I take to the street
with any of these motherfuckers, man.
- 169. But these new kids nowadays, man,
they got no respect for human life.
- 170. They shotgun you
just to see you fly up in the air.
- 171. You're better off in jail.
- 172. I don't even go up to black Harlem no more.
- 173. They're fuckin' crazy up there.
- 174. - Victor with the beard.
- He got shot right in front of the High.
- 175. Right in front of fuckin' Patrick Henry High.
- 176. - Lalin, you know him.
- Lalin Miasso. What happened to him?
- 177. Lalin's doin' 30 years in Attica, man.
- 178. Walberto! Check it out, esto.
Mira who's here.
- 179. Hey, Wally.
- 180. - Heavy-duty.
- Good to see you.
- 181. Carlito, I've been looking all over for you.
- 182. Should have figured
I'd find you walking around up here
- 183. - doing a little "memory lane."
- While I still got one.
- 184. - Rolando wants to talk to you.
- Carlito, I gotta get back to the game.
- 185. But, papi, you need anything, bodyguard,
anything, call me, okay?
- 186. - You call me. Take care.
- Pachanga. Good to see you.
- 187. - Rolando?
- He's around the corner.
- 188. Guajiro, wait here for me.
- 189. - In about five minutes, I'll be back.
- Sure thing, Carlito.
- 190. Who is that? New backup man?
- 191. He's my little cousin.
I gotta visit my aunt later.
- 192. I said a prayer for you
while you were inside,
- 193. that harm will come to him who harmed you.
- 194. - Thank you.
- Sit down.
- 195. - You are well?
- Well enough.
- 196. You look like you're doing good
- 197. Why not? Business is good.
- 198. - Smack.
- The coca business.
- 199. That's all there is. Heroin is dead.
- 200. - But you know all of this, right?
- No, I didn't know that.
- 201. Let's speak the truth between us.
- 202. You did five years
and never once mentioned my name.
- 203. I know that you could have given me up
- 204. and made things easier for yourself,
but you didn't.
- 205. Good for you.
- 206. But, you see,
I got rich while you were inside.
- 207. Maybe you think I owe you?
- 208. I don't want anything from you.
- 209. - Who are you working with?
- I ain't working with nobody.
- 210. - Nobody?
- I'm retired.
- 211. - Retired?
- That's right.
- 212. Retired?
- 213. You are serious?
- 214. I'm serious. That's right. I'm out. I quit.
- 215. So, Carlito Brigante got religion, right?
- 216. That's right. I'm studying to be a priest.
- 217. So what are you doing these days?
- 218. Nothing much. I'm still in school.
- 219. I got a job, though.
- 220. No kidding. Doing what?
- 221. Just a little legwork
for Señor Pablo Cabrales.
- 222. - Cabrales.
- 223. What do you want to do that shit for?
That's not good.
- 224. Come on, Carlito.
I'm not making a career out of it.
- 225. I'm a delivery boy, that's all.
- 226. Check this out.
- 227. That's $30,000.
- 228. Can I ask you for a favor?
- 229. What's that?
- 230. I gotta go down the block for this pickup.
Can you come with me?
- 231. Come on.
Don't get me involved with that stuff.
- 232. Come on. I know these guys.
- 233. I just wanna walk in with you.
- 234. They see who my backup is
and they'll shit in their pants.
- 235. - They ain't gonna know me.
- 236. You're a fuckin' legend.
- 237. Come on.
- 238. All right. Ten minutes. I promised
your mother we'd be there for dinner.
- 239. That's no problem.
These guys, they're real pros.
- 240. Boom, boom, in and out.
- 241. So the kid's walkin' in there
- 242. And the legend, me,
I'm walkin' right in with him.
- 243. Five minutes from now,
we'll be on the streets
- 244. with $30,000 worth of very sweet candy,
- 245. more than enough to put me
right back where I just come from.
- 246. Coño, Guajiro. Who's this?
- 247. This is my cousin, man. Carlito Brigante.
- 248. You heard of Carlito, right?
- 249. What you need him for?
- 250. I just come along for the ride, man.
- 251. Come on, Quisqueya, man.
You know Carlito, right?
- 252. I got nothing here.
- 253. He just got out of Lewisburg, man.
- 254. He used to be partners with Rolando Rivas.
- 255. Carlito. I heard of you, man.
- 256. You used to run smack with Rolando, right?
- 257. Little bit.
- 258. Little bit? Little bit, that's a good one.
- 259. I heard you guys were the fucking kings.
- 260. Lo siento, Carlito.
- 261. Hermanos, take care of Carlito.
- 262. We gotta do some business.
- 263. No, I'll watch.
- 264. - We're playing eight ball.
- Good game.
- 265. - You don't mind if I count it, right?
- It's all there, man.
- 266. I'll count it anyway.
- 267. - Maybe you'll lose a game.
- Yeah, right.
- 268. - You like that shot I did, right?
- That shot ain't nothin'.
- 269. Come on.
- 270. What are you in a rush for?
I'm just gonna beat you again.
- 271. What's the matter?
- 272. - That's your bathroom there?
- That's the bathroom.
- 273. Don't work.
- 274. The toilet's backed up.
- 275. Sorry, man.
- 276. - Don't work?
- No, don't work.
- 277. I can wait another week.
- 278. Come back then, we'll have it fixed for you.
- 279. Turn it up! I love that song!
- 280. You wanna play or what?
- 281. Be cool. I'm rackin', man. Shit.
- 282. - You got a light?
- Sure, man.
- 283. - You're playin' eight ball, right?
- 284. I can't resist this.
I gotta show you people a shot.
- 285. - We're in the middle of a game here!
- You're playin' eight ball.
- 286. Right before you rack. It's nothin'.
It ain't gonna bother your game.
- 287. You ain't gonna believe this.
Gonna line 'em up like this.
- 288. - You gonna show us a trick shot?
- No trick shot. This is magic time.
- 289. After you see this shot,
you're gonna give up your religious beliefs.
- 290. Quisqueya, you gotta check this out.
- 291. - Carlito's doin' one of his trick shots, man.
- 292. I ain't done counting yet.
- 293. You want a cold beer, hermano?
- 294. Help yourself, man.
- 295. - Took me six months to learn this shot.
- Six months?
- 296. - You gotta help me though.
- 297. See this?
- 298. - Over the 12.
- 299. - So how's your boss?
- He's good. I saw him this morning.
- 300. Put your finger right here,
right on top of the 12, to hold it there, see?
- 301. - Like that?
- You gotta get it even with that.
- 302. - So you didn't hear the news?
- What news?
- 303. There's no beer down here, man.
- 304. Sure, way down in the bottom.
- 305. Me and Clyde Bassie were working on this.
- 306. You lookin' at that nine?
Let me have your cue.
- 307. Line 'em up.
- 308. - They even?
- They look even to me.
- 309. Come on, Quisqueya. What news?
- 310. Your boss is dead and so are you.
- 311. I'm reloaded!
- 312. Come on in here, motherfuckers!
- 313. Come on, I'm waitin' for ya!
- 314. You ain't comin' in?
- 315. I'm comin' out!
- 316. You're up against it now, motherfuckers!
- 317. I'm gonna blow your fuckin' brains out!
- 318. You think you're big time?
- 319. You're gonna fuckin' die big time!
- 320. You ready?
- 321. Here comes the pain!
- 322. Oh, Jesus.
- 323. Jesus Christ, look at you.
- 324. You said they were friends, Guajiro,
- 325. but there ain't no friends
in this shit business.
- 326. All right, what happened?
- 327. Ain't no more rackets out here
- 328. just a bunch of cowboys
ripping each other off.
- 329. I don't invite this shit. It just comes to me.
- 330. I run, it runs after me.
- 331. Gotta be somewhere to hide.
- 332. So I took a look at this, Saso's place.
It's good. It's a nice location.
- 333. Somebody ran it right,
it could do good business.
- 334. Great. I'll advance you $25,000.
- 335. No, I'm gonna put my own money in.
- 336. Your own money?
What money is that?
- 337. I ran into Rolando.
He owed me from an old thing, $25,000
- 338. so, that's the only way
I'm gonna do it, Dave.
- 339. You got it. Terrific.
- 340. So you'll call Saso,
tell him I'll see him tonight.
- 341. Done. I want to talk to you about something.
I need a little favor.
- 342. It's no big deal, but I need a bodyguard.
- 343. Who's bothering you? I know 'em?
- 344. It's no big deal.
Just a little misunderstanding.
- 345. If it's no big deal,
what do you need a bodyguard for?
- 346. Will you trust me on this?
It's just temporary.
- 347. I'll get someone of my own later,
but I want someone right away.
- 348. There's Pachanga,
one of the old barrio crowd. He's good.
- 349. Great.
- 350. You okay?
- 351. I got a good feeling about this club.
- 352. I think we're gonna make some real money.
- 353. Good, I got a good feeling about it, too,
- 354. but as soon as I make my $75,000,
- 355. I'm splittin'.
- 356. That's right.
- 357. You're gonna rent Ford Pintos
to tourists in Paradise.
- 358. That's right,
with a big smile on my face, too.
- 359. Times have changed.
- 360. What happened to the miniskirts?
- 361. Where's all that marijuana?
- 362. Now everything is platforms, cocaine,
and dances I don't dance.
- 363. What a man gotta come to
when he loses five years.
- 364. But some shit never changes, like Saso.
- 365. Charlie, my friend! Charlie Brigante!
How you doing?
- 366. Hey, Saso.
- 367. No, no more Saso.
Now everybody calls me Ron.
- 368. - Ron?
- Ron from Reinaldo.
- 369. Okay, Ron, let's get to the point.
- 370. I hear you're doing good business
with this place.
- 371. - Very good.
- So how come you need money?
- 372. - Me?
- You gamblin' again, right?
- 373. How much you owe?
- 374. I don't know, maybe $50,000 or $60,000.
- 375. That means about $100,000.
Who you owe the money to?
- 376. You know, Charles, some of the boys.
- 377. $25,000 will quiet them for now,
and you'll come in for a quarter of my end.
- 378. Okay, I'm gonna give you
$25,000 cash tomorrow.
- 379. I'm gonna come in for half your end.
- 380. What are you trying to do to me?
- 381. What I'm trying to do, Saso,
I mean Ron, is save your ass.
- 382. Right, because it's either Fat Anthony
or Scooze you owe the money to, right?
- 383. Either way, you're gonna end up
in the trunk of a car,
- 384. somewhere on the Belt Parkway before long.
- 385. May be weeks before they find you.
- 386. Remember? They open her up.
- 387. That's some kind of stink
you're gonna make.
- 388. "What's that smell?" Saso, man.
- 389. That's Saso. Used to be Ron.
- 390. Okay. What time tomorrow?
- 391. So here's me in the club
playing Humphrey Bogart.
- 392. Things can get very sticky after hours,
so I bring in Pachanga,
- 393. little extra backup.
- 394. He thinks I'm gonna make him rich,
- 395. so he's worried I'm gonna get killed
before he scores.
- 396. I heard about that shit with your cousin.
- 397. Why didn't you call me
so I could watch your ass?
- 398. That happened a month ago.
You just found out?
- 399. You got me chasin' this Kleinberg
in the daytime and then you got me here...
- 400. Kleinfeld! I hope you're doin' a better job
with him than you are with me.
- 401. The guy got a lot of money.
- 402. He got a safe in the office
with stacks of hundreds just waitin'...
- 403. Kleinfeld is my brother. Look at me.
- 404. He is my brother.
- 405. Pachanga's only fuckin' around.
- 406. Don't fuck around.
Just keep your eyes open.
- 407. Look at the bar. They're stealin' money.
- 408. I wanna try, but it's so dark in here.
What do you want me to do?
- 409. Carlito! The guy over there says
he don't have to pay.
- 410. - What guy is that?
- The guy in the red over there.
- 411. What are you doin'?
- 412. - Shut up and kiss me.
- Excuse me.
- 413. - Something wrong with the check?
- Yeah, something's fucking wrong with it.
- 414. Baby, come on...
- 415. - Benny!
- What, man?
- 416. Shit. Fuck. Shit, man.
I'm sorry, Mr. Brigante.
- 417. I'm sorry. I got no problem.
- 418. See, Fat Man Saso there owes me money
and he's a little slow in paying me.
- 419. So I'm just working it off for him.
We haven't been formally introduced.
- 420. - My name is Benny Blanco from the Bronx.
- You know me?
- 421. I know you. You're Carlito Brigante,
- 422. I don't know you.
So I don't owe you. Saso does.
- 423. My place now, new rules.
- 424. Everybody pays. Okay?
- 425. Okay. That's cool, that's groovy.
- 426. What's the matter with you?
Pay the fuckin' goddamn check, bitch.
- 427. - To the waiter.
- To the waiter, you dumb fuck!
- 428. And get us some champagne,
some of that French shit.
- 429. Have a glass, man.
- 430. - No, thank you...
- I wanna pick your brain.
- 431. Get him a chair. The man is standing!
- 432. Get him a chair.
Get the stupid look off your face.
- 433. You know who this man is?
- 434. This man here, he's the fuckin' J.P. Morgan
of the smack business.
- 435. - I'm...
- First time I ever heard that.
- 436. Come on, man. You had 90, 100 guys
on the street. Right?
- 437. - Something like that.
- I'm starting out small.
- 438. I'm just building my organization.
- 439. I'm refining it
and maximizing my potentialities.
- 440. I got my finger on some shit
that's about to explode.
- 441. If you can just give me two minutes...
- 442. - Maybe next time. All the best to ya.
- Two minutes of your time.
- 443. I'll talk to you again.
- 444. Just two minutes, Mr. Brigante. That's all.
- 445. Fucking kids.
- 446. Move a couple of ounces,
think they're a big shot.
- 447. Make a few bucks while I'm in the joint,
I gotta respect them.
- 448. - Fuck that.
- Yeah, fuck that shit.
- 449. Talk to me about this.
- 450. Carlito, I see you was talkin'
to Benny Blanco before.
- 451. Benny Blanco from the Bronx.
- 452. - They say he's comin' up in the world.
- Do they?
- 453. He's got a big future
- 454. if he can live past next week.
- 455. How come a good-lookin' dude like you,
- 456. doesn't have a woman?
- 457. Well, I guess I'm a workaholic.
- 458. What's the matter?
- 459. Don't you ever see nobody you like in here?
- 460. Nobody but you, Stef.
- 461. Jesus, she looks like Gail.
- 462. Same color hair. The way she dances.
- 463. I met Gail a year before I went into the joint.
- 464. She was this dancer,
this artistic ballet-type,
- 465. was gonna be a big Broadway star.
- 466. I guess she fell in love.
- 467. Me, too. I swore I'd never break her heart,
but, you know, things happen.
- 468. I miss you, Gail.
- 469. When you're in the joint,
you spend all your time
- 470. dopin' out who you're gonna see
the first day you're out.
- 471. The second day. The third.
- 472. But then you get out, everybody's got
a different face than you remember.
- 473. Maybe you do, too.
- 474. You pray for one face that didn't change.
- 475. One face that still knows you,
- 476. looks at you the same way it always did.
- 477. I couldn't figure it out.
I couldn't get that thing to save my life.
- 478. - Bye, Gail.
- See you next week.
- 479. - I know you, lady.
- Buzz off.
- 480. Sure, you used to go out with that guy.
- 481. What's his name? That good-looking guy.
- 482. Yeah, Carlito Brigante. That's right.
- 483. Hello, Gail.
- 484. I was in the road company
of this show called Songbird last year.
- 485. I played the governor's daughter.
- 486. It wasn't the lead, but it was a great part.
- 487. And I did this musical book show
last year in Vegas.
- 488. I hated the weather. You ever been there?
- 489. Vegas? Yeah. So are you in something now?
- 490. I can come downtown and see you.
- 491. I'm just, you know, doing club dates
right now, mostly one-nighters though.
- 492. But I'm up for this play that goes this fall.
- 493. That's great.
- 494. You're livin'
what you always dreamed about.
- 495. I'm getting close.
- 496. I am getting close.
I'm not there yet, but it's okay.
- 497. What was it like inside, Charlie?
- 498. No big thing.
- 499. A lot of push-ups. A lot of wasted time.
- 500. - You're out now.
- Yeah. Here I am.
- 501. Am I out of line, just poppin' up like this
after all these years?
- 502. You still pissed at me?
- 503. What do you think?
- 504. You dumped me hard, Charlie.
- 505. Now you want to tell me
it was for my own good, right?
- 506. No, it was for mine. It was for mine.
- 507. It was for my own good.
I was doin' 30 years.
- 508. What was I supposed to do? I knew
you were gonna try and wait for me.
- 509. You were gonna visit me,
make me think about you all the time.
- 510. Now what was I supposed to do?
There I am sittin' in jail
- 511. wonderin' all the time where you are,
- 512. what you're doin', who you're with.
- 513. That'd have drove me crazy.
- 514. It'd have killed me. Believe me.
- 515. Best to just cut it clean, you know?
- 516. Do my time with a clear head.
- 517. So, now what?
- 518. Now what? I don't know. I'm here. I'm out.
- 519. For whatever that's worth.
- 520. What about this club of yours?
- 521. It's not my club, you know.
I just got a piece of it.
- 522. Just trying to make enough money...
- 523. With my luck, somebody's gonna get shot,
- 524. the cops are gonna come
and close it down, you know.
- 525. That doesn't sound like you.
- 526. It doesn't? Really?
- 527. You never talked like this before.
- 528. Never felt like this before.
- 529. It's a funny thing.
- 530. This guy, this counselor at Lewisburg,
- 531. Mr. Seawald, once said to me,
- 532. "Charlie, you run out of steam.
- 533. "You can't sprint all the way.
You gotta stop sometime.
- 534. "You can't buck it forever.
It catches up to you.
- 535. "It gets you.
- 536. "You don't get reformed,
- 537. "you just run out of wind."
- 538. I'd better go.
- 539. Can I call you sometime?
- 540. Why don't you let me call you?
- 541. - You know where to find me, right?
- 542. You said you wouldn't break my heart.
- 543. I know. I'm sorry.
- 544. I'm sorry.
- 545. Good night.
- 546. RIKER'S ISLAND PRISON BARGE
- 547. Mr. Taglialucci to see his lawyer,
- 548. Go ahead.
- 549. Tony, how are you?
- 550. - Okay, Jackson, beat it.
- Yes, sir, Mr. Taglialucci.
- 551. You look good.
- 552. Don't make me do it, Kleinfeld.
Just write this down, all right?
- 553. It's 555
- 554. 5888.
- 555. That's my kid Frankie's
home phone number
- 556. and I'll tell you why in a minute.
- 557. - Tony...
- Shut up!
- 558. I never liked you, Kleinfeld.
Not 'cause you're a Jew.
- 559. I know plenty of Jews.
It's 'cause you're a lyin' piece of shit.
- 560. Now, I give you $1,000,000 to make
a simple payoff and nothin' happens.
- 561. Look, I told your son.
I gave Nicky the money personally.
- 562. If he decides to betray that
and testify against you anyway,
- 563. - I can hardly be...
- You look at my hands.
- 564. Now you make me raise my voice
and I'll snap your neck like a bread stick.
- 565. You fuckin' phony.
What do you take me for?
- 566. Nicky never saw dollar one of my money.
- 567. My $1,000,000 went straight
into your pockets.
- 568. - I personally...
- Don't you fuckin' lie to me, you scumbag.
- 569. You lie to me again,
you're gonna end up in that river out there.
- 570. You think about this when you go out,
and you'll take a look down
- 571. and imagine what it'll feel like
- 572. slidin' around down the bottom with eels
and crabs crawlin' out of your eyeballs.
- 573. What do you want from me?
- 574. - I understand you got a boat.
- 575. - You're gonna get me out of here.
- I'm doing every...
- 576. My entire office is devoted
to your appeal right now.
- 577. - I talked to the judge this morning.
- I ain't talkin' about no appeal.
- 578. I'm talkin' about you bustin' me out of here.
- 579. I'm a lawyer.
- 580. Listen, you lawyer-fuck,
I got a million-dollar credit with you.
- 581. My kid Frankie's gonna go with you
and keep an eye on you,
- 582. make sure everything goes right.
- 583. You see that guard that brought me in here?
- 584. He's been taken care of, and he's gonna
set it up to get me into the water.
- 585. All you gotta do is be there
with the boat to pick me up.
- 586. Look, this is not exactly the kind of...
- 587. The contract's already down on you, pal.
- 588. The guys, the guns,
the lime pit's already dug.
- 589. You understand?
And from in here, just one button I push.
- 590. What?
- 591. Mr. Norwalk
from the District Attorney's office.
- 592. I said no calls!
- 593. No, he's here.
- 594. Mr. Kleinfeld?
- 595. Give me a second, please.
- 596. - Mr. Kleinfeld, are you there?
- Send him in.
- 597. Bill, how are you?
- 598. - David, good to see you. Have a seat.
- Hope you don't mind. I was in the area.
- 599. Not at all. As a matter of fact,
I was about to call you.
- 600. Your problems aren't just
going to go away, David.
- 601. So, here's me in the club
countin' every dollar.
- 602. On top of the $25,000 I put in,
I already pulled out another $14,000.
- 603. $35,000 or $40,000 more
and I'm gone, daddy, gone.
- 604. Two, maybe three months.
- 605. Just gotta mark time now,
- 606. lie low, keep out of trouble
- 607. and off people's minds.
- 608. Lalin is here. In the office.
- 609. - Lalin?
- You wanna see him?
- 610. - You told me he was doin' 30 years.
- I guess he got out.
- 611. - How's he doin'?
- Not as good as you, but, you know...
- 612. I don't know what that means.
- 613. Lalin was a neighborhood guy,
real good-lookin' son of a bitch.
- 614. He used to work in
this private gambling joint on West 87th.
- 615. He was kind of a greeter for the place,
set guys up with broads.
- 616. Now anybody ask me about Lalin,
- 617. I have to say, he's a stand-up guy.
- 618. - Look at you, man, look at you.
- Hey, hermano.
- 619. How you doin', man? What a place.
- 620. What happened to you?
- 621. What do you mean? You didn't hear?
- 622. I took a few in the back.
- 623. When the street's really mad at you,
she don't put you in a box,
- 624. she puts you in one of these things.
- 625. No. I'm workin'.
- 626. - How about a drink? You want one?
- Like you wouldn't believe.
- 627. Pachanga, tell me what's goin' on up there.
- 628. Come on, man, tell me.
- 629. Take care, all right?
- 630. I seen that chick
you used to go around with.
- 631. The one from the Bahamas.
- 632. You know, la rubia.
The one that looks like my sister.
- 633. That's Gail.
- 634. I seen her in this show
on 48th and Broadway.
- 635. When was this?
- 636. Two weeks ago.
She was in this fantastic show.
- 637. I mean, like artistic, you know,
but a lot of talent.
- 638. That girl's got a lot of talent.
- 639. 48th and Broadway?
- 640. Let me get another drink.
- 641. So, you back in business?
- 642. I'm retired, Lalin. Told you that.
No more business for me.
- 643. Come on. All them people in Lewisburg
and you're telling me you didn't connect?
- 644. I did a lot of reading.
Worked on my appeal, that kind of thing.
- 645. What about you? What is this?
- 646. Pachanga told me you was doin' 30 years.
- 647. Yeah. Beat it.
- 648. You beat it? How'd you do that?
- 649. You know, like you, I did a lot of reading
- 650. and I worked with some guys,
some smart guys in the joint
- 651. and just beat it, that's all.
- 652. No shit. That's good.
- 653. Here's to you.
- 654. To you. "Free at last."
- 655. Listen, I'm in with some new people now.
- 656. They trust you.
They think you're a fuckin' guinea.
- 657. - Where are they from? Pleasant Avenue?
- No, downtown.
- 658. Anyway, they got the money.
They got a lot of money.
- 659. Some heavy paper. They go up to $25,000
for a key, if it's good shit, you know.
- 660. They want regular street people.
Old school all the way.
- 661. - Stand-up guys like us, right, Lalin?
- Old school, baby.
- 662. So what you say? You and me,
just like old times.
- 663. You bring the people you're with now.
- 664. I ain't with nobody. I told you that.
I ain't connected no more.
- 665. Come on, man!
You forget who you're talking to?
- 666. - Look at this.
- Wait a minute.
- 667. This how you beat your 30 years,
you piece of shit?
- 668. - Let me explain.
- I'll kill you, you motherfucker.
- 669. - Fuckin' push you in the fuckin' river!
- What the fuck is goin' on?
- 670. Wait a minute. Wait a fuckin' second!
- 671. You a fuckin' chivo, man?
You a fuckin' rat? I'll fuckin' kill him!
- 672. Let me kill him for you!
- 673. Let him fuckin' kill me! Fuck you!
- 674. Kill me, you motherfucker! Look what I got!
- 675. I mean, look at me! You got everything!
- 676. I mean, come on!
- 677. Look what I gotta fucking go around with,
- 678. I got fucking diapers!
I shit in my pants every day!
- 679. I can't walk, I can't hump.
- 680. Go ahead and kill me, you cocksucker!
- 681. They made me do it, or they send me back.
- 682. I'm no good in the joint.
I'm in a fucking wheelchair.
- 683. - It wasn't even turned on.
- Who sent you? Listen to me now.
- 684. Who sent you?
- 685. - Who sent you, motherfucker?
- The D.A.
- 686. Norwalk?
- 687. - Norwalk?
- He got a hard-on for you, man.
- 688. Got a tip you were dealing again, big time.
- 689. I was dealing? Who told him that?
- 690. I been clean. I haven't made
one fuckin' move. Who told him that?
- 691. - I don't know.
- Who told him that?
- 692. Man, I swear to God, I don't know!
- 693. I would never give you up.
I would never do that.
- 694. I was gonna give you a signal.
- 695. It wasn't even turned on.
It's something else, man!
- 696. Look, let me...
- 697. Just do it, man! Just fuckin' kill me.
- 698. I ain't gonna kill you.
- 699. I ain't even gonna hurt you.
- 700. I ask you,
- 701. how can you fuck the only people
who ever cared for you?
- 702. How do you do that?
- 703. You lost, motherfucker.
- 704. I'm gonna get somebody to wheel you out.
- 705. Some fuck told Norwalk I was dealin' again.
- 706. Come in.
- 707. Do you know who it was?
- 708. All I know is he sent somebody
to talk to me wearin' a wire.
- 709. That son of a bitch.
- 710. He's been leaning on me, too,
about other shit.
- 711. I ain't dealin'. I ain't goin' back to prison
no matter what!
- 712. Relax. You're not dealing
so he can't have anything on you.
- 713. This is the way this guy is.
He's on a goddamn fishing expedition.
- 714. I'll take care of it. All right? Come on.
- 715. Fuckin' Lalin, man.
- 716. He has nobody.
- 717. He has nobody left.
- 718. How about you, sir? Check it out, man.
- 719. What's up, man? Check it out.
What's happenin', man?
- 720. Cool, man. Take that.
- 721. This is a surprise.
- 722. Big surprise.
- 723. Diet Pepsi.
- 724. You were really terrific.
- 725. - I mean, really...
- 726. very, how do I say...
- 727. Sexy?
- 728. - Exactly.
- That is the desired effect.
- 729. - Miss, that was just wonderful!
- Really, really wonderful!
- 730. - Thank you very much.
- Really, really wonderful.
- 731. Thanks a lot.
- 732. Fans.
- 733. What's the matter, Charlie?
- 734. Nothin'. No, I was just...
- 735. This situation, I think, maybe is...
- 736. Situation?
- 737. I didn't expect this kind of thing. That's all.
- 738. I mean, you told me you was
in a musical of some sort.
- 739. I thought you was doin' a Broadway show.
- 740. You told me the governor's daughter,
whatever you were playing.
- 741. And I come here and see this, it's a...
- 742. Not that there's anything wrong with this.
- 743. Wait a second. I work hard here.
- 744. I dance. I get well-paid for it.
I don't fuck anybody.
- 745. I didn't say that. Now, please.
- 746. You're sitting there judging me.
- 747. I'm not judgin' you. Please, don't say that.
- 748. I don't judge you.
What do you do that's so wonderful?
- 749. You ever kill anybody, Charlie?
- 750. I'm sorry. I shouldn't have said that.
- 751. I'm sorry.
I shouldn't have just busted in like this.
- 752. My fault. I apologize.
- 753. I better go now.
- 754. - Where you going?
- I'm gonna go home.
- 755. When am I gonna see you again?
- 756. Why don't you surprise me another time?
- 757. - Like when?
- I can't tell you that.
- 758. - Why not?
- 'Cause it wouldn't be a surprise, would it?
- 759. You know I want to feel your ass.
- 760. You already know my ass.
- 761. Come with me.
- 762. What the fuck are you lookin' at me for?
- 763. - Benny!
- How ya doin'?
- 764. - Benny Blanco from the Bronx!
- Hey, Fat Man.
- 765. The fattest man.
- 766. - Where's my money?
- What money?
- 767. My money, man! You play pussy,
you gonna get fucked!
- 768. Are you kidding?
- 769. - Where's Steffie?
- 770. - Get me Steffie, man. I'm lonely.
- 771. After that, she got six fucking kids.
- 772. Mr. Brigante,
there is a problem with Mr. Kleinfeld.
- 773. - What kind of problem?
- He's in the bathroom fucking Steffie.
- 774. So what's the problem? Good for him.
- 775. But she belongs to Benny Blanco now.
- 776. Who?
- 777. You remember Benny Blanco
from the Bronx?
- 778. - That little piece of shit from the other day.
- Not that guy. Fuck him.
- 779. He's here, and he's gonna make trouble.
- 780. - Where is he?
- Over there.
- 781. Fuck him! Don't worry
about Benny Blanco. Go ahead, it's okay.
- 782. What do I do when they tell me that?
- 783. You gotta learn to live with it.
- 784. Where've you been hiding this man?
This is one sexy man.
- 785. - He's an animal. You know that?
- Faster than a speeding bullet.
- 786. Yeah, but he got himself a Mercedes
and a yacht, all of that.
- 787. Mr. Benny Blanco says it's gonna be okay.
- 788. He wants to send
a bottle of champagne over
- 789. and he wants you to send Steffie over,
when you're ready.
- 790. - Carlito, what should I do?
- No problem. Steffie's with Dave now.
- 791. But Benny said...
- 792. Fuck Benny!
- 793. This is from Benny Blanco.
- 794. Send it back!
- 795. Please, you can't do this.
- 796. - Benny spends a lot of money here.
- He's a nickel-bagger. Come on.
- 797. What happened to you?
What are you acting like this for?
- 798. It doesn't make sense you should hate
this guy. This guy is you, 20 years ago.
- 799. Never me.
- 800. This is the second time
you turned me down for a drink.
- 801. - You don't like my champagne?
- It could be.
- 802. Maybe there's a mis-fucking-understanding.
- 803. - Maybe you don't remember me, my name...
- Maybe I don't give a shit.
- 804. Maybe I don't remember the last time
I blew my nose either.
- 805. Who the fuck are you,
I should remember you?
- 806. What, you think you're like me?
- 807. You ain't like me, motherfucker.
You're a punk.
- 808. I've been with made people,
- 809. Who you been with?
- 810. Chain-snatchin', jive-ass,
- 811. Why don't you get lost? Go ahead,
snatch a purse. Take a fuckin' walk.
- 812. The only problem here is
Steffie doesn't know where she belongs.
- 813. - Steffie belongs here.
- I think Steffie's makin' a big mistake!
- 814. I'll blow your fucking head off.
- 815. - I'll blow this cocksucker's head off.
- Put that fuckin' gun away!
- 816. - How does it feel?
- Go! Go!
- 817. How does it feel?
- 818. Get your fuckin' hands off me!
- 819. What the fuck is this?
- 820. Watch the floor!
- 821. We've got
a mis-fucking-communication here, man!
- 822. Hold it! Stop him here.
- 823. Okay, Benny Blanco from the Bronx.
- 824. The chick Steffie belongs to the club.
- 825. If I ever see you here again,
- 826. you die, just like that.
- 827. You're over, man.
You're fuckin' in the history books.
- 828. So you might as well kill me now, 'cause if
I ever see you again, I'm gonna kill you.
- 829. Get him out. Take him out the back.
- 830. Take him in the alley.
- 831. Dumb move, man. Dumb move.
- 832. But it's like them old reflexes comin' back.
- 833. I know what's supposed to happen now.
- 834. Benny's gotta go down.
- 835. And if I don't do it, they're gonna say,
- 836. "Carlito, he's flaky, man. Slacked-out.
- 837. "A used-to-be bad guy. Joint got to Carlito."
- 838. The street is watchin'.
She is watchin' all the time.
- 839. Hold it, hold it!
- 840. Let's put him in the trunk of the car
and drive him off the pier.
- 841. - Fuck you, man.
- It ain't that far. Down the block.
- 842. It'd be like the old days. Be fun.
- 843. - Let him go.
- 844. Let him go. Get him out of here.
- 845. Any other time, that punk
would die, but I can't do that shit no more.
- 846. Don't want to burn nobody,
even when I know I should.
- 847. That ain't me now. All I want
is to get my $75,000 and get out.
- 848. Just do it!
- 849. Tell me he's in a fuckin' coffin.
- 850. Somethin' that shouldn't have happened.
Give me your piece, Dave.
- 851. What?
- 852. Give me the fuckin' gun.
Since when are you a tough guy?
- 853. Get yourself killed.
- 854. I can take care of myself.
- 855. You think I'm some law school schmuck,
I never saw a bad guy before?
- 856. You are gonna wave that thing
at the wrong guy,
- 857. he's gonna take it from you
and bury it up your ass, guaranteed.
- 858. Now give me the gun. Come on.
- 859. I know you love me, kid,
but you gotta lighten up.
- 860. Listen,
- 861. I'm throwin' a big party
out at my summer house Saturday.
- 862. I want you to come.
Something I wanna talk to you about.
- 863. Why can't you talk to me about it here?
- 864. I'll tell you Saturday. I need visual aids.
- 865. What's the matter with you,
pushing this guy in the pool,
- 866. your fucking friends knocking down
my rented tables?
- 867. What you doing out here by yourself,
- 868. Sittin'.
- 869. You sure are weird, baby.
- 870. How come you never try to fuck me?
- 871. You got into a big beef for me,
and you ain't never laid a glove on me.
- 872. - You're Dave's girl now.
- He can't fuck me, all the coke he's doin'.
- 873. - What are you two talking about?
- 874. Speaking of fucking,
look at those fucking friends of yours.
- 875. They're a fucking embarrassment.
- 876. - Go do something. Be a hostess.
- Fuck you, asshole!
- 877. Yeah, fuck me.
- 878. Your fuckin' chick's giving you
a hand-job in front of everybody!
- 879. I got guests here, for Christ's sake!
People are eating!
- 880. - Take it easy, Dave!
- You take it easy! Got any manners?
- 881. You wanna fuck her, fuck like a normal
human being! Take her to the bedroom!
- 882. People.
- 883. Okay, Dave, what's up?
- 884. - I need you to do something for me.
- Okay, what is it?
- 885. You gotta help me spring Tony Taglialucci
from the prison barge at Riker's.
- 886. Are you crazy?
- 887. He thinks I stole $1,000,000 from him.
- 888. This is a dying man. He's nuts.
He's totally fucking paranoid.
- 889. Do you realize what you just said to me?
- 890. If I don't do it, he's going to have me killed.
It's that simple.
- 891. So that means
you're gonna have to bust into prison?
- 892. What do you think, I'm crazy?
- 893. He's gonna swim off the island.
- 894. - Gonna swim?
- 895. He's gonna drown.
- 896. Not if you and I pick him up
- 897. in that.
- 898. Tony's got a guy on the inside
who'll get him in the water.
- 899. I know these channels
like the back of my hand.
- 900. We cross Little Neck Bay
into the north corner to pick him up.
- 901. There's a buoy about 100 yards offshore.
That's where he's gonna be.
- 902. This is in and out, half-hour tops.
- 903. He's gonna jump off a barge,
- 904. swim 100 yards
- 905. to a buoy in the East River?
- 906. Impossible. It's too rough.
He's going to die.
- 907. That's his fucking problem.
There's no point in arguing.
- 908. I have to do this. I'm asking for your help.
- 909. You're a lawyer, man.
What the fuck is happenin' to you?
- 910. I don't know.
- 911. I am so fucking shook up,
I cannot see straight.
- 912. I'm in an impossible fucking situation here.
- 913. Once I get Tony on the shore
- 914. there is a distinct possibility
that he and his goombah son
- 915. have got some plans for me.
- 916. What do you mean "plans"?
What kind of plans?
- 917. How do I know he's not gonna kill me?
This guy hates my guts.
- 918. I'm in trouble. I am in fuckin' trouble here.
- 919. You are the only fucking person on earth
- 920. that I can trust.
- 921. And I'll give you $50,000 to go along.
- 922. If I go along, it ain't for the money.
- 923. Are you in?
- 924. When is this thing...
- 925. I don't know! His son's gonna call me.
Are you in?
- 926. Yeah, I'm in. All right.
- 927. Thank you.
- 928. Surprise.
- 929. I was asleep.
- 930. Can I come in?
I bought you some cheesecake.
- 931. I don't like cheesecake.
- 932. You wouldn't have buzzed me up
if you wasn't gonna let me in.
- 933. I'm saying no, Charlie.
- 934. What can I do?
- 935. What are you gonna do?
- 936. Are you gonna
- 937. bust the chain?
- 938. Chase me around the apartment?
- 939. Get me naked?
- 940. Take me on the floor?
- 941. - I'm too old for that.
- That's too bad.
- 942. If you can't get in,
- 943. you don't get in.
- 944. Where's my cheesecake?
- 945. Can I ask you a personal question?
- 946. Anything.
- 947. Did you ever kill anybody, Charlie?
- 948. I'm sorry.
- 949. Well, it's just not a simple question.
- 950. - I just can't answer it like...
- That's all right,
- 951. - you don't have to...
- There it is.
- 952. You don't have to answer.
- 953. When I was a kid in East Harlem,
- 954. the wops said,
- 955. no spics could go east of Park Avenue.
- 956. Spooks said
no 'Ricans west of Fifth Avenue.
- 957. That don't leave you
much room to maneuver.
- 958. Say you want to go to Central Park,
play with the ducks. You're shit out of luck.
- 959. So what do you do? You go anyway.
- 960. I'm up on 106th Street,
Central Park, near the lake.
- 961. I get caught by these Copiens. Right?
They surround me.
- 962. So I get my blood up, pull out my blade.
- 963. I said, "Come on!
I'll take any one of you mothers!"
- 964. They say, "No, man. We're gonna kill
your ass." Out comes the zip gun.
- 965. Homemade gun.
- 966. You pull the hook back,
catch that bullet square, ping.
- 967. Hit you in the head, man,
you got serious problems.
- 968. That was the last chase on me like that
- 969. because from then on
I carried my own piece.
- 970. Guys went down, yeah, but it ain't like,
you know, you just
- 971. decide one day, and then that's it. No.
- 972. You just do what you gotta do to survive.
- 973. Somehow, you know,
you just end up where you are.
- 974. So everybody ends up where they are.
- 975. Everybody.
- 976. Only I'm gettin' out. I'm gonna rent cars.
- 977. What are you laughing at?
- 978. Everybody laughs at that. That's a dream.
- 979. I know, I'm sorry.
- 980. Didn't you ever have a dream?
- 981. Of course I did.
- 982. The Diamond Room isn't exactly
the end of my rainbow, you know.
- 983. It's just...
- 984. I don't know.
- 985. Just sometimes I hear myself talk
- 986. about new agents and auditions,
and I'm trying to be so optimistic.
- 987. Then I think,
- 988. "Why should I be so optimistic?"
- 989. Yeah, I had a dream, Charlie
- 990. but now I'm awake.
- 991. And I hate my dream.
- 992. Maybe it's time I started thinking
about doing something else.
- 993. Maybe someplace else, too.
- 994. Seems like every day I'm finding
something new I like about Gail.
- 995. I keep workin' my points
about us gettin' out of New York
- 996. going to live in the Bahamas together,
- 997. She ain't sayin' much but
- 998. I can tell the idea is growin' on her.
- 999. Money's comin' in steady now. It won't be
much longer till I got what I need.
- 1000. This dream of mine, it's so close
- 1001. I can touch it.
- 1002. - Where you going? Wait, no.
- I'm tired.
- 1003. - I'm an old man. I need a rockin' chair.
- Come on! Please!
- 1004. Let me watch you.
I love to watch you. Go ahead.
- 1005. There it is.
- 1006. I'm sorry!
- 1007. Look at that!
- 1008. Here's a bunch of us at the Copa.
- 1009. Everybody dancin', drinkin' Dom Pérignon.
- 1010. Everything paid for by Kleinfeld.
- 1011. Won't even let you
put your hand in your pocket.
- 1012. Always sneakin' off, payin' the waiter.
- 1013. But he has that bad drinker face.
- 1014. His eyes are gettin' beadier
and beadier these days.
- 1015. Should have seen it comin'.
- 1016. Don't stop. Please don't stop.
Look at that move.
- 1017. You're gonna let this fuckin' goombah
paw your woman like that?
- 1018. They're just dancin'.
- 1019. Don't you appreciate that,
the movement, the rhythm?
- 1020. What I don't appreciate,
he's got his fucking hands all over her ass.
- 1021. He don't have his hands over her ass.
- 1022. I believe those are her hips.
- 1023. Look at the shithead.
- 1024. These wise guys think
they're so hard-assed.
- 1025. I am so sick of hoods like that
- 1026. coming into my office, my office,
- 1027. thinkin' they can push me around.
- 1028. You should tell him what you think.
Why hold somethin' like that inside?
- 1029. Why not get something like that
off your chest?
- 1030. - It's a terrible thing to carry around.
- I will.
- 1031. - I think you should.
- I will.
- 1032. See how interested he's gonna be
in your comments.
- 1033. What are you doin'?
- 1034. - Are you out of your fucking mind?
- What's that?
- 1035. - Yeah, you, wop.
- 1036. - You, spaghetti-dick.
- Wait. Okay, okay.
- 1037. - I'm talking to you. Yeah, you.
- You're talkin' to me?
- 1038. - Just ignore him. He's drunk.
- What'd he say?
- 1039. Sit down!
- 1040. - Who does he think he is?
- No problem.
- 1041. Come on. Let's have a drink.
Come on, everybody.
- 1042. - Can you believe this loser?
- Let's go back to the table.
- 1043. - People have no sense of humor.
- Let's go.
- 1044. I was just fooling around.
I'd never let anything happen.
- 1045. Carlito and me, we take care of each other.
He knows. Right, kid?
- 1046. Come on.
- 1047. You're a beautiful woman.
- 1048. You don't get seasick on boats, do you?
- 1049. - No, I don't.
- 1050. Just asking 'cause of our little boat trip
- 1051. Just drop it.
- 1052. Just tryin' to cover all the bases.
It's comin' up, you know.
- 1053. You two going somewhere?
- 1054. No big deal. Just a little boat ride.
- 1055. Why don't you just let it go?
It's dull what you're doin'.
- 1056. - What's the problem?
- It's just fuckin' dull.
- 1057. - I'm just askin' a simple question.
- No, you're not.
- 1058. - What's the matter?
- You're actin' like an asshole.
- 1059. If a guy's goin' on a boat, you wanna know
if he gets seasick. It could be important.
- 1060. What boat?
- 1061. What boat are you talking about?
- 1062. What boat, Charlie?
- 1063. If you ever talk that shit again
in front of her, I'm gonna kill you.
- 1064. What's the matter with him?
- 1065. I don't like him.
- 1066. - I didn't like him the minute I met him.
- You're just not listenin' to me.
- 1067. All right.
- 1068. So what is this boat thing?
- 1069. What is that asshole manipulating you into?
- 1070. Just helpin' him out with something,
that's all. I owe him.
- 1071. You owe him?
- 1072. He's a fucking cokehead!
- 1073. I can't believe you hang around
with that guy.
- 1074. He's sick.
- 1075. He's gonna get you killed,
or sent back to prison.
- 1076. He saved my life!
- 1077. So now you have to pay him with it?
- 1078. Jesus Christ, Charlie,
you give me this whole song and dance
- 1079. about how you're out of that shit,
but you're not.
- 1080. Song and dance? What does that mean,
"song and dance"?
- 1081. You're not.
- 1082. Where'd you get that? From what?
- 1083. - Why did you drag me into this?
- Drag you into what?
- 1084. Why did you make me believe all the crap
about Bahamas and paradise?
- 1085. I feel ridiculous!
- 1086. 'Cause you haven't changed!
- 1087. You haven't changed a bit!
- 1088. What the fuck are you tryin' to tell me?
- 1089. That my gettin' out is just some bullshit,
fantasy trip I'm layin' on you?
- 1090. Is that what you're sayin'?
How could you say that?
- 1091. How can you say that
when you know how close I am?
- 1092. How could you say those words to me?
- 1093. I gotta do this, just this one thing,
and then I'm out.
- 1094. - I owe Dave.
- You don't owe him shit!
- 1095. You think you do. That's the problem.
- 1096. - That's why nobody like you gets out.
- You're not listening.
- 1097. Everything you learned
in the neighborhood, every instinct
- 1098. won't do anything but get you killed!
- 1099. How do you know what I learned
in my neighborhood?
- 1100. This is stupid what you're saying.
- 1101. I know how this dream ends.
- 1102. It isn't in paradise.
- 1103. It ends with me carrying you
into Sutton Emergency Room
- 1104. at 3:00 a.m.
- 1105. And standing there,
- 1106. crying like an idiot
- 1107. while your shoes fill with blood and you die.
- 1108. - You won't listen to me...
- 'Cause you're bullshitting me!
- 1109. You're not listening to me!
- 1110. Charlie!
- 1111. Dave is my friend, Gail.
- 1112. I owe him.
- 1113. That's
- 1114. who I am.
- 1115. That's what I am, right or wrong.
- 1116. I can't change that!
- 1117. Whatever he wants you to do,
- 1118. don't do it.
- 1119. For me, please, don't do it.
- 1120. Please.
- 1121. Just don't do it.
- 1122. That's the last time I wipe up your blood!
- 1123. Came the big night,
and right away I didn't like it.
- 1124. Kleinfeld was coked out of his mind,
- 1125. the flaps of his nose, all red and swollen.
- 1126. Bad start, Jack.
- 1127. - What's with the extra guy?
- This is one of Tony's sons, Frankie.
- 1128. - It's Frank.
- 1129. - What is with the extra guy?
- Excuse me, is this your boat?
- 1130. Then shut the fuck up.
I thought I needed help, I brought help.
- 1131. We'll take the La Guardia side
through the Sound.
- 1132. Take the wheel when we pick up Tony.
Carlito, you help me fish him out.
- 1133. - It's Frank.
- Whatever. Cast her off.
- 1134. - What's that?
- Untie the fuckin' rope, spic! Come on!
- 1135. This guy a friend of yours?
- 1136. Yeah, he's a friend of mine.
- 1137. He's a fucking cockroach.
- 1138. All right now, take it easy.
- 1139. I see the buoy.
- 1140. You see it? Where?
- 1141. Slow. I can't see a fuckin' thing.
- 1142. - It's right there.
- Did you hear what I just said?
- 1143. Would you slow down?
You're gonna run him over.
- 1144. Where you goin'?
- 1145. Jesus, fuck, you passed him! You idiot!
- 1146. Frankie boy, hold on.
You come up on the fly deck with me.
- 1147. We can't back it up from down here.
- 1148. Up here! Come on!
- 1149. Come on, follow me. This way.
- 1150. Help!
- 1151. Over here! Come back!
- 1152. Get out of the fuckin' way!
I can't see a goddamn thing.
- 1153. Over here!
- 1154. You missed me! Over here!
- 1155. You see that light right there?
- 1156. Yeah, the light.
- 1157. Keep the bow pointed straight at that light.
- 1158. - Can you manage that?
- I got the light.
- 1159. Here!
- 1160. - Come on.
- Over here.
- 1161. Help!
- 1162. Okay, got him! Stop it!
- 1163. I got him! Stop it!
- 1164. - Hurry up!
- Okay, come on.
- 1165. Help me!
- 1166. - You got him?
- I got him.
- 1167. Take the wheel. We're starting to turn.
I got him. Tony, grab a rail!
- 1168. Help me!
- 1169. Help me.
- 1170. You tell me how it feels
- 1171. with the fuckin' eels and the fuckin' crabs
- 1172. comin' out of your fuckin' eyes!
- 1173. What the fuck you doin'?
- 1174. - Now, drown, you guinea bastard!
- Get the fuck off!
- 1175. - Oh, no!
- Help me get Frankie.
- 1176. You killed us, Dave. You killed us.
- 1177. Oh, God.
- 1178. Come on, Frankie.
- 1179. Your daddy's waitin' for ya, Frank.
- 1180. Come on!
- 1181. Take an end, for Christ's sake.
We're fallin' out of position.
- 1182. Okay, Frank, we're gonna stand you up
and say good night.
- 1183. Get him on the other side.
- 1184. One, two, three!
- 1185. There's a line you cross
you don't never come back from.
- 1186. Point of no return.
- 1187. Dave crossed it. I'm here with him.
- 1188. That means I'm goin' along for the ride,
the whole ride,
- 1189. all the way to the end of the line,
wherever that is.
- 1190. I had to do it. He never would've let me live.
- 1191. I know, you're pissed.
I'm gonna throw in another $10,000.
- 1192. I'm gonna send over the whole $60,000
in cash tomorrow. All right?
- 1193. It's gonna look like the kid tried to spring
the old man, boat flipped, they drowned.
- 1194. Maybe they got their heads split
by a scow or barge just for good measure.
- 1195. This is never gonna come back to us.
- 1196. - You ripped him off, didn't you?
- 1197. Tony T. You did take the $1,000,000,
- 1198. Yeah.
- 1199. You ain't a lawyer no more, Dave.
You're a gangster now.
- 1200. You're on the other side.
Whole new ball game.
- 1201. You can't learn about it in school,
and you can't have a late start.
- 1202. Don't worry about me.
- 1203. One more thing.
- 1204. We're even.
- 1205. - Let's get a drink.
- Say it!
- 1206. We're even.
- 1207. We're even.
- 1208. We ain't never
gonna sell these tickets,
- 1209. whackin' a boss and his kid.
- 1210. These Italians, I work with 'em, I know 'em.
- 1211. They will read this one
with their eyes closed.
- 1212. I gotta keep movin'.
- 1213. Listen to me carefully, Carlito.
- 1214. Rudy says Pachanga is complaining
about being broke;
- 1215. that he doesn't have a single dollar.
- 1216. He's also saying that you're a piece of shit,
- 1217. and that you don't have the balls
to take care of the problem,
- 1218. and he's wasted a lot of time
without making any money.
- 1219. Besides, I hear he's spying on us for
- 1220. Let me deal with Pachanga.
- 1221. He's my brother.
- 1222. He's your brother. That son of a bitch
would kill his mother for money.
- 1223. Most people will.
- 1224. See you tomorrow.
- 1225. You get old enough,
- 1226. you remember a reason
why everybody wants to whack you.
- 1227. You believe 'em all
- 1228. but you know somebody's gotta be lyin'.
- 1229. Or maybe they're all lyin'.
- 1230. When you can't see the angles no more,
you're in trouble, baby.
- 1231. You're in trouble.
- 1232. There's a Patrolman Williams
on the line.
- 1233. Put him on. Hello?
- 1234. Mr. Kleinfeld? This is Patrolman
Williams. We're down here at your garage.
- 1235. Your license plate is DK 777?
- 1236. Yeah, yeah. Is there a problem?
- 1237. Somebody tried to steal your Mercedes.
There was an accident.
- 1238. - There was an accident?
- 1239. - Is it badly damaged?
- I'm afraid so.
- 1240. I'll be right down.
- 1241. I'll be 10 minutes. Come on.
- 1242. Mr. Taglialucci says to hold that for him!
- 1243. Wait up.
- 1244. I can't talk. I have an appointment.
- 1245. You were right about Kleinfeld.
He's a bad guy.
- 1246. - Me and him are finished.
- I can't talk. I'll call you, okay?
- 1247. Slow down. What is it?
- 1248. - Am I on the outs with you? Is that it?
- 1249. That's crazy. What's wrong with you?
- 1250. I have a lot on my mind.
Can we please talk later?
- 1251. I just wanted you to know
you were right about Kleinfeld.
- 1252. - I'm sorry if you're upset.
- I gotta go.
- 1253. I've got a doctor's appointment.
- 1254. - What's the matter? You sick?
- No, I'm late.
- 1255. - We'll take a cab. What's wrong?
- No, Charlie, I'm late! I'm late!
- 1256. - You mean you...
- Not for long, okay?
- 1257. What does that mean?
- 1258. I'm not gonna have a kid
who's not gonna have a father.
- 1259. Gail, we gotta talk about this.
- 1260. - Mr. Brigante, my name is Duncan.
- Oh, my God.
- 1261. I'm here to escort you to Mr. Norwalk
in the District Attorney's office.
- 1262. I got nothin' to say to him
unless I'm under arrest.
- 1263. I've been instructed to inform you that
Mr. Norwalk has a tape he'd like to play you.
- 1264. Unless I'm under arrest, I ain't goin'
anywhere, especially without my lawyer.
- 1265. Mr. Kleinfeld took a knife in the chest
at 2:00 this afternoon.
- 1266. I advise you to come with us.
- 1267. We may be the only friends you've got.
- 1268. I'm going, too, Charlie.
- 1269. Kleinfeld's lucky to be alive.
- 1270. We're holding him at East Side Hospital.
- 1271. We want his ass healthy
when we send it upstate.
- 1272. You're sendin' him upstate?
- 1273. David Kleinfeld became a very big fish
while you were gone.
- 1274. Even bigger than you. He's dirty.
- 1275. Money laundering, jury tampering, bribery.
We've been after him for some time now.
- 1276. I don't know nothin' about that, so...
- 1277. There's a lot you don't know.
- 1278. Bill, you got no case here.
You know it and I know it.
- 1279. Chances are
you won't even get an indictment.
- 1280. Wanna try your luck?
- 1281. Look, let's not both waste our time.
You said maybe I could help myself.
- 1282. - You're not taping this, are you?
- Give me a little credit.
- 1283. All right. I thought of something
you might want.
- 1284. You get off me, I'll help you
put Carlito Brigante back inside.
- 1285. Brigante? For what?
- 1286. After he got out, he started coming
to my office and making a lot of phone calls.
- 1287. I found out he was back with Rolando Rivas,
his old partner, dealin' coke.
- 1288. And I'm talkin' serious numbers.
- 1289. Would you testify to that?
- 1290. Absolutely.
- 1291. We don't believe him.
- 1292. Word on the street is you've been clean
since you came out of prison.
- 1293. Kleinfeld's the one we're after.
- 1294. He was right. I'd never get an indictment
with what I had.
- 1295. But now, with your help
- 1296. we can put this filth away for a long time.
- 1297. We know about Tony T.
- 1298. Who's Tony T.?
- 1299. Yeah, right.
- 1300. His body popped up in the East River
yesterday, and his kid, Frankie's.
- 1301. Somebody was trying
to bust Tony out of prison.
- 1302. I don't know these people you mentioned.
I don't know them.
- 1303. Tony T. had another son
besides Frankie, Vincent.
- 1304. Seems Vincent went crazy
after those bodies popped up.
- 1305. Let it out all over the street
that Kleinfeld set up that prison break
- 1306. then killed his father and his brother.
- 1307. We aren't saying you were on that boat, too.
- 1308. But knowing your relationship
with Kleinfeld, that's a good possibility,
- 1309. don't you think, hermano?
- 1310. I don't like boats.
- 1311. All right, here's the deal.
- 1312. If you were on that boat,
and I know goddamn well you were,
- 1313. testify against Kleinfeld
for first-degree murder.
- 1314. You'll receive complete immunity and
a couple of airline tickets to the Bahamas.
- 1315. You wanna get even with Kleinfeld?
Here it is on a silver platter.
- 1316. I would love to help you, but I can't.
I don't know what you're talking about.
- 1317. I don't know these people.
I don't know what you're sayin', so...
- 1318. Let me tell you somethin',
Mr. Convicted Dope Peddler,
- 1319. if we can guess you were on that boat,
how long before the Italians figure it out?
- 1320. What if they get to Kleinfeld, twist his arm?
- 1321. You think your friend won't talk?
He won't give you up? Think again!
- 1322. You don't owe Kleinfeld nothing.
- 1323. The shyster tried to set you up.
Bury you, Jack.
- 1324. That it?
- 1325. I wanna hear from you by noon tomorrow.
- 1326. You think you're gonna sail off
into the sunset, asshole?
- 1327. Think again.
- 1328. You gotta do it.
They're giving you no choice.
- 1329. You want out, Gail, go ahead.
- 1330. You can turn around,
walk away, never look back.
- 1331. I would understand. But I got a plan.
- 1332. I got a way out of this.
Pull over here, please.
- 1333. - What's going on?
- Just wait five minutes.
- 1334. - Where are you going?
- Wait here five minutes.
- 1335. What is that?
- 1336. Tickets on an overnight train to Miami.
- 1337. Nobody's gonna look for us on the train.
- 1338. We hit Miami, we catch a plane to Nassau.
- 1339. - What about the club? Your money?
- Fuck the club.
- 1340. I already got $70,000 in a safe. My friend
in the islands can float us the rest.
- 1341. Let's do it. Let's get out of here.
- 1342. All three of us.
- 1343. We're runnin' out of time, babe.
- 1344. The dream don't come no closer by itself.
We gotta run after it now.
- 1345. I know, it's not the way I planned it either,
but it is how it is.
- 1346. I'm gonna go to the club, get my money,
and I'm goin' straight to Grand Central.
- 1347. Train leaves at 11:30 for Miami.
You're gonna be there, Gail?
- 1348. - You're gonna be there?
- I'll be there.
- 1349. I love you. I love you.
- 1350. - Just make sure you're there.
- I'll see you later.
- 1351. Train leaves in five hours,
and I'm angling like crazy in my head.
- 1352. Norwalk will blow over. He won't come out
of the country if he can't bust me here.
- 1353. But he ain't my only problem.
- 1354. Five hours left. Can I think of everything?
- 1355. Cover everybody. Tie all the shoelaces.
- 1356. Gotta listen to my instincts
- 1357. like the one tellin' me that face
and that uniform don't go together.
- 1358. Just one last piece of business.
Gotta look in Kleinfeld's eyes.
- 1359. Gotta know for sure.
- 1360. Who are you?
- 1361. - Kleinfeld is my lawyer.
- Hands on the wall.
- 1362. Go ahead.
- 1363. Relax, Dave.
- 1364. It's your pal.
- 1365. Scared the hell out of me.
- 1366. Cop's not supposed to let anybody in.
It's you, it's okay, but...
- 1367. Cops ain't gonna protect you.
- 1368. The mob is looking for you.
- 1369. I know. Where the fuck have you been?
- 1370. What do you got here?
- 1371. - Where you been?
- How do you feel?
- 1372. I'm not feeling very well.
Where the fuck have you been?
- 1373. I've been to Norwalk's office.
- 1374. I heard the tape.
- 1375. That pig.
- 1376. Never give up your friends, Dave,
no matter what.
- 1377. They doctor these things,
play 'em out of context.
- 1378. I can't believe you are such a...
- 1379. Don't fuckin' do that! Fuck you!
- 1380. What the fuck are you doing?
- 1381. Would you fuckin' put that away?
- 1382. Fuck you and your self-righteous code
of the goddamned street.
- 1383. Did it pull you out of a 30-year stint
in five years? Did it? No, I did.
- 1384. Did it get you acquitted four fucking times?
No, it didn't. I did.
- 1385. So fuck you, fuck the street.
Your whole goddamn world's this big
- 1386. and there's only one rule,
you save your own ass.
- 1387. Save your own ass.
- 1388. - Save your own ass.
- See this? It belongs here.
- 1389. Not behind a pillow.
This way you can reach for it quick.
- 1390. They come in, you ready for 'em.
- 1391. So long, Dave. You got a beautiful future.
- 1392. Quittin' time.
- 1393. - You're early.
- A few minutes. Finish your paper?
- 1394. - It's all yours.
- 1395. Be good.
- 1396. There's a delivery for you, Mr. Kleinfeld.
- 1397. - From who?
- From my father
- 1398. and my brother.
- 1399. Adiós, Counselor.
- 1400. Where the hell you been?
You know somebody tried to kill Kleinfeld?
- 1401. I heard about it. Listen, me and Gail
are goin' out of town for a couple of days.
- 1402. - You're gonna get married!
- Listen to me.
- 1403. I want you to go to Gail's house,
pick her up, drive her to Grand Central.
- 1404. I want you to wait with her there for me.
- 1405. Train leaves 11:30 sharp.
We can't miss this train, understand?
- 1406. You got me? Go ahead.
- 1407. It's me, Pete Amadesso.
- 1408. - Remember me?
- How ya doin'?
- 1409. - Good.
- What are you doin' here?
- 1410. We heard this was your joint.
Nice! Come by to say hello.
- 1411. Good to see you. How you doin'?
- 1412. - Good to see you. Yeah, long time.
- Long time.
- 1413. Sit down. Have a drink with us.
- 1414. Come on. Sit down.
- 1415. I said, "Shit, I ain't seen Carlito
in what, 15 years?"
- 1416. Fifteen. Yeah, gotta be. Sure.
- 1417. - Long time.
- Long fuckin' time.
- 1418. - Sorry. Joe Battaglia.
- My pleasure. Good to see you.
- 1419. Sonny Manzanero.
- 1420. - How ya doin'?
- Carlito Brigante.
- 1421. Me and Carlito used to push a little skag,
back in '57, '58.
- 1422. Couple of fuckin' kids.
- 1423. First time I saw this guy
I thought he was Italian!
- 1424. Look at him!
- 1425. Shit!
- 1426. Pete Amadesso walks into my club
just like that.
- 1427. Bullshit.
- 1428. There's an angle here. Pete's a made guy.
- 1429. His uncle's a heavy hitter
with the Pleasant Avenue bunch.
- 1430. What's he doin' here?
Probably Tony T. 's people sent him.
- 1431. Maybe he's watchin' me, seein' if I break.
- 1432. Waitin' for me to panic.
- 1433. They still don't know for sure
if I was on that boat.
- 1434. They think but they don't know.
- 1435. 'Cause if they knew, I'd already be dead.
- 1436. Right now, they just watchin' me.
- 1437. He was always one of us.
That was a guy. That's who he is.
- 1438. And we gotta know that.
- 1439. So anyway... So I says to the guy,
- 1440. "Tommy, Carlito ain't no fuckin' nigger.
Look at the way he dances!"
- 1441. He dances like an Italian!
- 1442. You should see him do the tarantella!
Waiter, get over here.
- 1443. Bring these guys the best champagne
we got, on the house.
- 1444. - Where you goin'? Stay with us.
- I'm a workin' man.
- 1445. Let me do what I gotta do. I'll be right back.
- 1446. Okay, buddy.
- 1447. Motherfucker!
- 1448. Fuck.
- 1449. You seen the guy?
- 1450. Saso.
- 1451. - Where's my fuckin' money?
- What you talking about?
- 1452. - Where's my money?
- I don't know.
- 1453. You heard Kleinfeld got whacked,
so you figured I was dead, too!
- 1454. - You thought you inherited my money?
- I swear...
- 1455. Where's my money?
I'll cut your fuckin' liver out!
- 1456. Okay! Okay!
- 1457. It's in the box, under the register.
I was gonna tell you.
- 1458. I want you to meet a good friend of mine.
- 1459. Vinnie Taglialucci. Carlito Brigante.
- 1460. You ever hear of Vinnie's father,
- 1461. Tony T. Yeah, he passed away recently.
Sorry about that.
- 1462. I hear your Jew lawyer met with an accident.
- 1463. I haven't seen him lately. What is this?
- 1464. I told you to bring the best out,
you bring me this cheap shit?
- 1465. Come on. Excuse me.
- 1466. - Vinnie, slow down.
- Ain't seen him lately! The lyin' fuck!
- 1467. - Seen him in the hospital!
- We'll take him outside. Sit down.
- 1468. Relax, we'll get him.
- 1469. Where the hell is he?
- 1470. - The little fuckin' spic bastard!
- Where you going, man?
- 1471. - Nobody gets back here!
- Damn it, get the fuck out of here!
- 1472. Come on, let's go. We'll get him outside.
- 1473. There he is! Come on!
- 1474. What do you want me to do?
- 1475. I can't do nothin'.
- 1476. Get the fuck off!
- 1477. Attention, ladies and gentlemen.
Final boarding on Track 17.
- 1478. All reserved on the 11:20
Amtrak Merchant's Limited.
- 1479. Train number 179
bound for Washington, D.C.,
- 1480. serving Newark, Menlo Park, Trenton,
Philadelphia, Aberdeen and Baltimore.
- 1481. All aboard!
- 1482. Get the fuck out!
- 1483. Cover the doors.
- 1484. Did you see that one? The one in the blue?
- 1485. You guys are dogs. Dogs!
- 1486. Now boarding on Track 19.
- 1487. All reserved on the 11:30 Amtrak Silver Star
bound for Tampa and Miami.
- 1488. Maybe we should wait by the train.
- 1489. Sounds good to me.
- 1490. Come on, Charlie.
- 1491. I'm goin' to the Bronx IRT uptown.
Which way I go for that?
- 1492. You'll take a right here,
shoot down the alley
- 1493. - and up the stairs. Can't miss it.
- 1494. There he is!
- 1495. Vinnie, wait up.
- 1496. He ain't up here. Let's go down. Come on.
- 1497. All right.
- 1498. Attention, ladies and gentlemen.
Now boarding on Track 12
- 1499. all reserved on the 11:45
Amtrak Senator, train number 176.
- 1500. Bound for Boston
and serving Stamford, Bridgeport,
- 1501. New London, Cambridge,
Kingston and Providence.
- 1502. Attention, ladies and gentlemen.
Last call, Track 19
- 1503. the 11:30 Amtrak Silver Star
bound for Tampa and Miami.
- 1504. All aboard!
- 1505. He's not down here.
- 1506. - We lost him.
- We didn't fuckin' lose him. He's up top.
- 1507. Did you hear me? Move!
- 1508. He's there!
- 1509. I'll kill you!
- 1510. Motherfucker! I'll kill ya!
- 1511. Stop! Police!
- 1512. The train's gonna leave! Come on, man!
- 1513. - Charlie! Come on!
- 1514. You made it!
- 1515. That's him!
- 1516. Police! Freeze!
- 1517. It's gonna be okay.
- 1518. Remember me?
- 1519. Benny Blanco from the Bronx?
- 1520. No! No! Charlie!
- 1521. Charlie. Oh, God.
- 1522. No hard feelings, Carlito.
But I got to think about my future, too.
- 1523. You know, it is that way sometimes, papi.
Come on, let's go.
- 1524. No, you stay here.
- 1525. Don't try to talk.
- 1526. We're gonna get you to a hospital.
You're gonna be okay.
- 1527. Just hold on, baby. Just hold on.
- 1528. Hold on, baby. Please, hold on.
- 1529. Take this.
- 1530. Take it and get out.
- 1531. Both of you.
- 1532. You'll be okay, Charlie.
- 1533. Don't leave me, Charlie. Not yet.
- 1534. Don't leave me, Charlie.
- 1535. Don't go.
- 1536. Please don't leave me.
- 1537. Don't go.
- 1538. You can't do this to me.
- 1539. Oh, God. Don't leave me.
- 1540. Sorry, boys,
- 1541. all the stitches in the world
can't sew me together again.
- 1542. Lay down. Lay down.
- 1543. Gonna stretch me out
in Fernandez Funeral Home on 109th Street.
- 1544. Always knew I'd make a stop there
- 1545. but a lot later
than a whole gang of people thought.
- 1546. Last of the Mo-Ricans.
- 1547. Well, maybe not the last.
- 1548. Gail's gonna be a good mum.
- 1549. New, improved Carlito Brigante.
- 1550. Hope she uses the money to get out.
- 1551. No room in this city for big hearts like hers.
- 1552. Sorry, baby.
- 1553. I tried the best I could. Honest.
- 1554. Can't come with me on this trip, though.
- 1555. Gettin' the shakes now.
- 1556. Last call for drinks. Bar's closin' down.
- 1557. Sun's out.
- 1558. Where we goin' for breakfast?
- 1559. Don't wanna go far.
- 1560. Rough night.
- 1561. Tired baby,
- 1562. tired.