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predicate.
Good news is if they
had what they needed
We'd be having this
conversation through glass.
I gotta go.
Girls, let's do
the tea now.
Pour a little
for Jamie too.
- Bobby, finally!
- Hey, Bobby.
Daddy!
Frankie, where are you?
Welcome to the chop shop,
Cugine.
You can't kill
me twice, Sally boy.
I'm already fucking
dead, remember?
I'm the boss, Michael.
What you had belongs to me.
Even the girl I loved?
What's mine is mine.
What's yours is mine.
( Grunts )
Well...
This is mine too, Sally.
Now you can have it.
- Vaffancul'.
- ( screams )
Fuck Ben Kingsley.
Danny Baldwin took him
to fucking acting school.
Very well directed, Morgan.
I Think there's potentially
more money in this than in
the porn we've done.
So what do we think?
We need the extra scene or not?
I like it the way it is.
I don't know, Rissy,
these audiences today love blood.
I tend to agree with Carlo.
I'm thinking
one more sexy kill.
When Michael follows
Centrella to the strip club,
What if he chops up one
of the women?
Carmine: who as fate
would have it,
Was at one time
Sally boy's mistress.
Two extra shoot days,
at a minimum.
- Kid, if it buys us a bullshit
theatrical release--
- ( cell phone buzzing )
I'm gonna have to get
more money from Tony.
I want this fucking thing
out there.
Yeah, T, what's up?
You talked to the guy
with the air mattresses?
I'm in editing. We just
saw the cut of "cleaver."
- And?
- Awesome as is.
The lawyer called, though.
We might have to change
the title.
The Eldridge Cleaver estate,
they with an injunction.
Listen, if you wanna see
some of it, we're finishing
the ADR after lunch.
- What's that again?
- Sound dubbing.
Just call this dispatcher.
It's a holiday weekend.
Thousands of people will
be out at the beach.
I'm on it.
- He coming down?
- Please.
He don't give two shits
about production.
It's a little boring,
I gotta say.
I mean, that was
surising to me.
Mr. Sacrimoni,
how are you today?
Isn't that for you
to tell me?
I wish I had
better news.
Based on the latest pictures,
The cancer has continued to
metastasize from the lungs.
We now show masses
in the mediastinal
lymph nodes,
Both kidneys
and the brain.
The headaches.
So the...
Lobectomy, radiation,
The goddamn chemo,
What was all that?
( Coughs ) for kicks?
Those were our options
at the time.
And now what are
our options?
Limited to the extent
that I wouldn't
recommend any.
At this point, we're looking
at stage four small cell
carcinoma of the lungs.
- And there's no stage five.
- That's correct.
How long?
Difficult to say.
- I have seen miracles
over the years.
- Forget the miracles.
Three months.
Give or take.
Thank you
for your candor.
We have a plane
back to Springfield.
How you doing, John?
It's funny--
ironic-- whichever.
I got here.
I quit smoking
after 38 years,
Exercised, ate right.
And for what?
Even still,
It was the right move.
( Man on television
speaks indistinctly )
( Men shouting )
Oh, there she is, my girl.
How are you, sweetie?
- Hey, dad.
- Hi.
What did Rosen say?
- How's the hotel?
You all settled in?
- It's fine.
- How are you, angel?
You look beautiful.
- I'm good.
- Eric sends his love.
- That's nice.
John, what about Rosen?
I don't know. I...
I don't know, sweetie.
- I'm very very sick.
- Oh my god.
( Crying )
All right, don't cry.
Don't cry. You don't
have to make it any harder
than it is, all right?
No physical contact,
please.
- I Love you, John.
- I Love you, too.
- Daddy.
- I Know. I Know.
Ladies, no contact.
All right.
You come back,
you see me again tomorrow.
We have more time, huh?
Could I bum one of those?
It's casual, though, right?
It's your cousin's movie
premiere. We should
dress accordingly.
It's what they call
a cast-and-crew screening.
It's in the city, Tony,
With an after-party
at some rooftop bar
In the meat-packing district.
That place is
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