Wednesday, October 20, 2004

Sonny & Antonin

CUT TO: Sonny goes out into the driveway to see the FBI guys. The Mazurka ends.
SONNY:
Eh -- what's this -- Get outta here; it's a private party, go on!
(then, to FBI man in car)
What's is it? Hey, it's my sister's wedding
(then, he spits after being shown a badge. He turns and walks away)
Goddamn FBI don't respect nothing [jazz music begins to play from party]
(then, to photographer)
Eh, come here; come here; come here; come here, come here; come here; come here...
(then smashes camera, which Paulie kicks, and flips cash to him) [music ends]

Judge Antonin Scalia is quite devoted to Coppola's work.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What? You're equating a federal agent trespassing on a private wedding with an obnoxious photographer at a panel discussion at a semi-public event? (Semi-public because any one can join the foundation, and then get a ticket to the event, whereas only respected Italian-Americans received tickets to Connie's wedding) Plus you're slandering a dead man (Sonny Corleone) by equating his behavior with Justice Scalia. Scalia's "respect" for Puzo's masterpiece doesn't magically elevate his behavior to that of a Corleone.

4:32 PM  

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