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Al Caruso, John Gresco and Jack Amoruso are three gangsters working for the Genovese family. However, their efforts are more than headache-inducing, and when they are given one last chance: To protect the boss's aunt, she is accidentally killed and the three men are sentenced to death. They come up with a plan to sell the boss to the police and the FBI. However, Al suffers from short-term memory loss and has to be told the story by John and Jack. Written by
Aldo says to Giovanni: "be positive, don't always look at "the dark side of the moon"". In the original version all the sentence is in italian with the exception of the quote of the album by Pink Floyd even if at the time of the movie the british band has still yet to born. See more »
What was on your agenda today? I can't remember.
We had to kill "Frankie Rubber Butt".
[opens a locker]
*This* Frankie Rubber Butt? The one who steals the betting money? Oh, shut up!
[slams the locker]
The arsehole who sold seven of our men to the FBI?
[holds up a photo of Frank Contropelo]
Or was it this one?
That's him, boss.
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A friend of mine warned me about watching this movie. He told me that he had never reached the end of it. Now i can understand why. The first "serious" movie of the Italian trio is a true disappointment. I cannot believe how bad this movies is, simply because it's almost totally based on an endless dialogue among them. There's nothing special in it and i am not surprised by the fact that it received, to say the least, mixed reviews at his debut. I am sure most of the people at the cinemas wanted to leave before the ending of this mess. After the first two movies, this one will not encouraging anyone to see their next one.
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