The Freshman (1990)
Bruno Kirby: Victor Ray
Victor Ray : [hands Clark a fake passport] Is that a piece of work or what?
Clark Kellogg : What is this? "Rodolfo Lasparri"?
Victor Ray : Clark, I gotta tell you. The odds are pretty good we're all gonna be on a plane to Palermo, Sicily tonight, at midnight, *if* we're still walking.
Clark Kellogg : I don't want to go to Palermo, Sicily!
Victor Ray : Have you ever been there?
Clark Kellogg : No, of course not!
Victor Ray : Then you really can't make an informed judgement, can you, Rodolfo?
Victor Ray : What? You know how big this is? Bacio di tutti baci... the kiss of all kisses.
Victor Ray : Kid, here in New York we have three distinct social classes. A. People who make a billion dollars a day and get laid in some tower every night. B. People who live in Times Square and eat Yankee Doodles on the sidewalk. And C. Guys like me. Guys who I like to call the glue in society. We go - fugetaboutit, all hell's gonna break lose.
Clark Kellogg : Do you know, that picture on the wall back there, that wouldn't by any chance be Mussolini?
Carmine Sabatini : It ain't Tony Bennett.
Carmine Sabatini : Some of the other members of the club, just, eh, I don't know, they keep it up there for sentiment.
Clark Kellogg : Sentiment?
Victor Ray : Yeah, you know, the old days.
Carmine Sabatini : Yeah, it's for the old days, for good or for bad. It would be like for you, I suppose, a picture of the The Beatles.
Victor Ray : Yeah, The Beatles.
Clark Kellogg : They're actually before my time.
Carmine Sabatini : Well, whatever works.
Victor Ray : Did my Uncle bring you up to date?
Clark Kellogg : Yeah, we're all going to be killed - by Greenwald and Simpson. They're part of the Vannelli family who are working out of South Amboy.
Victor Ray : Well, that's stretching it a little, Clark. There's a *chance* we'll all be killed - its not like a lock.