- Does I has to tip him?
- Well, being you're my baby brother,
why don't we just say that the
drinks are two bucks, all inclusive.
Thanks. Thanks. Hey, y'all lucky
to get a bartender at all.
The niggers are all
movin' to Philadelphia.
- Why's that? - 'Cause they hear
there ain't no work in Philadelphia.
- I don't get it.
- Honey, you never get jokes.
Tunker, don't be so loud
this close to the bar.
- Oh, he didn't hear me.
- You better be careful.
She'll have you out there
apologizin' to him.
- Nothin'. It was just somethin' stupid,
that's all. - I'd like to know.
Some young policeman
threw our maid out of Oak Park.
right there, and he was extremely rude.
and he had him come out and apologize.
Well, what were you doing sending
your maid into that park anyway?
Tunker, she was takin'
care of the children.
But you shouldn't have the poor fellow come
out and apologize to a nigger, Miriam.
That's plain old wrong.
Tunker, it's not like she was parading
for heaven's sakes.
And you know,
I did grow up with a maid,
and I've had them all my life, and I know
what's right and I know what's wrong.
And I will not have my judgment impugned
by some wet-behind-the-ears patrolman...
or by you.
Oh, hi, Liz.
How are you?
She's a hellcat, Norman.
Bring me a dream
Make him the cutest
that I've ever seen
My world was a bubble
when I was seven.
outside our front door,
and I would have been
Long Walk Home (1990)
Synopsis: The Long Walk Home is a 1990 film starring Sissy Spacek and Whoopi Goldberg, and directed by Richard Pearce.