Work is what's kept us happy.
ANGRY BLACK CON:
Yeah, but Doc Schwartz is sayin' you
gotta accept responsibilities. I
mean I'm proud to say I got a
HIGH ANGLE CELL:
Looking down from the ceiling. In the foreground, lying on
with wire-rimmed spectacles. On the lower bunk, also with
spot in space, is Hi.
had said, but prison ain't the easiest
place to think.
An' when they was no meat we ate
fowl. An' when they was no fowl we
ate crawdad. An' when they was no
crawdad to be foun', we ate San'.
You ate what?
We ate San'.
You ate sand?!
PAROLE BOARD ROOM
Well Boy, you done served your twenty
live ammo, we got no choice but to
return you to society.
I didn't want to hurt anyone, Sir.
Hi, we respect that.
But you're just hurtin' yourself
with this rambunctious behavior.
I know that, sir.
Now I don't know how you come down
on the incarceration question...
...whether it's for rehabilitation
Raising Arizona (1987)
Synopsis: Raising Arizona is a 1987 American crime comedy film directed, written, and produced by the Coen brothers, and starring Nicolas Cage, Holly Hunter, William Forsythe, John Goodman, Frances McDormand, and Randall "Tex" Cobb. Not a blockbuster at the time of its release, it has since achieved cult status. In a manner typical of Coen Brothers fare, the movie is replete with symbolism, visual gags, unconventional characters, flamboyant camera work, biblical references, pathos, and idiosyncratic dialogue. The film ranked 31st on the American Film Institute's 100 Years...100 Laughs list, and 45th on Bravo's "100 Funniest Movies" list.