We weren't six blocks from here when
it come over the radio.
cigar and camera.
I killed him. To get the pictures.
You're casting a shadow.
waist-band of its suit trousers.
Second one this week.
Who'd this guy work for, Bernzy?
lugging a press camera.
I think Farinelli. But he's not
lookin' his best tonight... Could
you move his hat closer?
His hat. The hat. People like to see
a dead guy's hat.
The flashbulb fires.
EXT. ALLEY - NIGHT
tiny, battered typewriter.)
of a flashbulb-fills the window.
in the air, lays them face down on the trunk floor, and stamps
The Public Eye (1992)
Synopsis: The Public Eye is a 1992 Universal Studios neo-noir film produced by Sue Baden-Powell and written and directed by Howard Franklin, starring Joe Pesci and Barbara Hershey. Stanley Tucci and Richard Schiff appear in supporting roles. The film is loosely based on New York Daily News photographer Arthur "Weegee" Fellig, and some of the photos in the film were taken by Fellig.