Excuse me.

- Hello Michael.

- I won't be but a moment.

I just need to check

my safety deposit box.

- Alright, Miss Jones.

- It's alright.

So I'm doing this job

in L.A., right...

I'm gonna be working

with these 2 new guys.

Some voodoo crazies from...

f*ckin' Haiti or something.

All they tell me...

is that these 2 were brothers,

twins in fact saying to me,

"Whateveryou do, don't ask them

about being brothers,"

which is exactly the wrong thing

to say to me

'cause sure as shit, the best way

to get me to do something

- is to f*ckin'...

- Why is it...

that the landscape never looks more

beautiful than when you're standing...

on the edge of a cliff?

What is it about raising the

stakes that makes the reward

so much more worthwhile?

You everfind yourself

in a position...

and wonder exactly

how it is you got there?

Life moves fast.

You never really get a chance

to get a good clear look.

That's the problem with clarity.

It usually comes too late.

oh, that is beautiful!

oh, sorry, I just...

- Didn't hearyou come in.

- I just need your signature.

oh sure.

- Was that Italy?

- No...

It was Greece.

oh, well it was beautiful.


Can I help you?

I certainly hope so. I need to

get into my safety deposit box.

- I'm sorry, but the bank is--

- Closed, I know. Um...

... but c'mon Eddie, in the time

it would take you to call

and confirm it with Michael,

I'd be in and out of your hair.

C'mon, whaddya say, Eddie?

So, have you been to all these places?



Well, I would really just love

to get out of New York.

Yeah. If you can believe it,

I've never even

been out of state.

- That's pretty pathetic, huh?

- No.

No, not really, no.

Hey you.

Hey! Sweetheart...

Are you f*cking coming or what?

Let's do it.

Are you all finished?

- Yeah, just about.

- okay.

Get down!

Get down!

- Here you go.

- Thanks.

- Judy...

- Yeah?

Would... would you like to go?

What? To Greece?

I meant...

... someday.

Ah! Ha! Ha!

I thought you were asking me

to go to Greece with you.

- oh.. ha!

- oh you're good. Ha! Ha!

Yes, Lawrence, what is it?

Uh, closing time, boss.

- We're gonna lock up now. okay?

- Fine. Fine.

I finally work up the nerve to ask her

out and I ask herto f*cking Greece!

So, Miss Jones, you got

any plans forthe weekend?

Big plans.

Stop! Drop your weapons!

Ha! Ha! Looks like the world's

all out of heros.

Everybody get the f*ck down! Now!

- Press the alarm?

- No.

- Press it!

- What?

Press the alarm.

We're not supposed to do that

until after it's all over.

- You wanna die?

- It's company policy.

You wanna know what my company policy is...

toward smartass tellers...

Judy? Huh?

Good. Get overthere! Get up!

- I pressed the alarm. It's oK!

- overthere! All of you!

overthere! Don't move! Don't

turn around you f*ck! Move!

- Whoa Seth. What the f*ck!

- What's going on, Seth?

Seth, it's Fly! What the f*ck?

Look out Seth!

- Stop!

- Look out, Seth!

Stop, you asshole!

Get up baby!

Yo dude!

- Woo!

- What's going on? What?

Got nothing on you baby!

You guys are too slow!

You got f*cking... Whoa!

Whoa whoa whoa!

F*cking perfect!

I know because I hear

your heart pounding

Drowning out all the other sounds

I'm a hustler baby

I'm a hustler baby

Creeping from the ground

And you sick

What could I think about...

on the street, just like in the real world,

it's all about who you know.

or more to the point,

who knows you. It's called

getting vouched for.

The best way to get a criminal

to vouch foryou is to earn it.

If you don't have time for

that, the next best thing...

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