Boogie El Aceitoso

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Year:
2009
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First I was in Vietnam.

We moved

through real tunnels of vegetation.

I slept in putrid waters.

I have sprayed

entire villages in Vietnam.

I was in Laos, Cambodia,

Ethiopia, Namibia.

I have shot black rebels

in South Africa.

And I also saw

hundreds of comrades die.

All my life I have prepared

for combat.

I trained very hard,

I became expert

on the most various weapons.

We used to know what to stick to:

there was an enemy.

You could go and work as a mercenary

and when you came back,

the Reds were there waiting for you.

Now they swear they are

no longer our enemies.

We should destroy them!

I enjoyed shooting badly fed

and worst trained soldiers;

having bad beer and beans;

hell, under development

and backwardness.

I was in El Salvador, Nicaragua,

Iraq, in the Gulf War.

I've been in every fucking war

in the Third World.

You can change the scenery,

you can change the jungle,

but luckily...

there's always gonna be someone

you can hit hard.

You got ten dollars?

I'm sure you got ten dollars left.

Come on, just ten

dollars to buy books.

What for?

To study.

Don't wanna turn in to a criminal.

They got an answer for everything.

I won't encourage your laziness,

but I'll give you thirty dollars

if you help me out.

Yes sure, sir.

I know you and your friends

destroy and burn stores, right?

Yes, yes sir.

You only have to kick... that door.

Get your dollars ready, sir.

Why do I bother to create

sources of income for the poor?

I got something for you too.

Damn it,

I'm turning into a sentimental fool.

You're very pretty,

you look incredible.

As always, Marcia.

Boogie... may I sit here?

I enjoy talking to you.

You're different,

not like the others.

You don't care what people think

or if you hurt somebody,

you just do what you want,

when you want and that's it.

You say what you think.

I haven't seen Sonny for a week.

Whenever he returns from a trip

I'm nervous.

I wonder if I like him.

Be honest, do I look pretty?

This new make-up suit me?

And this dress and shoes?

Your eyes resemble

those of a batrachian.

I've never seen such a toad-like face.

I didn't notice it before cause

I was shocked at your obesity.

In just a week

you've turned into a barrel.

Your legs resemble

those of a pachyderm.

But nothing can be compared

with your breath.

Shit! It stinks

like the sewers of Saigon.

Listen, Marcia, don't get upset,

you wanted the truth.

Thanks, nobody's ever been so honest.

It's okay.

I got a job to do for Sonny.

Marcia, your favorite.

Lewis Reegan reporting for

"War and Family".

Another day

in the Sonny Calabria trial,

the alleged capo,

il capi di tutti capi.

He's suspected of

being responsible for80%...

of the criminal activity in the city,

and for the massacre carried out

three months ago.

Maybe he's getting near the end.

This court adjourns

until Monday at 8 am,

when the prosecutor will have to present

his mysterious witness.

Not a minute later.

Does anyone know

where the witness is?

No, nobody.

You know how important it is

that it remains that way.

You won't get away this time, Calabria.

Once the jury has heard the evidence,

you'll be in deep water.

dead, castrated, dismembered,

and sold as dog food!

Damn it! Threes months

without being able...

to open this silly briefcase.

Have you fixed the judge?

He's incorruptible.

And the prosecutor?

He works for Russia.

What if the witness

doesn't get to testify?

The judge will have no choice

but to dismiss the case.

I want you to eliminate that traitor.

You know who can do the job.

Hello, Mr. McCoy.

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