Synopsis: Ellie DeWitt and Janis Zuckermann are admitted to the very strict FBI Training Academy. They get a hard course, in which they learn to deal with guns and to recognise crimes. They also get a physical training. It appears that Ellie is a real fighting- machine, in contrast with Janis, the great student. They have to help each other, 'cause only when they pass all the tests, they are allowed to join the FBI...
Genre: Comedy, Crime
Director(s): Daniel Goldberg
Production: Warner Home Video
Rotten Tomatoes:
90 min


Make your part of a band, boys?

We looked at the results of your test

, DeWitt.

Are good, but not exceptional.

Service in the Marines help you, but you have to understand something


Want to do some of the most important institution

defense law in the country.

We here graduates of faculties of Law, members of Phi Beta Kappa.

Guys who speak Russian,

German, Japanese.

And I will refuse some, because

are not good enough for the FBI.

According to current regulations,

Need to get a number of women

in our academy.

And I'll will give a honest chance.

But honestly,

n you how to succeed you are.

- Sorry.

- Nothing.

- Sorry.

- It's my fault.

- Sorry.

- You'll excuse me.

No, not bent.

I bend over.

- Thanks.

- For less.

- Sorry.

- Thanks, I needed that.

- Hi! What are you doing?

- Wait a minute.


I am Janis Zuckerman. What are you doing?

Ellie DeWitt.

Nice to meet you.

's Dog or pig?

It's beautiful.

Want to help you get the rest to get your luggage?

That's my bag.

Want to go for a beer,

that we know each other better?

Not. Over the course of two hours we

Constitutional Law.

- You've heard of Dr. Hupperman?

- No.

Special Prosecutor for abscissae.

He wrote two books about the Constitution.

I have two chapters and finish second.

's Only the first day.

I'll ask us too much.

- Sorry.

- Nothing.

You won! We like you.

Ask me three questions.

- Okay.

- Thanks.

- Where are you?

- New York. Unmarried. 29.

Princes alone.

Licensed in Economics from Amherst in '81.

In anthropology at Columbia in '83.

PhD in Public Affairs at Smith.

- You and me?

- Thanks.

- Where did you school?

- I've heard of it.

- Try me.

- College in Tullahoma, the evening.

You were right.

Next question.

- Do you like movies?

- Yes.

"Grapes of Wrath" by John Ford.

Favorite Author:
V.S. Naipaul.

Picture prefer:

"Conversation sf. Paul" by Caravaggio.

Rolling Stones.

Last question.

- You like the Rolling Stones?

- Last question.

're Always so by Thep?

- What?

- We'll be together 16 weeks.

I wanted to know if I will stay with

obnoxious or a normal person.

I am a normal person,

except for periods when the stress of school.

I understand. Thank you.

It was nice to meet you.

Thank you.

If the subject is armed, it can put


using only appropriate attitude.

We learn this attitude.

I need a volunteer. You!

- I!

- If you do not have anything against.

- No, no problem.

- Good.

A So, using the usual socket


FBI! You're under arrest.

Spread your legs!

Hold up your left hand.


"Ouch!" fine.

Make sure the suspect to feel pain.

Do it to give their account

he's arrested.

Observe that all the time my gun remained holstered.

Body was positioned so as to be away from the suspect weapon.

He will not agree. Would gladly kill

using your weapon.

Thank you.

- Thanks.

- Sure...

Attitude is the key.

Need to dominance situation.

Try. Those who do not look

arrest to appear.

And the suspect oppose little resistance.

Make your it all seem real.

Be careful, my friend.

I heard these girls are tough.

Especially your partner.

FBI ! You're under arrest.

Hands and face the wall.

- What did you say?

- FBI!

Can I help you with something?

I done?

Excuse me, I think you're my suspect


If your are suspect,

why have not you arrested yet?

You're under arrest.

Now are you happy?

DeWitt, you forgot to prezini.

You're an FBI agent. Next time

to do it right.

Yes, sir!

Practice more.

There's only one way to conduct an investigation in the U.S.


We have a document that sets this way.

Can you tell me how is called

this document, Mr. Graham?

Constitution, sir.

Suppose you mean

to the U.S. Constitution.

- Yes, sir.

- Thank you, Graham.

FBI is the agency

strong to defend the law of the nation.

We do not violate the Constitution ever.

The Constitution there any amendment which protects Americans

against search and apprehension for no reason? Mr. Butz!

Yes, sir. The Fourth Amendment

require a warrant.

Right. Why

needs a federal officer to issue a warrant?

Ms. DeWitt.

- Suspicious?

- What?

It's surmising that there is incriminating evidence?

- Have you read my books?

- Not yet, sir.

Sit DeWitt.

Ms. Zuckerman,

you can answer me?

Yes, sir.

Federal agencies do not issue warrants.

The Constitution requires that the warrant be obtained from

federal judge

after giving reasons.

Thank you.

DeWitt, the FBI receives

40 trainees each training program.

Last time, having completed nine of them.

31 have not failed.

For each student who becomes agent

three are sellers of encyclopedias

or working the phones,

or beauticians.

- I make myself clear?

- Yes, sir.

At my signal, you turn the

do a step,

Grasp bar and move the sit motionless.


This is useful.

At my signal,

lift chin above the bar.

- Yeah, it...

- Start!

If you can not continue your

place the mattress.

Three more.

Two more, please.

And two more.


I said "enough"!

Special Agent Bill Bilecki,

manager training program.

You have been subjected to various exercises,

to determine your level of training from day one.

Expect improve your training.

If you had a poor outcome,

we expect it to improve your lot.

If you had a good result,

Expect an even greater improvement.

Everyone who fail a significant improvement

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Len Blum

Leonard Solomon "Len" Blum (born 1951) is an award-winning Canadian screenwriter, film producer and film composer. more…

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