world and lose his own soul?" This FADES into:
Sure you've got a great product, Earl.
But you have to remember what you're
watching the film.
"JUNE 17, 1972." Then: "THE WATERGATE HOTEL"
table. He is HOWARD HUNT.
Just leave it.
follows the busboy out of the room.
(checks his watch)
dollar bills to his men.
Just in case you need to buy a cop.
But don't spend it all in one place.
We're going to do McGovern's office
McCord shakes his head.
Orders from the White House, partner.
Howard ... What the hell? What're you
(off Liddy's look)
It keeps me calm. I don't like going
back into the same building four
(translates into English)
broken by a thread of silk."
a shot of speed.
Remember -- listen up! Fire team
discipline is there at all times.
Keep your radios on at all times
during the entire penetration. Check
yourselves. Phony ID's, no wallets,
no keys. We rendezvous where? The
Watergate, Room 214. When? At zero
Yawohl, mein fartenfuhrer.
(narrowing, waving his gun)
Don't start with me, Frank, I'll make
you a new asshole.
(rising past them)
Let's get the fuck out of here, shall
Anything goes wrong, head for your
homes, just sit tight -- you'll hear
from me or Howard.
Personally, I'll be calling the
President of the United States.
The FILM is ending. Bob puts a hand on Earl's shoulder.
And remember, Earl: Always look 'em in
(to the camera)
Nothing sells like sincerity.
Synopsis: Nixon is a 1995 American epic biographical film directed by Oliver Stone for Cinergi Pictures that tells the story of the political and personal life of former U.S. President Richard Nixon, played by Anthony Hopkins. The film portrays Nixon as a complex and, in many respects, admirable, though deeply flawed, person. Nixon begins with a disclaimer that the film is "an attempt to understand the truth [...] based on numerous public sources and on an incomplete historical record."