Witness to the Mob

Synopsis: Sammy 'The Bull' Gravano was mafiosi. He started out as a soldier, but his talent for murder, including the slayings of his best friends, his wife's brother and his own boss, Paul Castellano, saw him rise to under-boss in the Gambino crime family. However, betrayals within the family saw him break the code of silence and became the highest ranking member of the mob to turn into a rat - 'a rat in a suit,- assisting the government to finally put away the Teflon Don, John Gotti.
Genre: Crime, Drama
Director(s): Thaddeus O'Sullivan
Production: Trimark
Rotten Tomatoes:
124 min


What is that, Lou?

- Jewellery and a balaclava.

The car of a thief.

Nice catch.

Where to go?

- The workshop. We demolish him!

Stop, come back.

My car.

Leave that stuff but. What are you doing?

One thing I quickly.

If you show fear,

calculates this city with you.

Rule two:
Pick up the spoils

without much fuss.

Rule Three:
Do not open your mouth.

Unless you are at the dentist.

Only if you bring it out alive.

And I did it.

The question is:
What should I

with life in 't prospect?

Crazy. When I look back,

everything has changed. Everything.

There are a hundred guests

who want to kill me.

I see.

A coward dies a thousand times.

I die but once.

Our gang, the Rampers, was just

the reserve bank of the Cosa Nostra.

Everyone wanted to participate

in the highest division.

The question was: Who is

the first 't field in sent?

"I made him a offer he could not refuse."

- Even my grandmother mimics Brando better.

"If my son by lightning

affected, I blame you."

The best was:
"Leave the gun but are,

but take the cannoli's it."

"Fredo, you're my brother and I love you,

but once you never against the family."

Look at that moment.

I get palpitations.

Joey, join us.

- Sammy, how are you?

I'll be right back.

What are you doing out?

- We'll go drinking.

We are going to gamble?

Put Camille greetings.

The best.

- I'll see you in the "Push-Push".

You wish.

There you have it not for tools.

We go.

- Why?

Suzy 'Cream Cheese' wait.

- On a sandwich.

I must go.

- What did you do?

I got up early for school.

For beauticians.

Do you love me for a fool?

Did I say that?

- You're not a sissy?

These girls were to get eaten

and I'm the only normal guy.

What are you doing? This is much too short?

Do you see that?

I want to look like Vogue.

Shut up and let me do my job.

What did you say?

- I'm so ready.

Look what you've done.

In the five years that I come here,

I have never been treated.

Louie with his plans.

You know what you should be?

Construction Worker.

This is not a job.

- Where do you find these broads?

Those broads I do not.

- What then?

If I see her, I know.

Someone with intelligence, character.

Someone who suits me.

- You know Nicky Scibetta's sister?


- That's a girl with class.

Sometimes you have never

seen a girl standing...

But... if you r d better learn

know, it's touch.

So it was with Debra.

Could. I've never been outside

New York.

I did some traveling.

Florida, LA.

- What did you say?

I had to get out.

I wanted to be an actor.

How long have you been there?

- Two weeks.

Then it was really serious.

They said I was too small.

But I have a nice head.

They talk but what.

You also have a nice cup

and I find not too small.

Cute girl, huh?

She is the faithful type.

They will not let you down.

I told you it was a girl with

class was?

I also have one and it's serious.

- You serious? Make it equally.

Her name is Linda, she's a Jewish.

She was five o'clock this morning with me.

Then you must be tired.

- We have hacked phones.

I want to be there

d'r when you propose to your mother.

I love her.

How is she?

- Beautiful.

Lefty, Tony, how is he?

I'll see you later.

- I want that Jewish ever seen.

What kind of job?

- According to my uncle you can.

Someone 'm screwed.

- I beat it well together.

That's not enough.

This is a big job.

I'll do anything you ask.

We went for a drink with Joey Colucci.

We went home.

This would change my life.

And he wins as fifteen thousand.

- And it's still a loser too.

He always wins. I do not understand.

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Stanley Weiser

Stanley Weiser is an American screenwriter. He was born in New York City. He is a graduate of the NYU Film School. His screen credits include Wall Street and W., both directed by Oliver Stone. He also wrote the 20th Century Fox film, Project X. He is credited for creating characters in the sequel to Wall Street: Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. In addition, he served as script consultant on Oliver Stone's Nixon and Any Given Sunday. Weiser's other projects include two civil rights dramas, developed as feature films, but made for television. Murder in Mississippi, a chronicle of the 1964 Freedom Summer movement and the lives and deaths of Cheney, Schwerner, and Goodman, the three young civil rights workers who were killed by the Ku Klux Klan, which aired on NBC in 1990. It was nominated for four Emmys and won the Directors Guild of America Award for best TV movie. Freedom Song, a semi-fictional account of the early SNCC movement in Mississippi, was co-written with Phil Alden Robinson, who also directed. They shared a Writers Guild of America Award and Humanitas nomination for the 2000 TNT film. Weiser also adapted the novel, Fatherland, by Robert Harris, for HBO. It was nominated for three Golden Globe awards and Miranda Richardson won for best supporting actress in a TV or cable movie. He wrote the NBC four-hour mini-series Witness to the Mob in 1998, which was produced by Robert De Niro. He also wrote Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story, for which he received a Writers Guild of America nomination for best TV movie. As of 2012, he wrote a biopic on the life of Rod Serling, the writer and The Twilight Zone creator. Weiser began his career as a production assistant for Brian De Palma on Phantom of the Paradise, and as an assistant cameraman on the Martin Scorsese documentary, Street Scenes. He is married and lives in Santa Monica, California. He is a founding member of the West Los Angeles Shambhala Buddhist Meditation Center. more…

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