Night and the CityDVD - 2005
Two-bit hustler Harry Fabian aches for a life of ease and plenty. Trailed by an inglorious history of go-nowhere schemes, he stumbles upon a chance of a lifetime in the form of legendary wrestler Gregorius the Great. But there is no easy money in this underworld of shifting alliances, bottomless graft, and pummeled flesh, and soon Fabian learns the horrible price of his ambition.
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Adam Dunn: "Harry's an artist without an art." Mary Bristol: "What does that mean?" Adam Dunn: "Well, that's something that could make a man very unhappy, Mary. Groping for the right lever, the means with which to express himself." Mary Bristol: "Yes, he is that, isn't he. I like that, Adam. It's a very nice thought." Adam Dunn: "Yes, but it can be dangerous."
Harry Fabian (to Anna O'Leary, the boat lady): "...All my life, I've been running... from welfare officers... from thugs... from my father... See... there they are - there, on the bridge... I'm a dead man... Nosseross told me that... He told me that, he said: "You've got it all, but you're a dead man, Harry Fabian...". Mary said it, too. She said it, she said: "You're killing me and you're killing yourself." Oh Anna, the things I DID... the things I DID... She loved me... she's such a nice kid... She loved me... Oh, the things I DID..."
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