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The clip bolivian negotiations Part 2 from Scarface (1980) with Al Pacino, F. Murray Abraham
Panama is risky. It costs me more.
Panama I can sell for $13,500 a key.
$13,500? What, are you nuts?
$13,500? We still got to take that shit to Florida.
Do you know what that's like these days?
You got the Navy everywhere.
You got frogmen. You got EC-2s with the satellite-tracking shit.
You got the fucking Bell 209 assault choppers up the ass.
We're losing one out of every nine loads.
That's no duckwalk anymore, let me tell you.
Forget about $13,500.
What do you suggest that is reasonable?
Excuse me. One moment.
What the fuck's the matter with you?
Are you negotiating for Frank Lopez?
Don't worry about it. Take it easy.
I'm not worried about it. You should worry about it.
If he wants to make a deal, it's up to him, not you.
We're doing this one deal. That's it.
Fuck you. How's that?
You need to open your eyes and keep your mouth shut.
That's it. Let it go at that.
Don't worry about it.
Your head's in the wrong place. You must watch out for yourself.
Why not talk to him?
You think he wants to give you the money?
Shut the fuck up.
I'm doing the talking here, not you.
You're here to watch my back. Watch my back.
Better than your front, let me tell you.
That's easier to watch.
Close your mouth.
I can't wait to see what Frank's gonna react to this one.
The clip bolivian negotiations Part 3 from Scarface (1980) with Al Pacino
Just shut up. I'm doing the talking here.
Now where were we?
You're looking for a partner, right?
Something like that.
Look, Mr. Sosa, we're getting ahead of ourselves.
I am down on Frank's authority to buy 200 keys, that's it.
That's my limit. I got no right.
Nobody got no right to negotiate...
Let the man finish, okay?
Let him propose a proposition, then we can talk more.
You got no authority here.
I started you in this business, so shut the fuck up.
Frank is gonna love it.
That's up to Frank, not you!
I'm sorry about this, Mr. Sosa.
No, it is all right.
You're right. Maybe you should talk to Frank.
I don't think it's something I want to do on an overseas phone.
But as soon as I get back to Miami, I will talk to Frank personally.
My associates can escort you to my chopper...
to take you to Santa Cruz.
I have a jet there. You'll be in Miami in five hours.
You'll be back here tomorrow in time for lunch.
Good talking to you.
Why not leave your friend here?
While you're gone, he can tell me how to run my business.
I think Frank wants to see him.
No, that's okay.
You tell Frank I'm keeping this guy on ice for him.
I guess so.
Let's finish our lunch.