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The clip hacking from Sneakers (1992) with Jo Marr, Gary Hershberger 46-99402. Transfer to 53-01138. What'd we just do? The Republican Party made a generous donation to the Black Panthers. Farm out. Right arm. Who's next? Let's see. Ohh! Richard Nixon's personal checking account is in here. Ooh, this is a challenge. Marty, we have to find somebody truly worthy to give his money to. How about... The National Association to Legalize Marijuana. Perfect. How much should he give? He's a generous man. I'd say, all he's got. God, I'm hungry! Marty... you are sure we will not get into trouble for this? Cosmo, trust me. Posit: The phone company has too much money. Oh, good one. Consequence? Uhh, they're corrupt. Result? The system perpetuates itself at the expense of the people. Conclusion? Ma Bell needs to donate some money. We're gonna change the world. I just wish we could get course credit for this. Gosh! You gotta eat. You want some food? Loser goes. I never lose. Oh! Pepperoni pizza, please, shaken, not stirred. Power to the people, Cos. Power to the people, Marty. One cannot trust anybody these days.
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The clip hacking Part 2 from Sneakers (1992) with Gary Hershberger, Jo Marr No, don't do this. Marty! Marty! Marty! Marty!
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The clip job debrief from Sneakers (1992) with Robert Redford Help me out? Spare a quarter? Help me out. The government's taken away my home. Talk to him. Well, if it isn't Robin Hood. I could've joined the N.S.A., but they found out my parents were married. Ha! Hey, hey, we're all friends here, right? Easy, easy. Want some coffee or something? No. Buddy, is that Janek's file? Yeah, Janek's file. This is a mathematician named Dr. Gunter Janek. Works at a think tank called the Coolidge Institute. Specializes in large number theory, prime numbers, factoring. Cryptography. Very good. Last month, the good doctor gets a grant, $380,000. Way out of profile for a guy like that. It's our job to be curious, so we traced the money. Guess where it comes from? I know you're not gonna say Russia. Yeah. Give me a break. We won, they lost, you know? It's been in a couple of papers. Yeah, we still spy on them. They still spy on us. We intercepted a fax last week. Here. Making some kind of box, a little black box. The project's called Setec Astronomy. We don't know what Setec stands for. Security technology- Sensor techniques, who knows? It may be nothing or it may be something. And we need to know. Your job is to find that little black box. Let us take a look at it. Yeah. No way. Sorry, Marty. We don't have a lot of choice here. Do it yourself. We can't. By law, we're not allowed or equipped to do this kind of operation. Then get the F.B.I. Yeah, right, the F.B.I. The F.B.I. can't work for us without approval from a congressional committee.
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The clip job debrief Part 2 from Sneakers (1992) with Robert Redford We don't have the time. So, why me? Frankly, because we- Yeah, frankly. Marty, sit down, please. Frankly, because it's kind of illegal. You've stayed underground more than 20 years. You know how not to get caught. We know you can keep your mouth shut. Job pays $175,000, payable on delivery. You can distribute it among the poor, if you like. Pass. We also clean up your record. Quash the outstanding warrant for your arrest. Your pal, Cosmo, got 12 years. That was without flight to evade prosecution. We all know what happened to him in there. If I say no? Don't say no. What good would you do anybody in prison?
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The clip martin's job from Sneakers (1992) with Robert Redford, Hanyee 80 thousand, 90 thousand, 100 thousand. Okay. May I ask why you're closing your account with us today, sir? Well, I just had this weird feeling that my money wasn't safe here anymore. Gentlemen, your communication lines are vulnerable. Fire exits need to be monitored. Your rent-a-cops are a tad under trained. Outside of that, everything seems to be just fine. You'll be getting our full report in a few days. But first, who's got my check? So, people hire you to break into their places... to make sure no one can break into their places? It's a living. Not a very good one. Thank you. Is that him? Oh, yeah, that's him.
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The clip opening credits from Sneakers (1992)
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The clip liz from Sneakers (1992) with Mary McDonnell, Robert Redford Who's this? Sort of an old friend. Practice! Practice, practice! Hi. We're not getting back together. Did I say anything? You will. I'm here on business, Liz. Bishop, you don't have a business, you have a club. It's a boy's club. You have a little clubhouse, you probably have a secret handshake. Liz, I need your help. I will not be dragged back into your world. I have a new group of gifted children, and I like the fact they're under 30. Excuse me. There's a mathematician named Gunter Janek. You know him? I've read him. Now go away. He's giving a master lecture at 3:30- How nice for him. I thought I'd buy you dinner after. I am not going out with you. This isn't a date, dummy. This is a scientific exploration, a tutorial. I need you... to explain it to me. Read a book. They found me, Liz.
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The clip liz Part 2 from Sneakers (1992) with Robert Redford, Mary McDonnell The government found me. They offered me a deal. If I take their offer... they clear my record and I can get my name back. You and I are not getting back together. Hey, don't flatter yourself. Pick me up at 3:00. Yes!
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The clip breaking into the bank from Sneakers (1992) with Sidney Poitier, Robert Redford Martin. Martin. Martin. It's time. How're we doing? Carl's in position on the fire escape. Mother's in the cable vault. Whistler, he's reading. We're up. What's with the lobby? Still just the one guy. Okay, Mother, try the ones coming off the blue trunk. Nope. Try the ones coming off the white trunk, Mother. These don't sound right. Oh, no. We've even got photos of the guy leaving the embassy... through the back service entrance. Hey, Crease, you on? Yeah, I'm on. Were you still in C.I.A. in '72? Yeah, why? Did you know the deputy director of Planning... was in Managua, Nicaragua, the day before the earthquake? Now, what are you saying? The C.I.A. caused the Managua earthquake? Well, I can't prove it, but- I can't talk to that guy. Hold on, Mother. Go back one. Bingo! Securing bridge clips. Preparing to sever master alarm circuit. Five, four- I looked in that box just now. There wasn't anything there. I know how you feel. Do you?
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The clip breaking into the bank Part 2 from Sneakers (1992) with Sidney Poitier, Robert Redford Nice bank? You wouldn't believe what I had to do to get a safe deposit box. Agh! Oh, shit. We're gettin' too old for this.
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The clip breaking into the bank Part 3 from Sneakers (1992) with Robert Redford, River Phoenix Westguard security. Yeah, I got a fire at Centurion Bank. Yeah, we got the alarm. Are there any secondary indications? Smoke or flame? Smm Ahh, no. It's probably a false alarm. We've been getting them in your area all night. See if it resets. Oh, man, I don't know. Sure you know which one to cut? Yes! The alarm's always the green one. Good, Carl. Hey, man, I'm not waitin' any longer. I'm callin' the fire- Oh. It, uh, stopped. Sorry. Hey, no problem. And, son? Sir? Good work. Thank you, sir. All yours, Bish. So, how much do you want?
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The clip the team from Sneakers (1992) with Robert Redford, Dan Aykroyd Who's got the report for the bank sneak? I'm gonna type it up later. You are? We haven't paid the typist since January, so it's either me or Whistler. Better Whistler. We've got customers. Shoes? Expensive. Look busy, guys. Mr. Bishop. Dick Gordon. Hi. Buddy Wallace. Hi. We've heard great things about you. They're all true. Thanks, Carl. Gentlemen, let's go to the conference room. You can tell us how we can help. Good. Okay. Thank you. So here, uh- Before we begin... there's something we'd like to clear up. Most firms of this type are staffed with ex-law enforcement types. But your team, it's, uh- I know, kinda different. Yes, you are. Darren Roskow, also known as "Mother. " Eighteen months at Dannemora for breaking and entering. Yeah, he was framed. But he's got the best hands in the business. Carl Arbogast, age 19. Caught breaking into the Oakland School District computer to change his grades. I know. We're the ones who caught him. Irwin Emery, also known as "Whistler. " He had some little problem with the phone company. Sixty-two counts? Okay, you want law enforcement? How about Donald Crease? Twenty-two year veteran of the C.I.A. Terminated, 1987. Why was that? I don't know. I think a personality conflict. Who are you guys? Relax, Marty. We have to check on these things. It's just everybody on your team has had some sort of problem in their past. And then there's Martin Bishop. He doesn't seem to have a past.
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The clip the team Part 2 from Sneakers (1992) with Robert Redford, Timothy Busfield Sorry to waste your time, gentlemen. I don't work for the government. We know. National Security Agency. Oh, you're the guys I hear breathing on the other end of my phone. No, that's the F.B.I. We're not chartered for domestic surveillance. Oh, I see. You just overthrow governments, set up friendly dictators. No, that's the C.I.A. We protect government communications, try to break the other fellow's codes. We're the good guys, Marty. Gee, I can't tell you what a relief that is, Dick. All right, that's enough. Let's go. If you change your mind... call us at this number... Mr. Brice.
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The clip the team are in from Sneakers (1992) with Sidney Poitier, Robert Redford I don't believe this. You lied to us all these years. Even lied to us about your name. Sorry, okay? I'm sorry, but when you're wanted by the feds, you don't go telling everybody. We're not everybody, Martin, we're your partners. You tell us. Fine. Exactly why was it you had to leave the C.I.A.? We all have our little secrets, don't we? Look, you guys have a decision to make. This is not a test. The penetration is live, the target is unaware. Sneaking a foreign intelligence service that might kill us is not what we do. The probable level of security is very low. But if you guys don't want to take that chance just to keep me out of jail... fine, I understand, don't do it. Well, Bish, I can't speak for the other guys, but I'm in it for the money. I don't care if you go to jail. Me neither. I'm in. Uh, could we maybe just go back to the "they might kill us" part? If I thought that was likely, I wouldn't bring this to you. But there is a risk. It pays $175,000! I'm in. You guys'll be chalk outlines without me. All right, what do we need? Okay. We start with a very light surveillance. Level three. First sign of baby-sitters, we back off. Now, this guy's giving a lecture tomorrow at U.C. In the afternoon. I'm gonna be there and check him out. Okay? Any questions? Okay, let's do it. For the lecture, you wanna take Whistler or do you want me? Uh, no, that's okay, I thought I'd ask Liz.
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The clip the lecture from Sneakers (1992) with Robert Redford, Mary McDonnell While the number field sieve is the best method currently known... there exists an intriguing possibility for a far more elegant approach. This guy's good. Shh. ...over the rationals, and hence contained in a single cyclotomic field. Using the Artin map, we might induce homomorphisms- You seeing anybody? Shh. These maps could then be used to combine splitting information from all the Zs. This isn't just about large number theory. It's about cryptography. Oh? You mean codes? I mean unbreakable codes. It would be a breakthrough of Gaussian proportions... and allow us to acquire... the solution in a dramatically more efficient manner. Are you seeing anyb- Shh. Such an approach is purely theoretical. So far, no one has been able... to accomplish such constructions... yet.
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The clip greg from Sneakers (1992) with Mary McDonnell, Robert Redford The numbers are so unbelievably big... all the computers in the world could not break them down. But maybe, just maybe... there's a shortcut. I'll bet you anything he's found it. If he has, you're in over your head. I'll get my coat. Numbers themselves may be our best tools. May be able to see things in other numbers that we can't. Martin. Uh. Martin, how wonderful to see you. Hi, Greg. How are you? Is it not fabulous? Today I can in public come and learn your scientists' new secrets. Alas, I did not understand one bit of what he was talking about. At least I, I Oh! Goodness, can it be? Hmm? Oh, yeah. Elizabeth! She's dying to talk to you too, Greg. Excuse me. Elizabeth. Elizabeth. Hello, Greg. Elizabeth and Martin. My heart leaps like gazelle to see you back together again. Tell it to stop leaping. We are not back together. No? Oh, what a pity. Wait. I have smashing idea. Martin! Martin! Kiev String Quartet plays at the consulate on Thursday night. You will be my guests. I wouldn't know how to repay you. Heh, heh. Martin, now that our countries are such good friends... perhaps you will finally be able to do occasional favor for me? Gregor, you are shameless. See you Thursday night. What? Ah, new title. Cultural attache. Unbelievable! Last few years has been very confusing for people in my line of work. I'll bet. I don't care what anybody says about the new world order. I don't trust that guy. Who, Greg? He's harmless.
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