The clip the barbershop from The Man Who Wasn't There (2001) with Billy Bob Thornton
Yeah, I worked in a barber shop,
But I never considered myself a barber.
I stumbled into it well, married into it, more precisely.
It wasn't my establishment. Like the fella says, I only work here.
The dump was 200 feet square...
With three chairs, or stations, as we call 'em,
Even though there are only two of us working.
But this is my point.
My point is that these traders and trappers would come to this country,
Get their pelts and their gold "ignots"
Frank Raffo, my brother-in-law, was the principal barber.
Man, could he talk.
Maybe if you're 11 or 12 years old, Frank's got an interesting point of view,
But sometimes it got on my nerves.
Not that I complained, mind you.
Like I said, he was the principal Barber.
Frank's father August they called him Guzzi
Had worked the heads up in Santa Rosa for 35 years...
Until his ticker stopped in the middle of a junior flattop.
He left the shop to Frankie free and clear,
And that seemed to satisfy all of Frank's ambitions
Cutting the hair and chewing the fat.
Me, I don't talk much.
I just cut the hair.