The clip Emilie and Sade Walk Outside from Sade (2000)
They're being taken away!
It's the lawyer Fayet.
It's the scaffold for us all.
Don't go away.
You look troubled. Be yourself, my lord.
What you read is not this violence here.
Murder dictated by law revolts me.
It's an expression of abstract principles.
Once, in the Pike Section,
they tried to make me vote for an abomination.
I left my seat.
You had powers of life and death?
my hated in-laws, were on a purge list.
One word from me and...
I said nothing.
There's my revenge.
You believe in that?
I see in the Revolution
the underdog's revenge. To each his chance.
Except when villains gut my chateau.
But the wheel will turn again.
The State must be mobile, like its citizens.
Let's step out.
The gate is barely guarded.
We could bribe the sentry,
or drug him.
Or even kill him.
Where would we go?
The world is vast,
but no one ever thinks of fleeing.
The clip gathering-in-the-auditorium-part-2 from Lean on Me (1989) with Morgan Freeman, Karen Malina White. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Mr. Clark. Don't you remember me? Kaneesha. Kaneesha, how are you, baby? You know him? Oh, we go way back. Fifth grade. Yeah. How are things going? Ok. Just ok? Listen, you have any problems, come and see me. I'm in my office every morning at 6:00, ok? Ok. Good to see you. That was my elementary school principal.
The clip rosenberg-reports-to-mr-clarck from Lean on Me (1989) with Ethan Phillips, Morgan Freeman. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. The mayor's going to nail me, huh? What do i always say? He's got the hammer and nails himself. These are some of my white students. Frankie, bernard, steve. Boys, this is mr. Rosenberg, school attorney. Let him hear the school song. Fair eastside by thy side by thy side? We'll stand we'll stand? And always praise thy name- all right! I can't stand this. Needs work, fellas. Some things you can't teach. Bad singing isn't genetic. How's your mother? She got that job. She's feeling good. Girls, what are you doing? The phone's broken. My baby's sick. Make your call from the office. When will you girls learn? I ain't ashamed about my baby. Nobody's saying you should be ashamed. And she ain't ashamed of me. Whenever she look at me, she don't see no wrong. Ok. Go on and make your call. Mr. Vanzetti, let these girls make a call. Hey, mr. Clark. We can't let them know who told you. Why not? Mr. Clark, we got a problem. How come you leave us out? Everything's for the black kids. The gospel chorus, football, basketball