The clip lunch-with-bob-diamond from Defending Your Life (1991) with Albert Brooks, Albert Brooks. Powered ...
The clip lunch-with-bob-diamond from Defending Your Life (1991) with Albert Brooks, Albert Brooks. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
We have about 400,000 residents here.
We service half of the US's dead. About 2,500 people a day.
Do children come here?
Children don't have to defend themselves.
When a child is taken, they automatically move forward.
Isn't that nice?
Too much trouble. They go elsewhere. We tried, but they damaged the tupas.
How is your chicken?
- What are you eating? - You wouldn't like this.
What does it taste like?
You're curious, aren't you? I like that.
- Want to try? - Yeah. Looks so weird.
- Oh, my God! - Like horseshit, huh?
As you get smarter, you manipulate your senses.
This tastes different to me than to you.
This is what smart people eat?
So talk to me. Tell me about your life.
You feel you had any problems?
Sure. I had some problems.
Everybody has problems, don't they?
Everybody on Earth.
Did you give a lot to charity?
A lot of money. Did you donate things?
This isn't a good or a bad thing. I'm merely curious.
I'm sure I could have given more.
I gave a lot to street people, but you never get a receipt.
How much do you have to give? What's the total?
There was one person you were really cheap with.
Over and over again. I wish you'd been more generous with him.