Movie: The Tailor of Panama [2001] Movie: The Tailor of Panama [2001]

Movie: The Tailor of Panama [2001] Movie: The Tailor of Panama [2001]

Harry Pendel: Oh, yes. The lies. Very, very sorry about the lies. Louisa, I never did work in Saville Row, did I? Not as such. I learned the tailoring in prison. I burned down my Uncle Benny's warehouse to help him out. And then when I done my time, Uncle Benny, he gives me my portion, sends me out here so I can't get into trouble. I pretended he was Arthur Braifwaite. You see, lying's what we do in prison, luv. It's instead of love, really. You tell a thing the way it ought to be because that's so much better than how it is. Well, it's that bad. If you follow me.
Louisa Pendel: Why didn't you just tell me from the start?
Harry Pendel: [sobbing] Because I fell in love with you, my princess, and I knew that I wasn't good enough for you. Not as I stood.
Louisa Pendel: Harry, you are such a fool.
Sarah Pendel: [Coming downstairs] Dad, you promised to tell me a story. Where were you?
Harry Pendel: Oh, Sarah, I'm so sorry.
Sarah Pendel: No need to cry about it, Dad.
Mark Pendel: [Coming downstairs] Hi, Dad.
Sarah Pendel: Hi, Mum.
Harry Pendel: What do you want me to do?
Louisa Pendel: What do I want you to do? What you always do.
[pregnant pause]
Louisa Pendel: Make breafast.
Mark Pendel: Can we have pancakes?More Movie: The Tailor of Panama [2001] Movie: The Tailor of Panama [2001] quotes [06/18/2007 12:06:00]
Harry Pendel: Do you know what the poor call those? The Cocaine Towers. And our 85 banks? The laundrettes.More Movie: The Tailor of Panama [2001] Movie: The Tailor of Panama [2001] quotes [06/18/2007 12:06:00]
Stormont: Noriega formed these so-called Dignity Battalions. Dingbats. They were to beat the dignity out of anyone remotely critical of Noriega. It was Dr. Frankenstein, George Bush, who created this monster when he was head of the CIA. And when Noriega's drugrunning and brutality got too much, even for the CIA, it was George, now President Bush, who decided to take him out. And just to make sure, they firebombed a big chunk of the old city. Sadly, that's where the anti-Noriega rebels were. The handful that Noriega hadn't banged up already. So no more opposition, silent or otherwise. Burnt, scattered, fled.More Movie: The Tailor of Panama [2001] Movie: The Tailor of Panama [2001] quotes [06/18/2007 12:06:00]
Michelangelo 'Mickie' Abraxas: The only good men left in Panama City are you and me. That's all, you and me.More Movie: The Tailor of Panama [2001] Movie: The Tailor of Panama [2001] quotes [06/18/2007 12:06:00]
Michelangelo 'Mickie' Abraxas: Look at us. Look at us! We got everything God needed to make paradise. And what do we do? We sell each other. We sell our country. We sell it all away!More Movie: The Tailor of Panama [2001] Movie: The Tailor of Panama [2001] quotes [06/18/2007 12:06:00]

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