“Internal Affairs” quotes(1990)
Plot – A Disciplinary Board investigates non-stop on living standards and current accounts of Los Angeles Police officers. Latin-American sergeant Raymond Avila has to review the young agent Van Stretch's situation, a former buddy academy now employed by Sergeant Dennis Peck. Raymond is sided by agent Amy Wallace and together they begin to patiently look for any clues. When Van is killed - he was a corrupted agent too - suspicions begin to tighten around Dennis, who has four wives, eight children and so much money. He dominates the city, he has a thousand contacts in the Mob, he blackmails and runs shady affairs, not even disdaining murders.
All actors – Richard Gere, Andy Garcia, Nancy Travis, Laurie Metcalf, Richard Bradford, William Baldwin, Michael Beach, Katherine Borowitz, Faye Grant, John Kapelos, Xander Berkeley, John Capodiceshow all
“Internal Affairs” Quotes 4 quotes
“What Oakes said about your fellow officers respecting and honoring you is, as you probably know, complete crap. Most of the cops hate our guts. To the extent that they credit us with having any. They think we're climbers who went into I.A.D. for the promotions, which is true, not that we necessarily get them. So, they're polite because they're...” (continue) (continue reading)
“You know all your friends from the force? You don't have them anymore.”