“The Freshman” quotes(1990)
Plot – Just arrived at New York station, Clark Kellogg is robbed of all his possessions. By chance he finds the thief who, to beg his forgiveness, introduces him to his uncle Carmine Sabatini, a Mob boss. Clark wins the man's affection thanks to Sabatini's daughter Tina, then Clark finds himself involved in the traffics of the boss: this is an embarrassing situation from which, however, he will take advantage of.
All actors – Marlon Brando, Matthew Broderick, Bruno Kirby, Penelope Ann Miller, Frank Whaley, Jon Polito, Paul Benedict, Richard Gant, Kenneth Welsh, Pamela Payton-Wright, BD Wong, Maximilian Schell, Bert Parks, Tex Konig, Leonardo Cimino, Gianni Russo, Warren Davis, Vera Lockwood, Jefferson Mappin, Daniel Dion, Marnie Edwards, Doug Silberstein, James Millington, Drake Arden, David Stratton, Geraldine Quinn, Derek Mitchell, Joe Ingoldsby, Adrienne Howe, Patricia Andrews, Edward Roy, Amanda Smith, Andrew Airlie, Daniel DeSanto, Wendy Dickson, Christina Trivett, Fifi Donahue, John Cazale, Jordan-Patrick Marcantonio, David Was, Don Wasshow all
“The Freshman” Quotes 17 quotes
“Marriage is an institution. It's the bedrock of society.”
“- Tina Sabatini: Listen, you made a commitment to my father. Nobody forced you.
- Clark Kellogg: This is beyond commitment. This is like slavery. People telling me when and to whom I'm getting married.
- Tina Sabatini: You don't want to marry me?”
“- Clark Kellogg: It's a crime.
- Carmine Sabatini: Now you're speaking in generalities.”
“Without humor, what do we have?”
“My heart was pounding as I crossed the dance floor. In a few minutes I would be free or dead... or Rodolfo Lasparri of Palermo, Sicily!”
“- Clark Kellogg: You had a choice - not to turn me in.
- Dwight Armstrong: If it was your son, you would have...
- Clark Kellogg: If it was my son, I would have treated him like he was my son. If he was my step son, I would have treated him like my son.”
“I'm getting too old for this nonsense.”
“- Clark Kellogg: Sir, I don't know where this talk of marriage began, but I'm really not ready. I'd really like to sample life a little bit first.
- Carmine Sabatini: Wait. No, wait. Clark, after you get married you sample life. I mean, this is what men do.”
“- Tina Sabatini: Everybody is talking about the job you are doing. It's all over town! Larry London called my father. Said how bright you were. How gentle. How perceptive. If you weren't all those things, do you think Vic would be out this afternoon getting you a gun permit?
- Clark Kellogg: A gun permit? I don't need a gun permit!
- Tina...” (continue)(continue reading)
“There's a kind of freedom in being completely screwed... because you know things can't get any worse.”
“Everybody in this city is a victim. Welcome to New York.”