“The Public Eye” quotes(1992)
Plot – Leon Bernstein, aka "Bernzi", the best freelance photographer of an America struggling with the problems of the recession of the 1940s , takes pictures of everything but especially of murder victims and gangsters. He knows all the police and all the criminals and carefully maintains a neutral stance from an ethical point of view: he only takes pictures and tries in vain to sell an album of snapshots to a publisher. At a party he meets a fascinating widow, Kay Levitz, who has inherited a club from her husband, but who sees alleged members of it appear from everywhere. One especially stands out, who alludes to a mysterious collusion between him and her deceased husband. Leon promises to help her, but Portofino is found dead.
All actors – Joe Pesci, Richard Riehle, Bryan Travis Smith, Max Brooks, Richard Schiff, Laura Cerón, Chuck Gillespie, Christian Stolte, Jack Denbo, Ellen McElduff, Marge Kotlisky, Timothy Hendricksonshow all
“The Public Eye” Quotes 2 quotes
“Everybody loves to have their picture took. Everybody.”
“It doesn't matter what people say unless you believe them.”