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《Una vita in gioco (TV Movie 1991)》

《Una vita in gioco (TV Movie 1991)》

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Al Pacino,Robert De Niro,Val Kilmer
David Leitch 
" Tybalt lunges at Benvolio, slashing his eye, and he feud is fueled again.Other Capulets and Montagues are summoned o the fighting by the ringing of church bells.The arrival of the governor or Prince of Verona (Robert Stephens) and his men is signalled by a fanfare of trumpets.Detail
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《《Una vita in gioco (TV Movie 1991)》》Storyline
Their brief, bloody crime spree (involving kidnapping and murders) ended on May 23, 1934 alongside state Highway 154 near Arcadia, Louisiana (the town nearest to the ambush site in north-central Louisiana), when the desperados were ambushed and killed by four Texas lawmen (led by Texas Ranger Frank Hamer), accompanied by Bienville Parish Sheriff Henderson Jordan and his deputy Prentiss Oakley." At the front of the train, Johnnie is eyed with a demeaning, humiliating look from Annabelle and her brother.A passing cop named Detective Tom Lone (Benjamin Bratt) stopped his car, believing she was committing suicide, and rushed up the stairs to her apartment to help save her life - and then learned that she was only saving someone else""s cat.It is a major urning point for each of them.[The scene is repeated within its proper context later in the film].Three organized crime mobsters are in a white-top car cruising down a freeway.An inter-title notes the location and time:New York, 1970:Henry Hill (Ray Liotta) - the driverJimmy Conway (Robert DeNiro) - in the passenger""s seatTommy DeVito (Joe Pesci) - in the back seatA thumping sound forces them to pull over into a grassy area and investigate - they open the trunk." In the middle of the meeting, he runs to the window at the sound of fire engines"" sirens, exclaiming: "Gee, hat was a pip!" He demands that they make the opera pay or close it down: "If it""s losing that much money, there must be something wrong.