Wednesday, June 04, 2008

"Attica! Attica!"

Weekly Bulletin of The Socialist Party of Great Britain (49)

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    Kara said...

    Just a side note - did you know that film took place in Park Slope?

    Darren said...

    I do remember reading that somewhere.

    The still is from that scene in the film where onlookers start cheering Al Pacino when he shouts "Attica! Attica!" over and over again at the police.

    That couldn't happen nowadays, of course. The Park Slope strollers would have no sympathy for Pacino;s plight and would start complaining to the police that the bank robbery is interfering with their ability to get to the Tea Lounge for their mid-morning Sumatra (Takengon) Dark Roast coffee.