The Godfather: Part II

I don't like your kind of people.
I don't like to see you come out
to this clean country in oily hair,

dressed up in those silk suits
and try to pass yourselves off
as decent Americans.

I'll do business with you, but the fact is
that I despise your masquerade,

the dishonest way you pose yourself
and your whole fucking family.

...we're both part of the same hypocrisy.
But never think it applies to my family.
All right, all right.
Some people have to play little games.
You play yours.

Let's say that you'll pay me
because it's in your interest.

I want your answer and the money
by noon tomorrow. One more thing.

Don't you contact me again, ever.
From now on you deal with Turnbull.
Open that door, son.

Senator, you can have my answer now
if you like.

My offer is this:
Not even the fee for the gaming licence,
which I would like you to put up.

Good afternoon, gentlemen.
Ladies! I didn't know you were out here.
- Honey, we have to go.
- Really? I'm sorry.

- It's been delightful.
- It was our pleasure.

It was wonderful talking to you.