Arturo Ui is the leader of a protection racket gang in Chicago and
START: ROMA: (standing still) Arturo, if I hadn’t the kind of faith you’ve just described I’d sometimes find it hard to look my men in the face. We’ve got to act. And quickly. Giri is cooking up some dirty work.
END: ROMA: I knew it Arturo. This was how it had to be decided. Say, the two of us! Say, you and me! Like in the good old days. (To his men) What did I tell you, boys? He gives us the green light.
UI: I’ll be there.
ROMA: At eleven.
ROMA: At the garage. I’m a new man. At last we’ll see some fight!
Brecht, Bertolt. The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui. Methuen Publishing, 2002, pp.70-74.
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