Andrew Beckett: [to Joe in his office]
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The night before it was due I worked on the compliant in my...

Philadelphia 1993
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Andrew Beckett:
[to Joe in his office]
"I misplaced an important compliant" that's their story my side of the story is: the night before it was due I worked on the compliant in my office and I left a copy of it on my desk, the next day the compliant vanished no hard copy, all traces of it mysteriously gone from my computer, miraculously a copy was located at the last minute and we got it to court on time but the next day I was summoned to a meeting with the managing partners who were waiting for me in the conference room

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I left a copy of it on my desk.
The next day
the complaint vanished.
No hard copy.
All traces of it mysteriously
gone from my computer.
Miraculously, a copy of the complaint
was located at the last minute...
and we got it to court on time.
But the next day I was summoned to
a meeting with the managing partners.
They were waiting for me
in the conference room.
Oh, hello, Andy. Uh, come on in.
Would you mind hitting the windows?
Yeah. Thanks. Hey, come on in.
Come on in.
Robert, Charles,
Walter. Hey, Lydia.
- Thanks for coming in.
- Oh, of course.
Now, Andy, before we begin...
I'd just like to say that
everyone in this room is your friend.
I know that, Charles.
More than your friend. Family.
Charles, I must apologize again for
the Highline mishap yesterday. That...
That was some scary
moment around here.
Wow, thank God the... The complaint
was found and no damage was done.
This time. What about next time?
There won't be a next time.
I guarantee it.
Yeah, it's just that
something's come
over you lately,
Andy. I don't know...
Some kind of stupor or a fogginess.
Some people think you have
an attitude problem, Beckett.
Really?

Clip duration: 104 seconds
Views: 53
Uploaded: 12 December, 2020
Genres: drama
Summary: When a man with HIV is fired by his law firm because of his condition, he hires a homophobic small time lawyer as the only willing advocate for a wrongful dismissal suit.


Actors

Andrew Beckett - Tom Hanks