Are You Economically Viable?
Credits: Vondie Curtis-Hall
This scene is from the movie Falling Down (1993):Vondie Curtis-Hall :
7 years I've worked at this bank. I ask for a loan. A small loan. And they tell me I'm not economically viable. 7 years!
Excuse me, sir! How'd you make out? Were you economically viable? They give you a loan?
Hey! He must be economically viable! There's a man with a smile on his face! *no smile* He looks like a happy customer. That must be what an economically viable person looks like.
No? How ya doing? Thanks for stopping in. 7 years and you know what they told me? They told me I'm not economically viable!Police Officer :
Ok sir, please come with us.Vondie Curtis-Hall :
No...no...no...no. What? I'm sorry, officer, I'm just exercising my rights!Police Officer :
We'll take that, it's ok, sir, just come with us.Vondie Curtis-Hall :
Ok! You all seeing this? Here they come. It'll happen to you!
I'm going away! I'm going away, everybody! This is what happens when you are NOT economically viable!
Don't let it happen to you!
goodbye, everybody...goodbye...don't forget me...
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