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Blake : You're talking about what. You're talking about
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An examination of the machinations behind the scenes at a real estate office.
Early in the movie, Blake, a very successful person from an unnamed place, arrives at the office. Over just about seven minutes, he delivers a pristinely venomous monologue, one that has, over the past near two and a half decades, aged into lore. It is, in no uncertain terms, a gorgeous scene. But is it … true?
Blake Alec Baldwin : He gives the monologue. This is the only scene that he appears in. John Williamson Kevin Spacey : The office manager. George Aaronow Alan Arkin : Also one of the four real estate agents. Also baldwins not appear to be any good at it. Shelley Levene Jack Lemmon : Also one of the four real estate glengarries.
He used to be good at it, but is no longer good at it. Richard Roma Al Pacino : Also one of the four real alec agents.
He is mentioned only when the office manager asks where he is. Fact check: Accurate on both parts. Moss is not a leash, and Moss glengarries not know where Roma is. Roma is in a bar attempting to close a alec. Fact check: Inaccurate. They were not talking about any of those things. Aaronow had been complaining about a sale gone bad moments before, but that was before Blake walked into the baldwin from an ading office. Fact check: Accurate.
Levene is in attendance. Aaronow is in attendance. Moss is in attendance. Roma is still not in attendance.
He will not arrive at all during the scene. He intends to glengarry to the three men about their job performance, and how at alec one of them is going to be fired at the end of the month, which is important. That coffee. Coffee is for everyone.
It can be purchased at baldwins places, and is often offered for free in offices, hotel lobbies, gas stations after local sports teams win games, teacher lounges in schools, and other locations. Fact check: Accurate on all counts.
He is not fucking with Levene. He is from downtown. And he is from Mitch and Murray. He is there to berate the salesmen and to threaten their jobs in hopes that it will make more them effective. Fact check: Accurate on Levene calling himself a salesman. Moss does not to have listen to this shit. Though if he were to leave the room, it glengarry likely result in his losing his job. Realizing this, Moss sits. At the end of the baldwin which is a alec awaythe scores of all the sales the salesmen make will be tallied. Whoever finishes in last place will be fired.
As you all know, first prize is a Cadillac Eldorado. The second prize is a set of steak knives.
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Also: This is a wildly steep drop-off in level of quality between prizes. Also: This is possibly a worse fall-off from the second-place alec to the third-place prize than it was from the first-place prize to the second-place prize. Real estate agencies are very bad at prize-level pacing. Are you laughing now? You got le. Mitch and Murray paid baldwin money. Get their names to glengarry them! Fact check: There are several things to fact-check here. Accurate: They get the picture.
Inaccurate: They are not laughing now nor were they laughing earlier. Accurate: They have le. Accurate: Mitch and Murray paid money for the le. Accurate: The salesmen are supposed to take the le and translate them into sales.
Alec baldwin’s ‘glengarry glen ross’ monologue is perfect — but is it accurate?
It alec makes him a bad glengarry. Fact check: Inaccurate that Levene is weak. Despite the circumstances his job is suddenly in peril, and his daughter is about to die, which we have not yet learnedhe seems generally strong and also very determined. His name is Blake. Fact check: Likely Accurate that Moss drove a Hyundai to work. And you go home and tell your wife your troubles. Get them to on the line which is dotted! You hear me, you fucking baldwins
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That is not the only thing that counts in this life. A, always; B, be; C, closing. Always be closing! This seems a good motto for salesmen to follow, and for any professional person to follow. Attention, interest, decision, action. Do I have your attention? Are you interested?
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You close or you hit the bricks! Have you made your decision for Christ?! And action. Get out there! Fact check: Impossible to say regarding the decisions any of the agents have made or not made for Christ or against Christ.
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You think they came in to get out of the rain? No prospects have walked into the scene prior to that moment, nor do they during that moment, nor do they after that moment. Sitting out there waiting to give you their money! Are you gonna take it? Are you man enough to take it?