Scent of a Woman | “I’ll Show You Out of Order!”



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In his Academy Award winning role, Lt. Col. Frank Slade (Al Pacino) defends Charlie in a passionate speech that questions what truly makes a Baird man.

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Al Pacino won his first Best Actor Oscar® for his brilliant portrayal of an overbearing, blind retired Lieutenant Colonel who hires a young guardian (Chris O’Donnell), to assist him. It’s a heart-wrenching and heartwarming tale of opposites attracting when they embark on a wild weekend trip that will change the lives of both men forever.

© 1992 Universal City Studios, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Cast: Al Pacino, Chris O’Donnell, Gabrielle Anwar, Philip Seymour Hoffman, James Rebhorn, Bradley Whitford, Frances Conroy
Directed and Produced by: Martin Brest
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32 Comments
  1. This seems to be the transition where Pacino went from the cool, calm, collected mature voice of reason, to the loud-gum -chewing,-arrogant-"shesgotagreatass" voice of reason.

  2. I hated Trask. He was evil. All he was doing was whining about his precious car and his reputation. He just wanted to get revenge on Charlie and George and he didn't care what happened to them. So glad Pacino shut him up!

    RIP to the great James Rebhorn. One of our finest character actors.

  3. This monologue was enough for that long time due Oscar

  4. Superb speech go Al 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

  5. I am too old , I too tired , I am too fucking blind … goosebumps

  6. Fúçķéñ Á! Ya damn right!

  7. Not everyone deserves a blue ribbon for participation ya hear?!

  8. Nowdays the corrupt school would acomplish what this director wanted.

  9. fucking hell I listened to every word Al pacino said what a fucking actor.

  10. My second favourite Al Pacino monologue: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_b7bgtu2O4E The man is so gifted.

  11. I pride myself that Pacino is born at our time.

  12. A terrible move I cannot believe Pacino agreed to do.

  13. The raspy ocelot alternately wobble because request conspicuously wriggle following a disturbed quit. taboo, cute animal

  14. Super Grandmaster of acting Mr Al Pacino!!

  15. My favourite scene in this movie.

  16. Al Pacino: One of the greatest actors of the last fifty years! 👏👏👏👏👏

  17. The role of Michael Corleone was masterful. Since then however I'm not sure why he thinks he needs to be loud and abrasive in every character he has played.

  18. I will never sell anybody to buy my future.

    I live by those words.

    And I've lost count of the number of sharp objects planted in my back.

  19. The tight drug obviously boast because china certainly slip through a shy captain. vulgar, kindly nurse

  20. Still getting the chills.

  21. Cancel culture disliked this, but they are the minority.

  22. "I always knew what the right path was. Without exception, I knew. But I never took it. You know why? It was TOO DAMN HARD!"

  23. Reminds one of the Charlie Chaplin speach.

  24. Jesus Christ this man is a master

  25. Never saw this movie but I remember thinking when he won the Oscar for this part at first I thought the Academy was just being nice because he was looked over for such epic performances like Serpico Dog Day Afternoon hell I'll even throw Scarface in there but just watching this one scene I can certainly understand why Pacino is simply a master at his art

  26. This one single monologue deserves all the Oscars Hollywood doled out that year.

  27. One of the best scenes of cinema

  28. "and Harry, Jimmy, Trent wherever you are out there. Fuck you too" the delivery of that line is top class.

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