“We Don’t Live In This Courtroom”

… With all due respect your honor …

… We don’t live in this courtroom though, do we? …

Philadelphia (5/8) Movie CLIP – A Case About Homosexuality (1993) HD

Philadelphia movie clips: http://j.mp/1CNw5g6 BUY THE MOVIE: http://amzn.to/tbF71d Don’t miss the HOTTEST NEW TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u2y6pr CLIP DESCRIPTION: Joe (Denzel Washington) makes the point to the courtroom that the case is not only about AIDS, but also the public’s “hatred, loathing, and fear of homosexuals.”

“A Part Of Justice Being Done”

Joe Miller: Alright – um – are you a good lawyer, Andrew?

Andrew Beckett: I am an excellent lawyer.

Joe Miller: What makes you an excellent one?

Andrew Beckett: I love the law. I know the law. I excel at practicing.

Joe Miller: What do you love about the law, Andrew?

Andrew Beckett: I – many things. What I love the most about the law?

Joe Miller: Yeah.

Andrew Beckett: It’s that every now and again – not often, but occasionally – you get to be a part of justice being done. That really is quite a thrill when that happens.

Joe Miller: Thank you, Andrew.

Philadelphia (6/8) Movie CLIP – An Excellent Lawyer (1993) HD

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