Visible crew/equipment: In the firefight scene, when Rocco and the brothers walk out of the house and see Il Duce, crew members are visible in the sunglasses. The most prominent example is in the head-on shot of the three men with Rocco in the middle. A man in a red jacket holding the camera is visible along with a half-dozen other crew members. Several of the shots between the timestamps have crew members' reflections visible in the glasses. (01:17:45 - 01:18:15)
Conner and Murphy MacManus, along with Rocco, break into "Pappa Joe" Yakavetta's home to kill him. They are captured and Pappa Joe kills Rocco. Agent Schmecker dresses as a prostitute and also shows up. The "Duke" realizes that Conner and Murphy are his sons. During the Yakavetta trial, along with the help of Detective Greenley, Agent Schmecker, and Dectective Alapopscalious, the "Saints" enter the court bulding and execute Pappa Joe to reveal their exsistence to the world. Very good movie.
Connor: Jeez! It's a fuckin' six-shooter. Fuck!
Murphy: There's nine bodies, genius.
Connor: What the fuck were you gonna do, laugh the last three to death, Funny-Man?
Question: What is the idea/situation behind the whole scene at the beginning of the film where the two 'Saints' walk up to the alter?
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