House of Games Script

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Director:David Mamet
Written by:David Mamet (Screenplay), Jonathan Katz (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A psychiatrist comes to the aid of a compulsive gambler and is led by a smooth-talking grifter into the shadowy but compelling world of stings, scams, and con men.

The Winslow Boy Script

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Director:David Mamet
Written by:David Mamet (Writer), Terence Rattigan (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Early 20th century England: while toasting his daughter Catherine's engagement, Arthur Winslow learns the royal naval academy expelled his 14-year-old son, Ronnie, for stealing five shillings. Father asks son if it is true; when the lad denies it, Arthur risks fortune, health, domestic peace, and Catherine's prospects to pursue justice.

Redbelt Script

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Director:David Mamet
Written by:David Mamet (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Is there room for principle in Los Angeles? Mike Terry teaches jujitsu and barely makes ends meet. His Brazilian wife, whose family promotes fights, wants to see Mike in the ring making money, but to him competition is degrading. A woman sideswipes Mike's car and then, after an odd sequence of events, shoots out the studio's window. Later that evening, Mike rescues an action movie star in a fistfight at a bar. In return, the actor befriends Mike, gives him a gift, offers him work on his newest film, and introduces Mike's wife to his own - the women initiate business dealings. Then, things go sour all at once, Mike's debts mount, and going into the ring may be his only option.

Edmond Script

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Director:Stuart Gordon
Written by:David Mamet (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Seemingly mild-mannered businessman Edmond Burke visits a fortuneteller and hears a remark that spurs him to leave his wife abruptly and seek what is missing from his life. Encounters with strangers and unsavory people weaken the barriers encompassing his long-suppressed rage, until Edmond explodes in violence.

About Last Night Script

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Director:Edward Zwick
Written by:Tim Kazurinsky (Writer), David Mamet (Writer)

Script Synopsis:A man and woman meet and try to have a romantic affair, despite their personal problems and the interference of their disapproving friends.

Things Change Script

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Director:David Mamet

Script Synopsis:Jerry, a misfit Mafia henchman, is assigned the low-level job of keeping an eye on Gino, a shoe repairman fingered by the Mob to confess to a murder he didn't commit. But Gino's mistaken for a Mafia boss, and the two are suddenly catapulted to the highest levels of mobster status. Only friendship will see them through this dangerous adventure alive!

We’Re No Angels Script

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Director:Neil Jordan
Written by:David Mamet (Screenplay), Albert Husson (Screenplay), Ranald MacDougall (Screenplay), Sam Spewack (Screenplay), Bella Spewack (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Two escaped cons' only prayer to escape is to pass themselves off as priests and pass by the police blockade at the border into the safety of Canada.

Homicide Script

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Director:David Mamet
Written by:David Mamet (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Bobby Gold is a career cop who is reassigned from a hunt for a cop killer to the investigation of the murder of an old Jewish woman in Baltimore, and in the process finds himself exploring his own sense of identity.

Hoffa Script

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Director:Danny DeVito
Written by:David Mamet (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A portrait of union leader James R. Hoffa, as seen through the eyes of his friend, Bobby Ciaro. The film follows Hoffa through his countless battles with the RTA and President Roosevelt.

Oleanna Script

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Director:David Mamet
Written by:David Mamet (Writer)

Script Synopsis:A two character movie, involving a college professor, John, who is confronted by a female student, Carol, who is failing his course. The two spend a long time talking to each other, during which time John says a few things that can be taken the wrong way. After the night the two spent talking, John is slapped with a sexual harassment accusation by Carol.