In an early part of the movie, Francis Tierney, Sr. is standing in front of a paper towel dispenser in a restroom with his son, Ray Tierney. The dispenser, which is visible over Francis Tierney's right shoulder, is at first full of paper towels, then empty, then full again. The paper towels are at first sticking out of the bottom of the dispenser, then they vanish. See more...
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Carlos Bragon: Be smart. They were protecting their own, and they were burying the truth.
Ray Tierney: Don't talk to me about the truth. You got no idea what it takes to do what we do.
Sandy: We sold our shields off to the highest bidder.
Sandy: Becoming a cop, the pledge we took to uphold something honest. We let it all rot from under us. I was a good man once.
Ray Tierney: When we were kids, all we ever talked about was being cops.