The Glengarry Glen Ross speech


Alec Baldwin’s speech from Glengarry Glen Ross, based on David Mamet’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play.  Ironically, Baldwin’s speech was not in the original play.  The speech, in Mamet’s bombastic, vulgar way, is a ferocious examination of masculinity, business, capitalism, fear, and power.

Since this is a David Mamet screenplay, it’s NSFW.  Obviously.

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