Bob Saginowski finds himself at the center of a robbery gone awry and entwined in an investigation that digs deep into the neighborhood's past where friends, families, and foes all work together to make a living - no matter the cost.

Bob: There are some sins that you commit that you can't come back from, you know, no matter how hard you try. You just can't. It's like the devil is waiting for your body to quit. Because he knows, he knows that he already owns your soul. And then I think maybe there's no devil. You die... and God, he says, Nah, nah you can't come in. You have to leave now. You have to leave and go away and you have to be alone. You have to be alone forever.
Detective Torres: They never see you coming; do they Bob?
Bob: Go out for a dinner still dressed like you're in your living room. You wear those big, you wear those big hippity hoppity clown shoes and you speak to women terribly. You treat them despicably. You hurt harmless dogs that can't even defend themselves. I'm tired of you man. I'm tired of you, you embarrass me. You know we would've kept coming back. That's what he would've done. People like this they take something from you, and you let them, they just act like they can keep coming back and you still owe them something and they never, never change. You can never change their mind.
Nadia: You just... I mean, you just fucking shot him.
Bob: Yes, I did. Absolutely. He was gonna hurt our dog.
Bob: Are you doing something desperate? Something we can't clean up this time?
[from trailer]
Cousin Marv: I had something once. I was respected. I was FEARED.
Bob: I shot him in the face, twice. Then I wrapped his head in a towel, and I stabbed him in the chest in his heart, so he would bleed out, and I put him in my bathtub and watched him drain. Then I put him in an oil tank with laundry detergent and lye, and I sealed it back up.
Cousin Marv: [to Bob] It's like you're wrapping a piece of meat. Like you've done it a thousand times.
Cousin Marv: "Find my money." If we knew where their money was, it would mean we knew who robbed us. Which would mean we were in on it, which means they'd shoot us in the face. These fucking Chechnyans.
Bob: Chechens, Marv.
Cousin Marv: What?
Bob: They're Chechens. They're from Chechnya, but you call them Chechens.
Cousin Marv: Yeah, they're from Chechnya.
Bob: Yeah, I said that. You don't call people from Ireland Irelandians, do you?
[last lines]
Nadia: Let me go and get my jacket.
Bob: Yeah? Sure, great. Great.
Bob: Yeah, Marv thought he was a tough guy. We had a crew once. Back in the day, when we was young, we made a little money but it was never, you know... So a mean crew rolls into town, and, you know... we flinched. That's it. End of the crew.
Nadia: But you're still in the life.
Bob: Me?
Nadia: Yeah.
Bob: No. No. No, no, no. No, I just tend the bar.
Bob: [on looking after his new puppy] I mean, it's a huge responsibility, right?
Cousin Marv: Well, it's a dog. It's not like some long lost retarded relative shows up at your door in a wheelchair and a colostomy bag hanging out of his ass. Says "I'm yours now. Take care of me." It's not that. It's a dog.
Bob: He was gonna kill our dog.
Bob: Listen here pal, you can't come walking into people's lives and...
Eric Deeds: Listen to me. That is life. That's what it is. People, like me, coming along where you're not looking.
Eric Deeds: I killed Richie Whelan, all right?
Bob: Sure you did.
[shoots Eric Deeds]
Bob: Some fuckin' day, Marv.
Cousin Marv: Yeah, some fuckin' day!
Bob: It's my dog. You beat him.
Eric Deeds: I'll tell the cops you did it.
Bob: What do you want?
Eric Deeds: It's kinda sunny, right?
Eric Deeds: [takes one of Bob's umbrellas and observes it] But you never know, I guess.

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