戲如人生/人生如戲?

在哥普拉的電影《教父續集》中,Frank Pentangeli「出賣」Michael不成,Michael派出軍師Tom Hagen探望Frank,兩人有以下的一段對話:

Tom Hagen: When a plot against the Emperor failed… the plotters were always given a chance… to let their families keep their fortunes. Right?

Frank Pentangeli: Yeah, but only the rich guys, Tom. The little guys got knocked off and all their estates went to the Emperors. Unless they went home and killed themselves, then nothing happened. And the families… the families were taken care of.

Tom Hagen: That was a good break. A nice deal.

Frank Pentangeli: Yeah… They went home… and sat in a hot bath… opened up their veins… and bled to death… and sometimes they had a little party before they did it.

(取自imdb.com網站)

以此對比九鐵事件,竟然以「握手示好,兩人留任」(上右圖,撮自無線電視新聞)的方式荒謬落幕,這也真夠諷刺的--確是:此一時,彼一時也。

不過,觀乎廖秀冬曾蔭權的談話,似乎還有後著...這場戲,應該不會這麼快落幕。

7 Responses to “戲如人生/人生如戲?”


  • using Internet Explorer Internet Explorer 6.0 on Windows Windows XP

    黎文熹旋即呈辭了,這套鬧劇還有下文,且看這班自以為是的高層有何下場。

  • using Mozilla Firefox Mozilla Firefox 1.5.0.1 on Windows Windows XP

    槍打出頭鳥,黎啟憲被炒,黎文熹美其名要為下屬錯誤負責也辭職了,田北辰及特首吹噓的問責制如此體現,有趣!
    特首話要整頓紀律,九鐵咁快有回應,難得的高效率,唔知政府自己有冇咁高的效率?

  • using Mozilla Firefox Mozilla Firefox 1.5.0.1 on Windows Windows XP

    嘿,現時的發展,也很符合《教父續集》中那段對話啊!

  • using Mozilla Firefox Mozilla Firefox 1.5.0.1 on Windows Windows XP

    真巧,我也是《教父》的超級粉絲,

    不過我覺得用《教父》來作比喻,還真是抬舉了田黎二人呢!

    (我是個港聞版的記者,近來被「九鐵兵變」死纏着,不過又覺得很有趣,我想明年的香港的所有工商管理課程,也會加入這次兵變事件做教材)

    又,alex君,我超欣賞你的blog呢!

  • using Mozilla Firefox Mozilla Firefox 1.5.0.1 on Windows Windows 98

    我想起來了,後來Frank 自殺了事。

  • using Mozilla Firefox Mozilla Firefox 1.5.0.1 on Windows Windows XP

    唉,星期三下午看到兩人握手時,第一個反應是:嘩,搞政變失敗可以全身而退,真著數,於是即刻想到《教父》內的情節,慨嘆此一時彼一時也。

    不過一到周四,事件又完全不同了,嘿!

  • using Internet Explorer Internet Explorer 6.0 on Windows Windows NT 4.0

    So, this is what Donald means by “strong governance”! The whole thing, in my view, amounts only to an exploitation of public sentiment, in particular people’s negative perception about the fault-ridden KCRC and its high-paid managerial staff, to serve political ends.
    Of course, we have to give credit to our CE and his aides working at the War Room for their accurate assessment of the community pulse. How could one resist siding against those staging a coup. How could a company afford to have enemies from within?!
    And we should not forget to compliment Mr Tien for his craftsmanship in claiming the moral high ground of being “Westernized”, of promoting “transparency” and “accountability”. What exactly does he mean by these values and how he intends to carry them out remain, of course, unsaid.
    Neither side has my sympathy. But I have to say I’m a bit concerned when I heard people say, “打工仔都係吾好槁甘多野”.

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