Tommy Angelo Death Scene Comparison: Mafia 1 Remake, Mafia 2, Mafia Definitive Edition

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The speaker faced legal consequences, changed identity, started anew with family, and emphasized the importance of love and family.

Key Insights

  • The speaker had a legal case against people he had worked with for ten years.
  • The case was significant and caused shock nationwide.
  • Salieri received a life sentence, and some of his associates received the death penalty or eight years in prison.
  • The speaker spent the entire time in a closed cell at a secret location with no visitors, unable to see his family.
  • Norman helped the speaker and his family get new identities and move to another part of the U.S.
  • The speaker became a driver for a respectable company and started a new life.
  • Their peace was interrupted by war, but they managed to get through it.
  • The speaker reflects on life, stating that it is not as simple as taught in school and that luck plays a significant role.
  • Strong values are essential in all aspects of life, including marriage, crime, and war.
  • The speaker admits to making mistakes and wanting too much, which led them to be worse off than others.
  • The importance of maintaining balance in life is emphasized.
  • The speaker recalls a conversation about family being a person's greatest weakness, but also their greatest strength.
  • The speaker recounts the sacrifices made for their family and the desire to be a better person.
  • Family is described as getting us out of bed in the morning, helping us chase our dreams, and providing strength when we are tired.
  • The video ends with a message of love and assurance of safety within the family.

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Title: Everything worked out until the legal case.

I sat in my cell and wrote down the evidence I had against all the people I had worked with. People I had been friends with for ten years. The case was huge and caused a shock throughout the country.

Salieri got life. Even some of his thugs got the chair. The shortest sentence was eight years. I spent the whole time in a closed cell at a secret location, with no visitors. I didn’t see Sarah or my little girl the entire time.

In the end, it was worth it. Norman got us new identities and moved us to the other end of the U.S. I got work as a driver for a respectable company. We started a whole new life. This peace was only interrupted by the war, but we got through it.

Mr. Angelo?
Uh, yes?
Mr. Salieri sends his regards.

You know, the world isn’t run by the laws written on paper. It’s run by people. Some according to laws, others not. It depends on each individual how his world will be, how he makes it. And you also need a whole lot of luck, so that somebody else doesn’t make your life hell. And it ain’t as simple as they tell you in grade school. But it is good to have strong values and to maintain them. In marriage, in crime, in war. Always and everywhere.

I messed up. So did Polly and Sam. We wanted a better life, but in the end, we were a lot worse off than most other people. You know, I think it’s important to keep a balance in things. Yeah, balance. That’s the right word. Because the guy who wants too much risks losing absolutely everything. Of course, the guy who wants too little from life might not get anything at all.

Mr. Angelo?
Uh, yes?
Mr. Salieri sends his regards.

Mr. Angelo?
Uh, yes?
Mr. Salieri sends his regards.


Nobody’s carrying you to the doctor this time, Sam. You kill me now in the dawn, she’s never gonna stop looking for you. But you let me live. I’ll tell Salieri you’re dead. You can disappear, just like Frank. Only you’ll be smart enough to stay gone. Right?

What happened to him?
He was hiding out in Europe. But the dumb bastard started betting at the dog track. Got spotted by a friend of the family. So Salieri, he sent out a crew. And his family?
Yeah. Christ.

You can’t do it, can you? Always that little voice in the back of your head. Maybe sounds like your baby girl. Or Sarah. Always telling you not to pull that trigger. And you can’t make up your mind. It’s getting easier every time you open your fucking mouth.

We sure had some laughs, right? Remember that time? Me, you, and Polly… A long time ago, in another life, someone once told me that family is a man’s Achilles heel. His greatest weakness. Maybe he was right. Because everything I’ve done, both good and bad, I’ve done for my family. I’ve turned my back on people they thought were my friends. I’ve kept a lot of hard promises. I spent eight years totally alone. Trying to find myself. So I could come home. A better husband. A better father. A better man.

Now that I’m alone, now that I’m a lot older, and just a bit wiser, I see that family is our greatest weakness. But it’s also our greatest strength. It gets us out of bed in the morning. It lets us chase our dreams, even when they’re moving too fast to catch. It keeps us from falling over when we’re too tired to take another step.

Mr. Angelo?
Yes. Mr. Salieri sends his regards.

Tommy! It’s okay. You’re safe now. We’re all safe. Remember, that money, jobs, even best pals, will come and go. But family, family is forever.

I love you.
I love you.

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