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Analyze That (Movie)
December 6, 2002
Nearing the completion of his sentence in Sing Sing prison, Paul Vitti's life is threatened by assassins while incarcerated. He fakes insanity and starts singing showtunes from West Side Story. This draws the attention of Ben Sobel, who organises Vitti to be released into his custody, convinced he really needs help. But shortly after, Ben discovers Vitti's insanity is a ploy to get out of jail, which Vitti reveals. Needing some therapy himself after his father's death, a grieving Sobel talks Vitti into finding a regular job. Vitti attempts to find a legitimate job (he tries his hand at a car dealership, a jewelry store and a restaurant), but to no avail.
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