Boardwalk Empire – Gyp Rossetti prays in Church

Boardwalk Empire – Gyp Rossetti prays in Church


I just need to get this said with all due respect you’ve put me down in this game i didn’t ask for that not even a handshake make me want things things i can see that I can almost touch then you take ’em away not for me everyone else but not me I’m what? A mistake you made? Like some leftovers? and i’m supposed to go through my life No friendship No love til I’m pissing in my bed Coughing up blood on the sheets, then I’ll know right? Then it’ll all be clear Put in front of me take it away; why would you do that?! Just to screw with me?! What kind of sick fuck thinks that way?! I’m supposed to trust you. based on the treatment so far what are you up to? I’m here, I’m listenin’ I’m ready for any kind of explanation are you alright I’m prayin’ You’re yelling Can I ask you something? of course Where does god keep the rest of it?

100 thoughts on “Boardwalk Empire – Gyp Rossetti prays in Church

  1. You got it all wrong, him and Joe will wipe out Rothstein and make an attemp on Nucky that hopefully gets Margaret shot instead.

  2. Stop trolling – the "cinematics" of this scene are fantastic – let's see you direct a better film than Scorsese – go away!

  3. Really powerful scene, if you didn't watch the show, one would think the beating of the priest and money comment a bit silly possibly, but the insecurity of his char and sense of entitlement directs everything he does, and this was all about Gyp breaking it off with Christ, as if he wasn't already enough of a sociopath.

  4. yehh but there is too much of mrs. thompson and not enough mafia at times. They need to keep the focus. I don't mind Mrs. T as long as her plot is good but it really wasn't this season

  5. Wheres god keep the rest of it.. I should of done this when i was 15/16 and refused to get confirmed bc i realized a few yrs earlier it was all bullshit

  6. random question, but does anyone possibly know what kind ties Gyp Rosetti wears? they are obviously very untraditional, but i like them!

  7. He causes his sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous. Matthew 5:45

  8. It is Satan who has been running the church since the beginning.
    The meek do NOT inherit the earth. Fact of a matter is, in thsi world the sharks eat the sardines.

    I can relate to Rosetti's frustration. And the anger he expresses himself trough is deserved by the hypocrites in full recompense. Its not that Rosetti does not believe in God, he just doesn't like him very much. Can you blame him? ''Look, but don't touch… touch, but don't taste…taste, but don't swallow'' Hes a fucking sadist!

  9. He did not threaten Jesus for the idiot who said that.. He's just trying to understand his logic. Gyp Rossetti in my opinion is fueled with a dark past we can never learn about now.. I wish they write a book or do a show or movie based on that character. It would be so compelling. My fav scene in the entire show next to chalky whites epic monologue with the kkk member…

  10. Boardwalk Empire Season 3 was one of the best Seasons of all Shows that i have seen in the last Years. (NOT THE BEST!!!! BEFORE EVERYBODY GETS CRAZY AND NAMES THEIR BEST ONES)

    Bobby Cannavale deserves at least an Emmy and Golden Globe Nomination as best supporting actor!

    Everything else would be preposterous.

  11. people of the time didn't know any better than to go to church to attempt to sort out their problems.
    as for satan, i'm not sure how you befriend something imaginary, i thought only children did that.

  12. Dude, your taking my comment a little too literally…..I was not being serious that he worships the devil and shit like that…I just said it b/c of the kind of person he is..

  13. I have questioned myself exactly like this many times, Gyp's scene was eerie to me beacuse it is true. So fuck religion, its bullshit.

  14. You cut it too soon. The part right after when Gyp is shown standing in the middle of the church and shouts something of the lines of "ALL OF IT"

    It just completes this scene.

  15. This scene was essential. He's a sociopath describing his sense of entitlement, lack of friendship and inability to love. Well-acted. Fantastic 

  16. Sometimes I feel like a sick fuck because I don't think I've ever understood a fictional character and his motivations better than I have Gyp.

  17. We are supposed to love you.
    We are supposed to pray to you. And we are supposed worship you…. And still you say nothing…. And you do nothing…. All you do is take…

  18. Gyp's next scene was the one that made me laugh the most. He pleads with Joe The Boss not to kill him using the fact that it was Easter Sunday as one of the reasons not to do it. All the while ignoring the fact that only hours earlier he'd beat fuck out of a priest and then robbed him. In Church. On Easter Sunday.

  19. Robert Cannavale (born May 3, 1970) is an American actor known for various film, television, and stage roles, including starring roles in Third Watch, Boardwalk Empire, Vinyl, Will & Grace, and Mr. Robot.

    Cannavale had a recurring role on the NBC comedy series Will & Grace as Will Truman's long-term boyfriend Officer Vincent "Vince" D'Angelo, for which he won the 2005 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series; and portrayed Gyp Rosetti during the third season of the HBO drama series Boardwalk Empire, for which he won the 2013 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.

    In 2016, he starred in the HBO drama series Vinyl, produced by Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger.

    In 2017, he joined the cast of the USA Network drama series Mr. Robot during its third season.

    For his roles in Mauritius and The Motherfucker with the Hat, Cannavale was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play and the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play, respectively.

    He has appeared in The Station Agent (2003), Shall We Dance? (2004), Snakes on a Plane (2006), The Other Guys (2010), Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine (2013), Chef (2014), the remake of Annie (2014), Paul Feig's Spy (2015), Ant-Man (2015), Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017), and I, Tonya (2017).

  20. A man who gave no friendship (he abuses his men, treats them with disdain, even was willing to leave Tonino behind when harrow attacks them later on) wonders why he has no friendship in his life.

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