Tom Hanks, Denzel Washington, Jason Robards, Mary Steenburgen, Antonio Banderas, Joanne Woodward
His romantic partner Miguel Alvarez tells lawyer Andrew Beckett, "Don’t worry." (0:16)
Law firm partner Charles Wheeler tells Andy, "It’s just that something’s come over you lately Andy, I don’t know: some kind of stupor or fogginess." (0:26)
Joe reads: "The Federal Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973 prohibits discrimination against otherwise qualified handicapped persons..."
Andy: ”... AIDS is protected as a handicap under the law...” (0:38)
Joe tells the others, "Don’t worry, guys." (0:40)
Wheeler asks the others, referring to Andy, "What deviant groups or organizations does he secretly belong to?" (0:41)
His sister Jill tells Andy, "To be honest, I’m worried about Mommy and Daddy." (0:45)
Joe tells the jury, referring to Andy’s firm, "Point number four: They panicked, and in their panic they did what most of us would like to do with AIDS..." (0:47)
Defense attorney Belinda Conine tells the jury, referring to Andy, "In his anger, his rage, he is lashing out..." (0:49)
Sign: "AIDS cures homosexuality."
Demonstrator: ”Homophobia’s got to go.” (0:52)
Andy’s secretary Iris O’Hara, on the witness stand: "We were going crazy looking for this complaint." (1:01)
Joe addresses the court: "... So let’s talk about what this case is really all about, the general public’s hatred, our loathing, our fear of homosexuals..." (1:06)
Joe, examining witness Walter Kenton: "So, during these long voyages,... hundreds of hardworking, robust young me in the prime of their lives, at the peak of their natural appetites and desires, their God-given hormonal instincts, anything going on?" (1:07)
Andy tells Miguel, referring to his nurse, "Nurse Ratched."
Andy: ”Can we just skip the treatment for tonight.”
Miguel: ”We are not skipping this treatment.”
Andy: ”It’s my arm, and it’s my treatment...”
”You are worried we don’t have very much time left, aren’t you?” (1:10)
Roger asks the others, "What do you call a woman who has PMS and ESP at the same time?" (1:28)
Conine asks Andy, on the witness stand,"Did your doctor ever tell you to reduce stress, that long hours and stressful working conditions might damage the immune system and speed up your illness?"
Andy: ”My doctor mentioned the impact stress could have on the immune system.” (1:30)
Jury foreman, addressing the court: "For mental anguish and humiliation, we award $100,000." (1:46)
Andy’s mother Sarah tells Andy’s brother, "Don’t worry, Randy."
”Don’t worry about it.” (1:53)
Wake for Andy (1:56)