A Evaluation Of Aaron Sorkin’s Film About Facebook And Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg was played by Jesse Eisenberg in The Social Network. Eduardo Saverin: Interrupting Sean’s not a part of this company. Mark Zuckerberg:..and we’re in a hundred and sixty colleges, including five in Europe. Eduardo Saverin: Getting offended I’m aware of that! Mark Zuckerberg: We want more programmers, and we want more cash, and he’s set up the Thiel meeting.\n\nEduardo Saverin: Offended again I’M IN BIG APPLE, USING SUBWAYS 14 HOURS A DAY, TRYING TO FIND ADVERTISERS!! Mark Zuckerberg: Yeah, and how’s it going up to now?! Eduardo Saverin: You scared me. I would like you to knock. Eduardo Saverin: I did, and I believed that was incredibly normal habits.\n\nEduardo Saverin: I was single after I set up the page. Eduardo Saverin: It’s somewhat embarrassing, so you need to take it as a sign of trust that I’d let you know that. You didn’t change it so you would screw those Silicon Valley sluts every time you got to see Mark.\n\nEduardo Saverin: It is not even remotely true, and I can promise you that the Silicon Valley sluts don’t care what anyone’s relationship status is on Facebook. Eduardo Saverin: I had to get your attention, Mark. Mark Zuckerberg: speaking frantically, nearly hysterical Without money, the positioning can’t operate.\n\nEduardo Saverin: You issued 24 million new shares of stock?! Mark Zuckerberg: Checking in to see how it’s stepping into Bosnia. Eduardo Saverin: In the verge of tears You set me up. Eduardo Saverin: This is gonna be like I’m not a part of Facebook. Sean Parker: It won’t be like you’re not a part of Facebook.