"The Godfather" and Crime
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This paper provides an analysis of Francis Ford Coppola's film "The Godfather," that addresses the following: crimes in the movie, their punishment, the characters as good guys or bad guys, and what the director is doing to the viewer. Included are examples of crimes committed by members of organized crime as well as by those who hold legitimate positions of power in society.
From the Paper:"There are numerous crimes in Francis Ford Coppola's film "The Godfather", a saga of organized crime that follows the Corleone family through a transfer of power from Don Godfather Corleone to his youngest son, Michael. Crimes in the film include numbers running, racketeering, bribery, prostitution, illegal gambling and murder. However, the biggest crime in the film occurs inside the world of organized crime. Disloyalty by any member of the family is tolerated under no circumstances, a crime punishable by death, as plenty of individuals who betray..."
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"The Godfather" and Crime (2008, December 01) Retrieved September 16, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/film-review/the-godfather-and-crime-120771/
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