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danielpquinn | Newark, NJ
Coppola managed to escape all the “mafia” movies cranked out by Hollywood to a more tragic level alla Goldoni or Pirandello.
Still noble and haunting of a tragic family caught in the vise of organized crime.
It always had a double edge as real and surreal, nostalgic and ghastly.
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