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A Deeper Look into The Godfather
Journalism & Communication
Pages 3 (753 words)
When one hear the word Mafia,he might imagine well-dressed men who are sophisticated enough to be suspected as criminals.The Mafia is usually equated to organized crimes where money enters the bank accounts of members by the millions.
This is the picture that The Godfather clearly illustrates. The lives of seemingly model citizens who gain wealth, power and fame through good works but are somehow exposed to be people who are simply hiding behind facades of well-respected families, giving to charities and even the church. The film spells out lives that one might just imagine to happen in movies and not in reality. Still, digging deeper beyond what is seen, people are able to see that sometimes there are just things that happen that may seem impossible but are agonizingly true like the realities that are exposed in the aforementioned movie. The Godfather is the story of a little boy whose family was murdered during the troubled times of Corleone, a town in Italy, during the early 1900’s. The boy was helped by a family to migrate to New York and he changed his family name, embracing his town’s name as his own. He then grew up to be a hard-working man who was always kind-heated and understanding to the poor and women but he was extremely indignant to abusive citizens most especially with his countrymen. He seldom asked questions but he was very observant and therefore was more insightful than he appeared to be. Probably affected by what he witnessed as a boy, with his mother killed in his presence, the young Corleone easily killed his first victim, a fellow Italian who was looting the illegal Italian immigrants. ...
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