Swann (2012) states that Cultural value of The Godfather trilogy begins in its depiction of the American Dream and effectively American culture. James Truslow Adams illustrates the American Dream in his book, Epic of America, as a “Vision and fantasy of a land-living in which lifecycle should be improved and more well-off and filled for all nobleman, with opportunities and chances for everyone according to their ability, skills or achievement” (Swann, 2012).The Godfather was based in the late 1940's in New York City. The story was concerning the Corleone family, which was headed by Vito Corleone. He had four sons, older son named Santino, also known as Sunny. After that son was Fredo and the youngest son was Michael which was in the military at the beginning of the movie and afterward stepped up to be the head of the family business (Swann, 2012). Lastly, there was the adopted son Tom.Vito too had a daughter, Connie who went during the pain of the family business and she was not even concerned in it.According to Cuizon, (2008) The Godfather was a sort of confusing, yet extremely entertaining movie in which the godfather, who was Vito Corleone, listens to needs and requests from other people. Sollozo propels some of his people to kill the godfather, and after he was shot, it was not identified whether he was alive or dead. Sonny, the eldest son in the Corleone family, go on with the family business, they send Michael to slay both Sollozo and his bodyguard. Later than he does this, Michael flee and goes to live in Sicily; and then Sonny gets slaughter, and Don Corleone go back to his home. After a few years, Michael came back to America and continues the business. And they end up by assassination of all the other Five Families; Don Corleone dies, and Michael Corleone becomes the new Godfathers. (Cuizon ,2008)
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