- Running time175 minutes
- DirectorFrancis Ford Coppola
- CastAl Pacino, Marlon Brando
By almost any criterion the most important American film of the 1970s, THE GODFATHER transforms a doorstop of pulp-fiction into an epic account of the ineradicable penetration of American life and institutions by organised crime.
A subversive saga of family values, the film is grounded in a sure sense of period and dramatises a particular historical moment: when a younger Mafia generation followed political, economic and cultural trends and transferred the focus of operations to the West Coast.
Superbly crafted, with Marlon Brando in the role that marked one of the greatest of comebacks, alongside a star-making performance from Al Pacino.
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