The Godfather analysis—The Immaculate Coronation of Michael Corleone

The Godfather analysis—The Pride of The Five Families and Coronation of Michael Corleone. “Revenge is a dish that is served cold” and this film analysis will examine key scenes from the film with the philosophy of Sun Tzu’s The Art of War and other sources.

American war hero Michael Corleone stands at a crossroads when his father, mafia chief Don Corleone, is gunned down by a drug dealer backed by rivals and a corrupt police captain. Michael has to choose a side: America, the country that he has vowed to defend and die for or his father, Don Vito Corleone, known throughout the criminal underworld as The Godfather.

0:00 intro
1:19 Three sons
3:44 Divided house
5:31 Complacency
9:45 Faith
11:57 The Lamb
15:13 Wrath
18:34 Humility
20:05 Death
21:29 Two worlds
24:06 Life.Death.Ressurection
26:59 Payback
29:05 Did you know?

Thanks, for watching my film analysis of Francis Ford Coppola’s 1972 American crime film The Godfather, cowritten by the director and Mario Puzo, and starring Diane Keaton, Robert Duvall, James Caan, Al Pacino, Talia Shire, John Cazale, Abe Vigoda, Al Lettieri, and Marlon Brando in the title role.

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