The veteran actor shares stories on Coppola, Pacino, and how the third film has found a new audience.
Alas, Francis Ford Coppola’s new cut isn’t going to change any minds.
“I saw the movie in a completely different light,” she says in a new interview.
This behind-the-scenes look at The Godfather comes from Barry Levinson and co-stars Jake Gyllenhaal.
The director promises it to be “a more appropriate conclusion” to The Godfather trilogy.
“We were broke,” acknowledges Coppola in a newly circulated interview.
Renton and Sick Boy aren’t the only veterans who’ve been given a second chance.
Director’s on-set journal includes personal notes and annotated pages from Mario Puzo’s novel.
The Godfather and The Godfather Part II cut together chronologically with additional footage left out of the theatrical screenings.
It’s not personal. It’s just business.