WHO’S IN IT?
Al Pacino (The Irishman), Diane Keaton (Something’s Gotta Give), Talia Shire (Rocky), Andy García (Book Club), Eli Wallach (The Magnificent Seven), Joe Mantegna (Forget Paris), George Hamilton (Off Key), Bridget Fonda (Jackie Brown), Sofia Coppola (Rumble Fish), Raf Vallone (Bitter Rice), Franc D’Ambrosio (film debut), Donal Donnelly (Waterloo), Richard Bright (Jaded), Al Martino (The Godfather), Helmut Berger (Adelaide), Don Novello (Blossom), John Savage (The Deer Hunter), Franco Citti (Casotto), Mario Donatone (Sing Sing), Vittorio Duse (Corbari), Enzo Robutti (The Rogues), Michele Russo (Baarìa), Robert Cicchini (Dreamgirls), Rogerio Miranda (Chronicle of a Death Foretold), Carlos Miranda (The Assassination of Trotsky), Vito Antuofermo (Goodfellas)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Francis Ford Coppola (Apocalypse Now), director, writer, producer; Mario Puzo (Superman), writer; Carmine Coppola (The Outsiders), composer; Gordon Willis (Manhattan), cinematographer; Lisa Fruchtman (The Right Stuff), Barry Malkin (Windows) and Walter Murch (The English Patient), editors
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Now in his 60s, Michael Corleone (Pacino) seeks to free himself and his family from the criminal world he has overseen most of his life. He sees a potential successor in the fiery Vincent (Andy García), but it’s a decision that could jeopardise Michael’s plans…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Francis Ford Coppola presents a brand-new edit of his much-criticised trilogy closer The Godfather Part III in time for its 30th anniversary, and it may cause some critics to re-evaluate its importance in the overall Corleone crime saga.
WHEN’S IT OUT?
SATURDAY 5TH DECEMBER 2020 (IN CINEMAS)