Rewatching for my The Complete Pacino list.
This might just be the perfect Pacino performance. Conflicted, contained, controlling.
Some of the images in this are just stunning. An exquisitely constructed story with enough visual and narrative call back to the first in the trilogy, but stands strongly on its own too.
(If you haven’t already seen it, you may like to see my Location Review when I visited ‘Corleone’ a few years ago.)
PS, this is one of my all-time favourite clips from the movie: