After Al Pacino appeared in 1972, in a Godfather movie then appears as Montana in Scarface. Scarface portrays personal crimes as linked to laziness, conflict, and lack of self-esteem, the desire to get into drugs and the inability to be happy.
Scarface is not one of those films in which the characters each have their labels and behave exactly as we expect them to. DiPalma and his author, Oliver Stone, have created specific and engaging scenes in their film so that there is no stereotype, and we see ordinary people doing crime.
Al Pacino does not characterize Montana as a character but portrays Montana as someone we know as Montana scarily with logical motives. Do we not all want to be rich and powerful; to have a heartfelt relationship and to live in a magnificent mansion and to have our food prepared by a loyal servant? Of course … now you’re thinking about it, too.
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