The Godfather: Part III (1990)

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TitleThe Godfather: Part III
Original TitleThe Godfather Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone
Year1990
CountryUSA
GenreCrime (Movies)
CollectionMafia
FranchiseThe Godfather (1972 - 1990)
Run Time2h 37 min
Director

In 1979, Michael Corleone is approaching 60. Wracked with guilt over his ruthless rise to power, especially for having ordered his brother Fredo Corleone’s murder, he donates millions to charitable causes. Michael and Kay are divorced; their children, Anthony and Mary, live with Kay. At the reception following a papal order induction ceremony in St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral in Michael’s honor, Anthony tells his father that he is leaving law school to become an opera singer. Kay supports his decision, but Michael wants Anthony to complete his law degree first; nevertheless, Michael agrees to let Anthony go his own way. Michael and Kay have an uneasy reunion when Kay reveals that she and Anthony know the truth about Fredo’s death. Vincent Mancini, the illegitimate son of Michael’s long-dead brother Sonny Corleone, arrives at the reception.

Michael’s sister, Connie Corleone, arranges for Vincent to settle a dispute with his rival, Joey Zasa, but Zasa calls Vincent a bastard, and Vincent bites Zasa’s ear. Michael, troubled by Vincent’s fiery temper yet impressed by his loyalty, agrees to include Vincent in the family business. Michael knows that the head of the Vatican Bank, Archbishop Gilday, has accumulated a massive deficit and offers $600M in exchange for shares in Internazionale Immobiliare, an international real estate company, which would make him its largest single shareholder. He makes a tender offer to buy the Vatican’s 25% share in the company, which will give him controlling interest. Immobiliare’s board approves the offer, pending ratification by the Pope.

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Cast:

Al Pacino Al Pacino
Don Michael Corleone
Diane Keaton Diane Keaton
Kay Adams Michelson
Talia Shire Talia Shire
Connie Corleone Rizzi
Andy Garcia Andy Garcia
Vincent Mancini
Eli Wallach Eli Wallach
Don Altobello
Joe Mantegna Joe Mantegna
Joey Zasa
George Hamilton George Hamilton
B.J. Harrison
Bridget Fonda Bridget Fonda
Grace Hamilton
Sofia Coppola Sofia Coppola
Mary Corleone
Raf Vallone Raf Vallone
Cardinal Lamberto
Franc D'Ambrosio Franc D'Ambrosio
Anthony Vito Corleone
Donal Donnelly Donal Donnelly
Archbishop Gilday

In 1979, Michael Corleone is approaching 60. Wracked with guilt over his ruthless rise to power, especially for having ordered his brother Fredo Corleone’s murder, he donates millions to charitable causes. Michael and Kay are divorced; their children, Anthony and Mary, live with Kay. At the reception following a papal order induction ceremony in St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral in Michael’s honor, Anthony tells his father that he is leaving law school to become an opera singer. Kay supports his decision, but Michael wants Anthony to complete his law degree first; nevertheless, Michael agrees to let Anthony go his own way. Michael and Kay have an uneasy reunion when Kay reveals that she and Anthony know the truth about Fredo’s death. Vincent Mancini, the illegitimate son of Michael’s long-dead brother Sonny Corleone, arrives at the reception.

Michael’s sister, Connie Corleone, arranges for Vincent to settle a dispute with his rival, Joey Zasa, but Zasa calls Vincent a bastard, and Vincent bites Zasa’s ear. Michael, troubled by Vincent’s fiery temper yet impressed by his loyalty, agrees to include Vincent in the family business. Michael knows that the head of the Vatican Bank, Archbishop Gilday, has accumulated a massive deficit and offers $600M in exchange for shares in Internazionale Immobiliare, an international real estate company, which would make him its largest single shareholder. He makes a tender offer to buy the Vatican’s 25% share in the company, which will give him controlling interest. Immobiliare’s board approves the offer, pending ratification by the Pope.

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