2º – The Godfather: Part II (Francis Ford Coppola, 1974)Following on from the themes covered by the first feature film, ‘The Godfather Part II’ exposes an even more consistent film than the previous one. It all works here. The decision to separate the story into two different linearities helps to give the plot a dynamic feel. To complete, we still have a masterful performance by Al Pacino at the head of the film.
1º – Criss Cross (Robert Siodmak, 1949)After being released from prison, a man returns to his city to recover his former love. The problem is that the two will continue to get involved in the world of crime, starting a sad journey with no winners after money and power. ‘Criss Cross’ brings the best in cinema noir. A film to see, review and get lost in the new details discovered.