The audience is quiet, all eyes transfixed. Michael slicks back his hair, strides out of a bathroom stall, and not two minutes later Virgil and McCluskey lay dead on the floor of Louis’ Restaurant.
Michael pulls the trigger, audiences gasp, The Godfather cements its place amongst cinema’s greats, and so begins an obsession with a bygone era of drug lords, fedoras, and the idolised life of the mob boss. “And the rest”, as one might say, “is history.”
Available in Issue #114 of PC PowerPlay Magazine