Scarface: True Hollywood Story

We have all heard of the 1983 classic, “Scarface” where Al Pacino plays the role of Tony Montana, a cuban refugee who made his way to Miami, Florida in order to start a new life but quickly becomes caught up in the underworld whilst making a name for himself. This documentary however is about what happened during the making of the feature film, such as the staff receiving death threats directly from those who’s lifestyle the film was shinning a light on.

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  1. This was interesting but it had too many stops for ads.

  2. I’m glad I didn’t have to pay for this. COMMERCIALS were loading every five minutes and as they did the movie kept crashing. I never got to see the damn thing. Thanks anyway.

  3. Wow. What a film, pure drama. I was about 14 when a friend said watch this. I wanted to turn it off. Too much violence for me. But he convinced to watch. He said this is a good movie. When I did the power blew me away. It leaves an impact on you you will never forget. And that world, the drug world is out there with all its violence and harsh realities. Once you realize that it’s showing the tragedy and reality of the violent drug world and the human side of people wanting to be big and the greed that takes them over the barrel, then you can stomach it. But it is not for kids. especially inner city youth who die mercilessly and senselessly trying to act like scarface. Every boy wants to be a gangsta and fight and die for nothing not realizing you have to fight for something of value not just pretending to be a gangsta making people scared of you for nothing. Good thing they didn’t make it over with hip hop music. That’s just too much. But all in all definitely a classic.