• 1962
  • 1 HR 39 MIN
  • NR
  • Comedy, Crime

Resurrected in 2007 to an enthusiastic reception at the 44th Annual New York Film Festival, Alberto Lattuada's mordant 1962 black comedy about a successful auto-factory foreman who gets entangled in his Sicilian roots is a small comic masterpiece that dares to deal with that of which many Sicilians dare not speak: the Mafia. After years of nonstop more

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(Movie Clip) Opening, Fiat
Absorbing opening sequence from Alberto Lattuada's crime comedy Mafioso, 1964, shot on location at a Fiat plant in Milan where star Alberto Sordi is a (more…)
(Movie Clip) Don Vincenzo
Antonio (Alberto Sordi), visiting with wife (Norma Benguell) and kids from Milan, finally gets his audience with Don Vincenzo (Ugo Attanasio) in his S (more…)
(Movie Clip) Sicilians
Eager to leave for his vacation back home in Sicily, factory foreman Badalamenti (Alberto Sordi) is summoned to see Dr. Zanchi (Armando Thine), who se (more…)
(Movie Clip) Sunny And Carefree Isle
On the ferry then arrived in his hometown, Antonio (Alberto Sordi) can't wait to show the Milanese wife (Norma Benguell) and kids the glories of Sicil (more…)

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