Daniel Kinahan: why we’re all part of the same hypocrisy

A seminal moment in Coppola’s classic sequel, The Godfather II, is the scene where a freshly installed Godfather of the Corleone Gamily, Michael Corleone, is confronted by a corrupt senator at his sister Connie’s lavish wedding.

The senator is all smiles in front of Michael Corleone’s family when he arrives for a sit down in the latter’s office. Soon after, the two…

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