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Scarface – How The Al Pacino Gangster Film Became a Pop Culture Legend

Posted September 12, 2019 Categories 80S, VIDEO, DRAMA, ON FILM, THRILLER, CANADA MEDIA FUND
Scarface – How The Al Pacino Gangster Film Became a Pop Culture Legend

Scarface has become one of the most memorable films of 1983, thanks to Al Pacino's powerful performance, support from other filmmakers like Martin Scorsese, and its adoption by hip hop artists. Alicia Fletcher tells us why she loves Brian De Palma's Scarface, and how the film went from commercial and critical disappointment to pop culture icon.

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