Italian writer Roberto Saviano, the author of Gomorrah, speaks for the very first time of his love and passion for Brian De Palma's Scarface, the movie that be considered inspirational for Gomorrah.

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Italian writer Roberto Saviano, the author of Gomorrah, speaks for the very first time of his love and passion for Brian De Palma's Scarface, the movie that can be considered inspirational for Gomorrah. Saviano openly tells why Scarface can be considered a modern gospel for international crime organizations and why, at the same time, authors, directors and writers must face evil in order to tell truthful and meaningful stories. Written by Pressbook

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The original idea for this documentary was to interview Roberto Saviano for an extra of the International edition of Scarface. The supposed 15 minute interview lasted more than 1.5 hours so Director and Writer Marco Spagnoli decided to develop it to a standalone documentary. See more »

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References Scarface (1932) See more »

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