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Within the based-on-real-life-events drama The Offer, the streaming platform offers viewers the chance to study in regards to the making of The Godfather, as advised by Hollywood producer Albert S. Ruddy (Miles Teller). The collection particulars the obstacles the filmmakers needed to overcome to get the film to the large display screen, with mafiosos and studio execs opposing the undertaking.
For the mafia, they believed the movie would replicate poorly on Italians and the studio merely thought it could be a boring film. However Ruddy had an even bigger imaginative and prescient for The Godfather, bringing on director Francis Ford Coppola, who the producer describes as “somebody who understands Italians.”
As a tried and true Italian, Coppola, performed by Dan Fogler, understands the nuance behind seemingly benign moments. “We’ve got to place this within the image,” Coppola says as he cooks within the kitchen, to which Ruddy asks, “A scene about gangsters arguing over sauce?”
“No,” Coppola replies. “A scene about household arguing over sauce.”