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Scarface The Story of A Man With a Dream You wanna play rough Say hello to my little friend- Tony Montana aka Scarface Scarface was directed by Brian de Palma and starred Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer along with many others This movie chronicles the life of a Cuban refuge who came to America in May 1980 when Fidel Castro opened the harbor at Mariel Bay Cuba with the apparent intention of letting some of his people join their families in America As the movies opening introduction explains it soon became obvious that Castro was doing a little more than sending for the scum of Cuba to come to America Of the 125000 Cubans who came to America that year an estimated 25000 had criminal backgrounds Antonio Montana Al Pacino was one of those criminals who came to America from Cuba and successfully set up his own kingdom of cocaine wealth and greed The viewer first sees Tony being interviewed by the police regarding his background Hes asked about the scar that stretches from his eyebrow down to his cheek He answers all of their questions and is sent off to a quarantine camp along with his long- time friend Manny Steven Bauer After murdering a man in the camp as a favor for a Mafia kingpin named Frank Robert Loggia the two buddies are given green cards and released from the camp Eventually they land another job for Frank as their wealth and greed begin to grow Ever time we see Tony Montana he is a bit better off Better clothes better means of transportation He visits his mother at her small home in Miami to show how his fortune He tries to give her money but she says that people like him give bad names to the hard-working Cubans like herself who have come to America and work legitimately for a living However Tonys sister Gina Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio has a different opinion
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