'The Godfather' fans will love watching this amazing Tribeca Film Fest panel
There was a moment sometime in 1971 when Al Pacino turned to Diane Keaton on the set of The Godfather and foretold doom.
“We’re gone. It’s over. This is the worst film ever made,” Pacino recalled saying to his on-screen wife.
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The absurdity of Pacino’s pessimistic view becomes especially sharp almost five decades later, when he’s sharing the anecdote from a Tribeca Film Festival stage. The Godfather star looked back on his work in Paramount’s legendary mob movie during a panel discussion alongside other key players at New York City’s annual celebration of filmmakers