New York Mafia boss Don Vito Corleone is struggling to control his underworld empire. As he seeks greater control, his actions cause a ripple-effect of destruction to those closest to him. And, while the mobsters in Mario Puzo's classic will murder at any cost, their emotions and tendencies are hauntingly humanistic.
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