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Brian de Palma's 1983 crime saga, "Scarface" was simultaneously greeted with derision and applause by critics. Some saw the almost three-hour story of Al Pacino's modern-day Al Capone as over-long and over-violent, while others greeted it as a stylish modern take on the traditional gangster movie. Tracing the film's origins from Oliver Stone's script back to a 1932 Howard Hawks' film of the same title and a novel before that, "The Making of Scarface" also assesses its impact on twenty-plus years on and reconstructs the painstaking creation of what its admirers consider no less than a contemporary classic epic proportions.
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