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Title: **Orange Juice** (The Godfather)

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Subject: Music and Movies
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Date: November 24, 2000
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Michael's injury transitions his speech and he begins to speak like his father- his power becomes obvious. At the baptism of Connie and Carlo's son, the film cuts to show the murders Michael has ordered. The patriarchs of the "five families". The final montage artfully suggests that the murders and baptism occur simultaneously...

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The patriarchs of the "five families". The final montage artfully suggests that the murders and baptism occur simultaneously. The church ceremony-subdued, quiet, and Godly- a stark contrast against the bloody images in between. The perfect mix of family and business- only family and business should not be mixed? "Seemless transitions between good and evil...

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