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Annotated Godfather: The Complete Screenplay with Commentary on Every Scene, Interviews, and Little-Known Facts Paperback – August 1, 2009
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Let me start by looking at the design of the book itself. It's paperback, but it's very nice quality. The pages are easy to flip through without moving through multiple at once, and the flashy red design of the outside cover would make it a good piece to put on a table or shelf as decoration. However, when buying, take note that the book is quite large. It was a bit surprising when I first received it.
Of course, the book design isn't that important here, the book is. The book has not only the script, but pictures from the film and little text boxes to either side of it, making it quite an interesting thing to look at. The pictures are mainly in little clusters, and they are both in color and black and white. There's information about the shooting of the movie, problems in production, and even profiles of the actors, and the overall time and effort this book shows is enough to make it essential for any Godfather fan.
In conclusion, if you buy a different book or find the screenplay online, you just aren't going to receive the detail and general beauty that this book has. The pictures, tidbits, and everything else pulls you in and makes you feel like a part of the process, not just an outside observer. Though you have many options for finding this screenplay, this is the most captivating, and because of that, I believe it deserves five stars.
One suggestion. Watch the film again and then read this book. Everything will seem fresh.