What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that, like the previous Godfather movies, The Godfather: Part III has isolated, yet intensely violent scenes spread throughout the movie. The majority of the film is discussion of strategy involving illegal activity and family drama. There is also a sexual relationship between cousins.
- Families can talk about Michael Corleone's decision to leave his life of organized crime that resultantly held many negative consequences for himself and his family. This plot point can be used to discuss real life criminals, not only gangsters, who try to go clean. Questions families can ask include: What are some of the problems people face who are trying to quit criminal behavior? What kinds of support do people need in order to resist committing crimes?