The Cuban “entertainer” known as ” Superman ” was a real individual who appeared in various night clubs and casinos from the late 40s until Castro came to power. Superman , for lack of a better euphemism, was a “live sex performer.” He was an incredibly well endowed man, incredibly.
A fictionalized Superman also appears as a character in the Godfather Part II, during a pivotal scene in which Michael Corleone , played by Al Pacino , learns of his brother Fredo’s betrayal of the family. During the scene, Superman appears on stage wearing a large red cape.
Filming . The Godfather Part II was shot between October 1, 1973 and June 19, 1974. The scenes that took place in Cuba were shot in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Fredo later betrays Michael after being approached by Johnny Ola (Dominic Chianese), an associate of rival gangster Hyman Roth (Lee Strasberg). Ola and Roth tell Fredo that Michael is being particularly difficult in business negotiations between Roth’s organization and the Corleone family.
One of the major themes of “The Godfather 2” is Michael’s transition from a kind man to a hardened, business-like criminal. Therefore, his treatment of Fredo by this time is “strictly business”. Fredo has to be considered a threat to the Corleones after his betrayal, which is why Michael has him killed .
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Godfather III suffers from a lot of unintentional self-parody, cringeworthy ’80s zeitgeist (since the bulk of its work occurred in the ’80s), and loses touch with the naturalistic character logic that the first two films epitomized.
The ending was about Michael’s transformation into the cold monster he is after Fredo’s murder and about how he destroyed the family, becoming everything he didn’t want. We’re given that scene to reinforce how terrible and bleak things are for Michael, despite all the power he’s consolidated. Yes that’s right.