The Godfather was regarded as the second best films of all time after the Shaw-shank Redemption. The Godfather employs a classic Italian-American mafia crime family in New York and Nevada. Vito Corleone as the founder of the Corleone crime family. An immigrant from Sicily who witnessed both his parents shot by a different don.
The Godfather Trilogy was released in 1992, in which the films are fundamentally in chronological order. The Godfather Family: A Look Inside was a 73-minute documentary released in 1991. Directed by Jeff Warner, the film featured some behind the scenes content from all three films, interviews with the actors, and screen tests.