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Shooting the Mafia

Shooting the Mafia is a movie starring Letizia Battaglia. Italian photographer Letizia Battaglia spends her career documenting the life and crimes of the Mafia.

Other Titles
Medziojant mafija, Ustrzelić mafię, Letizia Battaglia - Shooting the Mafia, La fotógrafa de la mafia, Fotografando a máfia
Running Time
1 hours 34 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Biography
Kim Longinotto
Letizia Battaglia
Ireland, USA
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Sicilian Letizia Battaglia began a lifelong battle with the Mafia when she first pointed her camera at a brutally slain victim. Documenting the Cosa Nostra's barbaric rule, she bore unflinching witness to their crimes. Her photographs, art, and bravery helped bring an end to a shocking reign of slaughter.

Comments about documentary «Shooting the Mafia» (16)

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Billy W.

I just saw this movie at the Mises Institute, and it was an excellent introduction to the Austrian political system. I recommend it to anyone who wants to know about the Austrian state. The movie was very well done, and the people interviewed are all very knowledgeable. The movie covers the whole history of the Austrian state, and tells the story of the Austrian people through the events leading up to World War I, and the post-war period. I also recommend it to anyone who is interested in the Austrian history, or is a fan of Austrian movies. I'm sure that it will be enjoyed by anyone.

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Larry Edwards

The movie itself had its share of issues, and the execution was less than stellar. If you are not a long time movie goer, then I think you will find the movie somewhat bland. It is a slightly downer to say, but I would not say it is "spoiled". It is a "friendly" "conversation" between an American and a person from a crime syndicate. I understand that a lot of American's don't get a good idea of the mafia. However, if you watch the movie, you will know who is who and what they do. You will see that the protagonist's mother is a strong woman, and the protagonist is not the typical type of guy who kicks the butts of anyone who he feels has been a threat to him. However, it is not a "heart-breaking" or anything. You might see a "lose yourself" moment, but you will not get to enjoy it. As a "conversation" between two individuals, it would have been better, and the movie would be much more interesting and informative. I saw this movie as a "family friendly" movie, so it may be that there was something lost from it. Also, if you are in the mood to see a "conversation", I would say that you might like the movie.

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I watched this movie for a co-ed shooting team in the mid 80s. The director really set out to do a documentary, but it was too personal and difficult to pull off the story of the team. It was a fine movie that did an excellent job at showing the conflicts, the highs and lows, the camaraderie and the teamwork that made the team great. The director, Ken Burns, did a great job of not making it overly dramatic. He gave the movie a feel of a documentary and it wasn't as if the story was a non-issue. Overall, the movie was really good. There are some parts of the movie that were very sad and I don't think that that would be a good thing for a movie to do, but overall I think that the movie was very entertaining and I recommend it.

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George Butler

The last two years have seen a lot of movies about the mafia. "Goodfellas" is one of them, but "Casino" is also an important film. It deals with the same subject, but with a different view. In this film, the mafia is not the main focus, but rather the inner struggle of the people involved. It is not a Hollywood film, but a documentary, and that is what makes it so important. "Casino" tells the story of the mob from the perspective of a small group of people in the Mafia, which is different from the "goodfellas" film. I do not like to compare these two films, but it is the case that the mafia is one of the most powerful and powerful organisations in the world, and it is something that cannot be ignored. The director is a young Italian filmmaker who makes very interesting documentaries. I would recommend this film for all those who are interested in the mafia and its history.

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Emily V.

Shooting the Mafia is a documentary film that has the power to shift your perception of the current law enforcement industry. The film opens with a clip of undercover narcotics agents meeting their targets and to this day, the film's humor relies on the investigation's real-life subjects, who almost always have some other mission in the drug world. In the movie's first hour, we see undercover officers enter a daily fight to the death. Most of the time, the fight was only a few minutes long, but when it was over, the participants were tired and cold. But when the agents were caught, they showed up like gangsters for the night and started a fight in their own private living rooms. To the agents, the drug cartels were only fighting to get their cocaine, but as one agent explains, they didn't kill anyone to get the drugs. As this initial part of the film is basically a story about the law enforcement community's strange fascination with drugs, shooting the mafia portrays a more focused group. It shows a veteran drug investigator's experience in the drug world, and also his occasional bout with the underworld that ultimately pushed him out of the field and into the documentary film industry. However, in the last two-thirds of the film, the film takes a somewhat different approach, as the movie focuses on the situation of a single drug cartel, and how that cartel is attempting to take over the Mexican drug trade and get rich off the business. It's interesting to watch the real-life subjects of the film, such as the Mexican cartels, compare how the Mexican cartels have reacted to the film's findings. The film also doesn't shy away from describing the problems that the Mexican cartels are facing, and how the film doesn't blame them for the problems they face. We hear some of their criticisms, and the film depicts how the cartel is trying to convince themselves that the world they live in is worse than the ones they face on the street. It shows them going through meetings to try to convince themselves that the world is as bad as the cartels face in the streets. One of the cartel's most vocal critics is a drug dealer known as "El Terro", who spoke of the Mexican cartels' unhappiness with the film's findings. When the film reveals the names of these cartel members, the cartel members' reaction is a mixture of anger and indignation, and they blame the film for ruining their lives and their lives of the cartel. The film also portrays the Mexican cartels' idea of patriotism, which is to be an important part of the drug trade. But when the film finally revealed the names of the cartel members, the cartel's vision of patriotism is just that: patriotism. They weren't fighting for their country, but to make a lot of money off drugs. But then, as the cartel members try to tell the other cartel members, they were fighting for their country, and now they need to fight for the drugs. To some people, this might seem like a

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For a movie like this, you really don't have much choice. It's a relatively short film, and the characters are all pretty basic and stereotyped, so it's impossible to make a deep commentary on the history of organized crime. It's a simple, shallow story about a family, but it's a good story. It's about the family's struggle with the Vietnam War, and how the family's dilemma ultimately leads to the family's decision to get involved with the mob. That's the film's main goal, and it's a good one. It's about the father, his brother, and the three women who help them. They're all interesting, but the focus is mainly on the dad, who was an addict and also was a father figure to the younger women. He was quite the inspiration for the younger women, and his story is one that they all wanted to tell. The focus is on his mother, who was a single mother and played a big part in the family's struggles. She was the only one who could relate to her family's struggle with the Vietnam War. She was also a strong woman, who took on the role of a role model and leader. As the story ends, there's a poignant scene where she explains the reasons for her decision to get involved with the mob. It's a really good scene, and it's what made the ending more moving than the rest of the film. The filmmakers were not trying to make a political statement or preach to the audience, but instead were simply trying to tell a story. The director, Alex Gibney, is no stranger to making documentaries, and his work here is nothing short of excellent. It's not a great documentary, but it's an interesting one, and it's worth a watch. I'd say it's worth seeing on TV, but you'll probably be more interested in seeing it on the big screen. It's a good film that's worth watching, even if it's not the best of its kind. It's about an interesting family, and I think it's a really good one.

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Thomas G.

This documentary is about the movie "Shooting the Mafia", starring Robert De Niro, who was asked by the FBI to make a documentary about the Mafia. This documentary was a success in it's time, and it's popularity reached it's peak in the 1980's. The thing that made this documentary interesting was that it included an interview with one of the members of the Mafia, played by Robert De Niro. There was a lot of insight into the history of the Mafia, and there was some of the information was not available to the general public, but it was a lot of information that was not common knowledge. I had a chance to see this documentary when it was originally released, and I thought it was a very interesting documentary that I found interesting and interesting. I thought it was a very interesting documentary that I would recommend to anyone.

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Evelyn Freeman

It's rare that I'll see a movie that is actually better than the summary on IMDb. So this one is worth seeing. It's not a true story. However, the movie is informative and very well done. It's also worth noting that it does not paint the whole picture of the mafia. There are many movies about the mafia that paint a full picture. I personally think this movie is more about the other side of the story. The other side of the story is what we are not told in the movie. I believe it is important to see both sides of the story. It's also important to see this movie as a whole. It's good to know that the mafia is not just about the killing. There is a bigger picture. It's a good movie to see if you're interested in seeing the mafia. I hope you will enjoy this movie.

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This film is just one of the many I've watched over the years, but I think it's by far the best. I believe it shows how a small band of criminals can be the life of a small town. In a small town, they have little to no competition and their mission is to get rich, by any means necessary. This film is excellent in showing how the Mafia got started, how it evolved into what it is today, and how they can become as big as they want to be. I have not seen this movie for a while, but I was extremely interested in watching it when I saw it on Netflix. It is very informative, showing you what it is like to be a member of the Mafia. It also shows how they got started, and shows how they got to where they are today. This film is also very informative about how to stay alive in a small town. The acting in this film is also very good, especially Johnny Depp. I think this film is very good for any fan of the Mafia. If you are a fan of the Mafia, this film is highly recommended. I give it an 8/10.

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Timothy P.

From what I've heard, when the Chicago mob made the gun deals with the feds, they were a little worried that the feds might try to bust them, but it turned out that the feds had no problem busting them. In fact, it is safe to say that the mafia have gotten a lot of bad press and reputation. But, this documentary shows that it is a very powerful force, and the people who are associated with the mafia are very much involved in the criminal world. The story of how they made millions of dollars from gun deals was really interesting, and the director was able to show the money trail that the mafia goes on. It was very fascinating to see how the mafia organized, how they made money, and how they manipulated the FBI. The director was able to show how the Mafia can get the word out about how they make money, and it was very interesting to see how the FBI would try to stop them. Overall, it was a very good documentary, and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in the mafia, or wants to learn more about it.

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Janet P.

I love this film, and I was really surprised to see it getting so much criticism. But I think the film itself is quite good. It is not a documentary, but a very well-made film, and one of the best I have seen. It is about the rise and fall of organized crime in America. The film starts in 1968, and we see how organized crime got started. The film is not perfect, but it is an important and very important film. It shows that organized crime did not come out of nowhere, and that the US organized crime industry was already well developed by the early 1960s. I think the reason that organized crime took over and dominated the US from the early 1960s to the early 1980s is that the US organized crime industry had the funds, the connections, and the political support to carry out the operations. The problem was that organized crime had never existed before that point, and they did not have the money to finance their operations. In the beginning of the film, we see a film critic who compares organized crime to a train wreck. The film critic is John A. Burns, and he says that organized crime is like a train wreck, and that organized crime does not have to be a major problem. Organized crime is like a train wreck, and it is going to take over. I think that is an accurate description of organized crime in America. It was a major problem, and it is still a problem. But this film shows that organized crime did not start out of nowhere, and it did not have to be like that. I think this film is good, and I think it is very important. I recommend this film to anyone.

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Albert Jimenez

This documentary is about the activities of a small town in New York state during the summer of 1968. It is remarkable how quickly the director and his crew managed to tell their story, and how the city fell apart during this time period. There was a great sense of personal loss and the people of the town, particularly the police officers, expressed it to us in their eyes. The film makes the point that it was not so much the crime itself, but how the town was surrounded by it, and that the police did nothing to stop it. I also think this documentary will open a discussion about the actions of the police during this time period. This is a great film, but not for everyone. If you want a more factual depiction of the events in New York during this period, I would suggest the 1972 film The Vietnam War, but if you want a better representation of what happened during this time period, I would suggest this film.

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I enjoyed the movie. It is an entertaining film. However, I have to say that there was a bit much of time spent on the "fakes" of those who were killed. And of course, the stories of the "good" folks who survived. They all seemed like they were very comfortable with their jobs, and who cares if they were the best cops and all that? Who cared that they were the best of the best in the world? If you want to see a good, realistic movie about the cold war, see "Platoon." But if you want to see a movie about the era, go see "Day of the Dead." I give the movie an 8.5/10.

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Walter Snyder

This movie was, as I stated in my summary, very good. The footage was wonderful. It was a good mix of current events and old footage from the late 1950s. It had a mixture of good interviews with the former G-men and good old archival footage. The movie was a bit long, but it kept my attention. There were a few times that I thought the editing was a bit off. The movie did, however, include a great deal of interesting background information and commentary from various people involved with the G-men. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in the G-men and their actions in the 60s. I gave it a 7 out of 10. It is worth seeing.

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Debra Lee

I saw this documentary last night at the Georgia Museum of Art. The subject matter is not really news. It has been discussed in the news and has been the subject of numerous books and other sources. However, I think the documentary really does the subject justice. In the wake of the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., and the riots that followed, I have never seen a documentary that captured the essence of what went on in those neighborhoods and also how that affected the families. This documentary did that. In addition, I thought the narration was brilliant. I will never forget the closing narration. The narrator describes how the violence in the neighborhoods affected not only the families, but also the children of the family. It was truly a beautiful documentary. I don't know if this was a part of the production budget or just money that was allocated to the production, but I am sure that it was well-done. I would recommend this documentary to anyone. It will make you think and it will make you want to see it again. I highly recommend it.

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Andrew Cunningham

I saw this movie recently and it is really good. For me the most important part was the behind the scenes filming of the FBI. I think the movie is really good, and you should go see it. I think that the main reason why it is so good is because of the actors. Christopher Walken, who is the main character of the movie, has done a great job, he is a great actor and his performance is really great. The second part of the movie is really great because it shows what happened to him when he was in the FBI, I think that the audience should see the story of how he got into the FBI and what happened. Overall, I really recommend this movie to everyone, it is really good.