Ken Russell on The Godfather: Part III

"The director has his daughter in it. What’s his name? Coppola, yeah. And she’s the ugliest girl you’ve ever seen - not her fault, but she shouldn’t be exposed in close-ups. And at the end there’s this scene where they’re watching Cavalleria Rusticana and everyone starts killing everyone else, and then the Godfather comes out with the director’s boring daughter, who’s bored everyone to death by not being able to act or even walk properly, and suddenly she’s blown apart with a shotgun and everyone in the audience shouts ‘Hooray!’ Now that was good. I wouldn’t have got that in my sitting room. That was worth turning out and paying good money to go to the cinema for."

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