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Teatro Massimo The Godfather: Part III (1990)

** spoiler alert ** Michael Corleone with his family watching his son's performance in historical Sicilian Teatro Massimo. During an assassination attempt on Michael Corleone his daughter Mary is hit. She dies in his arms on the steps of the opera house.


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Tonnara di Scopello Ocean's Twelve (2004)

Rusty Ryan takes Isabel Lahiri to a place where she meets someone she did not expect.


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The ruins of Poggioreale Cinema Paradiso (1988)

The war-damaged streets, through which Toto walks with his distraught mother after they receive confirmation of his father's death.


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Chiesa di Maria Santissima Assunta Cinema Paradiso (1988)

Toto sits on the church's steps thinking about following Alfredo's advice and leave the village to pursue a film career in Rome.


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Maria santissima del lume Cinema Paradiso (1988)

** spoiler alert ** The adult Toto attends the funeral of Alfredo, the old projectionist.


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Piazza Umberto I Cinema Paradiso (1988)

The people pay their last respect to Alfredo, the old projectionist.


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Piazza Umberto I Cinema Paradiso (1988)

Alfredo projects the movie I Pompieri Di Viggiu on the wall of the house on the other site of the square.