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20 February 2013

Hollywood

The film makers insist that their product has no effect on crime.

They're forgetting something.

Gangster films in the 20's and 30's and The Godfather had a noticeable effect on the Mafia.

They began dressing like the film characters and adopted the mannerisms from those roles.

One wonders what else changed that was depicted on screen that was added to their repertoire.

1 comment:

  1. I've heard that after they saw it done on screen, a lot of "gangstas" started holding their handguns sideways to shoot them. Which makes them a lot less accurate.

    Fine by me.

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