Once Upon a Time in America (1984): A Video Essay On Sergio Leone's Magnum Opus

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Here is my short video essay on Sergio Leone's magnum opus Once Upon a Time in America (1984), starring Robert De Niro, James Woods, and Elizabeth McGovern. 

This video essay highlights why Once Upon a Time in America is the best gangster film ever made that even surpasses Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather (1972) in terms of sheer cinematic brilliance. 

Once Upon a Time in America is an epic saga based on the journey of a bunch of Jewish gangsters starting from their humble childhood in the ghettos of New York to their rise in the world of organized crime. 

Once Upon a Time in America is a testament Sergio Leone's commitment and dedication to the cinematic art form. Here is a masterwork that elevates film viewing to a whole new level. 

Read my detailed analysis of the film at:

Once Upon a Time in America - Video Essay

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