Al Capone, 47, after 10 years in prison, begins to suffer from dementia and is haunted by his violent past.
I like mobster movies, not necessarily the violent ones, but the ones that try to give us a picture of what the Mafia meant to the history of America and Europe. But this film seems to me poorly made, atypical for what I expected it to be, a wild script, which in essence does not say much other than what can be expressed in two – three sentences regarding the death of Al Capone and the last days of his life. For me it was a waste of time, I looked out of curiosity to see how it ends. Too bad the subject was generous. I don’t know what’s going on, but it’s as if Hollywood no longer has screenwriters in the true sense of the word.