“When I was younger, we had a big family. And now, there’s no one, no family left.”
My favorite movie is the Godfather, Francis Copula. There is a sense of family in that movie. Sitting down for dinner on Sundays, like we used to when I was young. My grandmother used to make a big bowl of macaroni, the family would come together, and all we’d do is eat. She was a lovely person, my gradma, but she was killing me, he laughs. I have diabetes, but back then, we didn’t know. Lasagna, macaroni and meatballs, the Italian food. . .
Or the wedding scene with the big family. I connect with this part of the movie. When I was younger, we had a big family. And now, there’s no one, no family left.
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