The Sopranos | Analysing One Of The Greatest Scenes In The Show #1Vote
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The Sopranos is a classic mob drama which follows the life of New Jersey mob boss Tony Soprano. As a boss, Tony has many underlings working for him – capos, soldiers, associates and his consigliere – and he also has many connections outside of his family, such as the New York Lupertazzi crime family, run by the pragmatic Carmine Sr.
Tony is close friends with Carmine’s underboss Johnny Sack, who’s also a pragmatist. However, Johnny’s weakness is his love for his wife, Ginny Sack, who he loves dearly and never cheats on. When he learns that one of Tony’s captains, Ralph Cifaretto, made a fat joke about Ginny he is infuriated, and storms his way to Carmine, wanting for him to sanction a hit on Ralph. Ralph is in charge of Jersey’s Esplanade construction racket, a highly profitable skim which could get messed up if Ralph was to suddenly disappear.
So let’s take a look and analyse this fantastic scene.
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