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“Mafia Inc”: Based on true events of Canada’s most infamous crime clan, even the DVD cover scares the shit out of us

Hey, we’re from New York. We had relatives who lived in Da Bronx, Sicily, Rome. We’ve seen crime. And we are not being stereotypical. We are being truthful, and we no longer worry about cement shows.
Then we saw Mafia Inc. Gulp. Even the DVD cover scares the shit out of us. The film is based on true events of Canada’s most infamous crime clan. No sugar-coated fake blood stuff here.

1994. Frank Paterno (played by Sergio Castellitto), a Montreal mafia boss, hopes to legitimize his criminal operations by investing $180 million in an ambitious bridge project that would connect Sicily with southern Italy. First, however, he has to recover the necessary funds from his Greek creditor. Frank entrusts this mission to his protégé Vincent (Marc-André Grondin), the son of tailor Henri Gamache (Marc-André Grondin), who has been dressing the Paternos for three generations. But after Vincent executes a ruthless plan to smuggle millions in drugs out of Venezuela, his reprehensible tactics ignite a war between the two families.