It has been over 30 years since Scarface hit the big screen and Tony Montaña, played by Al Pacino, is still a cultural icon. Set in 1980’s Miami, the cult classic chronicles Tony’s turbulent journey from lowly Cuban immigrant to gold-spangled gangster to self-destructive drug kingpin.
The movie ends with Tony facedown and motionless in the ornate fountain in the foyer of his mansion. His body is riddled with bullets, and the water in the fountain turns to red as the camera pans up to the base of a Greek statue. The inscription at its base reads, “The world is yours.” [keep reading]