The Last Godfather

The Last Godfather

Hyung Rae Shim as Young-gu and Harvey Keitel as Don Carini in THE LAST GODFATHER, directed by Hyung Rae Shim. Photo Courtesy of Roadside Attractions.

The Last Godfather

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The Last Godfather (2010/2011)

Opened: 04/01/2011 Limited

AMC Empire 2504/01/2011 - 04/07/20117 days

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Genre: Comedy

Rated: PG-13 for brief sexual humor.


"The Last Godfather" is a coproduction between South Korea and the USA. Famous comedian and film director Hyung Rae Shim returns with his latest Hollywood film, this time a comedy.

In 1951, Don Carini (Harvey Keitel), the mafia's most powerful Godfather, gathers his followers to announce the heir to the family. Each expects to be crowned the next Don, but they hear a shocking story. During his travels in Asia, Don Carini fell in love with an Asian woman who bore him a son. His now adult son, Young-gu (Hyung Rae Shim), is anointed the next boss. Bonfante (Jon Polito), the betrayer in the outfit, wants Young-gu out, and with his minions, relentlessly tries to sabotage his training and take out the aging Don. Will Young-gu overcome each obstacle and rise to become the syndicate's next Godfather?

CJ Entertainment presents a YoungGu Art Production, a film by Hyung Rae Shim, starring Harvey Keitel, Hyung Rae Shim, Michael Rispoli, Jason Mewes, Jocelin Donahue and Jon Polito. Casting by Christine Sheaks, Music by John Lissauer, Costume Design by Graciela Mazon, Edited by Jeff Freeman, A.C.E., Production Design by Cecilia Montiel, Cinematography by Mark Irwin, C.S.C., A.S.C. Co-producers are Kwang Yeon Won and Lorenzo O'Brien; Co-Executive Producers are Katherine Kim and Joon H. Choi; Executive Producer is Miky Lee. Produced by Sung Ho Choi, Dooho Choi and Sang-Moo Lee. Written by Hyung Rae Shim. Directed by Hyung Rae Shim.