Marco Pio Mucci's comic-work consists of three tables that reproduce some scenes from the film “The Godfather”, a 1972 cinematic masterpiece signed by director Francis Ford Coppola. The subject of the drawings is Michael Corleone, a member of a Sicilian family considered one of the most powerful mafia organizations in post-war New York. Mike on the death of his father Don Vito will become the new godfather at the head of the criminal empire of the Corleone family. In Mucci's drawings the protagonist is portrayed in some “poetic moments” that show the human side of him, now involved in amorous situations now while he confesses at an old age with a priest. The artist focuses on the figure of the gangster to suggest a general reflection on the man of the past anchored to some values, such as faith and love, which today are being lost.