In Alberto Lattuada's brilliant dark comedy Mafioso, auto-factory foreman Nino (Alberto Sordi) takes his proper, modern wife (Norma Bengell) and two blonde daughters from industrial Milan to antiquated, rural Sicily to visit his family and get back in touch with his roots. But Antonio gets more than he bargained for when he discovers some harsh truths about his ancestors-and himself. One of the first Italian films to look frankly at the Mafia, Lattuada's devastatingly funny character study is equal parts culture-clash farce and existential nightmare.
A 1996 interview with director Alberto Lattuada by filmmaker Daniele Luchetti
New interviews with the director's wife, actress Carla Del Poggio (Variety Lights), and son Alessandro Lattuada
Trailers for the original Italian release and the 2007 U.S. rerelease
Gallery of promotional caricatures by artist Keiko Kimura