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    “The World is Yours”. Seen throughout Scarface, it is a mantra that carries Tony Montana from refugee to drug lord and inevitably to his demise. That journey is one that indulges in luxury and violence and this exudes from many of scenes. A deep and gluttonous red is a critical, visual consistency within Tony’s environment.
    It reminds us that however comfortable or aspirational the life of a 1980s Miami drug baron may appear, there is a deadly energy that forever lingers around the characters. In the final scene, this is inescapable, a huge shootout in a grand and classical mansion, the interior totally immersed in red, a bloodbath.

    As a drug lord, this indulgent lifestyle must be insisted upon, so we see it everywhere. The sets are as glamorous and meticulously decorated as Michelle Pfeiffer herself.
    Open, white spaces and modern design combined with surrealistic furniture and art pieces. In 1980s Miami, this level of escapism can only be afforded to those with the status.

    170mn - Crime - 9 December 1983 (USA)

    • Director: Brian De Palma
    • Writers: Oliver Stone
    • Copyrights: Universal pictures.
    • Set designers: Bruce Weintraub & Geoff Hubbard,
    • Cast: Al Pacino (Tony Montana), Steven Bauer (Manny Ribera), Michelle Pfeiffer (Elvira Hancock), Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio (Gina Montana) & More
    • Frank's bubble-chair
    • Frank's Side Lamp