Imagine if the Godfather was a chef…
Vincenzo’s Plate has re-invented the Godfather Opening Scene by injecting a new theme into the infamous first scene – FOOD! Furthermore, Vincenzo’s Plate puts a new spin on the real reason Bonasera seeks revenge for his daughter by playing Don Corleone, and it’s nothing short of foodie genius.
Moreover, if you’re a food lover and a fan of the movie, you’ll be green with envy for not having thought of this first. You’ll be yearning not only to be a part of the remake but also to taste the scrumptious food featured in the scene.
It’s impossible not to be impressed by Vincenzo’s Plate’s comical parody, and you might even want to kneel and kiss his hand for his creativity. The big question is, would you like to see more?
Check out The FoodFather’s hysterical scene and let us know in the comments if you’re excited about the possibility of watching the entire movie!
This production of “The FoodFather” was directed by Nathan Bender, with the screenplay written by Vincenzo Prosperi. The film was produced by Suzanne Prosperi and Vincenzo Prosperi and edited by Nathan Bender. The cinematography was done by Renee Giles and Mason Grady, while Grant Campbell was in charge of sound. Lastly, Stella Roditis was responsible for makeup, and Mason Grady handled the visual effects.
The cast of The FoodFather includes Vincenzo Prosperi as Don Vincenzo. David Villanti as Bonasera. Keith Thomas as Consigliere. And Ashur De Euphrates as Sonny. These talented actors brought their characters to life in the promotional video with their outstanding performances. Moreover, the chemistry between the actors adds to the comedic and foodie genius of the film. Additionally, making it an enjoyable experience for all viewers.
Music: Il Padrino (Speak Softly Love) by Nino Rota
Determined to teach the world one video recipe at a time, the focus is on cooking. Additionally, impress friends, family, and yourself with mouth-watering Italian recipes right out of your kitchen. All while having a laugh (and a glass of vino!) – no need to be a professional chef.