As you know I watched The Godfather yesterday. Grant watched it also and then he watched Godfather II. He’s a much better critic than I am and later he explained the difference between Don Corleone and Micheal Corleone. The old don worked out problems — at least much of the time — through diplomacy and negotiation. Michael, to use Grant’s phrase, “eliminates” problems. That pretty much means he kills anyone who crosses him. By the end of the second movie, Michael, who started out so innocent, is a monster. You never would want to cross him. The Godfather movies are his downfall, his tragedy.