Brian De Palma, a director, introduced audiences to “Scarface” crime drama in 1983. This movie was a remake the original 1932 movie. It was loosely inspired by a 1929 novel with the same name by Armitage Path. This novel was inspired by the story Al Capone’s life, an American gangster who became famous during Prohibition and was a respected Chicago crime boss. Antonio Montana, a Cuban exile, arrives in Miami in 1980 to find a lucrative drug lord. Al Pacino plays the role of the actor. Pacino had previously been recognized for playing Michael Corleone in Francis Ford Coppola’s film “The Godfather”. The movie “Scarface” further established Pacino as a star, earning him a nomination for the Golden Globe Awards’ Greatest Actor Award.