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Все, что вам нужно — это подключение к сети интернет! Смотрите фильмы онлайн в удобное время с высоким качеством. При этом Вы сами можете выбрать, в каком качестве хотите смотреть фильмы. Tom Hagen is a fictional character in Mario Puzo’s novel Godfather and Francis Ford Coppola’s films The Godfather and The Godfather Part II.
He was portrayed by Robert Duvall in the films. Hagen is the informally adopted son of the mafia don Vito Corleone.
He is a qualified lawyer and the consigliere to the Corleone mafia family. Mild-mannered and soft-spoken, he serves as the voice of reason within the family. The novel and first film establish that he is of German-Irish ancestry. Sonny Corleone befriends 11-year-old Tom, who was living on the street after running away from an orphanage.
When Sonny brings Tom home and demands he be taken in, the Corleone family allowed him to stay. Hagen considers Vito his true father, though Vito never formally adopts Tom, believing it disrespectful to Hagen’s deceased parents. After law school, Hagen goes to work in the Corleone «family business». His non-Italian ancestry precludes his formal membership into the mafia family, but when consigliere Genco Abbandando dies, Hagen is given his position.
This results in the other New York families derisively calling the Corleones «The Irish Gang. Though Hagen immerses himself in the Sicilian-American lifestyle, and speaks Sicilian, he has a «non-Italian» physical appearance. His Northern European appearance is advantageous to his work, allowing him to travel and conduct family business openly without potential witnesses remembering him. While Hagen loves all the Corleones, he idolizes Sonny, and blames himself for Sonny’s murder.
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- Michael claims Hagen is not a «war-time» consigliere.
- Hagen is thus restricted to handling the family’s legitimate business.
- The novel and first film portray Hagen aiding Vito and Michael Corleone in warring against the other ruling New York Mafia families.
- In The Godfather Part II, set in the late 1950s, Hagen serves as Michael’s right-hand man during his power struggle with Hyman Roth.
- In The Godfather Part III, set in 1979-1980, he is said to have died some years before in an unspecified manner.
His role in the story between the second and third films, including his death, is portrayed in Mark Winegardner’s sequel novels, The Фильм Returns and Most Godfather’s Revenge. In year the a and film, Hagen is introduced as an important member of the Corleone family. As a child he grew up in a broken family, the son of violent abusive alcoholic. Sonny Corleone finds the orphaned Hagen living on the street and suffering from a bad eye infection.
Sonny takes him home and demands he live with the Corleone family. Vito Corleone becomes a surrogate father to Hagen, but never officially adopts him out of respect for the boy’s father.
In the novel, Hagen asks to work for Vito after graduating from law school, knowing full well that his adoptive father is the most powerful Mafia chief in the nation. Vito is more than willing to take Hagen into his employ, having often said that lawyers can steal more than a A Most Violent Year фильм of gangsters.
Hagen marries an Italian woman, Theresa, with whom he has two sons, Frank and Andrew, and a daughter, Gianna. After longtime consigliere Genco Abbandando is diagnosed with terminal cancer, Hagen becomes consigliere, succeeding to the post formally after Abbandando’s death. Vito is initially reluctant to give Hagen the post full-time, considering that he is not a Sicilian. Johnny Fontane seeks his godfather Vito’s help in securing a movie role that could revitalize his sagging career, Vito dispatches Hagen to Hollywood to persuade Jack Woltz, a big-time movie producer, to cast Johnny in his new war film.
Woltz rebuffs Hagen, but becomes cordial after learning he works for the Corleones. Woltz still refuses to cast Fontane, who slept with one of Woltz’s protégées, but offers to do any other favor for Vito Corleone. Hagen declines, and soon after, Woltz awakens in bed with his prized racing stallion’s severed head planted under the covers, intimidating him into casting Fontane in the film.
Tom arranges a meeting between Vito and drug kingpin Virgil Sollozzo. Sollozzo wants Vito to help finance his narcotics business and provide legal protection and political influence. Tom is commended for discovering that Sollozzo is also collaborating with the Tattaglia Family, a rival to the Corleones. Vito ultimately rejects the deal, however, on the grounds that Vito would lose his influence over the judges and police if they knew he was in the drug trade instead of gambling. Sollozzo has Tom kidnapped off the street.
Sollozzo informs Hagen that Vito has been shot and killed outside his office and Sollozzo wants Hagen to persuade Sonny to make peace and accept his narcotics deal. Hagen says he’ll do his best but warns Sollozzo that Luca Brasi, the Don’s fanatically loyal bodyguard and hitman, will launch a violent reprisal. Unbeknownst to Hagen, Sollozzo and Bruno Tattaglia have murdered Brasi.
The meeting is interrupted when Sollozzo receives word that Vito has survived the shooting, ruining Sollozzo’s original plan. Hagen is allowed to leave unharmed, with Sollozzo telling him to make a deal. Tom meets with Sonny, Michael, and Corleone caporegimes Peter Clemenza and Salvatore Tessio advises that if Vito dies Sonny should agree to Sollozzo’s deal and that the other Mafia families would most likely support Sollozzo to avoid a long, bloody war.
Two fish wrapped in Luca Brasi’s bulletproof vest arrives at the Corleone compound revealing that Brasi has been murdered by Sollozzo. Sonny orders Clemenza to execute Vito’s traitorous bodyguard Paulie Gatto. After Michael stops a second assassination attempt on Vito by Sollozzo, he calls the Corleone compound to warn Sonny. Sonny then orders Bruno Tattaglia, son and underboss of Sollozzo’s ally Philip Tattaglia, to be murdered.
Sollozzo requests a meeting and proposes that Michael to be sent to broker a truce. Sonny, believing it is a trick, refuses and demands that the other Mafia families hand over Sollozzo to the Corleone family or else face war. Sonny agrees and approves the hit. Sonny suggests they violently shoot up the car prior to the meeting but Tom says Sollozzo might not be in the car and Clemenza warns its too dangerous cause Sollozzo will be on alert for a violent reaction from the Corleones.
Michael hides in Sicily and Vito returns home. Tom informs Vito that the police have cracked down on all Mafia operations. Sonny informs Vito that Fredo is being sent to Las Vegas to learn the casino business.
Sonny tells Tom to discover Philip Tattaglia’s hideout but Tom advises against further violence and that Vito can negotiate but Sonny disagrees and insults Tom’s abilities as a wartime consigliere but immediately apologizes. Michael’s girlfriend Kay Adams arrives at the Corleone compound wanting to contact Michael. Tom denies knowledge of Michael’s whereabouts and refuses her letter.
Tom advises she be patient and that Michael will eventually contact her. Connie’s husband, Carlo Rizzi, helps Corleone rival Emilio Barzini set a trap for Sonny when he has a girlfriend call their apartment and a fight ensues during which Carlo savagely beats up a pregnant Connie. Afterward she calls the Corleone compound crying, injured and asking Sonny for help.