The actors reflected on the growing popularity of the film, which was met with mixed reviews on its release.
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Old "Scarface" friends said hello again at a 35th anniversary screening Thursday that reunited Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer, Steven Bauer and filmmaker Brian De Palma for an evening full of reflection on how the ferocious and garish gangster epic – like Tony Montana's rise from dishwasher to drug lord – has grown in stature.The "Scarface" event was for a movie De Niro reportedly turned down, and which now lives on as one of Pacino's maximum performances.Penned by Oliver Stone, De Palma's 1983 film was a remake of the Howard Hawks-directed 1932 gangster film of the same name.While filming the final shootout, Pacino recalled burning his hand badly enough to stop shooting for two weeks.
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