Scarface “The Interrogation” scene analysis

For the movie Scarface Featuring an early Al Pacino as Tony Montana his journey starts with being shipped to the United States for “The freedom” or a better life definitely.

What’s really quite interesting is in his customs screening they ask him personally what he has to offer and he straight up tells them, “I had no opportunity, I tried to buy some cash to give myself some freedom from eating the octopus and wearing communist shoes” they then throw him out for “being a criminal” which is quite ironic seeing as he came from a dumper. Does this actually accurately represent Tony Montana? Where he says I got the scar as a kid. . Later becoming Scarface.

You should see the other kid

Quite accurate a scene if I say so myself 👏😏

-Lewis