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Context and dialog imply that back in Cuba, Tony was in prison for crime, while his mother and sister were law-abiding citizens -- but were not in the good graces of the Castro establishment because of Tony's late father's anti-Castro work. (For example, when first seeing him, Tony's mother snidely says to him "No postcards from jail?" Also, Tony mentions ...


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The answer is No! Omar was not an informant. Sosa killed Omar because he knew if he let Omar go back to Miami that him and Frank would never make the deal. He could tell that Omar knew Frank wouldn't be interested in a deal that big. But he knew Tony would be and that if he sent Tony back alone that the deal would most likely get done. If not, he would kill ...


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I do not think that Omar was an informant. I think that Sosa sensed that Omar was not behind the plan for a big deal where Tony was. Therefore, he killed the source of resistance and sent Tony, who was all for the deal, back to Frank to try to make it happen. It was similar to the scene in The Godfather where Sollotzo pitched the idea of the Corleone's ...


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It is not shown, nor implied in the movie whether Omar really was an informant. However, given the situation, the logical answer to the question seems to me to be yes. If Omar really was an informant, would Frank really have known about it? Of course not! Frank's denial or reply that Sosa was lying had more to do with his anger at that moment. Tony had just ...



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