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  1. Martin Scorsese, original name Martin Marcantonio Luciano Scorsese, (born November 17, 1942, Queens, New York, U.S.), American filmmaker known for his harsh, often violent depictions of American culture. From the 1970s Scorsese created a body of work that was ambitious, bold, and brilliant. But even his most acclaimed films are demanding, sometimes unpleasantly intense dramas that have enjoyed ...

  2. Films directed by Martin Scorsese. Service. All Films ; Fandango US ; Amazon US ; Amazon Video US ; iTunes US ; Upgrade to a Letterboxd Pro account to add your favorite services to this list—including any service and country pair listed on JustWatch—and to enable one-click filtering by all your favorites.

  3. 08/06/2022 · Several of his films routinely appear on movie fans’ lists of favorites. Critics adore him. A few of his movies have been box-office smashes. Ranking his movies is a tough task, but we decided ...

  4. 04/11/2019 · Many films today are perfect products manufactured for immediate consumption. ... Martin Scorsese is an Academy Award-winning director, writer and producer. His new film is “The Irishman.”

  5. In the film Martin Scorsese examines a selection of his favorite American films grouped according to four different types of directors: the director as storyteller; the director as an illusionist such as D.W. Griffith and F. W. Murnau, who created new editing techniques among other innovations that made the appearance of sound and color possible later on; the director as a smuggler such as ...

  6. 01/07/2022 · While 1995’s Casino works as a companion piece to Goodfellas, Scorsese films also began to have a more specific otherworldly aura, like in the romantic The Age of Innocence and the religious Tibetan biopic Kundun; he then returned to a more hazy, hard-edged spirituality with Bringing Out the Dead, starring Nicolas Cage.

  7. Sin embargo, Scorsese eligió hacer Bringing Out the Dead, Gangs of New York y The Aviator primero. [38] En 2004, Scorsese supuestamente firmó acuerdos para posponer la película con el fin de dirigir The Departed y Shutter Island. En 2011, Scorsese aparentemente accedió a un acuerdo más, retrasando Silencio para dirigir Hugo.