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Tle Italy in the 1950s through movies to the man whose increasingly encyclopedic knowledge of film shaped his ambitions and art Scorsese reveals which films are most autobiographical and which have been forays into unknown territory in content or aesthetics He talks about his lesser known movies those already considered classics his documentaries and his influences He explains his personal style the close attention he pays to detail and his attraction to genre films And he discusses what being a lifelong student of film has taught him about acting directing music and camerawork among many other topics The result is a vivid i. This book opened a whole new world of cinema for me I will now look for viewing each one of Scorsese movies And repeat watching the ones I saw already to understand the nuances that he speaks about Great book for any film aficianado and for a would be one too

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Mmensely enlightening history of modern Hollywood seen through the eyes of one intrepid filmmaker We see audiences’ expectations tested by what Scorsese was willing to put on the screen in explorations of prostitution institutionalized violence and religion We see the unavoidable frustrations and exhilarating rewards of filming live concerts for The Band and at Woodstock And we see many of the rewarding artistic and personal relationships of Scorsese’s career including collaborations with Robert De Niro Harvey Keitel Jack Nicholson and Leonardo DiCaprio An invaluable appreciation of one of our most admired film directors. One of those books you want to never end It brings you a deep view on Scorsese s motivations desires and interests on movie making making his movies even amazing Electing Judges unavoidable frustrations and exhilarating rewards of filming live concerts for The Band and at Woodstock And we see many of the rewarding artistic and personal relationships of Scorsese’s career including collaborations with Robert De Niro Harvey Keitel Jack Nicholson and Leonardo DiCaprio An invaluable appreciation of one of our most admired film directors. One of those books you want to never end It brings you a deep view on Scorsese s motivations desires and interests on movie making making his movies even amazing

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Mean Streets Taxi Driver Raging Bull The Last Temptation of Christ Kundun The Departed The Aviator Shutter Island these are just a few of the critically acclaimed films startling experimental works and spectacular commercial blockbusters with which Martin Scorsese has forever enriched American cinema Here is a rare and wonderfully insightful chance to experience all of these films and the history and process of moviemaking in general through the words and wit of the master director Richard Schickel’s canny and intelligent interviews guide us through Scorsese’s life and work from the child who escaped the realities of Lit. My original notes on the book will suffice as a review of the whole


10 thoughts on “Conversations with Scorsese

  1. says:

    What is it about Martin Scorsese that makes film critics want to be his Best Friend Forever?Roger Ebert wrote a book length appreciation in 2008 about how he and Scorsese are just like that Now Time veteran Richard Schickel’s weighs in with this chatfest opening with the words “We are an odd couple Marty and I”Is it because so much of a critic’s life has been spent reviewing Scorsese’s films? Or becau

  2. says:

    If you have heard Scorsese interviewed for documentaries then you have a pretty good idea the depth in which he can talk about film The book talks about all of his movies up until 2011 as well as his childhood in Little Italy and how that prepared him for a career in film When they talk about other people's movies they nearly always agree on their uality Marty however has seen movies that even Schickel missed

  3. says:

    My original notes on the book will suffice as a review of the whole

  4. says:

    A fascinating look at the life and career of Scorsese The strongest aspects of this book are the chapters that deal with individual films and t

  5. says:

    The phrase a must read gets tossed around plenty but never before have I read a book composed of interviews with a filmmaker that approaches this books richness the vast cinema canon that is Scorsese's head tricks for filmmakers behind the scenes avoiding gossip for focused cinema analysis and interesting bits ab

  6. says:

    This book opened a whole new world of cinema for me I will now look for viewing each one of Scorsese movies And re

  7. says:

    One of those books you want to never end It brings you a deep view on Scorsese's motivations desires and interests on mov

  8. says:

    400 pages of Scorsese digressions It's fun to read though he's the ideal guy for a book like this He's a great artist He's had a long

  9. says:

    He makes the best fucking films x2If I ever meet him I'm gonna grab his fuckin' neckAnd just shake himAnd say thank you thank you for makin'Such excellent fuckin' moviesThen I'd twist his nose all the way the fuck aroundAnd then rip off one of his ears and throw itLike a like a like a fuckin' FrisbeeI wanna chew his fuckin' lips offAnd grab his head and suck out one of his eyesAnd chew on it and spit it out in his face

  10. says:

    As someone who enjoys reading as much as I do I also love movies and this book really piued my interest Reading this book was like a master class in movies and film from one of the most influential directors of our

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