In the late Spring of 1970, nationwide protests against the war in Vietnam focused in the Wall Street area of New York City and ultimately in a major anti-war demonstration in Washington, ... See full summary »
Film-maker Martin Scorsese looks back over the impact of The Statue of Liberty on the twentieth century, her evolution and what she meant to people of the past and what she continues to mean after September eleventh, 2001.
Martin Scorsese interviews his mother and father about their life in New York City and the family history back in Sicily. These are two people who have lived together for a long time and ... See full summary »
Now middle-aged, mobster Murray looks back at his humble beginnings as a bootlegger and his rise to becoming wealthy and highly influential. Through it he talks about how much of his ... See full summary »
This concert took place at Madison Square Garden, shortly after the 9/11 attacks. Highlights include "New York State Of Mind" by Billy Joel, "Won't Get Fooled Again" by the Who, "I Want Love" by Elton John, and "Freedom" by Paul McCartney.
A writer named Algernon (but called Harry by his friends) buys a picture of a boat on a lake, and his obsession with it renders normal life impossible. He attempts to function again by ... See full summary »
This comes highly recommended by me if you liked "The Last Temptation Of Christ" and want to see a little of what it was like to work on the movie. I'm guessing this is a very honest representation.
Even if you firmly disagree with what "Temptation" is trying to say about Jesus and the duality of his divinity and humanity, but are willing to appreciate it as a technically well made motion picture, I would advise you to at least rent the Criterion DVD of the movie to see "Location Production Footage".
Martin Scorsese carries around a VHS camera and records glimpses of working on location to get "Temptation" completed. He beats the sun and stretches his budget.
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