Martin Scorsese Laments "Young People's" Understanding of Cinema, Shoots Down Question on Lack of Female Characters

Martin Scorsese Laments
Martin Scorsese presented his new film The Irishman at the Rome Film Fest on Monday along with producer Emma Tillinger Koskoff as the festival's centerpiece event. The film, which details one of the most famous mob hits in history, that of Jimmy Hoffa, stars Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci.

Scorsese described The Irishman as a film about "mortality and the unraveling of a life," and "the immediate human experience" that he hopes anyone could relate to.

The director also expanded on widely publicized comments in which he criticized theaters for throwing most of their weight behind ...
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