New York Film Review: Everything About Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Irishman’- One of the Most Loved Movies of the Festival

The epic-crime drama of 2019 from the director of ‘The Wolf Of The Wall Street’, ‘Goodfellas’, Martin Scorsese ‘The Irishman’ waved its flag at the 57th New York Festival this Friday.

Soon after its premiere, The Irishman has become the talk of the town. The film loaded with evergreen stars Robert De Niro, Al Pachino, Joe Pesci, Harvey Keitel and written by Steven Zaillian. The Scorsese’s film which is three-and-a-half-hours long received a green flag from the critics and called a masterpiece. It has received plaudits for its direction, technical aspects, direction, and the performance of all the rising-aged stars.

The Irishman is based on the real-life memoir of Jimmy Hoffa written by Charles Brandt. The story is of Frank Sheeran (played by Robert Niro) a WWII veteran and a hitman who linked with infamous Bufalino crime family. Frank Sheeran works for the Italian Mob and closely associated with Russell Bufalino ( Joe Pesci) the Mafia boss. Later came Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pachino) in the story, the head of the powerful labor union in the US who join Sheeran’s company and become his friend.

The movie rambles around crime, guilt, loyalty, families in Scorsese’s style. The movie background soundtrack alive the scene back from the 90s. The Scorsese’s The Irishman involves flashbacks in flashbacks where De Niro takes back into the flashback of his life and also actors could be seen de-aged in flashbacks. Making Niro ship-shaped young is not a bad effort of Scorsese. Although, the de-aged fellas’ performance is robust in the whole movie.

Martin Scorsese’s heavy budget movie of 14 crores will be streamed digitally for the audience on Netflix on 27 November 2019.