From The Iliad to The Irishman — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE

The Irishman is in many ways Scorsese’s saddest film. Its central tragic conflict centers on people who, while engaged in violent and heady power struggles throughout their lives, prove wholly incapable of managing basic human relationships and living through the utter ordinariness of life. Scorsese lays the blame for Hoffa’s downfall upon his haughty and […]

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