The Irishman

BBFC RatingThe Irishman

Showing: 08 November 2019 until 14 November 2019 , 15 November 2019 until 16 November 2019 , 18 November 2019 , 20 November 2019

The Irishman
DirectorMartin Scorsese
Running Time3HR 29MINS
SeasonMain Programme

Martin Scorsese’s ninth collaboration with Robert De Niro finds the master filmmaker returning to the genre he has helped define, with a mystery that has never been solved.

Martin Scorsese, the undoubted king of the gangster genre, returns to home territory with this sprawling story of Frank Sheeran, a key figure in the American mafia. Robert De Niro plays Sheeran in his dotage, recalling the key moments in his career, especially the events leading up to the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino).

Using digital de-ageing, the trifecta of Pacino, De Niro and Joe Pesci (out of retirement here for Scorsese) play these complex men at all ages of their lives, from recruitment into the mob to last days. See this brilliant, long-awaited passion project from one of the saints of cinema on the big screen.

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