Sunday August 9, 2020

Scorsese takes us to the Island

In Shutter Island, Martin Scorsese’s first dramatic feature since he won Academy Awards and box office esteem with The Departed, he turns Dennis Lehane’s creepy novel of the same name into a dark, intense thriller about madness, trauma and violence a

13th March, 2010

In Shutter Island, Martin Scorsese’s first dramatic feature since he won Academy Awards and box office esteem with The Departed, he turns Dennis Lehane’s creepy novel of the same name into a dark, intense thriller about madness, trauma and violence arranged as an elaborate homage to Hollywood’s less respectable genres.

The prow of a boat emerges from a billow of fog, revealing a pair of grizzled detectives in fedoras,...

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