"The Irishman" is described as an "epic saga about organized crime in the United States" after World War II, by the gaze of Frank "The Irishman" Sheeran (Robert De Niro), mafia killer responsible for the death of 25 people.
On a journey through organized crime, with its intricacies, rivalries, and political connections, the story spans several decades and recounts one of the greatest mysteries in America: the disappearance of union leader Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino).
It's a long-running Scorsese project that no other Hollywood studio wanted to bet on: the budget has slipped to $ 200 million, making it one of the most expensive films in movie history.
The main reason is the complexity that transpires in the images: the actors were digitally rejuvenated 30 years ago by the ILM company, responsible for the special effects of movies like "Star Wars".
The world premiere will be on September 27, at the opening of the New York Festival. Because of the length, the session kicks off at 3 pm, departing from the usual definition of "debut night" and, IndieWire learns, without a break.
Netflix will release the movie in some theaters starting November 1, but it has not yet been confirmed for screening in Portuguese theaters. The international streaming release will be on November 27th.
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