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Scorsese by Ebert

Scorsese by Ebert

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by Roger Ebert

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Roger Ebert wrote the first film review that director Martin Scorsese ever received—for 1967’s I Call First, later renamed Who’s That Knocking at My Door—creating a lasting bond that made him one of Scorsese’s most appreciative and perceptive commentators. Scorsese by Ebert offers the first record of

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This account of the movies of Martin Scorcese keeps the interest of any reader who is interested in the ins and outs of movie-making as well as those who just love these movies and this incredible director. Who better to evaluate the art created by this Scorcese than this Movie Critic? Ebert's analysis of the motivations behind Scorsese, his reminders of the great shots and scenes, the insight into the detailed and street-trained mind behind these really captures the readers' imagination...putting them center stage....as do Scorsese's movies. The Introduction by Scorsese was a delight...even his refusal to be worthy of so much credit....which, of course he is. This book has broadened my movie-watching experience and made it even more enjoyable. I am so looking forward to Scorsese's use of scenes, lighting and DiCaprio's dramatic looks in Shelter Island and being able to see it through new eyes!
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