Thoughts On Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman” (Podcast)

In this podcast we discuss some aspects of Martin Scorsese’s movie The Irishman. This movie seems to divide people into proponents and detractors. I think it is a great film, and very much worth seeing, as long as we approach it from the right perspective.



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One thought on “Thoughts On Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman” (Podcast)

  1. Well I kinda knew you would put the Kennedys in a positive light Quintus. As a fellow Irishman I found the depiction of the Kennedy’s very refreshing to the narrative of the “Saintly” Kennedys that gets constantly beat here in Ireland – “Nothin for Nothin” in the Gangster USA.

    Do you honestly think the Kennedy’s got all that power by being like “Caesar’s wife, above suspicion”?

    I thought Jimmy Hoffa’s reaction to the assassination of JFK to be a brilliant piece of acting.


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