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Why Scorsese is Brillliant...

December 13th, 2007 (07:48 pm)

Found this in Ebert's AnswerMan column, but it's apparently been making the rounds for about a week. He describes it as follows:

Scorsese begins with three pages purported to be from a lost Hitchcock screenplay (with a page missing), and re-creates them in the style of the Master. Yes, he uncannily captures Hitchcock's visual style, pace, tension and the sound of a Bernard Herrmann score.
Just... wow.


He's reportedly looking into a documentary about George Harrison. There are few people I'd trust with that; but he's one of them (especially since he would've been the perfect age when the Beatles hit it big).