How Did Martin Scorsese Survive The 1980s? (Part 1)

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Dive into the captivating journey of legendary filmmaker Martin Scorsese in my latest video, as I chronicle his remarkable rise to fame during the transformative era of New Hollywood in the 1970s.

Uncover the dynamic cultural shifts that defined the Second Wave of the New Hollywood movement and witness how Scorsese quickly became known for his grit, grim, and realist filmmaking style. From the stellar success of “Mean Streets” to the nightmarish greatness of “Taxi Driver” join me on a comprehensive exploration of the director’s creative evolution and influence on the industry.

Scorsese would pay a heavy price for his vision – First with “New York New York” and then with “The King Of Comedy”. Explore the highs and lows of a risky yet innovative take on filmmaking and how the director struggled to find his ground even when helming Academy Award-nominated features. Discover the impact of the film on Scorsese’s career and its reception within the industry.

Join me on this cinematic journey through the 1970s and early 1980s, the New Hollywood movement, and the transformative legacy of Martin Scorsese. Subscribe, like, and hit the notification bell to stay updated on our exploration of the fascinating world of filmmaking and its iconic figures.


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0:00 – Intro
0:57 – Italian American Trilogy
1:56 – “New Hollywood” – Phase II
3:42 – Martin Scorsese – The Artist
6:24 – The New York Auteur
11:11 – If You Can’t Make It There
13:43 – The Bearish Bull
17:06 – Outro

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