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’s Theological Adviser on the Movie’s Controversial Ending
“This isn’t the fake spirituality of ‘If you believe in God, everything turns out great.’”
How Did Adam Driver Become a Movie Star?
both out now, Driver has become one of our most versatile, and effective, male actors.
52 Films That Got a PR Bump From the Vatican
From the rigorously devout to the, uh, Pokémon.
Is a Challenging Saga of Faith and Martyrdom
The director is attempting to make you see things as no one has before: with pity, terror, and — maybe hardest of all to induce — a gnawing ambivalence.
The Academy determined the films did not have a “substantial body of music.”
Scorsese Is Torn About
’s Missionary Work
The director called it “a wound that has yet to heal.”
The (Longish) Short Version of Why
Took Three Decades to Make
The story behind the wait.
Critics Are in Rapture Over Scorsese’s
The Jesuit priests, however, have not yet given a hot take.
Martin Scorsese to Meet With Pope Francis
Ahead of his film’s Vatican premiere.
Premiering at Vatican
Hallowed be thy Scorsese.
Watch the Trailer for Martin Scorsese’s
Holy hell, being a Jesuit priest in 17th-century Japan is intense.
commitment to a bit
Garfield and Driver Went Full Priest in
“Andrew got to the point where he could out-Jesuit a Jesuit.”
Will Come Out This Year After All
It’s about Jesuit missionaries in Japan.
Martin Scorsese Giving Benicio Del Toro and Daniel Day-Lewis the
Plus, Julian Schnabel’s been busy.