Personal View site logo

Watch: When Martin Scorsese Plays God

A video essay examines the divine presence in Martin Scorsese's movies. Martin Scorsese has grappled with theology for decades. His recently released Silence, 30 years in the making, can be seen as a cinematic manifestation of the director's struggle with spiritual identity; the film deals with religious doubt, raising questions about the nature of faith. “The weight of your silence is terrible,” Rodrigues, the main character, whispers to God, a line that encapsulates the entire film—and Scorsese's central dilemma. Read More...

read more...

Published By: NoFilmSchool - Wednesday, 11 January

Search News