6:00 PM – ARRIVE
6:30 PM – FILM STARTS
(LONG FILM – STARTING EARLY)
•No Food or Drink •
We have been waiting for this film to come out and we are VERY excited to show it!
The director of the movie is Martin Scorsese, returning to the rich soil that he has tilled and sown before, in “Mean Streets” (1973), “Goodfellas” (1990), “Casino” (1995), “The Departed” (2006), and the opening episode of “Boardwalk Empire,” in 2010. The new film is adapted by Steven Zaillian from a book by Charles Brandt, partly based on conversations with the real Frank Sheeran, who died in 2003, and titled “I Heard You Paint Houses.”
“Patient, composed, and cool to the point of froideur, Martin Scorsese’s latest film, speculating on the fate of Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino), slows the passage of time.” -The New Yorker
Jack Goldsmith is a Harvard law professor who was a key lawyer in the George W. Bush Administration. He is the co-author of a tome on international law, and he has written on government control of the Internet, executive power, and the legal basis of the “war on terror.” So his new book comes as something of a surprise. “In Hoffa’s Shadow” is an account of Goldsmith’s stepfather, Chuckie O’Brien. >> from a NEW YORKER RADIO HOUR show/podcast!! https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/tnyradiohour/segments/jack-goldsmith-jimmy-hoffa-and-also-william-barr