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Old 12-14-07, 10:22 AM
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Scorsese/Hitchcock secret project

I can't believe this hasn't already been discussed here, but it didn't show up in searches. So, here it is.

http://www.scorsesefilmfreixenet.com/video_eng.htm
Old 12-14-07, 11:33 AM
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That was cool. I thought the guy in the audience was Joaquin Phoenix, but he wasn't listed in the cast.
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I want my five minutes back.
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Originally Posted by Bobby Shalom
I want my five minutes back.


Yeah, I saw this last week and thought the same thing...
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B-E S-U-R-E T-O D-R-I-N-K Y-O-U-R F-R-I-E-X-E-N-E-T

Friexenet!? A crummy commercial!? Son of a bitch!

All kidding aside, it was a very nice Hitchcock homage.
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I am pretty sure Hitchcock (or maybe Scorsese, but I like Hitchcock) was having one on everybody. I couldn't help but think

1. Get Key
2. Kill Violinist
3. ?????
4. Profit!
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I like Marty because he does commercials.
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You know what's really impressive about this? How you somehow got Scorsese's name wrong even though it's right there in the URL.
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I enjoyed that five minutes. I don't always love Marty's films, but I gotta love the guy himself! Wish he was my film appreciation teacher!
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Kinda weird but I love the old look. Regardless if you liked it or not though...you can't help but love Marty's passion.
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I thought it was neat.
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I liked that alot...

Now they really need to have someone go in and do a film like that...
Old 12-18-07, 08:23 PM
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i wonder if this will end up on his criterion short films set though?
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Originally Posted by Cameron
i wonder if this will end up on his criterion short films set though?
Say what?!? Has this been announced?
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Scorsese makes a Hitchcock film

I have no idea what this is for*, but I found it pretty funny and quite well-made:

http://www.scorsesefilmfreixenet.com/video_eng.htm

It's about 10 minutes long, and best to watch full-screen.

*on second thought, it looks like an ad for the wine that the macguffin turns out to be - at least least they don't beat you over the head with it

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Old 12-21-07, 08:43 PM
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You're about a week late: http://forum.dvdtalk.com/showthread.php?t=520038
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Well, I did do a search - not my fault that thread starter didn't know how to spell Scorsese.

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not sure i have seen official word, but apparently they are putting together something with all his student films and shorts. not sure if the credit card commercial, music videos, etc. will be included

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