the films of martin scorsese


Ben Kiser said...

I watched this tribute before watching many Scorsese movies and I have found it much more fulfilling after watching more. Thanks! It was a great tribute to a great director. You do good work.

Anonymous said...

Good stuff. I liked the use of all the great quotes during the 'Layla' bit.

Anonymous said...

this is my favorite tribute yet.you are very talented.you should post this on vimeo.

Unknown said...

This is completely amazing, as good as watching a Scorsese movie.

A. Soto said...

Is there anyway I can download this video? My computer is too crappy to play stream, but this seems awesome!

Unknown said...

I've watched this tribute so many times it's ridiculous. Any time I'm in a bad mood, I go straight to this and I instantly feel better. This is, without a doubt in my mind, the best tribute to any filmmaker I have ever seen! Thank you.

Urke said...

This is fantastic! Are you gonna make some new tribute soon? I would like to see tribute to Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's movies, and David Lean movies if it's possible. Thanx, you are great.

Jacob Spickelmire said...

As everyone knows, this is your best tribute. Which is saying... A LOT. This one seems to have the most energy and effort put into it. The Layla bit at the end of the video is truly extraordinary.

Digital Chutzpah! said...

Songs in order of apperance:

The Rolling Stones - Gimme Shelter

Eric Clapton - It's in that way that you use it

Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy

The Beach Boys - Sail On, Sailor

Jackson Browne - Late for the Sky

Dropkick Murphys - Shipping Up to Boston

Peter Gabriel - Signal to Noise (Instrumental)

Derek & The Dominos - Layla (Piano Exit)

Unknown said...

Hello there,

I just want to say that this video meant a lot to me. I remember watching this abt 6 years back and felt that this was the best martin Scorsese tribute I've ever watched. Fast forward to now, and my sentiment remains the same.

You've succinctly managed to capture the essence and vibe of a Scorsese film without going overboard like most amateur tribute videos. Just a question, do you happen to have a HD version of this video. A link or somewhat? Much appreciated.

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