Bringing Out the Dead (1999) Movie Review
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We are living in the AGE OF CAGE and finally the world is waking up, surely we are close to a Keanufication of this living deity. This one is a real treat - arguably the most un-watched Martin Scorcese film since Goodfellas, his last with writer Paul Schrader (Taxi Driver/Raging Bull) and a link to the later man's recent First Reformed. It's also the only post 1980's art film Scorcese has made. Plus this heartbreaking look at the people who look after us, barely holding it together feels even more relevant in COVID times. A still underappreciated near masterpiece.
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