2002: GANGS OF NEW YORK, Scorsese's Decades-in-the-Making Epic


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What makes a masterpiece?

Mike is joined in studio this episode by special guest co-host Joey Santos (Ask Flagler), to break down director Martin Scorsese's 2002 American immigration-revenge-crime-history (phew) epic, "Gangs of New York," starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Leonardo DiCaprio, which earned a whopping 10 Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Writing and Best Actor.

Plus, you'll never guess who Scorsese initially wanted to play Bill the Butcher.


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