Gangs of New York: Look at 19th-Century America
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Gangs of New York: Look at 19th-Century America

Gangs of New York is a prize beast from Martin Scorsese, depicting an aggressive portrayal of the city of New York in the shadow of late 19th century American history. Our story mirrors the turning points in American history to the aftermath of the 1863 Gettysburg Civil War. The film focuses on the New York-centered reign of the gangs who took advantage of the authority wars created by the North-South economic instability that followed the war. Although the scenario is politically based on such a base; The main issue is the ‘father’ that the son of Amsterdam Vallon (Leonardo Di Caprio), who grew up with the virtuous principles of the Father ‘Priest’ Vallon (Liam Neeson), will take from ‘The Butcher’ (Daniel Day Lewis), the ruler of New York City, the grand gangster. is on revenge. At the same time, the suspicious stance of Jenny (Cameron Diaz), the worldly beauty who enters the life of Amsterdam, questioning her whole case and blows her mind, will further complicate the story. The film was nominated for 106 awards, each of which is the most important in the world, and wiped out 44 of them. The cast, on the other hand, consisted of important stars under the leadership of master Daniel Day Lewis. The script of the movie; Written by screenwriter Steven Zaillian, who mathematized very high-level works such as Schindler’s List (1993), American Gangster (2007), The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011), Hannibal (2001). The director of photography is Michael Ballhaus, who was nominated for 3 Oscars.

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