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SIT: Back and immerse yourself in the masterful vision of Martin Scorsese.

It’ll come as a surprise to no one that Martin Scorsese’s newest project, Killers of the Flower Moon, is nothing short of a cinematic masterpiece. The true crime epic delves into the haunting and tragic events that gripped the Osage Nation during the early 20th century, ignited by the discovery of oil that swiftly transformed the fortunes of numerous tribes. With a hefty running time of 3.27 hours (buy snacks in bulk), the film examines the roots of injustice and corruption stemming from colonisation in America, all while focusing its narrative on the personal tragedy of couple Mollie and Ernest. Lily Gladstone is captivatingly authentic in her role as the Osage lead, Leonardo DiCaprio ventures into uncharted territory with a compelling portrayal of a slow-witted veteran, and Robert De Niro, as the greedy and sociopathic Uncle Billy, remains as spellbinding as ever. Poignant, brutal and brimming with emotion, the critics are calling it Scorsese’s best yet.

Adapted from David Grann’s non-fiction book of the same name, Killers of the Flower Moon is deeply commitment to authenticity. Throughout the production, the film involved Osage people at every level, from set and costume design to the incorporation of cultural rituals. Notably, the Osage language is featured without subtitles, allowing the emotional performances to speak for themselves. Collaborators like cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto, composer Robbie Robertson and Oscar-winning editor Thelma Schoonmaker contribute their talents to create a work with the swagger of Scorsese’s previous films, while also offering a more measured and immersive experience.

Watch it here.