MARTIN SCORSESE’S MEAN STREETS
July & August at the Trylon and Heights
Scorsese grew up in an observant Catholic home in Manhattan’s dangerous Little Italy, escaping his tough environment by going to the movies. These six films, often violent and often humorous, are profound and personal examinations of the director’s New York City.
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Past Films in this Series
(1985, 35mm, 97m) w/Griffin Dunne, Rosanna Arquette, Teri Garr. A mild-mannered word processor (Dunne) who works in uptown Manhattan heads to Soho for a date with Marcy (Arquette). New York foils him at every turn along the way in Scorsese’s black-comedy triumph. See more at Perisphere. FRI/SAT/MON/TUE 7:00 9:15 SUN 3:00 5:15 7:30See More
A Trylon Roadshow at the Heights (1973, 35mm, 112m) w/Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel, David Proval. Widely regarded as the first true "Scorsese" picture, Mean Streets launched the careers of De Niro and Keitel. When his reckless best friend, Johnny Boy (De Niro), pushes a gangster too far, Charlie (Keitel) finds himself torn between helping the friend and living up to his Catholic values. $12 7:30See More
A Trylon Roadshow at the Heights (1976, DCP, 114m) w/Robert De Niro, Jodie Foster, Cybill Shepherd. De Niro is riveting as Travis Bickle, a dangerous and disturbed vigilante. Shot during a New York heat wave and garbage strike, Taxi Driver captures the look, feel, and utter despair of Manhattan life in the 1970s. $10 7:30See More
A Trylon Roadshow at the Heights (1990, DCP, 146m) w/Robert De Niro, Ray Liotta, Joe Pesci. One of the supreme mafia movies, Goodfellas focuses on the half-Irish, half-Italian real-life criminal Henry Hill (Liotta). It touches on Scorsese's recurrent subject of the outsider, and examines how crime thrills, edifies, warps, and eventually destroys people. $10 SOLD OUTSee More
A Trylon Roadshow at the Heights (1980, 35mm, 129m) w/Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, Cathy Moriarty. In this brutal tale of boxer Jake LaMotta’s rise and fall, Scorsese doesn’t shy away from the violence inherent in the sport, both inside and outside the ring. Gorgeously shot in black and white and highlighted by De Niro's Oscar-winning performance, Raging Bull is ranked among the greatest of films. $12 7:30See More
A Trylon Roadshow at the Heights (1977, 35mm, 156m) w/Liza Minnelli, Robert De Niro, Lionel Stander. Moving away from the grittiness and violence of his earlier work, Scorsese crafted this gorgeous musical about the early postwar years in his hometown. Featuring De Niro and Minnelli as a jazz musician and singer who fall in and out of love, it is graced by the music of John Kander and Fred Ebb, of Cabaret fame. $12 7:30See More