The Irishman

Frank Sheeran (Robert De Niro), better known as The Irishman, is a mafia hitman who is credited with more than 25 murders related to the underworld. At the end of his life, Sheeran claimed to have been involved in the murder of Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino), the powerful head of the truck drivers union. Hoffa disappeared on July 30, 1975 and was not legally declared dead until July 30, 1982. His murder is still unknown and is one of the most famous unsolved mysteries in US history.
This biographical film about the mafia based on real events is directed by Martin Scorsese (Silence, The Wolf of Wall Street) and written by Steven Zaillian (The Night Of, Millennium: Men who did not love women), from from the book Jimmy Hoffa. Case Closed by Charles Brandt. The film’s cast is made up of Robert De Niro (Joker, Joy), Al Pacino (Once upon a time in … Hollywood, Phil Spector), Harvey Keitel (Youth, The Great Budapest Hotel), Joe Pesci (The Good Shepherd, A Bronx Story), Anna Paquin (The Secret of Bees, True Blood), Ray Romano (Paddleton, The Great Sickness of Love), Jesse Plemons (The Vice of Power, The Pentagon Archives) Stephen Graham (Rocketman, Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge), Jack Huston (The Romanovs, Ben-Hur) and Bobby Cannavale (Angie Tribeca, Ant-Man and the Wasp).

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