Scorsese’s “Silence” explores mystery of faith

The filmmaker's adaptation of Shusaku Endo's book about Jesuit missionaries has been in the works for decades

The following comes from an Aleteia article by Matthew Becklo: Adapting Silence, a 1966 book about 17th century Jesuit missionaries, has been a passion project percolating in Martin Scorsese’s mind for decades. For a while, it looked like the film would never get done. But with the release of a full cast, a first still, and a brand new essay and storyboard courtesy of The … [Read more...]

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