The Irishman Script

Director:Martin Scorsese
Written by:Steven Zaillian (Screenplay), Charles Brandt (Book)

Script Synopsis:Pennsylvania, 1956. Frank Sheeran, a war veteran of Irish origin who works as a truck driver, accidentally meets mobster Russell Bufalino. Once Frank becomes his trusted man, Bufalino sends him to Chicago with the task of helping Jimmy Hoffa, a powerful union leader related to organized crime, with whom Frank will maintain a close friendship for nearly twenty years.

Silence Script

Director:Martin Scorsese
Written by:Martin Scorsese (Screenplay), Shûsaku Endô (Novel), Jay Cocks (Screenplay), Martin Scorsese (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Two Jesuit priests, Sebastião Rodrigues and Francis Garrpe, travel to seventeenth century Japan which has, under the Tokugawa shogunate, banned Catholicism and almost all foreign contact. There they witness the persecution of Japanese Christians at the hands of their own government which wishes to purge Japan of all western influence. Eventually the priests separate and Rodrigues travels the countryside, wondering why God remains silent while His children suffer.

The Last Waltz Script

Director:Martin Scorsese
Written by:Mardik Martin (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Martin Scorsese's rockumentary intertwines footage from "The Band's" incredible farewell tour with probing backstage interviews and featured performances by Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Ringo Starr and other rock legends.

The Wolf of Wall Street Script

Director:Martin Scorsese
Written by:Terence Winter (Screenplay), Jordan Belfort (Novel)

Script Synopsis:A New York stockbroker refuses to cooperate in a large securities fraud case involving corruption on Wall Street, corporate banking world and mob infiltration. Based on Jordan Belfort's autobiography.

New York New York Script

Director:Martin Scorsese
Written by:Earl Mac Rauch (Screenplay), Mardik Martin (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:An egotistical saxophone player and a young singer meet on V-J Day and embark upon a strained and rocky romance, even as their careers begin a long uphill climb.


Director:Martin Scorsese
Written by:John Logan (Screenplay), Brian Selznick (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Hugo is an orphan boy living in the walls of a train station in 1930s Paris. He learned to fix clocks and other gadgets from his father and uncle which he puts to use keeping the train station clocks running. The only thing that he has left that connects him to his dead father is an automaton (mechanical man) that doesn't work without a special key which Hugo needs to find to unlock the secret he believes it contains. On his adventures, he meets with a shopkeeper, George Melies, who works in the train station and his adventure-seeking god-daughter. Hugo finds that they have a surprising connection to his father and the automaton, and he discovers it unlocks some memories the old man has buried inside regarding his past.

Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

Director:Martin Scorsese
Written by:Robert Getchell (Writer)

Script Synopsis:A recently widowed woman on the road with her precocious young son determined to make a new life for herself as a singer.

Who’s That Knocking at My Door

Director:Martin Scorsese
Written by:Martin Scorsese (Screenstory), Martin Scorsese (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:J.R. is a typical Italian-American on the streets of New York. When he gets involved with a local girl, he decides to get married and settle down, but when he learns that she was once raped, he cannot handle it. More explicitly linked with Catholic guilt that Scorsese's later work, we see what happens to J.R. when his religious guilt catches up with him.

The Last Temptation of Christ

Director:Martin Scorsese
Written by:Nikos Kazantzakis (Novel), Paul Schrader (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Jesus (Willem Dafoe), a humble Judean carpenter beginning to see that he is the son of God, is drawn into revolutionary action against the Roman occupiers by Judas (Harvey Keitel) -- despite his protestations that love, not violence, is the path to salvation. The burden of being the savior of mankind torments Jesus throughout his life, leading him to doubt. As he is put to death on the cross, Jesus is tempted by visions of an ordinary life married to Mary Magdalene (Barbara Hershey).

The King of Comedy

Director:Martin Scorsese
Written by:Paul D. Zimmerman (Author), Paul D. Zimmerman (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:The King of Comedy is a bitterly evil satire of show business. Rupert Pupkins is obsessed with becoming famous so he aims at kidnapping one of the best in the business, Jerry Langford.