Martin Scorsese, the king of comedy.
Years in the past, a Tumblr consumer posted an image of a “knock off” shoe bought on-line, with an odd tag that learn, “The Best Mafia Film Ever Made.” Martin Scorsese presents Goncharov. Directed by Domenico Proccacci. A movie by Matteo JWHJ0715. Concerning the Naples mafia.
Scorsese has directed different mafia movies, equivalent to ‘The Irishman’ and ‘Goodfellas’ – however not 1973’s ‘Goncharov’.
Or so everybody thought. The Oscar-winning actor lastly acknowledged his unofficial Mafia masterpiece as web well-known this week.
Chances are you’ll not have heard of “Goncharov”, however he has a attacha theme track and an accompanying online game.
It even has a slogan: “the best mafia film (n) ever made”. The dream star forged contains Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Cybill Shepherd, Gene Hackman and Harvey Keitel.
The movie turned to memorable gold when the photograph of the mysterious shoe tag was reblogged in 2020 with the caption “That fool hasn’t seen Goncharov”.
The official Tumblr account even addressed the film’s reputation in a tweet starting of the week: “Goncharov was inexplicably forward of [its] time and his contribution to cinema is outstanding. Not often has a movie advised so many various but interconnected tales. Onerous to think about that so few folks noticed it.
Articles within the New York Instances and the Guardian adopted. Forbes speculated that the bizarre shoe tag might have misspelled ‘Gomorrah’, the 2008 Italian mob drama from Naples, directed by Matteo Garrone. Scorsese’s identify was used on advertising and marketing supplies on the time.
Dialogue of “Goncharov” has reached such a fever pitch that Scorsese’s daughter, Francesca, addressed the movie Friday on TikTok. The 23-year-old stated she had despatched her father the Instances article on the social media phenomenon, asking if he had seen it.
“Yeah. I made that film years in the past,” Scorsese replied, apparently conscious of the joke.
Scorsese’s latest credit embrace “Character Disaster: One Night time Solely”, “The Everlasting Daughter”, “The Final Film Stars”, “Theodore Roosevelt”, and “Dreaming Partitions: Contained in the Chelsea Resort”.
…and perhaps a reissue of “Goncharov?”
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